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Just now, Spider said:

They’re paid for by us.

Alas, that means they have to be squeaky clean

 I will say it again. If they are breaking the rules/law they deserve what they get. 
 

Folk might not like it but I suspect they haven’t broken any rules. They are simply unscrupulous greedy cunts.  But that’s not an offense. 
 

it’s a morality issue this as I see it. If proven to be more than that then throw the book at them 

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My last comment on this... There are people on here who apart from being Bolton fans I have nothing in common with & whose opinions I wheheartedly disagree with, however I would fight for their ri

I'll even name names. The following are massive cunts: Me. Bolty. Miami. Cheese. Kent. Casino. Kipper. Royal. Labour. Tories. Scotland. The Welsh. The EU. Americans. People from fucking Yorkshire

Tough Shit?   Just to be clear, you're saying that if you were to lose your job and your standard of living hit the skids for a few years, you'd be ok with it because you could wave your blue passpo

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Just now, Spider said:

They’re paid for by us.

Alas, that means they have to be squeaky clean

Don't forget to post some from other parties purely for balance.

This twitter link shows why Labour are totally fucked when they have clueless tramps like this on their benches

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Spider said:

They’re paid for by us.

Alas, that means they have to be squeaky clean

😊

When you find a squeaky clean political party, anywhere, in any country, perhaps in the whole of the unknown universe..........

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5 minutes ago, Boby Brno said:

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When you find a squeaky clean political party, anywhere, in any country, perhaps in the whole of the unknown universe..........

To be fair, they all take the piss to some degree.

To what degree that takes though is the difference.

Those with old network connections are taking the piss out of the rest of us. That doesn't mean Two Jags back then wasn't also but the figures these days have several more zeros in them.

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12 hours ago, Spider said:

They’re paid for by us.

Alas, that means they have to be squeaky clean

Yes.

Does that mean however, that any company that a minister may have a business interest in CANNOT bid for any government contracts?

Similarly mps?

Then you may be looking at restriction of trade etc.

So long as bids are won fairly, and go through the proper rules then no problem for me.

It's interesting that his 15% gifted stake in his sister's company is being used. That company won a contract with the Welsh government (nowt to do with uk government) which is a labour one!

The "lifespan" for many mps is short and its understandable that they will have business interests away from parliament. One of the accusations thrown at mps is that they often lack real world experience, so is it that bad that they have some business contacts.

Clearly an overall review wouldn't go amiss, but unless you ban mps from having any at all during and for a period afterwards - all with its associated compensatory requirements- then it won't change. 

For me, ensuring that interests are revealed and any contracts gone through official procedures is the realistic way to approach the matter. Otherwise they may be hidden away, with less scrutiny and accountability. 

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1 minute ago, kent_white said:

You think that anybody who Labour appeals to isn't a decent person? 

Sorry, I was being flippant.

I do think that Labour aren't appealing/reaching out to normal, decent, middle of the road, hard-working folks (aside of those who will always vote Labour)

That's a better definition.

At the heart of those currently driving Labour is a nastiness.

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14 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

 

I do think that Labour aren't appealing/reaching out to normal, decent, middle of the road, hard-working folks 

Well, it got the tories elected, didnt it

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1 hour ago, boltondiver said:

Sorry, I was being flippant.

I do think that Labour aren't appealing/reaching out to normal, decent, middle of the road, hard-working folks (aside of those who will always vote Labour)

That's a better definition.

At the heart of those currently driving Labour is a nastiness.

If agree with that one! 😁

Maybe not the last line though. I don't think Keir Starmer is nasty.

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11 minutes ago, kent_white said:

If agree with that one! 😁

Maybe not the last line though. I don't think Keir Starmer is nasty.

I don’t think he’s charge of the culture as yet. He’s (probably) a reasonable person. I haven’t looked much into his history as yet.

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Surely you can write off the last election? Corbyn isn’t a serious opponent is he? Unelectable. It’s on Labour to get someone who is, they appear to be failing thus far.

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1 hour ago, Carlos said:

Surely you can write off the last election? Corbyn isn’t a serious opponent is he? Unelectable. It’s on Labour to get someone who is, they appear to be failing thus far.

Said before I reckon it'll all depend on how COVID pans out next couple of months. We're a one issue country at the moment - unless you're Scottish.

And it's also difficult to assess how Brexit has affected the economy. That's the biggy for me!

 

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47 minutes ago, kent_white said:

Said before I reckon it'll all depend on how COVID pans out next couple of months. We're a one issue country at the moment - unless you're Scottish.

And it's also difficult to assess how Brexit has affected the economy. That's the biggy for me!

 

The brexit that labour refused to take a stance on? That one? 

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5 hours ago, boltondiver said:

I don’t think he’s charge of the culture as yet. He’s (probably) a reasonable person. I haven’t looked much into his history as yet.

Yet ignored Boris's?

Ah it's good to be back🙂

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Did Mick the Frown forget this too ? Not to mention 32 Labour councillors and MPs currently under investigation for fraud ?

Shall we mention Liverpool, housing fraud, Abbott's son, the woman MP jailed, voter fraud and many more 😳 

The Liebour list is endless too

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9199829/amp/Unite-union-paid-firm-owned-leader-Len-McLuskeys-friend-95-million-7m-hotel-project.html?__twitter_impression=true

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Labour’s traditional voting base, you know, the council house estate resident and white van man (I’ve been both) have been marginalised by the middle class types with a guilt conscience. 
As I said last night, many have moved and voted for a party they feel more comfortable with. 
Labour, in its current form, will never get into power.

Instead of constantly criticising a party that was voted into power, probably due to the lack of a credible alternative, criticise the alternative.

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