Home Secretary Priti Patel tells @NinaWarhurst that high levels of poverty can't be blamed solely on the government. She was visiting Barrow-in-Furness where, according to @CumbriaCC , central wards of the town are some of the most deprived in the country. pic.twitter.com/XgV9cRThGX
Would fight off competition from Walsall and Tranmere to bring in a 19 year old left-winger from Cork with a big future ahead of him. Lambert doesn't seem able to pull off the same sort of transfer coup. Disappointing. You'd think in these international breaks he could be making a few phone calls.
More muddled thinking in my opinion. Really difficult to see how Roy is selected ahead of Pope in the middle order now. Read on a cricinfo article (I think) recently that Surrey wouldn't dream of picking Roy ahead of Pope for red ball cricket.
bit of advice - a while ago there was a thread on here with someone asking for advice on laptops and someone posted a link to a 'build your own laptop' (not literally) site, where you could choose all the specs. Can't remember who it was and can't find the thread - if you are still out there could you repost a link?
And generally are there any advantages of doing this over a more traditional branded laptop (lenovo/Asus etc)?
Is Donald Trump Junior's new book title. Would recommend that some of the snowflakey lefty triggered snowflakes on here have a read of it, if you don't get the pages too wet with your melting lefty snow.
Will lose a no confidence vote in September, replaced with a centrist cross-party government of national unity led by Starmer etc. who will facilitate a second referendum. Can't really see any other outcome now, given Boris and the EU aren't going back down from their respective positions, and there have got to be enough tories would happily bring that lot down to stop no deal. If Corbyn was a credible leader they would think twice about it, but the threat of a Corbyn government is too small to stop them.