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1 minute ago, Bruce Spanner said:


It’s not even political point scoring it’s public safety and he should, rightly, back the unions and follow scientific advice.

For once I sort of agree with Starmer and think getting children back in school should be an absolute must.

 

 

Shoot me.

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5 minutes ago, Gnasher said:

For once I sort of agree with Starmer and think getting children back in school should be an absolute must.

 

 

Shoot me.


In a safe and managed way, of course, but this is neither.

 

Wait for the reports of testing next week, they’d be hilarious if they weren’t so important.

 

This is going to be monumentally mismanaged and fucked up, I’ve seen the plans and it looks like they asked year one pupils to compete on who could write the stupidest.

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If we are in the business of blaming  socialist leaning Jeremy Corbyn for events he has very little to do with can I be the first to blame the Bolshevik bastard for Darius not winning the second edition of X factor, er go on throw in climate change whilst we're at it. 

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10 minutes ago, Bruce Spanner said:


It’s not even political point scoring it’s public safety and he should, rightly, back the unions and follow scientific advice.

Typical Corbynista. Get behind the manager, for fuck sake.

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8 minutes ago, Bruce Spanner said:


In a safe and managed way, of course, but this is neither.

 

Wait for the reports of testing next week, they’d be hilarious if they weren’t so important.

 

This is going to be monumentally mismanaged and fucked up, I’ve seen the plans and it looks like they asked year one pupils to compete on who could write the stupidest.

Nice to see you replied with a civil post Skippy.

 

Yes I agree, you seem to know what's going on and I believe you.

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Clement Atlee's birthday today. Britains greatest prime minister.

 

Mass building to get the youth in work and the homeless to have quality housing they could look after and be proud off. 

 

National ownership of all British assets to stop the greed of corporate investment.

 

The birth of the 'then' greatest health service the world has ever seen.

 

 

 

Ps, I wont mention the great mans veiws on the eu ( dont want to upset angry agrain) but I'm drinking a bottle of Saint Emilion grand Cru (red of course) in the great mans honour.

 

Bottoms up.

 

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15 minutes ago, Gnasher said:

Sorry Numero didnt what? Didnt blame, align or mention Corbyn? 

This is too much work for no reason. I’m out. 

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26 minutes ago, Bruce Spanner said:


I would if I could find him, but he’s somewhat missing in action...

I think that's the point. It hasnt deterred Section and the others from blaming him though.

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14 minutes ago, Numero said:

This is too much work for no reason. I’m out. 

It's only a couple of questions, you made the posts naming Corbyn.

 

 And who wades in with a rep? Section. 

 

"Like a cult" 

 

 

The question is ' what is about socialism and anyone who advocates socialism that so offends you and makes you go to such lengths to side with the peoples who try to destroy it?

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3 minutes ago, Gnasher said:

It's only a couple of questions, you made the posts naming Corbyn.

 

 And who wades in with a rep? Section. 

 

"Like a cult" 

 

 

The question is ' what is about socialism and anyone who advocates socialism that so offends you and makes you go to such lengths to side with the peoples who try to destroy it?

Have you bought the record yet? 

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46 minutes ago, Bruce Spanner said:


In a safe and managed way, of course, but this is neither.

 

Wait for the reports of testing next week, they’d be hilarious if they weren’t so important.

 

This is going to be monumentally mismanaged and fucked up, I’ve seen the plans and it looks like they asked year one pupils to compete on who could write the stupidest.

I bow to your superior knowledge on the subject Skippy.

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12 minutes ago, Gnasher said:

It's only a couple of questions, you made the posts naming Corbyn.

 

 And who wades in with a rep? Section. 

 

"Like a cult" 

 

 

The question is ' what is about socialism and anyone who advocates socialism that so offends you and makes you go to such lengths to side with the peoples who try to destroy it?

Hahaha. Indeed. 

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3 minutes ago, Rico1304 said:

Have you bought the record yet? 

I'm not sure what record you are describing Rico but on the great mans birthday I have been playing this cultural delight to the grandchildren. Uncultured bunch of renegades but I'm trying my best.

 

Is this the one you speak of??

 Yes this cultural delight from a bygone age is being played loud and clear in the Gnasher household on this glorious day.

 

 

 

 

 

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13 minutes ago, Gnasher said:

I'm not sure what record you are describing Rico but on the great mans birthday I have been playing this cultural delight to the grandchildren. Uncultured bunch of renegades but I'm trying my best.

 

Is this the one you speak of??

 Yes this cultural delight from a bygone age is being played loud and clear in the Gnasher household on this glorious day.

 

 

 

 

 


My old man is mates with Watty, so I met him loads growing up.

 

Never understood a word he said.

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5 minutes ago, Numero said:

A cultist. 

I agree it begins with the letters cu. I'll stick to the oppressed singing about an old dead tory bird if you dont mind.

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1 minute ago, Gnasher said:

I agree it begins with the letters cu. I'll stick to the oppressed singing about an old dead tory bird if you dont mind.

Mind? I honestly couldn’t care less what you listen to. That singer and other  Corbyn sycophants are a bunch of Trump supporter-like cultists. They, like you did a post or two ago, try to equate Corbyn with Socialist. They are not. 

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4 hours ago, Gnasher said:

An awful lot of unsubstantiated assumptions in your and sections posts above. If what you are saying is close to the truth and we'll have to guess as their is little evidence to back them up then maybe just maybe Starmer has been the architect of his own problems by his over the top suspension of Corbyn from the Labour party. It's not a case of a few dissenting voices as Section and yourself seem to imply, I believe up to a third of labour party members expressed unease at the Corbyn treatment and suspension. 

The Jimmy Cagney wannabe negs me  again without ever giving a rationale idea of what differential view to mine is in his head. Top of the world ma.

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