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28 November 2021

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Courtesy Nigel Farage we are reminded that asylum seekers continue to make illegal landings in Britain and the government does what?

Courtesy Nigel Farage we are reminded that asylum seekers continue to make illegal landings in Britain and the government does what?

It’s a lovely time of the year for a trip across the English Channel in a nice rubber boat, especially if you know that if there is any difficulty a nice Royal Navy ship will make every effort to come and save you and help you on your way

One thing is certain – probably Nigel Farage will never give up showing us how asylum seekers continue to arrive.

New royal yacht at last?

New royal yacht at last?

Now that Brexit has passed, it is a good time to start to promote Britain

It is amazing to think that the Royal Yacht Britannia was decommissioned as long ago as 1997 and that following a decision even earlier in 1994.

Brexit – will we, won’t we? Whoops – behind you!

Brexit – will we, won’t we? Whoops – behind you!

If the politicians come to an accord, we still have to get the parliaments to agree – that has previously proved more than difficult!

Whether you are a deal or no deal person, I do not think anyone can deny that they are excited by the prospect of a finalised deal and to read the small print. Of course as they always say, the devil is in the detail and with 2000 pages to read between now and, oh yes, about 29th December, this should afford some excellent bed time reading over the forthcoming holiday, perfect in fact for a lockdown.

Christmas is now paling into insignificance against the competing claims to fame of Brexit and a more easily transmissible variety of Covid-19.

Christmas is now paling into insignificance against the competing claims to fame of Brexit and a more easily transmissible variety of Covid-19.

As visitors from the UK are banned by more and more countries across the world, the problem really is deteriorating fast.

What a weekend it has been; hardly anything said in relation to Brexit where the government continues what must be the most turgid of negotiations ever held by anyone but all eyes have suddenly turned to the new variant of Covid-19 which they tell us is 70% more likely to get caught than the first variety.
Repetition. Is it boring? Not always!

Repetition. Is it boring? Not always!

Looking back at history can sometimes be most enlightening.

My readers will know that we had something of a catastrophe a month ago when the ISP holding all our website data and our e mail data was hacked in a concerted ransomeware attack. Even their backup data was compromised, such that their clients lost everything – or certainly this client did.
Deal or no deal – that is the question!

Deal or no deal – that is the question!

Up and down and round and about. I just feel dizzy this week with the Brexit comings and goings.

It has been a strange week and the public probably feels like it has been a real rollercoaster period. Even now, we do not know if there is going to be a deal when Brexit clicks in fully at the end of this month.
I like fish. Finding it difficult to buy, though.

I like fish. Finding it difficult to buy, though.

Resolving our fishing industry difficulties is a very important long term issue.

As an island nation, one of our greatest resources is, or should I say, should be our fishing industry. There are very few countries in the world with no land borders – indeed even the UK is not one because there is a land border with Ireland. However, in principle we enjoy one of the largest coastal borders relative to our size, and certainly within Europe.

France fears for food shortage with no migrant workers

France fears for food shortage with no migrant workers

France is not alone but will the British government take careful note of what looks rather like a Brexit dry run?

Immigration has often been on the lips of the British public, and at no time more than over discussions over Brexit. Evidently Britain is not alone as we view pictures on television of French vineyards more or less deserted but with Parisian office workers there doing the work!
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