Transblawg picks up a Telegraph story about rich Danish convicts paying other people to go to prison for them. This principle is more generally applicable. For example, the British could easily afford to purchase Portugal, move there, and pay the Portuguese to live in Hull and Hackney. And, if we gave them a bit extra, they might even be prepared to read the Telegraph for us.
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Send me the subsidies.
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No, wait, I have looked out of the window and it is just the British having a few drinks. But the news
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“I think the sherry trade could learn a lot from their cousins in Portugal. But of course that’s only if the
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Via après moi, le déluge, the online collection of the Portuguese National Library, with yet another interface to learn. (Why don’t
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I fear a British employment tribunal is about to give undue weight to an exceptionally everyday Portuguese curse. But José “translator”