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  1. I've seen a 2-4% increase in mpg with E10 so my experience of 1 means that E10 is great, yeah? All this talk of a 'hidden agenda' with E10 is straight out of the 5G in vaccines playbook. Everyone here suddenly becomes a chemical engineer fully versed in internal combustion and power dynamics.
  2. I'll believe it when I see it. CPI at 6% is a trigger for game over, screwing market appetite for securitised mortgages at 1.x% rates. IIRC June inflation figures are used for Benefit and Rail uplifts - a 6% figure there would be VERY interesting
  3. NaH iT wAs GoRdOn BrOwN aNd LaBoUr WoT dId It, ThAtZ wHy We NeEd BoJo To FiX iT....
  4. Different question - The reply was to the Tories f**k up being labelled as beneficial, something the electorate didn't agree with
  5. erm the British banks exposed the most to Securitised debt financialistion which dried up after US sub prime? Nah, far easier to say 'It WaS bRoWn InNit?'
  6. @coypondboy Given the pasting you've received from your dim comments, isn't it time you declare yourself 'fed up' and flounce off to another account?
  7. Lucky we have a forum full of statistical analysts, virologists, political scientists then
  8. The French I know are more upset at losing Canada to the most awkward set of Frenchman and their linguistic idiosyncrasies.
  9. debt-to-gdp fell due to massive health and welfare cutbacks made by the Tories - remember 18 month waiting lists and the postcode lotteries for treatment? The electorate didn't buy the Tory line of 'it was good for you' and handed Blair 3 terms. Labour did keep to Tory spending plans - partly to break the TaXaNdSpEnD drooling from the right-wing media and partly to keep big Finance on side. It worked with the initial spending increases - NHS waiting lists down to 18 weeks, schools rebuilt using PFI (don't get me started on that..). Then along came GFC2007 - which everyone knows wasn't a Global crash caused by US sub prime securitisation but was personally done by Blair and Brown....
  10. If you can't boil this forum down to a single valid post - this is it
  11. The Tories tried that line - and the electorate gave Blair 3 landslide terms in return.
  12. It's a given that the Brexiteers are more bombastic with their claims for 'FrEeDoM fRoM tHe Eu' - the lack of actual detail in what it means and how we're doing it being abundantly clear. Easy to plaster cr*p on the side of a bus, harder to actually deliver - hence the whining at everyone and everything else. The idea of 'Remoan' being equally vitriolic is as absurd as claiming equivalence between the Luftwaffe and the RAF because both bombed cities.
  13. Strange how all the howling at Blair's finances goes suddenly quiet at the Tories - even though cronyism is endemic with them. Same with CrEePy BiDeN sNifS kIdS, but then go silent when Tr*mp boasts about dating his kid daughter? Same with the NaStY eU sToPs Us TrAdInG, but then go silent when we can't run our own lorries?
  14. Where's Cameron when you need him? https://news.sky.com/story/supply-crisis-overseas-butchers-and-abattoir-workers-to-be-granted-six-month-seasonal-worker-visas-to-deal-with-pig-backlog-12433884
  15. 3 more Energy companies go dark... Two more UK energy firms go bust as prices soar Daligas: Another energy supplier folds over soaring prices
  16. Ah yes the GLOBAL financial crash that Labour caused - pesky Blair Mind you Blair tidied up after Major and Lamont, so it balances
  17. Tories never pay back - they leave that to Labour, then blame them for the mess they created
  18. Mr and Mrs Debt Junkie can't deal with another £50 per month on the mortgage, but are quite happy to support the Tories taking £20 per month of UC claimants. F*** them all
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