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Van Wolfie

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  1. Yeah, Glass brings together the two from Unbreakable (Where Bruce Willis can spot wrong-uns by brushing up against them & then sorts them out) plus the guy from Split. I knew Glass had been out - which is why I finally decided to watch Split.
  2. Split "Three girls are kidnapped by a man with a diagnosed 23 distinct personalities. They must try to escape before the apparent emergence of a frightful new 24th" I think I must have avoided this in the cinemas (2016) because M Night Shyamalan had made a few rubbish films but I caught it last weekend & thoroughly enjoyed it. Phenominal performance by James McAvoy & intelligently done story. 8/10
  3. I wonder how many of those 4.4m lasted longer than 5 minutes actually watching the dry procedural drone though?. Or did they think "Bugger me this is dull, I'm off outside for a smoke in the sunshine" as I did. I'll wait for the highlights.
  4. Not sure they had 24hr BBC News channel then. Are you calling me common?
  5. I get that the Parliamentary suspension hearing is important but why on earth are BBC covering it live?. Most boring thing ever.
  6. It is, and why IMO a move to introduce different "speeds" would be too much for some of the poorer countries to stomach. Macron's a big fan though.... https://www.euractiv.com/section/future-eu/news/in-belgium-macron-pleads-for-two-or-three-speed-europe-treaty-change/
  7. I think that would be the beginning of the end for the EU of 27 or 28 countries. Maybe that's exactly what they want, as you say.......
  8. Those Mexicans like paying for stuff that other people decide to do......
  9. IMO the EU is politically powerful but is threatened economically by structural defects with the Euro and rich North & West vs poor South & East issues. I do feel that another financial crisis would lead to the Eurozone splitting and many states' versions of the Euro being able to float. Once this happens, the Euro will die in all but the handful of wealthy countries. The EU Central Bank has no weapons left to fight weak growth. They've spent years telling states that they've got to limit borrowing to 3% of GDP and now they'll have to tell them to break that rule in order to stimulate demand.
  10. Yeah, I'm suprised by that one. Mind you, it's only if they win a majority in a General Election - which aint going to happen.
  11. I'll give you Lib Dems but have the Tories lost votes to Labour over Brexit?. I don't see how, seeing as nobody knows what Labour actually think about it.
  12. I would imagine that now he doesn't need the DUP's support, he could be going back to the original EU idea of the border in the Irish Sea - which wouldn't need to be negotiated as such, with it being the EU's suggestion in the first place. As for getting it through parliament, I would guess that this type of deal would probably get through. As above but yes, it could all be a sham of course. Going into an election having successfully negotiated a softer Brexit would still mean the Tories losing votes to Farage. With a decision to be made concerning Party (Hard Brexit) vs Country (Agree a deal), I think we can all agree it'll be whatever he thinks will be best for Boris anyway.
  13. Oh how the post count drops when we’re playing better....
  14. Clarke looking better this half. Dowell coming on....
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