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9 hours ago, Desert_monkey said:

Lionel Blair 

 

You either need two more or should change your 'reaper update' provider - as he's still kicking (and tapping/jazz handing)...

As for me, I'll continue with tradition and do a 'wishlist' one;

'Lost Prophets' nonce Ian Watkins.

Glam Rock nonce Gary Glitter (real name George O' Dowd).

It's a Nonceout - Stuart Hall.

I'll also do my lifepool picks and extend best wishes to;

Sir David Attenborough

Clint Eastwood

and

HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Good health for the year to those three gentlemen.:hi:

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49 minutes ago, Breightmet Boy said:

Dianne Oxberry the weather girl, 51 years old is no bloody age.

R.I.P.:(

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1 hour ago, Breightmet Boy said:

Dianne Oxberry the weather girl, 51 years old is no bloody age.

That's a shock that one

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Can't believe Diane Oxberry has gone.

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21 minutes ago, Blondi said:

Can't believe Diane Oxberry has gone.

Big shock for me too that, felt a part of everyday life with her on the news every day what an awful shame.

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25 minutes ago, Blondi said:

Can't believe Diane Oxberry has gone.

Some of you weren't too keen on her when she was alive.

 

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Absolutely gutted.

I mentioned on here previously how she personally took the time to help us as a family when my lad was around 6.

He'd developed a fear of rain and flooding that was so severe he would get panic attacks. It was getting really difficult as a parent to know what to do.

To cut a long story short, one fantastic letter from her sorted him out.

We got the opportunity to thank her personally at the Tatton flower show last summer, something I always be grateful for.

A bit crushed this morning, and tearful.

RIP

Edited by Tonge moor green jacket

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not read the thread but i wasnt a member of her fan club

however, 2 kids have lost their mum way too young

sad

 

 

itll be jaki brambles next

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1 hour ago, Casino said:

not read the thread but i wasnt a member of her fan club

however, 2 kids have lost their mum way too young

sad

 

 

itll be jaki brambles next

It's the person behind the celebrity that counts. Together with he colleagues, the help I received was invaluable and she didn't have to do it.

Tremendous person.

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5 hours ago, freds dad said:

Some of you weren't too keen on her when she was alive.

 

Well you obviously hadn't realised how ill she was otherwise I'm sure yoiu'd have swapped one of the centenarians in your three for her.

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7 hours ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

It's the person behind the celebrity that counts. Together with he colleagues, the help I received was invaluable and she didn't have to do it.

Tremendous person.

My wife met her a few times when she used to visit police headquarters on BBC business. She was very fond of her and always commented on the clothes she wore on the tv. A woman thing I guess.

The North West Tonight tribute this evening was very emotional. 

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11 minutes ago, Boby Brno said:

My wife met her a few times when she used to visit police headquarters on BBC business. She was very fond of her and always commented on the clothes she wore on the tv. A woman thing I guess.

The North West Tonight tribute this evening was very emotional. 

Indeed. Watched it myself. Very fitting.

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On 09/01/2019 at 04:45, Youri McAnespie said:

You either need two more or should change your 'reaper update' provider - as he's still kicking (and tapping/jazz handing)...

As for me, I'll continue with tradition and do a 'wishlist' one;

'Lost Prophets' nonce Ian Watkins.

Glam Rock nonce Gary Glitter (real name George O' Dowd).

It's a Nonceout - Stuart Hall.

I'll also do my lifepool picks and extend best wishes to;

Sir David Attenborough

Clint Eastwood

and

HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Good health for the year to those three gentlemen.:hi:

Just taking my time over the other 2

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Joan Collins

Barry Humphries

Malc.....Glazer

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The Queen

Prince Philip

Prince Charles

 

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On 12/01/2019 at 22:25, Desert_monkey said:

Just taking my time over the other 2

Hurry up then...

It'll be 2020's thread shortly :shok:

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6 hours ago, Youri McAnespie said:

Hurry up then...

It'll be 2020's thread shortly :shok:

Theresa May 

Democracy 

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surely democracy is being shown to be extremely healthy

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8 minutes ago, Casino said:

surely democracy is being shown to be extremely healthy

Far from it.

The likelihood that a general election would solve this problem is fanciful. It is at least as likely as not that no party would emerge with an overall majority. 

One of the problems that the current government have had is avoiding parliament rather than working with it. It sets an unfortunate precedent for what might follow.

The essential fact is that the then PM, Cameron, undertook that the referendum would be honoured but that is still far from certain.

As has been said, there was no soft departure before the referendum - it was remain or over the cliff edge into uncertainty.

The majority of MPs from both major parties represent constituencies that voted to leave, but the majority of MPs from both parties wish to remain.

May is despised in parliament (but more liked than ever by the electorate) for her obduracy.

Whatever your position democracy is far from healthy.

Strangely DJT gave May the best advice but she laughed it off.

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29 minutes ago, Bigtoe said:

Bob Monkhouse...

I feel 15 years younger all of a sudden, thanks Bigtoe :)

must admit though, I had to double check :)

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