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    Donald Trump

    I wouldn't put anything past his ego. I'm sure he'd want to try, but I can't see how he could govern because nothing would get through either house.
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    Lib Dems

    3: Third - they succeed as a deterrent? I'd rather keep them myself, but I'd still vote for Labour even if they were to scrap them. It's not a priority for me.
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    Donald Trump

    It's not as clear cut as that. If sufficient evidence comes to light then it puts the Republicans in a corner. Do they continue to support him knowing that voters are increasingly siding with the prospect of impeachment or do they get him out and replace him while they can? More evidence needs to come to light for sure but at the very worst the Democrats will drag it out into the re-election campaign to damage him.
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    Other Football - 2019/20

    Actually I take it back having seen the replay.
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    Other Football - 2019/20

    Son deliberately hacked him the bad meff.
  6. Oh my god. This fucking team is amazing. This season will be the death of me.
  7. The King - Wasn't epecting much and it was really rather brilliant. Good acting, script and directing. 7/10. History\Crusader Kings\Kingdom Come fans will give it a good 9\10.
  8. It's provisional. The deputy speaker, Hoyle, didn't select them. Coincidentally he is also in the running for the Speakers chair and probably didn't want to court controversy and accusations of bias. Presumably Bercow can overturn the decision. Edit: Ignore me, Hoyle confirmed it. It's not provisional now.
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    Genk (A) Champions League - 23/10

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50159587 Liverpool have condemned a "racist" banner depicting Divock Origi that was displayed by fans before Wednesday's Champions League fixture in Genk. Travelling fans unfurled a graphic banner depicting the Belgium striker's head on a naked body, alongside the Champions League trophy. The club said it "acted swiftly to have the banner removed" and said the image "perpetuated a racist stereotype". "This is completely unacceptable," a club statement said. "Liverpool Football Club condemns the offensive banner displayed in our section of the ground, prior to kick-off. "We acted swiftly to have the banner removed and we are now working with the local authorities and stadium team in Genk to identify those responsible. "Any subsequent action will be taken in keeping with our sanctions process." Origi, 24, spent nine years at Genk in the club's youth set-up before joining Lille in 2010. He was named on Liverpool's bench for the fixture at the Luminus Arena, where Jurgen Klopp's side are seeking a second win of the Champions League group stage.
  10. He doesn't have to resign even if he loses the vote. Only a vote of no confidence can get him out or two thirds vote for an election.
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    Man Utd (A) 20/10/19 - Premier League

    It was a foul and it shouldnt have been a goal but we've been rubbish so far.
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    Man Utd (A) 20/10/19 - Premier League

    Nerves are getting to them I think. Very few players are having a good game.
  13. Oh I dont disagree. I'm just pointing out what they are doing, and that Gnasher was in fact correct on this occassion.
  14. Gnasher can go off one one with his anti-EU trolling, but on this occassion he has a point. EU leaders, not just Juncker, are colluding with Johnson to sell the deal to the British public by giving the impression that an extension is not in the offing whereas in reality it obviously is. That's not being a Tory apologist, it's demonstrably true. For example Macron Also it seems they are very deliberately not providing an answer to the extension request until after the vote. They and Johnson want the threat of a no deal to be in the minds of MP's.
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    Man Utd (A) 20/10/19 - Premier League

    Nerves are kicking in. Just want to read 'That'll do pig' after the match.