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Of course, but it isn't a given that Northern would be able to lease all of the 158s which are due to become available, because it's entirely...
Why would the 156s be scrapped before the 150s, surely it'd be the other way round?
Gallaghers in Birkenhead.
My favourites are 70s, 80s, 90s, house/dance and techno.
The Neville Hill to Crewe movement has been reported as 158903.
No mention of what returned, but 158786 is a fair assumption.
That's fair enough, although personally, I could never vote Tory.
I did consider voting for the Lib Dems but I'm not a fan of their Brexit policy...
Does it really matter what it says on the cab door?
I certainly didn't. I've always been a Blairite.
I quite like them tbh.
You said "No toilets" twice too. :lol:
I would prefer to remain in the EU, but personally I'd rather Article 50 was revoked if another referendum indicated this was the preferred...
I don't think the policy is undemocratic, I just don't agree with it.
Are you happy now?
There's a difference between implying something and actually saying it. Try again.
Oh for goodness sake, I've already gone over this.
As najaB was unable to do so, I'm now asking you to provide proof I said "I'm not voting for...
I know full well what's happened, so I'll rephrase it for you.
I disagree with people saying "oh, they've had their chance" as if the result is...
On the flip side, my Dad (who's in his 80s) wasn't sure what to vote for in the referendum, so he asked me about it.
I gave him some leaflets...
I know what the result was. All I did was point out you said the result of the referendum had been implemented when it hasn't, but you won't even...
Oh, I agree.
It's just I disagree with statements like "the leave side has had their chance".
You mean the deal which was repeatedly voted down by remain parties?
And for the record, yes, I voted remain.
So you don't have any proof to back this up then? No, I didn't think so.