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Ah! Got it now! Brexit is all about not wasting food! PS Where did you get those statistics from? You haven't given your source.

4 Sep 2018

Well, I am taking whatever measures I can that I think might be necessary in case of a catastrophic hard Brexit. What preparations for Brexit others decide to do, or not, is entirely up to them. Food- a link here concerning Cornish food production. But I suspect similar stories can be found from around the whole of the UK Brexit leaves Cornwall fruit farmers struggling to find ...

4 Sep 2018


Saw it today for the first time. It is on the right hand side if travelling towards Exeter, just past the turning that goes down to Cofton Holiday Park. as you say @flo - it does look nasty and hope whoever was in it is okay.

3 Sep 2018

Road clear now. Police on the scene and directing traffic on alternating one way flow when I went out in the Exeter direction this morning about 10.00am. The cars were virtually opposite where the countryside park entrance/exit is.

She changed her mind! (people do you know )

29 Aug 2018

As we're on the subject of Brexit.......there's a piece in today's Dawlish Gazette - see page 4.  Article headed: Councillor: We're not prepared for Brexit

29 Aug 2018

Foul! The term Remoaner is used in a derogatory sense and is therefore a form of name calling. (But if the expression Remoaner is acceptable for use on this site then how about Brexitard and/or Brexiturd? Are they accptable as well?) Thought we didn't do name calling on this site anymore.

28 Aug 2018

Dominic Raab, fervent Brexiteer,  said real livelihoods are at stake, not me. A thought: if you are telling someone to grow up then you are implying that they are a child. Which is not a very nice thing to say, is it? Bordering on name calling perhaps?

28 Aug 2018

@B/S - as I have said before. More information has come out in the past 26 months or so since the referendum as to what leaving the EU might actually mean. Voters are now seeing through the spin they were spun (duplicity?) by the Leave campaign back in 2016. As Dominic Raab, the Brexit Secretary, said only very recently: real livelihoods are at stake.

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