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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    Whether I want to or not I cannot actually begin to consider acceptance of a compromise Brexit leave position when I don't have anything on the table that even vaguely addresses my concerns. All I...
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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    How about India as a starter for ten

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-latest-britain-india-immigrants-accept-more-free-trade-deal-diplomat-warning-yk-sinha-a8073516.html

    And...
  3. Re: The Words of Wisdom of Boris Johnson - Foreign Secretary

    Sources close to Johnson were openly briefing that he was to request £100m/week additional funding for the NHS at the Cabinet meeting. That we do not know exactly what he said does not take from the...
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    Re: Holes in one, how many ?

    one 'unofficial' as I was by playing by myself and no-one else was around. Took me about 45yrs practice to get it - so I celebrated with myself and the Big Man upstairs nonetheless
  5. Re: The Words of Wisdom of Boris Johnson - Foreign Secretary

    What is our Foreign Secretary doing blustering on in public about £100m/week more funding for the NHS? Does he not recognise that that is the job of the Minister for Health and SC - to have...
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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    But B - where is your evidence for this? There is none. All there is is assertion, wishing and hoping.

    And as I say - my concerns are more social than economic, when it transpires that the...
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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    Absolutely in my opinion - but I suspect that there is little debate on whether the split in the country is real of not; whether or not that split will be difficult to heal; whether or not there are...
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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    Whatabootery is generally tedious and in this case does not address the weakness of Cameron - besides it's a dodgy road to travel since whataboot Tory voters criticising out of hand May's grovelling...
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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    As an ex-girlfriend she seems to be able to keep him on a hook such that he has said today that they may get back together. Well that's a good idea Henry. And when he said he had dumped her he was...
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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    Because UKIP are utterly and completely responsible for driving Cameron's weakness and stupidity in caving it to demands for a referendum on the EU - and hence they are responsible for splitting the...
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    Re: Another newbie

    Don't worry about what your swing might look like. You are a beginner. Besides - hardly any of us have anything even vaguely like what we see the pros do on TV, we develop our own swing. And the...
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    Re: Essential Music

    In that vein Bronski Beat's The Age of Consent is a cracker - not sure if it is essential though...depends where you stand
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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    And so with the sit-on-the-fence nonsupport support from Nigel Farage, Henry Bolton is going to go to a forthcoming UKIP EGM where he will present a new UKIP constitution and seek a mandate from the...
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    Re: So what are you listening to at the moment?

    Have that CD sitting in a pile I have inherited - waiting to be listened to by me for the first time,
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    Re: Advise on conservatory flooring

    I can concur on this - though not through experience of our conservatory. We had a small toilet shower room built onto the side of the house. Concrete base with ceramic tiles - absolutely freezing...
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    Re: So what are you listening to at the moment?

    :thup:

    Currently have 22 Dreams by Paul Weller on the car CD - and it is good - new to me so just listening to it for the first time. Much of Paul Weller's solo stuff leaves me a bit cold - but...
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    Re: Article 50

    And so could the UK. I wonder how often we did. I suspect more often than we know.
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    Re: Article 50

    They may not be a particularly coherent bunch - but they all remain in the EU and are therefore bound by it's rules. That some countries may find attractive the idea of making unilateral deals with...
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    Re: Egypt Anybody?

    LOL - For our may holiday I think Mrs Hogie is just going to see what is on offer - anywhere - when we are just a few weeks from the date that we plan to go. And if she fancies something - that's...
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    Re: UK Defence Spending

    I suspect so. But meanwhile in order to try and maintain some semblance but pretence that the UK remains a major player in global defence and military matters (and or permanent place on the UN...
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    Re: UK Defence Spending

    Yes indeed they will. So who do they listen to? We give the Army and other services increased funding it will have to be taken from existing budgets unless borrowing is increased (austerity for...
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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    Because UKIP for their sins were what Cameron was feart of when he promised a referendum. So what happens to them matters - there are people out there who actually vote for them.
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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    Just been listening to Mick McGough of the UKIP NEC and David Coburn Leader UKIP in Scotland talking about Henry Bolton. Oh dear God - and some folks vote for these people...:(
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    Re: UK Defence Spending

    Which should be true - except NATO cannot protect UK services, banks, communications etc from cyber attack; denial of service etc. And separately if the UK is to contribute an effective component to...
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    Re: Sir Nigel Farage?

    Farage not unsupportive of Bolton - but will not positively support him at a forthcoming UKIP EGM - at which Farage requires UKIP to reform. And it doesn't...
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