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  1. I'm ok with a monarch and a couple of spares...

    I'm ok with a monarch and a couple of spares awaiting on the shelf but it's all the others in the extended family with their noses in the trough that I object to.
  2. A couple of points: Just how would you choose...

    A couple of points:

    Just how would you choose a head of state and just think about who you might get as President How does 'President Abbott' sound? Or President Prescott? or...

    Elections to...
  3. The Queen already pays Income Tax an Capital...

    The Queen already pays Income Tax an Capital Gains Tax
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    People who get paint all over light switches or...

    People who get paint all over light switches or sockets. The same goes for those who tile round them leaving them semi-hidden.
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    Blimey. I thought he had gone years ago.

    Blimey. I thought he had gone years ago.
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    Relevance to now? Only that the world has been a...

    Relevance to now? Only that the world has been a lot hotter in the past, long before all those people were driving around in SUVs.

    I don't disagree about reducing mad-made effects but these are...
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    It was quite cold in the late 1800s. What's...

    It was quite cold in the late 1800s. What's caused the rise? A bit of everything. Solar high-energy activity, deforestation, lack of major volcanic activity, emissions. The question is by what...
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    Not very long then. Since just before my gran was...

    Not very long then. Since just before my gran was born.
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    Out of interest, hottest since when?

    Out of interest, hottest since when?
  10. I agree with you. There’s a reason that Facebook...

    I agree with you. There’s a reason that Facebook and the others don’t charge for their ‘service’ and that’s because your behaviour is important to them.’
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    :) Program updates mainly. Ever time I open a...

    :)

    Program updates mainly. Ever time I open a program have to wait while it updates and then I have to enter my login details all over again. Sometimes it's just change for the sake of change...
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    Updates

    Updates
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    You are a biased and twisted that you have lost...

    You are a biased and twisted that you have lost all sense of reality.

    The Supreme Court did not ‘take an interest in current affairs’. It rippled that Johnson could not shut down
    Parliament just...
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    Now don’t try to turn this back on me. What...

    Now don’t try to turn this back on me.

    What was your turn of phrase? “Intervened in political matters”.

    A ‘political tool’ is what you wanted the Supreme Court to be. To help your man with his...
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    To be fair they see the opposition doing that to...

    To be fair they see the opposition doing that to us every game and us not winning the ball.
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    I spent my childhood on the east coast at Harwich...

    I spent my childhood on the east coast at Harwich and didn’t wear long trousers until I was 13.

    Or should this be on the thread about things that make you feel old.
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    What do you mean ‘acted as a political tool’? ...

    What do you mean ‘acted as a political tool’?

    Absolute tosh. They upheld the Law.
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    Now you are showing your true colours. The...

    Now you are showing your true colours. The Supreme Court is there to define The Law, not to act as a political tool, thank goodness.
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    Yes, for someone of my age 'may not' means that...

    Yes, for someone of my age 'may not' means that they are not allowed to. If there was a possibility that they might I would have written 'might not'.

    That's what I meant, anyway.
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    But they can join the army at 16. They may not...

    But they can join the army at 16. They may not get posted to the front line but there is some truth in her assertion.
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    Poll: https://youtu.be/BAomAwIwxm8

    https://youtu.be/BAomAwIwxm8
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    On this I am in complete agreement with you....

    On this I am in complete agreement with you. Should you be worried? ;)

    In my view this is the great tragedy of the past few years, the lack of a credible opposition to these out-of-control...
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    I fancy her in her 70s

    I fancy her in her 70s
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    Only if it were spelt "Halloweam", surely?

    Only if it were spelt "Halloweam", surely?
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    True, but that doesn't make it right. And you...

    True, but that doesn't make it right.

    And you only have tyo look at the anti-Corbyn messages on here to see that this election is as much about personalities as it is about parties.
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