RADCLIFFE LOYAL

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  1. RADCLIFFE LOYAL

    Your Bury FC Flags

    I think a poll is the fairest way.
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    Lowe to Luton ?

    Hope you get the new ground....Kenilworth Road holds good memories for us but the away stand is a chicken coop!.
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    Your Bury FC Flags

    Just a thought......why not include the legend "KEYBOARD COWARDS" on one of the panels?. This would be a humourous reference the fact that MBers outlasted Day's regime 😁
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    Bolton Wanderers & Forest Green v Shakers

    He doesn't exactly go out of his way to engender sympathy, does he?.
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    Lowe to Luton ?

    A brief perusal of the Luton Town Twitter site confirms that club representatives and supporters are due to attend a council planning meeting this evening in connection with the club's plans to build a new stadium. I forced myself to listen to Radio Manchester earlier today. The news bulletins made no reference to Bury FC.
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    The ridiculously long politics thread (was 2015 General Election)

    A no-confidence motion would be cover for a lack of a concrete policy. It will probably fail because the DUP recognise the danger Corbyn poses to the union.
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    Lowe to Luton ?

    Luton want a manager who will promote them and secure their place in the Championship. I don't think Lowe and his staff have the necessary experience. Would they offer an expensive relocation package to an inexperienced coaching team?.
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    The ridiculously long politics thread (was 2015 General Election)

    Very interesting observations. The Conservative Party seems to be irrevocably split. The sublimation of UKIP to the Tommy Robinson cult has left a large void on the respectable Right of British politics. Will anyone dare to break ranks to enter it?. Labour is also split but I suspect that enough Labour MPs will put loyalty to "the movement" above their dislike of Corbyn.
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    Brexit explained (specifically for Ryan)

    The HoC has already given assent to the bill which enables the transfer of some EU law to the UK.
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    Brexit explained (specifically for Ryan)

    As you state above, judges can use the EU Charter to override UK law. It would be interesting to know how many decisions made by the British judiciary have been struck down by various EU courts.
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    Brexit explained (specifically for Ryan)

    On Sunday, Corbyn seemed to reject the idea of a second referendum (Andrew Marr Show, 13.1.19). Yesterday, McDonnell suggested that he supported a second referendum (BBC Radio Four, 14.1.19). Cynical politics, driven by ideological "purity".
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    Brexit explained (specifically for Ryan)

    One example - in most areas, EU law takes precedence over UK law.
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    The Stewart Day legacy.

    Day has gone. Time to look ahead, close ranks and hope for a better future.
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    Brexit explained (specifically for Ryan)

    Corbyn is watching the salami slice itself! 😁. The Tories are making it easy for him. I've noticed how the commentariat are talking us into a crisis instead of treating us like sentient human beings 😁