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Own up, lobbed the bottle at the injury faking prick in our box?
at 18:23 14 Dec 2019

Up arrow in error. I don't condone this type of stuff. Now undone.



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Campaign for a fairer voting system
at 12:19 14 Dec 2019

There was a referendum on the AV in 2011. Turnout was 42% and those that did bother voting emphatically said no.
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Something like 15 Million registered voters....
at 15:51 13 Dec 2019

I abstained. Consciously.

I don't trust Boris or the Tories after prorogation. My constituency is Hancock who is a hypocrite and a sycophant.

I think Corbyn would have destroyed the economy.

I like the thought of Swinson but FPTP doesn't favour the lib dems and her Brexit stance wasn't remotely pragmatic.

The greens are anti nuclear. Which I think is fundamentally wrong.

The only person I agree with and like is Nicola Sturgeon, ridiculously. Sadly there was no SNP candidate in West Suffolk!
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Lambert is right : the negatitvity is incredible
at 15:44 13 Dec 2019

I went and saw Cambridge play Plymouth last week and Cambridge played excellent football. Calm on the ball, direct but varied and mostly on the floor.

We should be 10 points clear. This league is pretty weak and our squad is pretty strong and deep. Don't go up and their should be some massive questions over management.
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Those blaming Corbyn
at 10:55 13 Dec 2019

Agree. Corbyn failed to appeal to cohorts of people on a number of issues. His position on Brexit made sense to the politically enlightened but to the average chap on the street it appeared indecisive. He irrefutably lacked credibility on the economy as seen by a huge jump in the markets.

Labour need to stop being so introspective and try to appeal beyond votes it's already won. You aren't going to make a dent into Tory seats and floating voters talking about nationalisation. I know this is unpopular on here but the Corbyn and Labour infatuation is not shared by the nation, demonstrably.
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Well- thats my wife and kids applying for Irish passports in the morning...
at 23:28 12 Dec 2019

I'm a fully paid up member to stopping Brexit for economic reasons. However, visas simply isn't one.
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Well- thats my wife and kids applying for Irish passports in the morning...
at 23:23 12 Dec 2019

You mean the visa waiver which is not a visa?

More countries you don't need a visa:
Japan
UAE
Mauritius
Malaysia
Hong Kong
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Well- thats my wife and kids applying for Irish passports in the morning...
at 23:20 12 Dec 2019

Maybe but probably not. I've been to Singapore and Indonesia this year a couple of times. Neither of which are in the EU and neither of which require a visa or more than 5 minutes in customs.
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Scotland anybody?
at 23:07 12 Dec 2019

I like Sturgeon. Fully understand any Scots voting for her and by proxy, Independence. I would have actually voted for the SNP if they sat in my constituency.
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Matt Hancock update
at 13:47 12 Dec 2019

Tweeted praising the improvement works to Newmarket A&E, which doesn't have an A&E. Locally, signposts actually specifically say 'No A&E'.

The irony being that this a hospital in his constituency and he is the health secretary.

https://www.eadt.co.uk/news/2019-general-election-hancock-hospital-blunder-1-641



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Lunchtime classic
at 12:55 11 Dec 2019

Tartare being the only acceptable answer, of course.
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Nationalisation of the Railways
at 12:54 11 Dec 2019

Agree. I think it's fantasy. National rail is publicly owned and it's been a disaster of late. Perpetual can kicking on cross-rail and the absolute horlicks of the timetable rescheduling.
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Your daily reminder that the Tories and their press are lying to you
at 19:02 10 Dec 2019

I take issue with them being conflicted as the finding they are reporting on involves their own employee.

Imagine if the mail on Sunday or Torygraph did this. Everyone would point this out and discredit the article.

I know the Guardian is like a cult on here for some but it doesn't mean it's beyond pointing out something that is irrefutably true.

Now that you here, would you like to donate?
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Your daily reminder that the Tories and their press are lying to you
at 07:37 10 Dec 2019

The Guardian reporting that the Tories have misled the public on a report edited by a Guardian columnist. No conflict there then.
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Frankie Boyle sums it up nicely
at 07:08 10 Dec 2019

It's relevant if Scotland will have indy ref 2 if Brexit goes through. Scotland would almost certainly back it.

Breaking up 300 years of union because Steve from Woking thinks 'wE ShUd JuST LEavE, HoW haRd Is IT?' seems foolhardy.
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Crumbling schools
at 21:04 8 Dec 2019

They'll be fine when they are nationalised.
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Would you prefer we went for it and risked losing?
at 08:39 8 Dec 2019

We seem to have lots of early chances go 1-0 up and then waste a few more chances. Then invariably the opposition score with their first decent chance and then we draw.

In summary we need to be more clinical. Not miss loads of chances and then blame the ref.
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Annual reminder that this happened
at 13:26 6 Dec 2019

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-22381593
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Labour's plans for the trains.
at 12:57 6 Dec 2019

Lovely part of the world.

The 5 bells in Rattlesden is up there with the best pubs in Suffolk. Don't think any beer is over £3.
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Coventry away - Burger advice
at 06:47 6 Dec 2019

Pretty sure they've just opened a Brewdog around there too.
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