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    (Original post by JPKC)
    It was bought by cheap people for many more cheap people who probably could not realistically tell the difference. The better stuff might be a tad more accessible for modest folk if the EU dropped the blahblahblah "protection of origin" malarky.
    It isn't the EU that has that law (although I am sure they do now)... it is France and it is adhered to by much of the world :smug:
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    It isn't the EU that has that law (although I am sure they do now)... it is France and it is adhered to by much of the world :smug:
    I'd love to see some champagne vineyards open up around the UK. I can imagine Château d'Manchester being a glorious drink, let alone Château d'Scunthorpe.
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    (Original post by JPKC)
    I'd love to see some champagne vineyards open up around the UK. I can imagine Château de Manchester being a glorious drink, let alone Château de Scunthorpe.
    Nothing stopping sparkling wine being made in the UK... just it won't be champagne as it doesn't come from the champagne region of France!!!
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    (Original post by JPKC)
    I'd love to see some champagne vineyards open up around the UK. I can imagine Château de Manchester being a glorious drink, let alone Château de Scunthorpe.
    Now that would be something new. :rofl:

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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    Nothing stopping sparkling wine being made in the UK... just it won't be champagne as it doesn't come from the champagne region of France!!!
    Yes but it could be called "champaign", no?
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    (Original post by JPKC)
    Yes but it could be called "champaign", no?
    Just GTFO!
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    Whilst i find it regrettable that the Labour party were unable to form a government I would like to wish the new government all the best, hopefully the UK has a strong government that works in the national interest.
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    (Original post by toronto353)
    :rofl:. I thought that the Conservatives were heavy consumers of alcohol. I am disappointed guys.

    I'll bring the coca cola and lemonade (only the value range mind, I'm not made of money ).
    he he, if you want to bring some we're not saying we wont consume it heavily
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    WTF. Learn how to spell my dear boy.

    Yes, yes I shall!!!
    If he's already been at the Champagne he might have an excuse for not being able to spell it
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    (Original post by Metrobeans)
    QFA
    Will there be a list of Shadow Government positions?
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    The Libertarian Party should not have supported a repeal of Sunday business restrictions.Although I found the rest of its policies positive.

    Its nice to have one day of the week where its not all about work and shopping.

    If sunday is going to be just another day it shouldnt just apply to retail workers
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    (Original post by James10000)
    The Libertarian Party should not have supported a repeal of Sunday business restrictions.Although I found the rest of its policies positive.

    Its nice to have one day of the week where its not all about work and shopping.

    If sunday is going to be just another day it shouldnt just apply to retail workers
    Did your comment get lost in time?
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    (Original post by James10000)
    The Libertarian Party should not have supported a repeal of Sunday business restrictions.Although I found the rest of its policies positive.

    Its nice to have one day of the week where its not all about work and shopping.

    If sunday is going to be just another day it shouldnt just apply to retail workers
    Why not? It is not the governments job to tell people when they can and cannot work.

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