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  1. Comply with what? It's the US who should be complying with the extradition, and we who will 'punish' them if they don't, for tens of millions of $$$ in their own courts (not to mention the "wonderful" publicity as the whole world gets to know of it). That's quite a TLDR - please highlight the specific statements that lead you to that conclusion.
  2. Yes they're determined and they've got good legal support. Sooner or later they will win. Meanwhile what do we make of Trump's meeting with them? Does he have the authority to sign an executive order or something for an extradition? What's stopping her coming back to UK for a trial? No one seems to be giving any US national interest reason why not.
  3. Sounds like the best thing Putin's ever done is to shelter Snowden, eh? Assange should of fled to Moscow too....
  4. Yeah, we expelled Russian diplomats over Salisbury/novichok which the Russians always denied committing, so that from their POV at least their actions since then have been 'honest' on their terms. But here we have the culprit admitting her fault yet being allowed to flee!
  5. But we can't start asking questions like this without going further and asking if the tax system as a whole is fair. Maybe these people ought to be being paid more in the first place, then the question of UC wouldn't arise in this form.
  6. She also said that without the Euro there is no Europe. Need she really be surprised, then, if the UK decided to become fully detached from the EU? Merkel Liechtenstein please pay attention.
  7. Why "However"? You mean "Therefore." Rantzen is quite right. And as ever, many parents (particularly mothers) could indeed stay at home if housing costs weren't so high.
  8. When, how long ago, was it "not like that"? As far as I recall, even years ago there was plenty of it. Might as well ask why the Indy's comments sections are regular SJW-fests. People tend to sort themselves out into their echo chambers over time. But I'd suggest more think in a stereotypically DM way than a stereotypically Indy way.
  9. Not much, just anything non-engineering related. Has anyone ever seen CR comment on anything cultural or metaphysical? Perhaps "he"'s IBM's Watson.
  10. By anyone who commutes or otherwise travels regularly between Leicester and Warrington, I'd say.
  11. In what sense was 2015 in particular a dog's dinner?
  12. Ahem - you may have to revise your glowing opinion of Mr Davis: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4591382/How-David-Davis-talked-holding-snap-election.html
  13. To be fair I don't see how the mere severing of diplomatic relations between oil producers would affect the export of oil from them to faraway customers with no skin in their beef. There's no hot war imminent is there?
  14. Which is why, in a nutshell, sooner or later, Brexit was bound to happen. The Brits as a whole would definitely rather leave the EU than join the Euro. If anything other countries should leave the Euro - either Germany or certain southern states. Unsavoury as in, they stand for life, marriage and personal discipline - obviously far too old-fashioned for your 'savour'. As "Brextard" appears to be a coinage of your own word-smithy, perhaps you'd oblige us all by also supplying the definition? Dino bones don't tell their own story - humans look at them and make one up.
  15. Clemenceau's law? Having said that, it's for sure that many, probably older party members tore up their cards when Cameron - and May - decided to stick it to marriage in 2013. Nemesis has sure been a bitch for them both.
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