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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-49663001

    Bigger issue is perhaps which legal system will take presedence. I can't see it being anything other than the english one and the english courts said the...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    The lib dems are also saying they would reject a request for a second scottish referendum even if pro-independence parties were to win a majority of seats in Scotland, which by the way they already...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    The tories still doing their bit to aid the case for scottish independence.

    https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/daily-mail-on-judges-ruling-over-prorogation-case-1-6265357

    The english...
  4. Re: Sincerely held religious beliefs or moral convictions

    You said this

    "It is illegal to deny service to somebody because of race, gender, sexual orientation and so forth.

    Mississippi law or not.

    What I can do is not participate or contribute to a...
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    I suppose pointing out that if god didn't want it to happen he could have made impossible to work and since he did make it possible then surely it is part of this plan and maybe he wants coffee...
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    Re: Advice on eating and sleep please?

    It's a logic loop your brain goes in to. You can't get to sleep so you worry about not beinga able to get to sleep so as you drift off you are startled awake because your brain wants to worry about...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/nigel-convention-planned-1-6257940

    Convention of Nigels planned to try to stop the name becoming extinct after the rise of Farage
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    "Chrch or not, doesn't matter to me."

    It wasn't a place of worship else this would probably not have been an issue.



    OK so you do not wish to marry someone of a different colour or race....
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    Re: Advice on eating and sleep please?

    Forget the alcohol, you think it helps you sleep if you fall in to a stupor but it actually doesn't and you don't sleep properly so you end up even more tired in the morning. Don't drink anything...
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    So it's OK for them to infringe on his religious freedom by imposing their beliefs while refusing to accept his right to his own. Wonder how long before they start refusing medical aid for those...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    I suspect a lot pf leave voters have changed their minds, plus there are now an awful lot more who have turned 18 in the last three years not to mention the 12million thaT didn't vote the last time....
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    I don't know whether the venue in this particular case was a church it seems simply to have been a a venue lent out for such events. Don't quite get ypur point as a non believer is hardly likely to...
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    So do you think the religious have a right to dictate what colour your chosen life partner or who you should have sex with? The refusal is on the grounds that they believe interracial marriage is...
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    Religious bigotry at it's vibrant best.

    All is well in this the best of all possible worlds. Ever wish you were reading about all this in a history book?
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    Jacob rees mogg has voted against the tory government over 100 times, incliuding against theresa may's deal.

    They're ****es the lot of them.

    "He is a gambler. He will claim without evidence...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    https://www.thenational.scot/news/17878716.boris-johnson-39-s-brexit-tactics-block-parliament-caught-scottish-court/

    " The case led by SNP MP Joanna Cherry took a dramatic turn when papers handed...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    Come off it the biggest change to the UK in peacetime and one that will have consequences for years to come and you think proroging parliament to prevent discussion is something they should get away...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    Ne he didn't what he did was reject granting the interim interdict (in english law that would be a temporary injunction) but brought forward the full hearing to the 3rd of september.

    The english...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    https://www.thenational.scot/news/17873147.support-scottish-independence-surges-will-say/

    " The Claim of Right 1689 states that there are legal limits on the power of the monarchy and our case is...
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    Re: Unless you own a dog!

    I've got two dogs a dalmatian and a border collie, the dalmatian is 13 now and has bronchitis so no walks in the rain even if he wants to, The collie on the other hand will break ice to go swimming...
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