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    Glorious:...

    Glorious: https://open.spotify.com/track/33lyTbqQzzmd6AJB30tDgL?si=0jjUfJNzTY-W0yfoBrS-Gg
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    The EU will just ignore the other letters, and...

    The EU will just ignore the other letters, and consider the first to be a legitimate extension request.

    The rest is theatre
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    Good summary here...

    Good summary here https://www.politics.co.uk/blogs/2019/10/19/johnson-defeated-it-s-now-a-guerilla-war-to-stop-his-brexit

    And Ian Dunts twitter thread today was also epic.
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    No, we can't have the liquidator back.

    No, we can't have the liquidator back.
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    Yeah, but if they dropped the points criteria...

    Yeah, but if they dropped the points criteria you'd get the so called superfans whinging.
  6. Thread: Jeremy Corbyn

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    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/lab...

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/labour-party-bankruptcy-antisemitism-investigation-corbyn-executive-a9153561.html
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    He always manages to be elsewhere.

    He always manages to be elsewhere.
  8. Thread: Jeremy Corbyn

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    The reason the sky didn't fall in is that...

    The reason the sky didn't fall in is that interest rates are at historic lows, and the economy is in reasonable shape.

    Post Brexit, neither of those things may hold true.
  9. Thread: Jeremy Corbyn

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    If the Tories or Labour came up with a sensible...

    If the Tories or Labour came up with a sensible alternative then fine. But they haven't, so lets bin it.

    Sadly both Johnson and Corbyn lack the balls to say that what was wanted is not deliverable
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    ...Nathan Blake...

    ...Nathan Blake...
  11. Thread: Jeremy Corbyn

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    His latest totally amazing and wont in any way...

    His latest totally amazing and wont in any way backfire plan is to allow football fans to sack the owners.

    Firstly, not even sure how an owner can be sacked, secondly it assumes that the day to...
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    Absolute scenes.

    Absolute scenes.
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    This.

    This.
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    FT 1-0

    FT 1-0
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    YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS BOLY!

    YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS BOLY!
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    The concern over why JC simply must be PM, is for...

    The concern over why JC simply must be PM, is for me, about the prerogative powers a PM has.

    Can we trust Milne and Mccluskey not to whisper in his ear?

    How hard would d it be to persuade a...
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    In that scenario Corbyn isn't the concern. Its...

    In that scenario Corbyn isn't the concern. Its Milne and Mccluskey that are the risk.

    A weak leader with significant prerogative powers, controlled by those two?

    No thanks.
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    The Tories won't let JC fight a GE from a...

    The Tories won't let JC fight a GE from a position of incumbency.

    Any plan that is based on Tories not acting like Tories is doomed to fail.

    Why is it so vital that a temp PM is Corbyn?
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    We really need a bigger ground. As a none STH I...

    We really need a bigger ground. As a none STH I was hoping to go to that. But now theres a vicious circle where you cant buy tickets without significant points, and without points you cant buy...
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    SO he's lied to the queen, he assaults women, and...

    SO he's lied to the queen, he assaults women, and he gives taxpayers money to women he has affairs with. Seems like a perfect PM for Brexit Britain. FFS
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    So if wind power can be generated at 39.65 per...

    So if wind power can be generated at 39.65 per MWh, why did we guarantee a strike price of 92.50 per MWh for Hinkley Point C ?
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    200m would only cover temporary liquidity. TC...

    200m would only cover temporary liquidity. TC were in a massive fucking hole, and were beyond saving.

    https://twitter.com/Frances_Coppola/status/1175915321582075904
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    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2019-09-19...

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2019-09-19/solar-and-wind-power-so-cheap-they-re-outgrowing-subsidies?utm_content=business&cmpid=socialflow-twitter-business&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=soci...
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    I preordered a Google Stadia....

    I preordered a Google Stadia....
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    If leaving the EU was the goal, why was May's...

    If leaving the EU was the goal, why was May's deal unacceptable?
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