Debate Magazine

I Don't Care What The Weatherman Says, If The Weatherman Says It's Raining...

Posted on the 17 April 2012 by Humanwriter @roseforman
Brilliant, typically 'The Sun' article this week, stating that nearly half of 'all Britons' want to move abroad. Although I dislike the fact that they're calling The Sun readership 'all Britons' I have to admit that I agree. The grass does seem to be greener on the other side and if we're inundated with hosepipe bans throughout the summer then the grass might literally be greener in New Zealand or Canada. If I had the money I might have packed my bags years ago, but the big bad world is scary and there's always the danger that if it all goes Pete Tong then its a long way to go back to mom and dads house! These lovely colourful graphs below demonstrate what The Sun readers would miss most about Britain and, on the other hand, their reasons for leaving the country:I Don't Care What The Weatherman Says, If The Weatherman Says It's Raining...
My personal favorite section of The Sun article was the graph depicting which of the Prime Ministers of the last 30 years have made Britain 'better or worse'? (See below) These numbers do seem to be fairly accurate to me: Thatcher made some bits better, some bits worse, Major barely did anything of interest, Tony did some good stuff but everything is overshadowed by the Iraq war, Brown can only be described as a Muppet and Cameron... It'll be interesting to see what the public thinks of Cameron when he has to leave, will he jump or be pushed? (It was Clegg in the Commons with the candlestick.)
I Don't Care What The Weatherman Says, If The Weatherman Says It's Raining...All rights for the images remain with The Sun and © News Group Newspapers Limited, clicking the images should take you to the original source.

You Might Also Like :

Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog

These articles might interest you :

  • Lipoprotein (a) Used to Be the Forgotten Lipid. Not Anymore.

    Lipoprotein Used Forgotten Lipid. Anymore.

    Lipoprotein (a) - or its abbreviation, Lp(a), pronounced "el-pee-little-a" - is emerging from obscurity. And for good reason. Among them, Bob Harper, the TV... Read more

    5 hours, 2 minutes ago by   Dietdoctor
  • How to Avoid an Identity Crisis.

    Avoid Identity Crisis.

    The secrets of a branding identity review - and when to ask for help. Quick quiz: Which of the following items are part of your company's brand identity? ... Read more

    5 hours, 29 minutes ago by   Marketingtango
  • Wake Up You Sleepy Head!!

    So how are your mornings?? Is your teen a member of the "I'm getting up!!! Leave me alone club!! Do you dread getting out of bed, knowing that your early mornin... Read more

    5 hours, 37 minutes ago by   Joanigeltman
  • Rothy’s Shoes Review

    Rothy’s Shoes Review

    A year ago, I purchased my first pair of Rothy's flats. After giving them a real beating through the streets of New York, I wrote my first Rothy's flats... Read more

    5 hours, 59 minutes ago by   Wardrobeoxygen
  • This Week’s Meal Plan: Egg-free Meals!

    Our popular keto meal-plan tool gives you everything you need to succeed on a keto low-carb diet. Meal plans, recipes and shopping lists - no planning... Read more

    6 hours, 13 minutes ago by   Dietdoctor
  • ExWeb Interviews Controversial Mountaineer Denis Urubko

    ExWeb Interviews Controversial Mountaineer Denis Urubko

    If you're looking for some interesting reading today, check out Explorers Web's great interview with climber Denis Urubko, an extremely talented mountaineer... Read more

    7 hours ago by   Kungfujedi
  • AAU Acceptance And School Fees Registration Procedure – 2018/2019

    The Ambrose Alli University (AAU) Acceptance fee payment and registration procedure for newly admitted candidates in the 2018/2019 academic session have been... Read more

    7 hours, 38 minutes ago by   Naijapary