Off by 70 years, if you are referring to the Catholic-Protestant conflict of the 17th century, usually known as the 30 Years' War
Sorry, this belongs below, in response to the comment about the result being the majority of English voters. Scotland, Northern Ireland and London voted firmly to remain.
Not even that - a narrow majority of the votes cast, which on a 70% turnout approximates to 36% of the electorate. There is (or soon will be) a 40% threshold for strikes in health, education and transport to be valid. So a level of support that cannot even validate a one-day strike by, say, teachers, is sufficient to jeopardise Britain's prosperity, territorial integrity and foreign relations?
Actually, in the EU the main decisions are taken by the Council of Ministers, composed of (elected) government representatives from each of the member states. The commission is simply a civil service that implements the decisions.
Cooling in machine rooms might have had something to do with it. Try wearing a Sixties-style sleeveless dress in a computer room or data hall today
Probably never, since they have diplomatic immunity. At best they could PNG them.
Ah, Winnersh. If it's always summer in California, it is always February on Winnersh Triangle station
That was his point- at least, in the talk at IP Expo; it hasn't made it so well to the article. The goal is to make effective malware harder and more expensive to write
Yes, you're wrong. The Arabs are supposed to be descended from Ishmael. It was the Edomites who were descended from Esau.
Murdoch doesn't own the Daily Mail. Yet.
this is not the first protest of its kind they have executed. On previous occasions, when emergency services needed access, they cleared the road in seconds. Those cabs are much more manoeuvrable than they look.
Ground coffee goes stale in minutes. Good hand coffee grinders are available quite cheaply.
As for the mess, try an Aeropress. Very quick and easy to clean up.
More likely the (Spanish) EU commission president would look very unfavourably on Scottish membership, considering the boost that would give to the independence ambitions of Catalunya and the Basque country. And would it stop there? What about Sicily, Lombardy, Bavaria...? That's the thinking behind the reluctance to see the UK divided within the EU.
Possessions increase to fill the space available for their storage. -- Ryan