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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 7:41 am 
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Good morfternoon.

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Thanks for the update last night (I've just read it).

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Thanks for the update last night (I've just read it).

As ever, all good wishes.

Indeed.


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Morning all.

Thank you. I'd got to the point where I was thinking about what I would tell the kids if the worst happened. Awful feeling.

So, 20 years eh?

One of the most ludicrous things I've ever seen was on the release of Candle In The Wind where I happened to be in the local town and decided to go to Our Price to have a look for something. Big mistake. The queue of people lining up to pay for the single stretched through the shop and 20 yards or so into the shopping centre.

I just though "What the bloody hell?" - most of the country seemed to have taken leave of their senses - people saying they felt worse than after their mum or dad died!

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Morning all.

Thank you. I'd got to the point where I was thinking about what I would tell the kids if the worst happened. Awful feeling.

So, 20 years eh?

One of the most ludicrous things I've ever seen was on the release of Candle In The Wind where I happened to be in the local town and decided to go to Our Price to have a look for something. Big mistake. The queue of people lining up to pay for the single stretched through the shop and 20 yards or so into the shopping centre.

I just though "What the bloody hell?" - most of the country seemed to have taken leave of their senses - people saying they felt worse than after their mum or dad died!


Indeed. Although I miss "Our Price".


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Sorry - just pinched your "indeed". Valves still warming up . . .


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Our "Our Price" was the last to close.It had a party and everything.


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"Our Price" is responsible for my owning some really awful LPs which I bought on the back of loving just one or two tracks. ("Our Price" used to have a sort of "remainders bin" - the contents of which were so cheap that I couldn't resist.)


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The Shinzo Abe\Theresa May press conference is scheduled for 10.45am.


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https://mainlymacro.blogspot.co.uk/2017 ... wages.html


Why Brexit has led to falling real wages


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My brother's Birthday presents to me was music he liked;if I wanted to listen to them I had to pay a rental fee for record/tape player.


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More generous now he buys books he likes,reads them but doesn't charge a lending/reading fee.


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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 10:27 am 
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https://amp.theguardian.com/society/201 ... e-spending


Report slams distribution of government's £9bn childcare spending


http://www.smf.co.uk/publications/a-lost-generation/


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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 10:48 am 
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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 10:59 am 
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Clarifications and Corrections


Christmas presents,he barely remembers his own birthday never mind anybody elses least of all recognise them in any way.


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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 11:04 am 
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HindleA wrote:
https://amp.theguardian.com/society/2017/aug/31/report-slams-distribution-of-governments-9bn-childcare-spending


Report slams distribution of government's £9bn childcare spending


http://www.smf.co.uk/publications/a-lost-generation/


When you put this alongside the Frances Ryan piece you linked earlier which shows how families are losing quite substantial sums from the family element on moving across to universal credit, the overall picture is pretty stark. They're taking money from those most in need in the name of austerity to give to the better off to buy votes to stay in power. It's always been the Tory MO, but they're going so far so fast you wonder whether it'll all keep hanging together for them or if something will break so badly even the Mail can't ignore it any longer.

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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 11:06 am 
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Once whilst doing the school run,wearing his wifes's (rather skimpy)dressing gown and nothing else the car broke down and had to walk to the garage.The car got sorted eventually not sure if witnesses/staff have completely recovered.


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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 11:16 am 
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I've just taken a look at the #Diana20 and saw this which made me laugh so much...

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You called out to our country
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#Diana20 #PrincessDiana


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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 11:41 am 
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The press conference was a non-event (although I didn't expect otherwise). Although I learned that we make nice pitchers which, at a pinch (and as a one-off), blend well into a Japanese tea ceremony.


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Absolutely pleased at your news. Good wishes to all of you that this is the final turning point.

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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 12:04 pm 
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Interesting to see that Toby Young and the NSN people aren't crowing about the primary attainment at KS2 like they did about GCSEs...

Percentage reaching expected standard in Reading, Writing, and Maths
Local authority maintained mainstream schools.........62
Academies and free schools (mainstream)................61
Of which:
Sponsored academies (mainstream).........................52
Converter academies (mainstream)..........................65
Free schools (mainstream)......................................54
All state-funded mainstream schools........................62


Ah, that'll be the reason...poor Tobes, his beloved schools beaten by those run by politicians and bureaucrats...

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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 12:33 pm 
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Oh dear...

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Barnier: I'm meticulously following the negotiating guidelines. For UK, that's precisely the problem.


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Barnier: when I read UK position papers, I detect a form of nostalgia - enjoying benefits of single market while not being part of it.

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I quite enjoyed Michel Barnier's Dr David Banner impression.



Edited - typo

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It's Dr David Banner and not Bannen. Mortified.


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single market and shape its legal order." God this is depressing.

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Ah yes, 20 years ago.

In the week after the crash, I was in the town square chatting to a mate as I waited for a taxi.

This middle aged woman walked up to us literally wagging her finger, and then exclaimed "why are you just standing there laughing and joking, why aren't you showing that you CARE?"

We were, quite literally, speechless.

Just as well she didn't see the copy of Private Eye I had just bought, either. One of their greatest covers ever 8-)


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DAG thoughts on the single market - the final two tweets say it all really.

https://twitter.com/davidallengreen/sta ... 4125392901

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Political parties’ 2016 financial accounts published


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It appears that the Daily Telegraph, at one times a genuinely well regarded media outlet despite its well known political leanings, thinks Corbyn "appointed" Tom Watson as his deputy.


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AnatolyKasparov wrote:
It appears that the Daily Telegraph, at one times a genuinely well regarded media outlet despite its well known political leanings, thinks Corbyn "appointed" Tom Watson as his deputy.

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An opinion poll in New Zealand, which goes to the polls in a few weeks, has Labour overtaking the National Party for the first time in 12 years (!)


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Scotland's third sector unites to call for Universal Credit roll out to be halted


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StephenDolan wrote:
AnatolyKasparov wrote:
It appears that the Daily Telegraph, at one times a genuinely well regarded media outlet despite its well known political leanings, thinks Corbyn "appointed" Tom Watson as his deputy.

:rofl:


The only appropriate response really ;)


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Thanks for NZ update AK,some info/coverage here:-



http://www.radionz.co.nz/specials/election2017


http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/political ... atest-poll


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https://www.theguardian.com/society/201 ... les-rights


UN panel criticises UK failure to uphold disabled people's rights
Charities say report is grim reality check and Labour says it highlights how disabled people are bearing brunt of austerity


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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 5:43 pm 
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I take issue about just "austerity".Seriously believe they would have pursued,given zero cost savings at best and/or continue to do so,in any case?


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More segregation re.schools?


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Just to prove that life really is just one damn thing after another...

I went swimming only to get out and find my locker had been broken into, bag taken with keys inside...and then find my car had been nicked.

So instead of going to see my dear wife, I am awaiting a locksmith to change the locks just in case.

:cry:

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FFS.


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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug, 2017 5:52 pm 
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Oh dear Roger, Shakespeare was right that these things never come singly. Hope things improve for you soon!


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Just to prove that life really is just one damn thing after another...

I went swimming only to get out and find my locker had been broken into, bag taken with keys inside...and then find my car had been nicked.

So instead of going to see my dear wife, I am awaiting a locksmith to change the locks just in case.

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That's just awful. I'm really sorry to hear that.

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RogerOThornhill wrote:
Just to prove that life really is just one damn thing after another...

I went swimming only to get out and find my locker had been broken into, bag taken with keys inside...and then find my car had been nicked.

So instead of going to see my dear wife, I am awaiting a locksmith to change the locks just in case.

:cry:
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dreadful news, Roger, I'm sorry


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@RogerOThornhill

Bummer. You're wise to take the lock-changing precaution. I hope it all gets sorted out satisfactorily and that hospital visits can be accomplished without too much trouble. Car hire? Perhaps your insurance covers that.


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"Once we've shown Europe the way, they'll all be following us out the door. And the EU will only make it worse if it tries to punish us" etc.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DIkKqMLXUAAUiUZ.jpg


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RogerOThornhill wrote:
Interesting to see that Toby Young and the NSN people aren't crowing about the primary attainment at KS2 like they did about GCSEs...

Percentage reaching expected standard in Reading, Writing, and Maths
Local authority maintained mainstream schools.........62
Academies and free schools (mainstream)................61
Of which:
Sponsored academies (mainstream).........................52
Converter academies (mainstream)..........................65
Free schools (mainstream)......................................54
All state-funded mainstream schools........................62


Ah, that'll be the reason...poor Tobes, his beloved schools beaten by those run by politicians and bureaucrats...


Appreciate you still keeping your eye on this. Nicked it to post elsewhere.

Look at those "already successful in LAs" converter academies getting the average up.


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Tubby Isaacs wrote:
"Once we've shown Europe the way, they'll all be following us out the door. And the EU will only make it worse if it tries to punish us" etc.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DIkKqMLXUAAUiUZ.jpg


"23 Paces to Baker Street" springs to mind.


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I had to look that up. Sounds very interesting.

Spain seems to be the strongest "hit the UK harder". They've spotted a chance to replace us at the top table in the EU.


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