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Danllan

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3.5 years old, new?
You need to speak with an accent to gain some knowledge...
If you're interested/care, which of course you don't.

Didn't like my dad, brother for being racist but at least they had the decency to admit it.
I must admit that I hadn't thought you thought that; it is a very serious and unpleasant - even offensive -thing to write.

Just to be clear, are you stating that those of us who support Brexit are racists for doing so, or are racists anyway and are supporting Brexit because it is a racist process, or what; and is it all of us, most of us, or just some of us, what sort of percentage would you say?

And, so that there can be absolutely no ambiguity, misunderstanding etc. please post a definition of racism that you think accurately sums it up.
 

czechmate

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Mixed Farmer
I must admit that I hadn't thought you thought that; it is a very serious and unpleasant - even offensive -thing to write.

Just to be clear, are you stating that those of us who support Brexit are racists for doing so, or are racists anyway and are supporting Brexit because it is a racist process, or what; and is it all of us, most of us, or just some of us, what sort of percentage would you say?

And, so that there can be absolutely no ambiguity, misunderstanding etc. please post a definition of racism that you think accurately sums it up.

Nothing to do with brexit. UK had plenty of racists long before Nige was stirring sh!t. No idea of a percentage but far too many for my taste...
Obviously
 

bobk

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stafford
You need to speak with an accent to gain some knowledge...
If you're interested/care, which of course you don't.

Didn't like my dad, brother for being racist but at least they had the decency to admit it.
What an unpleasant post , show it to your wife , she'll give you a good slapping .
 

Mek

Member
It was widely declared at the time that not everyone who voted Brexit was a racist but everyone who was a racist voted Brexit .
 

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Report shows environment subsidies provide more stable income than direct payments

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Written by Charlotte Cunningham

Subsidies paid to farmers for protecting the environment lead to more stable incomes compared with payments based purely on the number of ha being farmed, according to a new study of farms in England and Wales. Charlotte Cunningham reports. The research, from Rothamsted Research, the University of Reading and Newcastle University, also shows that farmers shouldn’t put all their eggs in one basket, as those diversifying into a wider variety of crops or livestock receive more consistent year-to-year incomes – as do those who reduce their use of fertiliser and pesticides. Lead author and PhD student, Caroline Harkness said: “Farmers are facing increasing pressures due...
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