Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Probably no sale of RFA - Hurray!

From the Lloyd's article
BRITAIN’S Ministry of Defence now appears to be softening its stance over the possible sale of the civilian-crewed Royal Fleet Auxiliary, according to trade union officials who discussed the issue with a junior minister earlier this week
On that happy note lets get onto something not so fun, again, the EU. You might have wondered lately between your tea break and the casual conversation you had with the lovely lady at Tesco's, what exactly does the word 'suzerainty' have in common with the EU? Well it is simple as pimples The European Union has shown its wrath by stripping Greece of its vote at a crucial meeting next month, the worst humiliation ever suffered by an EU member state apparently. Shame about the greek. Hopefully they will turn more anti-EU now but I do not really think so but one can always dream. Oh yes and they had in common what the Telegraph calls "economic suzerainty" from their article on this subject. Happy hunting chaps!


paulo said...

Looks like Greece is warming up nicely.


13th Spitfire said...

Indeed sir, indeed

The Filthy Engineer said...

At last some commonsense. They might need a professionly trained RFA in the Falklands again.

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