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  2. https://myshetland.co.uk/busy-busy-2/ Moved some
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  4. https://myshetland.co.uk/farrier-today-2/ Still with us.
  5. Hi, I have a question to all members, On new year I am planning to buy the new ipad but I am confuse. Which brand and how many cost are is best for current demand and for work facility that I need?
  6. The real Grant Trailers is https://grant-trailers.com/ and they do HGV trailer servicing and to quote:
  7. Last week
  8. https://myshetland.co.uk/moved-for-the-winter/ Three loads and done
  9. I too was scammed by the same boys for just over £26k but lucky for me my bank was able to retrieve the whole money back I hope the scammer is caught as I would vist him in prison
  10. https://myshetland.co.uk/monster-inc/ Before us, there were baby Monsters
  11. https://myshetland.co.uk/teds-turn/ Before and after
  12. https://myshetland.co.uk/helping-always-helping/ In the way
  13. https://myshetland.co.uk/lambie-the-mysogynist/ Lambie is being mean
  14. Earlier
  15. https://myshetland.co.uk/last-nights-northern-lights/ "Merrie Dancers"
  16. https://myshetland.co.uk/typical-afternoon/ What I do
  17. https://myshetland.co.uk/i-used-to-be-indecisive-but-now-i-am-not-quite-sure/ Trying to do the right thing
  18. The Supreme Court can only look at the law and simply say if it’s within the law or outside it. Currently, apparently, the law can only be changed by the UK parliament. I would suggest that this needs amendment as unless the rUK wants rid of Scotland then that can not be achieved. If in fact indyref one had voted overwhelmingly to leave the UK, it did not mean independence automatically and it still would have to be discussed and agreed by the UK parliament. Although I am not sold on Scottish Independence, I agree people have the right to self-determination , and this refusal to allow a referendum is a great rallying call for the independence parties. It is all very divisive, especially as the people’s of the different parts of the UK are so interconnected by business and family.
  19. https://myshetland.co.uk/oh-what-a-beautiful-morning-2/ Beautiful sunrise
  20. The Supreme Court has ruled on the legality of the Scottish Parliament holding a referendum and the five judges unanimously said it can't hold one. They were also at pains to say Scotland was not a colony. There's also been loads of interviews with politicians of the unionist persuasion that go something like this... Q1: "Is the union a voluntary one?" A: "Of course it is!" Q2: "How do you get out of it then?" A: "Oh look, there's a squirrel >>>> *politician vanishes* Now call me cynical but if people from another country that rule you tell you you're not a colony but you've no democratic or legal way to be free of their rule what on Earth is Scotland?
  21. https://myshetland.co.uk/omg-cows/ Boy band fan club
  22. No need to apologise for Putins actions. The only need for NATO or an EU army is the fear of Russians trying to get the ex Soviet territories to rejoin his union. The EU and UK made the mistake of buying oil and gas from Russia. As well as market forces, probably hoping that by doing so the Russians might pass on some money to their own people, which would in turn enable them to join the capitalist world and buy goods. (Tory Dream)
  23. https://myshetland.co.uk/sunrise-shetland/ Beautiful
  24. https://myshetland.co.uk/a-busy-day/ "herding cats"
  25. The EU never prevented people coming to the UK from India or the Philippines. Don't try to rewrite history.
  26. https://myshetland.co.uk/storm-update/ On the up
  27. Were that my line of thought, I may wonder about who, now, would be putting the UK at the top of their list. Given that Brexit has done it's obvious (yes, it was obvious it would do real harm) damage, brought to us by the calamity party and our now current home secretary who dreams (her words) of flying everyone not born on these turd filled shores (their votes) off to Rwanda. It's hard to fathom. Not.
  28. The EU is a poor partner to have for energy security, seeing as they're as much a conduit for Chinese energy, and up until earlier this year, were for Russian energy, as they are a producer. Defence, yeah, well, its an arguable point whether mutterings about an 'EU Army' was the final straw when added to all the Yank military shenanigans in Europe that convinced Putin it was time to do a bit of sabre rattling. Twice in just over 200 years Russia has been invaded, once by the French and once by the Germans, is it any wonder that when the two get in cahoots and start appearing to be organising an army, that ole Russki gets a bit miffed and puts on an attempted show of strength with a sacrificial neighbour. Unwise, probably, but surprising, no. The UK lacked labour pre-EU, the so-called hospitality industry was rattling full of Philippinos back in the day, as was the NHS, along with an ever increasing number of Indian Doctors. EU labour just filled a gap that was caused by the EU preventing those nationalities working in the UK any longer. We don't necessarily need to source people from the EU, there are numerous nations worldwide who have crowds of people who'd give their right arm to be able to come here and work, even for half the posted salary, we just need to facilitate capable people to come here, their nationality is irrelevant.
  29. https://myshetland.co.uk/not-out-of-the-woods/ Still worried
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