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SuperBlue
Ipswich, of course
Interests: genealogy, .......... and supporter of the football club that my grandfather played for! also interested in history, computing and other sports.
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........... and will carry on sliding - there is only one home for practical Eurosceptics.
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Whatever the future holds, Britain has goods and services to sell and we cannot wish other EU economies to be damaged much further. The euro must break up but a soft landing is essential.
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Ah, the PRESSURE GROUP. Still, we shouldn't be intruding on private grief, should we David;)?
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The Hippo's ex-partners include both Red Ed and Redder Ed.
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Oh it is such a disaster for the Conservatives to be the largest party, with a hundred net gains (unprecedented since 1931), the only major party to gain seats, just twenty short of a majority with scope for many more gains next time. I think both you and Baldwin should think again.
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Your pressure group is indeed approaching the propinquity of it's termination.
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Goodbye.
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I have read your pronouncements in the three and a bit years I have been on here and you have always taken an anti-Conservative line. Perhaps, when you claim to be "supporting the party all through my life", you should declare that you mean the Labour party, just like the other JS.
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The first recorded case of a rat joining a sinking ship.
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Whilst DC triumphs in Brussels and the 'kippers return to their well-deserved irrelevance, President Sarkosy commented "Allons, allons. Nous travaillerons." No wonder David Campbell Bannerman came home to the practical Eurosceptic party, from the Brussels wine bar pressure group.
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Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ............ Another sour and boring strolling player.
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After the European summit broke up, President Sarkosy commented "Allons, allons. Nous travaillerons."
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A voice of reason ...............
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"I like John Major. For those who have never been up close and personal with him .........." Is there something you are trying to tell us, Elaine?
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I am all for the Eurozone breaking up and was on the record in opposing it's creation. It is also important that it breaks up without further damage to the individual national economies - because Britain needs to carry on selling our products and services to them to carry on growing. Conservatives, on here and beyond, think about this before we speak out but the strolling players do not.
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Isn't it strange that when the British economy starts to throw off the problems created by the last Labour Government, their apologists seem to want to deal with their structural deficit by spending more and raising less?
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Quite - I expect certain others see it as "a faraway country of which we know very little" and don't want to know any more.
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Others haven't;)
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This article is far from partison - as Harry's comparison between Brent and Lewisham shows, even Labour authorities can change if they want.
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Farrago is good at that, definitely, but is usually in a Brussels/ Strasbourg wine bar when Britain's interests are being discussed.
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Vat's a good idea.
Toggle Commented Oct 28, 2011 on Capitalism is in danger at thetorydiary
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"Brennan had previously spoken in favour of the same motion in his debut speech to the Oxford Union - as a student." He has obviously not matured since then. Incidentally, I hope he cleared this speech with Shadow Cabinet members such as Mrs. Dromey, "Redder Ed" Balls and any other privately educated ones I cannot think of at the moment - to be fair, it is an exceptionally large Shadow Cabinet, which makes up for the lack of quality.
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"UKIP leader Nigel Farage claims he's in discussion with Tory MPs and MEPs about defecting http://t.co/ZdDOtxRF" Then again, he might be better deployed trying to stop his own MEPs from defecting TO the Conservatives - one already this year. He can't lose any MPs because he cannot have fewer than the zero who were elected in the first place.
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Prison works - it isn't rocket science.
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