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Questions relating to the government and politics of the United Kingdom, including that of Scotland, Wales, England, and Northern Ireland.

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When the NHS was founded in 1948 homoeopathic treatments were not completely disapproved of Several founding hospitals of the NHS were homoeopathic see https://www.britishhomeopathic.org/homeopathy/ …
answered Sep 20 by Vorsprung
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As reported here https://inews.co.uk/news/brexit/nigel-farage-brexit-party-no-deal-commons-vote-boris-johnson-video/ just a few days ago, Nigel Farage has said that if Boris is backing a "no deal" the …
answered Sep 7 by Vorsprung
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Are people becoming more hostile towards each other over the voting? I live in the UK. I have numerous friends who live there too, but are of non-UK origin. Many of them have told me about incr …
answered Feb 15 by Vorsprung
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Jean-Claude Juncker has already said, months ago that the UK is heading for another extension, see https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/may/23/jean-claude-juncker-criticises-mps-prioritising-theresa …
answered Sep 4 by Vorsprung
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The EU thought that the UK wasn't "serious" to start with. They couldn't understand why the UK would want to leave the relationship. The government carrying out the negotiations had many, often contr …
answered Nov 25 '18 by Vorsprung
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Here's three things he claimed that the EU does wrong He claimed we should leave the EU because it would alter our immigration controls vs the EU He also said that EU membership costs the UK £55 …
answered Dec 1 '18 by Vorsprung
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Note: See answer from @jonita the EU Parliment have agreed to offer an extension if asked for one. So the original question is asking about something that will not happen. However, here's a few note …
answered Sep 19 by Vorsprung
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The whole point of democracy is to represent the people's views in Government, right? The whole point of democracy is as a theatre that tells the story that "the people" control "the government" …
answered Dec 1 '18 by Vorsprung
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If he calls an election then it's possible he will gain a greater majority than he had (at the moment he has no majority of course). This will mean that not only for Brexit, but for other stuff he wa …
answered Sep 4 by Vorsprung
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Another way to look at it is that it is not "..practical for Britain to carry out trade talks with the European Union in parallel with the divorce talks." This is because the basis for trade with the …
answered Nov 20 '17 by Vorsprung
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Of course the Brexit party is "unpopular" with the existing parties. It isn't their party In any electoral situation, parties go against each other and the Brexit party is no different The Brexit pa …
answered Sep 17 by Vorsprung