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The Marriage Equality Cases and Constitutional Theory, 2014-15 C ATO S. C T . R EV . 111 (2015) (examining Obergefell in light of original public meaning, common law, and FILE – In this May 3, 2020, file photo the setting sun shines on the Supreme Court building on Capitol Hill in Washington. The Supreme Court opens a new term Monday, Oct. 5. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File) WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court, already poised to take a significant turn to the ... The Supreme Court rejected Monday an appeal from Kim Davis, the former Kentucky county clerk who cited her religious beliefs in refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples even after the high court's ruling striking down bans across the country.. Following the landmark Obergefell v.Hodges ruling in 2015, Davis was sued by gay couples to whom she denied marriage licenses. Commenting on an appeal from a former county clerk in Kentucky who objected to issuing same-sex marriage licenses, Thomas wrote that the 5-4 majority in a 2015 case had “read a right to same-sex ... Supreme Court Declares Same-Sex Marriage Legal In All 50 States : The Two-Way 'The nature of injustice is that we may not always see it in our own times,' Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote after ... In a long-sought victory for the gay rights movement, the court ruled, 5-4, that the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage. On February 13, 2012, Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire celebrates after signing marriage-equality legislation into law. Voters there approved same-sex marriage in November 2012, defeating a ... In this June 26, 2015, file photo, same-sex marriage supporters rejoice after the U.S Supreme Court hands down a ruling regarding same-sex marriage June 26, 2015 outside the Supreme Court in ... Thomas and Alito claimed Obergefell v.Hodges, the 2015 decision that officially legalized same-sex marriage, “threaten[s] religious liberty,” saying that because of the decision, “those with ... Justices Thomas, Alito take aim at 2015 marriage equality ruling. Kerry Eleveld. Daily Kos Staff. Monday October 05, 2020 ...

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Period: 29.87 days
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Rate (per day) 33.45 3475.94
Unique Redditors 349 8347
Combined Score 194000 703807

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 16159 points, 44 submissions: LeftWingScot
    1. 10am: Royal engagement announced. 10.21am: Government confirms working-age benefits will be frozen for another year. Wonder which will affect more people 🤔😇 (5409 points, 324 comments)
    2. Jeremy Corbyn: The reason for today’s failure in the Brexit talks is the grubby deal the Tories did with the DUP after the election. Each passing day provides further evidence that @Theresa_May’s Government is completely ill-equipped to negotiate a successful deal for our country. (1269 points, 427 comments)
    3. Corbyn: When bankers like Morgan Stanley say we’re a threat, they’re right. The next Labour Government is a threat to a damaging and failed system that’s rigged for the few. (977 points, 755 comments)
    4. Ireland's govt 'told to ignore Boris Johnson' by Foreign Office (950 points, 154 comments)
    5. Oof. Tory rebels narrowly beat government. There will be a meaningful parliamentary vote in the form of a vote for or against a statute on the terms of Brexit. Or so cheers in Commons indicate (855 points, 528 comments)
    6. Sadiq Khan‏: Huge ramifications for London if Theresa May has conceded that it's possible for part of the UK to remain within the single market & customs union after Brexit. Londoners overwhelmingly voted to remain in the EU and a similar deal here could protect tens of thousands of jobs. (642 points, 444 comments)
    7. Guy Verhofstadt on Twitter: If we had known in advance that blue was so important to the UK, we could simply have replaced our passports by this one 😊 (620 points, 351 comments)
    8. Brendan Cox: Can’t remember the last time everyone from @jeremycorbyn to @theresa_may, @DanielJHannan to @HackneyAbbott, @OwenJones84 to @piersmorgan , has been on the same side. Thanks @realDonaldTrump for reminding us that we have #moreincommon and no time for hatred. (495 points, 244 comments)
    9. Theresa May uses brazenly misleading statistic to suggest homelessness has fallen under the Tories (438 points, 143 comments)
    10. Guy Verhofstadt: Remarks by David Davis that Phase one deal last week not binding were unhelpful & undermines trust. EP text will now reflect this & insist agreement translated into legal text ASAP #Brexit (367 points, 230 comments)
  2. 10528 points, 11 submissions: Bedazzled78
    1. David Davis: No impact assessments have been done on impact of Brexit on UK economy (5191 points, 1014 comments)
    2. Nigel Farage refuses to give up his £73k MEPs’ pension. “Why should my family suffer”? He really just said that #Marr (4513 points, 1178 comments)
    3. Brexit sector reports are the gift that keeps on giving. Superb analysis. "Electricity is a fundamental part of modern society. Residential and industrial users rely on its use to ensure basic and vital needs such as lighting, heating or refrigeration are met on a daily basis" (138 points, 64 comments)
    4. David Davis says he was given two chapters of the 850 page "sectoral analysis" but didn't read them. (138 points, 30 comments)
    5. EXCLUSIVE: Woman MP 'reduced to tears by bully boy Tory whips' (134 points, 146 comments)
    6. Reading through the Brexit sectoral 'analysis' on defence. As a former teacher, I know a copy-and-paste job when I see one...! - Nia Griffith MP (133 points, 46 comments)
    7. Iain Duncan Smith tells Brexit-sceptic UK companies to suck it up: “British businesses will have to learn to get by in a different world.” #r4today (97 points, 104 comments)
    8. The Times understands that the chancellor used BAE 146 jets and A109 helicopters to fly to destinations including Manchester, Leeds, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Aberdeen, Paris, Brussels and Frankfurt – locations that are also accessible by train or budget airline. (62 points, 30 comments)
    9. A DUP source has told Sky News the party did not see the Brussels text before it was presented to the European Union (51 points, 25 comments)
    10. Call off Brexit bullies or face defeat, Tory peers tell Theresa May (38 points, 0 comments)
  3. 8994 points, 2 submissions: lazerbullet
    1. Ed Miliband on Twitter: 'What an absolutely ludicrous, incompetent, absurd, make it up as you go along, couldn’t run a piss up in a brewery bunch of jokers there are running the government at the most critical time in a generation for the country.' (8853 points, 1107 comments)
    2. EXCLUSIVE: Brexit Secretary in threat to quit over Damian Green 'porn' storm (141 points, 151 comments)
  4. 8171 points, 9 submissions: MobileChikane
    1. So... we’re PAYING tens of billions of pounds to leave the world’s largest free trade area while surrendering all of our ability to define its rights & regulations... that we will still continue to abide by? (7137 points, 1906 comments)
    2. The far-right group retweeted by Donald Trump deleted a bunch of Pro-Putin posts from its website. Deleted posts included "GO PUTIN! Russian president’s popularity on rise in Czech Republic!" and "VIDEO: Putin backs our Brexit". (266 points, 121 comments)
    3. Caller Voted Brexit Because There Are "Too Many Brown Faces" In His Hospital (180 points, 452 comments)
    4. The Tories created two thirds of the UK’s national debt (155 points, 290 comments)
    5. The EU has just agreed a trade deal with Japan. Aiming at implementation for early 2019. (138 points, 96 comments)
    6. Tories plan to scrap EU rules on work hours and paid holidays (114 points, 132 comments)
    7. "The Daily Mail Is History's Finest Piece Of Peacetime Propaganda" - James O'Brien (92 points, 139 comments)
    8. Brexit: We’ve Hit A ‘Brick Wall’ Of Reality (60 points, 94 comments)
    9. Lord Heseltine: Yes, I Do Believe In A United States Of Europe (29 points, 19 comments)
  5. 6194 points, 4 submissions: Nosferatii
    1. 'Equality of Sacrifice' - Labour Party poster 1929 (5599 points, 565 comments)
    2. 'Industry must serve the people, not enslave them' - Labour Party poster 1945 (460 points, 150 comments)
    3. This Brexit stall could mean the end of Theresa May's Government – and the beginning of Corbyn's (86 points, 114 comments)
    4. Labour attacks 'embarrassing' Brexit talks (49 points, 7 comments)
  6. 5614 points, 36 submissions: cockwomblez
    1. Former UK diplomat to the EU Steve Bullock:'I think it is worth remembering that, just a few months after James Slack wrote the "Enemies of the People" article for the Mail, he was hired as @Number10press Secretary by May. She saw his work and thought "I want that".' (1435 points, 184 comments)
    2. Speaker Bercow rebuffs the Telegraph in the chamber: "In voting as you think fit, on any political issue, you as members of parliament are never mutineers, you are never traitors, you are never malcontents, you are never enemies of the people.” (619 points, 121 comments)
    3. Sir Simon Fraser, UK chief diplomat 2010-2015: 'My strongest impression from @ChathamHouse conf on #Europe in Berlin last week? The shock of seeing UK officials for first time behaving and being treated as a third country, not EU partner. #Brexit #strategicmistake' (426 points, 441 comments)
    4. Annual cost of Brexit set to dwarf annual cost of EU membership by over £62bn, even before we take into account the £50bn "divorce bill" Source: OBR and Resolution Foundation (294 points, 120 comments)
    5. Steve Peers, EU law professor on govt. plan in Sun to remove EU 'redtape': 'Workers who want to work overtime can already agree to work more than 48 hours a week under EU law. You should be asking why the govt. may be planning to break its promise not to water down EU laws on workers' rights.' (252 points, 141 comments)
    6. Fake Brexit or No Brexit If a hard Brexit is economically unacceptable to British business and Parliament, a soft Brexit is politically unacceptable to EU leaders, and a fake Brexit is unacceptable to almost everyone, just one alternative remains: no Brexit. (182 points, 222 comments)
    7. EU sends stark warning to airlines on post-Brexit flying British airlines will lose all flying rights to the European Union if there is no transition agreement after Brexit, the EU executive said on Tuesday, a stark reminder of the risks facing the aviation sector if there is no deal. (170 points, 249 comments)
    8. Peter Grant MP on David Davis' Marr Brexit appearance: "You know that deal we both signed two days ago? We've decided we don't need to honour it." Just about the stupidest thing you could say before begging somebody, anybody, to sign a trade deal with you. (144 points, 61 comments)
    9. 'David Davis might not have done his homework, but our economists have: and they estimate that 2.5 million jobs and 8.5 percent of the UK’s GDP is at risk from Brexit.' - University of Groningen (140 points, 77 comments)
    10. What's the point of a Brexit when nothing changes? “In 18 months we’ve gone from “Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now?” to “Brexit: What’s the Point?”" (139 points, 185 comments)
  7. 5455 points, 14 submissions: concerned_future
    1. Keir_Starmer: When judges uphold the law, they are branded enemies of the people. When MPs uphold democracy, they are branded traitors. Never has it been more important to reassert our values. (2610 points, 429 comments)
    2. Jeremy Corbyn: The latest increase in rail fares is staggering. Private rail companies continue to cash in while passengers have to cough up. The next Labour government will bring our railways back into public ownership to end this rip-off. (635 points, 694 comments)
    3. Jeremy Corbyn backs calls to axe “poverty porn” TV shows like Benefits Street - The Labour leader said stereotypes of “scroungers” give the Government an excuse to ignore council estates and victims of tragedies like the Grenfell Tower blaze (627 points, 247 comments)
    4. Alastair Campbell: ‘Little point Theresa May condemning threats to MPs unless she calls out the main orchestrator of them aka Obergruppenfuhrer Paul Dacre’ (282 points, 164 comments)
    5. Brexit: Britons now back Remain over Leave by 10 points, exclusive poll shows (271 points, 191 comments)
    6. Private firms that run Tory government's disability benefit tests only employ FOUR doctors between them - Atos and Capita admitted the figure after a torrent of complaints about the tests - for which they have earned more than £500million since 2013 (207 points, 50 comments)
    7. NEW political poll for MOS: State of the parties (chg vs 4-5th Oct): LAB 45% (+1) CON 37% (-1) LD 6% (-1) UKIP 4% (NC) SNP 3% (NC) GRE 1% (NC) AP 3% (NC) At 8 pts, this is our largest Labour lead since Oct 2013 and is LAB +15 CON -10 since May. (203 points, 202 comments)
    8. Tories to introduce FPTP for all English elections, replacing other voting systems. (179 points, 283 comments)
    9. Jeremy Corbyn to take aim at tax avoidance in speech at UN - Labour leader to promise action on tax havens and attack ‘global scandal’ of wealthy few controlling 90% of resources (127 points, 184 comments)
    10. I didn't train as a doctor to prop up a struggling NHS – so I quit Inflexible training and the pressure to work longer hours to cover staff shortages left me little time for my young child and took a toll on my health (122 points, 97 comments)
  8. 4814 points, 47 submissions: hahayeahhaha
    1. Prince Harry is allowed to bring his foreign spouse to the UK – unlike over a third of British people (314 points, 369 comments)
    2. Nick Clegg is right: we need a second Brexit referendum (287 points, 506 comments)
    3. UK will be worse off under almost all Brexit scenarios, finds think tank (277 points, 310 comments)
    4. Brexit could be halted in second referendum as support grows for a vote (251 points, 400 comments)
    5. Tony Blair says stopping Brexit more important than Labour winning next election (185 points, 201 comments)
    6. Project Fear has become Brexit cold reality. It is time to vote again (184 points, 508 comments)
    7. Brexit has lost UK economy £300m per week since EU referendum result, analysis finds (170 points, 85 comments)
    8. After this week, I refuse to believe that Brexit is unstoppable Martin Kettle Opinion (148 points, 243 comments)
    9. The real price of Brexit begins to emerge (143 points, 242 comments)
    10. Brexit threat to paid holidays as Tories set to scrap EU workers' rights rules (136 points, 182 comments)
  9. 4657 points, 37 submissions: Lolworth
    1. Stephen Camley on Brexit [🦃] (468 points, 30 comments)
    2. Trump account retweets anti-Muslim videos from British far-right group (448 points, 570 comments)
    3. Steve Bell on Britain First (420 points, 126 comments)
    4. Ben Jennings on Farage's pension 🐸 (414 points, 162 comments)
    5. BBC News (373 points, 98 comments)
    6. Dave Brown on EU negotiations (239 points, 23 comments)
    7. Nick Clegg to get a knighthood in New Year's honours (203 points, 288 comments)
    8. When it comes to abortion and equal marriage, the DUP is fine having different rules to the rest of the UK (198 points, 34 comments)
    9. Martin Rowson on the contents of Tory laptops (155 points, 8 comments)
    10. Christian Adams on the UK-US Special Relationship (140 points, 20 comments)
  10. 4052 points, 9 submissions: HeWhoTried
    1. Times Cartoon - ‘Torys Я Us!’ (3081 points, 257 comments)
    2. Times Cartoon - ‘Complete Tits’ (269 points, 48 comments)
    3. Times Cartoon - ‘Political Trolling’ (234 points, 39 comments)
    4. Britain to pay EU bills for decades - May agrees deal worth up to €50 billion (166 points, 447 comments)
    5. Times Investigation - Grenfell fire exploited by militants, say survivors [multiple articles in comments] (83 points, 110 comments)
    6. Muslim migrants behind rise in antisemitism (72 points, 205 comments)
    7. Labour will push to remain part of customs union (56 points, 77 comments)
    8. My Week: Theresa May - according to Hugo Rifkind (56 points, 3 comments)
    9. Times Cartoon - Nature Notes - Phoenix (35 points, 10 comments)
  11. 4039 points, 1 submission: sjmog
    1. In the UK, elected representatives write back to us. (4039 points, 423 comments)
  12. 3920 points, 1 submission: theinspectorst
    1. 'What does this new passport do?' 'It's blue.' ' Can I use it to travel freely and work in 26 neighbouring countries?' 'No - but look, it's blue.' - John O'Farrell (3920 points, 963 comments)
  13. 3816 points, 1 submission: SameIareone
    1. How can Daily Mail allow this? (3816 points, 913 comments)
  14. 3488 points, 24 submissions: BritRedditor1
    1. The Times cartoon (984 points, 189 comments)
    2. The Times cartoon - "Cover Up..." (622 points, 27 comments)
    3. The Times cartoon - "Base camp" (405 points, 36 comments)
    4. "More At least three pro-Brexit MPs saying government has not complied with the "humble address". Even suggesting a new, amended motion. This is not looking good for government. Real prospect now of a contempt of parliament motion in due course." [David Allen Green] (168 points, 104 comments)
    5. Three eye-opening things from NAO report on Brexit/civil service: Govt has no idea how many people are working on Brexit, 61% of DExEU staff are on loan from another dept, 14% are Fast Stream, DExEU loses 9% of staff every quarter - average dept loses 9% per year [Telegraph correspondent] (135 points, 62 comments)
    6. MORGAN STANLEY: Get ready for another UK election in 2018 (112 points, 179 comments)
    7. Warnings of post-Brexit price rises unless UK can copy EU trade deals Politics (103 points, 105 comments)
    8. UK banks tell May: a Canada-style Brexit deal is not good enough Business (93 points, 106 comments)
    9. UK consumers cut spending in run-up to Christmas - Visa (89 points, 85 comments)
    10. Brexit: Watch the Swiss border for a warning on trade - Even hiring a car becomes needlessly complex outside the customs union (82 points, 65 comments)
  15. 3293 points, 1 submission: middlemanmark
    1. Snowflakes force Britain First to cancel their rally (3293 points, 563 comments)
  16. 3084 points, 30 submissions: Absolutelycheers
    1. Theresa May must search for missing archive papers, say human rights groups (337 points, 69 comments)
    2. UK police to lose phone and web data search authorisation powers (280 points, 56 comments)
    3. EU and Japan finalise world’s largest free trade deal (219 points, 110 comments)
    4. Brexit is just a distraction to the real problem: the UK’s clapped-out economy (175 points, 220 comments)
    5. May rejects request by Grenfell survivors for decision-making panel (164 points, 71 comments)
    6. Scotland united in curiosity as councils trial universal basic income (161 points, 149 comments)
    7. 'Flat taxes mean lower taxes for the wealthy and fewer public services for everyone else.' (154 points, 229 comments)
    8. BT could be broken up amid concerns it is not fit to deliver super-fast broadband (153 points, 144 comments)
    9. Portugal’s radical drugs policy is working. Why hasn’t the world copied it? (148 points, 148 comments)
    10. Judge slams Met Police after Liam Allan cleared in rape trial - Officers sat on evidence that proved innocence - Judge has called for an inquiry (122 points, 114 comments)
  17. 2879 points, 1 submission: cultish_alibi
    1. David Davis in 2002: "For referendums to be fair and compatible with our parliamentary process, we need the electors to be as well informed as possible and to know exactly what they are voting for." (2879 points, 463 comments)
  18. 2606 points, 2 submissions: Dannage888
    1. Theresa May's leadership rating plunges to rock bottom (2426 points, 701 comments)
    2. Donald Trump 'to be snubbed' with no invite to royal wedding (180 points, 356 comments)
  19. 2274 points, 8 submissions: JohnKimble111
    1. Muslim children are being spoon‑fed misogyny - Ofsted has uncovered evidence of prejudiced teaching at Islamic schools but ministers continue to duck the problem (1797 points, 951 comments)
    2. Gender pay gap is perpetuated by teenage girls who want jobs that pay less, study finds (100 points, 167 comments)
    3. Judge slams police as rape trial of student, 22, collapses after police hid evidence that proved innocence - The judge called for inquiry of the ‘highest level’ of Crown Prosecution Service (94 points, 155 comments)
    4. Report warned months ago that lawyers were wrongly charging men with rape (84 points, 39 comments)
    5. Barrister reveals how she combed through 40,000 texts until she finally discovered 'smoking gun' message at 4am that CLEARED her client of rape - as she slams 'sales target culture' police for failing to declare them (68 points, 55 comments)
    6. Student Liam Allan to sue after rape trial collapse (60 points, 58 comments)
    7. Tory MP's aide wipes away tears as he is CLEARED of raping a woman in his Parliamentary office then slams prosecutors for revealing crucial evidence just DAYS before his trial (38 points, 29 comments)
    8. Manchester Arena bomber's friend found guilty of being Islamic State sniper (33 points, 0 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. FordTippex (6359 points, 774 comments)
  2. CaffeinatedT (5662 points, 598 comments)
  3. theknightwho (5440 points, 302 comments)
  4. Rob_Kaichin (4541 points, 429 comments)
  5. michaelisnotginger (4487 points, 131 comments)
  6. TruthSpeaker (4252 points, 440 comments)
  7. Shameless_Bullshiter (3442 points, 170 comments)
  8. pickled-egg (3299 points, 220 comments)
  9. Ewannnn (3199 points, 256 comments)
  10. Mike__Bassett (3179 points, 114 comments)
  11. rimmed (3052 points, 289 comments)
  12. MiloSaysRelax (2935 points, 244 comments)
  13. LeftWingScot (2885 points, 110 comments)
  14. wappingite (2831 points, 161 comments)
  15. OptioMkIX (2786 points, 117 comments)
  16. DeathlyAcorn (2761 points, 86 comments)
  17. Pn_qeic_snt (2648 points, 353 comments)
  18. airline_pilot (2610 points, 273 comments)
  19. Lolworth (2603 points, 337 comments)
  20. x308 (2592 points, 85 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Ed Miliband on Twitter: 'What an absolutely ludicrous, incompetent, absurd, make it up as you go along, couldn’t run a piss up in a brewery bunch of jokers there are running the government at the most critical time in a generation for the country.' by lazerbullet (8853 points, 1107 comments)
  2. So... we’re PAYING tens of billions of pounds to leave the world’s largest free trade area while surrendering all of our ability to define its rights & regulations... that we will still continue to abide by? by MobileChikane (7137 points, 1906 comments)
  3. 'Equality of Sacrifice' - Labour Party poster 1929 by Nosferatii (5599 points, 565 comments)
  4. 10am: Royal engagement announced. 10.21am: Government confirms working-age benefits will be frozen for another year. Wonder which will affect more people 🤔😇 by LeftWingScot (5409 points, 324 comments)
  5. David Davis: No impact assessments have been done on impact of Brexit on UK economy by Bedazzled78 (5191 points, 1014 comments)
  6. Nigel Farage refuses to give up his £73k MEPs’ pension. “Why should my family suffer”? He really just said that #Marr by Bedazzled78 (4513 points, 1178 comments)
  7. In the UK, elected representatives write back to us. by sjmog (4039 points, 423 comments)
  8. 'What does this new passport do?' 'It's blue.' ' Can I use it to travel freely and work in 26 neighbouring countries?' 'No - but look, it's blue.' - John O'Farrell by theinspectorst (3920 points, 963 comments)
  9. How can Daily Mail allow this? by SameIareone (3816 points, 913 comments)
  10. Snowflakes force Britain First to cancel their rally by middlemanmark (3293 points, 563 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 2427 points: Dinglydell's comment in How can Daily Mail allow this?
  2. 2257 points: FeverAyeAye's comment in So... we’re PAYING tens of billions of pounds to leave the world’s largest free trade area while surrendering all of our ability to define its rights & regulations... that we will still continue to abide by?
  3. 1418 points: x308's comment in David Davis: No impact assessments have been done on impact of Brexit on UK economy
  4. 1290 points: HyakuShiki0812's comment in Snowflakes force Britain First to cancel their rally
  5. 1262 points: theknightwho's comment in How can Daily Mail allow this?
  6. 1146 points: Spiracle's comment in Ed Miliband on Twitter: 'What an absolutely ludicrous, incompetent, absurd, make it up as you go along, couldn’t run a piss up in a brewery bunch of jokers there are running the government at the most critical time in a generation for the country.'
  7. 1113 points: ducknalddon2000's comment in Ed Miliband on Twitter: 'What an absolutely ludicrous, incompetent, absurd, make it up as you go along, couldn’t run a piss up in a brewery bunch of jokers there are running the government at the most critical time in a generation for the country.'
  8. 1063 points: AC_Mondial's comment in Nigel Farage refuses to give up his £73k MEPs’ pension. “Why should my family suffer”? He really just said that #Marr
  9. 1049 points: AntO_oESPO's comment in So... we’re PAYING tens of billions of pounds to leave the world’s largest free trade area while surrendering all of our ability to define its rights & regulations... that we will still continue to abide by?
  10. 951 points: REBELinBLUE's comment in Nigel Farage refuses to give up his £73k MEPs’ pension. “Why should my family suffer”? He really just said that #Marr
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2017.12.27 16:59 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: ukpolitics top posts from 2017-11-27 to 2017-12-27 08:15 PDT

Period: 29.87 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 104902
Rate (per day) 33.45 3475.94
Unique Redditors 349 8347
Combined Score 194000 703807

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 16159 points, 44 submissions: LeftWingScot
    1. 10am: Royal engagement announced. 10.21am: Government confirms working-age benefits will be frozen for another year. Wonder which will affect more people 🤔😇 (5409 points, 324 comments)
    2. Jeremy Corbyn: The reason for today’s failure in the Brexit talks is the grubby deal the Tories did with the DUP after the election. Each passing day provides further evidence that @Theresa_May’s Government is completely ill-equipped to negotiate a successful deal for our country. (1269 points, 427 comments)
    3. Corbyn: When bankers like Morgan Stanley say we’re a threat, they’re right. The next Labour Government is a threat to a damaging and failed system that’s rigged for the few. (977 points, 755 comments)
    4. Ireland's govt 'told to ignore Boris Johnson' by Foreign Office (950 points, 154 comments)
    5. Oof. Tory rebels narrowly beat government. There will be a meaningful parliamentary vote in the form of a vote for or against a statute on the terms of Brexit. Or so cheers in Commons indicate (855 points, 528 comments)
    6. Sadiq Khan‏: Huge ramifications for London if Theresa May has conceded that it's possible for part of the UK to remain within the single market & customs union after Brexit. Londoners overwhelmingly voted to remain in the EU and a similar deal here could protect tens of thousands of jobs. (642 points, 444 comments)
    7. Guy Verhofstadt on Twitter: If we had known in advance that blue was so important to the UK, we could simply have replaced our passports by this one 😊 (620 points, 351 comments)
    8. Brendan Cox: Can’t remember the last time everyone from @jeremycorbyn to @theresa_may, @DanielJHannan to @HackneyAbbott, @OwenJones84 to @piersmorgan , has been on the same side. Thanks @realDonaldTrump for reminding us that we have #moreincommon and no time for hatred. (495 points, 244 comments)
    9. Theresa May uses brazenly misleading statistic to suggest homelessness has fallen under the Tories (438 points, 143 comments)
    10. Guy Verhofstadt: Remarks by David Davis that Phase one deal last week not binding were unhelpful & undermines trust. EP text will now reflect this & insist agreement translated into legal text ASAP #Brexit (367 points, 230 comments)
  2. 10528 points, 11 submissions: Bedazzled78
    1. David Davis: No impact assessments have been done on impact of Brexit on UK economy (5191 points, 1014 comments)
    2. Nigel Farage refuses to give up his £73k MEPs’ pension. “Why should my family suffer”? He really just said that #Marr (4513 points, 1178 comments)
    3. Brexit sector reports are the gift that keeps on giving. Superb analysis. "Electricity is a fundamental part of modern society. Residential and industrial users rely on its use to ensure basic and vital needs such as lighting, heating or refrigeration are met on a daily basis" (138 points, 64 comments)
    4. David Davis says he was given two chapters of the 850 page "sectoral analysis" but didn't read them. (138 points, 30 comments)
    5. EXCLUSIVE: Woman MP 'reduced to tears by bully boy Tory whips' (134 points, 146 comments)
    6. Reading through the Brexit sectoral 'analysis' on defence. As a former teacher, I know a copy-and-paste job when I see one...! - Nia Griffith MP (133 points, 46 comments)
    7. Iain Duncan Smith tells Brexit-sceptic UK companies to suck it up: “British businesses will have to learn to get by in a different world.” #r4today (97 points, 104 comments)
    8. The Times understands that the chancellor used BAE 146 jets and A109 helicopters to fly to destinations including Manchester, Leeds, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Aberdeen, Paris, Brussels and Frankfurt – locations that are also accessible by train or budget airline. (62 points, 30 comments)
    9. A DUP source has told Sky News the party did not see the Brussels text before it was presented to the European Union (51 points, 25 comments)
    10. Call off Brexit bullies or face defeat, Tory peers tell Theresa May (38 points, 0 comments)
  3. 8994 points, 2 submissions: lazerbullet
    1. Ed Miliband on Twitter: 'What an absolutely ludicrous, incompetent, absurd, make it up as you go along, couldn’t run a piss up in a brewery bunch of jokers there are running the government at the most critical time in a generation for the country.' (8853 points, 1107 comments)
    2. EXCLUSIVE: Brexit Secretary in threat to quit over Damian Green 'porn' storm (141 points, 151 comments)
  4. 8171 points, 9 submissions: MobileChikane
    1. So... we’re PAYING tens of billions of pounds to leave the world’s largest free trade area while surrendering all of our ability to define its rights & regulations... that we will still continue to abide by? (7137 points, 1906 comments)
    2. The far-right group retweeted by Donald Trump deleted a bunch of Pro-Putin posts from its website. Deleted posts included "GO PUTIN! Russian president’s popularity on rise in Czech Republic!" and "VIDEO: Putin backs our Brexit". (266 points, 121 comments)
    3. Caller Voted Brexit Because There Are "Too Many Brown Faces" In His Hospital (180 points, 452 comments)
    4. The Tories created two thirds of the UK’s national debt (155 points, 290 comments)
    5. The EU has just agreed a trade deal with Japan. Aiming at implementation for early 2019. (138 points, 96 comments)
    6. Tories plan to scrap EU rules on work hours and paid holidays (114 points, 132 comments)
    7. "The Daily Mail Is History's Finest Piece Of Peacetime Propaganda" - James O'Brien (92 points, 139 comments)
    8. Brexit: We’ve Hit A ‘Brick Wall’ Of Reality (60 points, 94 comments)
    9. Lord Heseltine: Yes, I Do Believe In A United States Of Europe (29 points, 19 comments)
  5. 6194 points, 4 submissions: Nosferatii
    1. 'Equality of Sacrifice' - Labour Party poster 1929 (5599 points, 565 comments)
    2. 'Industry must serve the people, not enslave them' - Labour Party poster 1945 (460 points, 150 comments)
    3. This Brexit stall could mean the end of Theresa May's Government – and the beginning of Corbyn's (86 points, 114 comments)
    4. Labour attacks 'embarrassing' Brexit talks (49 points, 7 comments)
  6. 5614 points, 36 submissions: cockwomblez
    1. Former UK diplomat to the EU Steve Bullock:'I think it is worth remembering that, just a few months after James Slack wrote the "Enemies of the People" article for the Mail, he was hired as @Number10press Secretary by May. She saw his work and thought "I want that".' (1435 points, 184 comments)
    2. Speaker Bercow rebuffs the Telegraph in the chamber: "In voting as you think fit, on any political issue, you as members of parliament are never mutineers, you are never traitors, you are never malcontents, you are never enemies of the people.” (619 points, 121 comments)
    3. Sir Simon Fraser, UK chief diplomat 2010-2015: 'My strongest impression from @ChathamHouse conf on #Europe in Berlin last week? The shock of seeing UK officials for first time behaving and being treated as a third country, not EU partner. #Brexit #strategicmistake' (426 points, 441 comments)
    4. Annual cost of Brexit set to dwarf annual cost of EU membership by over £62bn, even before we take into account the £50bn "divorce bill" Source: OBR and Resolution Foundation (294 points, 120 comments)
    5. Steve Peers, EU law professor on govt. plan in Sun to remove EU 'redtape': 'Workers who want to work overtime can already agree to work more than 48 hours a week under EU law. You should be asking why the govt. may be planning to break its promise not to water down EU laws on workers' rights.' (252 points, 141 comments)
    6. Fake Brexit or No Brexit If a hard Brexit is economically unacceptable to British business and Parliament, a soft Brexit is politically unacceptable to EU leaders, and a fake Brexit is unacceptable to almost everyone, just one alternative remains: no Brexit. (182 points, 222 comments)
    7. EU sends stark warning to airlines on post-Brexit flying British airlines will lose all flying rights to the European Union if there is no transition agreement after Brexit, the EU executive said on Tuesday, a stark reminder of the risks facing the aviation sector if there is no deal. (170 points, 249 comments)
    8. Peter Grant MP on David Davis' Marr Brexit appearance: "You know that deal we both signed two days ago? We've decided we don't need to honour it." Just about the stupidest thing you could say before begging somebody, anybody, to sign a trade deal with you. (144 points, 61 comments)
    9. 'David Davis might not have done his homework, but our economists have: and they estimate that 2.5 million jobs and 8.5 percent of the UK’s GDP is at risk from Brexit.' - University of Groningen (140 points, 77 comments)
    10. What's the point of a Brexit when nothing changes? “In 18 months we’ve gone from “Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now?” to “Brexit: What’s the Point?”" (139 points, 185 comments)
  7. 5455 points, 14 submissions: concerned_future
    1. Keir_Starmer: When judges uphold the law, they are branded enemies of the people. When MPs uphold democracy, they are branded traitors. Never has it been more important to reassert our values. (2610 points, 429 comments)
    2. Jeremy Corbyn: The latest increase in rail fares is staggering. Private rail companies continue to cash in while passengers have to cough up. The next Labour government will bring our railways back into public ownership to end this rip-off. (635 points, 694 comments)
    3. Jeremy Corbyn backs calls to axe “poverty porn” TV shows like Benefits Street - The Labour leader said stereotypes of “scroungers” give the Government an excuse to ignore council estates and victims of tragedies like the Grenfell Tower blaze (627 points, 247 comments)
    4. Alastair Campbell: ‘Little point Theresa May condemning threats to MPs unless she calls out the main orchestrator of them aka Obergruppenfuhrer Paul Dacre’ (282 points, 164 comments)
    5. Brexit: Britons now back Remain over Leave by 10 points, exclusive poll shows (271 points, 191 comments)
    6. Private firms that run Tory government's disability benefit tests only employ FOUR doctors between them - Atos and Capita admitted the figure after a torrent of complaints about the tests - for which they have earned more than £500million since 2013 (207 points, 50 comments)
    7. NEW political poll for MOS: State of the parties (chg vs 4-5th Oct): LAB 45% (+1) CON 37% (-1) LD 6% (-1) UKIP 4% (NC) SNP 3% (NC) GRE 1% (NC) AP 3% (NC) At 8 pts, this is our largest Labour lead since Oct 2013 and is LAB +15 CON -10 since May. (203 points, 202 comments)
    8. Tories to introduce FPTP for all English elections, replacing other voting systems. (179 points, 283 comments)
    9. Jeremy Corbyn to take aim at tax avoidance in speech at UN - Labour leader to promise action on tax havens and attack ‘global scandal’ of wealthy few controlling 90% of resources (127 points, 184 comments)
    10. I didn't train as a doctor to prop up a struggling NHS – so I quit Inflexible training and the pressure to work longer hours to cover staff shortages left me little time for my young child and took a toll on my health (122 points, 97 comments)
  8. 4814 points, 47 submissions: hahayeahhaha
    1. Prince Harry is allowed to bring his foreign spouse to the UK – unlike over a third of British people (314 points, 369 comments)
    2. Nick Clegg is right: we need a second Brexit referendum (287 points, 506 comments)
    3. UK will be worse off under almost all Brexit scenarios, finds think tank (277 points, 310 comments)
    4. Brexit could be halted in second referendum as support grows for a vote (251 points, 400 comments)
    5. Tony Blair says stopping Brexit more important than Labour winning next election (185 points, 201 comments)
    6. Project Fear has become Brexit cold reality. It is time to vote again (184 points, 508 comments)
    7. Brexit has lost UK economy £300m per week since EU referendum result, analysis finds (170 points, 85 comments)
    8. After this week, I refuse to believe that Brexit is unstoppable Martin Kettle Opinion (148 points, 243 comments)
    9. The real price of Brexit begins to emerge (143 points, 242 comments)
    10. Brexit threat to paid holidays as Tories set to scrap EU workers' rights rules (136 points, 182 comments)
  9. 4657 points, 37 submissions: Lolworth
    1. Stephen Camley on Brexit [🦃] (468 points, 30 comments)
    2. Trump account retweets anti-Muslim videos from British far-right group (448 points, 570 comments)
    3. Steve Bell on Britain First (420 points, 126 comments)
    4. Ben Jennings on Farage's pension 🐸 (414 points, 162 comments)
    5. BBC News (373 points, 98 comments)
    6. Dave Brown on EU negotiations (239 points, 23 comments)
    7. Nick Clegg to get a knighthood in New Year's honours (203 points, 288 comments)
    8. When it comes to abortion and equal marriage, the DUP is fine having different rules to the rest of the UK (198 points, 34 comments)
    9. Martin Rowson on the contents of Tory laptops (155 points, 8 comments)
    10. Christian Adams on the UK-US Special Relationship (140 points, 20 comments)
  10. 4052 points, 9 submissions: HeWhoTried
    1. Times Cartoon - ‘Torys Я Us!’ (3081 points, 257 comments)
    2. Times Cartoon - ‘Complete Tits’ (269 points, 48 comments)
    3. Times Cartoon - ‘Political Trolling’ (234 points, 39 comments)
    4. Britain to pay EU bills for decades - May agrees deal worth up to €50 billion (166 points, 447 comments)
    5. Times Investigation - Grenfell fire exploited by militants, say survivors [multiple articles in comments] (83 points, 110 comments)
    6. Muslim migrants behind rise in antisemitism (72 points, 205 comments)
    7. Labour will push to remain part of customs union (56 points, 77 comments)
    8. My Week: Theresa May - according to Hugo Rifkind (56 points, 3 comments)
    9. Times Cartoon - Nature Notes - Phoenix (35 points, 10 comments)
  11. 4039 points, 1 submission: sjmog
    1. In the UK, elected representatives write back to us. (4039 points, 423 comments)
  12. 3920 points, 1 submission: theinspectorst
    1. 'What does this new passport do?' 'It's blue.' ' Can I use it to travel freely and work in 26 neighbouring countries?' 'No - but look, it's blue.' - John O'Farrell (3920 points, 963 comments)
  13. 3816 points, 1 submission: SameIareone
    1. How can Daily Mail allow this? (3816 points, 913 comments)
  14. 3488 points, 24 submissions: BritRedditor1
    1. The Times cartoon (984 points, 189 comments)
    2. The Times cartoon - "Cover Up..." (622 points, 27 comments)
    3. The Times cartoon - "Base camp" (405 points, 36 comments)
    4. "More At least three pro-Brexit MPs saying government has not complied with the "humble address". Even suggesting a new, amended motion. This is not looking good for government. Real prospect now of a contempt of parliament motion in due course." [David Allen Green] (168 points, 104 comments)
    5. Three eye-opening things from NAO report on Brexit/civil service: Govt has no idea how many people are working on Brexit, 61% of DExEU staff are on loan from another dept, 14% are Fast Stream, DExEU loses 9% of staff every quarter - average dept loses 9% per year [Telegraph correspondent] (135 points, 62 comments)
    6. MORGAN STANLEY: Get ready for another UK election in 2018 (112 points, 179 comments)
    7. Warnings of post-Brexit price rises unless UK can copy EU trade deals Politics (103 points, 105 comments)
    8. UK banks tell May: a Canada-style Brexit deal is not good enough Business (93 points, 106 comments)
    9. UK consumers cut spending in run-up to Christmas - Visa (89 points, 85 comments)
    10. Brexit: Watch the Swiss border for a warning on trade - Even hiring a car becomes needlessly complex outside the customs union (82 points, 65 comments)
  15. 3293 points, 1 submission: middlemanmark
    1. Snowflakes force Britain First to cancel their rally (3293 points, 563 comments)
  16. 3084 points, 30 submissions: Absolutelycheers
    1. Theresa May must search for missing archive papers, say human rights groups (337 points, 69 comments)
    2. UK police to lose phone and web data search authorisation powers (280 points, 56 comments)
    3. EU and Japan finalise world’s largest free trade deal (219 points, 110 comments)
    4. Brexit is just a distraction to the real problem: the UK’s clapped-out economy (175 points, 220 comments)
    5. May rejects request by Grenfell survivors for decision-making panel (164 points, 71 comments)
    6. Scotland united in curiosity as councils trial universal basic income (161 points, 149 comments)
    7. 'Flat taxes mean lower taxes for the wealthy and fewer public services for everyone else.' (154 points, 229 comments)
    8. BT could be broken up amid concerns it is not fit to deliver super-fast broadband (153 points, 144 comments)
    9. Portugal’s radical drugs policy is working. Why hasn’t the world copied it? (148 points, 148 comments)
    10. Judge slams Met Police after Liam Allan cleared in rape trial - Officers sat on evidence that proved innocence - Judge has called for an inquiry (122 points, 114 comments)
  17. 2879 points, 1 submission: cultish_alibi
    1. David Davis in 2002: "For referendums to be fair and compatible with our parliamentary process, we need the electors to be as well informed as possible and to know exactly what they are voting for." (2879 points, 463 comments)
  18. 2606 points, 2 submissions: Dannage888
    1. Theresa May's leadership rating plunges to rock bottom (2426 points, 701 comments)
    2. Donald Trump 'to be snubbed' with no invite to royal wedding (180 points, 356 comments)
  19. 2274 points, 8 submissions: JohnKimble111
    1. Muslim children are being spoon‑fed misogyny - Ofsted has uncovered evidence of prejudiced teaching at Islamic schools but ministers continue to duck the problem (1797 points, 951 comments)
    2. Gender pay gap is perpetuated by teenage girls who want jobs that pay less, study finds (100 points, 167 comments)
    3. Judge slams police as rape trial of student, 22, collapses after police hid evidence that proved innocence - The judge called for inquiry of the ‘highest level’ of Crown Prosecution Service (94 points, 155 comments)
    4. Report warned months ago that lawyers were wrongly charging men with rape (84 points, 39 comments)
    5. Barrister reveals how she combed through 40,000 texts until she finally discovered 'smoking gun' message at 4am that CLEARED her client of rape - as she slams 'sales target culture' police for failing to declare them (68 points, 55 comments)
    6. Student Liam Allan to sue after rape trial collapse (60 points, 58 comments)
    7. Tory MP's aide wipes away tears as he is CLEARED of raping a woman in his Parliamentary office then slams prosecutors for revealing crucial evidence just DAYS before his trial (38 points, 29 comments)
    8. Manchester Arena bomber's friend found guilty of being Islamic State sniper (33 points, 0 comments)

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  2. So... we’re PAYING tens of billions of pounds to leave the world’s largest free trade area while surrendering all of our ability to define its rights & regulations... that we will still continue to abide by? by MobileChikane (7137 points, 1906 comments)
  3. 'Equality of Sacrifice' - Labour Party poster 1929 by Nosferatii (5599 points, 565 comments)
  4. 10am: Royal engagement announced. 10.21am: Government confirms working-age benefits will be frozen for another year. Wonder which will affect more people 🤔😇 by LeftWingScot (5409 points, 324 comments)
  5. David Davis: No impact assessments have been done on impact of Brexit on UK economy by Bedazzled78 (5191 points, 1014 comments)
  6. Nigel Farage refuses to give up his £73k MEPs’ pension. “Why should my family suffer”? He really just said that #Marr by Bedazzled78 (4513 points, 1178 comments)
  7. In the UK, elected representatives write back to us. by sjmog (4039 points, 423 comments)
  8. 'What does this new passport do?' 'It's blue.' ' Can I use it to travel freely and work in 26 neighbouring countries?' 'No - but look, it's blue.' - John O'Farrell by theinspectorst (3920 points, 963 comments)
  9. How can Daily Mail allow this? by SameIareone (3816 points, 913 comments)
  10. Snowflakes force Britain First to cancel their rally by middlemanmark (3293 points, 563 comments)

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