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A questionable butterfly


Diane Mondeo
Devon leisure
Julias Sachin
On his way
3 hours ago

Not another EU myth!

So nothing to do with the EU then?

4 hours ago

Do keep up to date Leatash! That all stopped back in 2008. wonky looking vegetables have been available for some time now. It seems it is the great British public that have a problem with buying them. Jamie Oliver leads drive to buy misshapen fruit and vegetables https:// ...

Well there you are then. He could go on the speaking circuit. And if doesn't work out he could always apply for a job as a barman........

6 hours ago

Is this being skint? lives in a £4m townhouse in Chelsea and has been taking a salary as an MEP for south-east England since 1999. He recently said he would not give up his annual pension from the EU , understood to be worth £73,000 a year. The monthly pre-tax salary of MEPs under the single statute is €8,484.05 (£7,500) a month, according to the European parliament website , the ...

and cucumbers (of any shape.....)

OMG! It really is topysy turvy, role reversal, pantomime time. (The British PM being blamed and not the EU). And if Nige is skint he could always take up work in a care home or some such similar occupation. Apparently there are quite a few vacancies in such places (and the NHS) due to EU immigrants returning to their country of origin.

So what could we grow on this communal allotment of ours? Some Brussels perhaps?

Looks like Tweedledee and Tweedledum have cast them selves into the pantomime. They do like to quarrel so. But which one is Dee and which one Dum? From Alice Through The Looking Glass: "I know what you're thinking about", said Tweedledum: "but it isn't so, nohow". "Contrariwise" continued Tweedledee, "if it was so, it might be; and if it were so, it would be; but as it isn't , ...

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