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- 10-12-11, 14:50 #11
It's amazing how countries survived before the EU plan was devised and implemented. /sarcasm ... sorry.
I see\hear that the BBC Radio 4 did an interview with a Dutch Doctor Hertz Van Rental who is involved with sleep. The interviewer was investigating the thought of should such decisions be made so late at night when people should be in bed asleep.... reading betwen the lines of ... did DC make the correct decision because his sleep addled brain wasn't working properly?
No one should be under any illusion that what the BBC are concerned about is their funding from the EU. Yup, it isn't "just" the licence fee that they take off you which funds them, some of that £50m a day to the EU goes their way too.
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10-12-11, 15:17 #13
I would dearly like the £50m a day to return to Blighty's shores and for the UK to stand on it's own two feet. However, with far too many snouts in troughs one fears that this won't happen.
Ah well, back to the ironing ... <grumble>
10-12-11, 15:48 #14Its Tally Ho!!!..... not.....theres the f**king fox.
10-12-11, 16:29 #15
Some people are on the 'bitch'......they think it's all over.................it is now !sent from the flagdeck..... by aldis light
10-12-11, 16:36 #16
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I'm pretty sure that about a month ago, the German Financial Times put their price in marks as well as euros, maybe they've seen the writing on the wall, so to speak?
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10-12-11, 17:34 #19
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10-12-11, 18:10 #20
From what I can tell from the various rent-a gobs being paraded in front of the cameras this scenario still has some time to run and it will be a while before whether we know if Cameron has played a blinder or cocked up bigtime.Either side of the argument would do well to hold their counsel until that time.Rules are the wise man's guide and the fool's Bible