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  1. Mohamed Elyounoussi

    Versus Manchester City
  2. Mohamed Elyounoussi

    Predominantly a left winger, wonder what that would mean for Gray/Albrighton, if we are even interested.
  3. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Ah, any clue where I can find it? Wondering if the recent weather has made the already crap roads even worse.
  4. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Let's not pretend QE was a government vehicle to manage inflation. The inflation effect of QE was an after effect, completely expected but unimportant at the time. You're citing John Redwood as an example of why the BoE doesn't set the interest rates, I don't get it. You think the government wants interest rates to rise? They almost certainly don't.
  5. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Am I missing where in that article it states our roads are the worst in the developed world?
  6. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    ... that's an opinion piece and has almost nothing to do with the setting of interest rates. This is much better https://www.ft.com/content/388fae86-3184-11e7-9555-23ef563ecf9a
  7. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Inflation is not targeted or managed by the government, it's managed by the Bank of England, which is politically independent.
  8. Salisbury, Skripal, Poison and Russia.

    Maybe like the rest of the Western world and simply say nothing?
  9. Salisbury, Skripal, Poison and Russia.

    No, the Syrian Civil War is on an entirely different level. ~15,000 have died in Yemen, 350,000-500,000 have died in Syria. 3 million displaced in Yemen, with between 5 and 7 million displaced in Syria. Yemen (in terms of deaths) is more coomparable to the conflict in Ukraine.
  10. Luke Shaw

    Depends if we can buy them for £3.50 and sell them a year later for £35m, if so, yes please.
  11. Salisbury, Skripal, Poison and Russia.

    But, but... But Iraq and WMD's!
  12. Luke Shaw

    Nah just buy some French Ligue 2 left back for a packet of Cheese and Onion crisps and £15 who turns out to be a world beater, like normal.
  13. Salisbury, Skripal, Poison and Russia.

    Just curious, would you support the UK upping its defence spending to offset the weapons selling to SA? Would solve both problems in one go, and would only require a spending increase of £1-2bn.
  14. Salisbury, Skripal, Poison and Russia.

    Unfortunately it's a necessity for national security. Ceasing the trading of weapons from UK businesses means they get rid of staff and we lose vital know-how. We were due to lose 2,000 staff from BAE's Eurofighter line before the sale to Saudi Arabia. The only alternative it upping the UK's purchases to keep the people in work.
  15. Exactly. Albrighton and Mahrez dropped back into a back 6 to mark the wing backs. This was a tactical decision and worked very well for the entire game. Tried to force them through the middle where Ndidi could mop it up (and he did, with 10 tackles). Limited Chelsea completely. Can't argue with our tactical set-up in the slightest.