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- David Allen 3rd Mar - 4:04pm
“These are votes which can change the direction of the United Kingdom. Is it not right that they be attended with some pomp and ceremony...
- Dav 3rd Mar - 4:04pm
Actually, I rather agree with that particular argument. It’s got precious little to do with your original assertion that “five centuries of history and tradition...
- Malcolm Todd 3rd Mar - 3:56pm
Dav "These are votes which can change the direction of the United Kingdom. Is it not right that they be attended with some pomp and...
- expats 3rd Mar - 3:52pm
Leekliberal 28th Feb '15 - 11:33am ........So Labour are to spend spend £2,000,000,000 of taxpayers money on subsidising only graduates with starting salaries of greater...
- Dav 3rd Mar - 3:47pm
Where exactly do you get “five centuries” from? From when the House of Commons moved into the Old Palace at Westminster in the sixteenth century....
- David Allen 3rd Mar - 3:46pm
Reading Martin's post makes me think of this parable for our times (on TV last night): http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b054f7qp/storyville-20142015-18-17-billion-dollar-fraud-full-exposure Probably unique in the history of whistleblowing -...