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  1. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    Great post. It must be because I totally agree!
  2. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    What's this wally talking about? I'm all for it. As a public sector worker I get a 5% pay rise and a four day week. Oh and free high speed broadband. My daughter will not have to pay back her student loan so she's pleased too! What could possibly go wrong?
  3. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    What did people genuinely think of that? I thought Johnson won the Brexit part, with Corbyn struggling to answer the question on if he would campaign for or against his renegotiated deal. Corbyn did much better on the NHS. Other parts of the debate were pretty even. Anyone else think it was very odd for the question of Scotland and their referendum being discussed by two Englishmen while the SNP weren't at the debate? Hardly inspiring from either man to be honest and honour even. Can't see that changing too many opinions.
  4. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    Am I supposed to be Hairy Crank? I've never claimed any of those things!
  5. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    It certainly does if you're poor.
  6. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    Water, Gas and Electricity are essentials of life.
  7. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    The trouble is that the right leaning voter coalesces around a single party, by and large. The left however have always split their support, (Labour, Lib Dem, Nationalist, Green) which in a first past the post system is a major disadvantage. Why Labour haven't come round to supporting PR I have never understood as it would produce an almost permanent left of center coalition. This year, with the Brexit Party being around, it looked like that mold might be broken but recent events mean we seem to be reverting to type.
  8. Tried your best at what? taking the pi$$? stating the ble£ding obvious? youre the only positive reason for "404 Gateway not Found"
  9. Hairy Canary

    Which Will Come First ?

    He's started writing books now as well!
  10. Hairy Canary

    Ratings v Watford

    All fair points Hoggy. I see the goal as very similar to Onel's against Man United. The united player loses the ball a similar distance from goal as Buendia did, with all the play ahead of him, to a fast direct player who still had plenty to do to score. Looking back at that goal I guess you could say the united defence could have done better but it's a no win situation. Fast player running at you. Lack of cover. Options left and right so whatever decision you make can be played around. The player who lost the ball and good play from the attacker resulted in the goal. bit harsh to criticise the covering players personally. Bloody miserable this morning so forgive the moan.
  11. Hairy Canary

    Ratings v Watford

    Buendia takes all of the blame for the first goal for me.
  12. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    Careful, you're beginning to sound like Bill. You don't know what sort of conclusions might be drawn!
  13. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    I don't find myself agreeing with you too often CD but totally agree with this.
  14. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    If Labour win Norwich North then Johnson can give up any thought of an overall majority as he needs swing of 3 or 4 points from Labour. Any national swing to Labour would be curtains.
  15. Hairy Canary

    The Brexit Thread

    So, when there is a referendum the result is advisory because we have a parliamentary democracy. Then if we vote in a parliament that wants to implement the referendum result we need to have another one in case we have changed our minds and we want to advise parliament not to implement it? right got it!
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