The European Parliament’s outreach team (or “institutional, non-partisan communication action”) is encouraging us to sign up at This Time I’m Voting. I will be, as I always do — assuming, of course, that we in the UK are able to.
Ah, Carrot. You make checking the weather a joy.
The petition has crossed the three million mark.
Rafael Behr has a great piece in The Guardian about May being finished.
It even has a Hamilton reference.
About to head out to the school for our last ever parents’ evening.
And it’s over a million.
Parliamentary petitions, including “Revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU,” have a “Show on a map” feature. I note without comment that the second-most signatures of any London constituency are currently in Islington North. Its MP is one J Corbyn.
As the big “Revoke Article 50″ petition approaches 600,000 signatures:
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I think we broke parliament.uk. Which feels like some kind of metaphor.
Off to the cinema and apparently back to the nineties tonight.
I love Star Trek: Discovery, but the latest episode, ‘Project Daedalus,’ was infuriating, because they didn’t use an obvious and well-established feature of the programme to get out of a fatal situation.