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Sorry to those of you that were around in 1978, but the FA Cup is pointless...
at 13:12 11 Nov 2019

Semi is about the best I can hope for these days.
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Sounds like Farage is about to hand the election to Johnson
at 13:11 11 Nov 2019

What Labour needs know is the Hurst bounce effect.
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Players YOU always wished we had signed
at 15:45 8 Nov 2019

Way too many to list!

I wish we had kept Dalian Atkinson.
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Players YOU always wished we had signed
at 14:26 8 Nov 2019

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The Electoral Commission ought to be having a look at these fellas
at 09:37 8 Nov 2019

As I've said before, it's like choosing between Keane, Jewell and Hurst.
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11m Brazilians believe the Earth is flat
at 15:15 6 Nov 2019

If you tell me Father Christmas doesn't exist - that's it.
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This election campaign can only get worse
at 16:55 5 Nov 2019

Where's the fake one?
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Very sad but.....the fact that his friend, a 9 year old, tried to administer CPR
at 16:53 5 Nov 2019

for 10 minutes is amazing.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-50301786
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Anyone catch the Radio 4 piece this morning about Reprieve taking
at 10:28 5 Nov 2019

legal proceedings against the UK Gov.

It appears there has been something that allows MI5 and agents to commit 'illegal' acts in their anti-terrorism work.

Somewhat scary as there is no oversight or judicial review. In effect, it would appear an agent 'could' murder, torture in the name of National Security. This was countered by saying that each and every case is reviewed on merit to see if said agent is allowed to 'undertake' each illegal action but - bloody scary all the same (although I am not entirely surpised).

Looks like this has been rumbling around for a while.

https://reprieve.org.uk/press/tribunal-to-consider-whether-mi5-covert-agents-can
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Tickets booked for the Blackpool game
at 09:05 5 Nov 2019

Will you be in the Dignitas sponsored seating?
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Threat level reduced
at 15:44 4 Nov 2019

There's an additional admin charge for that.
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Farage on the attack?
at 15:11 1 Nov 2019

Labour is the only party, as I understand it, offering a 2nd ref.

Lib Dems plan to revoke Article 50 entirely and the Tories are carrying on regardless.
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Farage on the attack?
at 14:54 1 Nov 2019

Potentially not - it appears those that have traditionally voted Labour in a GE but have voted to leave the EU are possibly going to vote for the Tories or not vote in the GE at all, they appear quite dejected with Corbyn and/ or Labours lack of stance on how it would pitch leaving the EU if they had a 2nd ref.
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Farage on the attack?
at 14:46 1 Nov 2019

You'd hope so Joe but in this day and age, I'm not so sure.

Quite a few people appear to also be thinking of not voting at all - turnout could be very low.
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Polls (utterly worthless as we all know) but...
at 14:19 1 Nov 2019

Evening Standard has Johnson 17 points ahead

The Guardian is showing a 14 day tracker of all GB polls....in the most recent (last few days) the Tories are between 11 and 17 points ahead.

My vote is going to be another 'wasted' vote this election and now, more than ever, it needs to count.
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Simon Milton has been busy
at 14:15 1 Nov 2019

https://www.westminsterutc.co.uk/about-us/
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Farage on the attack?
at 14:00 1 Nov 2019

Not that polls are anything that can, nowadays, be relied upon.

But it's mightily scary that places that have been traditional Labour heartlands (Middlesboro for example) are seeing large numbers of people voting Conservative for the first time.

Genuinely worrying that we could end up with BoJo in place with a majority. I'd argue him continuing as PM is even worse than any Brexit.
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Who is the most famous person you've had an email from?
at 13:35 1 Nov 2019

Automatic reply
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Bit election fun
at 15:34 30 Oct 2019

The scale used isn't merely how the results are arrived at, they'll be weighting going on at the very least.
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The whole Brexit debacle has really magnified people
at 15:33 30 Oct 2019

The bigger issue is not that people have differing opinions or opinions and views others cannot see/ fathom.

People have lost the ability/ art of both listening, discussing and debating. Listening in particular is something people no longer do well. They are happy to share (shout) their views and fight for the right to share their views but are diametrically opposed to even listening (regardless of whether they agree or not) with anyone else.
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