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Trump appears to be wanting to be the new Cilla Black
at 08:47 16 Oct 2019

Surprise Surprise!

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Mick’s Ireland.
at 20:34 15 Oct 2019

Interview before the game.

-matching them up to keep it tight
- don’t want to be 1 down in the first 20 minutes
- pitch will suit our tactics

MM then abandons matching up within 20 minutes when it is clear his players can’t match theirs...
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Lawerence and Bennett avoided jail
at 16:51 15 Oct 2019

They left the scene of the accident too. That is the difference
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Lawerence and Bennett avoided jail
at 13:12 15 Oct 2019

Because probation officers said they worried they would struggle in jail. Diddums.

Woefully weak from the judge

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/oct/15/derby-tom-lawrence-mason-bennet
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Labours silent coup
at 14:43 13 Oct 2019

Anyone who is seen to go against Corbyn will get the same treatment. Watson, now McDonnell.

Corbyn is increasingly isolated in his Brexit views from those who pay the bills for Labour. Its only a matter of time
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Labours silent coup
at 09:41 13 Oct 2019

A fairly open secret during the last 18 months to anyone in Westminster. Its simply all about the timing now

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This American woman who fled after killing the young lad.
at 14:34 7 Oct 2019

She wasn’t working. This immunity is carried from her husband.

With the media naming them, they have probably removed the already slim chance of her being returned.
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This American woman who fled after killing the young lad.
at 14:30 7 Oct 2019

No. Every indication so far they will not entertain it in the slightest.

Her husband working for the ‘intelligence community’ just complicates things more
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Jon Lansman: he can hear himself can’t he?
at 13:56 23 Sep 2019

Agree, the infighting between different factions of Labour is pathetic, not just from Watson.

The hypocrisy from Lansman is rather amusing though
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Jeremy Corbyn's Labour an existential threat to......
at 13:49 23 Sep 2019

Agree. This is about the charitable status and they are using a bigger threat to see changes to that.
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Free tickets for the great Labour race to the bottom
at 13:48 23 Sep 2019

They needed £250m to get through the next 3 weeks.

They needed £1.15bn extra cash to get through the next 12 months and had £1.7bn of debt already on top

Their business was broken and i support the call for criminal proceedings against those in charge of companies that find themselves in this position
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Jon Lansman: he can hear himself can’t he?
at 13:44 23 Sep 2019



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Bercow resigning (n/t)
at 16:58 9 Sep 2019

I shared a few drinks and couple of hours of frank discussion with him a few of months ago and he is a genuinely nice person.

Principled, honest and frankly probably too open for his own good. He has some tales to tell thats for sure!
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Cowley Brothers on their way to Huddersfield
at 16:55 9 Sep 2019

Their style hasn’t adapted that much though from the highlights i’d seen and their fans still see them as very direct.

My surprise is Huddersfield has been built on neat passing football for the last 5 seasons or so and their recruitment supports it 100%. Cowleys are nowhere near that ethos.

Will be an interesting journey thats for sure.
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BA pilots
at 15:10 9 Sep 2019

Well BA would say that. Any new pilot is £35kish and they have a huge influx of them on inferior pensions right now

£100k figure will also include allowances and benefits so is a little misleading
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BA pilots
at 13:57 9 Sep 2019

Captains might start to get near £100k+ and some of the senior Captains, with training and other leadership responsibilities get nearer £200k.

Newer BA pilots are on about £35k and have £100k of training debt to pay back.

The issue is they took paycuts and benefit cuts during the bad times, but now the parent group is making near £2bn profit they haven’t seen any return despite being promised that back then.

A few of my pilot friends work for BA and i fully support them.

11.9% is over 3 years, so about 4% a year and doesn’t take into account inflation etc. So maybe about 1.5% a year above inflation. It’s not that much.

The cost of the 3 days of strike action is way more than settling the dispute
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BA pilots
at 13:51 9 Sep 2019

No.

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Johnson now rejecting No Deal
at 10:44 9 Sep 2019

This is very good.

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Cowley Brothers on their way to Huddersfield
at 10:42 9 Sep 2019

Journo now saying it is back on and Lincoln have accepted resignation
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Steve Smith - the best batsman since The Don?
at 10:41 9 Sep 2019

His weakness is sandpaper surely?
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