KRED

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Britain’s decline and fall

http://bit.ly/2tOMaIk

200) && (this.width >= this.height) ? 200: true); max-height: 200px; height: expression((this.height > 200) && (this.height >= this.width) ? 200: true); border: none;’/>
WRITING to his wife in May 1942, Evelyn Waugh recounted a true story of military derring-do. A British commando unit offered to blow up an old tree-stump on Lord Glasgow’s estate, promising him that they could dynamite the tree so that it “falls on a sixpence”. After a boozy lunch they all went down to witness the explosion.
posted by friends:
 (3)
@SallieKrawcheck on Twitter
@SallieKrawcheck: Thanks to the financial crisis and Brexit, Britain has lost all of its global functions in one great rush econ.st/2uGqKtc
@Patrick_Henz on Twitter
@Patrick_Henz: Thanks to the financial crisis and Brexit, Britain has lost all of its global functions in one great rush econ.st/2uGqKtc
@TheEconomist on Twitter
@TheEconomist: Thanks to the financial crisis and Brexit, Britain has lost all of its global functions in one great rush econ.st/2uGqKtc
posted by followers of the list:
 (0)

Vía All News on ‘The Twitter Times: Muzaffar69/corpgov’ http://econ.st/2teMUVm