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  1. K&C council housing planning & maintenance along with approved contractors. Accountability is key, the audit assessor may also be dragged in. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. There's only a very select few within the Conservatives who'd be able to step into May's shoes & neither both the Conservatives or the EU want a change of PM at this critical time, it would be beyond madness. Corbyn, spouts he wants PM buts hasn't the spine, tenacity or ability to be PM and get the UK through Brexit. He's a fair campaigner but unwilling to make harsh unpopular but necessary decisions apart from putting the UK into the Stone Age for his own deluded agenda. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. Or in other words, a socialist Union of countries. Not literally a facist dictatorship however it is going the wrong way. Just ask Bulgaria and Greece how well they get treated when the EU top table crack the whip. Even the EU lapdog Macron is calling for reform, who's he trying to kid. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Is there a Tower fire specific thread as not to distract this one? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Others sources I've read state it was a faulty household appliance which 'maybe' the initial contributing factor. Once the investigation is complete we'll know. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. You must be in the minority that weren't aware (or do I sense sarcasm?) Might explain why JC gave DA a high profile job which will scare a lot of people if implemented. I see the socialist have jumped on the tower block inferno bandwagon (excuse thread drift). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Worthwhile high spending & sensibly spent? Labours track record on the UK finances is something we can ill afford to see repeated. Hypocrisy at its highest level, ok so JC is honest, caring and calling for fairness agreed shows integrity however making important decisions and prioritising. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. Corbyn lost the GE but gained seats-check May lost her inherited majority but is largest party-check May currently remains in Government working alongside DUP in minority but largest party and focusing on a clean Brexit. (or whatever brainwashed misinterpretation form of Brexit individual's wish to believe, read or accept). Confusing? Summary, Only the disappointed. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. It's the little facts that get the anti-Brexit brigade in a froth, it's like <deleted> Groundhog Day. Oh, just a reminder....Official Brexit talks start Monday.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I concur that honest politics hardly exist anymore & yes all the parties are in a poor state, I don't know where people are sourcing this Brexit figure as nobody apart from the treasury & EU will be aware. Ever since Blair lied & the MP's expenses scandal the integrity of some of UK politics bought to account. However, there's also an element of the electorate seeing through the political spin, and not believing everything a politician tells us. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. Incorrect, The UK Government has 'always' stated it will honour its 'liabilities' up until we leave. Which is not what the left wing media and Anti-Brexit misinterpreted as we won't pay. The UK has investments, EU buildings accountability, personnel pensions and is part of EU banking arm, its all part of the larger fiscal package (which we never hear from the EU) only the fantasy leaving figure. The EU has to draw up a itinerary and this will be compared against the HMG own accounts, but what is tangibly clear is what the EU maybe accused of is.....attempting to fill the fiscal black hole left by being the 2nd largest net contributor. If you were a gym member, left and given an exacerbated outstanding bill without itemised detail would you a, accept it and b, continue paying? The complexity of the breakdown is far more important than figures of €50-100 being thrown out by disgruntled unelected officials. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. An unfazed TM is attempting to continue with her no nonsense clean Brexit. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/13/defiant-may-signals-will-not-compromise-hard-brexit/ The forthcoming HoP debates will be interesting considering the government's position. Time will tell. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. The interesting element that got me is how it's thrown nearly all the so called experts, economists and majority of politicians (UK/EU) out of their comfort zone. And shown their true colours. Since the June result, Mutual respect has never been the EU's strongpoint and the harsh tone still continues yet they've got the brass neck to say we'd welcome you back with open arms. Wait a minute, we'll punish the UK mantra simply gets forgotten about? The EU top table really do live in 'la la land'. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. The U.K. Has been receiving nil points from Europe for as long as I remember, recall Eurovision Song Contest? The EU response, IIRC Sad day & disappointing. I also read the article, along with the author's background..... Summary; Yet another academic that's surprised of the outcome, questions the Unknown territory the UK is currently in (obviously) and as were the first to challenge the EU and officially invoke and revert its membership anyone that questions the validity is simply clutching at straws for answers.....why? Because they have none.. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  15. Oh dear.....nobody was hoodwinked, mislead or other it was a simple in or out question. What false promises? Don't get that mixed up with electorate misinterpretation or believe what they want to believe. It's also highly irresponsible not to respect the democratic decision. As far this forum along with others I frequent, it has been concluded that the 2 MAIN parties accept the result. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk