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    https://www.ft.com/content/b5be23ba-19d0-11ea-97df...

    https://www.ft.com/content/b5be23ba-19d0-11ea-97df-cc63de1d73f4

    And this is only the tip of the iceberg.

    #getbrexitdone
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    The question is whether this will happen any way...

    The question is whether this will happen any way or whether it is dependent on the scale of any potential Labour loss. Some would argue that recent reforms have made the party much more member-led,...
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    What are you wittering on about you doddering...

    What are you wittering on about you doddering fool.

    Lets be clear - and you've been told before Les- the 2017 Labour Manifesto explicitly rejected no deal. Its ambition was always to secure a...
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    From what I recall the agreement doesn’t include...

    From what I recall the agreement doesn’t include patient data.
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    Is she the one who was suspended for using the...

    Is she the one who was suspended for using the n-word?

    Sorry that’s Anne-Marie Morris, candidate for Newton Abbot. All much of a muchness :lol:
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    Hello Westie. Nice to have you back pal. I...

    Hello Westie. Nice to have you back pal. I thought you had gone into hiding quicker than bojo at the mention of brillo :lol:
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    These debates ultimately make little difference....

    These debates ultimately make little difference. You can probably car crash in them -hence why Johnson has been straightbatting it; but they won’t move the dial if you’re trying to make up political...
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    Which was crude, tokenistic and cynical - then...

    Which was crude, tokenistic and cynical - then again you would rate the pivot because antisemitism is simply a political football for c**ts like you.
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    Poll: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/dec/06/a...

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/dec/06/alexandra-hall-british-diplomat-resigns-letter-cant-peddle-half-truths-uk-government

    #truepatriot
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    Johnson’s camp confirms he’s bottling the Neil...

    Johnson’s camp confirms he’s bottling the Neil interview.

    Per a senior Conservative source “ The public are fed up with interviews that are all about the interviewer and endless interruptions. The...
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    So Tommy Robinson is endorsing Boris Johnson's...

    So Tommy Robinson is endorsing Boris Johnson's Conservatives while former Conservative leader Sir John Major isn’t.

    #draintheswamp
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    A bit wet but Ed Davey would have been a much...

    A bit wet but Ed Davey would have been a much better leader of the Lib Dems than Jo Swinson.
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    Unfortunately, some of these claims do more harm...

    Unfortunately, some of these claims do more harm than good. They make it easy for some to discredit the rest of the submission and what are some very legitimate and serious allegations. 25.2 is a...
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    https://www.heraldscotland.com/resources/images/10...

    https://www.heraldscotland.com/resources/images/10758932.jpg
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    And I find all antisemitic behaviour and language...

    And I find all antisemitic behaviour and language offensive, whichever side it occurs on, whether in this country or any other part of the world.
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    You said she is confused. Leaving aside your...

    You said she is confused. Leaving aside your dubious and disingenuous framing, you may think that “a vote to reverse the referendum result” would cause chaos; but she would argue that the current...
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    Don’t agree with all of this but it’s pretty...

    Don’t agree with all of this but it’s pretty clear that many on here couldn’t care less about the Jewish community.
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    It’s not confused pal. She sincerely believes...

    It’s not confused pal. She sincerely believes that in terms of ensuring the country’s long-term stability the benefits from stopping Brexit outweigh the costs of a second referendum. On a Scottish...
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    It’s not an either-or. There are some vile...

    It’s not an either-or. There are some vile individuals in the Labour Party who have indulged in longstanding antisemitic tropes and prejudices. Others are utterly convinced in the legitimacy of their...
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    https://www.spectator.co.uk/2015/04/how-ed-miliban...

    https://www.spectator.co.uk/2015/04/how-ed-miliband-lost-the-jewish-vote/

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/labour-funding-crisis-jewish-donors-drop-toxic-ed-miliband-9849299.html?amp
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    Nish Who? Maybe I’ll be reincarnated as Nish...

    Nish Who?

    Maybe I’ll be reincarnated as Nish Whatshisface - would be a new experience for me not to be able to handle a hostile audience :lol:
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    Maybe a deluded little Englander shuffling around...

    Maybe a deluded little Englander shuffling around my allotment thinking dark thoughts like a bumpkin Colonel Kurtz? Any tips on how I’d cope pal?
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    No s**t - the second chart is a work of art even...

    No s**t - the second chart is a work of art even by Pompey Poly’s second most famous graduate’s standards.
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    That makes selling at $1.22 at the beginning of...

    That makes selling at $1.22 at the beginning of September even more satisfying pal. Given the pound was much higher as recently as March, there’s still room to run. The higher, the better as far as...
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