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- Stevan Rose 1st Oct - 8:46am
Kaine is addressing issues that are extreme and cannot legitimately be compared to the UK. We have nothing to compare to the collapse of Detroit,...
- Ian Hurdley 1st Oct - 8:25am
@chris_sh Thanks for your reply. The primary legislation I was thinking of is the 1973 Treaty of Accession, but yours is an interesting point. I...
- grahame lamb 1st Oct - 8:24am
I do very much hope that no-one says anything about the Fixed Term Parliaments Act. On second thoughts, perhaps I do. Anyway, I shall be...
- Glenn 1st Oct - 2:51am
Jonathon' I never said they did. I'm just arguing that it did no good for either us or Libya. However, I would suggest the number...
- Jonathan Brown 1st Oct - 1:48am
Thanks @Lorenzo - I used to live in Syria too (about half of the time between 2004-2007). In many ways it was a hopeful place....
- chris_sh 1st Oct - 1:40am
@Ian Hurdley " ... involves activating Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon. That action would overturn primary legislation." If the treaty as passed in...