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Some facts about the Bastard Tory and Union of Arseholes Party are so patently true they don't need checking.


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Bloody Watsit,PF is up early


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Or is it wotsit,I am sure I will be corrected.


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I hate them in the Spring.
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Wot's Ralf Little done?


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On twitter provided a counter to above Tory dishonesty."Conservative Press Orifice"


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They lie in the morning
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O.K Jeremy,I give in I will chip in another amount.. £0.00.I mbarrass myself with my generosity,I really do.Might even make it a DD


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Bleeding harrassment,it really is.


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LK's view of outrageous dishonesty was a "daft row"FACT.


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HindleA wrote:
https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/nov/20/calls-scrap-plans-nhs-fee-foreign-staff-health-surcharge

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Boris Johnson’s plans to charge foreign staff who help save British lives £625 a year to use the NHS... [by] ...extend[ing] the so-called health surcharge to nurses, doctors and other medical and ancillary staff who come to work in the NHS from EU27 countries. The Conservative party announced on Sunday it was going to increase the surcharge from £400 to £625 a year for all non-EU migrant workers and extend it to all EU citizens who migrate to the UK after Brexit.


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Was it yet another dead cat?
If so it was pretty effective, but it hardly demonstrates confidence in their man's performance.

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This is Crace on the debate.

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Corbyn couldn’t even take advantage of the most open of goals. One questioner asked about personal trust. Here was the Labour leader’s chance to ask Boris how many children he had, his relationship with Jennifer Arcuri and his broken promises to family and country. It would have been a slam-dunk moment that could have maybe changed the momentum of the election. But Corbyn blew it.

That would have been so 'not Corbyn' as to be counter-productive, imo.

I saw a better suggestion on twitter, that JC should have replied to the Christmas present question by saying he'd like to buy presents for Johnson's children, how many would that be? :D

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HindleA wrote:
LK's view of outrageous dishonesty was a "daft row"FACT.


Its also a fact that she "liked" the BBC tweet of this morning's Daily Heil front page, but didn't for any other paper.

Increasingly hiding in plain sight, innit?


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Fuck that,Commie bastards,destroying our right to mock,sneer ,judge ,laugh at people obviously lower than us ,the "failures ""others" that we feign to protect in self-glorification.


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Referring to Ryan's piece.


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Crace is totally wrong about the debate as well.


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If it were the case that anybody still needed to do so, and as if it will make any difference in a Senate trial, Sondland is destroying Trump before the House committee.

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Wot's Ralf Little done?


Obviously worse than a political party passing itself off as something totally different, of that there can be absolutely no doubt.

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@adam

Thanks for the info about the creative media btec. I had no idea you taught it! And yes, we probably have discussed the state of computer science teaching before.

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Interesting Groan editorial on Lib Dem manifesto. Well actually the headline is the interesting bit.

The Guardian view on the Lib Dem manifesto: missing the moderate opportunity

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I'm at the moment enjoying watching Sky's Beth Rigby mercilessly taking apart Jo Swinson.


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PorFavor wrote:
I'm at the moment enjoying watching Sky's Beth Rigby mercilessly taking apart Jo Swinson.

Yes she's not as smart as she thinks she is is she?


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I'm at the moment enjoying watching Sky's Beth Rigby mercilessly taking apart Jo Swinson.

Yes she's not as smart as she thinks she is is she?


The general gist was: You appear to be trying to enable a Boris Johnson "Brexit" by queering Labour's pitch (and, by the way, hadn't you noticed that Labour is offering a second Referendum?), and your popularity has plummeted. So, was it a mistake to make it all about you?



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They got high on their own supply after the Euro elections, really couldn't happen to a nicer bunch.


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PaulfromYorkshire wrote:

Yes she's not as smart as she thinks she is is she?


I've got that bloody song bouncing around in my brain now. Thanks.

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This is for me - to help clear my brain. No other reason. But I hope that at least some of you enjoy it, nevertheless.



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Can you really justify having "but" and "nevertheless" in the same sentence?


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All v interesting but STILL begs the question - regardless of LibDem SNP etc - WHY DID LABOUR AGREE TO GE are they a) unbeleivably naiive or b) worse

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PorFavor wrote:
Can you really justify having "but" and "nevertheless" in the same sentence?

Seems unlikely but you never know these days

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All v interesting but STILL begs the question - regardless of LibDem SNP etc - WHY DID LABOUR AGREE TO GE are they a) unbeleivably naiive or b) worse
fear?


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All v interesting but STILL begs the question - regardless of LibDem SNP etc - WHY DID LABOUR AGREE TO GE are they a) unbeleivably naiive or b) worse

Because they couldn't see what could happen to make it any better for them?

What was going to change?

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Labour actually don't have the votes to stop a GE on their own?


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Two million people have applied to register to vote since the general election was called, the Press Association reports.

A total of 2,048,039 applications were submitted between 29 October – the day the government called for an election on 12 December – and 19 November, according to government figures.

More than a third of applications (35%) came from people under the age of 25. A further 30% were from 25 to 34-year-olds.

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