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michael norton

Hi ET.
Well, as you might expect, the Daily Express writes that everything Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg and Liz Truss do is fantastic. They also write that almost everything that Emmanuel and Ursula do is aggression against Dear Old Blighty.
You have to take it all with a pinch of salt. The Polish Government are set against the E.U. Yet Poland has done quite well out of membership of the E.U. Possibly they were under the yoke of the Germans, then under the yoke of the Russians.
Maybe they would have done better to remain Independent. You are of course correct ET that if they wish to stay within the warmth of the comfort blanket of the ET, the MUST do as they are told. The U.K. has offered an example of a get-away-state. Will others go over the wall. Who knows.

I also realised, as I was writing about the Berlin Airport that runway three is taking decades to get done.
Boris was at one time going to rest on the concrete in front of the bulldozers.