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  1. Oh, sideways swipe! Couldn't resist could you, sonyc
  2. Here's hoping he at least posts some remotely funny ones... Tall order mind, even the approximate 100 Ayoreo people, some of whom are in the Totobiegosode tribe of Paraguay, know the Left don't do funny memes.
  3. Perhaps a new year resolution, nosebag....take it or leave it of course. But rather than trying to keep creating difference between one group of people ....me and you / us and them...why not just respond to the point the poster makes without a sideways snipe? There will always be differences of opinion but the thread wouldn't be taken off into a gamut of insults. Just my attempt at peace making and bonhomie in this new year. I don't agree with your views but never wish you harm nor will abuse you. When we do that every one just gets defensive. I realise every now and then I post something along these lines and I fail every time but I still feel I ought to retry (every now and then).
  4. Perhaps a new year resolution, smallfry....take it or leave it of course. But rather than trying to keep creating difference between one group of people ....me and you / us and them...why not just respond to the point the poster makes without a sideways snipe? There will always be differences of opinion but the thread wouldn't be taken off into a gamut of insults. Just my attempt at peace making and bonhomie in this new year. I don't agree with your views but never wish you harm nor will abuse you. When we do that every one just gets defensive. I realise every now and then I post something along these lines and I fail every time but I still feel I ought to retry (every now and then).
  5. Aye, France - 332 people vaccinated by end of 2020 -- Italy 8300 -- Germany 130,000 -- UK 944,539... Despite Brexit
  6. Aye, didn't take long to disprove the first bit of Remaniac scaremongering in 2021 Happy New Year all
  7. Glorious! Sir Wan Kier & Bunter getting their comeuppances
  8. Don’t ruin this thread please. Thank you.
  9. That's because all the pirates have returned to Penzance where the 'aaaarh' rate has gone through the roof....
  10. The UK is giving it the greenlight within the next few days Not so within the EU mind AstraZeneca vaccine not ready for quick European approval, watchdog official says | Reuters Good thing we've left
  11. Didn't watch the match, Billock --- I was waiting for one of your revenue-robbing-illegal live streams-full of viruses Good ol' Radio Norfolk
  12. Horsefly reading a large sign saying 'THE UK HAS LEFT THE EU AND THERE'S NO GOING BACK!'
  13. The question everyone in the world want's answered is if your 11 Lib-Dums are going to vote for or against the deal, Hermione?
  14. Ws I often see Major in the summer months -- More often than not at Morston Hall dining... I'll be letting him know what I think of him next time I have the misfortune of seeing him
  15. You've been ignoring for the last 4.5 years, Billock.. That's why you lost
  16. Well, we didn't have to wait long for the professionals conclusions and everything suggests the deal is a good 'un ERG Backs the Deal (scribd.com) And Lefties be like:
  17. £100 MILLION TURING PROGRAMME ANNOUNCED TURING VERSUS ERASMUS --- GLOBAL BRITAIN VERSUS LITTLE EUROPE Thousands of young Britons will be able to study and do work placements across the world via the new the Turing programme backed by over £100 million for around 35,000 students in universities, colleges and schools to go on placements and exchanges overseas, starting in September 2021. Unlike the Erasmus programme, which was founded in 1987 “to promote a sense of European identity* and citizenship among its participants”, the new scheme will have a global outlook, targeting students from disadvantaged backgrounds and areas boosting students’ skills and prospects, benefitting UK employers. It will be life changing for the student participants. A year of Erasmus-funded reading of Sartre at the Sorbonne in Paris, or a year of Turing-funded study of Nano-engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras? It is a no-brainer to choose the exciting future that is beyond Little Europe. *The EC in latter years funded a post-graduate exchange programme that offered opportunities outside Europe. Some 95% of the budget still focuses on Europe.
  18. Neither have I, Herbert, so it's best we wait for the professionals conclusions than you believe everything written in the Guardian and me believing everything written in the Spectator
  19. Despite Herminge having meticulously studied the full 1246-page text of the deal in his potting-shed, we're all commenting here without full knowledge of the contents of the deal or its implications -- However, it seems that we have regained control of our laws, our money and our waters - The latter has provoked protests from some of the fishermen, but as I understand it there will be a 5.5 year transition period during which the industry will be able to rebuild with a government subsidies to assist; after which the allocation of quotas will become an annual event -- Other nations will be able to bid for quotas of which, I understand, they will have to pay for --- Had we regained full control of fishing on Jan 1st the industry wouldn't have been able to cope with the additional quota straight away. It seems to me that we have the basis now for an independent future where we will be able to negotiate trade worldwide without any hindrance from the EU -- MPs will be more accountable to their constituents, hence better control of our own immigration system, and we will be able to rebuild our tax system -- There `s quite a lot to be going on with so rather than trying to pick holes in the detail, if the general conditions are right, let us go forth and make the most of it
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