F1 » Labour MP urges FIA to rethink Bahrain

Richard Burden: ...F1 can't turn the clock back but, with three weeks to go before the race, it can still rethink. It should do so.

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TheTruth - Unregistered

April 06, 2012 9:54 PM

Ummm we invented the language and color has a u in it and initialise doesn't have a z. And a trunk is something an elephant uses to snort narcotics, not somewhere you put your shopping :rolleyes: septics


April 06, 2012 11:57 PM

Fred, I'm often accused of being an intellectual snob, I blame people like you....

For anyone unsure of Mr Burden MP do a bit of Googling and ask yourself are you at all surprised that Mr Militant is taking this stance?

fred - Unregistered

April 07, 2012 12:53 AM

Tiapan no I'm not surprized at all and I agree with Mr Richard Burden entirely however Crash is a forum not a F1 fan poll and what anyone says here will make absolutely no difference at all.

I really thought that the Labour spelling was incorrect because the Australian Labor Party uses the LABOR spelling.

I found from Google - "There is no difference between labor and labour. Labor is the preferred spelling in American English, and labour is preferred everywhere else. One exception: In Australia, the American spelling is used in reference to the Australian Labor Party. But in all other contexts, Australians use labour. This idiosyncrasy results from the influence of the American labor movement on the founders of the Australian Labor Party. The British Labour Party has the u."

oldbiker - Unregistered

April 07, 2012 8:41 AM
Last Edited 1403 days ago

Please lets not detract from the point of the article by pointless posts about spelling. As an Englishman I've travelled a lot in the USA and it is a fantastic country, even if some of the inhabitants (especially in the deep south) are a little weird.

While I accept that this is just some weary politician jumping on the bandwagon, the central point is correct. At this time, a GP in Bahrain would be simply wrong.

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