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Duncan Weldon summarised why that is not so: Though a small group of Lexiters have jumped on the bandwagon as well, with the opposite aim of greater economic collectivism. Utter madness. The less cynical would have realised that forty years in the EU have produced, for enough people, an affinity, identity, and attachment to the rights it offers its citizens, to make Brexit divisive and toxic. For what? All we will be doing is damaging the country, permanently losing our many privileges within the EU, making people poorer, and diminishing our power in the illusion that we are gaining sovereignty. Posted by. An interregnum. Innumerable newspaper opinion columns have indeed attempted to make this case. Threaten peace in Northern Ireland? The visuals of the comparative strengths of the two events would not comfort Leavers. It's attraction is emotional. All Brexit has left is the appeal to belief. It's a bugger to kill. They were marching against democracy, rather than practising it. Now wealthy commentators declared that Remainers are middle class and so are inauthentic, which means that their opinions must be invalid. It would be a disaster. The temptation of a zombie Brexit remains. The march was to demand a second referendum, but an online Parliamentary petition to cancel Brexit altogether by revoking article 50 and remaining in the EU, has gone viral. Make people poorer? The 'will of the people' might not be as clear cut as leavers insisted it was. They claimed the mantle of 'democracy' and used it it to fix the referendum result as the only democratic outcome for all time. Both see the European Union as a constraint. If Brexit happens, it will do so in the teeth of widespread opposition and confront the most surprising event of modern British politics - the rise of a mass, determined, pro-European movement. Leaving is no longer a viable political option. Lexiters jumped on the Tory bandwagon too. Now's time to hammer a stake through its heart. The majority are still bored and baffled, but, as a few dozen devotees followed Farage, up to two million ordinary people gathered from all over the country to march in London to oppose Brexit. Both left and right Leavers were caught up by the myth of Brexit as a working class rebellion to be romanticised in different ways. Fat man porn



On the day of the biggest street protest in history, against a Tory government and in support of official Labour policy, the Leader of the Opposition dodged it and spent the day in Morecambe, grabbing a photo opportunity with the statue of a dead comedian. The temptation of a zombie Brexit remains. Threaten peace in Northern Ireland? It recasts Britain's place in the world as one of vulnerable isolation -sorry Global Britain. The march was to demand a second referendum, but an online Parliamentary petition to cancel Brexit altogether by revoking article 50 and remaining in the EU, has gone viral. The largest demonstration ever has been joined by the largest petition ever. All Brexit has left is the appeal to belief. A cynical politician would have looked at that demonstration and the distribution of signatures on the petition and seen millions of voters in strategic locations that they need to win over at the next general election. It's hardly surprising that Leavers haven't got the faintest idea of what they want out of Brexit or of how to achieve it. The other line is the psychic perception of 'they knew what they were voting for,' which, by coincidence, is always the favourite option of the clairvoyant. Lexiters jumped on the Tory bandwagon too. The reality of a diverse demonstration, showing a depth of anger that could bring coaches to London from as far away as Orkney, should have made them question their world view. But there isn't much evidence to suggest that either have come to grips with the nature of the modern economy. The political parties have acquiesced in this game too, bowing down before the altar of 'respect the referendum result,' regardless of how it was achieved, whether opinion has changed, or, most startlingly of all, whatever the consequences of the result actually are. Innumerable newspaper opinion columns have indeed attempted to make this case. Duncan Weldon summarised why that is not so: Utter madness. For what? Posted by. But the evidence suggests otherwise. Brexit is an exercise in futility. Then we got the sneering. It's a bugger to kill. Despite the popular image of Brexit being something which finds its loudest proponents in a stereotypical northern working men's club, the reality is that the most hardcore Brexiteers are usually to be located in the bar of a southern golf club. All we will be doing is damaging the country, permanently losing our many privileges within the EU, making people poorer, and diminishing our power in the illusion that we are gaining sovereignty. It's attraction is emotional. There is still a threat of political stupidity hanging over us because of the capture of a political party by loons not an overstatement after reading Johnson channeling his inner Moses in the Telegraph.

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It's a bugger to kill. Saturday's march challenged the complacency. All Brexit has left is the appeal to belief. They claimed the mantle of 'democracy' and used it it to fix the referendum result as the only democratic outcome for all time. It recasts Britain's place in the world as one of vulnerable isolation -sorry Global Britain. That's why Brexit is dead, but it still lives on. At the time of writing it has over five and a half million signatures and is still climbing. The largest demonstration ever has been joined by the largest petition ever. All we will be doing is damaging the country, permanently losing our many privileges within the EU, making people poorer, and diminishing our power in the illusion that we are gaining sovereignty. Now wealthy commentators declared that Remainers are middle class and so are inauthentic, which means that their opinions must be invalid. Duncan Weldon summarised why that is not so: Respect the result. The 'will of the people' might not be as clear cut as leavers insisted it was. Crash the economy? Their first impulse was to denigrate the demonstrators to try and strip them of their legitimacy. Make people poorer? It's a vacuous revolution, whose main aim seems to be the entrenchment of the Tory right in the leadership, regardless of electoral consequences. Get to the details and the justification falls apart. Leaving will not be accepted, it will be fought through all the torturous negotiations in the years to follow, and, given the overwhelming sentiments of young people, it will be reversed. Threaten peace in Northern Ireland? As I have always said, leaving is a project of the right. But there isn't much evidence to suggest that either have come to grips with the nature of the modern economy. The reality of a diverse demonstration, showing a depth of anger that could bring coaches to London from as far away as Orkney, should have made them question their world view. For a long time we have had the strange spectacle of multi-millionaires decrying ordinary people as the elite. Material reality is on the march against religious faith. Now's time to hammer a stake through its heart. It is driven by nationalism. One could argue that the Labour party and the leadership of the trade unions have been disconnected from their traditional support bases and that class politics despite appearances actually drove the Leave victory. What I mean is that it has returned to the margins where it used to lurk as an eccentric irritation rather than as a horde of vandals set on sacking Brussels. Though a small group of Lexiters have jumped on the bandwagon as well, with the opposite aim of greater economic collectivism.



































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The majority are still bored and baffled, but, as a few dozen devotees followed Farage, up to two million ordinary people gathered from all over the country to march in London to oppose Brexit. The political parties have acquiesced in this game too, bowing down before the altar of 'respect the referendum result,' regardless of how it was achieved, whether opinion has changed, or, most startlingly of all, whatever the consequences of the result actually are. It's a vacuous revolution, whose main aim seems to be the entrenchment of the Tory right in the leadership, regardless of electoral consequences. From the very first they have attacked Remainers, often in vicious and provocative language. But there isn't much evidence to suggest that either have come to grips with the nature of the modern economy. As I have always said, leaving is a project of the right. End times Brexit died last weekend. They claimed the mantle of 'democracy' and used it it to fix the referendum result as the only democratic outcome for all time. Both left and right Leavers were caught up by the myth of Brexit as a working class rebellion to be romanticised in different ways. In a couple of interesting posts Will Bott describes the structural causes of the increasingly radical noises coming from Leavers as they shift from Norway to nihilism. It's attraction is emotional. Despite the popular image of Brexit being something which finds its loudest proponents in a stereotypical northern working men's club, the reality is that the most hardcore Brexiteers are usually to be located in the bar of a southern golf club. The implication of this is that Brexit will not generate a new model for the UK, but simply an inferior version of the existing one. It is driven by nationalism. But the evidence suggests otherwise. The less cynical would have realised that forty years in the EU have produced, for enough people, an affinity, identity, and attachment to the rights it offers its citizens, to make Brexit divisive and toxic. Picking up on some naff posters, middle class leftists decried middle class protestors for being middle class. Their first impulse was to denigrate the demonstrators to try and strip them of their legitimacy. Duncan Weldon summarised why that is not so: Now wealthy commentators declared that Remainers are middle class and so are inauthentic, which means that their opinions must be invalid.

It would be a disaster. What I mean is that it has returned to the margins where it used to lurk as an eccentric irritation rather than as a horde of vandals set on sacking Brussels. Then we got the sneering. Utter madness. Despite the popular image of Brexit being something which finds its loudest proponents in a stereotypical northern working men's club, the reality is that the most hardcore Brexiteers are usually to be located in the bar of a southern golf club. From the very first they have attacked Remainers, often in vicious and provocative language. They claimed the mantle of 'democracy' and used it it to fix the referendum result as the only democratic outcome for all time. It's a vacuous revolution, whose main aim seems to be the entrenchment of the Tory right in the leadership, regardless of electoral consequences. Strip people of their rights? Crash the economy? Saturday's march challenged the complacency. The less cynical would have realised that forty years in the EU have produced, for enough people, an affinity, identity, and attachment to the rights it offers its citizens, to make Brexit divisive and toxic. It's a bugger to kill. One could argue that the Labour party and the leadership of the trade unions have been disconnected from their traditional support bases and that class politics despite appearances actually drove the Leave victory. If Brexit happens, it will do so in the teeth of widespread opposition and confront the most surprising event of modern British politics - the rise of a mass, determined, pro-European movement. But it is a political revolution. The march was to demand a second referendum, but an online Parliamentary petition to cancel Brexit altogether by revoking article 50 and remaining in the EU, has gone viral. It recasts Britain's place in the world as one of vulnerable isolation -sorry Global Britain. It is driven by nationalism. The majority are still bored and baffled, but, as a few dozen devotees followed Farage, up to two million ordinary people gathered from all over the country to march in London to oppose Brexit. The largest demonstration ever has been joined by the largest petition ever. Duncan Weldon summarised why that is not so: And that's the problem. But the evidence suggests otherwise. Lexiters jumped on the Tory bandwagon too. On the day of the biggest street protest in history, against a Tory government and in support of official Labour policy, the Leader of the Opposition dodged it and spent the day in Morecambe, grabbing a photo opportunity with the statue of a dead comedian. Posted by. Fat man porn



They claimed the mantle of 'democracy' and used it it to fix the referendum result as the only democratic outcome for all time. In a couple of interesting posts Will Bott describes the structural causes of the increasingly radical noises coming from Leavers as they shift from Norway to nihilism. That's why Brexit is dead, but it still lives on. Now wealthy commentators declared that Remainers are middle class and so are inauthentic, which means that their opinions must be invalid. Duncan Weldon summarised why that is not so: The implication of this is that Brexit will not generate a new model for the UK, but simply an inferior version of the existing one. Innumerable newspaper opinion columns have indeed attempted to make this case. It's a bugger to kill. One could argue that the Labour party and the leadership of the trade unions have been disconnected from their traditional support bases and that class politics despite appearances actually drove the Leave victory. All we will be doing is damaging the country, permanently losing our many privileges within the EU, making people poorer, and diminishing our power in the illusion that we are gaining sovereignty. Paul Evans skewers this one here. I think it might take a bit more time for our current ones to cotton on. It is driven by nationalism. Despite the popular image of Brexit being something which finds its loudest proponents in a stereotypical northern working men's club, the reality is that the most hardcore Brexiteers are usually to be located in the bar of a southern golf club. Picking up on some naff posters, middle class leftists decried middle class protestors for being middle class. But it is a political revolution. Their first impulse was to denigrate the demonstrators to try and strip them of their legitimacy.

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Utter madness. As I have always said, leaving is a project of the right. Strip people of their rights? For a long time we have had the strange spectacle of multi-millionaires decrying ordinary people as the elite. They claimed the mantle of 'democracy' and used it it to fix the referendum result as the only democratic outcome for all time. Crash the economy? It recasts Britain's place in the world as one of vulnerable isolation -sorry Global Britain. Posted by. But there isn't much evidence to suggest that either have come to grips with the nature of the modern economy. The majority are still bored and baffled, but, as a few dozen devotees followed Farage, up to two million ordinary people gathered from all over the country to march in London to oppose Brexit. Innumerable newspaper opinion columns have indeed attempted to make this case. Though a small group of Lexiters have jumped on the bandwagon as well, with the opposite aim of greater economic collectivism. It's a vacuous revolution, whose main aim seems to be the entrenchment of the Tory right in the leadership, regardless of electoral consequences. The reality of a diverse demonstration, showing a depth of anger that could bring coaches to London from as far away as Orkney, should have made them question their world view. If Brexit happens, it will do so in the teeth of widespread opposition and confront the most surprising event of modern British politics - the rise of a mass, determined, pro-European movement. Respect the result. But the evidence suggests otherwise. And that's the problem. The political parties have acquiesced in this game too, bowing down before the altar of 'respect the referendum result,' regardless of how it was achieved, whether opinion has changed, or, most startlingly of all, whatever the consequences of the result actually are. One could argue that the Labour party and the leadership of the trade unions have been disconnected from their traditional support bases and that class politics despite appearances actually drove the Leave victory. There is still a threat of political stupidity hanging over us because of the capture of a political party by loons not an overstatement after reading Johnson channeling his inner Moses in the Telegraph. Threaten peace in Northern Ireland? That's why Brexit is dead, but it still lives on. The other line is the psychic perception of 'they knew what they were voting for,' which, by coincidence, is always the favourite option of the clairvoyant. The less cynical would have realised that forty years in the EU have produced, for enough people, an affinity, identity, and attachment to the rights it offers its citizens, to make Brexit divisive and toxic. It's attraction is emotional.

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There is still a threat of political stupidity hanging over us because of the capture of a political party by loons not an overstatement after reading Johnson channeling his inner Moses in the Telegraph. A cynical politician would have looked at that demonstration and the distribution of signatures on the petition and seen millions of voters in strategic locations that they need to win over at the next general election. Leaving will not be accepted, it will be fought through all the torturous negotiations in the years to follow, and, given the overwhelming sentiments of young people, it will be reversed. On the day of the biggest street protest in history, against a Tory government and in support of official Labour policy, the Leader of the Opposition dodged it and spent the day in Morecambe, grabbing a photo opportunity with the statue of a dead comedian. Brexit is an exercise in futility. Both see the European Union as a constraint. At the time of writing it has over five and a half million signatures and is still climbing. But there isn't much evidence to suggest that either have come to grips with the nature of the modern economy. They claimed the mantle of 'democracy' and used it it to fix the referendum result as the only democratic outcome for all time. What I mean is that it has returned to the margins where it used to lurk as an eccentric irritation rather than as a horde of vandals set on sacking Brussels. The majority are still bored and baffled, but, as a few dozen devotees followed Farage, up to two million ordinary people gathered from all over the country to march in London to oppose Brexit. The political parties have acquiesced in this game too, bowing down before the altar of 'respect the referendum result,' regardless of how it was achieved, whether opinion has changed, or, most startlingly of all, whatever the consequences of the result actually are. It recasts Britain's place in the world as one of vulnerable isolation -sorry Global Britain. Both left and right Leavers were caught up by the myth of Brexit as a working class rebellion to be romanticised in different ways. Now wealthy commentators declared that Remainers are middle class and so are inauthentic, which means that their opinions must be invalid. It is driven by nationalism. Paul Evans skewers this one here. Get to the details and the justification falls apart. The march was to demand a second referendum, but an online Parliamentary petition to cancel Brexit altogether by revoking article 50 and remaining in the EU, has gone viral. Crash the economy? Strip people of their rights? The 'will of the people' might not be as clear cut as leavers insisted it was. An interregnum. It's hardly surprising that Leavers haven't got the faintest idea of what they want out of Brexit or of how to achieve it. It would be a disaster.

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