If ever you suffer from impostor syndrome, just think for a moment of the British Parliament. Never before in the field of human politics has a pooch been screwed so badly, for so many, by so few. #brexit
All the #brexit coverage brings to mind how the dinosaurs might have tried to vote away the asteroid.
One fringe benefit of #brexit is that the pound has tanked so much I'm a super attractive hire for overseas companies. Silver linings, I guess...
Vaguely tuning back in to #brexit and I'm reminded of those students who'd spend the summer partying and leave all their homework to the Sunday afternoon before they go back to class.
#Brexit day is the Friday 29th March and the following Monday is April 1st. I'm starting to wonder if this whole thing might be the best long-con April fools day prank in history...
While I understand the need of GDPR, and I think it's a move into the right direction, all the extra work it's meant I've had to do these last few weeks has almost been enough to change my position on #brexit
So, one year until the free-wheeling out of control trolley of state hits the concrete wall of #brexit reality. One year for the adults in the room to hit the brakes before it's too late.
The Leave campaign lied to the British people in the run up to the #brexit vote, we need a referendum based on facts: https://
What's the big deal about having a second referendum on #brexit? Even my computer asks me "are you sure?" when I'm about to do something irreversible and potentially damaging, surely major constitutional change should get at least that level of safeguard?