• Do lefties understand why so many people are opposed to Corbyn?

    Or do they just think they're so just because they're thick/nasty/racist?
    Or do they just think they're so just because they're thick/nasty/racist?
    9 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Why is Pelosi trying to prevent Trump from giving his State of the Union address?

    Best answer: Who cares? No one wants to hear it anyway.
    Best answer: Who cares? No one wants to hear it anyway.
    23 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Remoaners, what is it like waking up in the morning and knowing you are a traitor?

    Best answer: We were told 'Leave Means Leave', and we vote to leave. We knew what we were voting for. The Remainers need to accept that and stop trying to stab the electorate in the back
    Best answer: We were told 'Leave Means Leave', and we vote to leave. We knew what we were voting for. The Remainers need to accept that and stop trying to stab the electorate in the back
    19 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Why do the British public have a severe general arrogance problem?

    Nobodies, random members of the public, devoid of any advanced qualities or perspectives whatsoever, who fancy themselves more enlightened, tactically conscious and competent at detecting danger than a highly pragmatic, logically focused, aware, competent and intensely strong-minded tactician with long experience... show more
    Nobodies, random members of the public, devoid of any advanced qualities or perspectives whatsoever, who fancy themselves more enlightened, tactically conscious and competent at detecting danger than a highly pragmatic, logically focused, aware, competent and intensely strong-minded tactician with long experience and uniquely high adeptness with threat detection, who has a very highly intricate behemoth of an information base. They know who they are. XD
    7 answers · 6 hours ago
  • What do you think about Corbyn snubbing May's Brexit talks?

    He's obviously got an opinion on it since he ordered his MP's to vote against The Brexit deal, so why can't he turn up and say what it is? Is he a typical rebel without a cause?
    He's obviously got an opinion on it since he ordered his MP's to vote against The Brexit deal, so why can't he turn up and say what it is? Is he a typical rebel without a cause?
    17 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Current Events: What now for the Brexit process?

    Best answer: I agree that the Brexit Referendum was nonsense, as not enough information was available to the British Public, so they believed the lies being bandied around by Political Parties like UKIP, that used dodgey dirty money to fund their Leave Campaign. The Labour Party aka Jeremy Corbyn, kept quiet throughout the... show more
    Best answer: I agree that the Brexit Referendum was nonsense, as not enough information was available to the British Public, so they believed the lies being bandied around by Political Parties like UKIP, that used dodgey dirty money to fund their Leave Campaign.

    The Labour Party aka Jeremy Corbyn, kept quiet throughout the Campaign and didn't support either Leave or Remain, which wasn't particularly helpful if you were a Labour supporter. Confusingly the Conservative Leader, David Cameron, wanted to Remain, but didn't have enough money for his Remain Campaign.

    I think that now we know that the UK will be financially worse off, we should have another vote and hopefully all those racist thick people, will realise that there will still be immigrants, in fact more of them are non EU.
    21 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is anyone happy with how theresa may is handling brexit?

    Best answer: Delighted!
    She's ably demonstrating what a complete nonsense the whole concept of Brexshit actually is!
    Best answer: Delighted!
    She's ably demonstrating what a complete nonsense the whole concept of Brexshit actually is!
    19 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why are people so vehemently against building a border wall that will pay for itself in a measly few years and make the country safer?

    Best answer: It's kind of funny, there are other countries that have built walls and when a country in North America wants do it, it's considered racist and all that jazz.

    Honestly this generation is a bunch of irrational, illogical people that go off their emotions.
    Best answer: It's kind of funny, there are other countries that have built walls and when a country in North America wants do it, it's considered racist and all that jazz.

    Honestly this generation is a bunch of irrational, illogical people that go off their emotions.
    15 answers · 17 hours ago
  • If a second referendum were to be held on the UKs association with the EU, what should the options be?

    Best answer: I don't think there should be a second referendum at all, I voted to remain but the leave vote won and should be respected. Theresa May is not going to get her deal through now and it wasn't a good one anyway so the only real option is to exit with no deal at all, personally I feel it's not a good idea... show more
    Best answer: I don't think there should be a second referendum at all, I voted to remain but the leave vote won and should be respected.

    Theresa May is not going to get her deal through now and it wasn't a good one anyway so the only real option is to exit with no deal at all, personally I feel it's not a good idea but plenty of people would disagree with me on that and it is the majority that should be listened to in a democratic society.

    The way I see it is that if we exit and are better off then so much the better but if we are worse off at least for the forseeable future May can take the blame just as she will take the credit if she keeps her job and manages to pull this off with public opinion on her side.

    I don't care much for the opposition either but I would never and have never voted for The Conservative party, however when they won the election I wasn't protesting or demanding a recount etc, I had to accept it and the only thing I very much dislike at the moment is that the country has become so divided and turned on one another when it is actually the politicians on both sides that cause so many problems with their lies and blatant refusal to answer questions clearly.
    16 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is the UK independent?

    13 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Do you feel disappointed with how brexit is going?

    Best answer: I'm disappointed that the UK is wasting £500 million a day pursuing this folly. It's time we ditched the whole idea of Brexit and got on with making this country prosperous.
    Best answer: I'm disappointed that the UK is wasting £500 million a day pursuing this folly. It's time we ditched the whole idea of Brexit and got on with making this country prosperous.
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why does Trump not come in and sort out Brexit?

    Best answer: Trump has no idea about Brexit or the EU. The only reason he’s ever commented on it is because his handlers told him it’s some magnificent populist event. He knows money though and his advisers know one of the worlds largest trading blocs (650 million) people is a better market than 65m people, which is why the... show more
    Best answer: Trump has no idea about Brexit or the EU. The only reason he’s ever commented on it is because his handlers told him it’s some magnificent populist event.

    He knows money though and his advisers know one of the worlds largest trading blocs (650 million) people is a better market than 65m people, which is why the US and other countries aren’t falling over themselves to make trade deals with us like the leave campaign claimed.
    11 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Wouldnt it be funny that if after nearly 3 years of brexit brexit brexit it just got scrapped and never happened?

    people would do their nut, lol
    people would do their nut, lol
    12 answers · 6 hours ago