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Day 21: In 2014, the smallest parliamentary constituency by number of voters was Lakshadweep with 47,972 voters. The largest was Malkajgiri in Andhra Pradesh with 2,953,915 voters!







Ebony state Governor, Umahi says his opponent is a Cockroach that is already finished in APC.







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The Liberal National Party in Queensland has let the domain lapse which offers an opportunity for a rival with an election coming




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Brexit: EU rejects May's request for three-month delay

The European Union is poised to take control of Britain’s exit by rejecting Theresa May’s request for a three-month delay and setting a new withdrawal date of no later than 22 May.

The prime minister is seeking an extension of the negotiating period to 30 June to allow the necessary legislation to be passed should she finally get MPs to back her deal next week.

But EU ambassadors at a meeting late on Wednesday night agreed that the risks of having the UK as a member state beyond 23 May, when European elections are due, were too high.

Sources said that during the discussions some member states had favoured “a longer period and some a shorter” but that the room coalesced around 22 May as the absolute limit.

The heads of state and government will hold a discussion this afternoon, after being addressed by Theresa May, and will have to agree unanimously on the extension on the date to be written into its summit communique.

“The 22 May has to be the limit,” one senior diplomat said. “The reason is that there has got to be a very clear message from the European council. Yes, to a short extension on condition that the prime minister passes her deal through the Commons. But beyond that it is utterly complicated. It cannot be done without British MEPs having been elected.”

Speaking to The Guardian, the European parliament’s Brexit coordinator, Guy Verhofstadt, said: “There will be a problem with June. It is absolutely not in the interests of the European union for it to beyond the date of the European elections.”

Unusually, draft council conclusions, the summit communique issued at the end of meetings of the leaders, were not circulated among the ambassadors.

Sources said the EU’s leaders would have a freewheeling debate about the extension request.

The position taken by the ambassadors represents a shift in mood of the member states who had been reluctant to accept the European commission’s conclusion that an extension could not go beyond 23 May without British MEPs being elected.

The EU’s legal service had indicated that 1 July was the real “legal backstop” for an extension as it is on the 2 July that the parliament convenes.

But the chaos in Westminster has convinced the EU capitals of the dangers that the UK would end up remaining a member state beyond even then without British MEPs having been elected. Such a result could leave the EU’s institutions in “paralysis”, the bloc’s lawyers have advised.

The prime minister’s insistence in her letter seeking an extension, and in the Commons, that she would not hold elections while in Downing Street helped to crystallise the EU’s thinking, sources said.

The ambassadors on Wednesday night did agree that the Strasbourg papers, in which the EU has offered fresh assurances over the temporary nature of the Irish backstop, would be adopted by the leaders.

There was a debate among the diplomats over whether the EU would write in a date into their summit communique on Thursday, but it was eventually agreed that they should.

There remains a chance that the extension could be even shorter than 22 May, as the British authorities would need time to organise elections. But a delay of a few weeks would be likely to solve little, senior diplomats had argued. “It would be useless,” said one.

Verhofstadt, a former Belgian prime minister, said it was time for May to work cross-party to find a majority. “The problem is that Brexit is not being treated as an existential crisis on the table of British politics but as an element in a war between the Conservatives and Labour”, he said.

The Netherlands just became America 2.0

You know when trump won and that was a big deal? Well, in the Netherlands, his practical equivalent just won with his godforsaken party, too.

There’s gonna be a protest against it, but it seems like the majority of the voters (of course, young white men) actually wanted him to win. I never realized I’m in a country that’s so racist and sexist until now. This is disgusting. What can we do??

Post 153: Yellow vest protests -Violence returns to streets of Paris

Read: 17 March 2019

Fouquet’s - an upscale restaurant popular with politicians and celebrities - was vandalised, as was a Boss menswear store. Rioters also set fire to the luxury Longchamp handbag store.

The yellow vest-ers started off protesting the rising fuel prices in France but the movement is now symbolic as a movement against France’s elitism.

President Macron has travelled all over the country to find out the problems that led to this and try to find solutions.

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Brexit: Dear Brits, please LEAVE ALREADY! German news satire “heute show…

Welp. That’s a worrying development.

It’s usually dictators that come out and speak to the nation about how the source of government/law making is not on their side, is a bad place.

If you’d not been following what’s been going on in the Houses of Parliament (and many haven’t, it takes time and effort to keep up to date and a large part of the country just can’t) you might believe her.

What about when all this is over? We still need our processes/parliament. This was a very dangerous, reckless and scary move.

She Trumped Us.

Come to the grey room at 2. We’ll fill your head full of shit for three hours. You’ll remember nothing. You’ll die of boredom. Everyone will, including the furniture. Including the oxygen. Afterwards we’ll bury ourselves in the roadworks outside KFC. In a thousand years we’ll be dug up by transparent wankers who’ll pickle and sell us as clearance meatballs in IKEA Croydon. If you don’t attend we will send The Piss to get you.