The Worldwide Weblog of Donald Pincher

by Joshua Gaskell

Tag: EU Referendum

Sunday, 16th October 2016

Resit culture, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈriːsɪt ˈkʌltʃə/
Etymology: < resit n. + culture n.

1. Educ. The practice of pupils resitting exams until they get the desired result.
2. Polit. The practise of electorates resitting referendums until they return the desired result.

Sunday, 21st August 2016

The characters from The Office discuss the possibility of a second EU referendum:

The Second Referendum

Saturday, 2nd July 2016

Britain is a starkly divided country. It’s divided between those who voted leave and those who voted remain; between young and old; rich and poor; London and the rest of England; England and Wales, and Scotland; and it is divided between those who applaud ideas of which they approve and those who prefer to say ‘whoo’.

Friday, 1st July 2016

Former prime minister Benjamin Disraeli breaks his long silence to comment on the referendum result: ‘There are actually four kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, statistics, and things the leave campaign said.’

Monday, 27th June 2016

Some people are saying that it’s unclear what our post-Brexit immigration policy is going to be. But it’s very clear: we’re going to have

  • An Australian system,
  • An Australian-style system,
  • An Australian-style points system,
  • An Australian-style, points-based system,
  • An Australian-based, points-style system,
  • An Australian points style-based system, or
  • A system-based, points-style Australian.


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