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- mr.elbee 12:58:02 01/09/2014
- You are right Valedo....but the world has always been dangerous...but being an island we avoided most of it...now with the rise of the terrifying COMPUTER,and the absence of sense at a very high level,such danger is now here....to stay..
- Aceuk 22:35:23 31/08/2014
- And out of that list I agree about diesels - dirty, smelly and noisy but suited the political agenda (what a larf, global warming!) at the time - if I could currently justify it, I'd have a C63 on the drive within the next 2 weeks. I can't justify it for quite a few reasons, but mainly down to that ethereal bollocks called common sense.
- gbh2 09:36:46 30/08/2014
- He must be Mad if he thinks going in will improve his standing with the electorate after the complete bollocks Blair and his mate Bush made of Iraq! Though he may consider that raising the Terrorist Threat Level may bring it home to the Scots that they're better protected with us than apart?
- gbh2 07:42:27 30/08/2014
- The government needs every distraction it can find to take the electorate's mind off the mess they're are in regarding, Kids being raped, MPs defecting and Scotland becoming independent! So a bit more Bank Bashing that appears to put money into people's pockets and a raising of the terror threat can't be bad for the government imo!
- cm44 17:43:01 29/08/2014
- Many Lloyds shareholders must be wondering where the hell they are going to place their vote at next election.Talk about being in between a rock and a hard place.No wonder there are so many "don't knows".
- begorrah88 08:19:15 29/08/2014
- I think that now goes for most of the UK public. I don't know one person that is loyal to Tesco anymore and most of us begrudge having to go in there for that one or two items that we can't get elsewhere.
- redartbmud 08:14:41 29/08/2014
- beg Agreed. My Tesco Extra, opened 2+ years ago has been badly managed since it opened. Furthermore they have never got the supply chain right. I don't shop there unless I am desperate for the odd product that I need, short of time and passing the door. red
- gotnorolex 18:18:55 28/08/2014
- C of E and C of S.....Confused? Have you heard of C of SI (South India)? Well Anglicans and Catholics now share the Synod for a single Church out there. They were Syrian Christians from the time of St Thomas, way before the Romans brought Christianity to these Isles. BYDNKT as Michael Caine would say!
- grahamite2 16:11:34 28/08/2014
- A single currency implies a single central bank implies a single government. That is what the Euro's all about and always has been all about. The commissars of Europe couldn't care less about the suffering it has produced and will produce.
- Aceuk 21:10:52 27/08/2014
- Doesn't mean a thing - the only thing that matters is the poll on the day and I remain of the opinion the Scots are too sensible to take a leap into Salmond's dark pool. Anyway, even if I'm right the next issue will be devolution for England .... sorry I mean London ;-)
- Alphorn 11:13:24 27/08/2014
- Bw - the same argument about 'fixed' exchange rates apply in the UK - it is only just in the last few weeks that Scotland no longer thinks that it is important and 'insist' on keeping the pound. ;-)))
- mr.elbee 09:03:02 27/08/2014
- No..it is because the europeans are trapped in a gold standard with no state control over interest rates/exchange rate/and fiscal policy....all the control weapons have gone in pursuit of a dream. notice the abolition of the euro is NEVER discussed any more.