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That's definitely not for balance
Just reflecting the fact that many folks still have significant differences of opinion on Brexit, and we’re not all going to be made happy by a pint in the pub. Ignore the content of Pooh’s rant if you want to, and just agree that this Brexit farce isn’t a just a whimsical disagreement but has created real division in the country.
 

Henarar

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Just reflecting the fact that many folks still have significant differences of opinion on Brexit, and we’re not all going to be made happy by a pint in the pub. Ignore the content of Pooh’s rant if you want to, and just agree that this Brexit farce isn’t a just a whimsical disagreement but has created real division in the country.
that was created long before the vote for brexit and it was created by the remainers at the top and their arrogance
well they reap what they sow
 

Henarar

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Livestock Farmer
Just reflecting the fact that many folks still have significant differences of opinion on Brexit, and we’re not all going to be made happy by a pint in the pub. Ignore the content of Pooh’s rant if you want to, and just agree that this Brexit farce isn’t a just a whimsical disagreement but has created real division in the country.
any division
was created long before the vote for brexit and it was created by the remainers at the top and their arrogance
well they reap what they sow
 

Scribus

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And plenty others remaining seated in protest by the looks after some to55er said it was disrespectful not to stand for the EU's national anthem.
Yep, it sure p!ssed off the parliament’s president Antonio Tajani!

What about the fat lad in a blue shirt though. He turned round and filmed it on his tablet, so was that showing disrespect or or is he just a plonker?
 

rob1

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The blog has gone offline so I can’t remind myself of it. The Pooh meme was political, yes, but from what I read, her blog wasn’t - certainly no more than the average mumsnet post.
Yes I tried to read more of her stuff so will take your word for it, but I think we all have a view on things and write/post or speak from that standpoint, Not at all saying thats wrong its natural but it colours everything we write etc
 

rob1

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that is just bloody bad manners why be so rude it is not going to do any thing other than pee people off if they wanted to make a statement they should not have stood for election
They stood so all those that want brexit had a home for their votes had the remainers abided by the democratic vote and supported leaving instead of trying every trick in the book to stop we wouldnt have even needed to have voted and nobody seems to mind jerry Adams et al doing it
 

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Low Carbon Agriculture, a new event showcasing opportunities in low carbon energy, technological advances and Environmental Land Management (ELM), is set to launch at the NAEC, Stoneleigh, next March. Charlotte Cunningham reports. Formerly Energy and Rural Business Show, the event has rebranded, relocated and reasserted its focus to ensure that practical solutions to tackling climate change through the generation of renewable energy, the implementation of low carbon initiatives and best practice in both environmental and carbon management, take centre stage, according to the organisers. Held in association with the National Farmers Union (NFU), Low Carbon...
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