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Re: UK Politics - Generation Tory
« Reply #851 on: Thursday 13 February 2020, 03:30:20 PM »
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Absolute arseholes

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« Reply #852 on: Thursday 13 February 2020, 03:58:47 PM »
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Absolute arseholes

Makes me angry reading this.

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« Reply #853 on: Thursday 13 February 2020, 04:14:14 PM »
Whatever Disco says about "voters", I don't believe people want a system like that. They just choose to ignore stuff like this because it's too hard to deal with, or they don't read about it at all.

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« Reply #854 on: Thursday 13 February 2020, 04:58:53 PM »
Whatever Disco says about "voters", I don't believe people want a system like that. They just choose to ignore stuff like this because it's too hard to deal with, or they don't read about it at all.
They dont want a system like that but as they see it, those are rare cases, the majority are wasters swinging the lead so it's sad that the few genuine cases get caught up on it.......hey ho, providing it doesnt affect or cost me.

To be fair for those at work in the 70s swinging the lead was a national sport and we were fecking world champs.
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Rather, bullshitters seek to convey a certain impression of themselves without being concerned about whether anything at all is true. They quietly change the rules governing their end of the conversation so that claims about truth and falsity are irrelevant.

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« Reply #855 on: Thursday 13 February 2020, 06:53:55 PM »
Suspicious funding for the PMs £15,000 recent holiday. Will it bother any of his supporters? Not a chance.

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« Reply #856 on: Thursday 13 February 2020, 07:00:35 PM »
Whatever Disco says about "voters", I don't believe people want a system like that. They just choose to ignore stuff like this because it's too hard to deal with, or they don't read about it at all.
They dont want a system like that but as they see it, those are rare cases, the majority are wasters swinging the lead so it's sad that the few genuine cases get caught up on it.......hey ho, providing it doesnt affect or cost me.

To be fair for those at work in the 70s swinging the lead was a national sport and we were fecking world champs.

:thup: they choose to ignore but when it boils down to it they don’t really care and well, get a job and earn some money if you don’t want to be treated like muck.

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« Reply #857 on: Thursday 13 February 2020, 09:48:20 PM »
Mate of mine posted the clip of Corbyn asking Johnson if he should be deported for doing cocaine on FB

First comment: this was in the past

 :whistle:

:lol: That's how time works IIRC.

Whoooosh

Oh I wasn't attacking you :lol: just exasperated at the ludicrous s**** people say to justify Boris, and how it mirrors Trumpworld more and more.

:thup:
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Offline Thomson Mouse

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« Reply #858 on: Thursday 13 February 2020, 10:46:49 PM »
f***. Me.

Just realised who the new chancellor is :lol:

Not surprised he’s got Doms approval.

Ex-Deutsche bank, dealt in derivatives that contributed to the crash, goes on politicslive etc blaming Labour for the crash and repeating Doms slogans.

The people will love him.

Massively punchable face though.
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« Reply #859 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 12:11:56 AM »
Javid did the exact same to be fair, right down to working at Deutsche I'm sure. :lol:

He just didn't want to sack his pals.
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Offline Thomson Mouse

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« Reply #860 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 01:37:10 AM »
Javid did the exact same to be fair, right down to working at Deutsche I'm sure. :lol:

He just didn't want to sack his pals.

Some tiny grain of decency or more than likely they’ve got something on him
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« Reply #861 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 04:17:22 AM »
It's a consolidation of power in Number 10.  Reckon the days of the all-powerful Treasury checking the Prime Ministers office are over.
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Offline kingkerouac

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« Reply #862 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 07:33:15 AM »
It's a consolidation of power in Number 10.  Reckon the days of the all-powerful Treasury checking the Prime Ministers office are over.

Is it as simple as Bonald's pockets have made promises to his 'Red Wall' voters that the treasury can't afford?
Can you say 'Magic Money Tree'?

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« Reply #863 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 10:23:04 AM »
Bishop Auckland MP been knocking about with neo-nazis.

Might put her in-line for a Jakey Mogg style rise to prominence.


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« Reply #865 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 11:51:31 AM »
Suella f***ing Braverman as attorney general.... Jesus wept. :buck2:
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« Reply #866 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 11:54:24 AM »
It's a consolidation of power in Number 10.  Reckon the days of the all-powerful Treasury checking the Prime Ministers office are over.
Gan radge on Boris Bridges now.
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« Reply #867 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 01:01:38 PM »
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Offline Thomson Mouse

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« Reply #868 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 03:59:33 PM »
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It wasn’t even an argument. Just a few answers to some simple questions.
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Offline Thomson Mouse

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« Reply #869 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 04:04:00 PM »
Know this is from popbitch but just the very thought of it  :lol:

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It's reshuffle day in Parliament, so government ministers are all on tenterhooks wondering if they're going to be turfed out of their offices and installed somewhere else.

One man who's always ready at a moment's notice to pick up his chair and switch offices is the current Health Secretary, Matt Hancock. That's because, while everyone else in the department is happy to use standard office furniture, Matt has his own special chair that he likes to use instead.

A movie director's one, with the word "HANCOCK" written across the back of it.
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« Reply #870 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 05:48:06 PM »
Know this is from popbitch but just the very thought of it  :lol:

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It's reshuffle day in Parliament, so government ministers are all on tenterhooks wondering if they're going to be turfed out of their offices and installed somewhere else.

One man who's always ready at a moment's notice to pick up his chair and switch offices is the current Health Secretary, Matt Hancock. That's because, while everyone else in the department is happy to use standard office furniture, Matt has his own special chair that he likes to use instead.

A movie director's one, with the word "HANCOCK" written across the back of it.

Weird thing to get agitated by.

Offline Stottie

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« Reply #871 on: Friday 14 February 2020, 11:48:37 PM »
Depends if he bought it himself out of vanity. That portrait Brendan Rodgers got slated for was him honouring a gift.

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« Reply #872 on: Saturday 15 February 2020, 02:46:16 AM »
Know this is from popbitch but just the very thought of it  :lol:

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It's reshuffle day in Parliament, so government ministers are all on tenterhooks wondering if they're going to be turfed out of their offices and installed somewhere else.

One man who's always ready at a moment's notice to pick up his chair and switch offices is the current Health Secretary, Matt Hancock. That's because, while everyone else in the department is happy to use standard office furniture, Matt has his own special chair that he likes to use instead.

A movie director's one, with the word "HANCOCK" written across the back of it.

Weird thing to get agitated by.

I’m not agitated, I think it’s funny and if true, a sad indictment of the man.

Depends if he bought it himself out of vanity. That portrait Brendan Rodgers got slated for was him honouring a gift.

Nah, you could it somewhere else because you’d look a right t*** sitting in that.

Brendan Rogers chose to put that portrait up so you could see it when you walked in the front door. Personally I’d have put it in the office (or in the garage with a sheet over it)
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« Reply #873 on: Saturday 15 February 2020, 11:07:14 PM »
Labour have signed a pledge to state that trans-women are women and that there is no distinction between trans rights and women's rights.

That sounds a bit crazy. Surely you'd want to keep those extra rights that men get.


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« Reply #874 on: Saturday 15 February 2020, 11:10:11 PM »
Whats everyones thoughts on mixed toilets ?