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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 10:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-41426622

Brexit: Withdrawal bill gives 'excessive' power to ministers, peers warn

The bill designed to transfer EU law into UK law in preparation for Brexit will give ministers "excessively wide" powers, a committee of peers has said. ... ... It said Parliament, not ministers, should decide how much scrutiny the powers receive. ... ... The bill sets out which of regulations will be subject to debate and which will not - but the House of Lords' Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee says Parliament should decide. ... Peers are concerned about the number of regulations under the so-called "negative procedure", which assumes that a statutory instrument is acceptable unless action is taken to the contrary. ... A statutory instrument under this procedure is made by a minister and usually becomes law immediately, though MPs or peers can table a motion to annul the instrument. ... The bill specifies delegated powers may not be used to impose taxes, create a criminal offence, or repeal the Human Rights Act 1998 [ WELL LET US BE THANKFUL FOR THAT : BUT THE FACT THAT THEY EVEN SUSPECTED IT ? ] ...

... Lord Blencathra, who chairs the committee, said the bill "seeks to confer on ministers an extensive range of powers, unique in peace-time". ...

SO ... HOW MUCH DAMAGE CAN THEY DO IN THE TWO YEARS ALLOWED ? ... AND WHO CAN HOLD THEM TO ACCOUNT ? ... THE HOUSE OF LORDS ? ...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-41336667

House of Lords rejects 'couch potato peers' allegation

The House of Lords has defended its role after the Electoral Reform Society criticised "couch potato peers". ... ... The row follows a call from Commons Speaker John Bercow to cut the number of peers by half to about 400. The House of Lords is conducting its own inquiry into ways to reduce its size. ...
The UK Parliament's second chamber has 798 members in total, making it the second-largest legislative body in the world, after the National People's Congress of China. ... Members are not paid a salary but can claim an attendance allowance of up to £300 on days that the House sits. ... ... The Electoral Reform Society, which campaigns for the reform of Britain's voting system, said spending on House of Lords allowances and expenses in 2016-17 added up to £21,777,168 compared with £18,070,174 in 2014-15 - a 20% increase. ... The campaign group said: "The most active 300 peers claim only half the expenses - showing the size of the Lords can be cut without significantly limiting its work." ... It added that "£4,086,764 has been claimed by the 36% of peers who spoke five times or fewer in the past year, many of whom simply turn up to vote" while over £1m had been claimed by "peers who voted 10 times or fewer". ...

SO ... AT THE VERY MOMENT WHEN BULLSXIT DEMANDS ALL HANDS ON DECK - IDEALLY A DOUBLING OF THE HOURS OF MPS AND A HALVING OF THEIR REMUNERATION - THE ONLY EFFECTIVE OPPOSITION TO THE GOVERNMENT WILL RECEIVE THAT TREATMENT INSTEAD ? ... MY TEENAGE ANARCHIST PERSONA IS LURKING NEARBY TONIGHT AND SALIVATING AT THE PROSPECT OF SOCIETY DESCENDING INTO CHAOS AS THE POUND PLUNGES AND TAXES SOAR AND MIDDLE-AGED EX-STUDENTS ARE AUCTIONED OFF FOR THEIR DEBTS INTO A LIFE TIME OF SLAVERY TO THE CHINESE BANKS AND THE OAPS RIOT IN THE SUPERMARKETS OVER THE COST OF LIVING ON BEANS ON TOAST AND THEIR GRANDCHILDREN ARE BOILED DOWN FOR SOAP SO THEIR PARENTS CAN PAY THEIR MORTGAGES ... ENTERTAINING BUT NOT A MATURE MAN'S REPUBLICAN CONCEPTION OF REVOLUTION : IT WOULD BE BLOODY CHAOS AND IN LIVING WHERE I LIVE I WOULD BE IN THE MIDDLE OF IT AND LUCKY TO ESCAPE WITH MY LIFE TO SIT ON COCK HILL AND STARE DOWN IN HORROR AS CARDIFF BURNS ...

[ ONE REASON WHY I LIKE THE IDEA OF " THE BLACK COCK " - APART FROM IT BEING A POPULAR PUB NAME IN SOUTH WALES - AS A SYMBOL FOR REPUBLICANISM IN WALES IS THAT THE HILL BOUNDING THE WEST OF OUR CAPITAL CITY OF CARDIFF WHICH RISES FROM THE MEDIEVAL LECKWITH BRIDGE OVER THE RIVER ELY AND IS VISIBLE FROM ALL OVER THE CITY IS COCK HILL / BRYN CEILIOG : COCKERELS HAVE HAD A LONG ASSOCIATION WITH REVOLUTION IN REPUBLICANISM FOR CENTURIES BECAUSE THEY SUMMON IN " THE GLORIOUS DAY " - BUT ALSO DAMN US FOR OUR SINS IN CHRISTIANITY THUS INDICT " THE LONG NIGHT " THAT WE ARE HAVING TO LIVE THROUGH AS PETER WAS DAMNED FOR BETRAYING CHRIST BY THE COCK CROWING - AND THAT COCKEREL APPEARED ON CHURCH STEEPLES WHERE IT SWUNG TO FACE THE STORM AND WAS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING WHICH ITSELF IS BOTH A SYMBOL OF DISASTER AND ENLIGHTENMENT - AND THE FATHER OF REPUBLICANISM SOCRATES ASKED HIS FRIENDS TO SACRIFICE A COCKEREL TO AESCLEPIUS IN A JOKEY REFERENCE TO DEATH BEING THE HEALER OF ALL ILLS - AND THE FRENCH COCKEREL IS A PUN UPON " GALLUS / GALLES " AND IN FRENCH WALES IS " LE PAYS DE GALLES." - AND FOR ME IT IS A PUN ON PACIFISTS " BEING CHICKEN." ...

http://repwblic.informe.com/viewtopic.php?p=5892#5892

" COCKAID " IS OF COURSE A PUN ON COCKADE : THE ORIGINAL COCKADE IN THE FRENCH REVOLUTION WAS A STRIP OF GREEN CLOTH FOR " DEMOCRACY " - IN FACT THOSE " FOR THE PEOPLE " FIRST WORE GREEN LEAVES BECAUSE ALL OVER EUROPE GREEN DENOTED " THE COMMONERS " HENCE THE GREEN SEATS IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS - BUT WHEN THE PARIS MILITIA CHANGED SIDES THE PEOPLE ENTHUSIASTICALLY ADOPTED STRIPS OF RED AND BLUE MIMICKING THEIR UNIFORMS - EVENTUALLY THE KING OF FRANCE WAS PERSUADED TO WEAR A COCKADE BY LAFAYETTE WHO WITH POLITICAL TACT PLACED THE WHITE STRIP IN THE MIDDLE : THE FRENCH ROYAL FLAG AND THEREFORE COLOUR WAS WHITE AND THE BRITISH GET A GARBLED VERSION OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION OF 1789 IN WHICH IT WAS VIOLENT AND THE KING NEVER PARTICIPATED IN ANY POLITICAL REFORM - THIS IS NOT TRUE ... THE KING PARTICIPATED IN THE FIRST " BASTILLE DAY " IN 1790 WHICH CELEBRATED THE PEACEABLE NATURE OF THE REVOLUTION IN FRANCE : IT ALL WENT WRONG IN 1792 AS THE DEMOCRATS MANOEUVRED AGAINST THE REPUBLICANS AND THE KING RAN FOR HIS LIFE AND WAS CAPTURED AND DENOUNCED AS A TRAITOR.

BRITISH REPUBLICANS WERE ENTHUSIASTS FOR THE FRENCH TRICOLOURE AND FLEW THE ORIGINAL RED-WHITE-BLUE TRICOLOURE UNTIL 1792 DUE TO THE COLOURS BEING THE SAME AS IN THE BRITISH UNION FLAG ( WHICH DID NOT HAVE THE IRISH RED SALTAIRE IN IT AT THE TIME ) AND THE AMERICAN FLAG ... BUT WHEN THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ESCALATED TO DEPOSING THE FRENCH KING THEY SWIFTLY REJECTED THE COLOUR BLUE AS BEING THAT OF FRENCH AND AMERICAN MILITARY UNIFORMS AND REPLACED IT WITH GREEN ARGUING THAT THE NEW FLAG SYMBOLISED PEACEFUL POLITICAL REFORM BETWEEN THE DEMOCRATS AND THE ARISTOCRATS WHO RULED THEM ... AND THEN BECAUSE THEY WANTED TO AVOID THE RESEMBLANCE TO THE FRENCH TRICOLOURE AND EMPHASISE THE EXISTING POLITICAL ORDER THEY TURNED IT ON ITS SIDE AS A TRIBAND WITH RED FOR THE ARISTOCRACY ON TOP ... HOWEVER ANOTHER EXPLANATION IS THAT NAPOLEON PUT HIS BROTHER IN CHARGE OF ITALY UNDER THE GREEN-WHITE-RED TRICOLORE : HE LATER FLED TO AMERICA WHERE THE MEXICANS TRIED TO WOO HIM BY ADOPTING HIS FLAG ... THIS FLAG BECAME ASSOCIATED WITH INTERNATIONALIST REPUBLICANISM AND THOSE IN BRITAIN WHO ADHERED TO THE BONAPARTIST CAUSE USED IT ?

RED, WHITE AND GREEN WERE THE COLOURS USED BY THE THREE ROMAN TRIBES.

THESE TRICOLOURS AND TRIBANDS WERE REGULARLY SEIZED BY THE AUTHORITIES AS BEING SEDITIOUS BUT SOME REPUBLICAN IN WALES IN THE MIDDLE OF THE 19C FIGURED OUT THAT HENRY TUDOR'S BATTLE FLAG HAD THE SAME COLOURS AND THEY COULD PARADE AROUND WITH WHAT WAS PROFESSED TO BE A ROYAL FLAG WHILST IT ALSO SYMBOLISED " Y REPWBLIC." IT WAS ALSO FIENDISHLY DIFFICULT TO MAKE " Y DDRAIG GOCH " IN COMPARISON TO SEWING TOGETHER THE THREE LENGTHS OF CLOTH WHICH FEATURED IN SO MANY DISORDERLY DEMONSTRATIONS ...
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

from " A SURVEY OF POLITICS IN WALES - By David Melding AM "

" ... The reaction of many voters in the economically stressed parts of Britain to re-assert their sovereignty in the slogan ‘take back control’ is instructive. Yet Britain does not have the capacity to set rules for international trade and this source of frustration will not be removed by exiting the EU. Indeed, as the EU and the USA are the only rule-setters for trade, Brexit will sharply reduce British participation in this area of decision-making. Given this and the likely disillusionment that will follow, there is urgent need to strengthen democratic processes and increase political participation in Britain. Otherwise we will be locked into a public discourse that does not speak about political realities and this can only distort public policy. ... "

David Melding AM sent me this long essay / article inviting me to comment : it is a very good piece of writing and is rather overwhelming me at my first read through. Another thing which I might pick out is the following which is coming perilously close to Nomocracy in that David Melding AM advocates using randomly selected citizen juries to scrutinise / advise ... but ... what I am advocating is that political authority is not to be derived from The State - whether it is directed by majority opinion or otherwise - but from the facts and arguments about the case i.e. that political authority is not possessed by either the judges or the jury but is obtained from the witnesses : would the present disaster engulfing Universal Benefit have happened if the people in receipt of these various welfare benefits being bundled together for them - basically a good idea - been consulted about the practicalities of its implementation ? Nomocracy i.e. Republicanism is different from Democracy in that it protects minorities from being subjected to laws made by ignorant, prejudiced and powerful legislators - Hierocrats, Democrats, Aristocrats or Monocrats - by locating the source of the political authority to make The Law concerning those minorities in their own lives' experiences : but also such minorities can not legislate for other people's lives beyond their experiences.

Nomocracy has been criticised as being a dictatorship of the judiciary but the point is that if it is a dictatorship it is the enforcement of the rules to decide the case - " The Rule of Law " which defines " Y Repwblic " means that the legislators are bound by the laws which they make without exception. " Parliamentary Sovereignty " is not compatible with " The Rule of Law " and - if you can get past the 19c non-constitutional sophistry of Acey Dicey - you can see that this historical baggage which resulted from The Parliament Act 1911 when The Democrats seized " Sovereignty " from The Aristocrats who in The Glorious Revolution 1688 seized it from The Monocrats who with The Act of Supremacy 1534 seized it from The Hierocrats who claimed to have found it under The Papal Throne in c401 when The Emperor in Rome fell off his ...oh - yeah : historical babblage which makes no constitutional sense and so results in multiple problems and has to constantly be explained away e.g. why it results in The Assembly in Cardiff passing laws which could be enforceable in England except that The Parliament in Westminster politely ignores Wales ... which in itself has been a long-standing political convention ...

... The Rules in The United Kingdom are written down - we do have a written constitution of sorts - but not even The Supreme Court knows where to find them : there is a savage rumour - which I will start - that when Gina Miller demanded to know exactly what the rules were there were elderly judges searching The Rolls in The Houses of Parliament for hours until eventually they found the relevant clause in the depths of the basement written on the back of a toilet door where The Roll had run out centuries beforehand ... put in your own joke there ... What kind of political system relies upon a publicly spirited individual - who is wealthy enough to indulge in vanity court cases that cost millions of pounds to sort out its constitutional confusion - well ... if you do unravel " The Unwritten Constitution " you find that it is Aristocratic - which is not necessarily a bad thing : The House of Lords seems to me to be serving us far better than The House of Commons - but the problem is that it is more or less exactly what David Melding AM advocates i.e. a massive jury - and not picked randomly but selected by the The House of Commons itself.

Rather the responsibilities of citizenship would be expanded to compliment the work carried out in representative institutions. The oldest form of such service is the obligation to sit on a jury. Random selection could be similarly applied to the recruitment of electors to serve on citizens’ juries to examine a local or national policy challenge. In Wales we might want to go further and constitute a citizens’ chamber of the Assembly. This would not require 60 members of the public to serve full-time for 5 years – that would be a burden not an act of citizen service. Citizen service would be a general obligation that is occasionally occasionally called upon, as jury service is now. The citizens’ chamber could be a pool of 600 or even 6,000 citizens over a 5 year period. Each citizen would be allocated specific tasks that concentrate on a part of governmental activity. The citizens’ chamber could also lead the way in developing a digital democracy. Through on-line surveys and other mechanisms a wider range of public participation would be possible, perhaps providing material for the citizens’ chamber to deliberate and develop in more detail. Such work would need to be transparent and the main outcomes evidence-based and properly recorded. Draft laws, or ideas for laws, could then be fed into the National Assembly which would become, in a very modern guise, a bicameral institution.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 4:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We absolutely want " No Deal ! "_We just do not care how others feel -_So let us now jump ship - but not lose our grip_Whilst hysteria up we whip : we really do not quip -_We will let nobody squeel ...

We absolutely want " No Deal ! "_
We just do not care how others feel -_
So let us now jump ship - but not lose our grip_
Whilst hysteria up we whip : we really do not quip -_
We will let nobody squeel ...

dai repwblic = Dai Saw = David B Lawrence : the author asserts his moral right - not to sue for copyright !

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-41655195

The prospect of Brexit happening without a deal being reached between the UK and the EU is "unthinkable", Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said. ... Earlier Brexit Secretary David Davis defended keeping the "no deal" option open in the on-going negotiations. ... After five rounds of Brexit negotiations, the EU has described the talks as in "deadlock" and there has been an increased debate about the possibility of the UK leaving without a deal in place. ...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-41652416

Reversing the Brexit process would boost the UK economy, the international economic body, the OECD has said. ... A new referendum or a change of government leading to the UK staying within the EU would have a "significant" positive impact on growth, the OECD said. ... It also warned "no deal" would see investment seize up, the pound hit new lows and the UK's credit rating cut.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-41649498

The UK's key inflation rate hit its highest for more than five years in September, driven up by increases in transport and food prices. ... The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) climbed to 3%, a level it last reached in April 2012, and up from 2.9% in August. ... The pick-up in inflation raises the likelihood of an increase in interest rates - currently 0.25% - next month.

Which means that the poorest will get poorer whilst the richest will get richer by gambling on the hedge funds ... I want to squeel ... ]
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 5:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Talk again of a second EU Referendum once the deal is negotiated and I am in favour of it - and it is interesting to compare it with the referendum which created The Welsh Assembly where the winning margin was very small but we st least had a clear idea as to what we were voting about if we were willing to read the paperwork ... but ... The Welsh Assembly as originally presented was something of a Trojan Horse because it has since been engineered to be something else ... As will happen with Bullsxit ... this is the whole chronic trouble with The United Kingdom as a non-political system where voting is treated as just a sop to the electorate instead of an earnest inquiry into their opinions.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2017 5:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well now - here we are near Halloween_And now Brexit is scaring even The Queen :_Ghoolies and ghosties shall reappear_From centuries past - and this is not queer -_For her Parliament and The People she is inbetween

Well now - here we are near Halloween_
And Brexit is scaring even The Queen :_
Ghoolies and ghosties shall reappear_
From centuries past - and this is not queer -_
For Her Parliament and The People She is inbetween.

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Could Brexit really be scaring even The Queen - after all it ought to be scaring all sane people - yes ... but for another reason : She has always been keen on her constitutional rights to privately advise, console and damn her prime ministers ... What Brexit is resulting in is not the return of Sovereignty - not that I agree that it exists - either to The Queen or to Her Parliament but to Her Prime Ministers ... I believe that a lot of dust is being kicked in our eyes but The Queen is by long practice blinkered to this tactic and has lifted her eye up from her bag of oats and is stubbornly resisting the application of The Prime Ministerial Whip. ... It is one thing to whip The House of Commons until both sides are pulling together to re-write the constitutional arrangements because each side hope to have the upper hand to select The Upper House and rule like kings but ...

... It looks like on this occassion we should be cheering on The Queen to resist the constitutional situation becoming even worse than it is at the present : perhaps She is as I suspect Charles to be - a thorough-going Pure Republican.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-41747036

Brexit: May 'confident' MPs will get vote before exit

Theresa May has said she is confident there will be enough time for MPs to get a Brexit vote before the UK leaves.
... During Prime Minister's Questions, she was pressed on comments by David Davis who earlier said a vote might not happen before the March 2019 deadline. ... He said the vote's timing hinged on when a deal was done and this may be at the "59th minute of the 11th hour". ... But Mrs May said she believed it would happen "in time for Parliament to have the vote we committed to".

To be honest this story sounds like it was cooked up by journalists but that would not be possible if we had an orderly and clearly set out political system i.e. a written Constitution.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 7:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-41899727

Gordon Brown predicts Brexit 'crisis point'

Gordon Brown has told BBC News he believes the UK could remain in the EU if Leave voters could be offered a "game-changing" deal next summer. ... The former Labour prime minister told Laura Kuenssberg he was not arguing for a second EU referendum "at this stage". ... But he predicted a "crisis point", when Leave voters realised they were not going to get what they were promised. ... And they might be persuaded to change their mind if they were given "new evidence," he said. ... "Is there something that we didn't get right the last time that could persuade millions of Leave voters that it was worth going Remain?" he said.


Thank goodness that something sensible has been said ... Trouble is that he was advertising his memoirs ... >sigh< ... Meanwhile the drama of " Brexit " has been momentarily replaced by the drama of " Sexit " ... Whilst I thoroughly disapprove of The Democrats in Westminster screwing us I am not so sure that I do so of them screwing with each other since I see that as welcome evidence of Democracy being fundamentally a corrupt political system which is characterised by fundamentally corrupt people since those are the partipants which it favours and promotes ... But whilst The Democrats in Wales present the same opportunities for abuse it has ceased to be so funny here -

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-41921678

No alternative but to sack Carl Sargeant says Carwyn Jones

Wales' First Minister Carwyn Jones has said he had no alternative but to sack Carl Sargeant following allegations about his conduct. ... Mr Sargeant's body was found on Tuesday, four days after he was dismissed as communities minister and suspended from the Welsh Labour party. ... It is understood he took his own life. Mr Jones said he had acted "by the book" over the matter.
He said he would try to provide answers which Mr Sargeant's family deserved. ... Claims about inappropriate "touching or groping" were made to the first minister's office last week and following Friday's sacking, the Alyn and Deeside AM had vowed to clear his name but said he did not know the details of the allegations.

[ IT IS A LONG ARTICLE WHICH GIVES FULLER DETAIL.]

If what happens in Westminster might be the subject of a savage comedy what has happened in Wales is a sad tragedy and must surely be treated as off limits for satire. ... On the other hand can I put my finger on the pulse of it - ?

Democracy is a savage game_In which some try to just defame_Using allegations which are not tame_Whilst The ( actual ) Truth often goes unsaid_And the real crimes committed are left unpled : _Its victims are made to suffer in shame

Democracy is a savage game_
In which some try to just defame_
Whilst The ( actual ) Truth often goes unsaid_
And real crimes committed are left unpled : _
Its victims are made to suffer in shame.

dai repwblic = Dai Saw = David B Lawrence : the author asserts his moral right - not to sue for copyright !

And what I have in mind there is that The Democrats in Wales and Westminster do make The People in Wales suffer and respond to their protests with contempt, sweeping them aside and if they persist damn them us as liars until we just shut up and suffer in silence : there have been many examples of this. ... " In which some try to just defame " ... mmm ... am I referring to myself there ? ... " Using allegations which are not tame " was the alternative line but they seem to be equivalents and the former was stronger and more meanigful.

A friend replied - " Whatever happened to not guilty till proven ? " - and I said " I am not sure whom you are alleging is innocent - surely not me ? ... I utterly deny all public allegations about me as being untrue - my sins are quite private " - " No. Sergeant. Facing undisclosed allegations. Fired. Then found dead." - " I find the whole thing awful to even try to contemplate : from a disciplinary procedure gone wrong to a molestor found out - pitiable misery for all involved " - " A mess. Such is life. Unfortunately. "

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Dear #### [ a Labour & Cooperative Party person ]
Given the tragic events recently on top of allegations made in Westminster this poem may be considered rash but I put an explanation of it below it on the board. Watching the news about Carwyn and the after-math of how your party handled the situation re Carl has been agony because I know something of such situations and my sympathies extend to you all whilst I continue to be critical of those who refuse to have a normal constitution in Wales = Democracy is a savage game_In which some try to just defame_Whilst The ( actual ) Truth often goes unsaid_And real crimes committed are left unpled : _Its victims are made to suffer in shame = dai repwblic = Dai Saw = David B Lawrence : moral right = http://repwblic.informe.com/viewtopic.php?p=6047#6047
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2017 6:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Brexit goes on and on and on :_ I hope that it is never done_On the other hand this constant prattle_Has my nerves begun to rattle -_My patience with this has nearly gone

Brexit goes on and on and on :_
I hope that it is never done_
On the other hand this constant prattle_
Has my nerves begun to rattle -_
My patience with this has nearly gone.
My patience with it has nearly gone.

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