Uneducated Northern Cretin
- Jul 15, 2006
It absolutely does mean that.Surely like if people have voted to remain in the UK then that means we're sticking as a single political unit on these kinds of votes.
I'm not sure "unbiased" reporting is possible. Even if you state bald facts, it will be seen as biased by someone. Take your first line above; it works on the assumption that the UK is democratic or accountable to its people, so in leaving the EU you would be somehow be better off. I find that somewhat doubtful.If the EU had remained a trading bloc, and was in anyway democratic or accountable to its people, then I would vote to remain all day every day and twice on Sundays. In the guise it is now, I am less convinced by the day.
But what would be really good, was if there was any way of getting an unbiased breakdown of what it means to stay versus what it means to leave. Sadly everything I've read on it has an agenda one way or the other - some unbiased reporting would be lovely!
OMG! You're a fucking sweaty???It absolutely does mean that.
I am a British Citizen and positively voted to remain one last year.
I will be voting (to remain) in the referendum next year with all my fellow British Citizens in Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland as one nation, despite any rhetoric from the separatists about it being a trigger for another referendum on separatism.
It's empty talk, although I fully expect them to try anyway since it's the only policy they really have
This describes me in 9th grade tbh, except the fact that I was neither a Muslim or a girl... At the timeThe two Muslim girls in my wife's school have gone off the rails, which I find reassuring, graffiting the school toilets, smoking in empty classrooms and bullying a few kids.
Ah the assimilation begins.
Currently, sure, but its early days and its in reaction to Cameron's aparrently failure to negotiate, closer the time comes people will start to think about it more rationally and be more willing to stick to the status quo.I suspect you're right.
I suspect a lot more than around 54% of Britain wants out currently. Even the more right on of our newspapers are starting to suggest it might be a good idea.
That's no way to talk about Her Majesty's Civil Service.To be fair Job, our ultimate leader Mr Juncker (who I don't recall voting for) has said as much.
Must admit I'm struggling to see the argument for staying in currently, as I dint feel entirely comfortable being dictated to by a large unelected organisation. But we'll see. I love Europe, can't be doing with the EU in its current guise however. If it had stayed as a Free Trade Area, then I wouldn't have an issue.