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Tory and Labour MPs plot secret deal to ensure soft Brexit

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    #51
    Originally posted by original PM View Post
    Is the eating out obligatory?

    I mean fine most the time but a few days a month it may an idea to give it a miss.

    Unless that's your thing I suppose.

    🐈
    Wasn't thinking so much about the consumer as much I was about the UK economy being propped up the ever strong services sector.

    UK services sector expands at fastest rate this year


    If eating out becomes too expensive that sector will come down with a crash bang wallop. But I'm sure leave voters already priced this in.
    "Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience". Mark Twain

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      #52
      To sum up the strength of the UK economy is:

      restaurants, gyms and hairdressers
      I'm alright Jack

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        #53
        Originally posted by NotAllThere View Post
        MPs act in what they think is the best interests of the people of their constituency. It that way, they represent the people. However, they do not have to do what the majority (or even a large minority) of the people in their constituency want. And usually they don't.

        From that, you apparently draw the conclusion that "Parliament is the people", ...
        It's a well accepted figure of speech. Everyone knows MPs are representatives not delegates.

        FFS, arguing with literal-minded nitpickers is like trying to push a pea up a hill with one's nose!
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