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Teresa May bribes Tory MPs with Christmas Honours ahead of the Brexit Vote ://www.newstatesman.com/.../theresa-may-bribes-tory-mps... . The article states 'It’s worth noting, of course, that dispensing baubles hasn’t convinced other Brexiteers to recan t: former minister John Hayes accepted a knighthood before coming out against the withdrawal agreement, while the elevation of the DUP’s Brexit ...

Petition Leave the EU without a deal in March 2019. We are wasting Billions of pounds of taxpayers money trying to negotiate in a short space of time. Leaving the EU in March 2019 will allow the UK good time to negotiate more efficiently. The EU will be more eager to accept a deal on our terms having lost a major partner. We will save billions of pounds from our EU divorce payment ...

Brexit - Part 1
30 Nov 2018

Trump and the Irish have the solution this from the Irish Times 27th November 2018 but they have to back a no deal Brexit to achieve it! Trump’s tariff tactics could make no-deal Brexit work for Ireland Security exemption in WTO rules could enable tariff-free cross-Border tr https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/trump-s-tariff-tactics-could-make-no-deal-brexit-work-for-ireland-1.3711188 ...

Utilities
17 Jul 2018

https://www.ft.com/content/90c0f8e8-17fd-11e8-9e9c-25c814761640 Returning the UK's privatised services to the public This makes interesting reading.  It clearly shows bills would be reduced if shareholder profits were removed.  Also many countries will not privatise utilities because they are a human need.  As you can see in our country once privatised the Government cannot control ...

Thank you Lynne, but I wish they would sort the audio out, you can barely hear what they are saying, even with the audio turned up on youtube and my laptop.  Anyone else having the same issue?

I like the dog owners who create street art. I mean they pick the poo up then throw the bag into the hedge and it catches on the branch or brambles and hangs like a Christmas decoration until the bag degrades and the decomposed poo falls back for all to walk in.  Nice!

Lynne it took a bit of finding, had to look for the google image before I found the article.  Here is the article web address and I have copied the map below.  What do you make of it? https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/new-road-help-nearly-1000-1167359

4 Mar 2018

Ignore this document it is out of date.  When TDC put in for the £4.2 million grant they provided a plan which showed all the new developments around Gatehouse Farm using the road.  This means that any of the old estates will also access the link road rather than using Elm Grove Road if heading to Exeter.  There is nothing stopping residents from Upper Longlands, Meadow Park, Meadow Rise etc from ...

4 Mar 2018

Here is what others are doing in this country and around the world to reduced air pollution.  What is in place for Dawlish to improve its air pollution due to increased poplulation/traffic within the town itself?  What has been built into the infrastructure design within DA2, especially in respect of the new link road, which will be a major through route for Dawlish residents and not just those ...

I haven't seen either, but have looked online just now.  Dartmouth is the nicer of the two, plus it has smaller panes of glass in it, so cheaper to replace if they did get damaged.  The large panes of glass at Exmouth have been smashed three times by vandals so the online Exmouth paper states and each time they are costing hundreds of pounds to replace.  So if there is a new bandstand and it ...

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