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Old 4th Jul 2019, 09:07
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Itís odd you would take such issue to ďreportsĒ of such behaviour by ordinary members when confirmed cases by senior officials within Labour are brushed aside.

Many from all sides of the political divide, and indeed many Muslims, feel full-face veils run contrary to our societal norms. No contender is proposing a ban but pointing this out is not Islamophobic.
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Old 4th Jul 2019, 09:15
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Ok I did have a bit of a rant yesterday but for someone to claim the UK media is left wing is completely absurd and entirely false.

As indeed is Boris with his another day another promise-the man has lied and changed his mind all his life and yet guess what all the pro Tory press splash it all over the headlines.

So if I upset anyone yesterday i am sorry but to me, and a great many others , it looks like the country is literally committing suicide -by that i mean the UK and I do get upset when outright lies and falsehoods go unchallenged when the future of our children and grandchildren is put at risk and that abuse about stayers and anyone left of Ken Clarke seems to be perfectly acceptable. 20,000 police costs money we dont have but of course could be useful to an embattled PM with a fair bit of unrest on his hands.
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Old 4th Jul 2019, 09:22
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In any society where criminals wear face coverings and hoodies in order to avoid recognition, it is small wonder that any garments that cover the face are criticised.
In all societies women feel the need to keep certain parts of their bodies covered, for example breasts etc. and if they wish to do so then it is their right, however to cover their bodies at the demands of their menfolk reeks of ownership issues and oppression.
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Corbynís re-nationalisation plans will cost at least 100 times what Borisís coppers will and the media, left or right wing havenít called him out so far.
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Old 4th Jul 2019, 09:27
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20,000 police costs money we dont have but of course could be useful to an embattled PM with a fair bit of unrest on his hands.
To find out how much, ask Diane Abbott!!
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I saw this, and thought of KnC...😂

16 things all Guardian readers own...

. 1. Political cartoon toilet books about how terrible the Tories are

2. Grudgingly-used pasta maker

3. Framed poster from art exhibition abroad that you actually, physically visited

4. Photography book with cocks in

5. So many canvas tote bags that itís actually environmentally catastrophic and plastic would be better

6. Box set of The West Wing, watched to death

7. Three children to prove you can afford it

8. Two cars, complete with scrutiny-proof excuses about the terrible state of public transport in this area

9. Handcarved Kenyan wooden stool thatís not actually comfortable to sit on so is piled with magazines

10. Cabinet of artisanal small-batch flavoured gins, ignored in favour of necking a litre of Bombay Sapphire every weekend

11. Vinyl collection only embarked on because everyone else was

12. Ukelele, obviously

13. Storage unit full of all the stuff you got rid of to be minimalist like one of the homes in the Weekend magazine, then you got new stuff

14. Moleskine notebook containing unused outline for autobiographical novel, unused outline for travel book, unused outline for parody Twitter account, shopping list

15. Hilarious anti-Brexit sign that not one of those bastards photographed on the march so youíre saving it for the next one

16. Privilege, checked daily
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Old 4th Jul 2019, 09:27
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Pax B

It is very good of you to apologise. I am not being condescending. I genuinely mean it.

It does make me laugh though that you cite abuse of remainers. If you look back through various threads on PPRuNe you will see far more consistent and sustained abuse of Brexiteers from yourself and many others.

Maybe everyone sometimes needs to take a look at themselves and consider their behaviour. We can all, even me, be wrong sometimes or, if not wrong, certainly a little vociferous with our arguments.

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Old 4th Jul 2019, 09:41
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I saw this, and thought of KnC...😂
16 things all Guardian readers own...
Bugger, I've got nearly all of those!
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and it's spelt Ukulele cos I've got four.
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Old 4th Jul 2019, 10:21
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Originally Posted by Nige321 View Post
I saw this, and thought of KnC...😂

16 things all Guardian readers own...


I like the Guardian. It is so satirical:


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Old 4th Jul 2019, 15:28
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On the nail again BV.
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Old 4th Jul 2019, 18:51
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BV for PM...?!
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Old 4th Jul 2019, 19:17
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How very flattering

Iíd do it for the big country house and London pad but the wages are scandalous. I wouldnít get out of bed for that much.

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Old 5th Jul 2019, 05:39
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Well that didn't take long did it.......and it won't go down well in the shires and those who enjoy a bit of gratuitous cruelty to animals........the now well established, thanks to Treeza, mandatory "U " turn for any aspiring PM !.......it seems he's also been coached by Broady when it comes to his batting skills....

Boris being adorned with sausages is apt, but pork pies would have been better......see also the item as to what the world thinks about Boris.....

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https://www.channel4.com/news/jeremy...vative-members

And it's so reassuring to learn the UK population is in such safe hands.......

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-48874147

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Old 5th Jul 2019, 12:22
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Clearly TM had worries about BoJo as Foreign Sec in holding back information because he was viewed as a clear security risk with an open mouth.

going to get funny.
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Old 5th Jul 2019, 12:30
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Ah yes, everything Theresa said and did since becoming an MP makes perfect sense.

The duplicity of the Boris haters knows no bounds.
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Old 5th Jul 2019, 14:01
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Old 5th Jul 2019, 20:18
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Originally Posted by pax britanica View Post
Ok I did have a bit of a rant yesterday but for someone to claim the UK media is left wing is completely absurd and entirely false.

As indeed is Boris with his another day another promise-the man has lied and changed his mind all his life and yet guess what all the pro Tory press splash it all over the headlines.

So if I upset anyone yesterday i am sorry but to me, and a great many others , it looks like the country is literally committing suicide -by that i mean the UK and I do get upset when outright lies and falsehoods go unchallenged when the future of our children and grandchildren is put at risk and that abuse about stayers and anyone left of Ken Clarke seems to be perfectly acceptable. 20,000 police costs money we dont have but of course could be useful to an embattled PM with a fair bit of unrest on his hands.
Why do people keep spouting this rubbish about the country "committing suicide" and "the future of our children... put at risk"?

Look around you the country is booming, population growth out of control, 300k extra houses per annum, major roads and motorways gridlocked, rail travel unaffordable for most people (and that's before HS2), warehouses and logistics sites decimating the landscape. What more do you want?

Think about what has got us to this place, the gross inequality in society, our national wealth and heritage being carved up and sold off to the highest bidder. Dont you think it might just be time for a change??
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Old 5th Jul 2019, 20:56
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Originally Posted by Krystal n chips View Post
Well that didn't take long did it.......and it won't go down well in the shires and those who enjoy a bit of gratuitous cruelty to animals........the now well established, thanks to Treeza, mandatory "U " turn for any aspiring PM !.......it seems he's also been coached by Broady when it comes to his batting skills....

Boris being adorned with sausages is apt, but pork pies would have been better......see also the item as to what the world thinks about Boris.....

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https://www.channel4.com/news/jeremy...vative-members

And it's so reassuring to learn the UK population is in such safe hands.......

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-48874147
Fox Hunting, appropriately the final nail in Hunt's coffin I suspect. He really is showing himself to be woefully out of touch with his support for HS2, LHR expansion, restricting abortion rights, closet Remainer, and now wanting to wind back the clock on Fox Hunting. He sounds like a Blair clone to me, a kind of stalking assassin whom believes he can do no wrong because he's got God on his side. Given the choice I wouldnt have either of them, but given no choice I'd much prefer the clown.
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Old 5th Jul 2019, 22:30
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Originally Posted by rustle View Post
Ah yes, everything Theresa said and did since becoming an MP makes perfect sense.

The duplicity of the Boris haters knows no bounds.
TM didn't flag the issue of Bojo's mouth and escaping secrets as she would not have known. This would have been by the security services.
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