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If you believe the EU negotiators were joking then you'll believe anything.  Don''t forget arch-Remainer Treason May was PM at the time, she was trying to ensure we left the EU in name only.

10 Dec 2020

My abiding memory of the so-called negotiations is two of the EU negotiators caught on camera gloating that they had turned the UK into a colony: “We got rid of them. We kicked them out. We finally turned them into a colony, and that was our plan from the first moment.” ...

10 Dec 2020

We've wasted over four years trying to negotiate with someone who doesn't really want to negotiate.  We should've walked in 2016.

10 Dec 2020

It's irrelevant, what matters is the outcome of the negotiations over the next four days. but as the EU has today hit the panic button to start contingency plans for no agreement being reached, that looks the likely conclusion.

By decree of one man there are now police checks on the English/Welsh border.  Politicians have become drunk on power, we are no better than North Korea.

One gets let off with a slap on the wrist, and the others get sent to jail for a couple of years.  Not very equitable, is it?

We were put into lockdown to "flatten the curve and protect the NHS".  Now the curve is virtually a flat line we all have to wear masks, but didn't when the cases peaked in April because they were deemed to be of little value.  And then there's the little matter of Public Health England having to reassess the number of deaths attributed to covid, due to its ludicrous criteria for calculating the ...

A few weeks ago when there were road works outside BetFred and traffic was backed up right along The Strand, I saw a taxi drive along the footpath in the Lawn and rejoin The Strand at the ramp by the Co-op.  Taxi drivers do what they like in Dawlish.

Network Rail is not a commercial business, it has no shareholders and does not pay dividends, it is a state-run organisation, hence the shambles of the sea wall.

Every shop I have been in, be it small or large, has had its own abundant sinage all over the place.  I think spending £657.60 on window stickers is hardly a necessary expense.