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- mistakenot... 29th Mar - 11:32am
@ethicsgradient: it would be a reasonable analogy, except that your figures seem to assume that all of the cards are entirely Euclidean, deterministic, and frictionless....
- Dav 29th Mar - 11:31am
I think what is more representative is would be May holding 2D, 6D, board being 4D 5D 7C, and Junker AA Why assume she's only...
- Dav 29th Mar - 11:19am
Having seen my neighbour’s son struggling to come off heroin 4 or 5 times without success, even though he had support from various organisations, I...
- Chris Bertram 29th Mar - 11:15am
There is however a Metro Mayor election in Gtr Manchester. No idea how seriously we're taking this.
- Dav 29th Mar - 11:12am
The vote last June should have sent a signal to the EU that most voters in the UK were seriously unhappy and what should have...
- Allan Brame 29th Mar - 11:11am
Good point, Simon. I would just add a couple of local by-elections to the list: Claughton in Wirral and Wavertree in Liverpool