- 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)
- 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
- Project Fear
- So.... #Brexit ...what happens now? A timetable.
- Sir Humphrey's advice to a 'brave' David Cameron on the EU Referendum
- Two particularly welcome new Lib Dem members
- A modern use for old floppy disk drives
- Day 5657: Where Do We Go From Here
- Jayne Mansfield 28th Jun - 7:27pm
There are some Constitutional lawyers saying that MP's must now vote on whether to accept the outcome of the referendum. Given that our MPs are...
- Jayne Mansfield 28th Jun - 7:09pm
@ Simon McGrath, Obviously, I meant to write that those who vilified EU nationals should be condemned, not praised!
- Alistair 28th Jun - 7:08pm
Agreed Matthew. What upsets me particularly is that food and other essentials are likely to be more expensive which really hits the poor hardest. I...
- Lorenzo Cherin 28th Jun - 7:05pm
Leave EU , indeed ! I am no fan of the EU as it is .Throughout years and the campaign , I have sounded very...
- Steffan Aquarone 28th Jun - 6:54pm
"The referendum was actually about issues other than the EU and indeed immigration–in particular: gross inequality in our country; how austerity has created winners and...
- Lorenzo Cherin 28th Jun - 6:53pm
Yes a mess and indeed a solution , us ! The government has caused a crisis by opening a Pandoras box. The Labour party has...