Over the water in Norn Ire, serious cycle commuter, and a bit of a bike geek.
Also draw, studying for IT/Maths degree on OU and I keep chickens.
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EU still insists on good checks (see also Norway) but that means problems again, so, ehm, it is wait and see again. Maybe they can be done away from the border, but hi to smuggling and companies expanding in ROI again.
^ looks exactly like a shoe polish tin :p
Anchovies are just amazing, lighting up all the taste buds. I can't believe I only discovered them last year. Also amazing in tomato sauce.
patat oorlog:(Netherlands)A fast food dish of fries (US)/chips (UK) with mayonnaise, peanut sauce and usually onion, sometimes also including curry ketchup. But no mustard ;)
Re immigration, using us furrins to prop up structural problems is not going to work long term. That is plain to see, but we are now just cash cows which is also not pleasant.
The report basically suggest to focus on immigrants with high wages. So, then why is the tax burden put more and more on fewer people in the UK...?
So they are going to import only "good furrins" to pay for the tax the UK is unable to raise due to low wages? Hum, that's going to fix things...right?
those came with armies here, i forgot to bring mine ;)
The history of the Linen industry in Belfast also shows 6 day working weeks, kids working and 10 people crammed in tiny two ups two downs.
But hey, no furrins!!!
Victorian times = grate empire. I can't otherwise imagine what was so great about it that people need to bring it up :/
Horrible Histories is a kids show taking the piss out of adult shows (in case you've not seen it) while teaching history
They'll pay off in 50 years according to our fav top hat wearer ;)
Eh??? Return to Victorian standards? In what, sanitation? :):)
Sure, a little bribery and a promise to "keep ulster safe from sodomy" and it is all good :/