It’s that time again to get the holiday cottage cleaned and ready for the next guests. The departing guests were a man and wife from France and Russia, and lived in London. There was definitely an elephant in the room as they were leaving today, no one wanted to mention the referendum, I certainly can’t, … More Mountains need respect.
Originally posted on Travel Much?:
Welcome to yet another #WeekendCoffeeShare! Today I am welcoming you to Brexit Tea (Formally known as High Tea) – and I stray from the purely joke-part of my weekly Saturday feature. I might be able to sneak in a joke though. If we were having Brexit Tea, you might have…
If we were having coffee, there is no way we couldn’t discuss the shock result, yes for me it was definitely shock, of the referendum result for Britain to leave the EU. I would tell you I was a little scared. I’m hoping it’s just the nervousness of change, we will see it will all … More If we were having coffee.
Voyage As I woke up today and heard the news that my Country has voted to leave the European Union, I’m not going to lie, my stomach leapt. Do we know what we have done? I hear many of the voters to leave are over 45? That again surprises me, they would be the ones … More So Britain, we’re on a voyage.
I was just nipping to the shops down the road, granted I was running a little late as I’d just had a phone call that had set me in a bit of a tither. I arrived at the shop in my car and thoug… Source: How embarassing!
I was just nipping to the shops down the road, granted I was running a little late as I’d just had a phone call that had set me in a bit of a tither. I arrived at the shop in my car and thought I’ll risk it for a biscuit, I’m only going to be … More How embarassing!
Awe I don’t think I experience the emotion of awe on a daily basis, but I certainly recognise it when I do. For me, being in awe of something is that moment that makes you catch your breath and although a fantastic feeling, almost indescribable, it makes you realise what a small part you play … More Awe inspiring views.
If you’ve stumbled across this page it is likely you’ve found something really irritating. It probably isn’t a view that is shared by everyone, but to you it’s big, you know… Source: A place to bin those irritating things!
I thought I’d share this from Liverpool Universities post on facebook. One of the UK’s leading EU law experts criticizes the referendum debate’s “dishonesty on an industrial scale”, as he considers the claims and counter claims from each side. University of Liverpool Law School’s Professor Michael Dougan has spent his career studying EU law as … More Still undecided?
Originally posted on Pride's Purge:
Here it is – the great EU referendum debate featuring two of the finest debaters on opposite sides of the EU argument: Boris Johnson vs Boris Johnson Question Number 1. How necessary or important is it that this referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU takes place? Over to…