You don't appear to be making the most of your brane.You do not appear to be making the most of your 'win'.
Given BL's advanced age, may I suggest senile dementia as the more probably explanation for his increasingly incoherent posts.That you did not, singles you out, (as if we didn't know), as a juvenile troll.
What can the courts do when politicians are determined to build Greater Europe?if only our banks stood by our country like the German courts do then we'd be in a much better place but our lot are full on EU supporters
Not at all. I've read it. I'm more than happy with a soft BRINO.Read John Gray's piece in the latest issue of the New Statesman. You fit his description of an unreconciled Remainer.
I see you are struggling.Given BL's advanced age, may I suggest senile dementia as the more probably explanation for his increasingly incoherent posts.
It can only be so long before he starts serving bowls of coffee at the start of an RMAS dinner, and mugs of soup to follow the final course.
I didn't post a link.You don't appear to be making the most of your brane.
You posted a link earlier that was laughed at. The sensible thing to have done would have been to respond to the points various posters raised.
That you did not, singles you out, (as if we didn't know), as a juvenile troll.
Been done to death on a number of threads earlier on similar subjects.As one of the bosses for the road hauliers, being interviewed because Portsmouth docks might have been in a similar position made clear. "Why would we send our most expensive and important assets, the trucks and drivers, out on the road without the paperwork being correctly completed when we know they'd be hanging around at the docks. It makes no sense".
Of course General. Of course. You are about as convincing as DC’s eye test drive.Not at all. I've read it. I'm more than happy with a soft BRINO.
That simply turns a grave strategic error into a foolish and silly mistake. I've said this frequently and that's why I enjoy these threads as a form of spectator sport.
Petty criminals hoofed back to the EU, a points based immigration system and bye-bye freedom of movement.Foreign criminals sentenced to more than a year in jail will be banned from Britain under new immigration rules. Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, will on Monday set out details of the points-based system which will replace freedom of movement from January 1. The 130-page document will abolish the route into the UK for unskilled migrants and instead award points to applicants if they have skilled job offers, speak English and meet minimum salary thresholds.
Do you? You still sound, after all this years, pissed off. A posh officer pissed off, but still mightily pissed off.I've said this frequently and that's why I enjoy these threads as a form of spectator sport.
A reasonably interesting post, if you really care about one side of an argument about coffee machines, but it is a classic example of a certain part of the Brexit camp that is utterly obnoxious.You really are as daft as you make out.
For an answer to your hysterical ramblings, please see 2016.
Let me give you just one example of ridiculous 'red tape' the EU have thrust upon us, that narks me greatly.
Filter Coffee Makers. We are no longer allowed to import or manufacture coffee makers that stay on after a certain length of time. My new one is 20 minutes after brewing.
This presumably follows the spate of well publicised exploding coffee makers in 1995.
I bought a great Moulinex coffee machine in the nineties which stays on and has boil dry function which means if it boils dry, it cuts the electricity supply. I bought it in Belgium, funnily enough. It stays on for as long as there is coffee in the pot and I am swigging it.
I can't count the number of times the new one has nearly been launched across the Lake District when I went back for a top up after 30 minutes to a lukewarm brew. That's the EU, that is.
Absolutely no requirement to bring in that regulation other than someone going for the tick in the box, "Look what I have done"
It might sound petty but this is one of a million unnecessary regulations which do not stand up to scrutiny but were waived through by some foreigner.
And the clincher to your adolescent argument, what makes you think that we are going to accept lower standards?
Cutting regulations that allow lower standards within the EU (with me so far @Gravelbelly ) and installing our standards in new regulations that are BETTER (capital letters just for you @Gravelbelly) will surely be an achievement of Brexit?
The exact opposite of what you remain voting people are suggesting.
Apologies to arse for the rant, even though I am probably wasting my time explaining facts to @Gravelbelly
Righto, Adolf.A reasonably interesting post, if you really care about one side of an argument about coffee machines, but it is a classic example of a certain part of the Brexit camp that is utterly obnoxious.
Everything has to come complete with a snarl, a bullying tone and a fanatic's one eyed certainty that anyone who may even have a mildly different opinion, or shows a scintilla of doubt, is weak, deserves to be abused, stamped on and reviled.
All very un-British.
no more media Studies, Classics, English Literature!You can add into that Cummings has his sights set on the CS recruitment procedures. Henceforth you're likely to need a maths or science degree to get in - arts and humanities degrees are out of the window. More number crunching based decision making.