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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09 ... uture/amp/

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Back this Repeal Bill, or we face a chaotic future


Behind a paywall. I just thought the headline was worth linking for the sheer audacity. Yes, the repeal bill is essential. Which is why it's up to the government to present it in a form that is acceptable to the house. If they don't, it's their chaos and nobody else's.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/09/back-repeal-bill-face-chaotic-future/amp/

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Back this Repeal Bill, or we face a chaotic future


Behind a paywall. I just thought the headline was worth linking for the sheer audacity. Yes, the repeal bill is essential. Which is why it's up to the government to present it in a form that is acceptable to the house. If they don't, it's their chaos and nobody else's.

Could have been said by Mussolini couldn't it?

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Northern & Shell takeover may prolong Trinity Mirror's life, but its future is uncertain
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HindleA are you still lost on that cycling trip?


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BTW to save me getting cross with my autocorrect is it OK if I call you Handle? :lol:


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PostPosted: Sun 10 Sep, 2017 6:35 pm 
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"Tory MPs will be shocked by the way the authors say moves to persuade May into gambling her fate on a surprise Election on June 8 were led by Davis, who ‘pushed’ her into it .
He was desperate to delay the next Election to stop the EU forcing him to accept a poor Brexit deal in 2019 – on the brink of an Election the following year. ‘Davis wanted an Election and set about getting one,’ says the book.

Davis told May’s Australian election guru Sir Lynton Crosby: ‘No one is closer to Theresa May than I, and I, Philip Hammond and Theresa really run the country. I’m urging her to have an Election as early as possible. We’re well ahead in the polls and we’ll win.’
When a stunned Crosby disagreed, Davis bragged: ‘I’m persuading her"


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Of course you may,Paula.Recent cycling is via exercise bike,with varying pictures and sound effects but at least I end up at home.


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UK water privatisation looks little more than an organised rip-off


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Britain needs more accessible housing


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BREXIT AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Ever since the UK voted to leave the European Union in June 2016 there’s been an intense discussion about what this could mean for our rights. Here’s everything we know so far.

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I can't stop thinking about the lovely bloke from Florida who was interviewed on yesterday's TV news. He was driving to one or another of the Carolinas in order to get some elderly relatives to a safe haven.


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Phones confiscated for weeks and sick buckets in the classroom - tough new rules at Norfolk school


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Not sure I'd always post polls from the (excellent) Huddersfield Examiner, but this one rings true
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If a deal can’t be reached before the 2019 deadline, the most popular option among readers was to leave the EU, with more than two-fifths backing this (45.1%), with 43.9% picking the option to stay until a deal is done.

In terms of options that would involve leaving the EU at the deadline date, 22.8% backed stopping negotiations as well, while 20.4% said to keep negotiating.

Completely down the middle here in other words.


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PostPosted: Sun 10 Sep, 2017 8:22 pm 
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Also spot on from the Examiner

http://www.examiner.co.uk/news/news-opi ... y-13590245

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OPINION: Stop giving a platform to gay 'cure' bigots and racists on national TV
Not giving someone a platform is not denying them free speech


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Britain flouting duty to protect citizens from toxic air pollution


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Call for action as UK 'falls behind rest of Europe for life expectancy growth'


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Public sector pay cap to be lifted for police and prison officers


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Brexit: Theresa May accused by TUC of 'Santa wish list'


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Marriage equality: don't yell at me about it, says Barnaby Joyce - politics live


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