Good grief! It wasn't that long ago when they said it would not end, we didn't vote to end freedom of movement, I voted for other reasons, freedom of movement is important to bring people in with the right skills to fill jobs, as well as meet our humanitarian obligations. There is a shortage if skilled workers due to successive governments failure to prepare people for the modern world.
If we stop freedom of movement in to the Uk the EU will probably just reciprocate accordingly. If we allow free movement the EU will I am sure do the same.
"Mr Rademacher says it's important teachers keep in mind that parents can get defensive too if their children are shamed. "Emailing a parent and saying I think your kid is going to be a white nationalist - that's irresponsible."
But many parents are worried about what their children have access to online."
Perhaps the US needs something like the prevent strategy in the Uk< I can understand how that could perhaps conflict with the first amendment, but if a person is showing signs that they may do harm, (to others and self) then surely someone should be able to step in.
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Sounds like a good positive step forward, answers are being demanded about the use of facial recognition. Tech use comes with accountability, the fightback has started to ensure that there will be rules in place to ensure the technology is used properly, responsibly and in an ethical way.
Another day, another stabbing, yesterday we had a police officer dragged to his death while investigating a burgulary and before that we had a person stabbed to death with a screwdriver possibly by teenagers (read children).
Meanwhile the government is on holiday and not dealing with any of this. When they get back parliament will be stopped by elections, votes and no confidence votes and other nonsense while we possibly install an anti-semetic socialist in to Number 10, for what is supposed to be a caretaker government, of course he won't exactly want to relinquish power so I hate to think what could happen.
Welcome to the Uk in 2019.
The Sex Pistols were ahead of their time, Anarchy in the Uk was a song that was 40 years too early. They could re-release and it would reflect Britain today.
The more all this goes on the more ashamed, I am to be British.