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  1. To be fair, the acts I'm looking at, Slow Reader's Club and Idlewild, will probably be playing at the same time as the Cult - so hopefully that will be the bigger pull and there won't be any crowd issues anyway. I just wee a lot so it's useless me getting anywhere early for a good spot!
  2. IS there a bar and more importantly, toilets, in the Woodland stage area?
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    Avalon lineup 2019

    Are we assuming that acts listed here and on the first poster are playing a main stage AND Avalon?
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    AOC at Glastonbury?

    Do people still defend their right to be offensive by simply yelling "triggered"? Hey, 2017 called, they want their tedious catchphrase back.
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    AOC at Glastonbury?

    I can't believe that Glastonbury has started getting into politics. It just interferes with the music and fun. Can't we just have one weekend away where my vile right wing populism goes unchallenged?
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    Saturday Headliner Poll

    I mean thinking about it, I'd probably not go on my own to Hot Chip, if everyone I knew was going to Chems. But I'm hoping that's not going to be the case.
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    Saturday Headliner Poll

    Easy one for me. I'll be at Hot Chip. The most disappointing thing for me is that I'm sure there will be a large split in my dancey friends between the options. I hope they don't all choose the Chems.
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    Brexit at Glasto?

    Fair enough. Personally I think the idiots need to be restricted as much as possible to avoid them causing damage to themselves and the rest of us.
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    Brexit at Glasto?

    We don't want a 3 way vote though! I think that (No Deal or May's Deal) has a chance of sneaking through against remain. You need to be onboard the stitch up train.
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    Brexit at Glasto?

    that's the whole point. A 3 way vote would obviously be unfair because the leave vote is split, so the hard remain option is to balance it out. I don't think any one would really fall for this trick, but it is a fun thing to suggest on Leave Supporting forums. Trust me!
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    Brexit at Glasto?

    Ha, I remember playfully suggesting these 4 votes, particularly the one I highlighted, ages ago. A hard remain to counter claims that a 3 way vote would be unfair on the leave options. I don't see it happening now. A "confirmation vote" would still only be 2 options imo. And obviously that'll have to be whatever deal is on the table (and acceptable to the EU) and remain.
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    Brexit at Glasto?

    That's the key point. There's no majority for a 2nd referendum, sure, but it'll win in a head to head with most other options.
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    Brexit at Glasto?

    Nah a stitch up is fine with me. It'll be like when we wanted Proportional Representation and instead they made us chose between FPTP and Alternative Vote. And then when FPTP won they said "well that's the matter closed then". Remain vs May's deal in a referendum is one of the only ways the Brexit saga ends.
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    Brexit at Glasto?

    I agree. I think he get some stuff on workers rights and some other things; stuff that's kinda better than nothing but inconsequential compared to the scale of Brexit. And that's where my support of Corbyn will end permanently. I've always been quite optimistic about the chances of a second ref, but I'm less so at the moment. I think something will pass now, if so all we can hope is that we leave as Softly as possible. As I said yesterday, whatever deal (or lack of deal) we leave with, we'll slowly get more re-entwined with the EU over time, but without having a voice at the table. Which is fucking stupid.
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    Brexit at Glasto?

    I don't think we're getting a referendum via Corbyn. I'm hoping that another situation develops where parliament delivers one. Not optimistic.
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