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  1. Vice - 8.5\10 Brilliant. The Big Short of Bush Junior Politics. Make sure you watch the credits for the libtard scene.
  2. https://www.ft.com/content/c44581c2-1a75-11e9-9e64-d150b3105d21 The Right Honourable, Mr Liam Fox "We’re going to replicate the 40 EU free trade agreements that exist before we leave the European Union so we’ve got no disruption of trade,” said Mr Fox shortly after the Article 50 exit process was triggered in 2017. “Believe me, we’ll have up to 40 ready for one second after midnight in March 2019." The Right Honourable, Mr Reality “Almost none of them are ready to go now and none will be ready to go by March,” said one government official who has seen the internal analysis of the Department of International Trade’s progress. David Henig, a former DIT official, said progress had been made on some deals, most notably a bilateral pact that was signed last month with Switzerland. But Mr Henig warned that details of the Swiss pact were vague. "The department is starting to discover what trade experts have known for a long time, which is that it’s difficult to complete trade deals whether they are new ones or replacements,” said Mr Henig. “Businesses who have been in meetings with DIT certainly feel that many of the deals won’t be in place on time.”
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    January 2019 Transfer Thread

    Well I admit I could be wrong actually. You learn a new thing every day. I assumed the conditional here was followed by a subjunctive clause, so I expected it to read 'were' not 'was'. "There have been enquiries from English sides and if Ramsey was to remain in the Premier League he would favour a move to Liverpool. " I guess that is why I am not a proof reader.
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    January 2019 Transfer Thread

    Has he really signed? The BBC seem to think he still hasn't made up his mind. I wouldn't be surprised if he ends up here. " The 28-year-old's current preference is to join the Italian champions but, contrary to some reports, he has yet to make a final decision and will continue to consider offers from a number of Europe's leading clubs. " Ramsey The article (which features a rare BBC grammar error for those with language OCD) also says "There have been enquiries from English sides and if Ramsey was to remain in the Premier League he would favour a move to Liverpool. " An obvious 'come and get me' plea no?
  5. Just started KingdomCome Deliverance and wow its really good. Very good story so far. If you liked Skyrim then you'll like this.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    He signed the petition because he felt the state should not determine historical truth. I believe that is right. Historical truth should be determined by academics and evidence, not the state. If the state becomes involved then it can be manipulated for political purposes. He did not sign the petition in support of Faurissons views. He was right to sign the petition. As regards "he claims that Holocaust denial has "no anti-Semitic implications"", then this is the reply that Chomsky gave to Kolodney https://chomsky.info/1989____/
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    You can read it for yourself Faurisson_affair
  8. M_B

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    But he wasn't supporting Faurisson's views. Chomsky was supporting his right to free speech. Chomsky is not a holocaust denier or AS, which is what she is implying.
  9. Yes you are right. Ministers could ignore the vote. This article explains it better What happens next
  10. Parliament will have a vote on whether to leave the EU without a deal. That vote won't be passed and article 50 will either be revoked or extended. (I think - might be wrong)
  11. Bercow's rebuff was great.
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    Board Games

    They were brilliant. They have been recently re-released as a result of a KickStarter campaign and there is a new prequal book.