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    The CAA (I think) is a just a statutory body that...

    The CAA (I think) is a just a statutory body that regulates movement in the air. The Warsaw Convention is the main - indeed only - treaty that governs who and how someone can be responsible if...
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    On the travellers point, my understanding is that...

    On the travellers point, my understanding is that the government for a long time now has put the legal duty on councils to provide sites for travellers on allocated land. What I have never been able...
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    Shuttle cock

    Shuttle cock
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    An interesting point arises about balloons. ...

    An interesting point arises about balloons.
    Anyone conveyed by a balloon comes under some very, tricky legal rules. Once you become airborne by artificial means , the law as we know it ceases to...
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    Yes indeed. 'Working from home' was the...

    Yes indeed.
    'Working from home' was the rallying cry 25 - 30 years ago when the digital revolution got going.
    It's happening now - but not in ways we thought of back then.
    Now firms are...
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    Wow. I think what many 'would-be' or 'wanna-be'...

    Wow.
    I think what many 'would-be' or 'wanna-be' malefactors fail to get is that virtually all internet, phone, etc traffic goes through GCHQ in Cheltenham. Only the other day there was some local ...
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    Can debt ever be repaid.

    A few years before the WWll in 1933, a paper appeared by professor Irving Fisher that is probably the most brilliant and important economic analysis since Adam Smith's , "Wealth of Nations. " ...
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    You hit so many bullseyes (home runs across the...

    You hit so many bullseyes (home runs across the pond) I've lost count.
    There has been extensive comment on the alt-media about Doctors Birx and Fauci who are the leading medics that Trump has....
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    I tend to get muddled now with advancing age, but...

    I tend to get muddled now with advancing age, but someone please correct me. Have we ever had a scenario like this in Britain in living memory (that's for us baby boomers who missed the last European...
  10. Thread: Jobs News

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    Sure. In Switzerland they're discussing you...

    Sure. In Switzerland they're discussing you actually having to pay THEM to put money with them. When you see journals of the establishment like 'The Economist' saying, in print, that people...
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    My take on this is as follows. The banks...

    My take on this is as follows. The banks collapsed in 2008. They remain collapsed. The money goes in, the money goes out, but there's no shaking it all about. The cogs whirr and that's about it. ...
  12. Thread: Brexit

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    So, at the very best (or worst) the effect of...

    So, at the very best (or worst) the effect of Brexit on the car industry are neutral. You make an excellent observation on unnecessary regulations, entirely geared, as it were, to the economic...
  13. Thread: Brexit

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    Brexit Bonus

    Been having some discussion or argument with prominent Remainers on economic issues, post Brexit. A propos de that I thought I would get a few statistics on the UK economy. We really do have an...
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