Okay - so......is there any food produce in the UK that is PRESENTLY subject to quotas? If there are, please post on this thread what they are and give the source(s) of your information. And here's something else I'll throw into the mix. If the pound falls in value then the price of imports increases. And as we import an awful lot of food I can only assume that the price of all this ...
Not an unrelated topic to that of plastic. Just thought I'd post a few things that I've recently read about UK food consumption and UK food production. 1. Since 1984 UK self sufficiency in indigenous foods has fallen from 96% to 76% 2. Imports of non-indigenous foods have grown so much that half of what is eaten in the UK now comes from abroad. 3. The UK food deficit rose by £800m ...
@leatash - it was H&M not M&S
Just had a phone call from someone purporting to be from Talk Talk. Apparently we are having problems with our internet connection and the person on the other end of the line said that they wished to install some software in order to rectify it!!!!!!! Beware!
Do you mean this Anne Milton? https://www.parliament.uk/biographies/commons/anne-milton/1523
I've not done this myself (yet) but would split ticketing be of any help? http://www.raileasy.co.uk/home/split-ticketing
I totally agree with you Flo.
Don't know what it would be now but I do know that in March of 2017 a super off peak day return Exeter-Paddington was just shy of £85.00.
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