Posted: 20/04/2016 at 07:57
I agree, if it's twining then it's either one of the bindweeds or a rampant honeysuckle or similar.
Whichever it is you want it got rid of - I prefer not to use chemicals if I can help it, but I believe that they do have their place when in extremis, and this sounds like it.
We took over a garden with rampant bindweed and used glyphosate several times over that summer which totally eradicated it. After that we just had to watch out for it spreading in from surrounding gardens, and zap it with a quick spray.
The trick with glyphosate is to leave the plants to die for at least a fortnight after spraying until they are withered and brown. That means that the chemical has got back to the roots and killed them too. If you pull the topgrowth too soon you'll leave living roots behind and they'll grow all over again!
P.S. To post a picture click on the green tree icon on the toolbar above where you type your post. Or you can put the pics on a photo-hosting site and post a link.
There are improvements afoot to make the site easier for such things - not long to go now