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>> No. 84823 Anonymous
22nd January 2019
Tuesday 8:05 pm
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>Diane Abbott has accused BBC Question Time of legitimising racist abuse after claims that the shadow home secretary was singled out before and during Thursday night’s episode of the political discussion programme.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jan/18/diane-abbott-accuses-bbc-question-time-of-legitimising-dolphin rape

Does that massive sheboon Diane Flab-butt receive a lot of flak because of the colour of her skin or because she's a massively incompetent pompous hypocrite?

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 84832 Anonymous
22nd January 2019
Tuesday 9:51 pm
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>>84831
I'm not sure you've grasped the context of that idiom.
>> No. 84836 Anonymous
22nd January 2019
Tuesday 10:40 pm
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>>84832
/pol/'s always had an element of casual dolphin rape to it, hence all the wordfilters, but it's typically seen as acceptable as long as you say it firmly tongue in cheek 👅. For example, I can't recall anyone being banned for mentioning the absent black father trope.
>> No. 84840 Anonymous
22nd January 2019
Tuesday 11:18 pm
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>>84836
Certain posters have had a Cetaceous bent, for sure. This site is overwhelmingly left leaning and overt racist bollocks has always been banned and filtered because, ironically, racists aren't learning animals.

Making a joke, in context, is not something I'd ever ban someone for. This thread ain't that.
>> No. 84841 Anonymous
22nd January 2019
Tuesday 11:43 pm
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I'm sure glad we got rid of the original thread and replaced it with this meta shitshow. This is exactly the kind of thread that belongs outside of /iq/.
>> No. 84842 Anonymous
22nd January 2019
Tuesday 11:48 pm
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>>84841

Good point.

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>> No. 84757 Anonymous
15th January 2019
Tuesday 8:50 pm
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The beginning of the end of Brexit.

He's right.
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>> No. 84810 Anonymous
18th January 2019
Friday 7:53 pm
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>>84809
Corbyn won't do anything because leaving with no deal suits his purpose.
>> No. 84811 Anonymous
18th January 2019
Friday 8:23 pm
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>>84809
>EU was clear with May after sealing the deal , it's that or nothing

Just jumping in to say that the actual line was this is the deal we're getting based on the red lines we came in with. The most consistent Labour argument I've heard is scrapping the immigration control for customs union which would be wholly consistent with EU pillars.

>And let's stop repeating "EU needs more from us than us from EU" that's completely bollocks and debunked by economists.

I'd say it is equally dangerous to play up the EU as a merciless poker player eyeing our trousers. Everyone just wants to get a workable deal and the sides are close allies whose fates are irrevocably tied no matter what happens.

It'll be interesting in a few months if we're out electing people to European Parliament.
>> No. 84812 Anonymous
21st January 2019
Monday 2:51 pm
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>>84809
>And let's stop repeating "EU needs more from us than us from EU" that's completely bollocks and debunked by economists.

I think you mean debunked by the lugenpress.
>> No. 84813 Anonymous
21st January 2019
Monday 4:22 pm
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>>84811

>I'd say it is equally dangerous to play up the EU as a merciless poker player eyeing our trousers. Everyone just wants to get a workable deal and the sides are close allies whose fates are irrevocably tied no matter what happens.

We need a good deal; the EU would prefer a deal, but they're willing to take a knock if the only deal on offer is too favourable to Britain. The consequences of losing their trading relationship with Britain are much less severe than the risk of spawning Greexit and Polanexit. The only deal that the EU are prepared to offer is one that is demonstrably worse than our current status; our parliament may be unwilling to accept such a deal.
>> No. 84814 Anonymous
21st January 2019
Monday 4:47 pm
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>>84813
Several Tory MPs wrote in their letters to Graham Brady "She just doesn't listen". There are three options on the table. Take the deal, extend or revoke the Article 50 notification, or put the matter to the people. Both houses have now rejected the deal. Meanwhile, May is still ruling out the other two options.

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>> No. 80531 Anonymous
27th November 2016
Sunday 11:01 am
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I think it's time for a new Corbyn thread.

The previous thread (>>73072) is reaching critical mass. In combination with the original thread (>>64990) we've had over 4,700 posts on Dear Leader since August last year. That's a lot of shitposting. Keep up the good work, lads.
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>> No. 84521 Anonymous
30th October 2018
Tuesday 11:37 pm
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>>84520
Could you learn how plurals work in English?
>> No. 84789 Anonymous
16th January 2019
Wednesday 6:48 pm
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I'd vote for Tom Watson.
>> No. 84790 Anonymous
16th January 2019
Wednesday 6:56 pm
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>>84789
I think I'd vote for Gove given that speech. Fucking hell.
>> No. 84791 Anonymous
16th January 2019
Wednesday 6:56 pm
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>>84790
Gove is also excellent here. One trip over the numbers but otherwise very good.
>> No. 84794 Anonymous
16th January 2019
Wednesday 8:07 pm
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>>84790

Pob has got some serious Big Dick Energy today.

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>> No. 84560 Anonymous
24th November 2018
Saturday 1:09 pm
84560 Our government isn't totally incompetent
https://www.cyberguerrilla.org/blog/operation-integrity-initiative-british-informational-war-against-all/

Someone up in there's still playing statecraft properly. Even if this piece has been busted by some Anons.

https://www.scribd.com/document/392195802/The-Integrity-Initiative-Guide-to-Countering-Russian-Disinformation-May-2018-v1 is a nice brief on modern disinformation tactics.
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>> No. 84726 Anonymous
31st December 2018
Monday 11:55 pm
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>>84725
Good work, comrade. 5 rubles have been deposited into your account.
>> No. 84727 Anonymous
1st January 2019
Tuesday 12:49 am
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>>84726
Traditionally it's 15 rubles, actually.
>> No. 84728 Anonymous
1st January 2019
Tuesday 12:51 am
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>>84727
Budgets are tight, and train tickets to Salisbury aren't cheap.
>> No. 84729 Anonymous
1st January 2019
Tuesday 4:23 pm
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>>84726

Was this the last post of the year? That's somewhat disappointing.
>> No. 84730 Anonymous
1st January 2019
Tuesday 4:36 pm
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>>84729
Half past two.

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>> No. 84498 Anonymous
17th October 2018
Wednesday 6:56 am
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Why is politics so much less fun these days?

It feels like the time of spectacular gaffes, John Prescott walloping someone for throwing an egg at him, Gordon Brown's live reaction to finding out he'd been recorded calling someone a bigot, Ed Miliband and his EdStone, are over. It seems as though we're now instead in the time of conspiracy theorists and the tinfoil hatters have taken over the mainstream or that perhaps social media storms are sucking the fun out of everything.
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>> No. 84504 Anonymous
18th October 2018
Thursday 12:05 am
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>>84503
Judging, surely, is the prime adjective of the judge?
>> No. 84505 Anonymous
18th October 2018
Thursday 10:22 am
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>>84498
A lower calibre of politician. Even in 1997, The Times was calling Theresa May out on being a Robo-Politician.
Blair, Brown and Prescott were equally a step down from men like Callaghan, Healey and Benn who'd fought in the war, and even they were the B-team to Attlee and Churchill.

The other problems are economics and time. You've already got weaker raw material (political personalities), now you've got to satirise them on a shoestring budget, and you need to have the whole thing written, filmed, edited and on telly by next week because we want it to be topical and even on this timescale, by next week your satire is going to seem dated. Under these circumstances, is it surprising you get so many out-of-touch, received wisdom, this-isn't-very-funny takes on Trump, May and Corbyn from people in the same social circle?

>>84499
I think even apart from alternative news, it's partially the collapse of mass media. Even if you stick to a single news site, the non-linear way you can explore it means we could both come out of a visit to the BBC News site with a completely different impression of the world. Compare with television where you'd got 4 broadly similar channels and you had to pick one of them even if it meant sitting through a documentary about flower arranging.

>>84501
On Trump, I like the line a friend gave me from the Simpsons: The pie gag only works when the sap's got dignity!
The Clinton campaign shooting itself in the foot was quite funny, if you're a bit of a political wonk type of a certain persuasion, but Trump clowning around wasn't funny because he was just an undignified clown. He couldn't lower himself, and Bush had already lowered the office.
>> No. 84506 Anonymous
18th October 2018
Thursday 11:15 am
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>>84505
>You've already got weaker raw material (political personalities), now you've got to satirise them on a shoestring budget, and you need to have the whole thing written, filmed, edited and on telly by next week because we want it to be topical and even on this timescale, by next week your satire is going to seem dated.

HIGNFY gave up long ago and is now largely "here's some things we hastily found on Twitter."
>> No. 84508 Anonymous
18th October 2018
Thursday 4:47 pm
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>>84505
> Even in 1997, The Times was calling Theresa May out on being a Robo-Politician. Blair, Brown and Prescott were equally a step down from men like Callaghan, Healey and Benn who'd fought in the war, and even they were the B-team to Attlee and Churchill.

Hear, hear.
>> No. 84641 Anonymous
19th December 2018
Wednesday 1:38 pm
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Got a visa, lad?

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>> No. 84431 Anonymous
31st August 2018
Friday 12:01 am
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This man is going to be the next Prime Minister and it's going to be fucking awesome.
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>> No. 84432 Anonymous
31st August 2018
Friday 12:22 am
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>>84431
You really know how to hurt a guy.
>> No. 84433 Anonymous
31st August 2018
Friday 4:01 pm
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Can Labour just stop being twats? It's beyond tiresome.
>> No. 84434 Anonymous
2nd September 2018
Sunday 1:37 am
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>>84433

Everything will be free in the utopia
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2nd September 2018
Sunday 7:30 pm
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>> No. 84402 Anonymous
15th August 2018
Wednesday 2:37 am
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Orwellian hells life IRL.
Talking of gaslighting techs performed on exussr grounds.
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>> No. 84425 Anonymous
16th August 2018
Thursday 6:00 pm
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>>84423
A name transplant.
>> No. 84426 Anonymous
16th August 2018
Thursday 9:32 pm
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>>84425

By all results of such existence, too much of disappointments and of troubles that i have earnt already, no name transplant in help for such, i know no ways without wonders tbh.

Where's lots of love there's lots of fails, where is no love there's fail in all.
>> No. 84427 Anonymous
19th August 2018
Sunday 6:33 am
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A sound mind is in a sound body. All you need is recourses enough to sound nutrition
>> No. 84429 Anonymous
23rd August 2018
Thursday 11:22 am
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>>84422
Sorry but I hate and fear people like your mother.
>> No. 84430 Anonymous
23rd August 2018
Thursday 6:33 pm
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>>84429

I don't think you are wrong to, it is a wonder that I am as reasoned person as I am really, but I have ended up with a handful of psychological disorders. My father is just as much of an arsehole but in different ways, he has at least admitted he has a problem, (that he now gets therapy for) but in an 'I can't help it' way that absolves him of his own guilt and is an insult to me.

I think I would have probably turned out better if I went into foster care.

I primary keep contact with either of them is because I want inheritance. Which as fucked up as it sounds and makes me, is the best solution I've come up with for my situation. Keep them at a distance, don't let her in my head, appear for major events.

I can imagine my mother as a final insult and act of narcissism giving all the money to the church though. If that happens I guess she will have out played me to the end.

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>> No. 84368 Anonymous
15th July 2018
Sunday 3:20 pm
84368 Fuckin' Trumpet
Why did he bow to the Rothchilds but not ARE Madge? Fucking bumder.
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>> No. 84382 Anonymous
16th July 2018
Monday 6:03 pm
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>>84378

I was aware of his visit just wasn't aware he bowed to the Rothschilds or whatever. Assuming the bloke in the pic is some sort of Rothschild, doesn't look like he's bowing though?

Is there some other pics/footage or something?
>> No. 84384 Anonymous
16th July 2018
Monday 8:21 pm
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>>84378

You just can't comprehend his twelve-dimensional chess level swamp draining master plan.
>> No. 84398 Anonymous
12th August 2018
Sunday 1:28 am
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>>84384

I can because autism

We are legion
>> No. 84399 Anonymous
12th August 2018
Sunday 2:37 am
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>>84398
I spent way to long looking for a smokester in this image, only to come to the realisation you're a clown with less wit than an Ed Miliband after-dinner speech.
>> No. 84401 Anonymous
12th August 2018
Sunday 3:09 am
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DERP

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>> No. 84227 Anonymous
3rd May 2018
Thursday 7:47 pm
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Why did are Theresa pick this muppet to be home secretary?
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>> No. 84278 Anonymous
16th May 2018
Wednesday 1:47 pm
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>>84277

Isn’t that a lamb though?
>> No. 84279 Anonymous
16th May 2018
Wednesday 2:31 pm
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>>84278
Yes. Time to self-flagellate in Siberia for 5 years as penance.
>> No. 84280 Anonymous
16th May 2018
Wednesday 3:11 pm
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>>84278
Tories out of touch with reality as usual.
>> No. 84281 Anonymous
16th May 2018
Wednesday 3:20 pm
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>>84277
> given a state-issued goat to do with as they please

I'd make a two banging curries and two racks of ribs, myself.
>> No. 84282 Anonymous
16th May 2018
Wednesday 3:43 pm
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>>84281
Only two curries? Are you cooking for the whole street?

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>> No. 84272 Anonymous
8th May 2018
Tuesday 5:07 pm
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Tax on pensioners proposed to heal inter-generational divide

A £10,000 payment should be given to the young and pensioners taxed more, a new report into inter-generational fairness in the UK suggests.

The research and policy organisation, the Resolution Foundation, says these radical moves are needed to better fund the NHS and maintain social cohesion.

The Resolution Foundation says its goal is to improve outcomes for people on low and modest incomes.

Recommendations include:-

• Give £10,000 to all young adults at the age of 25, funded by a new "lifetime receipts tax" that would replace inheritance tax.

• Scrap council tax and replace it with a new property tax targeting wealthier homeowners.

• Use the proceeds from property tax reform to halve stamp duty for first-time buyers and increase public funding for social care.
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>> No. 84273 Anonymous
8th May 2018
Tuesday 5:49 pm
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Why the FUCK did no one tell me I could talk shit for a living at a thonk tank when I was in school? My whole life's a series of half-baked nonsense.
>> No. 84274 Anonymous
8th May 2018
Tuesday 6:31 pm
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>>84273
You've got to wear the right kind of tie to get into a thonk tank.
>> No. 84275 Anonymous
8th May 2018
Tuesday 6:44 pm
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The resolution foundation sometimes comes up with good stuff, but even by the most pessimistic opinions of them this seems like something a work experience kid wrote in 2 weeks.

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>> No. 84217 Anonymous
1st May 2018
Tuesday 5:24 pm
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A vote for Labour is a vote for hepatitis.
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>> No. 84261 Anonymous
5th May 2018
Saturday 6:17 pm
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How's it a meme? Corbyn's made it quite clear he won't compromise slightly on his ideological principles and that he has no interest whatsoever in trying to court so-called centrists as he believes non-voters are an untapped mine full of Trots. You've even got young Trots like Laura Pidcock saying she could never be friends with a Tory.
>> No. 84263 Anonymous
5th May 2018
Saturday 8:10 pm
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>>84261

That's not the same as viewing Tory voters as some kind of political untermensch, he just believes he's correct and that compromising would endanger the policies he feels are too beneficial for the country to lose. Laura Piddock made those comments about Tory MPs, not Tory voters, which is fair enough given the distain for the people of this nation that runs through every Conservatve policy like a great, stinky, skid-mark. Also you've started saying "Trots" which means I remember you from when you were throwing embarrassing fits and calling him "Dear Leader", like it was the only non-thinning joke in existence, as such I'm going stop before you give me a headache.
>> No. 84264 Anonymous
5th May 2018
Saturday 8:57 pm
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>>84263
>he just believes he's correct and that compromising would endanger the policies he feels are too beneficial for the country to lose

I suppose it's a moot point really as he's never going to be in power. It's less the policies people take umbrage with and more Corbyn himself that too many people find off-putting.
>> No. 84265 Anonymous
5th May 2018
Saturday 10:27 pm
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>>84264
>It's less the policies people take umbrage with and more Corbyn himself that too many people find off-putting.
They said the same about Thatcher.
>> No. 84266 Anonymous
5th May 2018
Saturday 11:17 pm
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>>84265
Thatcher had vote-splitting in the opposition to keep her in.

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>> No. 84192 Anonymous
22nd April 2018
Sunday 3:10 am
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Is it still worth voting UKIP?
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>> No. 84202 Anonymous
22nd April 2018
Sunday 5:07 pm
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>>84201
Cretinous inchworm.
>> No. 84203 Anonymous
22nd April 2018
Sunday 5:31 pm
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>>84202
Gelatinous pustule.
>> No. 84204 Anonymous
23rd April 2018
Monday 10:28 pm
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>>84192
Without Saville UKIP is dead. Officially so within a couple of years unless Brexit gets cancelled.
>> No. 84205 Anonymous
24th April 2018
Tuesday 12:17 am
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>>84204
They died the moment Bolton no longer meant Bolton.
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24th April 2018
Tuesday 11:20 am
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>>84204
Has this word filter always misspelled Savile or did it get changed?

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>> No. 84148 Anonymous
7th April 2018
Saturday 9:40 pm
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A new political party with access to up to £50m in funding has been secretly under development for more than a year by a network of entrepreneurs, philanthropists and donors keen to “break the Westminster mould”, the Observer can reveal.

The movement, spearheaded by a former Labour benefactor, is understood to have been drawn up by a group frustrated by the tribal nature of politics, the polarisation caused by Brexit and the standard of political leadership on all sides. It appears to have a centrist policy platform that borrows ideas from both left and right.

Senior figures from the worlds of business and charity are understood to be involved, as well as former supporters of the main parties, including a number of former Tory donors. Sources say the project, led by the multi-millionaire philanthropist and founder of LoveFilm, Simon Franks, has had full-time staff members for as long as a year. Initial discussions are said to have begun at the end of 2016. Franks has set up a company, Project One Movement for the UK, which is likely to be the vehicle for the enterprise.

Some of those involved have apparently been keen for the project to concentrate on funding community activism, rather than becoming a formal political party. A final decision has not yet been taken, but there is said to be a consensus that the movement will run candidates at the next election, due in 2022, should the current parties be deemed to be failing. Some form of political movement could be launched later this year.

There has been persistent speculation about the potential of a new party as Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership has taken Labour to the left, while a Tory hard Brexit has alienated some on that party’s modernising wing. The Lib Dems have been unable to take advantage of the polarisation.

While figures from across the political spectrum are said to be involved in Franks’s project, much of its policy platform appears to be aimed mainly at a liberal, centre-left audience. Potential policy proposals include asking the rich to pay a fairer share of tax, better funding for the NHS and improved social mobility. However, it also backs centre-right ideas on wealth creation and entrepreneurship, and is keen to explore tighter immigration controls. A source said some Brexit supporters are involved.


https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/apr/07/new-political-party-break-mould-westminster-uk-brexit

New Labour's back, lads.
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>> No. 84157 Anonymous
9th April 2018
Monday 3:38 pm
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Meh.
>> No. 84162 Anonymous
9th April 2018
Monday 11:55 pm
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>Three future Leaders of the Labour Party (Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and Jeremy Corbyn) were first elected as Members of Parliament at this election—two of them would later hold the office of Prime Minister
Hmmmmmm...
>> No. 84164 Anonymous
10th April 2018
Tuesday 12:58 am
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>>84162
As Meat Loaf used to say, two out of three ain't bad.
>> No. 84166 Anonymous
10th April 2018
Tuesday 11:57 am
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>>84164
I don't take Corbyn for a Meat Loaf fan.
>> No. 84167 Anonymous
10th April 2018
Tuesday 12:04 pm
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>>84166
I refer the honourable member to the answer I gave some moments ago.

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>> No. 84038 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 5:43 pm
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Mail petition: Give the contract for the UK's new blue passport to a British firm

The Government has decided Britain's post-Brexit blue passports should be made by a European company.

Now the Daily Mail and MailOnline are calling on ministers to put British workers first by reversing the decision and giving the contract to a British firm.

Simply enter your name, email address and home town into the form below to add YOUR voice - the total will be regularly refreshed so you can see how you've made a difference.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/passports

I take it you patriots will be signing the petition?
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>> No. 84080 Anonymous
27th March 2018
Tuesday 9:03 pm
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>>84060

Are Jez isn't the problem lad, if you were paying attention you'd remember how the Blairites spent the majority of last year trying (and failing) to get rid of him. Do you think any of those red Tory neo-liberals are going to admit that a pro-Brexit labour would have been back in power at the last election?
>> No. 84081 Anonymous
27th March 2018
Tuesday 9:15 pm
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>>84080
It's the fucking red Tories, the fucking mainstream media, the fucking Blairites, the fucking Jews. It's everyone's fault but Jeremy Corbyn.
>> No. 84082 Anonymous
27th March 2018
Tuesday 9:32 pm
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>>84081

Yes, those groups do all seem to have it in for the guy, and have been trying to force him out in favour of someone more malleable to their agenda, for some time. No wonder he can't get anything done, right?
>> No. 84083 Anonymous
27th March 2018
Tuesday 9:41 pm
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>>84082
They have been trying to undermine him, but Jeremy Corbyn is also very good at undermining himself.

The two are not mutually exclusive.
>> No. 84084 Anonymous
27th March 2018
Tuesday 11:06 pm
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>>84082
I say we just gas the lot of them. Except the Jews, obviously. I mean, we're not Nazis.

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