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Salzburg and the sound of brexit madness

Originally posted on daryanblog:
Theresa May went to Salzburg this week….without watching the sound of music first (which is practically a crime in Salzburg, the hostel I stayed at showed the film every day!). She was hoping to get the…

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TSR2 – the (not so) little plane that couldn’t

Originally posted on daryanblog:
Get any British aviation enthusiast drunk and they’ll inevitably bring up the TSR-2. This you will be told was a “world beating” British plane design of the 60’s that would have put British aviation on the…

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Tory towns go bust

Originally posted on daryanblog:
One of the things that annoys me about brexit is how its allowed many important issues to sneak under the radar, without any serious debate, e.g. Fracking was quietly approved, without any real parliamentary debate last…

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News roundup

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Do panic A few months back the brexiters complained that they wanted the Royal Mail to celebrate brexit by issuing stamps to mark the occasion. Well RM seem to have met them half way by issuing…

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While I was away….

Originally posted on daryanblog:
Just back from Holiday, thought I’d catch up on a few stories that came up while I was on my travels…. When in Rome do as the Romans do….stay away from burning buses The 5 Star…

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The trump whispering warmongering yahoo

Originally posted on daryanblog:
Israeli president Netanyahu released a dodgy dossier, which accuses Iran of breaking the terms of its nuclear deal. Now there might be some substance to it yes, some investigation might be necessary, indeed one or two experts…

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News roundup

Originally posted on daryanblog:
Windrush amnesty The Tories have been distracted from the brexit trainwreck, by a scandal involving the Windrush generation. These were immigrants, most from the Caribbean, who were invited to come to the UK in the 1950’s. Unfortunately,…

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