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    Begs the question whether the FB knew the place was a deathtrap or not so in actual fact the Mogster needs to keep it shut ... stick to Brexit dear boy.

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    I don't think they did,if you look at the videos on YouTube from the fire engines on the way there,firefighters are gobsmacked on how bad the fire is,and how they are going to cope
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keef View Post
    I don't think they did,if you look at the videos on YouTube from the fire engines on the way there,firefighters are gobsmacked on how bad the fire is,and how they are going to cope
    There's not going to be some op briefing them that the place is built with fucked up material and they are attending a roman candle. Not sure that's changed since ..

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    Andrew Bridgen doing a fantastic job of making things much worse for Moggy
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    Wow, how many lies can he tell in one short speech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniffer Grouse View Post
    Wow, how many lies can he tell in one short speech.
    Q; How do you know he's lying??

    A; His lips are moving
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    This from the BBC

    This morning on the programme we incorrectly used footage from a Remembrance Day service that was not filmed yesterday.

    This was a production mistake and we apologise for the error.
    Wasn't sure what they were going on about but Twitter soon helped. The above is bollocks by the way.

    Yesterday Boris made a couple of gaffs but the BBC got rid of those and spliced in a video from 2016. Production error my arse, it was a clip put together. Should get Darlo going in full on his BBC right wing agenda...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    This from the BBC



    Wasn't sure what they were going on about but Twitter soon helped. The above is bollocks by the way.

    Yesterday Boris made a couple of gaffs but the BBC got rid of those and spliced in a video from 2016. Production error my arse, it was a clip put together. Should get Darlo going in full on his BBC right wing agenda...
    Who? ME?? Don't know what you mean...

    If I did Johnny would only defend them

    Besides, it was an easy mistake for them to make as he's wearing a different coloured coat, carrying a different wreath and is stood in a completely different spot but hey, them program editors, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by darlowolf64 View Post
    Who? ME?? Don't know what you mean...

    If I did Johnny would only defend them

    Besides, it was an easy mistake for them to make as he's wearing a different coloured coat, carrying a different wreath and is stood in a completely different spot but hey, them program editors, eh?
    It's almost as if they do that type of thing deliberately isn't it?
    It does make them look like they're right leaning doesn't it?
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    G'wan Lady Hale (again!)
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    Remember though, appalling people like Raab, Truss and Patel actively want to repeal the HRA once we're out of the EU. And somehow they're in the Cabinet despite having the combined IQ of a pork pie.

    Keep these wankers out of government, please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Remember though, appalling people like Raab, Truss and Patel actively want to repeal the HRA once we're out of the EU. And somehow they're in the Cabinet despite having the combined IQ of a pork pie.

    Keep these wankers out of government, please.
    I am all for that.

    Who should replace them? It cannot be Corbyn surely?
    Carole Baskin is to blame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Remember though, appalling people like Raab, Truss and Patel actively want to repeal the HRA once we're out of the EU. And somehow they're in the Cabinet despite having the combined IQ of a pork pie.

    Keep these wankers out of government, please.
    So what is fundamentally different in the proposed Bill of Rights in comparison to the HRA?

    I'm not entirely sure the ECHR can be advocated as the bastion of justice.

    "THE ineffectiveness of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has been exposed after it was revealed it has failed to implement nearly 10,000 rulings."

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/world...rbjorn-Jagland

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    I am all for that.

    Who should replace them? It cannot be Corbyn surely?
    Yes please. Leaders come and go and he"ll be gone sooner rather than later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papper View Post
    So what is fundamentally different in the proposed Bill of Rights in comparison to the HRA?

    I'm not entirely sure the ECHR can be advocated as the bastion of justice.

    "THE ineffectiveness of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has been exposed after it was revealed it has failed to implement nearly 10,000 rulings."

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/world...rbjorn-Jagland
    Taking the fucking Express as your source might be just a tiny bit fucking bollocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Saturday Boy View Post
    Yes please. Leaders come and go and he"ll be gone sooner rather than later.
    I think that's the way I am heading. But in south Cambs I would welcome advice about the best tactical vote. I will vote labour if they have a chance of winning the seat. I may stick with Heidi. If labour get in and there is a second referendum I can then look at the choices. Then vote leave or remain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyber-_-man View Post
    I think that's the way I am heading. But in south Cambs I would welcome advice about the best tactical vote. I will vote labour if they have a chance of winning the seat. I may stick with Heidi. If labour get in and there is a second referendum I can then look at the choices. Then vote leave or remain.
    The one guarantee I can give is you won't vote for Heidi Allen

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    He can scribble her name on his voting slip I guess

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    It’s taken me some time to conclude that there should be a second referendum. I have always held the opinion that Parliament was responsible for the EU referendum and Parliament should have been responsible for acting on it. The only withdrawal agreement that should ever have been put through Parliament was one that could secure a majority and not one that tried to protect the vested interests of the Conservative Party. Theresa May should have called an election months ago when it became clear she had no mandate but again the vested interests of the Conservative Party kicked in.

    The only vote worth anything in this election if you want to remain in the EU is any vote that keeps the Tories out. There is no benefit in voting Lib Dem or Green in a Lab/Con marginal. If you want to leave the EU then the only vote worth anything is for the Tories. In Lib Dem/Tory marginals Labour remain voters should be voting for Lib Dems. It is as binary as that.

    Labour are not going to win a majority, their manifesto is aspirational because no coalition of parties will back it. A minority Labour government might be able to negotiate the close relationship type deal that the EU want and put it to a referendum but that is probably as far as they could go in government. There will be no nationalisation programme, no free broadband, maybe some additional investment in health and education but no radical programme of government. And such a coalition won’t last.

    The aim for anyone who wants to remain in the EU is to prevent a Tory majority and the consequence of that is Corbyn as Prime Minster. Everything else, all the spending commitments and manifesto pledges are just noise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Towner View Post
    The one guarantee I can give is you won't vote for Heidi Allen
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    It’s taken me some time to conclude that there should be a second referendum. I have always held the opinion that Parliament was responsible for the EU referendum and Parliament should have been responsible for acting on it. The only withdrawal agreement that should ever have been put through Parliament was one that could secure a majority and not one that tried to protect the vested interests of the Conservative Party. Theresa May should have called an election months ago when it became clear she had no mandate but again the vested interests of the Conservative Party kicked in.

    The only vote worth anything in this election if you want to remain in the EU is any vote that keeps the Tories out. There is no benefit in voting Lib Dem or Green in a Lab/Con marginal. If you want to leave the EU then the only vote worth anything is for the Tories. In Lib Dem/Tory marginals Labour remain voters should be voting for Lib Dems. It is as binary as that.

    Labour are not going to win a majority, their manifesto is aspirational because no coalition of parties will back it. A minority Labour government might be able to negotiate the close relationship type deal that the EU want and put it to a referendum but that is probably as far as they could go in government. There will be no nationalisation programme, no free broadband, maybe some additional investment in health and education but no radical programme of government. And such a coalition won’t last.

    The aim for anyone who wants to remain in the EU is to prevent a Tory majority and the consequence of that is Corbyn as Prime Minster. Everything else, all the spending commitments and manifesto pledges are just noise.
    This area is blue. Completely blue. A labour vote is lost. Heidi has been fine as an mp if a little politically naive. I have to ask myself is brexit worth Boris and the one Percenter's? The answer is no. No matter how strongly I wanted to leave in 2016 can it justify the leach to the right that it would entail. Brexit may be the burning issue but stopping this self serving bunch and providing them with a bloody nose is probably more important.

    Thank you for the advice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Taking the fucking Express as your source might be just a tiny bit fucking bollocks.
    The information is factual so I could have cited it from various places. The ECHR is failing -

    " Mr Muižnieks said: “Our work is based on cooperation and good faith. When you don’t have that, it’s very difficult to have an impact. We kind of lack the tools to help countries that don’t want to be helped.” "Some experts see the court’s authority and standing as slowly crumbling away as countries continue to defy its rulings."


    What is the 'catch' of having a UK Bill of Rights or does everything on this planet have to be centralised to be valid / take effect? If our liberties and rights (equality etc) are entwined in UK law and there is a mechanism to change or repeal law and vote governments out then what is the problem? I know May had a hissy because she couldn't deport Qatada but why shouldn't he have been deported earlier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyber-_-man View Post
    This area is blue. Completely blue. A labour vote is lost. Heidi has been fine as an mp if a little politically naive. I have to ask myself is brexit worth Boris and the one Percenter's? The answer is no. No matter how strongly I wanted to leave in 2016 can it justify the leach to the right that it would entail. Brexit may be the burning issue but stopping this self serving bunch and providing them with a bloody nose is probably more important.

    Thank you for the advice.
    Voting Johnson is a price worth paying to Brexit because the buck then stops at Westminster. They are wholly accountable. Do you seriously think any party in this election is going to have a drastic enlightening short term effect on your life? I read most of it and it's hilarious - no wonder people have given up on Westminster. The EU serves corporations not people.

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    That was a Brexit Party Political Broadcast.

    Thanks Papper, good to know you've confirmed everything I know about the Brexit Party followers is true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyber-_-man View Post
    This area is blue. Completely blue. A labour vote is lost. Heidi has been fine as an mp if a little politically naive.
    She's not standing Cyber

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Saturday Boy View Post
    It’s taken me some time to conclude that there should be a second referendum. I have always held the opinion that Parliament was responsible for the EU referendum and Parliament should have been responsible for acting on it. The only withdrawal agreement that should ever have been put through Parliament was one that could secure a majority and not one that tried to protect the vested interests of the Conservative Party. Theresa May should have called an election months ago when it became clear she had no mandate but again the vested interests of the Conservative Party kicked in.
    We had a second referendum earlier this year and Brexit were returned heavily. If treated as a single issue ( The Labour Party weren't sure whether they were IN or OUT) then the result of the original referendum was rubber stamped quite emphatically. Westminster did not reflect the population, As Cox said ' This Parliament is dead '. It was remain while the majority of the electorate were leave. May's Treaty was not Brexit and NO Deal was a ridiculous course but I suppose all comes to down to that old chestnut of ' Did we know what we were voting for ' ie more subjectivity in order to overturn the vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny75 View Post
    That was a Brexit Party Political Broadcast.

    Thanks Papper, good to know you've confirmed everything I know about the Brexit Party followers is true.
    Don't tell me I think can guess - Leavers are cunts, vagabonds, racists, xenophobes, retarded, bigoted .....

    Hey that's fine Johnny. No, seriously ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papper View Post
    Don't tell me I think can guess - Leavers are cunts, racists, xenophobes, bigoted ..
    Nope, just Brexit Party members in my experience.

    I have edited your response as the word 'retards' can cause offence. Again this says a lot about you as a person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papper View Post
    We had a second referendum earlier this year and Brexit were returned heavily. If treated as a single issue ( The Labour Party weren't sure whether they were IN or OUT) then the result of the original referendum was rubber stamped quite emphatically. Westminster did not reflect the population, As Cox said ' This Parliament is dead '. It was remain while the majority of the electorate were leave. May's Treaty was not Brexit and NO Deal was a ridiculous course but I suppose all comes to down to that old chestnut of ' Did we know what we were voting for ' ie more subjectivity in order to overturn the vote.
    We had a second referendum? Was it held in your house just for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papper View Post
    We had a second referendum earlier this year and Brexit were returned heavily. If treated as a single issue ( The Labour Party weren't sure whether they were IN or OUT) then the result of the original referendum was rubber stamped quite emphatically. Westminster did not reflect the population, As Cox said ' This Parliament is dead '. It was remain while the majority of the electorate were leave. May's Treaty was not Brexit and NO Deal was a ridiculous course but I suppose all comes to down to that old chestnut of ' Did we know what we were voting for ' ie more subjectivity in order to overturn the vote.
    Trying to claim legitimacy on an election which had a 37% turnout is a stretch to say the least

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