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  1. By letting those that want it, pay for it. I subscribe to Netflix and Amazon. I pay for these services because I see value in them. I don't have a tv licence because I don't watch live tv. Your selfish idea of a general tax, to pay for something that you want, at the expense of others, many of whom are poorer than you, is morally wrong. The fact that you seek to draw your salary from your proposed tax makes it even more repugnant.
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    Surely jazz hands is cultural appropriation 🙉
  3. http://order-order.com/2016/09/04/244563/
  4. Very well written. Sounds like a perfect holiday
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    I am very sorry for your loss. If you are self employed, then you are working when you are gardening, when you are looking for new customers, when you are thinking of ways of looking for new customers, when you are doing your books, visiting garden centers, planning visits to garden centers etc... If you look carefully at at how much you are working I think you will find you are working exactly 30 hours a week.
  6. The referendum result was 3.9% difference, a 3% swing would in either direction would still be a win for leave.
  7. I was going to buy from them, but your experience with them has put me off. Thanks for taking the time to write it up
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  9. I'm not a Ukipper, but this is a disgraceful smear that shows a lack of character and judgment. It is also obviously nonsense, if anyone had any evidence that could drive Nigel Farage out of politics, the media and remain campaigners would have given almost anything for it.
  10. Shorter life spans than us, is what made selective breeding for the traits we desire much easier. Wolves are poor at obedience training and are notoriously hard mouthed.
  11. I'm fairly sure that the world trade centre attack was before this.
  12. A trailer for a 'documentary' about this:
  13. From the article: "Timothy Holman, who translated part of the cache into English, said the documents were collected at border crossings into Isis territory between November and December 2013" - "At least 700 people from the UK have travelled to support or fight for jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq, according to police, and about half have since returned." Some may on the frontline, some have already returned to their 'home' countries. In any event they will still have connections and support networks in Britain that may act, now they know they are under suspension. Gordon you wish for terrorists to sweat whilst they are free, I wish for them to sweat in prison. We are, I believe, not so very far apart in our views, but on this point I do not think we will be reconciled. Let us agree to disagree on this point.
  14. I'm not sure if you are deliberately misunderstanding my point, but I will try again. My concern is not that a potential murderer might have his or her feeling hurt, it is that they might be prompted to act before they can be arrested. Surely it makes more sense for the surveillance to be secret, and the arrest to be a surprise. You might enjoy thinking of them sweating, but giving them notice, potentially allows them to frustrate the security services by being more guarded in their communications or even worse bring forward a previously planned atrocity before the police can arrest them.
  15. I don't see how publishing or not publishing these details would have an effect on that either way. I do however see how publishing these details could panic one or more these people into action. I reiterate, it seems to me that it is very irresponsible to publish these details.
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