Have you thought about what you might do if Brexit doesn't happen? Would you be likely to get involved in local politics, try and keep leaving an issue? Would you be motivated enough to march and protest or, heaven forbid, riot?
I'm just trying to get an idea of what might actually happen with your average Leave voter, as I'm not entirely convinced it'll be anything more than plenty of grumbling in the comments section of Daily Mail and some tutting.
Whilst Parliament has voted to make it less likely that we will crash out with no deal, the ongoing chaos shows exactly why we need to stop the clock, revoke Article 50 and with Parliament in gridlock - give the public the final say on Brexit. https://t.co/iiP8HDNSMW
Smart money is on it being voted down, the Brexit toilet overflows, everyone panics and all options are put back on the table. No point to a short extension. No more farting around the edges with sham negotiations. Surely May will go.
It is shameful that House Democrats won’t take a stronger stand against Anti-Semitism in their conference. Anti-Semitism has fueled atrocities throughout history and it’s inconceivable they will not act to condemn it!
Not sure why anyone would complain about flying this flag. I imagine nothing will need to be done, and the flag will stay up. People will still reference this in years to come though "Can't even fly a flag commemorating war dead!! PC gone mad!"
Lovely bit of click bait from the Star. I remember when it used to be an actual news publication. The media really should have a more responsible attitude and quit agitating with non stories.