- Fri Jul 05, 2019 11:26 pm #580142
This is worrying.
"The opportunity to serve our country. That is all we ask." John Smith, Leader of the Labour Party, 10 May 1994.
This is worrying.
He doesn't have one. He's not really a doctor, you know.
I'd not be eating chips at yours again.
As I pointed out to a colleague: it is one of those rare occasions where you can justifiably say in response to a question about said foodstuff that "it tastes like shit" and be absolutely right...
Brexit breakthrough: Is THIS the shock solution to £39billion divorce row?
WITH the October 31 Brexit deadline drawing closer, a UK-based economist has said Theresa May’s replacement has the opportunity to drastically cut the proposed £39billion divorce bill by making the EU a take-it-or leave it offer.
Offering to only pay half of what you owe is a gesture of good will? Brexiters really live in an alternate universe.Mr Jessop urged caution from those advocating all the money to be cautious about alienating future trading partners, suggesting his approach would be regarded as a “gesture of good will” in Brussels which would pave the way for arrangements which benefited both parties.
Man of the people, clearly.Besides now exporting his smoked salmon to China, Lance's product can be found in Harrods, Waitrose, Ocado, some Tesco and Sainsbury's and some Michelin-starred restaurants and sushi chefs.
Shouldn't have broken the law in the first place. Businesses can't pick and choose which allergens they list on products. And that won't change post-Brexit. Killing customers is frowned on.He's wholeheartedly pro-leaving the EU. His concerns about it stem for the 28 member states' need for conformity and own set of rules – one which forced his business to repackage it's salmon to include the label 'contains fish'.
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