One for the road

I’ve an early start tomorrow (well early for a Sunday, so before 12), so here’s an article from The Chiefio, just as the EU is about to go tis up, Latin America decide’s it’s an excellent model to follow: “So yeah, some guy selling coconut bras (don’t snicker! I’ve SEEN ‘em!) faces a coconut import tariff for the country next door and pretty soon he’s talking to the guy there who wants to ship him a power tool (also with counter tariff) and they both end up talking to their politicos about a free trade zone. First thing you know, … Continue reading


Democracy, the EU and the MPS

Great minds think a like they say, and also that what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. So after our wonderful elected representatives decided that it wasn’t safe to even discuss holding a referendum about joining the EU. It looks as though we’ll have to take a leaf out of their book, and following the Irish principle just keep asking them again and again. Spotting a passing bandwagon they jump on to be anti the government they’re in, the Limpdems have set up a petition to ask for a referendum again (see linked image), and there’s a … Continue reading

Upcoming EU vote perhaps maybe

Rather late to the press with this but it would appear to be that our wonderful elected MP’s are going to ask the Government if they could perhaps maybe see fit to find sometime next year to consider asking us if we’d like to stay in the EU or not. Or if you’d rather the actual wording (via: Douglas Carswell) This house calls upon the government to introduce a bill in the next session of parliament to provide for the holding of a national referendum on whether the united kingdom:A) should remain a member of the European Union on the … Continue reading