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    Married, with a six year old daughter
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    Travel, skiing, running and football
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    Marine Engineer

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  1. Scooby Dudek

    Joker - Movie

    Finally managed to find a decent copy, so hopefully so should everyone else. Dark and slow. Enjoyed it but need to watch it again. I love DC and all that, so liked the origin side of it (even though we never truly know the Jokers origin), but do see it as a missed opportunity as it seemed a bit wandering.
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    General Election 2019

    Shame the party doesn't care about Brexit; https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2019-50398820 Mr Walker said the Lib Dems had tried to do a deal with Labour over the seat, and when that failed he made the decision himself to stand down. The Lib Dems told the BBC they will be selecting a new candidate to contest the Kent constituency.
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    General Election 2019

    Lib Dem candidate unilaterally stands down in Canterbury. Labour had a majority of 187 at 2017 election. LD got 4500. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/nov/12/lib-dem-candidate-stands-aside-to-avoid-nightmare-of-tory-win The Liberal Democrat candidate in a marginal Labour seat has unilaterally decided to stand down, saying that while the two parties could not agree on a pact he wanted to avoid the “nightmare” of handing the constituency back to the Conservatives. In an article for the Guardian, Tim Walker said that while he did not trust Jeremy Corbyn on Brexit, he wanted to give Rosie Duffield, the Labour candidate who took Canterbury from the Tories for the first time in 2017 by just 187 votes, the best chance of winning.
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    Israel - A Rant

    Funnily all the headlines are about Rockets being fired into Israel, but the rockets are in retaliation to air strikes that took place earlier into Gaza. No agenda. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/11/12/palestinians-fire-rockets-israel-assassinates-islamic-jihad/ Palestinians fire rockets after Israel assassinates Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza Israel assassinated a senior Islamic Jihad commander inside the Gaza Strip early on Tuesday, prompting a barrage of retaliatory rockets from Palestinian militant groups and leaving both sides bracing for serious escalation. Israeli warplanes killed Baha Abu al-Ata with an airstrike in Shejaiyah, near Gaza City. The Israeli military said al-Ata was responsible for several recent rocket strikes and was planning “to commit immediate terror attacks”. https://www.foxnews.com/world/gaza-militants-fire-rockets-into-israel-after-islamic-jihad-leader-killed Gaza militants fire rockets into Israel after Islamic jihad leader killed Militants in Gaza sent a barrage of at least 50 rockets over the border into Tel Aviv early Tuesday, vowing further revenge after the Israeli military carried out a pair of targeted airstrikes on senior Islamic jihad commanders in Gaza and in Syria. “The response to this crime will have no limits,” Islamic Jihad said in a statement.
  5. Scooby Dudek

    City (H) Premier League - 10/11/19 - 16:30

    I think Southgate should drop all the Liverpool players as well.
  6. Scooby Dudek

    General Election 2019

    Greens also standing aside in Calder valley; https://leftfootforward.org/2019/11/support-labour-green-party-stands-aside-key-labour-tory-marginal/ Tory majority over Labour was 609. The Greens got 631 votes
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    General Election 2019

    Green party standing aside in Chingford and Woodford Greed https://leftfootforward.org/2019/11/greens-stand-aside-for-labour-in-second-seat/ IDS seat; 2017 result was a 2400 majority ahead of Labour LD got 2000 Greens got 1200 Worth staying up to the early hours to watch that twat lose his seat.* * It's the hope that kills you
  8. Scooby Dudek

    General Election 2019

    Really need to push a vote for Brexit party is a vote for a Tory government. If you vote Labour you will still get a vote on leaving the EU, but not being screwed over.
  9. Scooby Dudek

    General Election 2019

    I agree, unfortunately. My statement was posted in despair.
  10. Scooby Dudek

    General Election 2019

    Purely about Brexit, that is why he is not standing against Tories who support remain. All talking about how this will damage Labour and help the Tories, which is the entire reason of the Brexit party. He will be in the Lords if the Tories win.
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    General Election 2019

    Nigel Farage says Brexit Party won't contest seats won by Tories in 2017 - but will stand in all Labour seats. Just Tories in Cunts clothing. Any Labour supporter who can't vote Tory, surely can see through this bollocks.
  12. Scooby Dudek

    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    Great as always, Trump is also famous for silencing people by suing. I have money and will ruin your life because I can. Cunts.
  13. Scooby Dudek

    General Election 2019

    You can only trust the Tories on running the economy; https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-50373505 UK growth 'slowest in almost a decade' Growth in the UK economy has slowed to its lowest rate in almost a decade, the Office for National Statistics said. Year-on-year GDP growth slowed to 1% in the three months to the end of September - the lowest since the first three months of 2010. Even so, the economy has avoided recession after expanding 0.3% in the three months to the end of September. The economy had shrunk in the second quarter and two quarters of contraction would have signalled a recession. In the three months to the end of September, though, the economy did not grow as fast as the 0.4% forecast by economists, including at the Bank of England. A statistician at the ONS said: "GDP grew steadily in the third quarter, mainly thanks to a strong July. "Services again led the way, with construction also performing well. Manufacturing failed to grow, as falls in many industries were offset by car production bouncing back following April shutdowns. "Looking at the picture over the last year, growth slowed to its lowest rate in almost a decade. "The underlying trade deficit narrowed, mainly due to growing exports of both goods and services." In the month of September, GDP fell by 0.1%, as had been expected. Indeed, comparing the third quarter this year with the same period last year, growth of just 1% is the slowest since the aftermath of the financial crisis. It is the weakest two quarters since the financial crisis. Yeah, we didn't go into recession because of a good July, well done everyone, we have never had it so good.
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    General Election 2019

    Apparently Johnson was also accused of being scruffy and thus disrespectful yesterday. The BBC showing one where he was smart, was purely a mistake. The official line on Sky news, is it is not up to the political correspondents to comment on smartness, it is purely about the act of remembrance itself, not about how you look. You have to admire their hypocrisy.