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Definitely against Hirst now
at 13:58 16 Aug 2022

I can't believe at 23 he is likely to break through at Leicester, so I assume it will be down to his ambition and wanting to play every week with a permanent club, not a continual loanee.
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Put it another way.....
at 10:22 16 Aug 2022

I agree with you. It does feel there is another striker/attacking option to come. Ladapo was a Mick signing. Safe, proven but not going to win you the league.

Maybe McKenna thinks he's Pep and doesn't need more than one No.9 and will just have 3 or 4 buzzing around up top.
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The "new striker dilemma"....
at 10:17 16 Aug 2022

I agree we need another option, as we feel a player light especially without a loan window to fall back on.

I guess it's convincing a player he will get enough game time here, especially if it is only a loan.
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Could be reason behind hold up with Hirst..
at 10:11 16 Aug 2022

You'd assume if we are in for him, we would already know if he wants to come here or not. Discussions with agents would have taken place ages ago. We wouldn't be wasting our time otherwise.

It's a big "IF" though, as with most of our transfers this summer they have pretty much come out of nowhere. It wouldn't shock me to see another 'surprise' from McKenna/Ashton.

I do think we are one player light up top, just not sure what that player is.
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The "new striker dilemma"....
at 10:09 16 Aug 2022

On 3, hasn't Ladapo just proven with Rotherham he can do it all season?
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This is likely to be the answer to the energy cap taken up by Tories
at 08:48 16 Aug 2022

As I said, why it will likely happen. The perfect Tory policy.

Reward the soon to die, penalise the young.
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Tuesday morning political idiocy - Banana Republics edition
at 06:59 16 Aug 2022

From our GOP friends across the pond

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This is likely to be the answer to the energy cap taken up by Tories
at 06:55 16 Aug 2022

Would not be surprised at all if this is where we end up with the energy cap.

It fits the Tory/Liz Truss model of private companies driving the change and it not being seen as a ‘handout’

4 of the 5 energy companies have agreed to it, which appears significant.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2022/aug/15/centrica-and-octopus-back-plan-
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Ha - Trump had his passports seized by the FBI
at 06:00 16 Aug 2022

Laura Ingraham broke ranks last night and said maybe its time to turn the page on Trump

Could be a pivotal moment
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Ha - Trump had his passports seized by the FBI
at 23:18 15 Aug 2022

It does feel like an AG doing his job as he should do, without leak and without drama for 18 months.

Building his case and then ‘bang’.

I did see a GOP Senator saying at the weekend that Trump could still run a Presidential Campaign from prison if he got a short sentence. They are cultish deluded
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Nunez having an absolute mare for Liverpool
at 22:16 15 Aug 2022

Liverpool fans were trying to argue it was chest to chest.

The Sky replay suggests otherwise 😳
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Ha - Trump had his passports seized by the FBI
at 22:00 15 Aug 2022

And the peril increases…

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Ha - Trump had his passports seized by the FBI
at 21:55 15 Aug 2022

One was his Presidential/Diplomatic which he should have returned on leaving and was part of the classified docs seized

One was expired and the other is apparently his current passport.

Flight risk protocol applied it looks like?

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Lol
at 17:15 15 Aug 2022

Although in financial terms, Norwich are the big team in their league.
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So given McKenna comment on Burton physicality…
at 17:08 15 Aug 2022

Burton have of course conceded 13 goals already this season.

They should be worried about us.
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Well said Starmer
at 14:57 15 Aug 2022

Yes, that's the point I was trying to make and you have made much better :)

Current profits for a utility company are around £35 in a £1971 price cap. They aren't the issue here, but are the easy target.

Also, Liz Truss's grand plan of cutting VAT (is only £94) and green tariff (only £160) of the £1971 is equally as unhelpful.

Starmer's plan is right, but being in opposition he has no hope of getting Tories to take it
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Apparently getting rid of Boris means we should all suffer
at 14:23 15 Aug 2022

I can see them and the ERG having a West-Side Story dance-off for most xenophobic tossers
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4 day working week
at 14:10 15 Aug 2022

Jacob Rees-Mogg will be pleased to hear it is an official Civil Service position to offer it to employees.
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Well said Starmer
at 14:09 15 Aug 2022

I don't think nationalising the utility companies is the answer, as the high costs are coming from the suppliers to them?

More control I agree, but I don't think we need a national utility company. It will just be run by Serco and Tory donors.
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Apparently getting rid of Boris means we should all suffer
at 14:07 15 Aug 2022

The Bruges group officially support Liz Truss of course, as she has displayed more swivel-eyed lunacy so far.
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