- We must speak for our EU Citizens in the UK (Simon McGrath)
- Sorting Out the Political Mess (Helen Flynn)
- Uncrossing the wires in the IP Bill (Brian Paddick)
- Our values and the Brexit crisis (Spencer Hagard)
- How do we make liberalism relevant to the disenfranchised leave voters? (Jayne McCoy)
- Paul Mason and what comes after even later capitalism
- Labour's problem is not just Corbyn: it's John McDonnell too
- Boris Johnson is the prisoner of Ukip and the Tory right wing
- Our most treasured resident, handled only under licence, and recorded in verse
- Opening a new older persons appartments in Ainsdale/Birkdale/Southport
- Telephone Preference Service scammer tried to grab my bank details. Let's warn others
- Council's Cinema cock-up ends up in the High Court! :(
- Speak for England, Tim
- Short Trips: 2040, ed. John Binns
- Dear all, An Apology - My part in Brexit - ALLEGEDY
- David-1 29th Jun - 2:44am
"There are some Constitutional lawyers saying that MP’s must now vote on whether to accept the outcome of the referendum." Yes, but these are just...
- David-1 29th Jun - 1:24am
@Alex Macfie: I agree, though for somewhat different reasons. I think it would be better for Parliament to stay out of the matter, for two...
- Lorenzo Cherin 29th Jun - 1:11am
David I do not get your point as the issues are so different. I am a moderate on the issue of the EU, but would...
- David-1 29th Jun - 1:09am
@Leave EU: Perhaps then you'd like to join the Liberal Democrats in advocating for a fairer, more proportional electoral system, in which those millions of...
- David Allen 28th Jun - 11:56pm
“No one in the LEAVE campaign has suggested that EU people already living and working in the Uk would lose any rights to continue to...
- Katharine Pindar 28th Jun - 11:50pm
So the way forward, after reading all this, seems to be as Graham Watson wrote. The referendum was advisory not legally binding, and with two-thirds...