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Labour MPs must not vote for Theresa May's deal because "it's better than No Deal". And especially if it fails Labour's 6 tests. It's becoming clear that Labour and Momentum members don't want Brexit. They want a General Election. And if there's no General Election, they want a People's Vote.
 Brexit Consultation - Momentum »
Lets build a Britain for the many.

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And as it's in UKIP colours you can re-use it at their next party conference.

A snip at only 25 Euros.
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Following Saturday's March Against UK-Exit

We don't need another referendum or vote for MPs to come to their senses, act in the national interest and say:

"You asked us to try and find a way of leaving the EU. Well, we've done our best and we can't find any sensible way of doing that. So we've decided to cancel Article 50 and call the whole thing off. Here's my resignation".
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Anti-Brexit March - London - Sat 20 Oct

3 Days to go. Be there. And vote with your feet.

Apparently Green Park has reduced capacity so find another tube station to use to get to Park Lane/Hyde Park Corner for the start.
 People’s Vote March for the Future »
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Paul Ehrlich - The Population Bomb

By a spooky coincidence, Paul Ehrlich published The Population Bomb in 1968 in the same year that population growth rate peaked at 2.09%/yr. The global population that year was 3.55b. If that growth rate had been maintained ever since then we would have passed through 10b this year. So we're really lucky that 1968 was also pretty much when we transitioned from exponential growth to linear growth and hitting 10b is still 38 years away. It's easy to see now in retrospect that the demographic transition happened and come up with all kinds of reasons why it happened. It's harder to come up with reasons as to why Ehrlich should have seen it then. He was writing in a time when we'd had a 100 years or so of exponential growth over 1.5%/yr and in the previous 20 years it had been accelerating. So I think he deserves a break for being overly pessimistic back then.

10b, right now, and having got there so fast, would not be pretty. I don't think its going to be pretty in 2056 either, but we have a little more time to adjust.
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Google is proving itself to be an unreliable and untrustworthy partner. We're being chucked off G+ as it closes down. So which other Google properties should we leave now and stop investing time and effort into? Because we don't know when Google will decide to just close them down. Here's a short list of Google Products that feel to me like they might be at risk.

- Music
- Photos
- Drive
- Blogger
- Calendar
- News
- GoogleGroups
- Hangouts
- Chromecast Audio
- Wear OS
- Android Auto
- Google Pay

And that's just the consumer stuff. Want to invest time in Google APIs to build into products? Don't.

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Apologies to +John Lewis
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UK's Conservative party can't find enough willing applicants to be candidates for parliamentary seats:
Not enough qualified members. No enthusiasm. Prospect of a long campaign. Pessimism about the next election

Has Theresa May finally run out of Brexit road?
Backing herself into a corner of the corn field where there simply aren't any options left that are both acceptable to the EU and could be voted through parliament.

David Davis calls on ministers to rebel against Brexit deal. Ex-minister says PM’s plan is ‘unacceptable’ as she tries to appease DUP and Tory Brexiters
If it's not the DUP, it's the hard-Brexiters.

With this:-

Tories take four-point lead over Labour despite Brexit troubles.
The Conservatives are the more trusted party to lead the Brexit negotiations according to the poll, with 29% of respondents saying they trusted the Tories more compared to 18% for Labour.

As far as I can tell, the whole country is now living in some fantasy Never Never Land that's completely divorced from reality. We seem to be able to cling on to our tribal loyalties and ignore a ruling party that is imploding as it tries to drive us off the Brexit cliff. I think we're going to need a bigger magic wand. Clap louder, children to save poor tinker-bell.

London Anti-Brexit March next Sat (20-Oct). Be There.

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It's not just about a demand for a vote for us. It's also a demand for the politicians to come to their senses, act in the national interest and to vote to stay in the EU.

Just Say No To UK-Exit.

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Less than 2 week's time till the big Anti-Brexit march. Be there. Usual story, Park Lane 12pm, Start March 1pm, To Parliament Sq. 20-Oct-18

It's not just about a demand for a vote.
It's a demand for an end to UK-Exit and to stay in the EU.

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obscure as well as the obscurely gratuitous.
 The Quietus | Features | Quietus Charts | The Top 100 Albums Of The Quietus' Existence, As Picked By tQ's Writers »
As part of our ongoing celebrations of a decade of The Quietus, we asked our dozens upon dozens of fantastic contributors to pick their favourite albums of the site's existence. Below is their top 100, with an introduction by tQ staff writer Patrick Clarke

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Pike near Chorley in Lancashire. I knew I still had it but it had gone missing and I'd been searching for it for 15 years at least. Yesterday it fell out of a bunch of old papers and yellowed copies of International Times.

There's a detailed write up here of the adventures we and others had.

There's a postscript as well. Here And Now liked my write up so much, they asked me to do the liner notes for one of their Live CDs of their set at the festival.

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What they meant was "No Brexit is better than a Bad Brexit".

At least I think that's what they should have said.
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Whereas prosperity for all, peace, security and the safeguarding of the global environment are achieved by working together in the closest union;

Recalling the importance of the indivisible, universal values of human dignity, freedom, equality, solidarity, liberty, democracy, the rule of law, and respect for the inviolable and inalienable rights of the human person;

Considering that the principles of equality and non-discrimination guide us, and the values of respect duty and community define us;

Considering that trust, justice and liberty govern us, and we are characterised by creativity, inclusivity and a belief in the human spirit;

Given that our glorious past helped forge European values and that our present enjoyment of them is largely thanks to the European Union;

Being resolved that our future happiness relies on remaining at the heart of the European Union and retaining for ourselves and future generations, the rights of EU Citizenship;


We affirm our allegiance to the European Union and promise to abide by and promote the universal values upon which it is based such as compassion, endeavour, ingenuity, altruism, diligence, daring and a peace-loving commitment to the dignity of all sentient beings, and we are pledged to maintain our citizenship of the European Union for us and for the generations that come after us.

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