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  1. It's all part of the plan to have everybody breaking some rule or other all the fucking time. That way they've always got something on you if they want to take you down.
  2. I agree that the EU are out to get us. I just wish that our political establishment was on our side instead of theirs.
  3. A few months ago I was doing a supermarket shop with my wife, and the till operator was a miserable looking teenage lad. "Do you need help packing your bags" he said. In a moment of inspired comedy I pointed to my wife and replied "No, I've brought my own packer!" "Everybody says that!" He whined. I think that one must be on your list.
  4. BBC TV news tonight still not sure who carried out the attack. They made reference to the Buddhist violence prevelant in the area, but made no mention that I noticed of any other religious group who might be present in the area.
  5. My password is "random numbers" I capitalise the R and the N for extra security.
  6. Remind me again what the two major parties put in their manifestos at the last general election regarding the referendum. Did they stand on enacting the ref, or having another one? You may also recall the leaflet the government sent to your house before the referendum that said that it was our decision and that the government would do whatever we decided.
  7. What's the point in voting if you don't enact it afterwards? Voting again and again until the stupid fucking plebs have been appropriately chastised into giving the "right" fucking opinion isn't democracy, it's a fucking outrage.
  8. May has completely lost the grassroots of the Tory party. The Mail on Sunday has a poll tomorrow showing that 40% of Tory councillors are intending to vote for Farage.
  9. I think that - if you're going to go bald - then going bald when you're younger is much preferable to when you're older. After a certain point somewhere north of 30 a man with a full head off hair locks in a full head of hair as part of his inner mental self image, and can't quite adjust to baldness in the same way a man who loses it younger can.
  10. I just soap up my scalp. I've not got enough hair left to justify buying shampoo.
  11. It's all kicking off. The shoving has started.
  12. It was certainly a domestic (UK) choice. What we've got is parallel processes of devolution in the UK, and harmonisation in the EU leading to the English being sold down the river in two directions.
  13. No, but from an EU law point of view they cannot offer free tuition to any citizen of the UK workout offering it to citizens of all member states. The fact that we (the UK) have decided that some of our own citizens can't have it is a disgrace. I presume that since this is a treaty between states that a legal case would need to be brought by a member state itself which is why the government have managed to get away with it. I'm starting to think that maybe this while EU malarky isn't actually in our best interests.
  14. It's the freedom of movement rules. Every member state is obliged to treat other member states citizens in a manner equal to that in which they treat their own. This is a general retirement that must be followed unless there's a specific opt out within the legislation. The specific legislation is Article 24 of Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/en/ALL/?uri=CELEX:32004L0038 Here's Article 24 in full. "Subject to such specific provisions as are expressly provided for in the Treaty and secondary law, all Union citizens residing on the basis of this Directive in the territory of the host Member State shall enjoy equal treatment with the nationals of that Member State within the scope of the Treaty. The benefit of this right shall be extended to family members who are not nationals of a Member State and who have the right of residence or permanent residence."
  15. At the moment it's a requirement of EU law. These dozy fuckers are planning to keep doing it even when we leave the EU and it isn't.