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Wanderers Ways. Neil Thompson 1961-2021

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  1. There is a back lash because everything this bunch of useless cunts come up with is bollocks. Do you think there would have been a back lash if in last 14 years the Govt had invested in better systems and processes to deal with the back log ? trained and retained enough staff to deal with the back log ? Read my post. As usual they have trotted out their three line meaningless slogans 'stop the boats'. And then come up with policies that are questionable morally and legally. The backlash you talk about is the screen they use to hide their incompetence. You can only successfully challenge something in court that is legally flawed. So we spend millions on something shit that does not work and ignore the thing that is broken and is 100% in your control. They then blame everyone else as you are doing. Every area of public service from the NHS to tax office. Broken by the Tories who take no responsibility for anything , more concerned with blaming others and infighting.
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  2. Is it ok to think the boats need stopping but the tories are shit and moving them to Africa is a ridiculous idea? Just asking like.
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  3. Im sure @Aniwho actually knows what hes talking about covered this Im fairly sure itd be unethical for a bank to go public on its reasons Im equally sure farridge knows the reasons And its not that hes an absolute cunt
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  4. You have put a bet on. You’re betting that we can afford to pay your cash back in full. In 5 years time your 10 G’s could have vanished so the grand is irrelevant. Fair play for taking the risk though.
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  5. You don't get your bank accounts closed and others refusing to let you open one for no reason. They don't care what your political persuasion is.
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  6. Seems the tactic is working, pages of chat about immigration when the biggest crisis we are facing is inflation. They'd rather we just focus of people with no power risking their lives rather than the mess of the economy.
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  7. Lottery Winners playing a shed behind Notts Countys ground tonight, had a drink with them during the afternoon watching other bands will never play a gig this small again
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  8. You could argue that both systems (US & UK) are coping with the rise of Populism/Nationalism fairly well. The cunts on both sides of the Atlantic are going down - some more literally than others. It's just that the wheels of genuine democracy turn very slowly.
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  9. You've been on the winning side of every public vote for over a decade. You're easily led. You've put your trust in scammers and fraudsters, and haven't come to terms with it yet. Get over it.
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  10. I don’t think it’s just IE. It’s Sharon, Football Ventures and the whole club approach, to live within our means and not be held ransom to any player or club we’re purchasing from.
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  11. Heaven forbid we abide by the rule of law This kind of thing really is dangerous
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  12. It's not good, this
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  13. So if we vote in a different government, and they decide to open the flood gates entirely, you'd be fine with that too?
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  15. I win a grand if we get promoted; and I haven’t put a bet on.
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  16. To a point MK and we’re certainly not a mega club in the United, City, Liverpool and the like sense but let’s be fair, Wanderers are a big club with a rich history and we do have a big fan base, none of which Wigan have. Outside of the big city clubs I’d say we’re as “big” as anybody so I’m sure when players are coming here from lower levels they’re saying exactly what they think not what they’re told and are obviously glad to be here.
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  17. Don’t be ridiculous. There we’re 2 Eddies and they were both at least 20ft tall.
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  18. It seems not, every time government attempt to deal with illegal immigration there is a backlash from the left, woke, liberals, immigration charities, resulting in a court case, most folk want our government to actually be able to govern without oversight by the aforementioned do gooders, if that means we have to review or actively push for change in outdated international law, then so be it.
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  19. We can do whatever we want. The fact is the current lot have done fuck all. Let's assume @royal white is right that they're a million here illegally. That means they are unable to work and contribute in any way. We are taking on average 18 months to process them and having to put them up in barges , hotels whatever. I am sure anyone who has worked in any job will know if you have a blockage in any process you work to get that fixed so the process can work well. They have ignored the problem and let it build up. Absolute neglect as they have chosen to focus money and resource on the Rwanda plan. This trial will take 1000 and we will take some from them. So we no longer have 1m we have 999000 ! Why not put all that time and effort into processing the backlog? At the moment the message is get to the UK, you get at least 18 months before they start to look at you. If that was the 6 months it is meant to be that would be a bigger deterrent than knowing that 0.1% might get sent to Rwanda. Then whilst being processed you will expected to take on suitable work, which if you do not have proof of suitable qualifications picking fruit and cleaning toilets.
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  20. 48 hours since Gonzo posted about this weeks riots and it's not been blamed on Brexit or the Tories. Are the politics bores having a few days off?
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  21. Hopefully a bit better than the current cluster fuck on the back of 13 years of Tory power. Taking back control.
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  22. I remember playing Partick Thistle
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  23. I remember playing St Mirren in the Anglo Scottish Cup in the 70s, had to look it up to confirm we lost 5-4 over 2 legs in the quarter final in 79/80 season
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  24. Because they appear to be incapable of seeing the problems which would inevitably arise if intake continues or even grows. It would be easy for me to say 'fuck it' let them get what they appear to be voting for and learn the hard way (as they will next year). Sometimes it is necessary and the only way. I have extended family there and would prefer for them not to experience the inevitable strain on services which is already there but due to multiply year on year. Too many apparently insurmountable issues starting with no government (or politician) with the iron will to ditch the ECHR and other EU leftover laws and really get to work on solutions which might have the side effect of most of the marigolds sobbing into their lace handkerchiefs.
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  25. Another selective post from "Mr. Fairandequitable". I take it your eco filter prevents you seeing insults flying the other way?
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  26. You can only sell to another Tifosy investor. They'll be more like gilts and other corporate bonds than shares. It's a loan to BWFC, the only additional capital return beyond your interest payment is the promotion bonus. Otherwise you're repaid at par in 5 years time. Not sure why anyone would pay over the odds, but there might be distress sellers who need their capital back.
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  27. If you was asked to pay 5k to get on a boat over the Med and then a dinghy across the Channel, with a chance you’d end up drowning, would you pay it?
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  28. Ill watch it later!
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  29. Fkinell another M0ng. It helps if you know what’s being discussed “if safe and legal routes do come in” It’s not hard is it.
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  30. So why would anyone who could come over using the safe and legal route pay 5k to come over on a dinghy?
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  31. Potentially then, that would be unlawful given the latest ruling. A tricky situation, as sooner or later someone will need to grasp the bull by the horns and say to hell with it. For now though, the judicial process will be followed- whoever lost was going to seek leave to appeal to the supreme Court. In the meantime, the new bill(s) will help with the courts, but again it just takes time. Hardly a surprise and nothing was going to change yesterday as further court action was inevitable. We can't simply tow the boats back neither, as we have no jurisdiction in French waters. That said, I wouldn't be averse to simply making an example and doing just that. It would then create a crisis, that would prompt genuine action in Europe. The French are escorting vessels away from their shores once a boat has left land, so we could show a similar level of disregard and see what happens.
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  32. I’m hoping the Supreme Court overrule the decision, that the government are allowed to enact this policy then we can all make a call next election if it worked or not.
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  33. I do not like the Rwanda plan, it is just a distraction from the real issue. However why is it OK for the United Nations to send refugees there and not the UK ?
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  34. Did he go down looking for a free kick?
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  35. one of the guys from Bukta set up Front Runner from Gilnow Mill- went on to supply kits to Betis, Seville, Valladolid, Bradford and a few more. Maradonna wearing a shirt made in Daubhill? Yeah that happened
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