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  1. LinkedIn thread

    @StateOfLinkedIn Twitter is rage-inducing.
  2. General Politics Thread

    This can only end well...
  3. Line of Duty.

    There was another dodgy scene where, after Hargreaves was shot and Kate rushed out, the camera focused just a second too long on a policeman that was still in the room and standing by a computer. I both hate and love this show.
  4. The Sunday Times have compiled a list of the best places to live in Scotland, with Dundee taking the top spot. Dundee appears to have been given top spot due to its “transformation from run-down industrial relic to vibrant creative hub” and its low house prices. West End and Broughty Ferry get much praise, but the Sunday Times do appear to be concerned by the lack of John Lewis in the city... https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/dundee-best-places-to-live-r2lwq7tkx Honourable mentions have gone to: Leith, Edinburgh Stockbridge, Edinburgh Finnieston, Glasgow Killearn, Stirling Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire Mull, Argyll and Bute North Berwick, East Lothian Port Appin, Argyll and Bute St Boswells, Scottish Borders https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/best-places-to-live-scotland-sunday-times-033c9cwxz Is Dundee a rightful winner? Where is the best place to live in Scotland? Do any P&Bers hail from the 10 best places to live? Can a place truly be a good place to live if there is no John Lewis?
  5. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    If there was a referendum held with those options, I think I’d word it as two question referendum: 1) Do you consent to the deal agreed between the Prime Minister and the European Union? - Yes - No 2) If Q1 is not consented to, do you favour: - Revocation of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and remain in the EU on current terms - Leaving the EU with no deal on WTO terms That would, hopefully, allow two chances to avoid a no deal exit.
  6. Scotrail

    Aye. Came from Alloa, I think.
  7. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    31st of October seems to be doing the rounds a bit, which would be a compromise between those who want a short and long extension.
  8. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    Still makes more sense than David Coburn MEP.
  9. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    I see the Tory party are taking the EU elections seriously. This is their timetable this week... Opened applications on Monday Closed applications on Tuesday Regional selectors assess CVs on Wednesday Candidate lists decided on Thursday Candidates must accept/reject placing by Friday
  10. Line of Duty.

    Could see Hastings being arrested and interviewed - despite being innocent - at some point (bit like Steve was set up by Dot a couple seasons ago). Mind you, they’ll need to find an officer at least one rank superior...
  11. Scotrail

    Waiting on the 21:25 Stirling to Glasgow the other night. ScotRail app said platform 6. Board at front of station said platform 6. Screen above platform 6 said platform 6. 21:23 and the train pulls up at, yup, platform 9. No announcement. Giving the 20 or so people waiting roughly 2 minutes to run across the single-file, makeshift bridge that is currently there.
  12. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    With a long and flexible extension, could we see EU elections where UK MEPs take up their seats for just a couple months? Or, even more surreal, we hold elections on 23 May, but leave before July, when they take their seats?!
  13. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    I was going to jokingly suggest that perhaps this was the true ERG plan all along, but I feel that still gives them too much credit...
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