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Prime Minister David Cameron meets Portuguese counterpart Pedro Passos

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Prime Minister David Cameron meets Portuguese counterpart Pedro Passos

Post by Guest on 29.04.12 13:16

Coincidence???? Just days before on 18th April, and the Panorama prog, and all those interviews with Andy Redwood. This wasn't reported much was it? If you google it, no papers at all except Guardian.



British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) welcomes the Prime Minister of Portugal Pedro Passos Coelho (R), to 10 Downing Street in London

http://www.demotix.com/news/1163729/prime-minister-david-cameron-meets-portuguese-counterpart-pedro-passos
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Another Prime Minsiterial visit to try to rescue the sinking eurozone ship

Post by Tony Bennett on 29.04.12 13:44

candyfloss wrote:Coincidence???? Just days before on 18th April, and the Panorama prog, and all those interviews with Andy Redwood. This wasn't reported much was it? If you google it, no papers at all except Guardian.



British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) welcomes the Prime Minister of Portugal Pedro Passos Coelho (R), to 10 Downing Street in London

http://www.demotix.com/news/1163729/prime-minister-david-cameron-meets-portuguese-counterpart-pedro-passos
I think this was mostly about the continuing implosion of the eurozone, and how Portugal might need a bail-out:

http://www.portugaldailyview.com/whats-new/meeting-passos-and-cameron-discuss-european-crisis

Just like the Greeks and the Irish, he probably came with a begging bowl, although to be honest I can't make it out on the above photograph.

One good thing that Gordon Brown did was to develop his famous 'five tests' that would have to be met before we joined the eurozone - those five tests stopped Blair driving us into this destined-to-fail project.

The Madeleine McCann affair cost the Portuguese peopel a huge amount of money and discouraged tourism there. Given that over quarter of a million people read (___ _____ __ ___ ___) and saw the documentary based on it, it wasn't surprising that last week Isabel Duarte, the McCanns' lawyer, conceded that most Portuguese people didn't ______ ___ _______.

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Re: Prime Minister David Cameron meets Portuguese counterpart Pedro Passos

Post by Guest on 29.04.12 13:46

Ah, a game of hangman to fill in the dashes, my first letter would be M for mystery.. big grin
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Re: Prime Minister David Cameron meets Portuguese counterpart Pedro Passos

Post by Guest on 29.04.12 13:47

candyfloss wrote:Ah, a game of hangman to fill in the dashes, my first letter would be M for mystery.. big grin


ETA I would be surprised though if the case wasn't mentioned.
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Post by Guest on 29.04.12 13:50

candyfloss wrote:Ah, a game of hangman to fill in the dashes, my first letter would be M for mystery.. big grin

onphone you can't say Mystery unless you want to lose your house and go to jail cutthroat
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Re: Prime Minister David Cameron meets Portuguese counterpart Pedro Passos

Post by Cheshire Cat on 29.04.12 14:18

@Tony Bennett wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Coincidence???? Just days before on 18th April, and the Panorama prog, and all those interviews with Andy Redwood. This wasn't reported much was it? If you google it, no papers at all except Guardian.



British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) welcomes the Prime Minister of Portugal Pedro Passos Coelho (R), to 10 Downing Street in London

http://www.demotix.com/news/1163729/prime-minister-david-cameron-meets-portuguese-counterpart-pedro-passos
I think this was mostly about the continuing implosion of the eurozone, and how Portugal might need a bail-out:

http://www.portugaldailyview.com/whats-new/meeting-passos-and-cameron-discuss-european-crisis

Just like the Greeks and the Irish, he probably came with a begging bowl, although to be honest I can't make it out on the above photograph.

One good thing that Gordon Brown did was to develop his famous 'five tests' that would have to be met before we joined the eurozone - those five tests stopped Blair driving us into this destined-to-fail project.

The Madeleine McCann affair cost the Portuguese peopel a huge amount of money and discouraged tourism there. Given that over quarter of a million people read (___ _____ __ ___ ___) and saw the documentary based on it, it wasn't surprising that last week Isabel Duarte, the McCanns' lawyer, conceded that most Portuguese people didn't ______ ___ _______.

I am sure it has damaged tourism. A colleague at work called me "very brave" taking my daughter to Portugal.
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Re: Prime Minister David Cameron meets Portuguese counterpart Pedro Passos

Post by Newintown on 29.04.12 23:39

@Cheshire Cat wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Coincidence???? Just days before on 18th April, and the Panorama prog, and all those interviews with Andy Redwood. This wasn't reported much was it? If you google it, no papers at all except Guardian.



British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) welcomes the Prime Minister of Portugal Pedro Passos Coelho (R), to 10 Downing Street in London

http://www.demotix.com/news/1163729/prime-minister-david-cameron-meets-portuguese-counterpart-pedro-passos
I think this was mostly about the continuing implosion of the eurozone, and how Portugal might need a bail-out:

http://www.portugaldailyview.com/whats-new/meeting-passos-and-cameron-discuss-european-crisis

Just like the Greeks and the Irish, he probably came with a begging bowl, although to be honest I can't make it out on the above photograph.

One good thing that Gordon Brown did was to develop his famous 'five tests' that would have to be met before we joined the eurozone - those five tests stopped Blair driving us into this destined-to-fail project.

The Madeleine McCann affair cost the Portuguese peopel a huge amount of money and discouraged tourism there. Given that over quarter of a million people read (___ _____ __ ___ ___) and saw the documentary based on it, it wasn't surprising that last week Isabel Duarte, the McCanns' lawyer, conceded that most Portuguese people didn't ______ ___ _______.

I am sure it has damaged tourism. A colleague at work called me "very brave" taking my daughter to Portugal.

I hope you told your colleague about the findings of Eddie and Keela if they didn't already know.
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Re: Prime Minister David Cameron meets Portuguese counterpart Pedro Passos

Post by Miraflores on 30.04.12 7:36


I am sure it has damaged tourism. A colleague at work called me "very brave" taking my daughter to Portugal.

I hope you asked him to explain what he meant.
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