Tuesday, 17 December 2019
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Now the GE is done and dusted, and with MP’s returning to Parliament today to begin being sworn in, we’ve locked the GE Thread last night, and you can now use this one for any Westminster related stuff.

Anything Brexit related will be moved to the ongoing Brexit Thread!

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5 months ago
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#297856
An excellent review of Boris in the Guardian!


One thing about the Guardian, they have always supported the Tories :D :D :D

Yes the Guardian is left wing but the article is well-written and fair in its criticism. It's interesting that while most of its readership are leftie nutjobs, the Guardian itself has become much less leftie over the last 18 months. I think the reason for this is the Guardian wants donations and subscriptions from higher earners who just want good journalism. The rapid decline of the Telegraph and the paywall blocking access to the Times has created a market opportunity for the Guardian.


The Guardian are like all the others with a few exceptions, struggling.

They must appeal to a wider customer base or they are history.

If you are reliant on the likes of Monbiot for readers, your up sxxt creek without one.........
4 months ago
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#298816
The banning of the ‘PoliticsForAll’ Twitter Account is proper shady.

Interesting Thread here on it:

Oliver Dowden telling the public to keep the away from each other at the same time as the tables and snacks being laid out in the back garden. Boris - resign.
4 months ago
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#299255
Oliver Dowden telling the public to keep the away from each other at the same time as the tables and snacks being laid out in the back garden. Boris - resign.


He, who is without sin............................

Why aren't the opposition slaughtering him ?
4 months ago
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#299267
I think Bojo will be very lucky to survive this one.

God knows what else is in the locker if he does.
4 months ago
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#299269
Do as I say not as I do

It’s a conservative thing always has been always will
4 months ago
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#299272
Do as I say not as I do

It’s a conservative thing always has been always will




What a load of twaddle.

Why can't we function in our public services anymore and get anything done ?

Policy and procedure rules the public sector, all thanks to the good old lefty Unions.

Can't even hold a meeting anymore unless those attending are diverse enough.
4 months ago
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#299286
On this occasion, Boris has absolutely lost it if he is found to have sanctioned or attended this gathering.

One thing the British hate is hypocrisy-and this episode has all the hallmarks.
4 months ago
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#299289
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Do as I say not as I do

It’s a conservative thing always has been always will




What a load of twaddle.

Why can't we function in our public services anymore and get anything done ?

Policy and procedure rules the public sector, all thanks to the good old lefty Unions.

Can't even hold a meeting anymore unless those attending are diverse enough.


You been reading The Mail again

Give some examples as my Wife, Son Brother, all work in public services and Iv never heard that off them
On this occasion, Boris has absolutely lost it if he is found to have sanctioned or attended this gathering.

One thing the British hate is hypocrisy-and this episode has all the hallmarks.


Those defending him should be gone too. A couple of his MPs have made absolute idiots of themselves today.

Those old red wall seats will revert to standard at the next GE if the PR disasters of the past couple of months aren’t firmly dealt with.
4 months ago
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#299300
No government minister available today for interviews. :D
4 months ago
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#299303
No getting out of this one, the final nail me thinks.
Is he actually capable of answering a simple question with a simple (and truthful) answer?
Rishi should be on the phone to Pickfords, and Boris should be hunting for his cheque book to pay for his wallpaper.
4 months ago
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#299315
He's trying to tough it out, go Bojo :D
4 months ago
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#299317
I believe him

Many so called office ‘parties’ are actually work-on the basis you wouldn’t normally choose to party with your work colleagues.

Still a gross error of judgment though-looks poor.

I think he will tough it out-Starmer can’t land one on him
4 months ago
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#299318
This is the only time the Labour Party will be missing hissing Corbyn.

Starmer has fluffed it - again !

Old Bunter Blackford did a better job, but no one listens to him anyway.
I believe him

Many so called office ‘parties’ are actually work-on the basis you wouldn’t normally choose to party with your work colleagues.

Still a gross error of judgment though-looks poor.

I think he will tough it out-Starmer can’t land one on him



Which bit of the email Laffy suggests that work was going to be done!!

"Hi all,

"After what has been an incredibly busy period we thought it would be nice to make the most of the lovely weather and have some socially distanced drinks in the No10 garden this evening.

"Please join us from 6pm and bring your own booze!"
4 months ago
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#299327
Right from the moment he took office...
He was always a clown
He was always a cheat
And he's always been a liar

And now the country is in a shambles having led the country out of the EU based on lies...
And many thousands of people dying because of his bad leadership....

The man should not only go, but should be charged with many crimes .

The country's been led down the garden path , by an idiot !
Bring your own booze ! Hahaha
4 months ago
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#299329
I believe him

Many so called office ‘parties’ are actually work-on the basis you wouldn’t normally choose to party with your work colleagues.

Still a gross error of judgment though-looks poor.

I think he will tough it out-Starmer can’t land one on him



Oh Laffy!

Boris should go, but it’s a case of who would replace him on that basis I’d rather have Boris even if he is a liar and hypocrit.
4 months ago
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#299330
Starmer should have stayed in isolation and let Angela Rayner have a go.
4 months ago
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#299332
Technically he was not breaking the rules. Downing Street is a place of work, as is the garden.

Also, rewarding staff is work related.

However, it shows poor judgement.
4 months ago
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#299333
You can't defend the indefensible......otherwise you are all going to look like that wig wearing t** yesterday.
4 months ago
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#299334
I believe him

Many so called office ‘parties’ are actually work-on the basis you wouldn’t normally choose to party with your work colleagues.



Lol.

Combining that logic with "you choose your friends but not your family" surely any family gathering is now also excusable?
4 months ago
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#299336
Prince Andrew to the rescue for Bojo.
:D
4 months ago
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#299337
"The law at the time said “no person may participate in a gathering in a public place of more than two people” unless it was for one of a number of stated reasons. These included when the gathering was “essential for work purposes” or “all the persons in the gathering are members of the same household”.

However, the Downing Street garden is not a public space. For most of those allegedly attending, it may have been part of their workplace."
4 months ago
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#299338
Starmer should have stayed in isolation and let Angela Rayner have a go.


Wouldn't be surprised if she vaulted the dispatch box and nutted him!!
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