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Whereís Boris?

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On Thu 27 Feb at 7:44am Hyena wrote:
I donít think Dominic is letting him out.
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On Thu 27 Feb at 10:34am Buzzard wrote:
And where's the Russia Report - the one into Russian interference in the Brexit election, that was ready for Boris to sign and release back in November? Is Dominic not letting him sign that? Maybe. But the truth is, Boris is not going out because he's terrified of the wrath of flood victims. And he's not releasing the Russia Report because ... well if you can think of any reason other than that it shows him to be a Russian asset, I'd like to know..
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On Thu 27 Feb at 11:36am Mark wrote:
And where are the results of the Arcuri investigation? He gave that woman £100k of taxpayer's money because he fancied the idea of shagging a woman 30y younger than him.
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On Thu 27 Feb at 2:46pm Sleeveless wrote:
Mark, can you prove it your allegation?
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On Thu 27 Feb at 10:42pm Tom pain wrote:
He's obviously been kidnapped by some vile foreign dictator from an evil empire that has vast quantities of mineral deposits in it's hideous grip. Could it be Iran with it's merciless junta of insane religious bigots? Venezuela with it's cocaine crazed guerillas? North Korea wanting to give him a proper haircut? My money's on an alien abduction organized by Greensleeves and the Inter Galactic Social Justice Front, mundane as it may sound.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 7:10am Mark wrote:
I don't need to prove it on Lewes Forum for it to be true, Sleeveless. Google it yourself. Start with "Arcuri". He committed major fraud in order to sleep with a blonde (an "ex-model") behind his wife's back.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 7:42am Sleeveless wrote:
Sorry Mark. Canít find any evidence anywhere that his motive was to shag her.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 8:52am Green Sleeves wrote:
@sleeveless, I suspect your threshold for "evidence" is considerably less when it comes to smearing someone like Jeremy Corbyn or Sadiq Khan.

@ Tom Pain - I see no point in wasting my time on Boris, he only needs a little rope to hang himself and there are plenty of people around him to do that.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 9:02am Mark wrote:
Do I have to spoon feed you? Alright then. Google "Boris Arcuri's flat pole"
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On Fri 28 Feb at 10:16am Sleeveless wrote:
What an amusing story. I wasnít aware of that. There is as much evidence that he wanted to shag her as there is they were reciting the Iliad.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 10:26am Tom pain wrote:
Surely you're not suggesting that the current incumbent of 10 Downing St,with his latest sex piece, would go behind his wife's back to make the beast with two backs with an ex model? Shame on you, he probably only wanted to show her his home made collection of cardboard buses. Next you'll be inferring that Ted Heath had an unnatural interest in young boys.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 10:43am Nevillman wrote:
I'm afraid that whatever dirt anyone gets on Johnson it will not stick or affect most people's view of him.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 11:32am Blatant Liar wrote:
What is the point to all this?
Itís nothing to do with Lewes
Sad little left wing losers VS
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On Fri 28 Feb at 11:56am Nevillman wrote:
Is he not prime minister of lewes then?
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On Fri 28 Feb at 4:45pm Hamid Barr wrote:
Meanwhile Boris is still Prime Minister, there is a Conservative government with a very large majority and Brexiit is proceeding very nicely. A handful of the Lewes sneering classes are whining about it all on a zero influence forum hardly anyone in the town takes notice of let alone the rest of the country. Lovely to see them squirming in their own spite.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 5:20pm Hyena wrote:
Is he the Prime Minister? You wouldnít notice.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 6:01pm Mark wrote:
Well done, Hamid. You have the same "We are the Champions, my friend"-utterly puerile mentality as Sleeveless. It is an important thing that reports aren't buried. It's also important that our PM (selected by Putin) doesn't have free license to steal £100k and use it to tip a pole dancer.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 6:28pm Sleeveless wrote:
I do feel sorry for you Mark. One day you will wake up and the sun will be shining.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 7:11pm Hamid Barr wrote:
@Mark. hahahahahahahahahahaha. Bitter leftie lunacy at its pinnacle. You should try stand up. @Hyena well done for juvenile comment of the week
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On Fri 28 Feb at 7:44pm Hyena wrote:
Cheers Hamid, Iíll take an insult from you as a compliment.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 7:49pm Mark wrote:
Sleeveless and Hamid. We know you both well. Never a response that has any actual content. Just playground taunting.
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On Fri 28 Feb at 10:11pm Hamid Barr wrote:
Oh the irony
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On Sat 29 Feb at 7:16am Sleeveless wrote:
Mark. Letís hope Sir Keir Starmer wins the Labour leadership. Otherwise I think youíll have to put up with Boris for a very long time.
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On Sat 29 Feb at 8:28am Green Sleeves wrote:
Keir Starmer is a good old liberal lefty europhile so I'll take that. The media will suddenly turn on him when they need to though. At the moment we are told to hate Rebecca Long Bailey (with not that much rationale behind it), but Starmer will be their next project if/once he wins the party nomination.

Starmer is a solid choice and although his policies don't differ much from any of the other candidates that much, he comes across as slick and that's the kind of superficial tick box that's requires completion in modern politics to ensure the more primitive thinking voters jump on the bandwagon. I'll take that, just get the tories out of power.

Good to see Hamid Barr back on the forums. It's been a while. They let you out then?
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On Sat 29 Feb at 8:51am Tom pain wrote:
Kier Starman is a good old neonliberal trilateral commission member along with his pals from big oil, banking and all the usual suspects from the globalist elite. Solid as a rock.
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On Sat 29 Feb at 9:03am Hyena wrote:
Preferable to a gutless, self entitled, over privileged, narcissistic liar.
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On Sat 29 Feb at 9:20am Green Sleeves wrote:
Lol at "neonliberal". Do they tend to spend most of their time around Picadilly Circus?

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On Sat 29 Feb at 6:34pm Hyena wrote:
So thatís what heís been up to. No doubt at Dominicís behest.
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On Sat 29 Feb at 10:10pm Tom pain wrote:
Kier STARMAN......NEONliberal..... geddit? I voted for Tony to get the conservatives out of power, wasn't I clever?
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On Sun 1 Mar at 8:14am Green Sleeves wrote:
Blair and Labour between 97 and 2010 is vastly more preferable to the Britain of today.
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On Sun 1 Mar at 9:22am Sleeveless wrote:
Exactly Green Sleeves, hence my comment about him needing to win.
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On Sun 1 Mar at 10:04am Green Sleeves wrote:
Starmer? Part of Corbyns team, liberal, left winger, a remainer and a London MP. Yep, I'd be in favour of him becoming PM, but I'm not the one you need to convince.

They threw Corbyn under the bus, and they did the same to Miliband. The media will do the same to Starmer. All ultimately share the same left wing values. Corbyn probably gives more back to Brexit voters give his eurosceptic stance in the past.
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On Sun 1 Mar at 10:14am Sleeveless wrote:
Er Green Sleeves, there is left wing and there is, Left Wing.
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On Sun 1 Mar at 11:07am Green Sleeves wrote:
To an extent, but the media made a bigger deal and divide than there actually ever was in reality (in terms of policies). Whoever wins the Labour leadership will be portrayed as "dangerously" left wing. This never started with Corbyn and won't end with him either. The daily mail et al will always run this nonsense, and there are enough credulous imbeciles who don't bother to look closer or fact check.

Like I said before, I'm happy with Starmer, but he supports the kind of policies on immigration and the EU that many voters seemed to be so upset about in 2016. Maybe by the time the next election occurs, the country will be crying out for more migration and closer reintegration with the EU....we can hope.
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On Sun 1 Mar at 11:22am Hyena wrote:
Thatíll be by the end of the year I suspect.
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On Sun 1 Mar at 12:29pm Mark wrote:
But Sleeveless, what was there about Corbyn's agenda that was Left Wing? The manifesto was definitely centrist.
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On Sun 1 Mar at 2:11pm Sleeveless wrote:
Really Mark? If the labour membership want to continue with the same socialist agenda but presented in a different way, they will vote for Long-Bailey. If they want to win an election they will vote for Keir Starmer.
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On Sun 1 Mar at 4:16pm Mark wrote:
That's not a response to what I said. Corbyn's agenda was not socialist.


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