It makes sense that the two leaders, a remain-supporting leaver and a leave-supporting remainer, closer to each other than to their own parties, would eventually work together.
At least there are still the Mekons, now reporting from the desert at Joshua Tree. My favourite band in one of my favourite places.
So Corbyn finally does the right thing. But…
He [shadow minister Gardiner] said Labour could not be portrayed as a party that wanted remain at any price.
I don’t understand — what’s the “price”?
The last Brexit vote that had as little legal force as today’s “indicative votes” was the referendum.
“The answer, of course, is not to abandon p-values entirely, but to bear in mind their, and our, limitations.“ — The Guardian (editorial)
It’s rare for a newspaper to have a view on the details of scientific methodology! (But I don’t entirely agree with that view…)
As a distraction from the terrible news, isn’t it funny that the NY Times style guide requires referring to Members of Parliament as “M.P.s”, as opposed to “MPs”, universal in the UK (sorry, “U.K.”)?
At least someone is taking back control.
Just to be clear: the Labour position is that there are achievable versions of Brexit that are better than staying in the EU?