Info and forum posts by 'JamesW'
Joined on: Wednesday, 19th July 2000, 12:22, Last used: Sunday, 7th July 2013, 17:38
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About this user: Long-time, early adopter, and general, DVD fan.
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Ken Ishiwata passes away...
Not the most reliable source, but apparently Leadsom has said its only a temporary ban (until scientific understanding improves...).
Well that wraps up a s***ty day...
Another piece of my youth falls away...
This item was edited on Monday, 3rd June 2019, 18:01
He used a trick... he lied.
Exactly, we paid £267 million a week, not £350 million.
Osborne said that is what he would do / what would happen. He promised something in the future. And you've already pointed out that politicians can do that within the law.
Johnson said "we give £350 million to the EU". That was a lie, as we didn't.
Its strange how leavers like to apply the facts so loosely to support their arguments...
A manifesto is a promise of what might be done/happen in the future.
In this case a specific lie was made by a public official. E.g. he actually repeated the lie as the official statement of the mayor.
(And repeated it after it being written about by the head of the ONS.)
Not sure if I like the ending. Yes it makes perfect story telling sense... but with all the characters and stones there, it doesn't make sense to me.
Nearly 3 years since the referendum.
(Advisory, not a super majority, law breaking and bending on both sides, but mainly by leave.)
This item was edited on Tuesday, 16th April 2019, 11:43
"Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die."
The David Davis that spent a total of 4 hours at the negotiating table with Barnier this year before flouncing off...
That David Davis...?
This item was edited on Sunday, 22nd July 2018, 00:06
Plausible analysis of what Brexit means in near/mid/long term (not sure how many of the Brexit voters thought they were voting for this):
(Again sorry if link not working...)
Now I'm completely for remain, but as things move on I worry if anyone in the government is actually doing anything to sort out this sort of stuff:
(Edit - Sorry can't get link to work properly.)
This item was edited on Monday, 17th July 2017, 08:18
No nice EU trade deal for UK?
Why can't the country change its mind...
It could be in the interest of hard line Brexiters to stall. We then fall out of the EU with no deal, out of customs union, trade area and freedom of movement. UK then has to slash taxes, and state spending (e.g. privatise the NHS), and turn us into the large tax haven just off the EU shores.
RIP... another fine actor leaves us. :-(
Didn't we just print the 100s of billions needed to bail out the banks?
Available in UK on Amazon Prime...
Because to do anything about it costs money...
OK, I'm not trawling the web looking for deaths to report, but...
(Maybe we need a new Forum to post these in.)
Happy memories of watching the original as a kid, and really enjoyed the reboot.