The Daily Populous

Monday October 7th, 2019 day edition

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A cabinet minister confessed that a No Deal Brexit situation could lead to bored lorry drivers stuck in traffic jams seeking public sex.

Initially reported by The Times, the cabinet minister was caught at the Conservative conference this week worrying about the potential increase in “dogging” near the channel ports in a No Deal Brexit scenario.

Such a scenario would be the result of Britain leaving the European Union without a formal withdrawal deal, something that Prime Minister Boris Johnson says will happen if the EU refuses to compromise before October 31st.

If lorries were backed up and stuck in traffic jams before taking the crossing to France, the minister said that an increase in “dogging” was likely to occur:.

Operation Yellowhammer, a government document detailing the worst case No Deal scenario, envisages a “three month meltdown” at British ports.

National File reported this week on the case of a man literally driven mad by Brexit.

A man in his 40s developed a serious case of psychosis following the Brexit referendum vote, suffering hallucinations and delusions as a result. »

Politicians Who Win Elections Have Subtle Personality Differences Compared To Their Unsuccessful Rivals

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A 2017 study, for instance, found that American state politicians differed from the general public on each of the “Big Five” personality traits.

Do those who lose elections show the same personality profile — or are there particular traits that separate the winners from the losers?.

Successful candidates scored lower on one particular personality trait, openness to experience, the researchers report in Personality and Individual Differences. »

Trump told Republicans he doesn't want impeachment on his 'resume': report

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Trump said impeachment is a "bad thing to have on your resume" in a call with House Republicans, a source on the call told Axios.

The sources said that after the comment, Trump said, "But it's going to make Kevin Speaker," referring to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Kevin Owen McCarthyTrump told Republicans he doesn't want impeachment on his 'resume': report Trump holds call with House GOP amid impeachment inquiry House conservatives press Schiff over knowledge of whistleblower complaint MORE (R-Calif.).

House Democrats formally launched an impeachment inquiry two weeks ago after details emerged of a phone call between Trump and his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky. »