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manxman34

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  1. This will definitely happen, just like the airport on the Thames estuary, the 'oven-ready' Brexit deal, the world-beating track and trace, the check's in the post, I won't come in your..
  2. Really? Would a moat round Pully be such a bad thing?
  3. I don't think one can 'raise' a house to the ground, unless it's on Tracy Island or something....
  4. He's always been a torchbearer
  5. Since they had absolutely no idea what would be included in the deal they would have needed the skills of Nostradamus to have prepared the paperwork - or maybe they should have asked you! https://news.sky.com/story/exports-to-the-eu-have-plummeted-by-68-since-brexit-12211169
  6. It seems our elected representatives (mostly) couldn't give a stuff. It will be interesting to see if younger voters feel the same later in the year, and if that will make any difference - or will the grannies elect the usual deadbeats. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-isle-of-man-55920721
  7. Of course, people wittering on about 'bloat' and how wonderful the private sector is at everything contributed to government throwing out the baby with the bathwater, as it were. Too much ideology in politics, rather than evidence based policies, brings poor results. cf Serco's track & trace. Knowing the price of everything and the value of nothing does not make for good governance.
  8. Hard to find an example of a positive contribution https://www.ft.com/content/ee4f2220-9b22-4a4d-87c2-85e8034f8e8c
  9. Because the private sector have made such an outstanding success of involvement in the pandemic in the UK? Serco, et al
  10. stratum - singular, strata - plural, stratae -mistake. Otherwise, you're right.
  11. We have never had regular snow
  12. Vent's dummies usually have hollow heads, as do many of our politicians.
  13. You could have 'saved' another £320 by not buying them at all, and still only broken even
  14. Yet you saw fit to give her your patronising and unnecessary endorsement, which was hardly a compliment. After I pointed out she didn't need your validation, you then posted again, saying that she didn't. I observed that that was my original point. You then became further confused, or perhaps you didn't understand the irony in my original comment. No matter.
  15. Nah - you're just wrong. But I do think they should speak clearly
  16. I think someone's just told him you can buy shirt collars to fit
  17. I take it they didn't stare at you, then
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