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    Re: Washing Machine Repair

    Very good.:hehe:
  2. Thread: Tom Watson.

    by Veg1960
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    Re: Tom Watson.

    Like you, I would say I'm a natural Labour voter.

    I thought the manifesto at the last election was the most progressive I have seen in my adult life.

    That said, I probably won't be voting for...
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    Re: Operation Yellowhammer

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1177175/Brexit-news-Nicola-Sturgeon-FMQs-SNP-Boris-Johnson-yellowhammer-no-deal-leave-EU

    You would imagine that with all the practice he's had, Boris would be...
  4. Thread: Them v Us?

    by Veg1960
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    Re: Them v Us?

    Clip deserves a post of it's own really


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCWaUnIBq90
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    Re: JUst a thought on legality!

    Is The Queen not immune from prosecution? (I'm not a lawyer!)
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    Re: Operation Yellowhammer

    Sky news are reporting that it is titled worse case scenario, and not titled base scenario (which it appears to have been titled previously)

    I guess people will see what they want to see (and I...
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    Re: Political vocabulary

    Mogglodytes
  8. Re: Johnson, I know I'm biased, but..................................

    That thought had occurred to me TBH:hehe:
  9. Re: Johnson, I know I'm biased, but..................................

    Lord knows what's going on with Ireland. On one hand he seems relaxed about throwing Ireland under the bus, on the other the DUP seemed quite relaxed after their meeting with him yesterday.
  10. Re: Johnson, I know I'm biased, but..................................

    It seems all 3 cases are expected to be heard together at the Supreme Court next week.
    ...
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    Re: Another mass shooting

    Would like to wish you all the best in your recovery, and while the test results are mixed it has to be great news that the effects of your stroke are no longer apparent. All the best for the future....
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    Re: Mays Withdrawal Deal Is Back

    To the untrained eye this may look like a bumbling oaf making a fool of himself, but it is actually Cummings playing 4D chess.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=55&v=kuJHmBW_bgU
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    Re: Mays Withdrawal Deal Is Back

    It does look as if it only passed due to chicanery on the government's part
  14. Re: Johnson, I know I'm biased, but..................................

    Alas I am!
  15. Re: Johnson, I know I'm biased, but..................................

    Apologies for any offence caused, the comment was aimed at the Tory party membership who seemed to really enjoy Johnson's confrontational style and voted for him in great numbers.

    How this...
  16. Re: Johnson, I know I'm biased, but..................................

    I think that they have decided that the way to win the next election is to avoid splitting their vote with the Brexit party at all costs.

    Using words like surrender and collaborator may play well...
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    Re: Johnson seeks to prorogue Parliament.

    Cummings and Johnson successfully lied their way through the referendum, so you can't really blame them for trying the same thing again.

    I have no idea what's going to happen next but it is nice...
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    Re: Johnson seeks to prorogue Parliament.

    I liked Bebb too - For a Tory!

    The Aberconwy MP, who is also quitting at the next election, says a vote against no deal is "truer to Conservative tradition than anyone who traipses through the...
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    Re: Johnson seeks to prorogue Parliament.

    Kicking out people like Rory Stewart and Sam Gyimah and putting their trust in people like Mogg and Francois. I feel a bit sad and I'm a leftie
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    Re: Bags of stale hot air

    Really?

    I thought that was great entertainment.
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    Re: Johnson seeks to prorogue Parliament.

    Is Johnson really going to sack Churchill's grandson?
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    Re: Johnson seeks to prorogue Parliament.

    Boris has stated that he won't request an extension from the EU under any circumstances.

    Maybe the opposition should attempt to pass the "block no deal legislation", deny him the election he will...
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    Re: Johnson seeks to prorogue Parliament.

    I'm not so sure Eric. It seems certain that there will be an election in the not too distant future, and the only way I can see the Tories avoiding a kicking by the Brexit party is by making a really...
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    Re: Pound surgng. No little footballer puns.

    The really horrible thing is that some of these people will have been conned into voting for the loss of their own jobs.

    On the other hand you have to wonder about the 28% in your poll that still...
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    Re: Ian Holloway and Brexit and VAR

    An alternative view

    https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/peter-reid-brexit-boris-johnson-16783529?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=sharebar
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