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  1. eFestivals

    2019 Headliners

    I've heard nothing, but that doesn't mean anything either way. Either i hear stuff or I don't.
  2. eFestivals

    General News Discussion

    they will, but what, exactly? The people who signed the letter wouldn't even agree on those. I've just seen Gina Miller claim that May's deal already meets Labour's six tests, too. (it can't be far off - SM for goods, etc). So I reckon Labour will put in a few virtue-signalling amendments that they know won't get supported, for the purpose of helping ensure May's deal goes thru.
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    it was available to ministers last night, but only for them to visit. They couldn't take away a copy.
  4. eFestivals

    General News Discussion

    Corbyn (or his spokesperson?) has just said that he wants to vote down May's brexit plan so that Labour can implement its alternative brexit plan (whatever that is. Cake, anyone?). Fucks sake.
  5. eFestivals

    General News Discussion

    been up all night in the reading room going thru those 500 pages, I guess. Either that or out on the piss on expenses. It'll be one or the other.
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    ah, soz, didn't realise you were talking mostly about the membership. Yeah, agree.
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    Who was the first act you saw at Glastonbury?

    I saw that, was really excited for it, and they were ... just dreadfully flat.
  8. eFestivals

    General News Discussion

    I think Corbyn not being leader will be enough to see plenty of them disappear back into backbench obscurity. ---------- I see Ireland aren't happy at the prospect of an Irish sea border. Fancy that! (wtf did they expect, really? )
  9. eFestivals

    2019 Headliners

    either that, or we're all believing the same wrong stuff. Yeah, I don't think it's odd, particularly with a fallow year.
  10. eFestivals

    Who was the first act you saw at Glastonbury?

    around the same time she was singing backing vocals for Talking Heads. </useless facts I know>
  11. eFestivals

    General News Discussion

    I'd say that in the last few weeks a lot of people who used to deny things about Corbyn are now - sometimes reluctantly - saying that he really needs to go. And I don't really think there's much he can do about that feeling to get those people back on side, either. There might not be a huge number of these types just yet, but the mood has definitely changed recently.
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    General News Discussion

    True, and yet she's got the EU to give a little on that, via a not-(fully)-EU-controlled process. And I'm glad they have given on that, because i'd understand why May - or any PM - couldn't have signed up to the original version.
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    Who was the first act you saw at Glastonbury?

    I've got no memory of it being the first, but googling suggests mine was probably the Psychedelic Furs, in 1986.
  14. eFestivals

    2019 Headliners

    looks like his touring ends in a few days from what's on his website.
  15. eFestivals

    General News Discussion

    May is stretching the truth with the claims she's making, about ending free movement, etc. All she's done is negotiated something that allows her to try to negotiate that sometime in the future. I think the public mood is going to be "get it done", which is why I think parliament will end up voting it thru. And in the future when the real new trade deal is negotiated, there'll be little public focus on it, and the tories will sneak lots of nasty stuff thru.
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