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  1. You underestimate Tory party members maybe? Judging by the boos for Iain Dale when he questioned Boris about his private life. Suggests they love their little demagogue still.
  2. There is a small cheerful element in Boris Johnson becoming PM, his incompetence and total lack of plan coming fully into the light during this campaign, his weakness and idiocy and pratfalls on everything from staged photos falling foul of haircuts and weird bus painting hobbies suggests his premiership will be catastrophic, very short and will finally demonstrate that brexit is a no-hope, no plan endeavour. maybe can't underestimate the stupidity of his supporters i guess.
  3. Nevarfeather

    UK Politics: The End of May

    Until his head meets the brick wall of reality in October He will be PM of the Titanic party, for me the only question now is - does he sink the ship with no deal - does he u-turn away from no deal, play dress up and get on a lifeboat of either a ref, a GE or a deal?
  4. Nevarfeather

    UK Politics: The End of May

    Boris knows his Tory members I guess The over 50's membership are in this wealthy tax paying group so he's appealing to them. Seems a gift for these Tories that can actually vote for Trump (oops I mean Boris)
  5. Nevarfeather

    UK Politics: The End of May

    Cheers, that wasn't clear but you're right, as long as they funding rolls in from the likes of Arron Banks I don't seem them giving up either. There is too much money to be made by disaster capitalists like Mogg to give up, after all he's not making any money from his book.
  6. Nevarfeather

    UK Politics: The End of May

    really? people tend not to give up when it comes to protecting their families and losing their rights and peace being threatened. If they put checkpoints on the NI border again i will be the first in line to stop the bulldozers. I think perhaps brexiters underestimated how much remainers, especially those of us born in the EU value our freedoms, value our peace and value our rights. I marched with over a million remainers in London and I will again. I have nothing in common with the aged population of boomers and the 'i'm all right jack' brexiters and their racism. Absolutely nothing. Nobody born this century had a vote on brexit and i will fight to get them a vote on their future.
  7. Nevarfeather

    UK Politics: The End of May

    not really you seem to, have at it, enjoy, all i see is pro-remain winning over pro-brexit, same as local elections, who can say what that means.....who can say...it's all so foggy
  8. Nevarfeather

    UK Politics: The End of May

    oh cool, good to know, i didn't realise the polls predicted a win for pro-remain as I don't pay a lot of attention to polls and all the media coverage seems to be BP BP BP endlessly, I'm honestly so proud of the country for electing more anti-brexit MEPs than pro, I think that's marvellous.
  9. Nevarfeather

    UK Politics: The End of May

    True, after all yougov got the BP very wrong in the EU election poll as they overstated their success when in fact they came in behind the pro-remain vote. If BP supporters clicked lib dem in that poll because they couldn't find the 'other' button then that's kinda funny
  10. Nevarfeather

    UK Politics: The End of May

    Oh i see, youre saying they break the law all the time but we should do nothing about that interesting take what's the difference between a politician and the tobacco industry or a journalist or a civil servant? If the Tobacco industry lied about their product on the side of a bus they would get dragged into court, if a journalist lied about a quote they would face prosecution, if a civil servant lied about a policy they would face the law....none of those can lie without facing consequences, but you think we should just have special case for politicians. like i say that's a really interesting take
  11. Nevarfeather

    UK Politics: The End of May

    So politicians should be above the law? interesting take
  12. Nevarfeather

    All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders

    I really enjoyed it, reminded me of the Night Circus with two powerful characters sort of destined to be together but destroy everything. Also love the concept of a witch and a scientist bringing about the end of the world
  13. Nevarfeather

    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    well that's a nice demo of what a PR team can do for you.... cynical? moi?
  14. Nevarfeather

    Winternight Trillogy - Katherine Arden

    Haven't enjoyed books like these in a long time, I can't be alone, right? The first book The Bear and the Nightingale is a Russian fantasy exploring old magic and new religion clashing in wintery northern forest. It's rich and immersive with a folklore that really bites. The lead characters form bonds and rivalries and outsiders breaking families while old magic seems to grip on this icy world. The Girl in the Tower is an even stronger novel I found. A slightly claustrophobic of the setting of the first novel, where winter confined characters is abandoned now and it opens up into legendary landscapes and the folklore of the first has even bigger consequences. Would heartily recommend and I can't wait for the third book. I haven't loved a lead character like Vasya so much in a long time. If you like themes of folklore, old worlds versus new and very kickass female leads then you might like this.
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    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    I'm willing to believe Baker is just stupid However when it was pointed out to him, why not sincerely apologise? Instead his apology was a sort of 'you guys are all diseased' and 'that's that' - umm no, that's not how to sincerely apologize for being profoundly stupid. So tired to this inability to apologize thing.