Bon Vivant is losing some ground it seems!
Not that I have something against bon vivants, but get a toothbrush, please.


The shouting voices in the background. It’s a bit surreal.


The whole thing is surreal.


I went to school with the writer of the article


Not a bad article either. I like the imagery: ice cream, lasange, double breasted anarchist. Primary school kids inspecting war dead memorials mistaken for private security, very nice indeed.




It is surreal

“We are and, I hadn’t quite understood the full extent of this, but if you look at the UK and you look at how we trade in goods, we’re particularly reliant on the Dover-Calais crossing.”

…He continued: “That’s one of the reasons why, and there’s been a lot of controversy about this, but one of the reasons why we wanted to make sure we had a very specific and very proximate relationship with the EU, to ensure frictionless trade at the border.


Wow… The guardian publishing anti-Corbyn content. Who would have thought it?

Corbyn was the only one with a common sense view on the EU if you ask me. EU evangelist like Blair and Clegg are partly responsible for the UK voting leave


Hey you could always have another vote and see how people are feeling now.
But nah TOO much democracy is a bad thing. :slight_smile: Like it isn’t a shitstorm already.


Not a great option tbh.


Only because people are so polarised . But it’s a much BETTER option NOW then two years ago, because people are vastly better informed and the EU position is clear.


No, would just stall the process more. I have no more appetite for referendums and neither does the majority of Brits. What happens if you get the same result? Just more uncertainty.

No more referendum. If our elected officials want to stop brexit, then fine, but definitely not another referendum. Would be unmitigated chaos.


If run similar to the first one , sure.

A parliamentary vote on the deal is a better option, or an election with clear policies put forward by the various parties. I’m guessing May gets this over the line otherwise it’s total chaos in the UK for next six months .


Parliament doesn’t even really understand the deal. It’s so complex. Leave it up to the technocrats


I actually saw the police come in to talk to that guy, presumably to tell him to leave, then he started chatting to them and they all started laughing, then the police left again.

Seriously though this is all for the comedy value right?


That’s Parliament’s job. Technocrats negotiate the actual details . Parliament approves or not.


It’s says a lot of good things about the UK that he doesn’t get bashed over the head or handcuffed and driven away in a van immediately.


You seriously think it’d be a good idea to have another referendum? It’s just ludicrous. If you go down that road, should all future elections do the same? Re-election whenever people hate the result?