She doesn't know what she is doing
She knows exactly what she is doing
"I will design a town in the image of your face. Round the wrinkles of your eyes my footsteps you can trace. We could promenade down infra-nasel depression. The streets of your hands will never feel a recession."
Now you've gone past 500 pages, how's this thread going? In my view, the campaign illustrates that our politics is at the lowest of ebbs. To what extent will this post achieve consensus?
Wow what a contrast between Cameron and Gove on Sky.Cameron looked uncomfortable and clearly did not appeal to the audience whilst Gove was assured,likeable and got on well with the audience.Clearly the Leave campaign is gaining momentum.
Def a potential Prime Minister.
It's going well,some strong opinions from some strong posters on both sides,old alliances strained and new alliances formed.......the vote is going only one way and that is through 'gritted' teeth we will remain,have postal voted out myself.
It shows how split the country is on this and well...........if North stand chat is around in 15 years (?) it would be good thread to bump.
In Deo Fidemus we know our history,yet we embrace change-Hello from the real Brighton
Posh? i'd say a non clock watcher,an early riser,creator of ones own fortune,a grafter,a clever dick,an inheritor,a late home type,one that makes sacrifice,gifted maybe.
Here’s the Press Association account of the member of the audience who compared Michael Gove to a first world war general.
Michael Gove was accused of being like a First World War general sending his men over the top with no idea what was on the other side as he faced a public grilling on the EU referendum.
Andrew Carnegie, who runs a small business making parts for intensive care units, asked Gove to set out a detailed economic plan for the UK’s future outside of the EU.
He said: “I think the answer is there is no economic plan. It appears to me that you are asking people to vote for a divorce and sort out the financial settlement afterwards and that makes no sense to me.
“With all due respect Mr Gove, it appears to me it’s almost like a first world war general. You are waving the flag, you are saying ‘over the top men’ but you have no idea what’s on the frontline or what the casualty rate will be in the conflicts to come.”
Gove replied: “It’s certainly an arresting image, the First World War image. What I’m putting my faith in is the ingenuity, creativity and the strength of the British people.
“Many of those who are arguing we should remain are trying to frighten you by saying that it would be impossible for Britain to succeed. They are saying that Britain is too small, too poor and we are all too stupid to be able to succeed on the outside.
“I comprehensively reject that.”
No plan, no clue, no hope.