Squatter Prime Minister.....

Bald Rick

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Btw, as a point of interest, to call a man “a squatter” is a very low insult as it equates him to a woman urinating. Northern expression I believe
 

CornishTone

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Come on, that's not a credible risk - he's not going to have a majority for more than the time it takes to revoke Art 50 and call a GE. If he tried to hang around, the floaters would just call another vote of confidence.
Well of course not, but the sheer arrogance of the bloke to criticise Boris for not being elected by the people and then to demand he be simply “appointed” by parliament as PM is more than a little... totalitarian?!
 

Agrivator

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Having great fun engaging with the rest of the world..........

I thought he was building up to a possible truce between the Brexit Party and the Conservatives.

But no. It seems he is intent on fighting every seat in a possible GE. Surely he realises that the Leave Vote will be split, that the Remain Parties will have a field day and that a Labour Government will keep us in the EU.

Or dies he have a secret plan that I can't fathom ?
 

Danllan

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I thought he was building up to a possible truce between the Brexit Party and the Conservatives...

Or dies he have a secret plan that I can't fathom ?
I think he is. He may also have a pretty decent plan worked out, he really is a very clever chap, regardless of what his disparagers may hope is the case. But I rather think he's just pushing it to the wire to ensure that we will see an almost universal standing of pro-Brexit Tory candidates in the next GE, and we probably will.

From what I know of Nigel Farage, he genuinely would like to walk away from frontline politics, write a book or two, do the lecture tour for a bit of cash and have a decent snipe from the side-lines when he felt like it - like Major and Blair do.
 

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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

Written by AHDB

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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