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In Topic: Total Solar Eclipse on March 20th...

02 March 2015 - 12:36 PM

I was at a customer in Kent and the MD of the company I was visiting interrupted the meeting to tell us all to come out and see it.

What I will never understand is why the two girls on reception weren't interested and chose to stay indoors.

In Topic: Obituary Corner

27 February 2015 - 06:15 PM

His finest work  :D

In Topic: I.S.

22 February 2015 - 11:46 AM

Sounds about right. I expect an article in the Dhimmi Guardian soon starting off with 'how we treat these young fascists with physcopathic tendencies will define us' or some such trash.

Maybe IS should consider advertising in the Telegraph so they get some favourable press.

In Topic: General Election 2015

21 February 2015 - 09:08 PM

We'd just refuse that arrangement; the EU would cave in or face financial meltdown.

You are genuinely delusional

In Topic: General Election 2015

21 February 2015 - 07:04 PM

Can't say I agree. Switzerland and Norway do perfectly well out of not being in the EU, but having trade agreements with it.


France and Germany rely on the UK financing the EU's political ambitions. If we pull out of the EU, France and Germany will be left trying to prop up the basket case economies of Bosnia, Ukraine (for their own political reasons) plus the statutory propping up of the in-house basket case economies of Slovakia, Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria and Greeece. Then, they also have to prop up the failing Euro currency.


The EU will come cap in hand to the City for cash and to Britain itself for trading agreements so they can earn monies for their inefficiently-produced foodstuffs.


Any UK government would be able to drive a favourable free-trade agreement.

Norway has to enact all the EU employment legislation and make payments to the EU for the rights of access to EU markets, if Britain were to adopt the same model of EU trade affiliation as Norway we would have to pay the equivalent of 50% of our current net payments but with absolutely no influence on any EU policies or laws so we would be in the worst possible scenario of having to pay but getting no input.

Explain to me how that's a good idea.


Leaving the EU as a means of saving money is akin to leaving work to avoid paying Income Tax, technically you would not need to pay the 40% of your salary to "the man" trouble is you wouldn't get the rest of it.