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Why doesn't Britain make things anymore?

12 answers · Reptiles · 6 hours ago
Best answer: Margaret Thatcher decided that Britain should move from a manufacturing economy to a service based economy eased controls on banking and insurance, tried to turn the population into share gamblers, urged on by Reagan with his trickle down Reaganomics which laid the foundation for the world economic crash in 2008/9.... show more

Which side do you think is more judgmental today, the left or the right?

34 answers · Other - News & Events · 3 days ago
A few decades ago, I think most would have said the right, I guess, but today, like with the Kevin Hart controversy in America, it seems that you can't say or do anything without being labeled as a homophobe or a racist.

Best answer: Yes. It would have been foolish to allow the vote on the deal because she KNEW it would be rejected. There is no plan B. That would leave the UK up s*** creek without a paddle. She HAD to go back to the EU to seek some reassurances so there was a chance of the plan being accepted. She did not choose to be... show more

The Brexit vote is off,how long delayed for?

26 answers · Current Events · 3 days ago
How long is Brexit pushed back?

What happened to the caravan of immigrants heading for usa?

21 answers · Current Events · 2 days ago

Best answer: yes.

Best answer: "Show us your t!ts" is obviously more intelligent than anything than that pseudo-commie, Corbyn has to say. Update: These days I couldn't be bothered with what Labour has to say so I just assume their cult leader has the final word on everything. Update: Let's get it to 10 TDs! That way I... show more

He has an Arabic name and looks like an Arab, but the news won't call him a Muslim. He is a "radical Islamist terrorist" who was "radicalised" in prison, is "mentally ill" etc, all the standard excuses.

Best answer: DEPORT ALL MUSLIMS no matter where they are Born

Are things looking solid for Mrs May?

12 answers · Current Events · 1 day ago
Is it solid, or is there about to be an explosion?

All people seem to care about these days is money and obtaining the latest products (e.g advocating remaining in the European Union, an inherently threatening entity, solely for greater economic stability). What a sickness.

Why do the news readers say "an horrific" instead of "a horrific"?

10 answers · Media & Journalism · 11 hours ago
Please explain