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Please play nicely.  No one wants to listen/read a keyboard warriors rants....

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 on: Today at 23:37:15 
Started by Alnico Blue - Last post by Rods2
I will make this clear with Theresa May's white paper #Brext there is NO #Brexit. Her threat to stop #Brexit if MPs don't fall into line is a meaningless lie. Likewise pretending she has some red lines is a bare faced lie. >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( Now I will explain why:

The vital clause which means we never ever leave the EU are her weasels words of 'follow common rule book'. There is no such thing, only the EU rulebook and by implementing and complying with this now and in the future in its entirety means we don't ever leave the EU and become an independent country, we remain tied to Brussels and everyone of their rules and regulations with the deliberate trap of no representation on any EU rule changes. The EU as a political system is very adept in making new rules and regulations to suit their agenda and increasing the size and scope of regulations by area capture as part of their 'ever closer union' and don't think they won't do so to punish our #Brexit vote, they will, like all self-serving dictatorships it is in their DNA. >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(

We CANNOT negotiate any FTAs with the rest of the world, so #Trump and the US ambassador are quite right there will be no US trade deal with them or with anybody else. If the EU decides to solve the Irish border by making us charge EU import tariffs they can do so, if they say for 'frictionless' trade we must accept complete freedom of movement of people we will, both so called meaningless red lines of Traitor May. This is a total sellout of #Brexit, that Traitor May has been planning in secret with her traitor civil servants of her European Unit for the last year and don't mistake it as anything else. >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(

IMO where this will lead to next April is that Traitor May will apply for us to rejoin the EU, to 'regain representation within the EU' with NO opt outs which will mean the Euro, no rebate so we are the single biggest net contributor and full implementation of Schengen  which will mean regular 'awayday' terrorist attacks from terrorists based in mainland Europe, where the UK is known as 'little satan' by islamic terrorists and their biggest target after the US. >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(

Traitor May is a Remainer who fully intends to Remain. >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( Make no mistake that this is anything other than the biggest betrayal of democracy and the electorate in our lifetime if allowed to stand. Personally, where I've come a political activist on social media over the last two years I understand how to use it and fully intend to do so with a campaign to punish the Conservative party for this betrayal of the 17.2m #Brexit majority. I fully understand how effective simple aims and slogans are in politics like Saatchi & Saatchi's "labour isn't working"  and don't lose sight that despite the full establishment's full use of resources to Remain, Leave's much more effective use of Social Media won the referendum, like it has #Trump his presidency. The aim at a minimum will be the Conservatives out of office for 28 years, like after Robert Peel (the ERM fiasco kept them out for 13 years from 1997-2010) or even better finish them for good like the Liberal party were after WWI and Lloyd George. They deserve this for this level of betrayal, if May does not face a leadership challenge over the next few weeks and this disgraceful and deceitful white paper is not overturned. >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(

After CaMoron's deceit over saying he would give us a referendum on the Lisbon treaty and then backtracking as soon as elected. He never got my vote again, where I and many others tactically voted UKIP which forced his concession of the #Brexit referendum, we can do the same again. :y :y :y

This weekends poll's show the Cons down 6%, Liebour up 1% and UKIP up 5%, so this just punishment it is already starting and I will work with many others to make sure it gets much, much bigger. :y :y :y

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 on: Today at 23:34:00 
Started by Mr Skrunts - Last post by Mr Skrunts
Had this a while, easy to use and clean, cooking lunch yesterday and the halogen element has stopped working.

Not sure how easy spares are to obtain but has anyone ever replaced an halogen element in one of these or similar.

Any advice.  TIA. :y :y


Manufacturer’s product web page: http://www.breville.co.uk/content/whats-new/664-breville-halo-health-fryer

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 on: Today at 22:32:03 
Started by Raeturbo - Last post by flyer 0712
I  think they are supplied on a monthly sign up scheme.

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 on: Today at 22:30:46 
Started by Alnico Blue - Last post by grifter
Sat in one a couple of weeks ago, headroom I thought wasn't great (I'm 6") but bearable, rear and front leg room huge, boot huge (for any dead bodies)!

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 on: Today at 22:22:55 
Started by Alnico Blue - Last post by Bigron
EVERYBODY uses the roads either directly or indirectly (public transport, carriage of goods, etc.), so why not be honest about it and fund roads directly from general taxation?
That would not alter the amount needed to be collected by government, but at least it would be open and transparent instead of victimising motorists as a funding group.

Ron.

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 on: Today at 22:18:10 
Started by tigers_gonads - Last post by Doctor Gollum
I have the tailgate loom in the garage, I shall peruse it tomorrow. Currently working ::)

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 on: Today at 22:17:55 
Started by Alnico Blue - Last post by Nick W
I just wish the would get rid of RFL and put it on the price of fuel. Business would fight it tooth and nail though.


So would everybody else when they realise just how expensive it is to use roads. Don't forget, tax is already the biggest cost in fuel, and a levy instead of RFL would always be in addition to that.

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 on: Today at 22:17:13 
Started by addy - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Ah yes, good old servicing by top up...  :D

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 on: Today at 22:15:04 
Started by addy - Last post by Nick W
one of these old heaps will be so incontinent that insisting on long-life coolant is a bit pointless ;D


If it's got red in it, then use that. Mine came with blue, and that's what I use in it.

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 on: Today at 22:09:23 
Started by STEMO - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Indeed , 3 Kwh is how much electricity it takes to run a 3Kw appliance for 1 hour,(say a 13 amp kettle)
or a 1 Kw appliance for 3 hours

we use about 20 Kwh per day
probably a bit more than average because of the pumps,water treatment running 24/7 for the Koi
Don't leave the kettle on for an hour, it will boil dry. However, modern appliances have a safety device called a thermal cut out, so your kettle will be safe.
No need to thank me  :)
The 13 mp kettle was an example  for people who don't know what a Kwh is  ;)
but a builder's kettle may be re-filled many times in that hour
if it did "boil dry" the price of the job would increase  :y
If the kettle broke , would people ask 🎶 🎵 Dave the builder, can you fix it? 🎶 🎵  ;D
truth be told ,the "people" would go to argos and buy a new one ,give me the old one , "Dave the builder" would fix it or throw it in the scrap metal pile for weighing in  :y


solar panels are coming down in price now but still not economically viable for most people
battery technology / power banks ,has moved on in leaps and bounds ,but still not economically viable for most people


Probably correct, yet the leccy mate who fitted mine in 2010, is as busy as ever fitting them. ??? :y
Is it just me, or is there a developing trend re renewable energy sources...  ::)

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