Started by Slim, May 29, 2019, 15:23:15 pm
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Quote from: The Letter R on July 15, 2019, 12:31:28 pmSo it's OK for civil servants who have signed the official secrets act to share Government communications externally and really our Ambassador should have verbally communicated to an envoy and trusted them to accurately communicate this to others....hmmm - that's going to work well!!??
Quote from: Chris Quartly on July 16, 2019, 20:57:11 pmYou're embarrassing yourself here with this double-down...
Quote from: Chris Quartly on July 17, 2019, 05:44:54 amYou think verbally communicating is either accurate or secure either? Clearly conversations have never been overheard or passed on incorrectly. Nothing is perfect, but to suggest ambassadors should verbally communicate is either ignorant, stupid, or just pigheaded... shall we go for a triple-down?
Quote from: Slim on Yesterday at 00:50:17I would say his comments about Trump were a bit hyperbolic but let's face it, allowing for a bit of rhetorical licence, a pretty fair assessment.
Quote from: The Letter R on Yesterday at 13:24:01Well the shortest serving PM was what 119 days - I reckon Boris may beat that.....we shall see....
Quote from: döm on Yesterday at 12:53:52Good times for Johnson and his followers. Bad times ahead for the country.And his piece de resistance last night about the kipper is complete nonsense. The regulation he was blaming on the EU was in fact UK law as delivery to the final consumer is not in the remit of the EU. Complete BS from the BSitter par excellence
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