Another scare mongoring article. Do you really think that we are the only ones involved in the way brexit will play out when we leave. Do you really think that businesses that are supplying us now are not having some input. Do you really think that the supermarkets are going to reorder if the first lot had to be destroyed at the border controls. And who would be affected if that did happen- the ...
Lynne that makes a bloody change.
I don't really get all this talk about food shortages. First of all - what food will be in short supply and as a lot of our food is imported, does in mean that if we leave, they will stop supplying us. We are always looking for new markets as are other countries. when those other countries found us as a good market, why would they want to give it up? I think a lot of it is scare mongering.
@b.o.liking (for once) - words fail me.
I'd love to read them but I wouldn't have the time what with all the housework and child rearing and cooking and washing and goodness knows what else I'd be having to get through in any one day in 1918.
Any chance I can read these books after working up the chimney.......?
food rotting so what, if it rots for us it will rot for them.
I have a large field of 3 foot high dry grass behind my house. Which the farmer would normally have cut sometime ago, if the airshow had taken place this year, but it did not and he hasn't. I just know there's a good chance of some cretin flicking a fag end whilst walking there dog. If this happens a lot of people's back gardens and sheds are likely to go up as well. I will update this post ...
I say sad because from my point of view the last 100 years or so has seen a dramatic, if not extinction level, of the countries major industries which competed on the world stage of economics. I was cleaning out a dusty cupboard and came across a couple of books. One was the Empire Youth Annual from 1948 and the other was The Victor book for boys 1977. Oh, how times have changed, in my opinion, ...