It's not just Brexit – there are many ways that the country is disintegrating around us.
"If you're a nana with a bad hip, that makes you one of our best fighters: no cops are going to want to touch you."
Energy Minister Claire Perry MP dismissed fracking protesters as a "shouty few" at a fringe event.
Last year a fracking company made a pre-emptive strike against protests from “persons unknown” – i.e. anyone and everyone.
Three men face almost four years behind bars between them for protesting against fracking in Lancashire.
[Slowly backs out of the environmentalist room.]
Because why bother listening to people who are professionally more knowledgeable than you?
The government's signed off on a fracking plan for Lanchashire, and the message from this protest was clear – nah.
She is, quite literally, going to kill us all.
It's official: we're following in the US' footsteps and doing the whole fracking thing. But just how big a cheque would people take to let the deep drilling happen in their neighbourhood?
Activists say that carrying oil on trains leads to far too many explosions, derailments, and disasters.
And the worried people who live off the land.