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fudge

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"Little Englanders" .. "Gammon" is another racial slur .. all propagated by the Left as usual.
Little Englander is a term for someone who opposes any sort of international role for England. It would be racist to say all the English were little englanders. The term itself is not racist IMO.
You still haven’t said what you would do in the event of an “unacceptable” Corbyn government. My guess is you would continue to spout shyte on the internet.
 

bobk

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Macron imo is on the right lines trying to get some alignment with the rest of the world , but the french won't have any of that sh!t .
 
Little Englander is a term for someone who opposes any sort of international role for England. It would be racist to say all the English were little englanders. The term itself is not racist IMO.
You still haven’t said what you would do in the event of an “unacceptable” Corbyn government. My guess is you would continue to spout shyte on the internet.

I've never heard derogatory comments for the same of any other peoples

I'm not surprised at all why those from the Left consider racism of their own choice to be non racist.

Nor am I surprised why the Left call people names .. one look on "The Guardian" shows exactly how foul mouthed and minded the left are.


As regards Corbyn why should anyone accept a vote ever again ? Quite obviously I wouldn't accept Corbyn as ever being in government. Therefore he can never be stated to be in power.
 

fudge

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Arable Farmer
Location
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I've never heard derogatory comments for the same of any other peoples

I'm not surprised at all why those from the Left consider racism of their own choice to be non racist.

Nor am I surprised why the Left call people names .. one look on "The Guardian" shows exactly how foul mouthed and minded the left are.


As regards Corbyn why should anyone accept a vote ever again ? Quite obviously I wouldn't accept Corbyn as ever being in government. Therefore he can never be stated to be in power.
You would have to accept any laws passed by any democratically elected govt. I cannot speak for the content of the guardian but the term little englander isn’t racist and I make no apology for using it.
 

manhill

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Totally agree, I've been saying that about Irish politicians for years, the EU relieves them of all responsibility while they keep taking the money, or so they thought until the water protests hit them. But they are now settling back into old habits.
I know one thing they're guilty of and that's the kid glove treatment they give gangland killers. What's happened to Rosaleen? The home news in the Irish Independent makes dismal reading.
 
the future direction of the EU is very clear to anyone who has a pair of eyes
The future direction of what is now the EU has been very clear to anyone who, like me, only sees with one eye ever since it was formed in 1957.

I have never attempted to keep count of the number of times I have written or spoken the very first pronouncement in the founding treaty, but it is many.

The member states:

DETERMINED to lay the foundations of an ever-closer union among the peoples of Europe,

Nothing has changed and those in power in the EU and some EU countries continue to express their plans for that vision.

I can understand that those who want to remain in the EU are happy with what will eventually happen. I am not and never have been. I learned abut this new political being when it was founded. A great pity many more did not, particularly prior to the first referendum when the ballot paper read DO YOU THINK THAT THE UNITED KINGDOM SHOULD STAY IN THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY (THE COMMON MARKET)? thus leading many people to erroneously think they were voting to remain in just a trading organisation. Some say that those who voted Leave in the more recent referendum did not know what they were voting for. I said at the time that people were misled by the original ballot paper and still believe it.
 

robs1

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The future direction of what is now the EU has been very clear to anyone who, like me, only sees with one eye ever since it was formed in 1957.

I have never attempted to keep count of the number of times I have written or spoken the very first pronouncement in the founding treaty, but it is many.

The member states:

DETERMINED to lay the foundations of an ever-closer union among the peoples of Europe,

Nothing has changed and those in power in the EU and some EU countries continue to express their plans for that vision.

I can understand that those who want to remain in the EU are happy with what will eventually happen. I am not and never have been. I learned abut this new political being when it was founded. A great pity many more did not, particularly prior to the first referendum when the ballot paper read DO YOU THINK THAT THE UNITED KINGDOM SHOULD STAY IN THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY (THE COMMON MARKET)? thus leading many people to erroneously think they were voting to remain in just a trading organisation. Some say that those who voted Leave in the more recent referendum did not know what they were voting for. I said at the time that people were misled by the original ballot paper and still believe it.
Was too young to vote the first time but that was why I voted leave this time
 

stewart

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Bay of Plenty NZ
I've never heard derogatory comments for the same of any other peoples

I'm not surprised at all why those from the Left consider racism of their own choice to be non racist.

Nor am I surprised why the Left call people names .. one look on "The Guardian" shows exactly how foul mouthed and minded the left are.


As regards Corbyn why should anyone accept a vote ever again ? Quite obviously I wouldn't accept Corbyn as ever being in government. Therefore he can never be stated to be in power.
you wouldn't accept Corbyn for PM even if he was voted in by the general public and yet you seem quite happy to accept the Tories who are in government despite only receiving 42% of the vote.
 
you wouldn't accept Corbyn for PM even if he was voted in by the general public and yet you seem quite happy to accept the Tories who are in government despite only receiving 42% of the vote.

What did you Remoaners expect ? A license to have your way regardless of the circumstances ?

Welcome to the world you helped create .. you'll be judged by the very same morals you use to judge others.

Don't like it ? Look in the mirror.
 

stewart

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Location
Bay of Plenty NZ
What did you Remoaners expect ? A license to have your way regardless of the circumstances ?

Welcome to the world you helped create .. you'll be judged by the very same morals you use to judge others.

Don't like it ? Look in the mirror.
What do you mean by "the world I helped create"? I had nothing to do with creating the cluster fu¢k that the UK now finds itself in.
The UK has had a pseudo democracy for around a 100 years whereby parliament implements policies for the good of the country, voters can lobby their MPs to put their views across, if they do not like the decisions the MP makes then they have the ability to vote them out, that is how a parliamentary democracy works and it has worked relatively well, to then call a referendum is just resorting to mob rule, particularly if one side breaks electoral commission rules.
 
What do you mean by "the world I helped create"? I had nothing to do with creating the cluster fu¢k that the UK now finds itself in.
The UK has had a pseudo democracy for around a 100 years whereby parliament implements policies for the good of the country, voters can lobby their MPs to put their views across, if they do not like the decisions the MP makes then they have the ability to vote them out, that is how a parliamentary democracy works and it has worked relatively well, to then call a referendum is just resorting to mob rule, particularly if one side breaks electoral commission rules.

You missed the bit where the UK Parliament has to implement EU dictats.

You also missed the bit where you are on here moaning all the time about UK Brexit when you live in NZ.

Case in point you can't help yourself .. how about giving NZ back the to Māori people, it's theirs anyway.
 

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123: The Transition to Responsibly Sourced Growing Media in UK Horticulture

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123: The Transition to Responsibly Sourced Growing Media in UK Horticulture

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Wayne Brough, AHDB's Knowledge Exchange Manager for Ornamentals, talks to Neil Bragg of Substrate Associates, Chloe Whiteside of ADAS and Steve Carter of Tristram Plants about the transition to responsibly sourced growing media.

They chart the history of the move to peat-free growing media, the...
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