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 Post subject: Re: UK Election
PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 9:19 pm 
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indeed- and agree! - sutch's demise was sad - i felt he had a good attitude in a world of mindless beuracracy - i think as regard's the system nausville - he made his point - day's/ year's like that can happen!


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 Post subject: Re: UK Election
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Apparently Lord Bucket Head's manifesto was to nationalise Adele!

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 Post subject: Re: UK Election
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one wonder's why foster hasn't been taken to task over the 'cash for ash' stuff - the dup would jump into bed with may it seems - the usual tripe - corbyn probably still want's to be in opposition i feel given the brexit and global stuff - john lydon wrote stuff about that in 1977


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 Post subject: Re: UK Election
PostPosted: Sat Jun 10, 2017 10:21 am 
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Getting into bed with a small group of creationists and bigots is pretty desperate. Will surely count against May come the inevitable followup election. Will also antagonise Sinn Fein.

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 Post subject: Re: UK Election
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indeed - a second election might be a possibility - sinn fein don't seem to go away despite the propaganda - they might have 'peaked' at 7 seats though - the brexit issue has certainly been divisive - independence from the eu is fine in theory but still wanting the 'perks' - e.g. - the single market is puzzling - i know some people who regret their brexit vote but that is only a small sample space so a hypothesis test negate that! - the only land border to the eu is in ireland - brussels is well aware - not that i care about that faceless institution! - the phrase 'this country' is continually being rammed down people's throat's - i wonder which country that is?


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 Post subject: Re: UK Election
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The Government achieved exactly the position they wanted, whatever masque one has choosen, we should all question the nature of our orders.


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Gotta admire the way chancellor Merkel is sat at the table, arms folded, waiting for Britain to get on with negoitiating exit talks.
Who knows how long she & the rest of them are gonna have to wait for the present government, to get it's act together on the big one.
Eu are not interested in excuses like hung parliament or terror threats. They are well used to plenty of the same in their own countries.
Cannot realistically see it happenining withing the 2 year time frame of Lisbon treaty.
It's a very watchable soap opera afaic ;)

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 Post subject: Re: UK Election
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the masstricht treaty probably has a lot to answer for - probably on the weed!


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 Post subject: Re: UK Election
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Merkel will get a shock when she comes up for re-election. The million refugees (with a few thousand terrorists) will bite her arse!

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 Post subject: Re: UK Election
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indeed - that would not be tasteful to my palette! - i'd imagine a lot of scrambling is going on behind closed door's - g'won scotland in the soccer!


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 Post subject: Re: UK Election
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This kind of shows the utter farce of our 'first past the post' electoral system ...

"... if only 50 people across just four seats had voted Conservative, instead of voting for the winning candidate, the Tories would have effectively won a majority.

Yes, you read that right. If 50 people in four decisive constituencies, a crowd that would fit easily on a school bus, had voted for Theresa May’s party, she would have suffered a reputational hit by falling back, but still have been able to operate in parliament without help from other parties (because the seven Sinn Fein MPs won’t take up their seats 322 is an effective majority)."


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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-sh/General_election

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ay-yi-yi

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shamble-ville!


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