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    • In terms of the result, in hindsight, I think that the manifesto possibly went too far.  I think nationalisation of utilities, railways and royal mail is a good thing due to the fact privatisation sucks money out of the system, and things end up being paid for several times over.   I'm not sure nationalisation of BT was such a good thing.  Our network is pretty rubbish and leaving infrastructure projects to private companies is incoherent and inefficient, but that might have been a step too far.   I disagree it's all Corbyn's fault because the Tory's campaigned on a very simple message - "get brexit done".  In effect, their manifesto was very basic, and labour haemorrhaged leave voting labour voters so desperately tired of the process.  There was a hell of a lot of anti Corbyn propaganda from the word go.   I said after the referendum that the Tory's would be screwed because they wouldn't be able to deliver on any of the promises made, and for a long time it looked like that would be the case.  However, I never took into consideration the effect of Boris Johnson would have because he's a very good salesman... I would bet my life on us having a deal by the end of next year, and whatever we're left with will be championed as a massive success... I'm sick of it all if I'm honest.  I've had people banging on about remainers can all shit up now, they lost etc, as if they'd won the lottery.  But when I look at it, it was all still based on nonsense and misinformation, so I think we've all lost.   We're now left with a Tory government that has a huge majority so that they can push through anything they like.  Where's the democracy there?  Leavers wanted more democracy, but Johnson having played a blinder, has secured less democracy and conviced them they're all winners.  Coupled with their promise to "renegotiate the relationship between parliament and the courts" I'm concerned all these leave voters aren't really thinking clearly.  I've also said all along that brexit was about the elite in our country having more overall control, and now they have it.  They've even convinced working class labour voters that it's in their interest.  How did this happen?
    • Hi  Received another scrawled letter this morning ,    just to to inform you that I am still waiting for further instructions from the court.    Please would you you provide me with a copy of my letter, where you have stated In your letter to me , dated 29th November 2019 ,  that my recent letter states I do not wish for you to instruct an expert or make an independent report on our behalf?    You also state that in my letter I also do not want your input in the Instructions letter to the expert.  Please forward a copy of my letter stating this to you.    Please forward where the judge states that I had to forward a written draft letter to you, with the instructions for the expert? Also where it states I needed to send you a copy for you to check to see if it’s appropriate.    Please would you send me the copy of my letter, sent to yourself, where you state , I have written all the above instructions to yourself .    Guessing she’s not kept a copy of the letters she has sent me. Oh dear!     
    • How many more times!!!  It was a global recession!!  Seriously, I feel like I'm in a cuckoo clock.  Answer honestly, surely if the country had been bankrupted the price of food would have shot up and we wouldn't have been able to draw any money out from a cash point?  These things are what I would expect if we had gone under as a country.
    • Has anyone got or had  a Amazon Fire 7 tablet ( with Alexa) Asking as I bought one in October and it is awful battery is useless, have to charge it  twice a day, only use it to play a game on, it also freezes and shuts down, specially when in middle doing something Anyone else ?   Thanks Sandy Got it from Argos
    • pers i'd do it for all the others that have had it happen and are sadly too scared of erudio and their dogs   so I have an issue with a company called erudio and their solicitors concerning a slc student loan. etc   just remember this,it's costs erudio +£450 if the fos get involved.....regardless to anything you might get..
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i dont see the emphasis on the MC today. historically yes. but, it was re the then 'Parliament' v the crown. the crown no longer has any practical effect re parliament. whats needed now is a people v parliament. ie a modern day bill of rights.


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I think all kids should be made to learn the maths tables and say them backwards. Learn 4 passages from each of Shakespeares works and be able to recite the MC verbatim. Then, and only then, should they be allowed to progress to the best subjects like cricket and sex education.

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Add being able to cook to the above:-D

 

and for something completely different

 

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Watching customers in a Tesco buying Easter eggs.

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Watching customers in a Tesco buying Easter eggs.

 

 

We saw Valentine cards in one of the shops before Christmas.

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The new colour of my Bathroom :)


 
 

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collecting the tokens for a £9.50 holiday, been on a fair few and reccomend them to any one, the accomadtion is superb . Not had a holiday for a long time so hope manage to get one this year :)


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I know I shouldn't laugh:

 

Someone posted on Facebook that some people starting a certain Open University module next month received a DVD through the post. Instead of receiving a DVD with course material, the DVD had a kids TV program on...

 

There's a box in the dinning room which one of the dogs likes to lay on. The box has some dog food in it. Anyway, mum had taken the lid off the box and putting some packs of food in the box. Dog comes running into the dinning room and instead of jumping on to the box, jumps into the box. She (the dog) was not amused. :lol:

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Watching customers in a Tesco buying Easter eggs.

 

We saw Valentine cards in one of the shops before Christmas.

 

 

And as soon as Easter is over, they will start stocking for Christmas again !!


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And as soon as Easter is over, they will start stocking for Christmas again !!

 

Is that the day DFS don't have a sale?


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According to an online form on the Sainsburys website, the letters "st" are "bad language"

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Dad was filling in an online form and the first 2 letters of his name are St. As he was typing in his name, a message comes up saying "It look like you've used some bad language. Please remove any bad language you've entered".

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So, I've moved out of my parents house and am living in a flat. Someone had left behind a wooden door stop and due to my sight impairment, it's a tad difficult for me to see. My parents said they'll take mine home and I can have the one they use.

 

They took mine and the dog thinks it's toy!

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Paxman. :-D


 

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Paxman. :-D

 

He'd be a gr8 candidate to take the vacant position on the Top Gear team:madgrin:

 

Grumpy, sarcy, shallow, argumentative

 

I believe it's an act which works well for him. I think this is the CV that JC fans require.

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Conniff :)


 
 

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The chap standing behind Mr C's pump up:madgrin: It was like a scene out of Yes Prime Minister, a loving grin at his leader:lol:

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...a loving grin at his leader

 

alan b'stard :)


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alan b'stard :)

 

That's also reminded me of Sebastian the Prime Minister's aide in Little Britain:lol:

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That's also reminded me of Sebastian the Prime Minister's aide in Little Britain:lol:

 

:)


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the word 'con(s)' being used :)


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My daughter passing her driving test 1st time today with only one minor :)

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well done to your daughter x :)


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