I’ve attended re:publica in Berlin for the last two years, presenting Atheist Buses there in 2009 and talking on a panel about the EU Citizens’ Initiative in 2010, and I’ll be there again in 2011. It’s a fantastic, creative, fun event, it’s in spring time in Berlin, it operates in German and in English, and you learn all kinds of interesting things by attending. So get hold of your tickets – the early bird tickets for bloggers have already gone, but some regular early bird tickets are still available at the time of writing.
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By now I’m at the end of my patience. Party in Gleisdreieckpark is so sodding loud 🔈 tonight that I can’t sleep even with closed windows. And it’s a Monday night.
Yes, people want to party. Clubs are shut. But some of us also work tomorriw...
The Withdrawal Agreement is an International Treaty with obligations to International law, it cannot be reviewed. The terms are clear as are the responsibilities. Own your #brexit sir. https://twitter.com/DavidDavisMP/status/1282632952032133123
It was implicit in the Withdrawal Agreement that we would have a Free Trade Agreement. In the event that the EU is not offering a deal, we should certainly consider John Longworth's (@John4Brexit) suggestion of reviewing the Withdrawal Agreement.