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Messages - Sir Tigger QC

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If you have a non condensing boiler look after it and keep it going as long as possible, as after banning gas boilers in new builds they'll ban replacing the boiler in existing properties.  ::)

I think that this is already the case with oil fired boilers?  ???  :-\

General Discussion Area / Re: Isis
« on: Yesterday at 23:46:43 »
How will the lunatic know it's her all covered up in a burka?  ???  ;D

General Car Chat / Re: I think my life’s just got busier...
« on: Yesterday at 22:00:34 »
My first thought was that The Bear had knocked up Mrs Bear and that he had posted in the wrong section!  ::)

Then I thought he'd rescued an old sheepdog from a one way trip to the vet.  :-\

It turns out that he's thinking of buying an old car.  :) 

Anyone would think that this is a car forum!  ;D

General Discussion Area / Re: Poor Labour
« on: 19 February 2019, 23:19:12 »
Aaand they've had another defection!  ;D  Joan Ryan MP for Enfield North.

Thought for the day.

Yesterday the Labour Party lost Luciana Berger, but gained Derek Hatton!  :)

General Discussion Area / Re: Isis
« on: 19 February 2019, 22:42:54 »
There will be an appeal and if she hasn't actually got Bangladeshi nationality the Home Office will lose, as she will be effectively rendered stateless when her British citizenship is revoked.

Bangladesh probably don't want her either and I expect would turn down any citizenship application she made.

This is Javid playing to the gallery IMO.  ::)

General Car Chat / Re: new (to me) car time soon
« on: 19 February 2019, 21:26:35 »
4/5ths of a GL but half the price 8)

And it's not silver :D

I'd quite like a GL450.  That's a proper beastie!  8)

Quite like the ML350 as well and that one looks nice Andy!  :y

General Discussion Area / Re: Isis
« on: 19 February 2019, 21:20:29 »
we should do what we used to ,
put them on a big ship ,and say they are going to "Australia"
then send the ship to over the edge of the world   :y

Ahem! See Reply #19  ::)

I believe South Georgia is right on the edge!  :y

General Discussion Area / Re: A303 nowadays
« on: 19 February 2019, 19:10:12 »
No, I meant that it would not have been so time-saving if lots of others had also had that utility.


I know what you meant Ron.  :y

Apparently google maps is no good though.  :P :)

General Discussion Area / Re: Isis
« on: 19 February 2019, 19:08:46 »
She will almost certainly win her appeal, but Sajid will be able to claim that he tried, thus earn some macho points and cast himself in a good light to the Tory faithful when Theresa the appeaser stands down in the near future.
He is a shameless little shit.


General Discussion Area / Re: Poor Labour
« on: 19 February 2019, 18:45:54 »
Ruth George, a Labour MP and a Corbyn ally (according to reports), has suggested that the break away Labour MP group is funded by Israel!  ::)

They don't learn do they?  ;D

General Discussion Area / Re: A303 nowadays
« on: 19 February 2019, 18:42:59 »
However, if everyone else also had Google maps.....


I think most people have expensive bits of kit that they can afford to throw out of the window Ron!  :-X  ::)  ;D

General Discussion Area / Re: A303 nowadays
« on: 19 February 2019, 17:58:48 »
A few months ago I was on the A303 Londonwards and google maps started squawking at me to turn off onto the A36 for Salisbury and from there diverted me through the Wiltshire lanes around a big jam at Stonehenge.  :y

Saved me 40 minutes of sat in traffic.  :)   Apparently.....  :-\   ;D

General Discussion Area / Re: Poor Labour
« on: 19 February 2019, 13:49:52 »
Pension freezes aren't a big deal as the vast majority of expats have become so with some form of private income. The state pension is then effectively an bonus rather than critical income.

You might be right that it's minimal amounts of money, but if you've paid into the system all your working life, why should your pension be frozen just because you decide to see out your days elsewhere.  ::)

General Discussion Area / Re: Honda pulling out of Swindon
« on: 19 February 2019, 01:04:33 »
A quick check shows that Japanese workers get 10 days paid holiday raising at a rate of one day per year to a max of 20 days. Compare that to 28 days in the EU from the off....

Not saying that we should only get 10 days, but it shows how uncompetitive we've become. Add in things like the Working Time Directive, carbon taxes, high energy costs etc.....Brexit

Well if these car companies are stupid enough to spread their procurement and processes across an entire continent....  ::)

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