"There are several major issues which a modern Britain faces which localism would, more than any other policy, take a good swing at." Founder Matt Gillow makes the case for a localism.
“The country has united in their grief against this terror, expressing in one voice that “this is not New Zealand”. Representing them is someone who showed the world how a nation effectively responds to an act of terrorism.”
“This brings readers back to the question, are the events that have ensued worth it? The answer remains to be seen, and until the will of the people has been implemented, it will stay this way. “
The scenario that is about to be explained is a worst-case scenario and is not meant to be understood as the definitive way Brexit will go, however, it is a possibility… a scarily plausible one.
“Bigotry and intolerance can be found everywhere. Yet the media focuses on reports of racism in political parties as if they have appeared out of thin air. Meanwhile, repressive anti-terrorist legislation is often passed with barely a mention in the news.”
With the rejection of Labour’s new amendment in Parliament, Corbyn has broken his streak of ambiguity to publicly support this second vote. It is fundamental to set aside party agendas at this point to truly grasp what a second referendum would mean for Britain.