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[Politics] Tory meltdown finally arrived [was: incoming]...



nicko31

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Gods country fortnightly






nicko31

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Gods country fortnightly
Hope I'm wrong but got this feeling Johnson is going to wriggle off the hook again, the client journalists already have their witch hunt stories ready...
 


Guinness Boy

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I find your last sentence very offensive.

It's not the sort of language that should be used on a public forum especially associated with a family orientated football club.

Where are the moderators. You should be censured.
I know this is controversial but I can't understand why we spend so much money keeping people, young and old, alive when they have no quality of life. One little injection in the right circumstances would save billions.

Also I dont get it that people get free prescriptions at 60 when they are still working. People should pay for their prescriptions unless they are on benefits.

I also get fed up with getting letters from my doctor inviting me in for screening for things I have little chance of having. I'd rather they treat the sick and save money for those in urgent need.
Oh dear. Looks like I have to ban both of you or neither of you.

As for “family oriented football club” and the “won’t somebody think of the children” drivel you wrote on your post report, you should probably be aware that NSC is mostly made up of middle aged men who’ve spent their lives swearing at referees and / or Wilf Zaha and the politics threads contain a small and regular sub-set of the same. 👍
 






Hugo Rune

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Today is a great opportunity for Politicians to boot Johnson out of parliament with the intention that he takes the ‘all Politicians are liars’ or ‘they are all the same’ dogma with him.

My hope is that he is suspended, 10% of voters petition and a by election is called. Then we can all watch him lose his seat again as the buffoon goes for re-election.

Just like historians talk of ‘William Pit the younger’, it’s important that he is always known as ‘Boris Johnson the Liar’. If the committee get it right today, that should be possible.
 




WATFORD zero

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Well only time will tell, we will have to see. I make the comparison because I see the ERG as a small (20-30) group of right wing MP’s who have been a constant problem for their party often derailing policy. It’s only my view but I could easily see the SCG playing a very similar role during the next Labour Government, as I say only time will tell.

Again it’s only my personal view but the whole accusation of ‘whataboutery’ is bewildering in terms of healthy debate.

Here is some comparison to this Government’s attitude towards immigration that was in the same Times article this weekend (source👍)- that also had some strong views on how the SCG are preparing for Government. you can dismiss it as whataboutery all you like

Is Alastair Campbell, who condemned government policy last week, aware that his mentor Tony Blair — with other EU leaders — lifted the arms embargo on the murderous despot Colonel Gaddafi in 2004 as a quid pro quo for the Libyan leader shutting his borders to the sub-Saharan exodus? That’s right: we gave guns to a psychopath engaged in extrajudicial assassinations in return for his stemming the flow of people. Indeed, the entire thrust of western foreign policy for quarter of a century has been to implement policies described as “partnership agreements” — which are mere cover stories, marketing doublethink, for erecting walls.
I see you've eventually moved on from whatabout Jeremy Corbyn to whatabout Alistair Campbell and Tony Blair ? It's obviously only a matter of time before Ramsay MacDonald gets blamed for this current clusterf*** :lolol:

I'm still searching the Internet for a 20 year old whataboutery certificate, but you'll know when I find one :thumbsup:
 
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CHAPPERS

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Johnson also voting against the government today. He's gonna bring them down.

Surprise huge rebellion incoming?
 




The Clamp

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I’m a bit annoyed it’s being televised. He will be loving it, playing to the gallery and espousing how he “saved the day”.

He’ll be dusting off a few old catchphrases this morning.

“World beating vaccines”

“Government staff worked hard day and night and deserved to let their hair down”

“I got Brexit done”
 


beorhthelm

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Jul 21, 2003
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Johnson also voting against the government today. He's gonna bring them down.

Surprise huge rebellion incoming?
Labour said they'd support the Windsor framework, so a rebellion is pretty empty gesture.
 


Harry Wilson's tackle

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I seem to remember Starmer in a photo with a beer bottle in a meeting.
Which was not deemed a breach. There is a big difference between supper with a beer not during lockdown and....a party during lockdown.

And when you ask which part of that statement is wrong you are asking the wrong question.

Which part of your perverse recollections have anything to do with Johnson's rule breaking?
 
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rogersix

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What a load of tosh - of course people could meet, they could meet at work.
Not everyone was isolating, not bus drivers, train drivers, nurses, factory workers, farmers, police, armed forces, journalists, builders, shopworkers,etc etc, and especially politicians of all parties.
You could also go outside for exercise and walk your dog as long as you kept 2 metres apart.
Get your facts right.
still? you must be mad

adults, sneaking past coppers, with suitcases full of booze, not a party? facts? you're silly
 


Harry Wilson's tackle

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I find your last sentence very offensive.

It's not the sort of language that should be used on a public forum especially associated with a family orientated football club.

Where are the moderators. You should be censured.
Po-faced cant.
 


rogersix

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Jan 18, 2014
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Well only time will tell, we will have to see. I make the comparison because I see the ERG as a small (20-30) group of right wing MP’s who have been a constant problem for their party often derailing policy. It’s only my view but I could easily see the SCG playing a very similar role during the next Labour Government, as I say only time will tell.

Again it’s only my personal view but the whole accusation of ‘whataboutery’ is bewildering in terms of healthy debate.

Here is some comparison to this Government’s attitude towards immigration that was in the same Times article this weekend (source👍)- that also had some strong views on how the SCG are preparing for Government. you can dismiss it as whataboutery all you like

Is Alastair Campbell, who condemned government policy last week, aware that his mentor Tony Blair — with other EU leaders — lifted the arms embargo on the murderous despot Colonel Gaddafi in 2004 as a quid pro quo for the Libyan leader shutting his borders to the sub-Saharan exodus? That’s right: we gave guns to a psychopath engaged in extrajudicial assassinations in return for his stemming the flow of people. Indeed, the entire thrust of western foreign policy for quarter of a century has been to implement policies described as “partnership agreements” — which are mere cover stories, marketing doublethink, for erecting walls.
boris has done what?
 


Harry Wilson's tackle

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I never realised Jacob Rees-Mogg posted on NSC till just now.
Rees Mogg is more literate.

My money is on Steve Barclay.
 






Thunder Bolt

Silly old bat
still? you must be mad

adults, sneaking past coppers, with suitcases full of booze, not a party? facts? you're silly
Vomit up the wall, sex behind the cupboard, breaking a child's swing in the garden. Just your normal run of the mill Friday afternoon/evening drinks

Meanwhile, the late Queen sat on her own in Windsor Chapel mourning her husband's death.
HM Queen.jpg
 


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