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  1. The Times has raised its price by 15% this week ... the management must think it is still a bargain at £1.60 a shot. It will probably blame Brexit.
  2. UKIP still punching above its weight in Brussells. http://www.ukipmeps.org/articles_2267_Eurogroup-chief-Dijsselbloem-is-the-Basil-Fawlty-of-Europe---Patrick-OFlynn-MEP.html#.WQG0Z6OWC7I.twitter
  3. Here's one for Nicola Sturgeon toField: http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/politics/get-pakis-out-party-snp-7328646
  4. Is the New European as wonderful as New Labour was?
  5. It was my partner who had a swollen and painful septic finger. She wouldn't let me sort it and wanted to go to A&E. After two hours the queue hadn't shifted and 0we agreed that we'd go home and I'd sort it; which I did.
  6. UKIP are reportedly fielding only a hundred or so candidates. I think funds must be low. I also think this will help Labour more than the Conservatives.
  7. I had the misfortune to attend A&E on Sunday evening; we left after two hours because there was no imminent sign of getting any treatment. It was full of Eastern Europeans who treated it like a party and none showed any obvious sign of discomfort. The NHS is in dire shortage of funds and struggling to cope with demand on A&E services., I think there would be at least some partial relief on both issues if all non-British adults were charged a one-off £50 fee to receive treatment. The queues in Bradford would drop like a stone and, for those who did receive treatment, the NHS would receive some money from people who had never paid into it.
  8. Before joining the Mamas and the Papas, Cass Elliott and Denny Dougherty were in a band called the Mugwumps.
  9. Labour will shoot itself in the foot several times in the next few weeks. For TV journalists will trick Thornberry and Abbott into looking like they know nothing about the real world and/or showiing that they are not on top of their brief. It's like shooting fish in a barrel. Then, for dessert, we'll have Harman and Umunga demonstrating that they are living in the world of Bertie Wooster.
  10. To be fair to Goldsmith, he's not in it for the money.
  11. No, the UK Government wanted that. The referendum shows that the British electorate didn;t want that. Blair, Brown, Cameron ... all completely delusional.
  12. The fact that Nestle is moving production from the UK to Poland isn't a consequence of Britain leaving the EU. It's a consequence of the EU letting Poland join. Nestle are probably moving production into a brand new factory that was mostly paid for by our stupid government.
  13. Bradford has the greatest number of complaints about election fraud. In response, the Chief Exec talks blandishments. http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/15245610.Warning_as_figures_show_Bradford_has_highest_number_of_electoral_fraud_complaints_in_country/?ref=mr&lp=9 Whoodathunkit.
  14. My sister had a bank account with Wells Fargo.
  15. No need to. When you are on here most days whingeing about Brexit, he'll remember why Yorkshire people voted for it.