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Hail the Tripod

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  1. I would. Much better that UKIP get recast as a pro-Brexit alternative for traditional Labour voters, than a serious alternative for natural small c conservatives.
  2. I used to go there occasionally around then.
  3. How about a bit of London centric hard acid techno? Star Power - Nothing can save us, London. (Truelove remix) A&E Dept - The Rabbit's name was...
  4. But the next election is not that far away and it's up to the leave voters to reconstitute Parliament then. The Conservatives will be aware there's either a landslide or electoral evisceration, depending on how they handle this.
  5. That's like having the second best hand in poker. Frustrating, but best to let it go.
  6. It could be a good thing, putting a motion before Parliament is absolutely the right thing legally. However, it was unambiguously stated in the Tory manifesto that the referendum result would be considered binding, so any Tory rebels on the vote should be immediately deselected, and a snap election held if there is no longer a working majority. It should be an electoral landslide on that basis. Time to clear out the politicians who don't respect manifesto pledges or the will of the people.
  7. The majority do not need to riot in a democracy. There's a comfortable electoral victory votes in the Brexit voters. And the sheer scale of engagement in the referendum poll means that serious numbers of people consider it the defining issue.
  8. In Russia's case, the somewhat arbitrary sanctions imposed on their use of dollars by the USA has highlighted the need for an alternate monetary base. Not exactly mysterious.
  9. Seeing as the SNP have said they are not going to push for another independence referendum for Scotland, they should push for one for England. I imagine there would be a fair amount of support for ditching Scotland and Northern Ireland (and Wales).
  10. Lefties justify their policy prescriptions simply on the basis of good intention.Righties justify their policy prescriptions with expected outcomes based on false equivalents or cherry picked statistics.
  11. Ever increasing regulation coupled with ever increasing government directed spending. It's a single agenda for both parties, but hardly "free market" agenda.
  12. I hope poor Natalie Bennett doesn't have one of those colds that make you forget policy rather than produce mucus, again.
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