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UK government. No guts for a fight

UK’s Prime Minister Theresa May is gearing up to offer the EU a ‘divorce payment’ worth up to £30 billion in a bid to break the deadlock on a post-Brexit trade deal AND continue contributing to the EU budget during … Continue reading

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The racial politics of some.

Labour MP and key Corbyn ally shares Twitter message telling Rotherham sex abuse victims (the young girls raped by a Pakistani grooming gang) to ‘shut their mouths for the good of diversity’ . Not long after she attacked Labour MP … Continue reading

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It’s official, Brexit is screwed (and by default me).

Brexit has been watered down by some of the most insipid politics you’ll ever see. In short there are three flavors of Brexit being discussed. International Trade Secretary Liam Fox is leading the ‘hard’ Brexit group with Boris Johnson, Chris … Continue reading

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Today has been frustrating

There is something like 10 MAJOR aggregator property search engines in the UK. And they all do things slightly differently. For example:- A house in one displays trailers and park homes in another. The word detached can apply to flats … Continue reading

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Labour MP ‘bricked’ on a meet and greet.

MP Steve McCabe was left with facial injuries when he was hit in the face with a brick thrown by a motorcyclist. It may come a shock to the political classes but ‘the streets’ absolutely loath the outcast profession called … Continue reading

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History Repeats?

Back in the 50’s I can remember my soldier father teaching my mother how to duck and cover, tape up windows, and convert the cellar to a shelter. All because he was on 6 hour notice and couldn’t get time … Continue reading

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Sometimes I just don’t understand the deeply religious.

The family of Westminster terror attack victim Kurt Cochran refused to condemn the killer today, saying: “We harbour no ill will towards him.” His last day was to be spent sight-seeing in London following a visit to Mrs Cochran’s parents … Continue reading

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