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Paul1Perth last won the day on November 19

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  1. Paul1Perth

    Returning to UK

    You're not going to get -50 in the UK or +50 in Aus. I've experienced -11 in the UK when I was working on pipeline testing years ago it was terrible. It's been 40 degrees in Perth today, christmas party, shorts and shirt, pub by the beach, no problem
  2. Paul1Perth

    How is Corbyn doing these days.

    It would be tough to make you laugh any day, but today in particular BTD. Don't know why you seem so frightened of the US. There's nota chance that the UK will follow their politics.
  3. Paul1Perth

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    Let them have the referendum and give them what they vote for. The rest of the UK will survive without them and they will see if they can survive on their own. Nothing is not worth a try.
  4. You don't think sky plays the game of mmmmm black lady MP, who shall we send to do the reporting? Come on mate get in the real world. I don't usually watch sky but they had the earliest news. Can't stand most of their reporters, although I find Bolt tells it like it is. Hate Credlyn and never watched her. Don't watch Bolt either, just read his articles in the paper. Conversely I could tune in to ABC and get women, gay, aborigine, left leaning doomesday climate crisis messages but I'm more optimistic about the world than most.
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    How is Corbyn doing these days.

    He has to tesign doesn't he?
  6. Paul1Perth

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    You're seriously saying you would rather have had Corbyn?
  7. Paul1Perth

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    What have you been through really? A lot of moaning and groaning and name calling whilst day to day life has just carried on. People still went to work, businesses carried on, people went on holiday, went to the pub. You wouldn't have known anything had changed if it wasn't for the obsession of talking about it and falling out about it.
  8. Paul1Perth

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    I think they will and I think the EU is worried.
  9. Paul1Perth

    UK General Election Predictor

    3 years later the country was going backwards and Thatcher was sacked by her own party.
  10. Paul1Perth

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    They weren't likely to when they thought the UK would never leave or get their act together. They have been having a real laugh at the UK's expense for the last 3 years. Now they will be worried who's going to be next.
  11. I was watching sky news Aus this morning and they were looking pretty pissed with the result. I don't watch it much and thought they were anti Brexit and pro labour. The first report I saw was a reporter in a red dress, black lady, reporting from Newcastle Labour headquarters where they had a black lady Labour MP. Mood wasn't good.
  12. Paul1Perth

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    He can negotiate from a much stronger position now. The EU must have been dreading that outcome.
  13. Paul1Perth

    UK General Election Predictor

    Blimey, common sense is alive and well. Just saw the pound has gone up 3 cents against the US dollar and the commentator is saying what a fool it's made the Bank of England boss look who was against Brexit.
  14. Paul1Perth

    UK General Election Predictor

    That's the thing though, who do you believe?
  15. Paul1Perth

    UK General Election Predictor

    That's the thing with just about any news now. It's not worth getting upset by anything, you feel the need to fact check. A favourite is to take one sentence of someone out of a long interview. Might be something that sounds really controversial until you hear the whole context. Happens all over, not just the election in the UK.