What do you really want to know?
T he most popular question from the past week has been “Where did you lose your keys?” This may not come as quite as surprising as you think, depending on your experience with a key locker. I have a reputation as one of the best keysmiths in the area on a daily basis (the key to my office and home are kept in a locked box in one of the other buildings in the district). As part of my daily routine, I travel to New York City to hand-pick keys in person. In the past, I have lost at least one of the keys I picked and had to travel the several miles to the city to retrieve the stolen items. This time, I decided to take the simple approach, pick three of my most valuable keys and then take them to the key locker at my office in the city. What a much better way to start my new job! (See photos of my keys at the end of the post)
For every one person in the EU that wants to stay British, there will be one who won’t, writes Owen Jones
What has the EU ever contributed to the UK? We are the most prosperous, most successful democracy on the planet, with one of the most successful economies in the world, a global economic powerhouse, an internationally recognised military, an internationally recognised civil service, and a global superpower. If anything, there has been more of everything. We have the most productive, most creative and most vibrant societies not only in Europe, but the world.
But we also get a lot of things wrong.
We get it wrong on economics. We get it wrong on social policy. We get it wrong on health, education, poverty and health care. We get it wrong on trade and we get it wrong on international development, so it is not surprising that when the EU is not at the top of the list of things that the UK should be doing, its voters are not doing that too. This is despite us having not one but four major public services that are wholly and wholly reliant on public funding from Brussels.
This is not only true about the European Council and European Parliament. For every one person in the EU that wants to stay British, there will be one who feels entitled to stay. For most of the rest of us, the EU may seem an attractive or useful tool, but we can do so much better than that.
It is a good thing we do not have a right to stay and
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