On Thu 2 Jan at 5:36pm Sleeveless wrote:
Anybody know? Come on, donít hide the guilty.
On Thu 2 Jan at 6:40pm Rookie wrote:
Someone must have got the number plate surely??
And don't call me Shirley.
On Fri 3 Jan at 9:42am Hamlyn Fourteen wrote:
Police must have it, plenty of CCTV cameras in town
On Fri 3 Jan at 12:36pm curriedfavour wrote:
When eating curry you donít expect a car will be cumin through the window
On Fri 3 Jan at 1:28pm Sleeveless wrote:
Hamlyn Fourteen, yes that is what you would expect but I read the Police were appealing for info regarding the vehicle as though they didnít know.
On Fri 3 Jan at 4:36pm dave wrote:
It must have been a bit chilli in there afterwards
On Fri 3 Jan at 6:20pm Mark wrote:
Some sort of cardemon driving recklessly, I suppose.
On Fri 3 Jan at 6:42pm dave wrote:
The police have looked at the CCTV footage but apparently theyíre naan the wiser
On Sat 4 Jan at 6:54pm David Stanley wrote:
There can't be that many silver Discoverys with frontal damage in the area?
On Sun 5 Jan at 11:32am Mark wrote:
I see that they've taken the Caraway.
On Sun 5 Jan at 5:52pm Basil wrote:
Mark wrote: 'Paving the future path of neo-liberalism.'
There's something ironic, or is it paraxdoxical, in criticising Johnson for being a supporter of neo-liberalism when the EU itself is a neo-liberal project, one which the City and the banks told us to vote for in 2016. Neo-liberalism, like capitalism, has its different wings with different interests, but don't let's delude ourselves that the EU represents an alternative.
On Sun 5 Jan at 8:00pm Mark wrote:
Of course not, Basil. If I had been old enough to vote at the time of the original referendum on the EEC I would have voted No. However, times have changed. The UK has no manufacturing base now. Our economy is all geared up to provide financial services within the EU. It's the only robust and thriving industry that we have. There's nothing left when that door shuts.
On Mon 6 Jan at 8:39am Nevillman wrote:
Neo liberalism as I understand it, is capitalism but with less government regulation so allowing the capitalists free rein. Basil, the EU is Pro capitalist but not particularly neo liberal. I thought one of the main arguments against it was to get rid of all the regulation in fact. If you don't think that the UK under Johnson without the EU is going to become considerably more neo liberal I think you are in for a nasty shock.
Why we we writing this on a thread about a window.?
On Mon 6 Jan at 9:40pm Local99 wrote:
Britain is still in the world's top ten manufacturers.