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4 hours ago, Loiner said:

So the Unis have unlimited places on each course and can take every applicant who is qualified? Which successful students pay the most fee?

I strongly suggest some Hard Brexiteers do a little bit of research before shooting off like empty sawdust and then asking questions afterwards. Particularly those whose experience of the university system is second-hand or second-rate at best.

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29 minutes ago, nontabury said:

I wonder why Heseltine is so pro the E.U.?

Surely it’s nothing to do with his estates in Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire, all part of his estimated wealth of Hundreds of million £’s.

The limited thinking capacity of most Hard Brexiteers probably doesn't extend to asking the contra question of Tim Martin. Why? Because cannot work anything out beyond copy and paste.

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I strongly suggest some Hard Brexiteers do a little bit of research before shooting off like empty sawdust and then asking questions afterwards. Particularly those whose experience of the university system is second-hand or second-rate at best.

Academia and academics - all sucking at the EU teat. No wonder they don’t want to Leave.


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22 hours ago, Krataiboy said:

David Copperfield, more like. Politicians of all stripes are guilty of failing to observe Mr Micawber's dictum, The Micawber Principle. 

"Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen pounds nineteen and six, result happiness," he declared. "Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery." 

If political leaders across the world had practiced what this Dickens' character preached, we would not now be debt slaves to the bankers.

And this Gentleman is the typical limit of a Hard Brexiteer's understanding of economics.

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16 hours ago, aright said:

Written by a Civil Servant.

 

For the UK, the choice can be summarised as one between democracy and permanent second-class statehood; freedom to hire and fire the people who make the laws we have to obey and pay for, or the triumph of pessimism due to the mistaken and craven belief that we aren’t mature and sensible enough to run our own affairs, and must cleave to a supranational body with minimal democratic legitimacy because we are too insignificant to defend our right to democratic self-government.

https://brexitcentral.com/precious-choice-democracy-permanent-second-class-statehood/

Get your broken record here!

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2 hours ago, melvinmelvin said:

right DD

 

have slept, have had breakfast, I echo a long time friend of mine

"I rise with the sun, meaning, at noon I am fully upright/vertical"

 

so you reckon I come across as (mainly) a remainer

challenging for me to take  that in

 

I follow this Brexit threads because I consider Brexit to be one of the most interesting events

this side of ww2, I am very interested in politics and multilateralism,

nuke arms races and associated crap interests me in the middle of my bum.

Brexit interests me day and night.

 

I am not British. In  my view it would be out of place to voice strong advice on what UK should to,

and to be honest, I don't have a strong view on what would be best for UK.

 

For me, it is very easy to understand and identify with the desire for being in command of statutes

and regulations and not having to bow to ECJ.

I can also  understand the wish for promoting UK as a standalone entity and establishing her own

trading environments.

 

However,

my mission is not to offer advice about what the UK ought to do re Brexit

my mission is to ask questions and comment and hopefully now and then provoke some thinking

my mission is also to share some of my experience and knowledge if I deem it relevant

 

at any rate, as we say in Yorkshire,

will have pizza and red wine for late lunch today 

 

 

Much as we applaud your efforts, not everybody is into prose attempting to resemble Japanese Waka poetry.

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5 minutes ago, Grouse said:

Excellent 

More holes in that than Mickey's treat.

 

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8 hours ago, Grouse said:

Kindly do not take my name in vain.

Ivan?

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38 minutes ago, nauseus said:

More holes in that than Mickey's treat.

 

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There's none so blind as them that do not want to see....

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39 minutes ago, tebee said:

There's none so blind as them that do not want to see....

Three Blind Mice?

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