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Thailand's revised draft charter submitted for royal endorsement | Focus

BANGKOK, Feb. 18 (Xinhua) — Thailand’s revised draft constitution has been submitted by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha for royal endorsement and will be revealed later, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam disclosed on Saturday. 235 more words

Southeast Asia

BREXIT BLAIR

It is reported that Tony Blair has given a speech insisting that people voted in ignorance to leave the EU and that they should be persuaded to change their minds. 170 more words

Politics

Game on! – a Scottish gambler speaks

This was Alex Salmond a couple of weeks ago when a single poll detected a ‘surge’ (sic) for Scottish independence:

The surge incidentally was by three percentage points to 49%, commonly known in the arcane world of statistics as a minority. 545 more words

The EU is not interested in holding referendums | GEFIRA

The EU is interested in referendums and democracy like a fish in a bicycle. It is clearly a corporation masked as a free market or as something that stands for democracy etc. 91 more words

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Save us from Tony Blair Again!!

I cannot believe the arrogance of some people! Tony Blair once again sees himself as the saviour of the people – or does he?

This ‘Lancelot’ is really a wolf in sheep’s clothing. 1,075 more words

Opinion

Super Council Could Have £1 Billion Super Debt.

According to Kent Bloggers, the Shepwayvox Team and former Green Party Thanet  Councillor turned blogger Ian Driver, plans to create an East Kent super council, consisting of Canterbury, Dover, Shepway & Thanet councils will create an organisation with astronomic debts of up to £1 billion pounds. 485 more words

Shepwayvox

Vertrauen ist gut, (direktdemokratische) Kontrolle ist besser

Der Zerfall des Vertrauens in die Politik und Institutionen wird als Hauptgrund für die Ablehnung der USR 3 angeführt. In den Umfragedaten ist allerdings kein Rückgang des Vertrauens in Bundesrat, Parlament und Wirtschaft festzustellen – im Gegenteil. 563 more words

Parlament