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Lisbon's in Ireland...
... and Young Fine Gael are urging the youngsters to vote "yes" with the slogan, Enlarge Your Opportunities. The original posters can be found, via Timmy, at Damien Mulley's place, but here are a couple of adaptations.
Yes, I know they're a bit childish, but I can only work with what they give me...
Your humble Devil apologises for his lack of posting: it has become increasingly difficult to actually put quill to vellum, as it were.
It's not purely that the political situation is rather uninspiring, it is also that I have become very much out of the habit of writing (about politics, at least). As such, every time that I fire up the blogging screen, I feel an incredible weariness.
I asked Pete to blog here because I thought that contemplating the actual mechanics of leaving the EU was important: I wanted to know, as much as anything. My reasons for voting Leave are actually very similar to Pete's, i.e. the rebooting of democracy and power structures in this country: however, he has a knowledge of the intricacies of the technical aspects that is beyond mine and I thought these worth setting down, here, for the record.
Michael Gove has, quite honourably, said that it was right for Theresa may to sack him as a minister... "I had six years when I was a government minister. I had a chance to make a difference - I hope that I did."The reforms that Michael Gove made in his time as Education Secretary will come to be seen as the most significant improvements to the British education system since the late 1800s—particularly in the introduction of Free Schools.
Gove made a difference—and his contribution should never be forgotten.