At the time of writing, the UK is gearing up to an election,, which means many people have talked to me about politics. The terms “left wing” and “right wing” are used, and I easily get confused about these sliding scales, because everyone seems to use them to mean different things. Continue reading The terms Left and Right wing don’t always make sense and people seem to be using them to mean different things
I’m still upset that our nation has voted to leave the EU, and risked financial crisis for no actual benefit.
When I woke to the news I immediately felt sick with worry, worry about the uncertainty to come. The value of the pound had immediately plummeted and I realised that I still needed to buy Euros for our upcoming holiday to Venice. That’ll be more expensive now than a couple of days ago. Continue reading I think many people voted Brexit for all the wrong reasons, blaming immigrants who aren’t at fault
I’ve been on the fence about the EU referendum. It’s a difficult choice, especially when you have to choose between supporting one of these:
Which is like choosing whether to eat dog poo, or horse poo. Both will leave a nasty taste in your mouth.
Today took one of those quizzes that you often see linked on Facebook. I thought it might be interesting to share my opinions about each point, and you can see the decision at the end that the quiz thinks I should vote. Continue reading My answers to a quiz about the EU referendum