In May 1926, there was a general strike in the UK which was about coal imports from the Ruhr after WW1. The main protagonists were the mine owners and the miners. The Conservatives construed the issue to be a constitutional crisis and so it never became the basis for a revolution. With Brexit, I am puzzled about who is involved and who stands to benefit from a 'no-deal Brexit'. The Conservatives seem to want the 'no deal' situation very badly - whom are they touting for ? - They have also mentioned this 'constitutional crisis' thing again. One thing which interests me is that our George Brandis yesterday, made a statement about 'visa freedoms' and Brexit. It seems to reflect on the situation we have in Australia with cheap labour being imported under false pretences.