Sauron gets a Gas-Ban:
A list describing "all them rules innit" that the EU has foisted on the UK.
Out of 34,105 UK laws, 4,514 were influenced by the EU and *only* 72 were opposed by the UK.
A useful reference, but also a humorous read.
It's a very intricated chapter of our history whose dots joins Mafia and Allied invasion of Sicily, the death of #Falcone and #Borsellino, the raise of Berlusconi and it still have deep consequences on all level of our #Politics, culture and ethics.
Whatever the intentions of the protagonists (whether they were afraid of URSS, just greed for power or both) they sold our collective soul for centuries.
"Nicola should be concentrating all her energies on the independence agenda, where we will never have better circumstances. As far as I am concerned Westminster's Brexit difficulty should be Scotland's opportunity."
"Right now the Westminster political establishment is at its weakest point in my lifetime, while the national movement is in good heart. There is not likely to be a better time to force the issue."
January 20th 2019
Interesting frontpage for today's Sunday Times.
Not so much for the headline, as May has been in meltdown for months. It is the photo the paper has used. Someone has been busy with Photoshop. Theresa May doesn't look like that. Note her eye colour in today's newspaper and compare it with her official photo used in Wikipedia.
I don't think that is a lighting effect. I wonder why they did it.
Guys, wonderful exchange!
@dgold a note: while a careful read of what @clacke said shows you mostly agree, even if you didn't would make your exchange more valuable, not less. For example if was valuable to me because I somehow agree with you both.
Firefly, the budget Malaysian airline caught up in an airspace dispute between Malaysia and Singapore, hopes for a reprieve and get landing slots at Singapore Changi Airport to continue flights.