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Morning.

Saw an April Fool that the England football team would be relocating to Holland after Brexit whilst scrolling through twitter this morning but I can't seem to find it now, or I'd share it. This is quite fun, though:

https://twitter.com/EPinUK/status/980320102183788544

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Are you ready for some "investigative journalism"? I went on Facebook, searched Conservatives, clicked on a page, looked at the second post down about Gina Miller, found misogyny, abuse, an implied threat of violence & implicit racism. When do I collect my Pulitzer?

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Morning.

Saw an April Fool that the England football team would be relocating to Holland after Brexit whilst scrolling through twitter this morning but I can't seem to find it now, or I'd share it. This is quite fun, though:

https://twitter.com/EPinUK/status/980320102183788544

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Some genuinely hilarious examples of Brexiteers falling for it hook, line and sinker :lol:


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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-43604865


Special needs cash shortfall 'leaves thousands of pupils unplaced'


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This seems to be outside the paywall, there's some great lines in it.
Brexit and Britain’s two-faced ruling class
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Brexit has created a two-faced ruling class in London too. Very few British politicians, civil servants, business leaders or even many Brexit-cheerleading journalists believe the official state ideology of Brexit. They just mouth the slogans. The populist policy of Brexit has made the populist claim come true: Britain’s elite lies.

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Well it was outside the paywall. :roll:

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https://amp.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... -analytica
"AggregateIQ: the obscure Canadian tech firm and the Brexit data riddle"
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Now it is up to parliament. It is in possession of Cambridge Analytica’s and AIQ’s corporate documents. It supports a government that is intimately entwined in this. And how it negotiates those two irreconcilable facts may be a yardstick that future generations will come to measure it by.

I don't think there's anything new in article, but a good summary.


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"Merkel ally suggests longer Brexit transition period as May admits Britain may not be ready to leave"


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"Angry nationalist reaction to plans to rename Europa Station to Britannia Station following Brexit…"
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Following Brexit central government has issued guidelines that all new projects should reflect a British identity. Britannia is one of the most unifying symbols of the Celtic regions and we believe it is the perfect name to reflect this great example of a 21st Century British engineering project.

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https://sluggerotoole.com/2018/04/01/angry-nationalist-reaction-to-plans-to-rename-europa-station-to-britannia-station-following-brexit/
"Angry nationalist reaction to plans to rename Europa Station to Britannia Station following Brexit…"
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Following Brexit central government has issued guidelines that all new projects should reflect a British identity. Britannia is one of the most unifying symbols of the Celtic regions and we believe it is the perfect name to reflect this great example of a 21st Century British engineering project.

hmm.


Is this serious? If so, it's getting more frightening by the minute.


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tinybgoat wrote:
https://sluggerotoole.com/2018/04/01/angry-nationalist-reaction-to-plans-to-rename-europa-station-to-britannia-station-following-brexit/
"Angry nationalist reaction to plans to rename Europa Station to Britannia Station following Brexit…"
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Following Brexit central government has issued guidelines that all new projects should reflect a British identity. Britannia is one of the most unifying symbols of the Celtic regions and we believe it is the perfect name to reflect this great example of a 21st Century British engineering project.

hmm.


Is this serious? If so, it's getting more frightening by the minute.

I wasn't sure, then from comments decided it was April Fool, now not sure again. It's disturbingly plausible.
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This is also a bit close to the bone:
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Yes, I noticed this in the paper shop this morning.

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Confidence in the elections watchdog is evaporating as it emerged that almost half of its board have made public statements criticising the pro-Brexit campaign or backing calls for the result to be overturned, despite strict impartiality rules.

An investigation by The Sunday Telegraph found that four of the Electoral Commission’s 10 commissioners, including the chairman, had made pronouncements on Brexit since the referendum – all of them backing Remain.

The body’s code of conduct states that commissioners must “act at all times” to “uphold its impartiality”.


I couldn't see who was demanding resignations but could take an educated guess...

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A comprehensive round-up of tax and spend changes introduced at various budgets that kicked in today:

https://www.croydonadvertiser.co.uk/new ... ssion=true

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Heavy snow.No mention of the ending of SMI,an act of evil on so many levels.Unfortunately I don't believe in hell so I can't even console myself the defamers,besmirchers,human detritus,unworthy to lick the boots of the so called "unfair".What I can do is try to outlive the cunts.


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Half way to but one dialysis session a week equivalent.But one treatment done at home.


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Relieving the State is being a burden.


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Perhaps think getting charged for a treatment,by other means,this plus related social care musings is exactly what it is.


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Is "heavy snow" just a general comment on the weather forecast, or is there heavy snow where you are? Pissing down here, as usual.





Edited - "on" for "to"

That's a question (above) directed at HindleA, in case anyone's wondering.


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It was snowing heavily,as ever perfect timing, on walk home.


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Pissing down during early hours,
heavy snow from 4:30 (settled)
now back to raining again, with a steamy mist.
It's like someone's spilt a giant slush puppy out there.


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Have absolutely no doubt,if the timing had been different the move off benefits actually caused by death would have been presented as causative and pronounced a success,the warped minds of politicos is a very dark place indeed.


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Where was everybody last night, then?


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https://www.theguardian.com/society/201 ... d-up-to-be

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Government's Easter pay rise is not all it's cracked up to be


Some figures tucked away in this article pretty much confirm what teachers are anecdotally reporting:

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Fresh figures from the ONS last week showed households became net borrowers, rather than savers, for the first time since 1987. Meanwhile, the households savings ratio, which measures outgoings and incoming money, is at its lowest level since 1963.

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Avoiding work,as per.There wasn't many people there.Happen to have a job of little status ,zero skill but has to be done.I chose it,not complaining,largely left alone in contemplative reflection whilst robotically doing with dancing partner Sybil.


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Better tonight ,enjoined with "cardboard man" from Rumania and political/social comparisons.


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Better tonight ,enjoined with "cardboard man" from Rumania and political/social comparisons.


Was this one not in work, then?



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Bearing false witness,encourage hate of neighbour,covet thy neighbours dialysis room/adapted property.


Alternative Tory Christianity.


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You have to pull cords to get between chiller/freezer ,being a short arse and not in a vehicle this can sometimes mean a bit of a leap to reach.


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To be fair it was Webb that came out with the only fair to have the default position of a dialysis room being chargeable because others may not have them,"relieving the NHS is so very selfish"


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To be fair it was Webb that came out with the only fair to have the default position of a dialysis room being chargeable because others may not have them,"relieving the NHS is so very selfish"


Webb? (Showing my ignorance again.)


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Where was everybody last night, then?

Went to listen to (the legendary) Jack Whitham, play:-
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Pissing down during early hours,
heavy snow from 4:30 (settled)
now back to raining again, with a steamy mist.
It's like someone's spilt a giant slush puppy out there.

This is what it looked like when I woke up:
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It's now a "giant slush puppy".


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tinybgoat wrote:
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Went to listen to (the legendary) Jack Whitham, play:-
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Whitham


Not a musician, then (as I discovered)!


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tinybgoat wrote:
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Where was everybody last night, then?

Went to listen to (the legendary) Jack Whitham, play:-
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Whitham


Not a musician, then (as I discovered)!

Definitely a musician (Great voice & has written 300 songs, can't vouch for them all, but once I've heard, good ), also footballer, ex. pub landlord etc.
Interestingly, haven't heard him reference football in his act, but did mention his Grandfather's VC.


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https://amp.theguardian.com/education/2 ... sh-schools
"Teachers warn of growing poverty crisis in British schools"
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“My children, who have gone from me up to the local secondary school, have grey skin, poor teeth, poor hair, poor nails. They are smaller, they are thinner,” she said.
“At sporting events, you see your children in the year group compared to other children in an affluent area and you think: our kids are really small. You don’t notice it because you’re with them all the time, but when you see them with children of the same age who are from an affluent area, they just look tiny.”


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Not a musician, then (as I discovered)!

Definitely a musician (Great voice & has written 300 songs, can't vouch for them all, but once I've heard, good ), also footballer, ex. pub landlord etc.
Interestingly, haven't heard him reference football in his act, but did mention his Grandfather's VC.[/quote]

Whoops - sorry! I saw the word "football" and tuned out. I've now read the link properly.

Edited to add -

I sort of assumed you were referring to an audio of football highlights with a live contribution.


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https://amp.theguardian.com/education/2018/apr/02/teachers-warn-of-growing-poverty-crisis-in-british-schools
"Teachers warn of growing poverty crisis in British schools"
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“My children, who have gone from me up to the local secondary school, have grey skin, poor teeth, poor hair, poor nails. They are smaller, they are thinner,” she said.
“At sporting events, you see your children in the year group compared to other children in an affluent area and you think: our kids are really small. You don’t notice it because you’re with them all the time, but when you see them with children of the same age who are from an affluent area, they just look tiny.”

Grim, isn't it.
Many years ago I did the accounts for an Education Action Zone and our Director talked about that, I was a bit taken aback at the time mainly because I'd never thought about it. :oops:
Anyway there was a Christmas Concert at the special school in the area and a group of musicians came from the private school to play, the contrast in their appearance, particularly their hair, was quite striking.
This would be at the end of the 90s before New Labour had any impact.

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tinybgoat wrote:
https://amp.theguardian.com/education/2018/apr/02/teachers-warn-of-growing-poverty-crisis-in-british-schools
"Teachers warn of growing poverty crisis in British schools"
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“My children, who have gone from me up to the local secondary school, have grey skin, poor teeth, poor hair, poor nails. They are smaller, they are thinner,” she said.
“At sporting events, you see your children in the year group compared to other children in an affluent area and you think: our kids are really small. You don’t notice it because you’re with them all the time, but when you see them with children of the same age who are from an affluent area, they just look tiny.”

Grim, isn't it.
Many years ago I did the accounts for an Education Action Zone and our Director talked about that, I was a bit taken aback at the time mainly because I'd never thought about it. :oops:
Anyway there was a Christmas Concert at the special school in the area and a group of musicians came from the private school to play, the contrast in their appearance, particularly their hair, was quite striking.
This would be at the end of the 90s before New Labour had any impact.

Yes, I'd heard stories of Teachers buying food / clothes for kids & losing sleep in holidays worrying they won't be eating properly, but it made more impact reading it put this way.
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Whoops - sorry! I saw the word "football" and tuned out. I've now read the link properly.

Edited to add -

I sort of assumed you were referring to an audio of football highlights with a live contribution.


Ha, actually was wedding anniversary yesterday, (other half was a teacher at the time & April 1st happened to be start of Easter holiday..), I'm not the world's greatest fan, and she'd possibly enjoy it more than me, but I suspect dragging her out to a football documentary might prove fatal. :?


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Heavy snow.No mention of the ending of SMI,an act of evil on so many levels.Unfortunately I don't believe in hell so I can't even console myself the defamers,besmirchers,human detritus,unworthy to lick the boots of the so called "unfair".What I can do is try to outlive the cunts.

I'm so angry with current events I stayed away from most of the news yesterday


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At a fundamentally moral level,the continuation of a life/facilllitation of the necessary shouldn't be up to discretion or put into the "difficult case" box,it isn't.


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Is "heavy snow" just a general comment on the weather forecast, or is there heavy snow where you are? Pissing down here, as usual.

Edited - "on" for "to"

That's a question (above) directed at HindleA, in case anyone's wondering.
Raining heavily last night, early morning a thin layer of snow melted quickly. It's been raining steadily all day. Every motor vehicle in the country must be in use circling my area given the smell in the air.


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If force was used against you?


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Or loved ones.Sometimes necessary.Others don't give a toss about niceties.


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