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Well. well, well, I did say see you on the other side. I didn’t really think I meant that side - Britain exiting Europe.  It would appear Messrs Farage, Johnson and Gove didn’t either. Nigel claiming foul during the count and giving up after he had been told to bugger off in Brussels. Boris doing a deal with Teresa May to take the reins in 2020 and Gove just being Gove.


On the face of it there appears to be a need for a government of national unity to move everything forward, ideally that should be the people who made no comment before the referendum, but they are a little thin on the ground.  The best I can come up with is a joint-sort of-managing director role for Sir Alex Ferguson and Jeremy Clarkson at the top and you can make your fantasy parliament for the rest of the roles.  I suggest something like this because there is no one with enough personality left, in the lead up to the vote, who hasn’t burnt their bridges.


Mr Blair did suggest over the weekend that "if the will of the people shifts" as details of what Brexit means for the country begin to emerge, then, "Why shouldn't we recognise that?"  When asked on Radio 4's The World This Weekend whether "keeping our options open" meant a second EU referendum, Mr Blair replied: "It means whatever we decide it should mean as we see how this debate develops."  What does that mean?  Another referendum? Growing marches every week in a ‘Britain-spring’ type fashion.  If the will is or does shift then there will be a whole load of leave supporters disenfranchised. There is no answer.  There shouldn’t have been a question Pandora was unhappier where she was in her box.


Hopefully the result won’t precipitate racial and civil disharmony or worse.  Already talk of not using Brits in Europe or Europeans in Britain as pawns in the argument and a sort of amnesty for those already where they are. I wonder whether that will be based on vote day or if loads of new Europeans will be packing their bags to get their foot in the door before it’s bolted shut.


It would appear the governor of the Bank of England may have wanted to assist the pound to fall, Britain has always been good at depreciations of currency to work its way out of a bind. This will make it attractive to abandon your house in France, sell up and get lots of pounds to buy a garage in the UK.  Do you think a lots of leave voters had planned hols in the summer overseas? Surely not, they would all be the people that holiday in good old GB.  If they didn’t pre-buy their currency for their overseas jaunts maybe they will change their will (see Tony Blair comment above, not their last will and testament?)  Could their view have been changed by realising some people had their fingers crossed when they said that all £350m which goes to the EU weekly won’t actually go to the NHS instead?


No one will know how the people feel unless the people get up and do something about it.


I stumbled across this definition for a “carney” it was amusing


TOP DEFINITION    Urban dictionary


A Carney is someone who specializes in tricky business. Usually a cash business without refund. Intention of selling something you don't really need. Who will overlook safety of the Carnival rides in order to make a buck.  A person whose only qualification is to lie, cheat and steal from anyone who will be taken advantage of.  Scum of this earth.  Usually having poor hygiene.  A disrespectful person who has nothing to actually be happy about. A person who has no real friends.

This ferris wheel is fine! We just had it fixed three years ago from another unqualified Carney. We need to make money, who cares about safety. Freak accidents happen! Hahaha!

As Chris Evans has realised that the Clarkson job on Top Gear was a poisoned chalice maybe it could be a good career move for Nigel Farage, his name does rhyme with Garage after all. The Beeb are after all committed to keep making it as they have sold it in gazillions of countries


All the best for the Part of Britain footie team that made it through so far in Euro2016, up the Welsh!

Oh yes and the Scottish british Tennis player


And clearly it was really a point of humour rather than a serious suggestion of giving gongs to assassins, see last flyer.


Plan B is to pop down the Prefecture and start your citizenship application.

Do you find yourself whispering with other expats on the street and in the supermarche so as not to identified as johnny non european?







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I’m just ignoring the elephant in the room who is stomping about and periodically peering over my shoulder.  Instead I’ll tell you about a choir I went to hear in Limoux.  I won’t tell you their name in order not to cramp their style, but you may recognise them from this description.


They were appearing in that lovely old church which is now the Piano Factory and performed short snippets of operetta which seems to be the norm in this region.


They were all ladies of varying ages and abilities and talents.  There was a surprising good and energetic soprano and the choir leader, an experienced musician who had a beautifully strong, powerful voice, I could have just listened to her for an hour.


For some reason they were all dressed in fancy dress or various takes on period costumes and many wearing a variety of hats; a frivolous purple fascinator, a turquoise Santa Claus, a German fraulein and an Edwardian lady (should that be La Belle Époque?) but really you got the feeling that they just wore their favourite costume which they had perhaps made themselves.  And had a bloody good time doing it.


However, the lady at the end of the group of alto sopranos caught my eye, probably the eyes of the rest of the audience as she was close to the edge of the stage, I’ll call her ‘The Lady in Black’.  Her black dress, slightly at odds with the other members as it was a standard evening dress for the fuller figure with long sleeves and a hem at mid-calf.  She along with the majority of the choir, wore a hat.  Some periodically changed their hats for different songs, but she either changed her hat or an accessory at the end of every single song.  From a Toulouse Lautrec hat, straw hat with blue ribbons, a dark blue feather boa, a black trilby, a helmet, a shawl and fan…. her wardrobe, to the side of the stage, was seemingly bottomless.  Each song ended and she self-consciously trundled off returning with a grin and a new piece of couture.


The Lady in Black soon became the focus of our attention, what would she wear next to be in keeping with the lyrics of the song?  She started to grow with confidence at our amusement, winking and smirking at the audience as she came back with yet another hat.  Even her fellow choristers were waiting for her to assume more head-gear before starting the next song.  And on and on, detracting from the music as she kept turning to the audience, now in glittering head band, now in another straw hat with a posy of violets.  Next to last was a block of wood, accompanying, I think ‘Je te le le’, if that means something to someone?  As the last song arrived she was hat-less but as she sang she flicked the hem of her black dress to impress on us that she was still in charge.  I counted that by the end of the performance she had changed her hat (or accessory) seventeen times. 


I know I should have but I didn’t wait for the encore so I missed seeing if she eventually wore a black beret.







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I am English and like many, I was left shocked and reeling by the UK decision to leave the European Union. Embarrassment turned to shame then on to disgust at the way supposedly “uninformed” pensioners had turned their backs on the ‘Club’ that had dragged our country out of the mire forty years ago. Surely, this can’t be allowed to happen?


Then today, the first Monday after the vote I read an article on social media by Dom Beavon that was about to go viral that has lifted my mood to such an extent that I feel compelled to nick his idea. By the time you read this Dom has probably been elevated to national hero status with loads of copycat musings, well here’s mine. I should say at this juncture that these are very much my own views and don't represent those of The Spectrum IFA Group. They are also tongue in cheek.


Yes, we are in the proverbial, but it’s time to stop moaning, pull together as a nation and frankly grow a pair. First off we need a leader, who can unite us and drive us enthusiastically into this new dawn. He or she must have a track record, but without alienating half the country. Sorry, Boris, but it’s not you. We need a statesman, not Coco the Clown. Michael Gove also needs to be told to stop playing truant and get back to school. Jeremy should be left to go encourage his supporters to carry on knitting him jumpers, and not involve himself with the serious business of running the country.


My choice currently resides in Scotland, and captains the other team, but hell is she formidable! We need someone to go wading into Brussels, handbag swinging, taking no prisoners, rather than some weak apologist sent before the headmaster for being a very naughty boy. The UK has made its choice to leave EU, so suck it up Brussels!


We don’t need to grovel to be allowed to remain in the single market, can you imagine just how EU would make us pay? No we need trade agreements, and we need them now! Not in 10 or more years’ time, like us Remainers warned during the campaign. So step up countries of the world, if you want us to buy your goods. Don’t try and take advantage of us, thinking we’re at our most vulnerable. We ain’t, we’re GREAT Britain and don’t you forget it! And that includes you too America and China. Just because we’re a piddling island don’t underestimate us. You might have an army 1000 times bigger than ours, but you’ve got to put them on boats to get them across to us, first.


And for people of the UK, be strong, be resilient, but above all be tolerant of the people of other nations who have chosen to live in your country. They’ve chosen your country because of our nation’s world renowned reputation for liberalism and willingness to welcome in, and integrate with, other races. The world is looking at you, so don’t cock it up, guys.


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Message received via a contact in Spain.

Don’t mourn the EU, organise. Lobby your Members of Parliament and say to them they must vote on whether we are going to press the Article 50 button. Tell them the Leave campaign was based on lies. Keep up the fight   The words of David Lammy MP.

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                From: "David Lammy MP" < <>;>;

                Date: 6 July 2016 at 16:33:38 CEST

                Subject: EU Referendum (Case Ref: ZA19026)



Dear Friend,

In the aftermath of the referendum result I have received hundreds of letters and emails about Brexit. Please forgive me on this occasion for responding with a uniform email, but it would take me weeks to reply to each individual email individually and I want you to be completely clear on my position on what is the most important political issue of our generation as soon as possible.

My position is absolutely clear. On behalf of my constituents, 75% of whom voted to Remain, I will never, ever vote for Brexit. I will continue to stand up for my constituents, as they will be the first to suffer when the post-Brexit recession hits and they will be the first to be hit by an economic downturn. I will not vote for the invoking of Article 50, or any other steps that would begin the process of the UK leaving under the UK, under any circumstances.

It is not too late to stop this and I will continue to make the case for Parliament to act to stop Brexit or for a second referendum on a coherent plan, because at present there is absolutely no semblance of a Brexit plan in place. The referendum was advisory and non-binding, and the UK’s most fundamental constitutional requirement is that our Parliament is sovereign and must therefore approve any Brexit before Article 50 is invoked and before we withdraw from the EU.

On Saturday 25th June I published the following statement ( <>, and I am proud to be the first MP to call on Parliament to stop Brexit:

“Wake up. We do not have to do this. We can stop this madness and bring this nightmare to an end through a vote in Parliament. Our sovereign Parliament needs to now vote on whether we should exit the EU.

The referendum was an advisory, non-binding referendum. The Leave campaign’s platform has already unravelled and some people wish they hadn’t voted to Leave. Parliament now needs to decide whether we should go forward with Brexit, and there should be a vote in Parliament next week. Let us not destroy our economy on the basis of lies and the hubris of Boris Johnson”.

I set out my position in further detail in an article for The Guardian (

“It is clear that the Leave campaigners do not have the slightest semblance of a plan and the promises that the campaign was built on were nothing more than a pack of lies, especially claims about £350m extra cash to spend on public services and the ending of free movement of labour.

The referendum was advisory and non-binding. Almost 500 Members of Parliament declared themselves in favour of Remain, and it is within their powers to stop this madness through a vote in Parliament.

It is also within Parliament's powers to call a second referendum, and we need a second referendum at the very least, on the basis of a plan that is yet to even be drawn up.

The consequences of exiting Brexit are grave. I have a simple message to all those who believe in remaining in Europe. We have to fight for our economic future, for our children's future and for the country that we want to be. Speak out, sign the petition calling for a second referendum and tell your MP to ask for a vote in Parliament”.

On Monday 27th June following the Prime Minister’s statement on the outcome of the EU referendum, I asked him:

The Prime Minister will recognise that some of my constituents are among the poorest in Britain. In these very tough economic times, it is the poorest who will suffer. Does he recognise that young people, poor people and many middle class people who voted for remain want a plan, and that lies behind the call for a second referendum on the detail?

I also sponsored Early Day Motion 243  ( <> calling on the Government to ensure that there will be a second referendum allowing UK citizens to agree or disagree with the terms of the UK-EU exit package before Article 50 is triggered.

On Saturday 2nd July I spoke to a crowd of thousands in Parliament Square at the March for Europe standing for hope, unity solidarity and most of all against hatred and intolerance.

My message was clear: “Don’t mourn the EU, organise. Lobby your Members of Parliament and say to them they must vote on whether we are going to press the Article 50 button. Tell them the Leave campaign was based on lies. Keep up the fight.”

You can read my speech in full here ( <>!March-for-Europe/em4gf/5778c6590cf23a71a160516a), or watch it on YouTube here ( 

I said:

“I am here first and foremost as the son of immigrants. It is my honour and my privilege to represent Tottenham, the most diverse constituency in this country and I am proud.

… And let me say to those that have emailed me or written comments on some of the articles I have written or been part of:

I’m not going anywhere. I was born in this country. This is my home. This is our home. And this will be my children’s home.

We are standing for unity, we are standing for hope, and we are standing against division.

If we look at the campaign, as we think about these Etonians who have got us into this huge mess – an Etonian Mess.

We need to send Ofsted in – that school is failing.

… We need Parliament to take a look at this. Or, let’s put it back to the people in a referendum.

Why is this so crucial? As we stand here, and I say this from my heart representing Tottenham, it is the poorest people in our country who will suffer”.

I look at the racism, hatred and xenophobia that has been unleashed following the Leave victory and I say: not in my name. This is not my country. I do not recognise this Britain as my home. So I hope that you will join with me and stand for unity and hope, against hatred, division, fear and intolerance.

Thank you for writing to me about the aftermath of the EU referendum and Brexit. Rest assured that I will continue to lead the campaign against Brexit and do my utmost to keep Britain in the EU.


David Lammy MP

The Liberal Democrats in Europe have asked me to circulate the attached message.  If I receive a similar message from the other two parties I would also do that.

I have been criticized for circulating the petition indicated in the attached on the grounds that one should accept the democratic view of the people.
Would that the referendum was that democratic. 
All of us who were excluded because we have lived abroad for more than 15 years were excluded. That is perhaps around one million citizens.
The sixteen  to eighteen year olds were excluded. That referendum concerned them far more than me, an octogenarian.

All of these citizens can sign this petition. 
As for the Liberal Democrat Party -- ever since the departure of Nick Clegg that party has been stalwart in giving support for a Votes-for-Life Bill in Parliament.
The Conservatives promised this Bill in the manifesto of the last election.  In spite of various exhortations they have not.  The Labour Party has been silent. Although their International branches support the idea.

Further it must be understood that no Referendum is binding. They are advisory to Parliament, which is supreme in making the law. Parliament has the final say.

A Professor of  European Law has written in connection with the current situation in the following vein …..

“The Human Rights Convention was designed to make it possible to disregard and disapply abominable rules even if they had been enacted by a democratically elected government.  That does not mean it is fair or acceptable to pay no attention to them but it is too facile to say that because a majority of the supposedly competent electors having voted that way it is therefore obligatory and fair to act as that majority feels.” 


Brian Cave
le Fourquet, Gourdon, 46300, France  


-Votes for Britons  -      



Having been alerted to the existence of the petition for a second referendum we duly sent the link on to various friends, one of whom replied with this:


My friend who lives in the Charente tells me that those who put their pre-paid votes in the post boxes have learned that the French postal workers have binned them as they  didn't recognise they were paid.  Those that put them over the counter have gone through after lengthy explanations.  That could have made a difference as it was such a tiny margin. 

Was this a ploy on the part of the UK Government/civil servants in not sending out the correct international pre-paid envelopes????


Taking into account the fact that (I believe) only 72 per cent of registered voters voted and 52 percent voted leave, that means that the UK is acting on the wishes of only 37.5 percent of registered voters.   But I have had another comment from a couple with postal votes:

My return envelope was written in French to say it was prepaid, it was also marked par avion with return address written as Grande Bretagne but his was different so I took both to the post office and paid for his to go by air mail and there was no problem. 

A more amusing point, according to the French magazine L’Obs, the UK is due to take over the presidency of the European Union in July!



In 2013 my partner and I bought a holiday home in Limoux. My sister Viv is married to a German and has lived just outside Frankfurt for nearly 50 years. She wrote commiserating after the referendum vote. Here is part of my reply:

"I cannot say I was surprised by the referendum vote. I should be a natural Europhile. I campaigned "Yes" in the 1975 poll, thought we should join the Euro and have wished the UK would play a more positive role in the EU for years. But I do not believe that the German or French people really want the United States of Europe which the  "ever closer union" forced on them by the political elites, the Merkels and Hollandes, would inevitably bring. The EU is NOT democratic. The EU Parliament has NO power and the Commission (especially Juncker) has too much. Consequently, although I voted to Remain, I was unenthusiastic because of the failure of the EU, and particularly Angela Merkel, to understand, amongst other things, that it is WRONG for people to be able to come to the UK and claim Social Security straight away. WRONG to force their half-baked ideas of "ever closer union" on Germany, France and the other 25. WRONG.

The deal offered was insufficient. We have tried to persuade the EU to reform from inside and we have failed. You cannot continue banging your head against a brick wall while the Merkels and Hollandes do not listen. We will have to suffer the consequences of leaving the Free Trade area, and I am deeply saddened that it is likely that the UK will cease to exist. But England will survive. England will survive."

Almost inevitable that Boris will be the next PM? I think the whole Referendum Campaign has been more about him becoming PM than anything else. His Telegraph article this morning (27th June) implies that we will have to keep paying more or less the same amount into the EU kitty for access to the Single Market, so there will be NO dividend for all those hospitals and goodies he promised. We may be able to restrict "free movement" to those coming to the UK with definite jobs, but the dunderheads who voted "Leave" because they thought all of the Poles, etc. would be sent home, or (at the very least) no more would be allowed in, are going to be sadly disappointed.

What is more, we will no longer have a voice in the setting of the rules. No seat on the EU Council. I accept that there are genuine problems providing enough housing, school places and access to health services in areas of high immigration, but the EU was not stopping the British Government from tackling those issues. The British Government was stopping the British Government from tackling those issues.

Both sides have told lies during the campaign, but Boris is the "Liar that Roared" the most.



What do you call a man who puts the security of thousands of British ex-pats in France at risk?

What do you call a man who jeopardises their future prosperity by causing the devaluation of their currency? 

What do you call a man who destroys the unity of the United Kingdom?

What do you call a man who puts his own ambition before all of these?


never ceases to amaze me how the British know so much more about what is "better" for the U. S. than we do.  Keep bashing Trump, folk!  You're doing so much better with your own country with the football rioters, "non-guns" killing people, and trying to foist your socialist philosophy (which has worked SO well for you) on the U. S.  Go ahead.  Next big one, we won't be there to help bail you out because we'll be jus t like you if the Democrat/socialist/communists have there way.  Oh...and Hillary has proven so terribly honest and reputable.  Why don't YOU take her, if you love her that much.  PLEASE take her!!



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Property for sale - land, houses, businesses

50 €

up to 8 images and 500 words, plus contact details - your own property web page linked to the "Property Page" section of the Flyer for 13 editions

Large Display Advert - Corporate


Finished artwork to be 756 pixels by 200 pixels landscape or 378 pixels by 400 pixels portrait

Standard Display Advert - Corporate


Finished artwork to be 378 pixels by 200 pixels landscape

Large Display Advert - Small Companies and Sole Traders (at my discretion)


Finished artwork to be 756 pixels by 200 pixels landscape or 378 pixels by 400 pixels portrait

Standard Display Advert - Small Companies and Sole Traders (at my discretion)

25 €

Finished artwork to be 378 pixels by 200 pixels landscape

What's on feature advert

35 €

Finished artwork to be 378 pixels by 515 pixels portrait

information about advertising rates and specifications.
informations sur les tarifs publicitaires et specifications.
Send details to of your advert to Steve Hedges.
Please note all text (unless in a finished advert) should be Plain Text,

Finished adverts should be submitted in jpeg format 378 pixels wide

Email your text, pictures and contact information to