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ZIGGY
ZIGGY
01 Aug 2018 08:55

If you are going to the doctors or hospital today be prepared as the parking machine no longer takes cash!

You can only pay by phone or card.

majorp
majorp
01 Aug 2018 10:50

I don't pay to park, so it doesn't affect me, but thanks anyway.

flo
flo
01 Aug 2018 11:08

Usually they have one machine in the car park that accepts money, does the one at the bottom?  This is what they did in Teignmouth.

majorp
majorp
01 Aug 2018 11:45

What about BB holders who do not have a permit to park in Teignbridge car parks and therefore have to pay. Are they expected to walk to another machine?

flo
flo
01 Aug 2018 11:55

Why don't you ask the council?  I'm just replying to Ziggy not you.  As per your post you're not affected.

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majorp
majorp
01 Aug 2018 13:18

You have to consider every eventuality flo, not just the ones that suit you.

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flo
flo
01 Aug 2018 14:19

I don't have to consider anything thanks and I don't particularly care for your views, so you'll excuse me ignoring them. That's how life works. 

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majorp
majorp
01 Aug 2018 14:37

What views of mine don't you like flo, I will try to correct them if it suits you.

flo
flo
01 Aug 2018 15:04

If you actually read threads you'd work it out.  I personally don't care if you change your views or not, you're just someone I would avoid like the plague.  You troll threads and don't respond to the responses.  

End of conversation for me, feel free to talk to yourself.

My response to ziggy on the car parking was from experience in Teignmouth, after someone had issues paying for their parking.  Finito.

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majorp
majorp
01 Aug 2018 20:12

Another bird brain bites the dust.

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Diana Mond
Diana Mond
01 Aug 2018 20:33

Beyond parody!

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Lynne
Lynne
02 Aug 2018 07:41

Brexit is beyond parody!

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burneside
burneside
02 Aug 2018 12:02

It's been two years since the referendum, will you ever get over it?

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Lynne
Lynne
02 Aug 2018 15:10

And two years in which more and more has come to light. 

 

"David Davis has backpedalled on his claim that a Brexit deal can deliver the "exact same benefits" as EU membership, now admitting it was little more than an ambition",

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-david-davis-exact-same-benefits-promise-article-50-theresa-may-a7657426.html

   

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majorp
majorp
02 Aug 2018 20:00

With a liberal controlled news paper, what would you expect? How many times has May back pedalled on different subjects? They may all be back pedalling soon.

majorp
majorp
03 Aug 2018 08:13

Here is another one back pedalling. Brussels is ready to water down its stance on the Irish border in an attempt to secure a Brexit deal with the UK, Michel Barnier has said.

Lynne
Lynne
03 Aug 2018 08:32

These are Michel Barnier's actual words.

 

"The biggest risk caused by Brexit is on the island of Ireland. We need to make sure that Brexit does not create a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, and that the Good Friday Agreement, which has brought peace and stability to Northern Ireland, will be protected. Today, the cooperation and exchanges between Ireland and Northern Ireland occur within the common framework of the EU. Since we will not know what the future relationship will bring by Autumn 2018, we need to have a "backstop" solution in the Withdrawal Agreement. The UK agrees with this, and both the EU and the UK have said that a better solution in the future relationship could replace the backstop. What the EU has proposed is that Northern Ireland remains in a common regulatory area for goods and customs with the rest of the EU. We are ready to improve the text of our proposal with the UK."

 

 

https://ec.europa.eu/commission/news/ambitious-partnership-uk-after-brexit-2018-aug-02_en

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elvis presley
elvis presley
03 Aug 2018 10:08

I thought this thread was about a car park?  It, like most threads , it has been highjacked.

Perhaps there should be a separate site,  Dawlish/ brexit .com, so the usual suspects can argue among themselves. I have Trump's personal assurance that blue suede shoes will be tariff free after Brexit.

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burneside
burneside
03 Aug 2018 10:23

This thread got derailed by Lynne, God only knows why she had to bring Brexit into a discussion about the car park.

 

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