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The truth about Jeremy Corbyn, and why you should vote for him ahead of Boris
at 13:02 4 Dec 2019

Not really sure why I'm posting this, those that need to read it won't.
Ah well, worth a shot. It's a very good article.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/dec/01/the-corbyn-i-know-is-a-rar
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Classic comedy
at 12:47 4 Dec 2019

They don't make 'em like The Two Ronnies anymore.

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Is it wrong that I a little bit fancy Jo Swinson?
at 14:25 3 Dec 2019

n/t
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You know how you all love polls?
at 13:40 3 Dec 2019

Even the Torygraph is saying Corbyn is closing in on Boris, with the gap now down to single figures.

Come on Labour!!!

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/12/03/general-election-2019-opinion-po
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Good
at 13:47 2 Dec 2019

Labour cut Tory lead in several polls as Boris Johnson denounced by London Bridge victim's father for 'vile propaganda'

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/general-election-news-live-boris-
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More disgraceful journalism from our right wing press
at 14:56 28 Nov 2019

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/11/27/jeremy-corbyn-dodges-tv-debates-

The headline: Jeremy Corbyn dodges TV debates after disastrous Andrew Neil interview.

Further down the article itself: Sky sources confirmed they had called off the programme after both Boris Johnson and Mr Corbyn declined to take part... Mr Corbyn will instead appear in a Channel 4 debate on climate change this evening.

Unbelievable. How are they allowed to get away with this?
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So rather than destroying us, economists and academics back Labour spending plan
at 13:51 26 Nov 2019

The Financial Times reports 163 signatories say not only do they back Labour's spending plans but the party ‘deserves to form the next government.’

But then, what do experts know?

https://amp.ft.com/content/d29b4cbe-0fa4-11ea-a225-db2f231cfeae?__twitter_impres
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Stewart Lee - Reasons To Vote Conservative
at 18:20 25 Nov 2019

I'll just leave this here. Have a good evening everyone!

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If you've won successive Prem/European titles with Ipswich on Football Manager
at 17:34 19 Nov 2019

there could be a job for you at the club for real!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/article/8536ba52-8c2e-4bc8-aa12-5a9fa0b7f199
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So are you all watching the Boris v Jeremy showdown tonight?
at 14:22 19 Nov 2019

I'll be watching, mainly to see if Boris makes an almighty cock-up.
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Can anyone recommend a nice office chair?
at 13:04 18 Nov 2019

Not for the office, at home, but something nice and comfortable for sitting at my desk writing... but also stylish.

I'm a bit clueless as to where to start looking.
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Wel this is all kinds of wrong/weirdness
at 16:24 14 Nov 2019

Enjoy.


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Glassers, you been up to your old tricks again?
at 11:28 13 Nov 2019

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This must be one of the best songs every written
at 14:58 11 Nov 2019



Just perfect.
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Jesus, a quick flick through TWTD this morning
at 07:50 6 Nov 2019

and one would be forgiven for thinking we lost last night.
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Can we believe anything the Tories say?
at 12:44 5 Nov 2019

A government plan to create 200,000 new homes in England for first-time buyers has resulted in no homes being built, the National Audit Office has found. Announced in 2014, "starter homes" were meant to be aimed at those under the age of 40 and sold at a 20% discount.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-50296672

Why are people even contemplating voting for these barefaced liars?
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I bet the Tories would make this policy if they could get away with it
at 10:30 4 Nov 2019

A Conservative general election candidate has apologised for a Facebook post in which she said people on the TV show Benefits Street needed "putting down".

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-50283520
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Anyone due to be in London between now and Dec 8th and likes art stuff
at 14:59 29 Oct 2019

...this is worth checking out.

An immersive light/laser installation in the Strand... just went for a look in my lunch break and it's pretty cool considering it's free.

3 main rooms - the last one visualises animal noises in various parts of the world (like you're in the middle of a jungle... but with a sort of graphic equaliser showing all the sounds on the walls, which are also tagged with the names of the individual birds etc). I could've stayed an hour in that bit alone.

I've heard it's mega busy on weekends and evenings for obvious reasons, so you might want to avoid then if you can.

One thing London does very well is art.

https://thenudge.com/london-things-to-do/laser-art/
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Crikey this place is depressing
at 15:04 24 Oct 2019

I'm off. Hope some of you get a cuddle soon.
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Can anyone recommend some relaxing, lyric-free music
at 15:32 22 Oct 2019

to block out the outside world, but not too distracting so you can still do your work?
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