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PostPosted: Tue 26 Dec, 2017 11:15 pm 
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EU prepares Canada-style trade deal due to lack of clarity over UK’s Brexit demands
Fallback plan underlines negotiators’ concern over May’s approach to future relations

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/e ... Ug.twitter


"" The EU is preparing to present Britain with a skeleton, Canada-style trade deal by the early summer if the UK is unable to clarify its demands and remains in “Brexit La-La land”, according to senior European officials.

The fallback plan considered by Brexit negotiators underlines the concern in Brussels, Berlin and Paris over Theresa May’s approach to future relations, which they fear will be too muddled to allow for meaningful negotiations.

Such a proposal would fall far short of what Britain is hoping for, with limited access for services, which make up a large part of the UK economy.""


Yup ! Since the UK is lazy/clueless/very clever/ expecting EU to do all the fucking work, they ARE doing the work , in their own interest, to save everyone frome ((((brexititis))).

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PostPosted: Tue 26 Dec, 2017 11:21 pm 
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I don't watch the telly much indeed,I wasn't watching it as such as listening to the radio,I forgot about the going on standby thing and thougt it had gone into a huff because of lack of use.


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Just because I like it, watched the film on TV yesterday, and Will Young has a wonderful voice. That good enough?

And he can act - not that that that's really relevant to this clip. That good enough?

Oh - and the next song is lovely, too. Real sob-maker.



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Meanwhile away from Brexit....

China is building solar roadways – ‘transparent concrete’ atop solar cells that charge driving cars

https://electrek.co/2017/12/21/china-so ... ign=buffer


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Oops - looks like you don't get the next song. And after the big build-up . . .


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PostPosted: Tue 26 Dec, 2017 11:55 pm 
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Not snobby about the telly,just on own I rarely bother,far more "in company" thing for me.I did enjoy the midwife thing on Christmas day.


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Oh, go on then. Since you all asked so nicely. Voice of an angel. Blame Mrs Henderson for reminding me.



Sob!


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PostPosted: Wed 27 Dec, 2017 12:00 am 
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https://www.gov.uk/government/consultat ... set-clause


Consultation outcome
Lane rental schemes for roadworks: removal of sunset clause

We have decided to proceed with removing the sunset clause as an interim solution. We will announce and put in place the longer term solution to lane rental as soon as possible.


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Congestion-busting scheme to benefit millions of drivers
Charging for road works is helping to improve journeys and reduce congestion.


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https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/ ... -forecasts


Zero real wage growth in Britain until end of 2018, thinktank forecasts
Pay squeeze is likely to get worse before it gets better, says Resolution Foundation, with pressure lifting late next year


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PostPosted: Wed 27 Dec, 2017 12:22 am 
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From the above linked article -

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“The good news is that things will get better next year,” he said. “The bad news is we may only go from backwards to standing still, with prospects for a meaningful pay recovery still out of sight.


Well, that should cheer everybody up.


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Just because I like it, watched the film on TV yesterday, and Will Young has a wonderful voice. That good enough?

And he can act - not that that that's really relevant to this clip. That good enough?

Oh - and the next song is lovely, too. Real sob-maker.


Turned on the TV last night, for the cricket, and Mrs Henderson... was on (my parents had been watching the Dame Judy program before it). Got a screen full of nekkid ladies. Was shocked I tell you, shocked! :o


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Dame Judi Dench was playing naked cricket?.Maybe I have misread.


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https://flood-warning-information.servi ... k/warnings


https://naturalresources.wales/flooding?lang=en

https://floodline.sepa.org.uk/floodupdates/

Flood warnings


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https://www.food.gov.uk/enforcement/alerts



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PostPosted: Wed 27 Dec, 2017 8:03 am 
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Good morfternoon.

Sure is wet and windy here.


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But what is the weather like?


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Balmy. (Have I got that spelling right?)


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U arsking mee?


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And how come you imbibe and I get the bloody raging headache/hangover?


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https://www.theguardian.com/society/201 ... help-soars


Number of domestic violence victims without legal help soars
Number of victims representing themselves against abusers in family courts has more than doubled since 2012



https://www.gov.uk/government/statistic ... ember-2017


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Black arts . . .


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AngryAsWell wrote:
Odd
After a couple or three Bailey's, hole and nose rhyme quite well
Till you write them down....
Hic...


'There she lies in the hole
Bottle of Bailey's up her nose'

Beneath this stone lies Angry As Well
Still clasping the bottle, with which she fell
Asleep, cursed by Bailey's Irish cream
now resting in a Brexit free dream.
The nectar found a frictionless border
quickly rearranging her internal order
Alas it seems the fatal dose
Was administered by slipping up her nose
(Succumbing to the whiskey glow,
Her rhyming skills were first to go)
So now she slumbers in this hole
Until the day she takes back control.


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HindleA wrote:
And how come you imbibe and I get the bloody raging headache/hangover?

PorFavor making use Virtual feedback through holes in the ftn cake time continuum.
(or, indeed, Black Arts, if you prefer the technical term)


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https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/201 ... 3m-of-snow
"'This is insane': Erie, Pennsylvania buried under 1.3m of snow"
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A Christmas storm has dumped a record amount of snow on Erie, Pennsylvania , and surrounding areas, burying homes, cars and gardens under as much as 1.3m (53in) of snow.


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HindleA wrote:
But what is the weather like?


Not exactly the best - windy and rain but now turned to sleety snow.

Chemo pt 4 tomorrow so we had to go in for a blood teat. Fortunately the roads are clear so were out and back in half an hour or so.

Good morning to you all - I trust everyone had a good time over the last couple of days.

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One for Hugo: https://www.theguardian.com/business/20 ... -ownership ;)


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I agree with Adonis

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... gin-trains

Chris Grayling is a complete moron. Who knew? A disgrace.

That isn't the way the franchising system is supposed to work. I don't think nationalising will do any good at all, but the government should have held Stagecoach to their bargain, which was a good deal for the rest of us.


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tinybgoat wrote:
AngryAsWell wrote:
Odd
After a couple or three Bailey's, hole and nose rhyme quite well
Till you write them down....
Hic...


'There she lies in the hole
Bottle of Bailey's up her nose'

Beneath this stone lies Angry As Well
Still clasping the bottle, with which she fell
Asleep, cursed by Bailey's Irish cream
now resting in a Brexit free dream.
The nectar found a frictionless border
quickly rearranging her internal order
Alas it seems the fatal dose
Was administered by slipping up her nose
(Succumbing to the whiskey glow,
Her rhyming skills were first to go)
So now she slumbers in this hole
Until the day she takes back control.


Oh! Very good !
Thank you :)


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Time again for my occasional reminder that Chris Grayling was once a member of the SDP :D


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Benjamin Kentish‏Verified account
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After blue passports, what next?
https://twitter.com/BenKentish/status/9 ... 9842797569


:shock:


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After blue passports, what next?
https://twitter.com/BenKentish/status/9 ... 9842797569


:shock:


Hardly a surprise that a considerable number of Leave voters want a return to the days when a sound thrashing was the best way of keeping children in line and sending a gunboat sorted out Johnny Foreigner...

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Left wing snowflakes are killing comedy, tearing down historic statues, removing books from universities, dumbing down panto, removing Christ from Christmas and suppressing free speech. Sadly, it must be true, history does repeat itself. It will be music next.

My emphasis

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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That poll keeps getting quoted, but is actually from February (in hindsight probably the peak of pro-Brexit "culture war" triumphalism)

Would be nice to have some more up to date findings.


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One Planet, no plan B.
In December, we presented 10 transformative initiatives for a greener planet → http://europa.eu/!dw67rv #ClimateAction

https://twitter.com/EU_Commission/statu ... 6186930176


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Left wing snowflakes are killing comedy, tearing down historic statues, removing books from universities, dumbing down panto, removing Christ from Christmas and suppressing free speech. Sadly, it must be true, history does repeat itself. It will be music next.

My emphasis

:lol: :lol: :lol:


Love some of the comments on the tweet. My favourite.

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But somehow, despite all the supposed suppression of free speech, you get to post this pish.


:D

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https://www.food.gov.uk/enforcement/alerts

Food warnings
There's the haggis and black pudding gone

https://www.food.gov.uk/news-updates/ne ... -botulinum

edited providing link to recalled food


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Presumably #IntellectualPanto has been triggered by Nadine :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Lib Dems 'facing fight for political future' in 2018

Former staffers and academics warn of ‘genuine fears for the future’ with many of the party’s 12 MPs having small majorities

The Liberal Democrats face being squeezed even further in 2018, with the party likely to struggle to make itself heard in the debate beyond Brexit and real fears for its future as a political force, former party staffers and academics have warned. (Guardian, my emphasis)


Have they contrived to make themselves as irrelevant as UKIP? Perhaps Labour is getting it right.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/dec/27/lib-dems-facing-fight-for-political-future-in-2018


Edited to add - getting it right on "Brexit", I mean.


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Presumably #IntellectualPanto has been triggered by Nadine :lol: :lol: :lol:

The chi squared distribution supports the null hypothesis that he didn't #IntellectualPanto


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The preliminary results of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union as of 21 December 2017

During the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU, we worked with a total of 377 drafts, including legislative initiatives, strategies and communications, Estonia also brought new topics to the agenda.

Below is the initial overview of the main achievements and results. A more detailed overview of the agreements and results will be presented to the Government, the Parliament of Estonia (Riigikogu) and to the public in the end of January 2018 the latest.

https://www.eu2017.ee/results


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#IntellectualPanto - page

:lol: :lol:

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I will stop this soon, but...


This year I've booked seats for Dick Wittgenstein.


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Iran has today passed a bill to recognise Jerusalem as the permanent capital of Palestine.

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