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Dougie Do'ins
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2 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

 

Now that's a guy who would suck on a cock for a promotion. 

I couldn't watch for too long as I'd like not to break my telly.

 

There was a lady from the PCS Union on. They showed a tweet that Jakey boy had posted the last time civil servants were in strike. He's obviously learned a lot from Rees-Mogg on demonising civil servants as being workshy, fucking cunt!

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7 hours ago, Arniepie said:

So that's evidence of collusion between the state broadcaster and the government / tory party to play down the seriousness of a pandemic and the measure being taken because of it, and also collusion to increase criticism of the official opposition?

 

I wonder what will happen!

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15 minutes ago, Creator Supreme said:

So that's evidence of collusion between the state broadcaster and the government / tory party to play down the seriousness of a pandemic and the measure being taken because of it, and also collusion to increase criticism of the official opposition?

 

I wonder what will happen!

Two words,the first is 'fuck' and the second is 'All.'

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On 10/03/2023 at 21:33, Captain Willard said:

Yes I think that’s the point. If he backs down it’s a tacit acknowledgment that he’s an employee and ergo owes a lot of backdated tax. By picking a fight he is trying to show he’s independent. If it’s true, and I accept that’s a big if, It’s not about refugees, it’s about tax avoidance. Always follow the money. 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2023/mar/28/gary-lineker-wins-battle-with-hmrc-over-49m-tax-bill

 

 

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