I think Scotland will leave, but it is highly unlikely that we will see a United Ireland. Those people in Northern Ireland see themselves as part of the uk and do not feel particularly Irish. If the Irish Republic amalgamated with Northern Ireland (which is mainly protestant) it could be very awkward.
My family is multi racial. But a friend (who is muslim) teaches in London and says that the problems are huge. I wonder how I would feel if over half the children in my child's class spoke no English and that my child was only one of 5 white British children in a class of 30. In fact, I wouldn't mind, but other people do. Had there been a cap on immigration secured we would not be looking at the situation we face today. Even those people who voted remain had concerns about how immigration is to be managed. They voted on the strength of the economic argument. The government totally misread the signs.
Well, well. That was a surprise. I was expecting 56% in favour of remain.
Back from our time away in the camper having been rained on from a great height for most of the time. No running, as a wet dog is enough to manage without soaking running gear as well. Still had a peaceful time though, and a change is as good as a rest.
Have yet to read back posts, but I guess it will be full of amazing stuff as always, so well done all.
That's odd, DBI. Could it be there have been a slight falling out with another member of the club? Or maybe there has been some domestic changes which mean timings are awkward for them now. People usually say why though.
TE - Good luck today with your men only race. Surprised it's allowed these days! Bet you do a stonking time.
Did 6:72 miles this morning. I found it tough and I had to jog/walk the last mile. On the plus side a fox crossed our path. How magical was that.