Brexit - The Final

Good grief man, timeframe 24 hours , one day, 1440 minutes, give us the complete picture!
Comprehension skills failing as Father Time takes its toll?
Something like 118 litres per sq metre over a 12 hour period
 

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Comprehension skills failing as Father Time takes its toll?
Something like 118 litres per sq metre over a 12 hour period
There you go again with the furrin! I take it then it stopped raining after 12 hours or are we more than 5.5" now? Still been a lovely day here, good drying weather for the clothes.
 
I'm saying that they're better than the US with less salmonella deaths, as a percentage, and the EU are taking action.

European parliament approves curbs on use of antibiotics on farm animals
Didn't we establish several weeks ago that the EU isn't all that good at food safety?
Or couldn't you decipher their regulation changes that reduce food safety standards?

We know the EU is reasonable at food safety, but we also know that they aren't brilliant at it and certainly nowhere near as good as you seen to think they are.
 
Just had our postal ballot papers for the local elections delivered today. No Conservatives or UKIP candidates standing in our ward this time... just Labour, LibDem, Independents and a single candidate for the 'Alternative Socialists'.

I wonder who I wasted my crosses. Ah yes...
  • Parish Council... Each of three Independent candidates. (Maximum of three votes and three Independent candidates standing).
  • District Council... Just the one Independent candidate. (Maximum of two votes but only one Independent candidate standing)
My area is staunchly Labour leaning of course (local MP is Dennis Skinner) and the constituency Referendum vote was 29.2% (12,422) Remain / 70.8% (29,730) Leave with a turnout of 72.3% so it will be interesting to see how the local vote shakes out this time.

Strangely, I'm seeing a number of LibDem posters in gardens and windows... the deliberate vote wasting if ever there was such a thing
 
Didn't we establish several weeks ago that the EU isn't all that good at food safety?
Or couldn't you decipher their regulation changes that reduce food safety standards?

We know the EU is reasonable at food safety, but we also know that they aren't brilliant at it and certainly nowhere near as good as you seen to think they are.
No we didn't. HTH.

Read what I've written again, they're doing the right stuff, heading in the right direction.
 
Just had our postal ballot papers for the local elections delivered today. No Conservatives or UKIP candidates standing in our ward this time... just Labour, LibDem, Independents and a single candidate for the 'Alternative Socialists'.

I wonder who I wasted my crosses. Ah yes...
  • Parish Council... Each of three Independent candidates. (Maximum of three votes and three Independent candidates standing).
  • District Council... Just the one Independent candidate. (Maximum of two votes but only one Independent candidate standing)
My area is staunchly Labour leaning of course (local MP is Dennis Skinner) and the constituency Referendum vote was 29.2% (12,422) Remain / 70.8% (29,730) Leave with a turnout of 72.3% so it will be interesting to see how the local vote shakes out this time.

Strangely, I'm seeing a number of LibDem posters in gardens and windows... the deliberate vote wasting if ever there was such a thing
We got our postal papers for the local elections last week. Labour, Tory, liberal and green. No UKIP or independents. Herts County is a Tory heartland and David Gauke is our MP. UKIP were on the papers last time but not this.

We’ve binned our postal vote. We will return the Tories again as the community has no other option to vote for
 
No we didn't. HTH.

Read what I've written again, they're doing the right stuff, heading in the right direction.

Ah okay, my mistake. I proved that the EU isn't all that great at food safety. You didn't want to accept it. Still a proven fact though.

If the EU was great at food safety we wouldn't have the antibiotics in the food chain problem in the first place. But you knew that, right?

UK food safety standards are far higher than EU standards. That's cold, hard fact.
 
I'm somewhat mystified by Tom Watson's slightly less than intuitive reaction to the dramatic surge of support for the new Brexit Party; his demand for a second referendum. He believes that apart from destroying the Tory vote, the Brexit Party also stand to make substantial inroads into the Labour vote.

So his solution to this potential haemorrhage of voters who are clearly demonstrating their frustrationl that their democratic will is being thwarted is to stick his fingers up at them and do it all over again.

The man is an idiot.
 
Ah okay, my mistake. I proved that the EU isn't all that great at food safety. You didn't want to accept it. Still a proven fact though.

If the EU was great at food safety we wouldn't have the antibiotics in the food chain problem in the first place. But you knew that, right?

UK food safety standards are far higher than EU standards. That's cold, hard fact.
what about the horse meat, the frozen lasagne all tasted better with a little horse added
 

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We got our postal votes for the local elections and although I won't be voting DUP I'll be sure to thank our local MP for the fine job he's responsible for funding on the surrounding roads.


They were starting to look sort of, how can I put this, English. Beginning to get potholes.
Not a good look.
 

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