Too late for what?
And then it might be too late.......
A box of surf washingup powder in the One-Stop, Strand, Dawlish was £5, exactly the same packet in Morrison's, Teighnmouth was £9 So shop around.
That is what he is saying, others are saying something different. Until we are out, we will never know who was right.
Michael Portillo made the same analogy on last Thursday's This Week programme: Mr Portillo said the European Union “humiliated” Britain in its Withdrawal Agreement which has been ridiculed by both Brexiteer and Remainer politicians. Speaking on BBC This Week, Mr Portillo said: “I think the European Union has made a strategic error, short of marching Mrs May into a railway carriage in ...
If it's true we have no say on future decission making or the right to veto. Maybe they would demand we surrender our entire Royal Navy fleet sailing it into a German or French port. Followed by a document signing at a forest 40 odd miles North of Paris. If Railway carriage available.
TheC. B. I. to want to keep us in the EU and are willing to to let the uk tax payers subsidise the trade they do by the UK tax payer to the tune of 49 Billion pounds. These companies should name themeselves so we can remember the stance taken over democracy. Start working for a living Instead of us bailing you out .No mention at T.May/CBI meeting about 14.7 million who voted brexit ...
Roger Kendrick spoke at the CBI conference where cameras were present, I am absolutely sure he would have made his point even if cameras were not there. The CBI has steadfastly supported Remain, so it was no surprise his comments did not go down well, Treason May was amongst friends. She doesn't do awkward events/interviews.
and her ex-partner it seems was attracted to the broadcast cameras at yesterday's CBI conference. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/brexiteer-businessman-gives-theresa-mays-13613291
Seems attracted to the BBC outside broadcast cameras. Outside the Houses of Parliament this morning on BBC 1 news, yawn.