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kevinchess1 wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:48 pm
Blythburgh, you do realise it’s Tuesday?
Do you realise that Blythburgh is a village in Suffolk but I am blythburgh?
If in the area do visit Blythburgh, a great pub overlooking the River Blyth that is more like an estuary at that point. And across the road is what is known locally as "The Cathedral of the Marshes" with its wonderful angel roof. A small village now but at one time so rich the current Parish Church has always been just that. The Monks had their own equally large church for themselves
Keep smiling because the light at the end of someone's tunnel may be you, Ron Cheneler
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Sarah wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:16 pm
Still playing out... not far to go now...
I hadn't seen this article, but have been thinking along very similar lines for the last few days.
Boris has been on both sides of the Brexit fence, as we know, so I don't think it''ll bother his conscience one little bit, to cancel Brexit and blame everyone else for its failure.
General election... Divided opposition... It's all going to according to the bigger plan. 5 years at No 10.
Many remainers will be so relieved that they'll vote for him. By the time they realise that they've been conned, it'll be too late.
A bit like the referendum.
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