The last thing we should do is encourage an emotional campaign based on wounded pride rather than on hard facts.What if it goes wrong and there is an overwhelming unofficial vote to leave?Well, after the next crash, which is just a matter of time, perhaps I will be here to tell her that I saw it coming.Anyone who can count can see it coming, if he wants.' How on earth are we going to keep the United Kingdom in one piece by being rigid and stubborn?The woeful state of Her Majesty’s Navy is a national shame.Every government that has failed to keep up the strength of the Fleet has paid for it in the end, and it is ridiculous for a trading nation such as we are to neglect seapower.I do not think they won it ‘fairly and squarely’, as David Cameron ludicrously said on Thursday. And things which are wrongly come by tend to turn to dust and ashes in the hands of those who have schemed to get them. I have long believed that Mr Cameron did not intend or expect to win a majority.
He had then just sold off his online dating website Mingle2 to a rival because he was convinced that his calling was in comic-drawing: A series of promotional comics the 29-year-old had drawn for Mingle2 was generating more interest than the website itself.To top it all off, this irrepressible running addict is currently training six days a week to beat the qualifying time (3.05) for the Boston Marathon.When he is not training, the Seattle native occupies his time by finding “fifty bazillion ways” to jibe unapologetically at people – using examples drawn from tech culture, social media, and even animals and grammar.Most of us would accept, with a heavy heart, that this is the horrible price we have to pay for the defeat of IS.But when Russian forces did the same in Aleppo, the action was denounced almost everywhere as a hideous and deliberate war crime. In my view, it’s propaganda – and some of the media’s gullible willingness to believe it.