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Unsurprising. 18:02 - Nov 19 with 1214 viewscatch74

Inquiry 'found Priti Patel broke behaviour rules' https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-55007122

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Unsurprising. on 18:06 - Nov 19 with 879 viewsBlueBadger

'They added that the investigation had found evidence of bullying, even if it had not been intentional.'


Oh, it was intentional.

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Unsurprising. on 18:07 - Nov 19 with 879 viewsSteve_M

I'm shocked that Minister previously sacked for breaking Ministerial rules has again broken very clear rules.

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Unsurprising. on 18:09 - Nov 19 with 876 viewsfactual_blue

Unsurprising. on 18:07 - Nov 19 by Steve_M

I'm shocked that Minister previously sacked for breaking Ministerial rules has again broken very clear rules.


And let's not forget that she's also had two (or is it three?) strikes against her for bullying, each resulting in substantial payouts by the Departments concerned.

An honourable member of a morally upright and honest Cabinet would resign.


She'll be staying then.

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Unsurprising. on 18:26 - Nov 19 with 835 viewsFixed_It

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Blunt and to the point. But sadly, perhaps unsurprisingly, no response...

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Unsurprising. on 18:27 - Nov 19 with 834 viewsHARRY10

It is a true reflection of the Tory Party that they can consistently find these odious women

From Thatcher through to Porter, Currie, Widdecombe, Leadsom we see vile harridans who do not appear to have a single spark of empathy for others, and seem only intent on demonstrating what a bunch of cnts they all are
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Unsurprising. on 18:36 - Nov 19 with 814 viewsBlueBadger

Unsurprising. on 18:27 - Nov 19 by HARRY10

It is a true reflection of the Tory Party that they can consistently find these odious women

From Thatcher through to Porter, Currie, Widdecombe, Leadsom we see vile harridans who do not appear to have a single spark of empathy for others, and seem only intent on demonstrating what a bunch of cnts they all are


In all fairness, they're a magnet for odious people irrespective of their age, sex or ethnic background.

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Unsurprising. on 18:39 - Nov 19 with 803 viewsSwansea_Blue

Unsurprising. on 18:27 - Nov 19 by HARRY10

It is a true reflection of the Tory Party that they can consistently find these odious women

From Thatcher through to Porter, Currie, Widdecombe, Leadsom we see vile harridans who do not appear to have a single spark of empathy for others, and seem only intent on demonstrating what a bunch of cnts they all are


Sounds sexist when you put it like that, but you're right. They are vile women. Although in fairness the same can be said for many of the men in this team of talentless sycophants.

I always thought we'd struggle to get a more vindictive Home Sec than May. I'm not sure if I've been proved wrong just yet as May's damage is still being felt by families. But on the face of it Patel is certainly putting in a good effort to be the top bitch.

I wonder what her parents think (assuming they're still alive). Proud that she's climbed the greasy pole, or disgusted that she publically attacks people very much like them and would have denied them the opportunities they benefited from. In hindsight maybe we should have had a Home Sec like Patel at the time her parents did move here - would have done us a favour in the long run!

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Unsurprising. on 18:47 - Nov 19 with 777 viewsSwansea_Blue

Unsurprising. on 18:36 - Nov 19 by BlueBadger

In all fairness, they're a magnet for odious people irrespective of their age, sex or ethnic background.


I've always felt they've been a magnet for people 'not like me'. It's why they've been a focus for comedy sketches, like Harry Enfield's Tory Boy. But this current bunch have really excelled themselves at courting the worst of the homophobes, xenophobes, racists, misogynists and misandrists that the UK has to offer. Or formerly known as UKIPpers.

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Unsurprising. on 18:48 - Nov 19 with 769 viewsOldsmoker

Always struck me as a smug g*t.
I'm sure she's used the "Do you know who I am?" before.
One of those people, like Trump, who won't get the punishment they deserve.

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Unsurprising. on 19:01 - Nov 19 with 729 viewsHerbivore

Equally unsurprising:



This is what happens when you give sociopaths an 80 seat majority. A pox on this Tory government and a pox on anyone who voted for them.

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Unsurprising. on 06:45 - Nov 20 with 590 viewsGlasgowBlue

Unsurprising. on 18:06 - Nov 19 by BlueBadger

'They added that the investigation had found evidence of bullying, even if it had not been intentional.'


Oh, it was intentional.


How do you unintentionally bully somebody. I suppose she either lacks self awareness or considers her actions normal. Either way, she’s a nasty piece of work. But Johnson won’t sack her. He doesn’t care about decency.

Absolute shower.
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Unsurprising. on 06:50 - Nov 20 with 563 viewsbluelagos

Unsurprising. on 06:45 - Nov 20 by GlasgowBlue

How do you unintentionally bully somebody. I suppose she either lacks self awareness or considers her actions normal. Either way, she’s a nasty piece of work. But Johnson won’t sack her. He doesn’t care about decency.

Absolute shower.
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Any government with an once of decency wouodn't have her within a 100 miles of it, previously sacked too but hey, she's a Brexit cheerleader so all good for Boris.

As an aside Glassers, what's happening north of the border? Sounds like Nichola is starting to shift opinions towards independence? What's your take?

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Unsurprising. on 07:10 - Nov 20 with 553 viewsGlasgowBlue

Unsurprising. on 06:50 - Nov 20 by bluelagos

Any government with an once of decency wouodn't have her within a 100 miles of it, previously sacked too but hey, she's a Brexit cheerleader so all good for Boris.

As an aside Glassers, what's happening north of the border? Sounds like Nichola is starting to shift opinions towards independence? What's your take?


There was a big shift towards independence but the latest polls have calmed down and it’s now back within the margin of error.

Sturgeon is a communicator, unlike Johnson. She’s on the TV every day without fail, talking to the Scottish people. Her approval rating for handling the virus is in complete contrast with Johnson’s. yet there is barely a fag paper between what and when she and Johnson have introduced measures to control it.

Care home deaths have been at a far higher rate than England and the Scottish government tried to block access to the numbers under FOI. The same PPE issues affected NHS Scotland despite being devolved. The Scottish Health Secretary’s partner is a director of a Company which lobbied to get students back early. It’s a mirror of what yiu are seeing down there.

Slovakia has a population of 5,457,926 with 491 Covid deaths. Scotland has a population of 5.454,000 with 3,280 deaths. Yet the general public up here believe she has done a good job.

Then you have the first minister going to court to over rule parliament with regards to the alleged Salmond cover up. Yet Johnson would love her approval ratings.

Journalists who write unsympathetic articles are bullied and harassed by what are known as cyber nats. Some have lost their jobs after pressure from the nats.

But as a said at the beginning, she is a great communicator. Wave a Saltire up here and you can get away with anything.
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“A man must be excessively stupid, as well as uncharitable, who believes that there is no virtue but on his own side, and that there are not men as honest as himself who may differ from him in political principles”.
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Unsurprising. on 08:30 - Nov 20 with 485 viewsbluelagos

Unsurprising. on 07:10 - Nov 20 by GlasgowBlue

There was a big shift towards independence but the latest polls have calmed down and it’s now back within the margin of error.

Sturgeon is a communicator, unlike Johnson. She’s on the TV every day without fail, talking to the Scottish people. Her approval rating for handling the virus is in complete contrast with Johnson’s. yet there is barely a fag paper between what and when she and Johnson have introduced measures to control it.

Care home deaths have been at a far higher rate than England and the Scottish government tried to block access to the numbers under FOI. The same PPE issues affected NHS Scotland despite being devolved. The Scottish Health Secretary’s partner is a director of a Company which lobbied to get students back early. It’s a mirror of what yiu are seeing down there.

Slovakia has a population of 5,457,926 with 491 Covid deaths. Scotland has a population of 5.454,000 with 3,280 deaths. Yet the general public up here believe she has done a good job.

Then you have the first minister going to court to over rule parliament with regards to the alleged Salmond cover up. Yet Johnson would love her approval ratings.

Journalists who write unsympathetic articles are bullied and harassed by what are known as cyber nats. Some have lost their jobs after pressure from the nats.

But as a said at the beginning, she is a great communicator. Wave a Saltire up here and you can get away with anything.
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Cheers.

One obvious difference, and driver around Nichola v BJ popularity, is surely that when the Scottish health bod was caught breaking lockdown rules she was out on her ear in a day or so. Cummings hung around 6 months completely undermining all public health messaging.
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Unsurprising. on 08:48 - Nov 20 with 483 viewsitfcjoe

Unsurprising. on 06:45 - Nov 20 by GlasgowBlue

How do you unintentionally bully somebody. I suppose she either lacks self awareness or considers her actions normal. Either way, she’s a nasty piece of work. But Johnson won’t sack her. He doesn’t care about decency.

Absolute shower.
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Would have been a good opportunity for Johnson to get Javid back onto the front bench now that Cummings and his demands re advisers were gone.

Nasty piece of work is right, she shouldn't be anywhere near a top job after what she was sacked for previously, let alone her attitude and ideals.

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Unsurprising. on 08:50 - Nov 20 with 468 viewsMonkeyAlan

They didn't like the fact they have had it cushy for years. A new boss comes in, waves a big stick and they all cry like babies.
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Unsurprising. on 08:50 - Nov 20 with 469 viewshype313

If Boris really wanted to do the Great reset then removing her along with Cain and Cummings would have been quite the statement.

But as usual, he will weasel out of firing her, as he is probably being bullied by her.

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Unsurprising. on 08:52 - Nov 20 with 460 viewsHerbivore

Unsurprising. on 08:50 - Nov 20 by MonkeyAlan

They didn't like the fact they have had it cushy for years. A new boss comes in, waves a big stick and they all cry like babies.


This dickhead routine is really tiresome.

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Unsurprising. on 08:56 - Nov 20 with 461 viewsSomethingBlue

Bullying is absolutely fine according to Ipswich's member of parliament.



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Unsurprising. on 09:03 - Nov 20 with 408 viewsbluelagos

Unsurprising. on 08:56 - Nov 20 by SomethingBlue

Bullying is absolutely fine according to Ipswich's member of parliament.



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Why is this being spun as an either or? It seems perfectly feasible that the home office were un helpful and that she behaved in an unacceptable manner.

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Unsurprising. on 09:04 - Nov 20 with 412 viewstractorboyjames

Unsurprising. on 18:39 - Nov 19 by Swansea_Blue

Sounds sexist when you put it like that, but you're right. They are vile women. Although in fairness the same can be said for many of the men in this team of talentless sycophants.

I always thought we'd struggle to get a more vindictive Home Sec than May. I'm not sure if I've been proved wrong just yet as May's damage is still being felt by families. But on the face of it Patel is certainly putting in a good effort to be the top bitch.

I wonder what her parents think (assuming they're still alive). Proud that she's climbed the greasy pole, or disgusted that she publically attacks people very much like them and would have denied them the opportunities they benefited from. In hindsight maybe we should have had a Home Sec like Patel at the time her parents did move here - would have done us a favour in the long run!


Complains about her being nasty....makes nasty comment.
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Unsurprising. on 09:04 - Nov 20 with 402 viewsHerbivore

Unsurprising. on 08:56 - Nov 20 by SomethingBlue

Bullying is absolutely fine according to Ipswich's member of parliament.



[Post edited 20 Nov 2020 8:57]


All of the weasels are out in force defending her today.

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Unsurprising. on 09:04 - Nov 20 with 410 viewsDanTheMan

Unsurprising. on 09:03 - Nov 20 by bluelagos

Why is this being spun as an either or? It seems perfectly feasible that the home office were un helpful and that she behaved in an unacceptable manner.


You know who I don't want to help at work?

People who are abusive.

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Unsurprising. on 09:05 - Nov 20 with 406 viewsDanTheMan

Unsurprising. on 09:04 - Nov 20 by tractorboyjames

Complains about her being nasty....makes nasty comment.


Difference being this is an internet forum, and she is a minister at her place of work.

You might notice these two things are very different.

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Unsurprising. on 09:18 - Nov 20 with 374 viewsbluelagos

Unsurprising. on 09:04 - Nov 20 by DanTheMan

You know who I don't want to help at work?

People who are abusive.


Indeed.

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