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On 20 Dec 2019 at 1:50pm RussianRuble wrote:
Well folks, the day has finally come.
The WA is being brought before parliament and looks likely to sail through.
Enjoy watching the last few snowflakey remainers have their last whinge.
We live in the best democracy in the world, and it's restoration begins today.
Merry Christmas all.
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On 20 Dec 2019 at 4:00pm nancy wrote:
Well done Boris. Democracy in action.
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On 20 Dec 2019 at 7:34pm Buzzard wrote:
Yes, it's great to know that the Etonians have Taken Back Control, under the guidance of their great teacher and spritual guide Dominic Cummings, so we don't have to bother our little heads about any of those tiresome details about Boris's Brexit deal. We know they have our best interests at heart, don't we children? It'll be so much simpler without any of those annoying workers rights or environmental protection law. And it doesn't matter of there aren't any new nurses because as long as we believe that they are there, we'll be happy, and being happy is everything, don't you think? It's all going to be negotiated in secret anyway so we can all just lie back and think of England. (Not Scotland, Northen Ireland or Wales, obv.) That's Democracy! Enjoy!
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On 21 Dec 2019 at 9:10am Basil wrote:
Buzzard wrote: 'Yes, it's great to know that the Etonians have Taken Back Control...'

And when the Old Etonian Cameron told us to vote Remain in 2016 presumably you did as you were told. Cameron, along with his austerity pals Osborne and Clegg, and the war criminal Blair. Fine company.
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On 21 Dec 2019 at 11:51am Buzzard wrote:
My dear Basil, I have not a good word to say for any of those you mention. But there was a window of opportunity to send the Etonians and their pals packing, and it has passed. I very much doubt austerity is over, but you'll be gaslighted into blaming Europe, or green policies or muslims (but not the Saudis) or anything except the government and billionaires who bankroll it and control the media. Many chickens (some chlorinated) will be coming home to roost over the next few years. Have a good Christmas anyway.
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On 21 Dec 2019 at 12:13pm nancy wrote:
I wish you all a very Tory Christmas. Our saviour is Cummings. Catch you when I return from Bermuda. x
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On 21 Dec 2019 at 12:54pm The Old Mayor wrote:
Putting the GREAT back into Britain !!
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On 21 Dec 2019 at 4:14pm Nevillman wrote:
Great Britain is a geographical term referring to the largest island in the British isles ie the mainland containing most of England, Scotland and Wales minus the larger Islands. It is often misused to refer to the United Kingdom but it has never meant great in the sense that the old mayor uses it. Given that we are about to enter a period when at least Scotland leaves the UK, it is more incorrect than ever to use it in that sense as Great Britain will be only a geographical term.
Apologies to those who remember me going through this before.
Basil. I remember you as a main advocate of leaving the EU. I welcome it when people are able to change their minds about important issues in the light of new evidence or further consideration.
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 10:33am Mark wrote:
Democracy, you say... The next stage is likely to be a trade deal with the USA. Like TTIP and NAFTA, there will be clauses built in that allow private companies to sue governments for "restriction of trade". Food regulations will become a restriction on trade. Environmental regs and employment laws also. The people of Quebec held a referendum and tried to ban fracking. The government of was sued over this. Wall St said No. Democracy, you say...
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 10:39am Mark wrote:
Oh and the NHS won't last 6 months. Boris and his cronies know all this, of course. Probably part of the reason why John Major, Michael Heseltine, Chris Patton, Ken Clarke, Dominic Greive urged people not to vote Tory
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 11:11am Green Sleeves wrote:
We lost, we need to "get over it", re-group, brace ourselves for impact and just hope the incompetent nationalist buffoons driving the car only steer it towards a tree and not off a cliff. Thats pretty much the best we can hope for. No point indulging too much in these troll type threads.

If after this parliamentary term, people still believe the countries problems are down to us liberal lefties (despite the fact "we" have not been running the country for the past 14 years by that point), or some other daft scapegoating tactics - and they return ANOTHER tory government, then we will know for sure that we live in the Matrix or some twisted simulation.
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 11:31am Mark wrote:
It's extremely peculiar Greensleeves. National debt has doubled since 2010. GDP growth has been flat for yonks. The lunatics really are in charge of the asylum. Nancy is quite upbeat.
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 4:10pm Mark wrote:
What? Aren't any Tory voters going to answer me back?
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 5:00pm David Stanley wrote:
They are all too busy living.
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 5:07pm Sleeveless wrote:
Maybe Mark you should take heed of the words from Emma Lowell-Buck MP.
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 5:43pm Mark wrote:
Emma who?? Some back bench MP, I guess.
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 6:26pm Sleeveless wrote:
I didn’t realise you were a snob Mark.
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 6:29pm Hyena wrote:
David, plenty of people existing I’m afraid.
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On 22 Dec 2019 at 8:40pm Tom Pain wrote:
National debt doubled? Big surprise, that's what it's there for. The simple fact is that if there was no debt there would be no money. The left and the right both know this and are quite happy to see you blaming the other side while they laugh all the way to the.....Bank! All the information is online and all you have to do is use your little grey cells. No wonder they think you are "meat on the table by choice and consent".
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On 23 Dec 2019 at 9:35am Mark wrote:
Well yes Tom. We know your thinking on credit but I still maintain that this country is in economic crisis.
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On 23 Dec 2019 at 3:54pm doutsan wrote:
in economic crisis it has long been
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On 23 Dec 2019 at 6:07pm Basil wrote:
How do you think capitalism can get out of the crisis, Mark?
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On 23 Dec 2019 at 10:48pm Tom Pain wrote:
Where's my post gone?
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On 24 Dec 2019 at 9:03am Nevillman wrote:
At last you've written something I can understand Tom. If you mean your post about national debt then it is still there. There is a difference between national debt and personal debt which I don't think you have grasped. Reading your post which appears to be based on one article you have read written by some crackpot on the internet and being told by you to use my grey cells is priceless. If you think that something else you write has been taken down by a moderator then we must be told. This site must be free of political censorship. Please have another go at sending it. Happy Christmas Tom.
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On 24 Dec 2019 at 9:14am Green Sleeves wrote:
I think Tom Pain may be right about the collapse of building #7 world trade centre....but I can't get behind him on the moon landings being fake, the lizard people or the Rothschilds owning every bank.

Who shot Tupac Shakur though? That's what I really want to know, Tom?
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On 24 Dec 2019 at 5:33pm curriedfavour wrote:
In times of great disaster and peril, the blitz spirit gets us through and it’ll get us through this travesty like it did every other time, despite half of everyone you see being a gammon faced, toffee nosed imbecile, under the surface. Happy Xmas! (To the other half).
 
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On 25 Dec 2019 at 8:54pm Tom Pain wrote:
I see you're hallucinating again greenwaste ,such a shame that even they are clichés. Try a little harder next term. Nev, you seem to be doing the same, national? are you using the same stuff as greenie? As you were able to understand the last post I'll try to keep them all in single syllables in future. I return your Christmas greetings in the spirit in which they were given.
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On 27 Dec 2019 at 10:42am Nevillman wrote:
It really isn't the number of syllables in your posts which causes the problems Tom. Thank you for your Christmas greetings which I assume were sincerely meant as were mine.


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