The race to the bottom continues
UK government to scrap European law protecting special habitats https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/jun/30/uk-government-scrap-european-law-protecting-special-habitats?CMP=share_btn_tw
Was this you? @KarlOnSea@twitter.com
That’s a NO from me. Ironic or not. https://twitter.com/derailleurkate/status/1542190872154046464
This is why leave were so honest in the referendum. Making it clear the economic consequences would be terrible as they knew we really wanted to leave.
Oh wait they didn't. The lied and broke the law to win.
@ProfTimBale@twitter.com @email@example.com @FT@twitter.com Six years on still missing the point on why and how it happened. A majority of voters didn't want to be in the EU. British policy since Suez, and winds of change, is one long and quite successful process of readjustment.
Joyous for everyone who loaths freedom.
What a joyous day for all who live and work around Westminster! https://twitter.com/GuidoFawkes/status/1541754090958602242
The right to have an abortion is only a political decision in the same way that the right to life is a political decision.
It should not be upto the state, it is a health issue for the individual.
Tory MP Danny Kruger says he doesn’t agree that “women have an absolute right to bodily autonomy".
Episode one of Thunderbirds... without the style.
Sky Cruise is a concept for a nuclear-powered sky hotel. This video rendering shows the aircraft designed to fly with 20 electric engines, housing over 5,000 guests in nearly nonstop flight [full video, Hashem Al-Ghaili: https://buff.ly/3Op8VrE]
The party in power, who have a policy of making us poorer, encouraging inflation should think really hard about solving the problem rather than attacking the opposition.
It’s your mess, you fix it.
This evasion from @UKLabour@twitter.com is ridiculous. We deserve answers. Do they support inflation-busting pay rises? If so, do they accept the inflationary effects? How do they propose to pay for them? And why do they refuse to condemn strikes causing massive disruption to the public? https://twitter.com/skynews/status/1541687824612835330
What an advert for rounders...
This girl had the whole section rooting for her bottle flip
BREXITers get upset when they are called thick yet everything they say supports the contention that they are indeed thick.
I think I'm about done trying to treat Twitter Brexit enthusiasts like grown-ups.
Putin told him he would need a body double but it was a bad line.
After losing all of his top generals and commanders in the war with Ukraine, Putin calls General Pavel out of retirement to lead the Russian invasion. He weighs nearly 300 pounds now, intelligence officials say Putin is “scraping the bottom of the barrel”.
I struggle to have sympathy with a owner whose business involves exporting to the EU who voted for BREXIT. They're clearly not very good at their job if they couldn't see the very obvious business risks of leaving compared to the literally no benefits. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/jun/25/what-have-we-done-six-years-on-uk-counts-the-cost-of-brexit?CMP=share_btn_tw
There were never any benefits. We warned you but you did not listen.
As a conservative member i am absolutely fed up with the betrayal of the Brexit vote. Where are our benefits? When are you going to support small business @Conservatives@twitter.com @BorisJohnson@twitter.com Now you are reclaiming tax on times that Business was closed. How can we survive?
I'll let you back up when you tell me where my clothes are.
Anonymous postcard, (c.1910)