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    Politics Today

    https://www-thesun-co-uk.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.thesun.co.uk/news/brexit/9978354/boris-johnson-aides-brexit-carnage/amp/?amp_js_v=a2&amp_gsa=1# One dodgy character and his minder..
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    Summer holiday plans..

    Ceased trading. It's a pity.
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    Exeweb Beat The Bookie 2019/20 Season

    This currency thing has its advantages though. I can honestly brag that I'm a millionaire (One million rupiahs = 60 quid). On the flip side, I only have 2 million in the bank....
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    I thought we could only express original thought and not refer to nasty, unworthy thingies like Google? I'm sure Arthur was following your advice and trying to squeeze out the grey matter from your brain-box on the vexed question of Ireland rather than research on the net. Funny innit that...
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    Politics Today

    The Telegraph has followed it's usual course and is blaming the EU for scuppering Johnson's plans. interestingly, nobody seems to know what Johnson's plans are. Wouldn't it be more appropriate for Johnson to share his plans with the public, considering it is of national interest? Why so...
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    Randell Williams joins Exeter City from Watford

    If we have to give half to Watford then I'd hope for more than 300k, even if Notts Forest came in for him with Richardson in part exchange. Maybe I'm being greedy.
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    Whats happened to Exeweb?

    Don't come to Jakarta. Bali is good, although starting to be a bit overdeveloped. Yogyakarta and surroundings nice too. You should come : big cultural change from Europe, of course. Old Age Pensioners welcome..
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    Politics Today

    Thanks, mum.😉. If they bite me, I bite 'em back. Strangely, they tend to bite women more than they do men, so wifey gets the full force.
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    Whats happened to Exeweb?

    Hehe.
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    City v Grimsby predictions and Chat

    Think we'll beat Grimsby comfortably by 2 goals or more.4-1. Attendance 4, 200.
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    Newport County v Exeter City Matchday Thread

    Black clothing also attracts mosquitos, the number of which I assume is increasing as the UK becomes affected by global warming. Soon there'll be tigers roaming Woodbury Common.
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    Randell Williams joins Exeter City from Watford

    I was thinking the same. Scouts have eyes and can see other players, too. Wouldn't be surprised if Sparkes was the real target : what's not to like about him?
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    Politics Today

    I have to sleep now. Happy to continue tomorrow
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    Politics Today

    Yes, Oldsmobile. But when he offered the referendum it was on the basis that there would be some new concessions. Since there weren't any concessions he had already set himself up. I've always said that the referendum should have been clearly announced as advisory. 51% of the electorate had...
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    Politics Today

    Thanks Iscalad. I thought it was common knowledge that any referendum is advisory and not legally binding. Just shows what a good job of using deceit and hiding the truth that the Leavers have done.
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    Politics Today

    If you're going to come out with your personal tropes and just reject my argument without any reasoning I shan't bother to respond. It's difficult to debate with someone who has nothing to say.
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    Politics Today

    Referendums by their nature are advisory and non- binding : to be ratified by the relevant parliament. The problem is our parliament couldn't agree to ratify it. In addition, Cameron initially offered a referendum on the basis of his new negotiations /deal with the EU prior to the referendum...
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    Politics Today

    The difference being that an advisory vote should be very convincing in order for the Govt to implement a non-binding vote
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    Politics Today

    It's not a democratic imperative. It's a political imperative. To remind you yet again 1. The referendum was advisory, i.e not legally binding. 2. Parliament is the institution of democracy 3. As I have just said : 37% of the electorate voted to leave : far from a majority 4. Cameron considered...
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    Politics Today

    Important to remember that 37% of the electorate voted to leave the EU, whilst of course 63% did not vote to leave. Since the status quo was to be in the EU you would think a vote of more than 37% would be required to leave. The required vote for leaving should have been a minimum 50% of the...
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