After Brexit here is another one that seems to be for the right thing, but sadly failed:
Colombia rejects historic Farc peace deal in shock referendum result
F.A.Z. Beitrag: Die seltsame Ruhe nach dem Brexit
Manufacturing activity fell even more rapidly in the wake of the Brexit vote than first expected, according to the latest much-watched survey snapshot of the sector.
EU referendum: government faces legal action over Brexit decision | Law | The Guardian
Amazing pictures from London and a great video!
Tens of thousands take to the streets of London to demonstrate against the vote to leave the EU.
Brexit research suggests 1.2 million Leave voters regret their choice in reversal that would change result | The Independent
Up to 7 per cent of the people who voted for a Brexit in the EU referendum now regret their choice, new research has found. When the survey’s findings are projected on to last week’s vote, they would cut the Leave share by 1.2 million, almost wiping out the majority that gave Friday’s shock result.
What a chart! The pound over the last six month with some obvious ups and downs, but take a particular look at the far right side: A drop not seen before.
More than 3 Million signed the petition already. Do, if you have not signed yet! Everything is needed to show that leave is the wrong outcome of the referendum and the wrong way for the UK. Before §50 is raised change might still be possible! The referendum outcome has to be respected but is not legally binding. At least we have to try everything possible to safe our future and the future of our kids!
Excellent example of e-governance experienced today (14 June). The city council runs a website to report potholes. I submitted a report today at 11:20. At 12:12 a person was spotted outside our window to inspect and mark the pothole. At 13:30 I had an e-mail saying the pothole was inspected and works will be comissioned, but could take up to three months. Let’s hope they will be a bit quicker, but anyhow, great process. Very quick and transparent, probably a service level impossible before the internet age. Well done, Cambridge city council. Chapeau!
Well done Cambridge Council. Today (17 June), the pothole was filled! Prove below:
Interesting article on IP for manufacturing firms in the UK. Read it here.