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  1. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/oct/22/england-covid-ethics-personal-responsibility
  2. That is a wonderful display...with our climate they tend to be confined to pots..
  3. https://www.liberation.fr/politique/magyd-cherfi-zemmour-est-limmigre-des-revanchards-des-peine-a-jouir-des-trouillards-et-des-heteros-etroits-20211018_IVARWXBAUJA6RAD2WC4NJIG3SQ/
  4. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/oct/17/the-guardian-view-on-french-politics-the-great-moving-right-show
  5. Zemmour was here on Saturday evening. 60 people protested the previous evening. That gives a flavour of our local politics.
  6. COVID19-PE_20211014_signets_ENG.pdf
  7. After leading the vaccination race something strange seems to have happened in the UK. Is it over-reliance on the vaccine alone with no other measures such as masks and the 'Pass Sanitaire'?
  8. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/oct/17/macron-and-the-french-trump-trap-gaullisms-heirs-in-a-political-vice
  9. Banks could also introduce fees for using a card to take out money from an EU cash machine, which under the EU rules should not apply if the charge does not apply in the UK
  10. The UK is no longer bound by EU directives and regulations upholding ‘equality of charges’, which means charges for payments in another state in euros with a bank card should be the same as for equivalent payments within the home state. Before Brexit, for example, a UK bank that did not add a fixed fee for debit card transactions in the UK would not be able to do so in the EU. The only rule the UK has retained from the EU laws is a requirement for ‘transparency’ over conversion charges.
  11. It depends on whether you define European as meaning someone from an EU country, (a political definition) or by racial origin. In the case of nationality it might be argued that only those in the EU would be allowed to hold double nationality since to distinguish by origin might be considered as racist.
  12. This is going to be useful for that. It is early days so quite a few are rudimentary or non-existent for the moment, but the details will be filled in as they become available... https://www.ifrap.org/node/8631
  13. https://www.lefigaro.fr/sports/cyclisme/tour-de-france/tour-de-france-2022-decouvrez-la-carte-et-le-parcours-de-la-prochaine-edition-20211014
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