B: Don’t worry Mr B., I have a cunning plan to solve the problem.It is a move of devilish cunning. It has the mark of Demonic Cummings all over it...
I’m not sure if I see the correlation, but it’s clear the move to suspend has miffed the majority of the country and seemingly united MP’s against no deal - whether that was expected/predicted by Cummings will be interesting to seeAm I imagining this, or is there a correlation between Leave and Anti-Prorogue in the midland areas? Are the midlands areas the key battleground region for Leave/Remain? If the UK leaves with No Deal, will Birmingham be crippled by the loss of HS2?
2016 EU Referendum:
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2019 Anti-Prorogue Petition:
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Majority? On that map the average looks to be orangey to a bit red (rather like Corbyn actually) which is about 2-4%.it’s clear the move to suspend has miffed the majority of the country
Id based my statement more on the polls and immediate protests that have popped up everywhere than the map or the petition, but fair enough I was wrong to suggest its "clear", certainly a strong suggestion howeverMajority? On that map the average looks to be orangey to a bit red (rather like Corbyn actually) which is about 2-4%.
I don't think that justifies 'clear' or 'majority'.
There is certainly a vocal minority (at least) who are miffed, but that's always been the case with, for example, the remain and other movements over the years.