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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    He'll be around...he can't leave it alone...don't care was made to care...
    Never mind, that awfully nice Mr Corbyn's going to give us all free ultra fast fibre broadband, while fixing the NHS and to top it all, we'll all be on a 4 day week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    Never mind, that awfully nice Mr Corbyn's going to give us all free ultra fast fibre broadband, while fixing the NHS and to top it all, we'll all be on a 4 day week.
    He's basing his 4 day week (i believe) on a microsoft trial where they got a weeks work done in 4 days by working "that bit harder".
    Not sure how a bus driver can do this or a fireman though etc etc etc...

    Oh and as for free broadband...good way for the establishment to spy on everyone cus before some people couldn't afford it. No excuse and no hiding now....

    And i see that the Cons are openly attacking his NHS plans by saying his unlimited immigration policy will kill the NHS.
    BUT their points based system will be the answer...
    They didn't mention the organised people trafficking straight through ports or the channel boat collection service we're running though...no points needed...

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    But that nice Mt Corbyn said so, so it must be true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    But that nice Mt Corbyn said so, so it must be true.
    Wifey wants a puppy dog, we had a rainbow a couple of days ago and I still like a lolly pop...

    I must look online about the voting to see if i can vote for none of the above.
    I've had a word with myself and decided i can't face the idea of not voting because i then loose my right to moan at the useless wankers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    He'll be around...he can't leave it alone...don't care was made to care...
    More like needs care

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Anything published in the " Daily Express " lacks credibility in my opinion. I'd even have to go and check the date at the top of the page.

    Regards Tyrone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    Anything published in the " Daily Express " lacks credibility in my opinion. I'd even have to go and check the date at the top of the page.

    Regards Tyrone.
    Trust me Tyrone, in Barbters house, none of the rags are fit to wrap our fish and chips in
    These experts and statisticians aren't fit to clean the municipal toilets.
    But here you go, fill yer boots with their stats
    Autumn 2019 Economic Forecast: A challenging road ahead | European Commission

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    Anything published in the " Daily Express " lacks credibility in my opinion. I'd even have to go and check the date at the top of the page.

    Regards Tyrone.
    Some newspapers and media are much more reliable than others. The problems start when you claim "fake news" just because you disagree with what they write or say.

    I regard my daily national newspaper as reliable but I still don't blindly believe everything I read in it. Our two major TV news channels often report the same event differently.

    No newspaper sells to all so each select and target those that give the steadiest income. What I detest most is a headline that has as good as nothing to do with the story behind it. Same as seeing something that costs 299 and expecting me to think that it's much less than 300. Many prices here end in .99 but the smallest denomination coin is .50

    The media is like houses. Some are built to be sold and others built to live in.

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    Who was it that said " Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one " ?

    I must admit the British " popular " press has been unashamedly partisan over the last few decades. Recently however they've sunk to a new low.

    Regards Tyrone.

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    Like we're supposed to be surprised that the Tories are offering peerages as bribes? General election 2019: Police 'assessing' call for peerage claim probe - BBC News

    Just like David Lloyd George form 100 years ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    Like we're supposed to be surprised that the Tories are offering peerages as bribes? General election 2019: Police 'assessing' call for peerage claim probe - BBC News

    Just like David Lloyd George form 100 years ago :rolleyes:
    That's the first i heard about Farage and others being offered a negotiating job but i have tried to step back from the bullshit and haven't read so much lately.
    As you said, there's sweet Fanny Adams we can do about it...

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    Why would one offer a negotiating job to a person that had not attended the majority of sessions in the parliament to which he was elected?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rand View Post
    Why would one offer a negotiating job to a person that had not attended the majority of sessions in the parliament to which he was elected?
    Politics I guess Mark?
    Love him or loath him, he's been the most politically influential person in the UK for the last 10+ years, without any seat in Parliament or a say in how the country runs.
    It's a strange situation
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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Politics I guess Mark?
    Love him or loath him, he's been the most politically influential person in the UK for the last 10+ years, without any seat in Parliament or a say in how the country runs.
    It's a strange situation
    Just getting off the topic. What's the internet access like in your bit of Spain. I know our place is out in the sticks but the internet is pretty poor. After about 9.00pm it drops off quite a lot for an hour or two. Why I'm asking is I keep reading how good the internet is out in Spain. Ours isn't a patch on what we get here at home.

    Regards Tyrone.

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    Ours is spoton Tyrone but we have Wimax line of site across the valley to the mast.
    They have been digging up the town to put cable in which id prefer. Not a lover of wifi and especially the incoming 5g...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rand View Post
    Why would one offer a negotiating job to a person that had not attended the majority of sessions in the parliament to which he was elected?
    Because he was wise enough to avoid Parliament's sessions work for yah?


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    Well, I know I've learned allot about England's politics with these postings....

    Dug out an old album, and now the lyrics from "Fripp & Sinfield" are making perfect sense....:
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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Well, I know I've learned allot about England's politics with these postings....

    Dug out an old album, and now the lyrics from "Fripp & Sinfield" are making perfect sense....:
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    I'm glad King Crimson makes sense to someone, …………...but as for their sanity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    I'm glad King Crimson makes sense to someone, …………...but as for their sanity
    Yup, makes one want to travel to France, and doo a hi dive off the Eifel.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Well, I know I've learned allot about England's politics with these postings....:crazy
    England's politics seem to make more sense than American politics

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