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They are not in the least bit sorry,of course.


It's almost as if fertility treatment is offered mostly for the benefit of potential fathers rather than potential mothers.

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Were there fewer "No" votes (the General Election vote) last night, or have I got it wrong?


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Were there fewer "No" votes (the General Election vote) last night, or have I got it wrong?


Vote 1 - 298 -v- 56
Vote 2 - 293 -v- 46

434 needed to 'win' under the terms of the FTPA.

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PorFavor wrote:
Good morfternoon.

Were there fewer "No" votes (the General Election vote) last night, or have I got it wrong?


Vote 1 - 298 -v- 56
Vote 2 - 293 -v- 46

434 needed to 'win' under the terms of the FTPA.


So there were 5 fewer votes in favour, another Johnson triumph.


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Gove then went on to supply of... drugs...

Govt buying space on planes and boats to ship medicines over. Also talking to NHS about letting pharmacists give patients different drugs to those on prescription if shortage/they do same or similar job.
4:05 PM · Sep 10, 2019·


This sounds straightforward enough, doesn't it? Except GPs already prescribe by generic rather than brand name a lot of the time anyway, allowing pharmacies to dispense whichever they have to hand, for a lot of everyday drugs. So people who have been prescribed a specific brand maybe on that brand for important reasons that the GP knows about but the pharmacist doesn't. Allergies or reactions to peripheral ingredients, perhaps, or difficulties swallowing capsules etc etc.

My point is that such measures may be acceptable in a genuine crisis outside our control, but as far as I'm concerned they are absolutely not acceptable when it is well within the government's power to completely avoid the necessity for them.

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Corbyn's speech at the TUC today seems to have had some good reviews.


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I prefer honest revolutions. Fidel Castro used violent methods I can't admire or defend but he wasn't a liar and everyone knew what was going on.


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There goes another one...

John Bolton: Trump sacks national security adviser

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-49655279

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Too much of a nutcase even for Trump, no further comment needed really.


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Drunken kirsch misdoer in second stint as Universities minister (5,8).


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Not only has he sacked Bolton, but the POTUS has apparently agreed to talks with Rouhani?


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