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« Reply #1580 on: June 10, 2024, 19:19:08 pm »

You must let me know how you contain the excitement Bingers.

It will be difficult to keep a lid on it all, that's for sure, but I suspect that the French result will be disappointment or shear relief that the National Front just get squeezed out.

Closely followed by the finale of the Euros, which will hopefully result in an England win and change of UK government, sending the whole country into rapturous delight. Oh, I feel the excitement now and don't want to contain it.
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« Reply #1581 on: June 10, 2024, 19:38:26 pm »

Just to lighten the mood, I have a joke told to me by the Tory chairman Richard Holden.

I say, I say I say. Why did the Conservative cross the road?

Answer. Emily Thornberry.
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« Reply #1582 on: June 11, 2024, 07:33:40 am »

As for the EU itís finished, just a matter of time.
Le Penn will win in France, then hopefully we can have a Frexit.

ÖÖyou need to keep up with your right wing friends

National Rally takes a hard line on immigration, wanting to drastically curb it, and although it no longer wants to leave the EU, it has said it would reform it. Despite moderating its tone in recent years, National Rally is still considered a far-right party whose ascent to power would change Europe noticeably.

Even Marie knows actually leaving the EU will cause considerable economic and logistical problems for France and understands (rather than Putinís useful idiots that supported Brexit) you reform and change from within.

Ö..as for Trump and the title Commander in Chief - do you really think thatís an appropriate title for a man who described fallen American soldiers as losers - Americaís choice is abysmal but your hero is beyond contempt.
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« Reply #1583 on: June 11, 2024, 09:00:22 am »

Change from within 😂 you mean when Cameron begged Merkel to lower immigration.
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« Reply #1584 on: June 11, 2024, 09:43:22 am »

Change from within 😂 you mean when Cameron begged Merkel to lower immigration.

Cameron was a weak man with no strategy and frankly is responsible for a lot of what is currently wrong with our country.
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« Reply #1585 on: June 11, 2024, 10:16:39 am »

Cameron was a weak man with no strategy and frankly is responsible for a lot of what is currently wrong with our country.
Kwarsi Kwarteng may have helped.
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« Reply #1586 on: June 11, 2024, 11:30:55 am »

Cameron was a weak man with no strategy and frankly is responsible for a lot of what is currently wrong with our country.
He a typical weak left of Center politician, but to pin a lot of whatís wrong in our country on him is a bit over the top.
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« Reply #1587 on: June 11, 2024, 13:39:50 pm »

He a typical weak left of Center politician, but to pin a lot of whatís wrong in our country on him is a bit over the top.


That's very true Pete.

You should have added AND HIS PARTY
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« Reply #1588 on: June 11, 2024, 22:23:03 pm »

Kier Starmer the man who has represented known terrorists and spectacularly failed to prosecute Jimmy Saville when he was head of the CPS, standard fare for the Labour Party.
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« Reply #1589 on: June 11, 2024, 22:48:12 pm »

Kier Starmer the man who has represented known terrorists and spectacularly failed to prosecute Jimmy Saville when he was head of the CPS, standard fare for the Labour Party.

Nobody was willing to give evidence against 'good old Jimmy the charity worker'. So many people were taken in by him, including your all time hero, the milk snatcher.
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« Reply #1590 on: Yesterday at 07:10:09 »

Nobody was willing to give evidence against 'good old Jimmy the charity worker'. So many people were taken in by him, including your all time hero, the milk snatcher.
More like  nobody was able to give evidence against him, being prevented by the BBC. Plenty of people knew but could do nothing. John Lydon in the early 80s refused to be on TOTP if the cigar muncher was around. Mark n lard had repeated little digs at him on their radio and live shows. But the Beeb covered it up.
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« Reply #1591 on: Yesterday at 07:49:31 »

I'm just watching the Green Party get their token bit of airtime on the BBC. I know their policy is largely an irrelevance but Jesus, are they unfair.
They are proposing a 1% wealth tax on anyone with over £10m in the bank.

So that means really successful people who have earned a lot of money, presumably paying the required taxes along the way, will get walloped with a massive tax bill simply for not spending it all!

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« Reply #1592 on: Yesterday at 08:51:09 »

More like  nobody was able to give evidence against him, being prevented by the BBC. Plenty of people knew but could do nothing. John Lydon in the early 80s refused to be on TOTP if the cigar muncher was around. Mark n lard had repeated little digs at him on their radio and live shows. But the Beeb covered it up.

You're right of course but it wasn't just at the BBC. Staff at the hospitals and homes he worked at raised concerns about his behaviour. They were told " Oh that's just Jimmy"!
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« Reply #1593 on: Yesterday at 09:14:07 »

Kier Starmer the man who has represented known terrorists and spectacularly failed to prosecute Jimmy Saville when he was head of the CPS, standard fare for the Labour Party.

Glad you didnít put FACT after that missive because you know full well you are not addressing Sun readers and itís complete bollocks - Iím no fan of Starmer but look as his actual record on actual prosecutions - the one event Tory scum try to pin on him is representing Abu Qatada which the whole legal profession knows is based on the  cab rank rule  where lawyers in that situation are obligated to take the next client on the list and cannot pick and choose.

Re you comment on Thatcherís friend I canít even bother to explain in detail that the CP can only proceed if evidence is presented to them - it wasnít, and yes a massive establishment cover up but nothing to do with Starmer or the CPS

I know these are desperate times but very poor effort this time to demonise Starmer - must try harder
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« Reply #1594 on: Yesterday at 09:30:55 »

You're right of course but it wasn't just at the BBC. Staff at the hospitals and homes he worked at raised concerns about his behaviour. They were told " Oh that's just Jimmy"!
There was a freelance journalist who used to drink down the King Billy, who knew an awful lot on the subject. He told us three months before the news broke, that Rolf Harris had been arrested. He also mentioned Ted Heaths name more than once, and why he would never be fully investigated. There is also one very big name at the Beeb, that will be news when he dies, for all the wrong reasons.
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« Reply #1595 on: Yesterday at 16:19:00 »

Glad you didnít put FACT after that missive because you know full well you are not addressing Sun readers and itís complete bollocks - Iím no fan of Starmer but look as his actual record on actual prosecutions - the one event Tory scum try to pin on him is representing Abu Qatada which the whole legal profession knows is based on the  cab rank rule  where lawyers in that situation are obligated to take the next client on the list and cannot pick and choose.

Re you comment on Thatcherís friend I canít even bother to explain in detail that the CP can only proceed if evidence is presented to them - it wasnít, and yes a massive establishment cover up but nothing to do with Starmer or the CPS

I know these are desperate times but very poor effort this time to demonise Starmer - must try harder
Better call KierÖÖ 'When Rishi Sunak sees a group chanting jihad on our streets, he bans them. Keir Starmer invoices them.'

Labour low life scum.
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« Reply #1596 on: Yesterday at 19:07:29 »

Listening to Dame Stammer on Sky, 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 hasnít got a clue.
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« Reply #1597 on: Yesterday at 19:13:08 »

Ignoring that idiot above, the questions from the audience in Grimsby is where he really seems to be excelling, getting his point across succinctly. The answer to removing the tax break on private schools in particular
Not so good on the grilling from Rigby.
I dread to think how Sunak will get on with them. Probably best its later in the night. Ironic that it's on Sky as well on the day he gave them a name check.

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Responding to a question from a dad about his 19 year old daughter looking to buy a place of her own...Sunak says he is abolishing stamp duty for first time buyers up to 425k.
Ignoring the fact that already exists at the moment..... and even if she wasn't a first time buyer you don't pay it under 250k anyway. It really does show how out of touch he is. Please find me a 19 year old who can buy a place over 250k, let alone 425k. I don't know any.
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« Reply #1598 on: Yesterday at 20:28:25 »

Ignoring that idiot above, the questions from the audience in Grimsby is where he really seems to be excelling, getting his point across succinctly. The answer to removing the tax break on private schools in particular
Not so good on the grilling from Rigby.
I dread to think how Sunak will get on with them. Probably best its later in the night. Ironic that it's on Sky as well on the day he gave them a name check.

Update:
Responding to a question from a dad about his 19 year old daughter looking to buy a place of her own...Sunak says he is abolishing stamp duty for first time buyers up to 425k.
Ignoring the fact that already exists at the moment..... and even if she wasn't a first time buyer you don't pay it under 250k anyway. It really does show how out of touch he is. Please find me a 19 year old who can buy a place over 250k, let alone 425k. I don't know any.

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« Reply #1599 on: Yesterday at 20:46:33 »

The Bingers Boys are sharing Mr Sunak's pain. I couldn't be arsed to get Sky either, so they had to do without. Still, life has been comfortable for them and we've never had the phone cut off.
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