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  1. your vote is only useless if you fail to cast it
  2. Probably no one owns emails, however the content will be protected by copyright and possibly also assertions of confidentiality either in the body of the text or a presumption of confidentiality based on the nature of the material or side agreement between sender and recipient(s) that the material will be be kept confidential. I suppose there will also be cases where court orders prevent public disclosure of some information.
  3. If your nephew ignores the website suggestions can he actually browse the web site? If not then I'd suggest the site has been blocked by the kindle. Try looking at things like parental controls and similar things.
  4. indeed it does, however it will take land that will be needed for growing food and other useful things and it take upwards of 4 years to grow one of a decent size so what do we do until then?
  5. it's not trolling though unless you are going to call the thousands who have posted their experiences on the internet liars then there are certainly situations where windows 10 is noticably slower than windows 7 as with all operating systems, performance depends on hardware, configuration and applications.
  6. Given that the HRA is the incorporation of the ECHR into UK law and the ECHR applies to governments, public authorities, and private bodies which perform public function then it probably doesn't.
  7. There have been several versions of this over the years https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ut116mBuPpg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrwIs10XvKA
  8. gerald the gorilla we all had a teacher like this
  9. ever fallen in love with an opera singer? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-PhO3n61Qo
  10. there is enough case law to demonstrate that there is nothing incompatible with a whole life tariff and the ECHR. you cant quite lock people up and throw away the key but the requirements are not that onerous and as long as they are followed there wont be a problem.
  11. Bohemian Rhapsody on a sofa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojRj2JK5oCI
  12. a vote of no confidence and either a caretaker leader to arrange an extension followed by a general election or a government of national unity to negotiate a deal, possibly arrange a confirmatory referendum and then have a general election
  13. as far as i'm aware, May wasn't going to prorogue parliament. the supreme court has been consistent in it's support for parliamentary soverignty against an executive intent on suppressing it.
  14. i'm not entirely clear how brexit is going to reduce poverty, improve social mobility or solve real life problems. Most of the visible supporters of Brexit, seem to be from the wing of the party which favours the sort of economics which drove the Thatcher governments to deindustrialise the north and midlands, which certainly improved poverty (though only in the sense it made lots of people poorer).
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