Seems a nice, genuine fella, making very good points - I wish him and his causes well.
Just a couple of things - we do not know the circumstances but I wonder why his mum had 5 children that she could not afford, surely she'd have worked out after 2 or 3 that she couldn't afford any more. Many of us stopped having kids when we worked out how difficult it would be to bring them all up.
The other thing - he tweeted about people having their water disconnected - but apparently that is impossible.
As I said I wish him well, but these two things just jumped out at me.
It was/is there for the taking, but Corbyn is simply unelectable. Far too much of a risk, economically and security so it looks like its going to be the Tories again, largely due to the lack of a viable alternative.
Well organised and hard working but nothing special at all. Thought their centre back had a good game and Akinfenwa was a handful but they hooked the ball out of play several times and hardly strung any passes together. Hard to beat esp when they set up for a draw with the hope of nicking a win, as they did last night, but generally distinctly average.
when an announcement is made. That indicates he is waiting until after this weekend's play offs, which indicates that Hurst has always been the No1 choice. Could be wrong of course and a dangerous game if Hurst turns us down, but ME is not stupid so I reckon an agreement is already in place. It would also explain the Ross situation - if Hurst was not No1, Ross would have been offered terms by now.