And there it is...
No action, just a promise to act in the future.
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@RunningInCircles I constantly see that whenever politicians determine that chutzpah wins, they typically get away with it. Incredible arrogance here - and Raab's attitude and dismissive attitude overlaps with both Cummings and Rees-Mogg - but, yes, it'll likely blow over fast.
I would like to say you are wrong. Not because I want to disagree with you, but that I don't like the situation you describe.
But I feel you have it nailed.
@RunningInCircles I hope I'm wrong. I watched the first half of the debate and had to go out for a walk I was so depressed by it. My analysis here is formed by results in the Czech Republic as well as elsewhere, but sadly I see the patterns repeat. Civil society is a funny bugger in the UK, though, both vigorous in places and diverse, so it throws up surprises often.
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