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 on: Yesterday at 22:26:34 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by BazaJT
So the step daughter who bought a 6yr old Meriva for more reliability over the 20yr old stuff she used to run[and which then promptly broke]signed up to Economy Energy the day before they went bust :-X :-X I haven't a clue what happened to her as regards another supplier.

 on: Yesterday at 22:19:58 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by BazaJT

 on: Yesterday at 22:08:59 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by Tilbo

 on: Yesterday at 21:45:07 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by ronnyd

 on: Yesterday at 21:44:28 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by ronnyd
It seems I'm now a customer of Ovo Energy.  :)

I've no idea what the tariffs are mind but I'm sure it'll work out OK...  :-\
They sponsor the Tour of Britain cycle race so that,s what your payments go on. ;)

 on: Yesterday at 21:34:48 
Started by iansoutham - Last post by STEMO
OOOPS, wrong thread.

 on: Yesterday at 20:58:54 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Olympia5776
A 202 to 432 vote is carried and given validity, credability and aplomb but a 17.4 milion to 16.1 million one is considered irrelevant .
Selective democracy , you gotta love it.......and get used to it too.
Fukc them.

 on: Yesterday at 20:54:38 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by STEMO
Everyone, TM, Labour, DUP, Scottish Nationalist are talking about getting together and coming to some sort of concensus about the type of deal that might get through parliament. I think they might be forgetting that the EU has said that there is no room for further negotiations. And, even if they did want to alter bits of it, it has to be voted on by all 27 members. Ficking idiots.

 on: Yesterday at 20:41:03 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Migv6
Its astonishing that she hasn't resigned, but she will win the confidence vote tomorrow and we will be in exactly the same position we are now.
Its not so much about Brexit anymore, but more about do we kill Democracy in the UK or not.

The backstop issue is a giant red herring by the way. There is a border in Ireland now. Buses going from Belfast to Dublin got stopped for random checks to check indentities, goods being transported etc.
After Brexit, checks can still be carried out away from the frontier to ensure no hard border.
It gives the EU huge leverage when negotiating the next phase though, due to "you might not like it, but if you don't sign up to it, we will initiate the backstop". So Theresa would cave in again, left right and centre.
A waste of skin masquerading as a leader.

 on: Yesterday at 20:10:37 
Started by Darth Loo-knee - Last post by addy
Been  having fun, cleaning valve lifters from wifes 2ltr omega. Headgasket went, so had head checked. Almost back together, just valves, cams, waterpump and timing to do, drain mayo out of sump.  ::)

What greeted me when piston removed

Piston parts laid out in their positions for assembly

Just got to pump them in oil to remove air.

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