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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. 11:44 - Sep 11 with 2737 viewsGuthrum

Farage demands that he sign up to No Deal and stand down Conservative candidates in 80-90 seats. Crazy.

Can't see Johnson going for that in a month of Sundays. It would be a sign they know they're going to lose the elelction badly.

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 11:59 - Sep 11 with 1910 viewsblueislander

80-90 mini Farages in parliament. What a thought!
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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 12:11 - Sep 11 with 1864 viewsBlueBadger

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 11:59 - Sep 11 by blueislander

80-90 mini Farages in parliament. What a thought!


Somewhere, in the Clacton area, a penis thought long-dead has started to stir..

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 12:16 - Sep 11 with 1852 viewscaught-in-limbo

If Farage and the government were sincere about Brexit, wouldn't there be a pact where the "Farage Party" puts up a candidate (and the Tory candidate stands down) in Labour held constituencies outside the South East of England?

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 12:37 - Sep 11 with 1801 viewsGuthrum

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 12:16 - Sep 11 by caught-in-limbo

If Farage and the government were sincere about Brexit, wouldn't there be a pact where the "Farage Party" puts up a candidate (and the Tory candidate stands down) in Labour held constituencies outside the South East of England?


I think that's the thought, but those are also the very seats which the Conservatives need to take if they hope to win a majority.

Being tied to the DUP was bad enough, I doubt the Tories want Brexit Party coalition-mates breathing down their necks in the Commons for the next five years.

Plus it would remove even the polite fiction that Johnson wants to get a deal with the EU, probably causing further defections from his party and guaranteeing resistance in Parliament.

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 13:31 - Sep 11 with 1701 viewsActionMan

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 11:59 - Sep 11 by blueislander

80-90 mini Farages in parliament. What a thought!


It's not much worse than the near 700 people in there right now you wouldn't put in charge of your local playgroup let alone a country, a bunch of sociopathic, inhumane, vote chasing careerists who weren't good enough to do real jobs conning a living off of promising you lot things they never implement once they get elected for a variety of excuses but for some reason can still behind the "thems is worse" argument about their opponents or former Governments as a get out of jail free card you give them for their half a century worth of total incompetence as a collective.

Red, yellow, green or blue, those fkers won't do a thing for you. It's all become so trivial, our votes are worthless now either way.
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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 13:36 - Sep 11 with 1678 viewsSpruceMoose

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 13:31 - Sep 11 by ActionMan

It's not much worse than the near 700 people in there right now you wouldn't put in charge of your local playgroup let alone a country, a bunch of sociopathic, inhumane, vote chasing careerists who weren't good enough to do real jobs conning a living off of promising you lot things they never implement once they get elected for a variety of excuses but for some reason can still behind the "thems is worse" argument about their opponents or former Governments as a get out of jail free card you give them for their half a century worth of total incompetence as a collective.

Red, yellow, green or blue, those fkers won't do a thing for you. It's all become so trivial, our votes are worthless now either way.


It really would be much worse. These Brexit Party folks are either certifiably insane or horrifically bigoted. They're a cancer that needs cutting out, not legitimising.

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 13:54 - Sep 11 with 1630 viewsBlueinBrum

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 13:31 - Sep 11 by ActionMan

It's not much worse than the near 700 people in there right now you wouldn't put in charge of your local playgroup let alone a country, a bunch of sociopathic, inhumane, vote chasing careerists who weren't good enough to do real jobs conning a living off of promising you lot things they never implement once they get elected for a variety of excuses but for some reason can still behind the "thems is worse" argument about their opponents or former Governments as a get out of jail free card you give them for their half a century worth of total incompetence as a collective.

Red, yellow, green or blue, those fkers won't do a thing for you. It's all become so trivial, our votes are worthless now either way.


I understand (and share) your frustrations with many MPs in the current system, but that's absolute nonsense.
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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 13:56 - Sep 11 with 1628 viewschicoazul

It's almost as if it's somehow in Farage's interest for this whole farrago to go ever on and on.

I have it in commission, to comfort the feeble-minded, and to support the weak. You must needs go along with us; we will wait for you, we will lend you our help, we will deny ourselves of some things, both opinionated and practical, for your sake; we will not enter into doubtful disputations before you, we will be made all things to you, rather than you shall be left behind
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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 13:59 - Sep 11 with 1611 viewsSwansea_Blue

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 13:56 - Sep 11 by chicoazul

It's almost as if it's somehow in Farage's interest for this whole farrago to go ever on and on.


Yep, it's the only thing that gives him and relevance (and certainly helps his bank balance too).

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:00 - Sep 11 with 1543 viewsjaykay

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 12:11 - Sep 11 by BlueBadger

Somewhere, in the Clacton area, a penis thought long-dead has started to stir..


i expect that's the seat farage would stand for himself. .

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:07 - Sep 11 with 1524 viewswkj

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 13:31 - Sep 11 by ActionMan

It's not much worse than the near 700 people in there right now you wouldn't put in charge of your local playgroup let alone a country, a bunch of sociopathic, inhumane, vote chasing careerists who weren't good enough to do real jobs conning a living off of promising you lot things they never implement once they get elected for a variety of excuses but for some reason can still behind the "thems is worse" argument about their opponents or former Governments as a get out of jail free card you give them for their half a century worth of total incompetence as a collective.

Red, yellow, green or blue, those fkers won't do a thing for you. It's all become so trivial, our votes are worthless now either way.


Oh it very much would be. If you ignore the brexit thing, we actually have some pretty proactive politicians on both sides of the commons at a constituent level, Farage has always been about farage, as is the case of many of his key supporters

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:14 - Sep 11 with 1507 viewsGaryCooper

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 13:36 - Sep 11 by SpruceMoose

It really would be much worse. These Brexit Party folks are either certifiably insane or horrifically bigoted. They're a cancer that needs cutting out, not legitimising.


Comparing people to cancer, what an absolute cn ut you are.

Having just lost someone close to cancer you fe kin disgust me.
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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:17 - Sep 11 with 1493 viewswkj

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:14 - Sep 11 by GaryCooper

Comparing people to cancer, what an absolute cn ut you are.

Having just lost someone close to cancer you fe kin disgust me.


Sorry for your loss, though it has to be said that comparisons to cancer has become quite a ubiquitous thing in society, doesn't make it right, but I don't think it's a measure of spruces character

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:23 - Sep 11 with 1467 viewsSpruceMoose

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:14 - Sep 11 by GaryCooper

Comparing people to cancer, what an absolute cn ut you are.

Having just lost someone close to cancer you fe kin disgust me.


Sorry if that offended you. Having lost several close family members to cancer I know and appreciate how that feels. So with that in mind I understand your overreaction here.

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:25 - Sep 11 with 1460 viewsDanTheMan

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:14 - Sep 11 by GaryCooper

Comparing people to cancer, what an absolute cn ut you are.

Having just lost someone close to cancer you fe kin disgust me.


Bloomin heck, my father died of cancer and that's such a ridiculous overreaction. Describing things as a cancer is quite common.

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:27 - Sep 11 with 1447 viewsSpruceMoose

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:25 - Sep 11 by DanTheMan

Bloomin heck, my father died of cancer and that's such a ridiculous overreaction. Describing things as a cancer is quite common.


I'm not going to punch down on a person in grief. Like i said, whilst I don't agree with the post, I can excuse it.

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:30 - Sep 11 with 1429 viewsfooters

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:25 - Sep 11 by DanTheMan

Bloomin heck, my father died of cancer and that's such a ridiculous overreaction. Describing things as a cancer is quite common.


Especially if they're born from 21st June – 23rd July.

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:35 - Sep 11 with 1406 viewswkj

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:30 - Sep 11 by footers

Especially if they're born from 21st June – 23rd July.


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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:09 - Sep 11 with 1177 viewsjimmyvet

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 15:14 - Sep 11 by GaryCooper

Comparing people to cancer, what an absolute cn ut you are.

Having just lost someone close to cancer you fe kin disgust me.


Don’t be disgusted by the vile intolerance on here spend 24 hours reading the trash they write you will realise they are tolerant of everything other than views different to their own and yes it’s pretty vile.
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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:11 - Sep 11 with 1169 viewsjimmyvet

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 12:37 - Sep 11 by Guthrum

I think that's the thought, but those are also the very seats which the Conservatives need to take if they hope to win a majority.

Being tied to the DUP was bad enough, I doubt the Tories want Brexit Party coalition-mates breathing down their necks in the Commons for the next five years.

Plus it would remove even the polite fiction that Johnson wants to get a deal with the EU, probably causing further defections from his party and guaranteeing resistance in Parliament.


You at one time always posted balanced unbiased really enjoyable and clearly knowledgeable posts however you have now turned into exactly the opposite which is really disappointing.
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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:12 - Sep 11 with 1162 viewsSpruceMoose

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:09 - Sep 11 by jimmyvet

Don’t be disgusted by the vile intolerance on here spend 24 hours reading the trash they write you will realise they are tolerant of everything other than views different to their own and yes it’s pretty vile.


Lol

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:13 - Sep 11 with 1160 viewsSpruceMoose

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:11 - Sep 11 by jimmyvet

You at one time always posted balanced unbiased really enjoyable and clearly knowledgeable posts however you have now turned into exactly the opposite which is really disappointing.


Lol x2

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:14 - Sep 11 with 1158 viewswkj

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:09 - Sep 11 by jimmyvet

Don’t be disgusted by the vile intolerance on here spend 24 hours reading the trash they write you will realise they are tolerant of everything other than views different to their own and yes it’s pretty vile.


The problem isn't differing opinions or even challenging them, the problem is when it's made into something personal, doing so tends to dent credibility in one's arguments.

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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:19 - Sep 11 with 1125 viewsblueislander

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:11 - Sep 11 by jimmyvet

You at one time always posted balanced unbiased really enjoyable and clearly knowledgeable posts however you have now turned into exactly the opposite which is really disappointing.


What is it that you find offensive in Guthers’ post?
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Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:20 - Sep 11 with 1121 viewsSpruceMoose

Well, that banishes the spectre of a Farage-Johnson electoral pact. on 21:19 - Sep 11 by blueislander

What is it that you find offensive in Guthers’ post?


Intelligence and thoughtfulness I imagine.

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