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02 Jun 2019 19:50 #3001 by Markovitch
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Alan wrote: Anne Widdecombe getting pelters on twitter about her science may eventually cure homosexuality quote yet the religion of peace endorses the chuck them off buildings and stone
them approach
And not a peep is said.

The right is on the rise and the left are now getting even more hypocriticaly dirtier in their tactics.


If ever there was a woman to turn men gay it's Ann Widdecombe

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02 Jun 2019 19:52 - 02 Jun 2019 19:55 #3002 by Yorkie Blue
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"Tell the Chinese to shove their dangerous cheap steel & tyres up their arse. Alot of good deals will come to fruition."

Not to mention their premier spyware supplier, Huawei.
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02 Jun 2019 20:45 #3003 by seesaw50
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Dazwacky wrote: I think Tony Blair might get the death sentence with all his corrupt activities !!


And Nick Clegg must be shaking in his Facebook sponsored shoes for promising to abolish tuition fees....lies, lies, damn lies

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04 Jun 2019 14:20 #3004 by CCU
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Looks like Change UK have, er, changed...


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04 Jun 2019 14:36 #3005 by CCU
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Meanwhile in real news:


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07 Jun 2019 10:50 #3006 by ExiledJock
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Farage took the huff last night. Turned up at the count expecting to win. Realised it wasn't going to happen so hid in the toilets before leaving before results announced. Piss mop of a man yet barely worse than those who can't see through him.
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07 Jun 2019 11:14 #3007 by bluebry
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A £200 million pound plan to build another tyre factory in Carlisle creating 500 jobs has fallen through because of Brexit, according to the Cumberland News this morning.
Gonna be great this Brexit thing isnt it? NOT
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07 Jun 2019 11:56 #3008 by heilkmoon
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CCU wrote: Looks like Change UK have, er, changed...


Hardly a big surprise that Chuk-it Ummuna has bailed out again.

After bottling the last Labour Party leadership contest he has zero credibility anyway. What a time-waster.
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07 Jun 2019 11:56 #3009 by paddockspark
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its not Brexit to blame its the lack of Brexit to blame !
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07 Jun 2019 13:22 - 07 Jun 2019 13:29 #3010 by yoonited
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Well done Peterborough, a resounding endorsement for Corbyn, McDonnell and Abbott, just what the country needs!



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07 Jun 2019 19:10 - 07 Jun 2019 19:25 #3011 by Alan
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bluebry wrote: A £200 million pound plan to build another tyre factory in Carlisle creating 500 jobs has fallen through because of Brexit, according to the Cumberland News this morning.
Gonna be great this Brexit thing isnt it? NOT


You do realise that this is bollocks don't you and there was more chance of blue yonder coming to fruition.

It is one mans unsucessful Pipe dream.


Blaming Brexit is now the stock excuse for all buisness errors.



Don't see any evidence this factory is now to be built over the channel atm and that speaks volumes.
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07 Jun 2019 19:37 #3012 by bluebry
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Alan wrote:

bluebry wrote: A £200 million pound plan to build another tyre factory in Carlisle creating 500 jobs has fallen through because of Brexit, according to the Cumberland News this morning.
Gonna be great this Brexit thing isnt it? NOT


You do realise that this is bollocks don't you and there was more chance of blue yonder coming to fruition.

It is one mans unsucessful Pipe dream.

Only reiterating what was in the Cumberland Snooze, I (presumably like you) dont know whether its bollocks or not


Blaming Brexit is now the stock excuse for all buisness errors.



Don't see any evidence this factory is now to be built over the channel atm and that speaks volumes.


Only reiterating what was in the Cumberland Snooze, and (presumably like you) I haven't a clue whether its bollocks or not.
My opinion has always been the same, lets just wait and see if Brexit is going to be any good for the country.
Some people seem to think that its all going to be wine and roses, personally I have serious doubts, but then again I've been labelled a 'remoaner', so what do I know eh??

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07 Jun 2019 19:44 #3013 by Alan
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No real shock that Labour won last night seeing who was their previous dodgy disgraced MP.

At least they only have an Anti Semite now.

As for Brexit Party not a bad night at all kicking the tories back into third enhances the chances of getting a pro Brexit Prime Minister now which can only be a Great thing in the Long run.

Farage getting the job done.

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07 Jun 2019 19:49 #3014 by Alan
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bluebry wrote:

Alan wrote:

bluebry wrote: A £200 million pound plan to build another tyre factory in Carlisle creating 500 jobs has fallen through because of Brexit, according to the Cumberland News this morning.
Gonna be great this Brexit thing isnt it? NOT


You do realise that this is bollocks don't you and there was more chance of blue yonder coming to fruition.

It is one mans unsucessful Pipe dream.

Only reiterating what was in the Cumberland Snooze, I (presumably like you) dont know whether its bollocks or not


Blaming Brexit is now the stock excuse for all buisness errors.



Don't see any evidence this factory is now to be built over the channel atm and that speaks volumes.


Only reiterating what was in the Cumberland Snooze, and (presumably like you) I haven't a clue whether its bollocks or not.
My opinion has always been the same, lets just wait and see if Brexit is going to be any good for the country.
Some people seem to think that its all going to be wine and roses, personally I have serious doubts, but then again I've been labelled a 'remoaner', so what do I know eh??



I do know quite a bit about this tbh and it was in trouble within months of the first annoucement.

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07 Jun 2019 19:53 #3015 by Unrepentant blue
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I’ve decided that when the new referendum happens I’m changing from the way I voted the first time.

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08 Jun 2019 08:52 #3016 by Bluefox1963
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I don't think there will be another referendum I think the a holes will cancel brexit full stop if they do that's the day democracy dies in this country and that will be the day the uk becomes a dictatorship and I will never vote again in this country

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08 Jun 2019 10:55 #3017 by Dancingbear
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Bluefox1963 wrote: I don't think there will be another referendum I think the a holes will cancel brexit full stop if they do that's the day democracy dies in this country and that will be the day the uk becomes a dictatorship and I will never vote again in this country


Meanwhile it will probably carry on as normal as labours win in Peterborough showed. I thought that seat was nailed on for the Brexit Party to win given the area voted 60% leave. Shame some of those 7000 tories didnt vote tactically.

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08 Jun 2019 18:42 #3019 by ParcelPete
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ExiledJock wrote: www.in-cumbria.com/news/17693548.dmack-t...e-and-blames-brexit/


"Once we start producing tyres in Italy in volume we will probably establish another sales office in Carlisle."

Return of dmack?
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08 Jun 2019 21:58 #3020 by carwash
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Dancingbear wrote:

Bluefox1963 wrote: I don't think there will be another referendum I think the a holes will cancel brexit full stop if they do that's the day democracy dies in this country and that will be the day the uk becomes a dictatorship and I will never vote again in this country


Meanwhile it will probably carry on as normal as labours win in Peterborough showed. I thought that seat was nailed on for the Brexit Party to win given the area voted 60% leave. Shame some of those 7000 tories didnt vote tactically.


Peterborough was odd in as much as the Tories put up a decent candidate. The Lib Dems on the other hand put up a complete no-hoper so the Labour/Remain vote didn't fragment but the Tory/Brexit vote did.

In other news Michael Gove has confirmed he's barking mad by promising to abolish VAT. It would be economic madness to stimulate consumer spending when we import so much.

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10 Jun 2019 13:37 #3021 by thesilentone
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bluebry wrote: A £200 million pound plan to build another tyre factory in Carlisle creating 500 jobs has fallen through because of Brexit, according to the Cumberland News this morning.
Gonna be great this Brexit thing isnt it? NOT


Don't suppose them moving to Italy is anything to do with the agreement they made with Marangoni , that they announced last year. Along with the appointment of a Italian MD...........No, it must be Brext. ( I blame Brexit for my lawnmower not starting)

www.tyretradenews.co.uk/news/dmack-plans...nufacturing-facility

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10 Jun 2019 21:15 #3022 by orfc
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Boris is giving away the brexit 'savings' as tax cuts for the top 5%

But I thought it was going to the NHS?

Confused.

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11 Jun 2019 00:02 #3023 by Flatcap
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orfc wrote: Boris is giving away the brexit 'savings' as tax cuts for the top 5%

But I thought it was going to the NHS?

Confused.


They estimate it will mean an extra £6,000 for all those on over 80 grand.
I'm sure they need that money more than the NHS or those on minimum wage..

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12 Jun 2019 10:27 #3024 by Alan
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www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/06/11/...al-election-becomes/

140 seat majority predicted for Boris if he's made leader.

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12 Jun 2019 14:46 #3025 by Flatcap
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Theresa May was predicted to have a whopping majority in the last election and look what happened.

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12 Jun 2019 16:13 #3026 by Alan
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Flatcap wrote: Theresa May was predicted to have a whopping majority in the last election and look what happened.


May fought the most inept campaign by anyone I can remember.
Corbyns was superb since then a lot of people will now have seen through corbyn it does point to a large Tory win.

Thingss are totally different

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12 Jun 2019 17:24 #3027 by CCU
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Win or Lose, Up The Blues!
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12 Jun 2019 19:10 #3028 by seesaw50
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bluebry wrote: A £200 million pound plan to build another tyre factory in Carlisle creating 500 jobs has fallen through because of Brexit, according to the Cumberland News this morning.
Gonna be great this Brexit thing isnt it? NOT


Ha, do you seriously think there was room for another tyre plant in Carlisle employing 500 when the worlds leading company has been here for donkeys years....think he's redone his sums

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13 Jun 2019 10:01 - 13 Jun 2019 10:01 #3029 by thesilentone
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Rock on Rory playing a blinder with party members, I wonder if those in Westminster will take any notice: www.conservativehome.com/thetorydiary/20...e-a-record-high.html
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13 Jun 2019 10:33 #3030 by sirjimmyglass
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Alan wrote:

Flatcap wrote: Theresa May was predicted to have a whopping majority in the last election and look what happened.


May fought the most inept campaign by anyone I can remember.
Corbyns was superb since then a lot of people will now have seen through corbyn it does point to a large Tory win.

Thingss are totally different


Corbyn was totally written off by the right before that election, which is why May called it, thinking she'd have a big majority and be safe until the end of time.

But yeah, things are totally different.

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13 Jun 2019 13:08 - 13 Jun 2019 13:11 #3031 by thesilentone
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Rock on Rory makes round 2...........


Next PM will be Boris the buffoon..........
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13 Jun 2019 13:12 - 13 Jun 2019 13:13 #3032 by CCU
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Just! Boris walks the first round, 10 become 7...

313 Votes:

Boris 114
Hunt 43
Gove 37
Raab 27
Javid 23
Hancock 20
Stewart 19
——————
Leadsom 11
Harper 10
Mcvey 9

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13 Jun 2019 15:28 #3033 by CCU
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13 Jun 2019 15:31 #3034 by Alan
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sirjimmyglass wrote:

Alan wrote:

Flatcap wrote: Theresa May was predicted to have a whopping majority in the last election and look what happened.


May fought the most inept campaign by anyone I can remember.
Corbyns was superb since then a lot of people will now have seen through corbyn it does point to a large Tory win.

Thingss are totally different


Corbyn was totally written off by the right before that election, which is why May called it, thinking she'd have a big majority and be safe until the end of time.

But yeah, things are totally different.


Is this the Corbyn that is backing a second referendum now after his last Pro Brexit manifesto last time,,?

Apart from the countless times the leader of Labour changes his mind nothing has changed.

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13 Jun 2019 15:58 #3035 by Taffy-P
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I know you have to be on drugs to vote conservative but I didn’t know it was a requirement to be on hard drugs to become leader of the party

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13 Jun 2019 16:23 #3036 by thesilentone
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So, I assume from that comment you would stake your life on no one from the Labour front bench has ever taken drugs ?

Why is Corbyn not making more noise about it ???????
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13 Jun 2019 16:48 #3037 by franksidebottom
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Wouldn’t surprise me if half of Westminster have taken drugs tbh. As for the journalists digging up these non-stories, it’ll be a lot more than 50% amongst them.

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13 Jun 2019 16:58 #3038 by High Street
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There’s 650 MP’s, a vast majority of which went to university. I’d wager that most of them have smoked/taken something.

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13 Jun 2019 17:26 #3039 by Dancingbear
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They must have done to want to be a MP in the first place.

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13 Jun 2019 18:17 - 13 Jun 2019 18:19 #3040 by thesilentone
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It might be refreshing to have a Trump and Johnston in charge, who say what they think, instead of the Politically correct mamby-pambying, we have dodged around for the past 20 years. Say what you wan't, like" all Jam eaters should be forced to eat Sandwich Spread "!!

There, I've said it now, let the incrimination's begin..........
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13 Jun 2019 22:54 #3041 by Flatcap
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If you think May was shit and Corbyn would be worse than shit, wait until you see Boris in charge

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14 Jun 2019 18:42 - 14 Jun 2019 18:52 #3042 by CCU
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Project Fear be fuming...


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14 Jun 2019 19:58 #3043 by Markovitch
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thesilentone wrote: It might be refreshing to have a Trump and Johnston in charge, who say what they think, instead of the Politically correct mamby-pambying, we have dodged around for the past 20 years. Say what you wan't, like" all Jam eaters should be forced to eat Sandwich Spread "!!

There, I've said it now, let the incrimination's begin..........


Sacked from the times for lying. Sacked from the spectator for lying. Told the nation he would spend 350m a week on the NHS. Slept with his best friends wife. When did telling lies become the same as speaking your mind??

TV licenses for pensioners gone already. Next tax on rich oaps for the NHS

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14 Jun 2019 20:04 #3044 by Laffy
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He’s got charisma and he achieved a lot as London Mayor-best of a poor bunch and will slaughter Jezza

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14 Jun 2019 20:22 #3045 by Dancingbear
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Aye £41 million spent on a non existent bridge isn’t bad going. Could prob have watered it with the water cannon that can’t be used.

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14 Jun 2019 20:35 #3046 by Markovitch
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How many fire stations did he close?? Who needs them eh?

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14 Jun 2019 20:57 #3047 by carwash
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Markovitch wrote: How many fire stations did he close?? Who needs them eh?


Just wait until the Grenfell Inquiry issues its report. The London Fire Brigade will come in for some heavy criticism. Too many small stations with inadequate equipment.

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14 Jun 2019 21:03 #3048 by Markovitch
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Strange it wasn't matched by any investment. When the protests against the cuts were running he promised not to cut equipment or fire engine numbers. Promptly cut 27 fire engines.
Another time Boris spoke his mind

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14 Jun 2019 21:06 #3049 by Laffy
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I don’t think the firefighters had any influence over Grenfell

The problem with your selective analysis is it’s based on negativity-well suited for Brunton Park me thinks
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14 Jun 2019 22:53 #3050 by Dentonholmersimpson
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The world of technology doesn't just have an effect on the private sector.

Because of better prevention methods and building regulations there are no where near as many fires as there was 30 years ago, therefore we do not need as many fire stations / fire persons.

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