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There really is no defending this 12:48 - Oct 16 with 1062 viewsNewcyBlue



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There really is no defending this on 13:38 - Oct 16 with 955 viewsBigManBlue

I know right.

How can anyone say this kind of slander when Boris is only trying his best?

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There really is no defending this on 13:40 - Oct 16 with 937 viewsNewcyBlue

There really is no defending this on 13:38 - Oct 16 by BigManBlue

I know right.

How can anyone say this kind of slander when Boris is only trying his best?


Yeah. That wasn’t what I was suggesting.

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There really is no defending this on 13:42 - Oct 16 with 928 viewsBigManBlue

There really is no defending this on 13:40 - Oct 16 by NewcyBlue

Yeah. That wasn’t what I was suggesting.


Next time I'll surround my text with an [irony] fuzz...

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There really is no defending this on 15:01 - Oct 16 with 834 viewsBasuco

The big question is, who owns PestFix? And what is their connection to the Brexit campaign. (most of these dodgy contracts seem to have a link to the Brexit campaign)
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There really is no defending this on 15:05 - Oct 16 with 817 viewsjeera

And that is only one example of several isn't it.

Amazing where all this free money comes from.

Well it looks like a duck, it sounds like a duck. Nope, dunno what it is.
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There really is no defending this on 15:08 - Oct 16 with 808 viewsBigManBlue

There really is no defending this on 15:05 - Oct 16 by jeera

And that is only one example of several isn't it.

Amazing where all this free money comes from.


[irony] Thanik god Labour aren't spunking it all on benefits/broadband/anything in their manifesto. Phew. [irony]

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There really is no defending this on 15:16 - Oct 16 with 779 viewsjeera

There really is no defending this on 15:08 - Oct 16 by BigManBlue

[irony] Thanik god Labour aren't spunking it all on benefits/broadband/anything in their manifesto. Phew. [irony]


#magicmoneytree

Well it looks like a duck, it sounds like a duck. Nope, dunno what it is.
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There really is no defending this on 16:00 - Oct 16 with 715 viewsHalf_Idiot

There really is no defending this on 15:01 - Oct 16 by Basuco

The big question is, who owns PestFix? And what is their connection to the Brexit campaign. (most of these dodgy contracts seem to have a link to the Brexit campaign)


Mr Matthew John England. Without spending ages googling him I can't find any connections to the Tories so can only assume they have just picked someone with the most British sounding name.

https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/07868403/offi
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There really is no defending this on 16:17 - Oct 16 with 693 viewsSwansea_Blue

There really is no defending this on 16:00 - Oct 16 by Half_Idiot

Mr Matthew John England. Without spending ages googling him I can't find any connections to the Tories so can only assume they have just picked someone with the most British sounding name.

https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/07868403/offi


I suppose there's a chance they were awarded the contract as they were the only ones to submit a bid. I know some of these contracts have gone to companies with Tory links, but we can't rule out sheer incompetence as there seems so much of it on display.

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There really is no defending this on 16:49 - Oct 16 with 634 viewsYou_Bloo_Right

The contracts story and Pest Fix's involvement has been running since at least May/June (?) and back then the government said that, “For completeness, we should add that a number of further contracts have also been agreed with the interested party, full details of which will be published in the coming weeks”

So in four months that has moved right along and finally, at least five months after the legal deadline for reporting the details of the contracts awarded mid-April, more information has been released.

Doesn't look like incompetence to me - it looks like what it almost certainly is.

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There really is no defending this on 16:57 - Oct 16 with 611 viewslongtimefan

There really is no defending this on 16:17 - Oct 16 by Swansea_Blue

I suppose there's a chance they were awarded the contract as they were the only ones to submit a bid. I know some of these contracts have gone to companies with Tory links, but we can't rule out sheer incompetence as there seems so much of it on display.


Lord Lucan should have bid. He was using his Chinese contacts to source PPE earlier in the year wasn’t he? Or maybe he did. Hasn’t been around on here for a while
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There really is no defending this on 16:59 - Oct 16 with 605 viewsMullet

We used to laugh at countries as corrupt as this, or at least just sell them weapons....

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There really is no defending this on 17:24 - Oct 16 with 566 viewseireblue

See, what you have to understand, is this is an unprecedented situation, that no country could have foreseen, and so......well yes of course there was that exercise in planning in what to do in a pandemic, and there were recommendations, including stockpiling etc.., but when you ignore the things that were foreseen, and ignore that the recommendations that weren’t executed, then well, you know, errr get behind your country, Dunkirk spirit, errrr mumble.
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There really is no defending this on 18:07 - Oct 16 with 496 viewsNewcyBlue

There really is no defending this on 13:42 - Oct 16 by BigManBlue

Next time I'll surround my text with an [irony] fuzz...


Apologies. I’m tired.

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