Living In The UK?


Democracy calls.

Jill Bryson writes:

Please remind your readers that all UK-resident Irish citizens can vote in UK general elections and that the deadline to register for this one is tonight at precisely 11.59 p.m.

Registration here is quick and painless.

Every vote for the coalition of chaos counts.


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6 thoughts on “Living In The UK?

  1. Eoin

    Voting these days is like getting to pick you’re executioner before go to the chopping block. You still loose your head no matter what.

    1. MoyestWithExcitement

      This time the UK has the choice between a far right party that want to lock up journalists and take food away from scholchildren and who are run by utter clowns or a party that want to invest in social care and human value but are run by grumpy old men. It *should* be an easy decision that don’t smile enough to make people comfortable.

      1. MoyestWithExcitement

        *grumpy old men who don’t smile enough to make people feel comfortable. It should be an easy decision.

  2. munkifisht

    Applied for my postal vote last week.

    The word Tory us probably from Irish toraidhe ‘outlaw, highwayman’, from tóir ‘pursue’. The word was used of Irish peasants dispossessed by English settlers and living as robbers, and extended to other marauders especially in the Scottish Highlands. It was then adopted c. 1679 as an abusive nickname for supporters of the Catholic James II.


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