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Armin Grewe
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I blog about the Isle of Islay, Scotland, and live in Aldermaston Wharf, West Berkshire
I blog about the Isle of Islay, Scotland, and live in Aldermaston Wharf, West Berkshire

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Just posted on the blog, a possible new way to travel to Islay in the future:
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And the civil war inside the Tory party continues:
Theresa May is being warned by cabinet colleagues that a shift towards a harder Brexit will hasten the break-up of the UK, amid a renewed attempt by Brexiters to secure a clean split from the European Union.

With senior Tories warning that the prime minister now risks a diplomatic calamity on the scale of the Suez crisis, following her disastrous Salzburg summit, she is facing a renewed campaign among ministers and influential backbenchers to ditch her current plans and back a looser free trade deal with the EU.
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Nach der Tagesschau kommt "Til Schweiger's Englische Abenteuer", gefolgt von Franka Potente's "So kocht England nach dem Brexit"....
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Telephoto lens view on Islay
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Of course she knew all this. But that wasn't the point of the Salzburg meetings and today's strop. That was for the UK tabloids and the rabid Brexiteers, to throw them a bone to chew on. To keep them on side.
All this nonsense isn't about doing the best for the country, it's about trying to keep the Tories together and in power. And to keep the tabloids (and their owners) on side, as they are needed to stay in power.
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Everyone knew that Chequers wasn't acceptable and why for weeks. Why was the rejection now a surprise for May? And how is it respectful when you and your team try to circumvent the agreed negotiation lead to divide and conquer the EU members? How is it respectful when you negotiate by press release to the tabloids?
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Boy am I glad that the country opted for a stable government under David Cameron and not the chaos under Ed Milliband. The absolute mess the country could be in by now.....
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I hear that Theresa May is about to announce that Baldrick is going to take over the Brexit negotiations, and he has a cunning plan....
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