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  1. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-43135584
  2. So there should be no great concerns about disparity of regulations post-brexit then.
  3. I remember a lot of conversations back in the day being opened by people asking each other: "Are you yes eec or no eec?" pronounced 'eek'.
  4. I stand by all the above statements. Trump is totally unqualified for any military matters, especially nuclear weapons (I suspect I have more experience with nuclear issues than you do). Trump has a long history of opaque financial dealings that bankrupt partners, and refuses to follow convention and open his finances for outside scrutiny. Trump is known for micromanaging his businesses, his ego and arrogance are obvious, and his erratic behaviour was on full display during a televised bi-partisan meeting on immigration reform when he first agreed with the Democrats that a "clean" DACA deal was desired, then allowed one of his Republican handlers to reverse him. https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2018/01/09/feinstein-trump-white-house-immigration-meeting-clean-daca-sot-lead.cnn You're entitled to stand by them. But that doesn't change the fact that they are rants.
  5. No, I'm not. But you should be. The source I quoted pointed out that he is claiming as his defence in court that he didn't release his dossier to the press. It has been established by FBI documentation released in the Nunes memo, and a previous declaration to court that he had met with Yahoo news, that he did. But you knew that anyway.
  6. Frankly, I find it truly astonishing that you are still trying to spin these issues the way that you are doing. The notion that the two experienced senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham would end their distinguished political careers in ignominy by lying about such a serious matter, and putting their lies on permanent record is so 'out there', it belongs in another universe. Yet, here you are suggesting such a thing!!! Let's get away from all the unnamed sources in news feeds and get back to basics. The Nunes memo is full of facts. It's credible opponents say, not that it contains lies, but that it has omissions. It doesn't matter, with regard to the facts that are actually in the memo, that the authors of the memo may have a political agenda, because the memo is still all facs, even with omissions. https://edition.cnn.com/2018/02/02/politics/fbi-nunes-memo-full/index.html The memo states unequivocally, citing documentation from the FBI and FISC applications, that Christopher Steele is a liar. This is fact. Maybe something has been omitted from the memo. So does that make Steele a partial liar? The memo cites FBI information which contradicts Steele's lawyers' submission that he is not responsible for leaking his dossier to the media. Maybe something has been left out. does that mean that the lies that Steele's lawyers are presenting under his instructions to a UK court are only little lies? And you really are clutching at straws with your point about Steele never getting paid by the FBI. The memo makes clear that he was engaged and then fired by the FBI. "No, you "hasn't"." Reduced to trolling typos now, are you? How old are you?
  7. Eva Air any good?

    Eva should interline with fellow Star Alliance member, United. But I see that would mean picking up the SFO Eva flight.
  8. They are similar to the ones prior to the referendum.
  9. What an odd post! Your recent pronouncements have been along the lines of 'good riddance, we've already forgotten about you." Now you want us to have second thoughts?
  10. Has a minimum time-to-be-served sentence been set for this depraved nutcase? If not, he'll be back out and re-offending before he's 46.
  11. Well, as a previous Labour voter, I voted Monster Raving Loony Party after Blair became Labour leader (I did know and like the local MRLP candidate, to be fair). So, a party that Blair will be supporting certainly won't be getting my vote.
  12. Not if the standing government sends out a pamphlet to every home in the country stating categorically that it will act according to the result of the referendum. By the way, you didn't answer my question about whether you will be voting for the new party in the op?
  13. Yes. Is there something in my link to Steele's UK libel trial, pertaining to his defence strategy, that you think contradicts what I have stated? If it's a different issue raised in the link, please feel free to raise a different discussion. If it's interesting enough, I might even join in.
  14. Less guns in general circulation would mean less guns available to make their way illegally to places such as Chcago. But it's a moot point, because there are so many guns in circulation in the US that this 'horse' bolted long ago.
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