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Jools last won the day on May 21 2019

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  1. Why would the government allow inferior meat products into the food chain, Herminge? Australia produces some of the highest quality beef in the world and some say it's superior to British beef --- I beg to differ The UK is growing its markets overseas, notably in Asia, Mexico and the US, and I seriously doubt EU countries will want to miss out... Then again, that'll be up to the EU. https://ahdb.org.uk/strategy
  2. UK farmers won't be affected much by this free trade deal -- The hospitality sector contributes £59.3 billion in Gross Value Added to the UK economy and they will continue to buy quality British beef cuts, whilst the cheaper Australian meat will be consumed in school canteens, hospitals, fast food outlets etc.. Most of our beef currently comes from Ireland and it is Irish farmers that will be affected negatively Where overall trade is concerned, the UK will still export more to Australia than vice versa.
  3. Brits will wear it as a badge of honour
  4. https://rumble.com/vgmf1b-maricopa-county-admit-they-didnt-have-admin-passwords-for-audit.html
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    "The railways need accountability, not nationalisation. So we will end the complicated franchising model and create a simpler, more effective rail system, including giving metro mayors control over services in their areas." page 27 of the Conservative manifesto 2019
  6. Jools

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    Oh hang on, I'll put said post as a reply to KiO's post so as you might understand the relevance..
  7. Jools

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    "The railways need accountability, not nationalisation. So we will end the complicated franchising model and create a simpler, more effective rail system, including giving metro mayors control over services in their areas." page 27 of the Conservative manifesto 2019
  8. Trouble with holidaying in the UK though, Ricardo, is the EU countries are already losing billions in tourism and nigh on 17 million EU jobs are at risk if the British holiday pound holidays at home... I'm looking forward to my West Country vacation
  9. Yes, I obviously realise that, Herminge, and I also realise they're all at it, Left, Centre & Right... The point here is why is it only bad when the Centre & Right do it? Lefties get a free pass do they?
  10. Yeah, that'll be it, fella..
  11. Yes, I believe Mordaunt in this instance because she's telling the truth, coco: Penny Mordaunt’s mauling of Angela Rayner in the Commons yesterday afternoon took Westminster by storm, Rayner and Mordaunt were even trending on Twitter. Given it was so watched, Guido thought a fact check of one of Mordaunt’s main claims was in order: Referring back to Ange’s speech, she named the PM, the Home Secretary, the Health Secretary and Lord Lister, whose total declared takings since January 2020 benchmark amounted to just £4,660 for Boris and £55,586 for Hancock. Surprisingly Priti doesn’t have a single register of interest entry… Rayner’s coffers on the other hand have been working overtime. Since January 2020 Angie has received: 21 January: £50,000 from Waheed Ali 22 January: £1,683.21 from GMB 22 January: £47,227.58 from GMB 26 January: £1,000 from Simeon Honore 30 January: £25,000 from GMB 31 January: £10,000 from Rajesh Agrawal 4 February: £10,000 from USDAW 11 February: £25,000 from CWU 25 February: £2,000 from Mohammed Imran 4 March: £25,000 from Trevor Chinn 5 March: £10,000 from Intro Developments Ltd 5 March: £25,000 from Martin Taylor 12 March: £2,500 from Simeon Honore That’s a whopping £234,410.79, and – as Penny pointed out – the same as four times the total takings of the government figures she was pointing the finger at (£240,984). Penny had Rayner bang to rights…
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