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Politics, politics, politics (so long and thanks for all the fish)

Discussion in 'Randomination' started by SpurMeUp, 19 Feb 2019.

  1. scaramanga

    scaramanga Garth Crooks Staff Member

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    You're right, he's impure now. He should be up against the wall with the rest of them.
     
  2. SpurMeUp

    SpurMeUp Paul Walsh

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    In other news...Boris had a barnie at home on friday night. Is it relavent!?
     
  3. galeforce

    galeforce Sonny Walters

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    Depends whose home it was
     
  4. Gutter Boy

    Gutter Boy Tim Sherwood

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    Sumner or rubble? I don't think sexuality is particularly relevant these days
     
  5. AuroRaman

    AuroRaman Gerry Armstrong

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    Thank you mate, opposite of boring. Really good to get your experience and knowledge.


    Sitting on my porcelain throne using Fapatalk
     
  6. dawaxman

    dawaxman Stephen Clemence

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    A bit late to this one, but I just wanted to say that I 400% agree with everything @Robspur12 and @SpurMeUp have said about the Mark Field incident

    Simply continue watching the video to the end to see how you can eject a person from the room in a non-violent/non-abusive manner.

    He could quite easily have blocked her path and shouted to her to leave...

    He displayed all of the hallmarks of an abuser.

    But, loads of you are defending him.

    Disgusting
     
  7. scaramanga

    scaramanga Garth Crooks Staff Member

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    Yet none of the evidence
     
  8. scaramanga

    scaramanga Garth Crooks Staff Member

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  9. ShipOfTheseus

    ShipOfTheseus Didier Zokora

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    When you say police are more likely to abuse powers than LAs, are you talking about investigatory powers? My understanding is that on issues like directed surveillance, cops are rather better at navigating IPA compliance and following authorisation processes than social workers, who get up to all manner of mischief with spoof Facebook accounts and the like.
     
  10. the dza

    the dza Christian Ziege

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    All on the presumption that Johnson can drift towards no-deal without his government falling OR he manages to negotiate a deal with the EU that both gets through Parliament and squashes the "BETRAYAL!" angle for the Brexit Party. All very uncertain (I'd say unlikely).

    Labour, meanwhile, could slowly pivot to a more 'remainer' 2nd referendum position and scoop up a large chunk of the 30-odd% that's going towards the Lib Dems and Greens in the survey of hypotheticals you linked. And if Johnson tries to go for anything but the hardest of hard Brexit, The Brexit Party will split the Tory vote. We've seen how that works in a recent by-election, where Labour won the seat on a low vote share. That can get repeated again and again.
     
  11. the dza

    the dza Christian Ziege

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    https://www.theguardian.com/politic...challenge-trying-to-secure-commons-confidence

    The next Conservative prime minister will face serious questions over whether they can command the confidence of the House of Commons, MPs have said after the party’s already vulnerable majority was put in further danger by the recall of a disgraced MP.

    Several MPs told the Guardian they had “huge concerns” about whether Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt would be able to avoid an autumn election, given the Conservatives could lose another MP in an imminent byelection forced by the recall of Chris Davies.

    The loss would give the Tories a working majority of three, and at least two MPs, Ken Clarke and Dominic Grieve, have said they would vote against their party if necessary in a confidence vote in order to avoid a no-deal Brexit.

    (More at the link).
     
  12. glasgowspur

    glasgowspur Pat van den Hauwe

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    Grays_1890 Chris Armstrong

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    Hahahaha beat me too it
     
  14. Grays_1890

    Grays_1890 Chris Armstrong

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    Yep because like you many people are fabricating the situation and using provacative tems such as "
    He displayed all of the hallmarks of an abuser" which isn't a fact its just added to make the events seem worse than they are.

    The facts are the woman was there when she shouldn't have been, breaking into a dinner which is a point people seem happy to omit but its a key fact, fact not crap like "hallmarks of".

    Group of protesters storm dinner and got ejected, no more and no less...
     
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  15. scaramanga

    scaramanga Garth Crooks Staff Member

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    If he's stuck then he'll just have to use the Raab trick.

    The numbers are clear - deliver Brexit and he wins the next election comfortably. Fail to do so and we'll have some awful kind of coalition of retards.
     
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    Robspur12 Vedran Corluka

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    I don't think the directed surveillance part of RIPA applies to LAs. I am not a social worker so cannot comment on their work. RIPA authorisations are now given by courts.
     
  17. ShipOfTheseus

    ShipOfTheseus Didier Zokora

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  18. SpurMeUp

    SpurMeUp Paul Walsh

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    What is "deliver Brexit" in your opinion. What does Ireland, Scotland, and UK jobs and trade look like post "Brexit"?
     
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    SpurMeUp Paul Walsh

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    GCHQ censored.

    Could you provide a anachronym glossary! Anyone for scrabble?
     
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    ShipOfTheseus Didier Zokora

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    If this by-election writ is moved smartish, and at least threeConservative MPs say that they wouldn’t have confidence in a Johnson administration, then I don’t see how Brenda can appoint Boris as PM. It’s not about him losing a vote of confidence, it’s about her appointing someone who can offer satisfactory assurances that they can command the HoC. I reckon May might be caretaker into another GE.
     
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