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- Sep 20, 2018
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I made the mistake of reading the comments. I can’t tell how much of those were sarcastic.AS BRITAIN continues to treat Harry Windsor and Meghan Markle's decision to step away from their positions in the Royal Family like it is a pivotal scene in a disaster movie, the British people have …waterfordwhispersnews.com
Most of the commenters recognized it was a satire site, but there are always those people who take the article at face value, and they're funny, too, just in a different way.I made the mistake of reading the comments. I can’t tell how much of those were sarcastic.
The Palace normally stays silent on trivial matters such as Prince Andrew being best mates with a raging paedophile and sex trafficker, but has been in constant contact with the media over the serious business of two people giving up their job of being paid to do nothing.
Just another 16 days, and the amazing deals will start rolling in.Gosh! I'm shocked, I tell you, shocked! Whoever could have seen this coming?
"Take back control" indeed!
Just another 16 days, and the amazing deals will start rolling in.
I also found it very interesting and picked up on a few points, one being.Lengthy and -- to my mind, very interesting -- article in the New Statesman by John Gray, a conservative philosopher for whom I have a great deal of respect, at least when he's writing critiques of Christianity and the enlightenment, though I disagree with a great deal of his social thinking.
Though its origins go back many years, Boris Johnson’s decisive victory in the general election was made possible by the unwillingness of most of the political class to learn the lessons of the 2016 Brexit referendum. Labour has suffered a cataclysmic defeat. The Liberal Democrats have been...www.newstatesman.com
I've only just finished an initial reading of the article and it will take me quite some time to consider his arguments, but people may find his account of contemporary British politics, why Remain failed, and what comes next, both interesting and challenging.
I can see this with the bailout of Flybe.But diverging from the EU also enables government to act in ways that are currently prohibited, such as providing state aid for industry. The EU has long been a neoliberal construction, whereas a hardish Brexit allows a more interventionist mode of capitalism.
I'm not so sure about that. Since we're still members of the EU, I ass,ume that the bailout package is permissible under current EU rules, and will continue to be so at least for the rest of the year.I also found it very interesting and picked up on a few points, one being.
I can see this with the bailout of Flybe.