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  • Neil Fraser
    Neil Fraser 2 hours ago

    A lot has changed since this video has been made.

  • Marc Evans
    Marc Evans 2 hours ago

    We ain’t fuking leaving on the 31st or ever we owe to much (governments fault) just be like me and get on with your fuking lives who gives a shit if your against a law then face it I’m against tv licence so I’ve stopped paying it and ripped my fucking aerial out it I no longer have faith in our government and local council so I’ve stopped paying taxes all payment taxes that is I know you pay taxes on fuel and food etc “ before the clever dicks start having a pop”

  • OofYeet
    OofYeet 2 hours ago

    I would argue that the increase in suicides, depression and usage in alcohol and tobacco is more to do with certain types of people being more attracted to weed than someone who isn't

  • 1 of a hundred
    1 of a hundred 3 hours ago

    Civil war 31st October!

  • Alex Such
    Alex Such 4 hours ago

    Leave on 31st, no deal!

  • nightshadowend
    nightshadowend 5 hours ago

    The arguments against legalization are actually worthless. Electricity thing is a joke, not even an argument. Harmful thing is just an assumption. Gateway drug, as mentioned works in both ways. Driving when high should be of course illegal like alcohol. This ban on weed is stupid. This argument is also stupid. We could also argue stuff like "should we ban chocolate?" " should we ban scissors?" " should we ban pink pants?" I am sure that we can come up with some reasons to ban those mentioned, but they would be all junk, like the ones mentioned here for banning the weed.

  • Adr
    Adr 6 hours ago

    And all this to escape from the tax avoidance law created by Europe in january 2016, that's why rich people financed Brexit. Thanks to this UK will crash in crisis and won't be "able" to mantain NHS nor the pensions, rejoice rich people with your media you have convinced the poor to fight each other and become even poorer.

  • Carlos Valentim
    Carlos Valentim 6 hours ago

    Get out now, no deals the EU are already taking over our defence

  • lee C
    lee C 7 hours ago

    Hmmm. You haven't mentioned that all trade the UK does with the rest of the world? The trade we do with the EU is only 12% the other 88% is done with the rest of the world. Also France for example can not afford to lose trade with the UK there is over 60 million people in the UK that's a market they can't afford not to supply then you would say yeah but it's all going to get held up at the border hmmm no it won't think your a buyer you ask for all your fruit and vegetables to arrive fresh if it doesn't you don't pay for it then the seller is at a loss again they can't afford that so in reality thing's won't really change much the one thing that will change is the UK can do trade with who the hell they want and being the fact most new trade deals have already been done. Okay not signed off yet because they can't because we're still officially in the EU and have to and have to honour that but the Day we leave pen gets put to paper and deals signed. The rule states you can't do a deal with another country until you are out of the EU well it's only a deal when contract's are signed .fucking wake up people smell the coffee the EU isn't be all end all yes we still want to trade with them as they do with us but why should you have to ask is it ok if we trade with another country? And as far as the offsetting mentioned in this video that's bull shit only 30 % is offset example we give the EU 350 billion each year we only get back in offset 85 billion. So who's gaining? Also again using France as an example ther climate for growing is better than than the UK therefore more productive. so why the fuck should we be subsidising it ???

  • Ke St
    Ke St 7 hours ago

    Its the greater European Reich with its Governor Generals, France and Germany must have all the industry everyone else must tag along.

  • Toby Bau
    Toby Bau 7 hours ago

    From a GER perspective, or the People i have spoken. We feel sad about it and it will hurt both UK and the EU and if its done wrong ireland very hard. So better if not, but also no descision we have to decide. Joining the EU is possible so leaving must also be possible in a good way an manner. The process cost far to much attention and takes to much time the EU has to solve other external problems too. In some way also UK harms the image of The EU mostly the leavers party because they focus with there agruments only on negativ side and are blind for the postive aspect of the partnership EU. It is like in a marriage not everything is fine but non or less it has reasons for a partnership. So finish the process asap in one or other way but asap and avoid more damage to the image of the EU an new focus on other partners and trade agreements negotiations ect. get back to normal topics.

  • Thanasis
    Thanasis 8 hours ago

    I love it when you call me senorita oh la la la

  • Hey Hello
    Hey Hello 9 hours ago

    Of course eu needs uk!i mean who don’t fucking needs to get the nightmare down from its own head😂😂😂

  • red drib
    red drib 9 hours ago

    It's good to remember Comey's announcement and Clinton's pop vote

  • hayley s
    hayley s 9 hours ago

    It's been legal in my country (Canada) for a while now, and so far the only negative aspect is that lots of public areas now have that horrible smell associated with it.

  • Richard Cohen
    Richard Cohen 9 hours ago

    Not convincing at all. Skirting the real issues of Agenda 21 and the cost to indigenous Brits to support migrants.

  • Richard Cohen
    Richard Cohen 9 hours ago

    Globalist like the EU are intent on redistribution of wealth. Trade means nothing when Agenda 21 means the EU forces the UK to support and endorse poor, unemployable migrants who burden tax payers.

  • Kevin McAlpin
    Kevin McAlpin 9 hours ago

    georgia has it criminalized, but several towns have been decriminalizing, the capitol most importantly.

    • Kevin McAlpin
      Kevin McAlpin 9 hours ago

      also my town's police still love cracking down on it, but county has meth heads and robberies so they let us off for small amounts usually.

  • Ondrej Steger
    Ondrej Steger 10 hours ago

    What if we turn the problem around - EU wants to protect "something" on the single market with the backstop. Mainly tariffs, quality, immigration etc. Why does not UK need such a backstop on their side? They do not want to protect UK market against dumping EU prices, poor quality of goods from Eastern Europe or immigrants - namely Polish, Romanians, Czechs or Africans? Why is EU so "cautios" and UK so "relaxed"? :)

  • FCbisleybob
    FCbisleybob 10 hours ago

    You have missed the one actual option that has been agreed that it would work and would imediately take us out without a deal. Check your facts.

  • Jagged Frost
    Jagged Frost 10 hours ago

    It is amusing that you came to that conclusion while slanting all the “negatives” without foundation and ignoring all of the factors and fact that he was never a Republican President. He runs their party which is interesting but he has governed near the center. This means that there are aspects of his base that you may have a hard time quantifying. Republicans really have nowhere to go. He holds the purse stings but there are a lot of center-leftists who would never admit publicly to their support but so long as Trump owns the center and paddles to the Right there is little the Democratic Party can do to oust him... especially sense the Democratic Party is broke.

  • Astro Mec
    Astro Mec 10 hours ago

    I think they should ban cigarettes and instead legalize marijuana. Smoking kills more ppl and is more harmful than weed!

  • Shaun
    Shaun 11 hours ago

    I'm a British citizen, I've lived abroad, throughout Europe for the past 26 years, I'm 35 which basically means I'm more European than English. I'm soon to be married to a German woman and am probably going to apply for German nationality to negate all this Brexit mayhem because no-one, not even the British Embassy seems capable of giving a clear explanation on what will happen to us Brits living throughout Europe. I'm not the only one either I have quite a few friends in the same frame of mind and it's appalling to have to think this is the easiest and best option for us. Anyway great videos thank you so much for keeping us informed, carry on!

  • Señor Grizzzly
    Señor Grizzzly 11 hours ago

    Those stubborn Irish not wanting another civil war, how unreasonable

  • Paul Gee
    Paul Gee 11 hours ago

    Scottish Naionalists, why the hell are there more now since before they chose to stay ? As a socialist , I dislike Nationalists, Free Trade Capitalists and Theocratic imposed law. My tolerance does have limits. When freedom is unregulated by convensions of law, that through lie and decietful promises, as made during Brexit, the whole system is shown to be a greedy sham, for the advantage of people not wanting to cooperate for anything but thier own selfish desires. In short Tea party Republicism. If the die for ones country as a Nationalist is really what people are so adament about. Then open some fields for mass mellee and let em get on with it. I'm sure there are enough Nationalistic idots to get private medical care and funneral provision, to ensure the flag waving mindwashed learn again, what Wilfred Owens Duce et Decorum Est is about.

  • Ivor the driver
    Ivor the driver 12 hours ago

    SNP =MEDIA LOVING TORMENTED ARMANI MANNEQUINS LLF

  • Bill Nelson
    Bill Nelson 12 hours ago

    As a yankee ... I don't understand how Jeremy Corbyn is in his position if he is so universally disliked and not respected ... can you explain please.

  • Sheila Butterworth
    Sheila Butterworth 12 hours ago

    Scot,s have your own vote to leave the UK. And remain EU. Go but don't hold us up from leaving EU first. EU. Hold there 27 country,s together. But at the same time split the UK up. Aaaaa. Cunning.

  • peterhoz
    peterhoz 12 hours ago

    2:07 Tasmanians scream OI!

  • AngliscSaxon
    AngliscSaxon 13 hours ago

    Good riddance to the biased shit

  • skashax777x
    skashax777x 13 hours ago

    Weed is not a gateway drug, trauma is the gateway to drug dependency! you forgot to mention the sister plant hemp, that can be use for food, clothing, rope, house insulation, renewable paper, bio diesel, biodegradable plastic, etc also with this please cover the drug laws and the history of the drug issues in Portugal as this is closely tied to this topic

  • tkzsfen
    tkzsfen 13 hours ago

    if lousy weather is a good reason not to go out and vote, then better don't think about voting at all...

  • David Murray
    David Murray 13 hours ago

    While I appreciate that the arguments for legalisation are generally stronger than the arguments against, I do feel that the pros and cos part of the video could have done with a bit more balance.

  • Kent Raquet
    Kent Raquet 14 hours ago

    Kids are harmed; suicide, drop out, and depression? Has anyone considered that maybe that is backwards. Maybe those kids are more likely to turn to marijuana because they already have other problems. Look up 'rat park addiction'. However, i have heard of research that shows possible problems for developing brains. So that just means an age limit like alcohol.

  • gnomiovi
    gnomiovi 14 hours ago

    its powers... not it's powers

  • Patrik Szabó
    Patrik Szabó 14 hours ago

    Looking at how the top list of foreign aid recipients correlates with the top list of where refugees are coming from, two things are very clear. One is that developed countries had better spend more on foreign aid in their own interests because it could help avoid another refugee crisis. The other is that the way all that foreign aid is spent is terribly ineffective and requires some scrutiny.

  • Sir Illuminati
    Sir Illuminati 14 hours ago

    please stop saying marijuana. its use started in america to associate it with Mexicans. it's just called cannabis or weed...

  • pipflip28
    pipflip28 15 hours ago

    I am a staunch supporter of this idea. Sooner we get a movement going for it the better!! Brexit is the trigger for it after all.

  • Mark Balcombe
    Mark Balcombe 15 hours ago

    So now we have nasty sweeteners

  • likklej8
    likklej8 16 hours ago

    All by products of cannabis should legal. Classification of what are mostly herbs or plants is illogical.

  • halvars90
    halvars90 16 hours ago

    Does the UK Really Need the EU?

  • kodaloid
    kodaloid 16 hours ago

    Legalise yes, but under strict control and treat it like we treat cigarettes now with no opportunity to advertise. Personally I think alcohol (regardless how much I enjoy it) needs more focus in the conversation as you'd think in this day and age it'd be actually less socially acceptable, at least in my opinion.

  • StigandStem
    StigandStem 16 hours ago

    Don’t care so long as there neutral and not such a twat giving bias to reamoaners.

  • Sky Cloud
    Sky Cloud 17 hours ago

    If it gets legalised then at least keep the damn stuff far away from me. Nasty gunky stuff. Hopefully it will still stay away from food products, so I don't have to avoid restaurants and supermarket foods that may lace it in like they already do with addictive sugars and sweeteners. I think if it's heading towards legalisation then at least think of some newer legislation to protect non-users from unfairly wrought second-hand psychosis and addiction.

  • Mick Kennedy
    Mick Kennedy 17 hours ago

    Does the British Establishment Really Need the British Empire Colony of N.Ireland? -- British Colonialism Explained

  • Jacob Derbyshire
    Jacob Derbyshire 17 hours ago

    Right so my take is from a users perspective and have smoked cannabis for around 4 years. Also I've been diagnosed with several mental disorders from before my use began, primarily adhd bpd and majour depression. 6 years ago I went to see a doctor about my issues and started what I would call the worst 4 years of my life my doctor started me on several medications several medications including numerous snri ssri anti psychotic medication valium lithium and so many more. All of this started when I was 13, 5 weeks ago I decided that the medication wasn't really doing anything for me I'd been taking them for years and I still struggled with the same day to day issues, so I decided no more prescribed medication for me. I've bought a few ounces of Moroccan gold seal from an old timer friend and I smoke some skunk too but not in large amounts and honestly I knew going cold turkey on my medication was going to be hard but cannabis has been the only drug anywhere that I've used that has been able to stop what I've dubbed as my internal noise and been able to provide a calm mind, cannabis has been a saviour for me from a life long endeavour with prescription drugs

  • L cW
    L cW 17 hours ago

    Just because there is a correlation between cannabis and e.g. suicide doesn't mean it's the causation of it or even has anything to do with it. That kinda seems like a non sequitur

  • Magnus Bergner
    Magnus Bergner 17 hours ago

    That weed grown indoors under growlamps requires electricity is a fact. That commercial growers would use this method is an asinine assumption. You'd obviously use a greenhouse if you for some reason couldn't grow it under open sky. The electricity argument is specious.

  • Richard Frith
    Richard Frith 18 hours ago

    Britain should bow, Britain should, Britain must, Britain has too, Britain would, Britain’s not, Britain’s unwillingness, it all you hear, border does the Eu other states have hard borders with non Eu citizenship ,, but as Ireland they are for one , they just want to take the piss. Be thankful BORIS has a set of balls, or even look at history the French have screwed U.K. EVERY OPPORTUNITY, EVERY OPPORTUNITY, THROUGH OUT HISTORY

  • James Hardaker
    James Hardaker 18 hours ago

    Making it legal for big companies to milk recreational drugs for profit is just dumb. The companies are obligated to increase profits. Make it legal to grow for personal use and small sales. This is how the Netherlands does it and it's fine. Our environment is already abused enough - growing fun drugs on it is a massive waste. We need food. Once a global supply chain is established to mass produce it, it will be too big to fail / remove - just like nicotine

  • Laurie Waplington
    Laurie Waplington 18 hours ago

    They're elected to represent all the people, not just those who voted for them. The actual percentage of the population that voted Brexit is small with varying beliefs of what Brexit would be. A no deal Brexit is not the will of the people and parliament knows it

  • illuzual
    illuzual 19 hours ago

    I don't think the UK government would ever legalise weed unfortunately. UK is always ran as a nanny state. I think they feel work productivity would dip if they allowed legal consumption of weed.

  • Alex Corrado
    Alex Corrado 19 hours ago

    The irony of it all - the streets

  • jbgrooves
    jbgrooves 19 hours ago

    Things have changed sense this was published in July. Now a Blue Tidal Wave is coming Nov 2020 and the Trump/republican loss could be historic in scope.

    • jbgrooves
      jbgrooves Hour ago

      Neil Fraser it’s nice to know that your tinfoil hat allows you to support the president surrounded by the most convicted criminals of any president in US history. The Blue Tidal Wave is going to sweep trump and the republicans out of power in 2020.

    • Neil Fraser
      Neil Fraser 2 hours ago

      jbgrooves Haha with who? All the Dem candidates are garbage except for Gabbard. Biden and Warren are the front runners, they’re not going to be able to compete with Trump no wonder what you think of the man.

  • Rodrigo Vaamonde
    Rodrigo Vaamonde 19 hours ago

    I think marijuana should be legal but only for private property and designated areas. Making shady places illegal for the usage avoiding gangs gathering and making neighborhoods more dangerous. Also avoiding affecting other people, or a task that you might be performing.

  • lennyw99
    lennyw99 20 hours ago

    Boris’s real intention was always obvious. He and his supporters incriminate themselves in almost every interview when they link the suspension of parliament with the need to leave the EU. They deliberately planned to deny parliamentary scrutiny of their plan to drag the U.K. out of the EU “do or die”. Half the country went out on the streets protesting against the “coup” so it becomes hard to deny it... and remember even Boris’ brother Jo couldn’t stand by him. Roll on the Supreme Court judgement. Let’s hope they save our representative democracy from the mob rule “will of the people” hysteria whipped up by the Brextremists.

  • GDKLockout
    GDKLockout 20 hours ago

    Its ... A ... Plant....... It grows everywhere, impossible to get rid of it as long as people want to use it. Not my bag baby, but the dumbest thing ever to make it illegal.

  • Tespri
    Tespri 20 hours ago

    They do, they in fact had openly declared independent Britain as economic threat.

  • redhat3224
    redhat3224 20 hours ago

    Do a video on the UK election system which might not properly resemble the people's will in parliament.

  • Tinker Taylor
    Tinker Taylor 20 hours ago

    No

  • Shane Gallagher
    Shane Gallagher 21 hour ago

    Here's a solution, get the British out of Ireland for good & fuck want the DUP want, a small minority still running the island of Ireland's future.

  • Jasinto Samora
    Jasinto Samora 22 hours ago

    You are right trump will get reselected in 2020 but I agree not for the reasons you mentioned. The reason for his reselection is that he already bought the 2020 selection when he gave the filthy greedy rich dogs their tax cuts. To the best of my knowledge all presidential puppets that do that are always or almost always reselected. Unless they betray him and select someone else.

  • Gevan Lappido
    Gevan Lappido 22 hours ago

    Re-unite Ireland and let Britain play out their hacked Election... We have bigger issues to take care of. Britain is sad, yes, but not as important as climate change, nuclear war and AI....

  • midnighfairy
    midnighfairy 23 hours ago

    Yes otherwise Germany has to pick up the tab alone for the pigs : Portugal Ireland Greece Spain

  • Clara Winecka
    Clara Winecka 23 hours ago

    NOOOOOOO!!!!! SAVE ME FROM THIS COUNTRY!!

  • Chris McKellar

    At the next 2020 general elections, there will be a binding to referendum, where New Zealand voters will be asked to legalise cannabis. There is a strong support for legalisation of cannabis especially medical cannabis and recreational use be regulated like alcohol where cannabis is grown by licenced growers, sold by licenced retailers to a person 20 years and over. Like with alcohol, driving under the influence of cannabis will have the same penalties as driving under the influence of alcohol. There are mixed feelings/concerns about growing cannabis for personal use. Included in the plan law change, a person could grow up to 5 plants on their own property for person use only similar to home brewing, which cannabis can not be sold or given to people outside the grower's mediate family. The planned law change is to reduce the criminal element and to get rid of synthetic cannabis use.

  • Chris McKellar

    At the next 2020 general elections, there will be a binding to referendum, where New Zealand voters will be asked to legalise cannabis. There is a strong support for legalisation of cannabis especially medical cannabis and recreational use be regulated like alcohol where cannabis is grown by licenced growers, sold by licenced retailers to a person 20 years and over. Like with alcohol, driving under the influence of cannabis will have the same penalties as driving under the influence of alcohol. There are mixed feelings/concerns about growing cannabis for personal use. Included in the plan law change, a person could grow up to 5 plants on their own property for person use only similar to home brewing, which cannabis can not be sold or given to people outside the grower's mediate family. The planned law change is to reduce the criminal element and to get rid of synthetic cannabis use.

  • Chris McKellar

    At the next 2020 general elections, there will be a binding to referendum, where New Zealand voters will be asked to legalise cannabis. There is a strong support for legalisation of cannabis especially medical cannabis and recreational use be regulated like alcohol where cannabis is grown by licenced growers, sold by licenced retailers to a person 20 years and over. Like with alcohol, driving under the influence of cannabis will have the same penalties as driving under the influence of alcohol. There are mixed feelings/concerns about growing cannabis for personal use. Included in the plan law change, a person could grow up to 5 plants on their own property for person use only similar to home brewing, which cannabis can not be sold or given to people outside the grower's mediate family. The planned law change is to reduce the criminal element and to get rid of synthetic cannabis use.

  • Chris McKellar

    At the next 2020 general elections, there will be a binding to referendum, where New Zealand voters will be asked to legalise cannabis. There is a strong support for legalisation of cannabis especially medical cannabis and recreational use be regulated like alcohol where cannabis is grown by licenced growers, sold by licenced retailers to a person 20 years and over. Like with alcohol, driving under the influence of cannabis will have the same penalties as driving under the influence of alcohol. There are mixed feelings/concerns about growing cannabis for personal use. Included in the plan law change, a person could grow up to 5 plants on their own property for person use only similar to home brewing, which cannabis can not be sold or given to people outside the grower's mediate family. The planned law change is to reduce the criminal element and to get rid of synthetic cannabis use.

  • Chris McKellar

    At the next 2020 general elections, there will be a binding to referendum, where New Zealand voters will be asked to legalise cannabis. There is a strong support for legalisation of cannabis especially medical cannabis and recreational use be regulated like alcohol where cannabis is grown by licenced growers, sold by licenced retailers to a person 20 years and over. Like with alcohol, driving under the influence of cannabis will have the same penalties as driving under the influence of alcohol. There are mixed feelings/concerns about growing cannabis for personal use. Included in the plan law change, a person could grow up to 5 plants on their own property for person use only similar to home brewing, which cannabis can not be sold or given to people outside the grower's mediate family. The planned law change is to reduce the criminal element and to get rid of synthetic cannabis use.

  • Chris McKellar

    At the next 2020 general elections, there will be a binding to referendum, where New Zealand voters will be asked to legalise cannabis. There is a strong support for legalisation of cannabis especially medical cannabis and recreational use be regulated like alcohol where cannabis is grown by licenced growers, sold by licenced retailers to a person 20 years and over. Like with alcohol, driving under the influence of cannabis will have the same penalties as driving under the influence of alcohol. There are mixed feelings/concerns about growing cannabis for personal use. Included in the plan law change, a person could grow up to 5 plants on their own property for person use only similar to home brewing, which cannabis can not be sold or given to people outside the grower's mediate family. The planned law change is to reduce the criminal element and to get rid of synthetic cannabis use.

  • Chris McKellar

    At the next 2020 general elections, there will be a binding to referendum, where New Zealand voters will be asked to legalise cannabis. There is a strong support for legalisation of cannabis especially medical cannabis and recreational use be regulated like alcohol where cannabis is grown by licenced growers, sold by licenced retailers to a person 20 years and over. Like with alcohol, driving under the influence of cannabis will have the same penalties as driving under the influence of alcohol. There are mixed feelings/concerns about growing cannabis for personal use. Included in the plan law change, a person could grow up to 5 plants on their own property for person use only similar to home brewing, which cannabis can not be sold or given to people outside the grower's mediate family. The planned law change is to reduce the criminal element and to get rid of synthetic cannabis use.

  • Ralph Stuivenwold

    I, as a frequent user of vaporised cannabis, am in favour of legalisation, though with restrictions. I'd want it to be at the very least treated the same as the more harmful drug alcohol for which the legal age here in the NL is 18 (though with what I know of how both drugs affect developing brains, I'd rather have it closer to 24). That said, I'm Dutch and I grow my own cannabis. 'Why?' you could say say when coffee shops are a common thing here in the NL? Simple: they just sell the stuff that get you high - THC heavy strains. I grow strains that are more CBD heavy (10-15%) and less THC (on average 0,8%). I'd love to see legalisation along with regulation and diversification. Oh, and more research into the different cannabinoids: CBG, for instance, seems to do wonders for insomnia.

  • mechmania
    mechmania Day ago

    They will never leave they get extra money from the Bernard formulae. They would be broke if they had to have their own budget and taxes to suit.

  • mogznwaz
    mogznwaz Day ago

    A stupid question. The UK is only 6o million people yes, but our economy is the equivalent of 19 out of 27 EU countries and a major net contributor. We are not insignificant and any attempt to describe us thus is disingenuous. If we really were insignificant the EU would have had no problem letting us go instead of trying to trap us in a shitty 'withdrawal agreement'.

  • Robert Edward
    Robert Edward Day ago

    Scottish court has the right of it, anyone with eyes can see that

  • Robert Edward
    Robert Edward Day ago

    I know about barely any of this, I’m from the U S and I just started looking into it, but I can just look at Boris and know he’s full of shit, what a scumbag

  • Robert Edward
    Robert Edward Day ago

    Maybe the uk should be forced to write a standing constitution so things aren’t so slippery and there’s a foundation to base stuff off, the fact there isn’t one just screams of sneaky English shenanigans to me

  • Buggs
    Buggs Day ago

    9:09 I think the smokers have got that covered already.

  • insum snoy
    insum snoy Day ago

    They do, in more ways than you think. Right now they are hoping and willing Britains exit from the EU to be as damaging as possible for Britain. Think of it like this: If Britain flourishes after leaving the EU then other EU countries will have the confidence to follow. The EU is fragile and has been since the recession and problems with Greece. It is in their best interest for Britain to fail and they will try to make that so. No deal we could ever get from the EU will be good for a Britain outside of the EU. If you voted remain, I hope the behavior of the EU bureaucrats and our very own government over the past three years has shown you the light, or at the very least help you understand why half the country voted to leave in the first place.

    • Dan Mason
      Dan Mason 10 hours ago

      That was the sentiment a few months back, it's considerably different now, Junker has even said he wants to avoid a no deal which would smear his legacy or something

  • Henning Ganter

    Just here to tell TLDR that they should change the colour of the "opinionated" tag in the thumbnail, it's the same as the "ad" indicator so I always disregard the videos

  • Innes Mackay
    Innes Mackay Day ago

    I want to see a no deal Brexit just to see how many EU police officers and people in government loose there jobs that's why there running scared and fear mongering us

  • Ed SR
    Ed SR Day ago

    Jack, do you enjoy a joint?

  • QUEEN DAENERYS STORMBORN TARGARYEN

    I live in southern California it's done nothing but improve the economy.

  • Silk&Milk
    Silk&Milk Day ago

    I’m not Irish nor British, but I do agree that if North Ireland left the UK, it would be better. Britain is big enough and Ireland is just too small without it’s northern piece. I also think it’s a bad idea for Scotland and Wales to leave too. North Ireland I can understand, but Scotland, England, and Wales are all truly British in my eyes. It’s called the UNITED Kingdom for a reason.

  • Freddie Cawston

    Edward I Hammer of the Scots Did Nothing Wrong

  • SuperMattmonkey

    It is not a question of who needs who but how each corporation functions best without needing to acknowledge the asset stripping of public assets across Europe to sell them to private owners. Not a socialist statement but rather a conclusion based on the capitalist model of supply demand, pay to play, all debts are mandatory and we cannot create new land, raw materials or cancel debt using extended loans which are debt that we call credit. This is selling younger peoples futures out from under them. While strong arming new business, intellectual property and creative labour into the hands of the ruling elite by proxy. Not so much a government as a machine designed to swallow people, progress and altruism and churn out subsistence living, lawless zones where ruling classes are exempt from prosecution and all because of a failed economy.

  • cupguin
    cupguin Day ago

    Cannabis has to stay illegal or how do you explain all the lives ruined because sometime was growing a plant?

  • stevieinselby
    stevieinselby Day ago

    The "gateway" argument cuts both ways. At the moment, if people use cannabis then they have to source it from an illegal source, ie a dealer, who will usually have no qualms about "upselling" and trying to get their customers hooked on more addictive and more profitable substances. People may feel under a lot of pressure from them to move up the ladder. But if they're just buying them from the supermarket/corner shop/five-and-dime then they won't be pushing harder drugs (except cigarettes and alcohol), so legalising cannabis could _reduce or remove_ the gateway effect.

  • pj moseley
    pj moseley Day ago

    The EU was first muted by Winston Churchill, to end wars between European Countries. NATO has ensured our defence and the peace since World War 2. While the UK has been focusing on the potential break up of the UK as a result of Brexit, some EU countries have similar Problems such as Spain and believe it or not Germany Bavaria in the catholic south and Prussia in the protestant north for example. Also the EU NATION STATE has been pushed much too fast. The EU has massive self inflicted injuries such as the EU budget. the fact that there are 2 x Parliament buildings and Brussels moves to Saltzburg and back every other month, a massive unnecessary cost. Also EU aid to British Regions is not funded by the EU but in the UK case, funded by the UK.why? Because we contribute more into EU coffers than we BACK! Also we don't really have any influence over EU policy BUT when Putin used nerve agent in Salisbury the EU stood shoulder to shoulder with us and together we punished Putin. so on balance we should stay.

  • Aporia
    Aporia Day ago

    Most people I've socialized with in my life have used weed. None have any symptoms of addiction or issues from their use. Meanwhile I've dated two alcoholics and it completely destroyed our relationship and continues to destroy their lives. It's such a weird double standard. I used it once, didn't enjoy it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  • Ok Write
    Ok Write Day ago

    The UK has a moral obligation to mind its own business. Slavery and Colonisation were sold as something humanitarian. All aid does is benefit wealthy countries and hold poorer countries back.

  • Nobody’s Fool

    Yes. Absolutely.

  • Strofi Kornego

    Weed IS legalised in UK, but only for the establishment. Remember, 6 out of 8 Tory leadership candidates admitted taking illegal drugs. Boris smoked weed in the college and is just fine with himself. That is the double standard system - establishment enjoys feeling privileged.

  • Richard Frith
    Richard Frith Day ago

    1707 Scotland was bankrupt that’s how the union was formed, so there’s a debt Scotland owe,,,oil in the sea 😂😂😂 rule Scotland Scotland rule the waves, 🤔 what sound wrong about that, so scotland gets more money per head apart from N IRELAND, so the oil isn’t Scottish, the forces ain’t Scottish so they will lose jobs and NHS, WELFARE SYSTEM AS THEY KNOW IT, then have to do negotiation on all imports, EU WONT HAVE THEM UNLESS THEY PAY WHAY U.K. DID 😂😂😂WHAT IS SCOTLAND 🤔 piks Celt druids? That’s what they were, now there what catholic, ohh Italy no wonder the Eu sounds so good, forget to look. At all they have,,, to looking towards what MIGHT HAPPEN

  • Ciru Thuo
    Ciru Thuo Day ago

    First in US news, but I’m more bias towards the UK;) Anyways pls do a electoral college video, never understood all that

  • niki nikolov
    niki nikolov Day ago

    On the contrary the war on drugs worked exactly as intended. Jailing the biggest consumers of marijuana and heroin - hippies and black people. Coincidentally those two groups were the biggest critics of the government at the time.

  • AngliscSaxon
    AngliscSaxon Day ago

    Parliament should only be open on the 31st of February

  • Kenneth Landis

    Around 6 years ago, I had a grow op in my closet in texas. Not big, 3 plants. I can tell you that the way I had to do business with others to keep my op going was way shadier than if I could have just grown one plant for myself. The process of growing and developing my product was the only thing, at the time, that gave me a sense of joy in my life and the product in the end kept me from spiraling further into the alcoholism that I was already going through. The entire time I was growing and I calculated the profit I was making, I knew that we as a society would be far better off if we could tax my profit. I made $5000 a month once I got the product just right.

  • JM - 11SK - Mayfield SS (2452)

    This is an amazing video, and i love that you didnt take sides. Most of the arguments are very good ones, but i do feel that i should point out that there is no evidence whatsoever that weed makes you more violent. This was US government propaganda to damage the public image of minorities like hippies, mexicans, and african americans in the 1950-70's.