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PostPosted: Sun 25 Mar, 2018 12:42 pm 
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I may have embellished slightly,he was opening the store.

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To say charities etc were naive in agreement,given above and proclivities of in Government "habits" very much an understatement.IMHO.Appropriation and use for own purpose is how they operate.

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So now heavily compromised on the you agree with us,basis.

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PostPosted: Sun 25 Mar, 2018 12:55 pm 
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So boxed in on implementation tweaking peripherals.

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PostPosted: Sun 25 Mar, 2018 1:01 pm 
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Despite the everyone agrees line,many of us didn't.

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Turned the page.

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Wot ya gonna do abart it?

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Around 800,000 they're saying now...Still enough to make Trump go green with envy.

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Wet paint psychology,people do the opposite.

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How long does a new roundabout ahead sign keep up does anyone know,until it or the planet disintegrates?

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Maybe they should date them.

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Sunday ice cream van parking in regular place,sadly not needed but a sort of comforting rememberance.

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Careful what you wish for on the must be reformed line.

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The good/sensible often the first to go.

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Government's seize the opportunity.

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ice cream van ref has made me feel nostalgic.
hurts a bit.

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He started parking outside given regular use,I am cheered by the setting up and continuance of "tradition".He always stops whether anybody there/waiting or not.

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ice cream van ref has made me feel nostalgic.
hurts a bit.
My younger sister used to measure money by asking how many ice creams it would buy


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'Kin ell.Tub of ice cream extravagence and delivered,the more this obvious unfairness to the hard working fully mobile well people is removed the better.

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Anyway I haven't got time to indulge in tubs of ice cream,far little time/energy after telling everybody how hard I work and bemoaning others.

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https://www.theguardian.com/news/2018/m ... orst-in-uk


Gender pay gaps in academy school chains among the worst in UK
Guardian analysis reveals several trusts where women face hourly pay deficit of more than 50%

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/disability ... front-door

The man who has to crawl through his front door.

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am knackered.
insomnia continues.
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tinyclanger2 wrote:
am knackered.
insomnia continues.
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Have you tried herbal tea sleep cures? There's one called Snore Cure and another is a Sleep one. I get mine at Sainsbury's. They're made by Pukka and one whose name I can't dredge up...They all work about the same.
Sainsbury's do their own brand snore cure too. Not expensive so you don't waste money if you can't get on with them. They don't taste that good so a drop of honey helps.

They seem to work. I've recommended them to various people who were getting desperate, and they've been impressed.

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Important and extremely helpful if you drink it sitting in bed rather than before you retire...

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am knackered.
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Have you tried herbal tea sleep cures? There's one called Snore Cure and another is a Sleep one. I get mine at Sainsbury's. They're made by Pukka and one whose name I can't dredge up...They all work about the same.
Sainsbury's do their own brand snore cure too. Not expensive so you don't waste money if you can't get on with them. They don't taste that good so a drop of honey helps.

They seem to work. I've recommended them to various people who were getting desperate, and they've been impressed.

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ohsocynical wrote:
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am knackered.
insomnia continues.
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Have you tried herbal tea sleep cures? There's one called Snore Cure and another is a Sleep one. I get mine at Sainsbury's. They're made by Pukka and one whose name I can't dredge up...They all work about the same.
Sainsbury's do their own brand snore cure too. Not expensive so you don't waste money if you can't get on with them. They don't taste that good so a drop of honey helps.

They seem to work. I've recommended them to various people who were getting desperate, and they've been impressed.

Also smell seems to send some cats slightly wappy, so if still unable to sleep have consolation of being entertained by a furry fiend (if you have one)


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The teas have Valerian in them. It gives cats a high. Like cat mint only stronger. We don't have a cat now, but owners say they keep the satchets in a tin otherwise they get at it.

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am knackered.
insomnia continues.
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Have you tried herbal tea sleep cures? There's one called Snore Cure and another is a Sleep one. I get mine at Sainsbury's. They're made by Pukka and one whose name I can't dredge up...They all work about the same.
Sainsbury's do their own brand snore cure too. Not expensive so you don't waste money if you can't get on with them. They don't taste that good so a drop of honey helps.

They seem to work. I've recommended them to various people who were getting desperate, and they've been impressed.

Also smell seems to send some cats slightly wappy, so if still unable to sleep have consolation of being entertained by a furry fiend (if you have one)

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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/20 ... t-tour-uk/

theresa-may-mark-one-year-countdown-brexit-tour-uk

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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/20 ... cket-side/
"David Davis struggles through interview with a sick bucket by his side"
That's not a very nice way to describe Andrew Marr.


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PaulfromYorkshire wrote:
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2018/03/25/theresa-may-mark-one-year-countdown-brexit-tour-uk/

theresa-may-mark-one-year-countdown-brexit-tour-uk

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day-long tour of the UK during which she will meet families, workers, farmers and EU migrants.

Does it upset things if people belong more than one category, or is that not allowed?
edit: also what about Gibraltar, should they be worried.


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tinybgoat wrote:
PaulfromYorkshire wrote:
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2018/03/25/theresa-may-mark-one-year-countdown-brexit-tour-uk/

theresa-may-mark-one-year-countdown-brexit-tour-uk

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day-long tour of the UK during which she will meet families, workers, farmers and EU migrants.

Does it upset things if people belong more than one category, or is that not allowed?
edit: also what about Gibraltar, should they be worried.

Indeed. It's utterly pathetic.


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tinybgoat wrote:
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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2018/03/25/theresa-may-mark-one-year-countdown-brexit-tour-uk/

theresa-may-mark-one-year-countdown-brexit-tour-uk

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Does it upset things if people belong more than one category, or is that not allowed?
edit: also what about Gibraltar, should they be worried.
She can't just waltz into lives demanding parleys.


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Vote leave created a wee shell operation they could funnel money through using useful idiots.

They haven't broken the law, just taken advantage of young kids.

Groomed them and then told them what to say.

What's wrong with that?


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https://waitingfortax.com/2018/03/25/a- ... -cummings/
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But the ball is still there: did the referendum take place as Parliament mandated? Or was it mismanaged and unfair such that it cannot be said to have delivered the will of the people?

These are questions the Electoral Commission and the High Court will now answer.


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