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Mast3rofPuppets VIP Member

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#1 13 years ago

Margaret Thatcher!

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Trollwarlord2

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#2 13 years ago

oh Dear God Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah




Rammelslakje (NL)

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#3 13 years ago

HAPPY BDAY!@JEWFEKHHSHskfdv




Mr. Matt VIP Member

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#4 13 years ago

The psycho-bitch from hell who kept the Falklands for Britain and then gave Britain to Europe...




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#5 13 years ago
Mr. MattThe psycho-bitch from hell who kept the Falklands for Britain and then gave Britain to Europe...

Correct me if I'm wrong (I don't know shit about Thatcher, I just read alittle about her in Wikipedia), but wasn't she pro USA and anti EU?




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#6 13 years ago

Yes.




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#7 13 years ago
Mast3rofPuppetsCorrect me if I'm wrong (I don't know shit about Thatcher, I just read alittle about her in Wikipedia), but wasn't she pro USA and anti EU?

In 1975 Margaret Thatcher was one of the people campaigning for a 'yes' vote in the ECC referendum in the UK. You have to remember that at the time, it was a decidedly conservative passion, with socialists often making harsh attacks on it. It was after all originally just a hyped-up trade agreement. Of course, nobody knew at the time that it would end up as a decrepit, corrupt socialist gigglefest. What Thatcher was more opposed to were the actual members of the ECC/EU and their policies. The French government in particular, though France going out of its way to screw Britain over is nothing uncommon -- they rejected Britain's application to the ECC twice before they got in.




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#8 13 years ago

You do know we only have a minimum wage because the EU says so dont you?




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#9 13 years ago
DavetheFoYou do know we only have a minimum wage because the EU says so dont you?

No we don't. The United Kingdom has had a minimum wage in one form or another since 1524, in various locally-enforced forms. The Trade Boards Act instated profession-specific minimum wages in 1918, an act which was repealed by, coincidentally enough, Thatcher. Another good move on her part! The National Minimum Wage Act was passed in 1998 by the Labour government under Tony Blair. The EU had little to do with this -- it was a major part of the Labour manifesto of the time, and they still emphasise it to this day. The government adjusts the minimum wage according to the recommendations of the Low Pay Commission, an independent organisation set up as a result of this NMW Act.




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#10 13 years ago

God Save the Iron Maiden!


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