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    So much for Global Britain ..!

    I don’t know either. But I’m sure it’s several leagues from here as the pterodactyl flies
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    "Insulate Britain" try to close down the M25

    I love that! Thanks, you've really made my morning (well, afternoon) with 'UK houses built to breathe'. I guess you mean the curtains flapping when the windows are closed, using sheep's fleece to temporarily kill draughts through the winter, not to mention the spectacular lack of architectural...
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    Brexit again.

    Must be some mistake, surely! Not Johnson! A man of his word, after all. (Where the hell is the extreme sarcasm emoji when you need it???)
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    Brexit again.

    Derr , yes. And 1) I never claimed otherwise unlike those saying no connection but also when you look through EU media daily this (uk empty shelves) is often compared and contrasted with full shelves
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    Brexit again.

    https://www.lbc.co.uk/news/wetherspoons-ikea-and-100-000-pigs-who-has-been-affected-by-brexit-and-covid-sta/ Even I (with my predictable view) was surprised by the sheer volume of companies admitting Brexit IS actually to blame. But whinge away if you wish silentone
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    France get £62.7 million

    Maybe the average IQ would drop in both locations:)
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    Brexit again.

    You are 100% right. No pun intended but this government really doesn't give a sh!t
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    Brexit again.

    My point is (if I really wants to 'go's' on) is that "There is also the tangential but nonetheless significant greenlighting of dumping effluent anywhere and everywhere so we can once again become the dirty man of Europe" i.e. gov says it's OK to dump crap Ergo, once again dirty man of...
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    Brexit again.

    https://www.sas.org.uk/news/campaigns/dirty-man-of-europe/
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    Brexit again.

    You're saying that's a good thing, then. Right? As I said, dirty man of Europe
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    Brexit again.

    There is also the tangential but nonetheless significant greenlighting of dumping effluent anywhere and everywhere so we can once again become the dirty man of Europe
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    Brexit again.

    'course you're right guv'nor. Odd that the same shortages aren't emptying EO country shelves but, as Sheryl Crow used to sing, 'if it makes you happy...'
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    Brexit again.

    https://www.endsreport.com/article/1726574/breathtaking-stupidity-effluent-discharge-rules-relaxed-supply-chain-disruptions-bite A sh!t creek likely to be available near you any day soon, it seems.
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    France get £62.7 million

    We’ve reclaimed our own selfish people with money You can almost smell the ‘sovrinty’
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    Brexit again.

    You’re right The man is an absolute saint and we’re not worthy even to wash his feet
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    Brexit again.

    Exactly! And what's wrong with gruel anyway? Or water from a standpipe? If rickets was good enough for my father, then it's good enough for me
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    Time to go back in to Afghanistan

    That would have been Biggles driving then?
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    Time to go back in to Afghanistan

    Talk about sacred cows Not allowed to comment unless you’ve ‘served’ ! Give me a break
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    Covid Vaccine Roll out.

    I politely beg to differ. I think his mate delivers stuff to a hospital.
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    Covid Vaccine Roll out.

    Having semi-interestedly followed some of this thread from the sidelines, I think Highland Mule's repeated question, ' asking if you’re giving the forum members medical advice from a position of medical or scientific understanding and knowledge or one of social media gleaned ignorance - is it...
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