ukpol, bojo the nazi clown
Britain First leader officially joins Conservative Party: 'Boris Johnson is like us' | The Independent
Literal neonazis see our prime minister as one of their people.
I dunno what else you can really say to that.
In case you needed to hate Jeff Bezos even more this morning: did you know that there's a .amazon TLD, and the nations of Brazil and Peru rightfully tried to sue Amazon.com for claiming it, but Amazon.com won the suit. This is so many layers of disgusting I can't even begin to catalog them.
People who make a voting plan in advance (what time they’ll go, which route they’ll take etc.) are significantly more likely to vote on the day. So make a plan! https://t.co/YOzLavjaN5
There's a whole lot of people without polling cards this time and a lot of confusion about it. Make sure people know its not necessary if you're registered.
If anyone tries to stop you voting because of no polling card, report it. It's misconduct.
REMEMBER if you registered to vote but you don't have a polling card, *YOU CAN STILL VOTE.*
Go along to your polling station and give them your name and address, they will find you on the roll.
I forget mine a lot, I've never had a problem doing it this way.
This is one of the best webpages I think I’ve ever read...
#Autumn The trees are losing there leaves and, on the heavily landscaped streets of Milton Keynes, crossing the road has become a little bit easier
Social justice is a library issue; libraries are a social justice issue
"Everyone understands English,
but nobody understands England."
EU Commission President
I have a #pronoun conundrum. Suppose I'm introducing my doctor friend to someone. I would say, "this is Dee, he is a doctor" or "this is Dee, she is a doctor". So if I was using the singular they, would I say, "this is Dee, they is a doctor"? Replacing "is" with "are" would sound more natural but would that deny the singular nature of the "they"?
live in Britain/keen European
Pronouns, he/him or they/them
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko