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PostPosted: Sat 08 Sep, 2018 9:01 pm 
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Constance has yet to show an interest in the zither.


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This might inspire her. And I rather like it.



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She's just moved to sit next to the speaker. Good sign?


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Bombshell poll reveals heavy union backing for second Brexit vote

Survey of Unite, Unison and GMB members reveals 2-1 support for new referendum
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https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/sep/08/unions-poll-massive-backing-second-eu-brexit-referendum


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If they are dropping bombs at them,surprised it wasn't unanimous


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Looking up Lenny Kravitz concert dates I blame PfY and his was I standing next to Yuko Ono request for information.


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Bloody "people" forcing me to investigate such things.


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PostPosted: Sat 08 Sep, 2018 10:38 pm 
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Just 'phoned up Yuko,yes it was.Another successful result,I embarrass myself in my overgenerosity and ability to make ridiculous things up in equal measure.I'm a fool/ to myself.delete as appropriate.


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Not a splurge tying up loose ends


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PostPosted: Sat 08 Sep, 2018 10:52 pm 
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I suppose you recognise/see judicious accounting for circumstances and of course potential self interest or you fall for the comparing to the not comparable at all ruse.Not even left/right just application of thought/avoidance of knee jerk.IMHO


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Even the "genuine" narrative fakery falls at the first hurdle as if reduction means gain.


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Has Alan Partridge become the editor of the Observer?


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O.K. semi splurge


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Iapetus,Tethys,Enceladus,Dione,mimas,


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https://www.dw.com/en/sweden-elections- ... a-45408590


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For Boris to say that the PM’s view is like that of a suicide bomber is too much. This marks one of the most disgusting moments in modern British politics. I’m sorry, but this is the political end of Boris Johnson. If it isn’t now, I will make sure it is later.
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https://www.gov.uk/government/news/home ... rch-powers

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By 46% to 39% CON voters in latest YouGov poll say Johnson is NOT up to the job of being PM.
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Johnson's star starting to fade?

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Morning.

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For Boris to say that the PM’s view is like that of a suicide bomber is too much. This marks one of the most disgusting moments in modern British politics. I’m sorry, but this is the political end of Boris Johnson. If it isn’t now, I will make sure it is later.
#neverfittogovern


Looking like Labour's little local disputes could be overshadowed soon......


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Will the coalition be seen as generally enacting harm or more mixed?
It was a Tory government
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PostPosted: Sun 09 Sep, 2018 10:33 am 
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Has Alan Partridge become the editor of the Observer?


Intrigued at what exactly prompted this.......


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...Javid told BBC1’s The Andrew Marr Show: “I’m glad the police and other experts are looking into this, and thinking what might happen in a no-deal scenario. I don’t expect a no-deal outcome, but we need to prepare for all contingencies, and it’s absolutely correct. And that’s what we’ve been doing across government, including my own department, so of course that means working closely with police. I’m not going to get into what the situation may or may not be, but I think it’s fair to say we’re preparing for all contingencies.”

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... eal-brexit
The language Javid uses shows how disconnected he considers police and other experts from government while freely admitting secrecy preparing for who knows what.


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No I think it important to state coalition to put context and evidential in Government practices.Non Tory partyists played an equal part in designing and stoically defending some of the most harmful ones.


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No I think it important to state coalition to put context and evidential in Government practices.Non Tory partyists played an equal part in designing and stoically defending some of the most harmful ones.

I agree with you


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AK "on that bombshell"-union poll headline.


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In any governmental "reign",regardless of party(ies) there will be some things I agree with but even with as an example the extension (pun) of reduction of CT on the basis of disability for annexes whilst at the same time making existing rooms used specifically for care chargeable subject to discretion for others somewhat revealed that they were completely aware and political machination cynically deployed.


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Constance attempting Tomorrow's World theme tune on zither,at least I think it is.


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By 46% to 39% CON voters in latest YouGov poll say Johnson is NOT up to the job of being PM.
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Johnson's star starting to fade?


His popularity actually peaked around the 2012 Olympics.


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https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/we-a ... 36a6eb87d0


We allow the rich to escape charges, admits taxman
HMRC says secret deals are done to avoid denting the reputations of the powerful, sparking fears for equality under the law


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AnatolyKasparov wrote:
Willow904 wrote:
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By 46% to 39% CON voters in latest YouGov poll say Johnson is NOT up to the job of being PM.
8:11 AM · Sep 9, 2018


Johnson's star starting to fade?


His popularity actually peaked around the 2012 Olympics.


Well hopefully, he's now for the high-jump.


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Guardian coverage of Swedish election.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/ ... ction-live


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National Canine League calling for an end to "weaponisation"


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Kravitz Ono conundrum still unresolved ;-)


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The Kravitz Ono Conundrum sounds a bit like a Robert Ludlum thriller doesn't it?


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@MitchBenn
Mitch Benn Retweeted Alvinfisher#Standup4Brexit.

The trouble with “Brexit Means Brexit” is that “Brexit” is a neologism; the word has only existed for about three years and for that whole time there’s been no consensus on what it actually DOES mean.

Might as well say “Arglefoob means Arglefoob”.

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British army 'explicitly targeting' working-class recruits, say critics

Recruitment drive focuses on teenagers seeking adrenaline, says Child Soldiers International (Guardian)


Always have done, really, so far as I can remember. The one on TV for the Royal Navy seems to target the lonely. It's all a bit underhand and exploitative, it seems to me.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/sep/09/british-army-explicitly-targeting-working-class-recruits-say-critics



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Swedish Democrats "only" third with 16% in the first exit poll released.

Fingers crossed?


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https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... nce-system

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A no-deal Brexit would mean the estimated £39bn final payment to Brussels would instead be largely used for the NHS, the document argues. Another “Brexit bonus” would come from cuts to income and capital gains tax, business rates and stamp duty.


I'm not quite clear how tax cuts are anything to do with Brexit and certainly don't see how they are a "bonus".

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SD's narrowly second in the other exit poll with about 19%. Social Democrats top with about a quarter of the vote in both.


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John McDonnell Attacks ‘Horrendous’ Tory Disability Cuts And Vows To Tackle Suicides Linked To Welfare Reforms

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https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/sep/09/tory-eurosceptics-rival-brexit-plan-includes-missile-defence-system
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A no-deal Brexit would mean the estimated £39bn final payment to Brussels would instead be largely used for the NHS, the document argues. Another “Brexit bonus” would come from cuts to income and capital gains tax, business rates and stamp duty.

I'm not quite clear how tax cuts are anything to do with Brexit and certainly don't see how they are a "bonus".

Cutting tax rates was "Singapore on Thames" :-)


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https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/we-allow-the-rich-to-escape-charges-admits-taxman-pb307srkq?shareToken=cdd48a908ec9541e6f806536a6eb87d0 We allow the rich to escape charges, admits taxman
HMRC says secret deals are done to avoid denting the reputations of the powerful, sparking fears for equality under the law

Important one !
“” HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has admitted for the first time that it allows the most powerful members of society to escape prosecution for financial crimes.

At an economic crime conference in Cambridge last week, a senior government official admitted that the tax authorities accommodated celebrities’ concerns and settled debts privately to avoid the embarrassment of a public trial.

HMRC, however, continues to prosecute smugglers, small businesses and benefits cheats.

Richard Las, the deputy director of HMRC in charge of organised crime, said that “very wealthy and prominent members of the community” were afraid of the “reputational damage” that a criminal trial for fraud, money-laundering or tax evasion would bring.

He admitted that “criminal justice” was never a “default option” for HMRC. “We use it… ""PAYWALL!
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The funny crazy barking mad bit is that when first approached, HMRC denied it , saying

We’re not a banana Republic, you know .”

Oh yes you are, but without the sunshine !

PS The other sexy bit is that they did not prosecute someone because he was a MAJOR donor to the Tories .

WTF ?


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Found it !

“” In 2016 the panama papers, revealing the ways in which the rich were able to exploit secretive offshore tax regimes, led to four arrests and six interviews under caution by HMRC.

Earlier this year, it also emerged that HMRC had refused to assist a French organisation into suspected money-laundering and tax fraud by the UK telecoms giant Lycamobile because the company was one of the biggest corporate donor’s of the Conservative Party.

In the past online business giants such as Amazon, Google, Apple and Facebook have also come under scrutiny after it was revealed they funnelled their European sales through countries including Ireland and Luxembourg where they were offered lower corporation tax rates. “”

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... deals.html

Love that comma :-)


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Found it !

“” In 2016 the panama papers, revealing the ways in which the rich were able to exploit secretive offshore tax regimes, led to four arrests and six interviews under caution by HMRC.

Earlier this year, it also emerged that HMRC had refused to assist a French organisation into suspected money-laundering and tax fraud by the UK telecoms giant Lycamobile because the company was one of the biggest corporate donor’s of the Conservative Party.

In the past online business giants such as Amazon, Google, Apple and Facebook have also come under scrutiny after it was revealed they funnelled their European sales through countries including Ireland and Luxembourg where they were offered lower corporation tax rates. “”

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... deals.html

Love that comma :-)

Comma? ;-)

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Ha!

Apperstroff.


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Ha!

Apperstroff.


Of course! Losing my English or is it the whole brain ? Haven't been drinking either :-)

Still i wanted to draw attention to the link .


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Yes - it's a good (?) story. HindleA mentioned the Times version earlier - but I'm not a subscriber so I couldn't read the full works.


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