Battle To Be British Pm

25 Jun 19
Toygle

Sunday, June 23, 2019, 3:15 pm CDT Categories: Toy News, sightingsWritten by: Zero Wolf Views: 9,133 Topic options: View discussion · Sign in or join to reply For all British Seibertroners I bring great news from the hunt. The latest Leader Class release for Transformers War for Cybertron Siege has been found in two different […]

25 Jun 19
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As confirmed by the Conservative party HQ Boris Johnson remains odds-on to win the battle against Jeremy Hunt but it’s never over until the fat lady sings, especially in politics. But either way, both of them have made clear that there will be a decision on Brexit by 31 October – or at least that’s […]

24 Jun 19

Before the 1947 UFO wave hit the US, the RAF was already experiencing their own anomalous encounters. Here’s the story of the X Raiders that kicked off the great Flying Saucer Wave of 1947.

24 Jun 19
Bartered History

By September 1917 Cadorna could point to eleven offensives launched along a similar front, to the tune of well over half a million casualties, with one occupied town of 35,000 people to claim as victory.[1] Tenth and Eleventh Isonzo in summer 1917 had been on a completely different scale, thunderous affairs that each cost more […]

24 Jun 19
Thrive Global
Part One: Once Upon A.. Let’s start with the foundation of British political life. Initially founded by men for men, that is, wealthy men of what is often referred to as ‘the establishment’ made up of property landed gentry or lords and wealthy hierarchy and royalty. Parliament was initially run by the ruling monarch (used to be men only), even when in battle, his privy council would travel with him to pass laws and help enforce law as he went around the United Kingdom, and places all over Europe.  When Queen Victoria came to reign she created a political landscape to encourage growth and autonomy for the British public, though still monopolised by the wealthy male population. Then after many demonstrations, imprisonments and activism a small population of women won the right to vote, along with that the male age to vote was lowered. We are still in England struggling with the ‘working class’ ‘middle class and ‘upper class’ statuses and identities of our politicians, hoping to represent their public voters. It has been joked about …. “how many senior politicians know how much a bottle of milk costs?” A question many ‘upper class’ male and female MP’s are unable to answer.  So what is going on with all this Brexit stuff? Brexit is an abbreviation of ‘British Exit from the European Union’ the campaign for this to be voted upon was not voted by a public with all the accurate and true information and facts for the public to make a well informed decision.   Basically many MP’s (Members of Parliament voted in by public to represent their city/town/county) did not even have the full facts to hand themselves!! Many did not care, and even believe that anyone would vote to leave; many care that we stay in the EU as they know that our economy is not enough to flourish alone, and there are those who see the United Kingdom as a future tax haven to avoid tax and hide capital. And that is the whole of the United Kingdom includes England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, all have voted in the referendum as an advisory vote, the public voted in favour to leave the European Union by a very narrow majority. Some young people voted to leave thinking it was a joke!! They thought “no way would we leave” and many older generation who voted to leave are now deceased, those still living are often harbouring a nostalgia of times gone by where technology was simple, times were simpler and the European Union seems to them to be some kind of monster organisation taking money and causing too many ‘immigrants’ to enter the U.K. most of those people only had the papers and radio and television to inform themselves about what the EU means to every day life.  The EU was created post-war for peace insurance to be democratic and regenerative, a well meaning to never have the hostilities again post war 1945 a unifying intention. David Davis was the first ‘Brexit Minister’ who was part of the new cabinet that took over the lead under Prime Minister, Theresa May, following the ‘fast exit to avoid Brexit’ by David Cameron (the PM who implemented the referendum). Following a few months David Davis was called in to the Brexit Committee to provide the impact of Brexit, he claimed there were too many documents to bring in and would need large crates. And at another meeting he had to admit that there was no work or research done at all on Brexit only a few meetings.  Obviously there were some issues with the then acting Prime Minister Theresa May that she had to be legally elected unanimously to actively lead Britain out of the EU following the advisory vote to leave. There were not enough votes for a clear majority for her party, The Conservatives, and she decided to align with the DUP Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland, a part of the U.K.  they were paid a large sum of money to create a coalition parliament. But there’s a catch with the Brexit and Ireland, The Republic of Ireland (not DUP) there is an active, important factor to take in which is the Good Friday Agreement because the Republic of Ireland is part of the EU. Free movement will be an issue, people voted to put blocks to that so the freedom the Irish now enjoy, will be back to square one again.  There is a major issue of Leadership of the U.K. and as such everything is uncertain and another election may be on the horizon. Right now everyone is divided and still not fully and accurately informed. 
24 Jun 19
U S Military History

June 24, 1859 – The Second Battle of Taku Forts was a failed Anglo-French attempt to seize the Taku Forts along the Hai River in Tianjin, China, in June 1859 during the Second Opium War. A chartered American steamship arrived on scene and assisted the French and British in their attempted suppression of the forts. […]

24 Jun 19
Otherfeet-otherfeat.net

24 June 19 It started off with the mighty Ottoman of Turkey, the once PM now elevated to President, the squasher of coups, the purger of Turkey’s secular intelligentsia and role model for religious conservatives world over, refusing to accept a poll verdict, that of the Mayor of Istanbul. Mr Erdogan alleged that the election […]

23 Jun 19
THE TEMPLE OF THEM

Oct 9, 2009 Hello George, My name is Kris and I am the founder of the esoteric satanic organization the Temple of THEM. I have tried to reach you via Exeter University – but failed to do so. Your email was supplied to me via a member of the Order of Nine Angles. My understanding […]

23 Jun 19
The Crazy Austrian's Worldwide Adventures

A couple of days of kid-focused fun staying at Lalandia and visiting Legoland and Lego House.

23 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Two men were targeted in a "horrendous" homophobic attack allegedly perpetrated by armed teenagers, causing one of them to be seriously injured. The two men, in their thirties, were approached by three teenagers while they were walking in the Anfield neighborhood in Liverpool at 9:20 pm Saturday night, Merseyside police said. The group uttered homophobic […]

23 Jun 19
Archy news nety

It's been a rough week for Saudi Arabia. On Thursday, the Court of Appeal ruled that the British secretary of state broke the law by allowing arms sales to Saudi that might have been deployed by the Gulf-led coalition confused in Yemen. Just hours later, the US senate voted to block a multibillion-dollar weapons sale […]

23 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Sports narrator The race has finished. 06/23/2019 04:44 PM Sports narrator Pilot incidence: An investigation has been opened for an incident between Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris. 06/23/2019 04:42 PM Sports narrator | Row 53 | Quick return: S. Vettel has broken the circuit record with a time of 1: 32,740. 06/23/2019 16:41 Sports narrator | […]