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My lad just been sent home from school with 59 other kids

Has to isolate until xmas day

For fucks fucking sake. Had managed to avoid this caper so far.

What's the rules for the rest of us in the house then?

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Just now, Spider said:

My lad just been sent home from school with 59 other kids

Has to isolate until xmas day

For fucks fucking sake. Had managed to avoid this caper so far.

What's the rules for the rest of us in the house then?

Are you an MP or senior civil servant?

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15 minutes ago, mickbrown said:

There's fuck all to like. Never has been

He's lied, blustered and bullshitted though his entire life. 

How the fuck did he end up PM?  

The majority rule, I suppose

 

I know it’s inconvenient, but there you go

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2 minutes ago, Spider said:

My lad just been sent home from school with 59 other kids

Has to isolate until xmas day

For fucks fucking sake. Had managed to avoid this caper so far.

What's the rules for the rest of us in the house then?

I think you can still go about your business, unless you start to show symptoms.

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Just now, boltondiver said:

The majority rule, I suppose

 

Inknow it’s inconvenient, but there you go

I look at it this way. He’s that bad according to some. What does that say about the person criticizing him given his position compared to theirs? 

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4 minutes ago, Spider said:

My lad just been sent home from school with 59 other kids

Has to isolate until xmas day

For fucks fucking sake. Had managed to avoid this caper so far.

What's the rules for the rest of us in the house then?

You can carry on.

My nipper has had to isolate twice, but rest of us could crack on. Which made no sense to me, but there you go.

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Just now, Escobarp said:

I look at it this way. He’s that bad according to some. What does that say about the person criticizing him given his position compared to theirs? 

Poor

Even you know how hes got to where he is

 

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1 minute ago, Casino said:

Poor

Even you know how hes got to where he is

 

Yes as do you. By the majority of people voting for him ultimately. That’s precisely how he took the step up from MP to PM. There is no arguing about that. It’s a cheese fact that one mate 

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3 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

The majority rule, I suppose

 

I know it’s inconvenient, but there you go

I know how elections, work ta very much

I mean how the fuck did he end up as a leader of a party?

Monster raving loonies, or UKIP at a push, but leader of the Conservatives?

 

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1 minute ago, Escobarp said:

Yes as do you. By the majority of people voting for him ultimately. That’s precisely how he took the step up from MP to PM. There is no arguing about that. It’s a cheese fact that one mate 

Majority of Tory MP's (313 at the time) not people.

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4 minutes ago, mickbrown said:

Majority of Tory MP's (313 at the time) not people.

Is that correct? Was he not elected as leader of the conservatives and THEN went to a general election to confirm his current term as PM and won that election by a large margin with a public vote by the people of the UK? Or is my understanding of our political system incorrect? 
 

guess it is correct how he became PM by default initially. But the people voted him in a large majority. That’s a lot of stupid people in your highly educated opinion 

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1 hour ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

[B]Easy pickings when going on about covid.[/b]

Nothing is ever good enough. Kate Green was right on that front- too good an opportunity to miss.

 

Do we not have one of the highest number of COVID deaths and worst affected economies?

It might be an open goal, but Boris and the government are putting the crosses in.

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1 minute ago, Escobarp said:

Is that correct? Was he not elected as leader of the conservatives and THEN went to a general election to confirm his current term as PM and won that election by a large margin with a public vote by the people of the UK? Or is my understanding of our political system incorrect? 

Yes, he’s been rubber-stamped by the voting public, after the conservative membership voted for him.

No matter one’s personal view, a democratic decision.

Now, tell me about Corbyn or Sir Keir?

Similar, I think?

And the country similarly decided against their views. 

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Boris is a giggle though

Dangling off zip wires, waving union jacks. Putting deals in ovens in an office just like everyone elses. He appeals to the yuppie sorts.

His wiffing and waffing is endearing when he's just being asked questions about London's cycle lanes, or if he's playing rugby with brown children.

His affable, latin bullshit has become very tiring when it's being used to try and cover up the turds he keeps dropping behind him.

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Just now, Spider said:

Boris is a giggle though

Dangling off zip wires, waving union jacks. He appeals to the yuppie sorts.

His wiffing and waffing is endearing when he's just being asked questions about London's cycle lanes, or if he's playing rugby with brown children.

His affable, latin bullshit has become very tiring when it's being used to try and cover up the turds he keeps dropping behind him.

What’s the alternative ? Right there in a nutshell is the problem. 
 

Starmer I’m sure must have somebody dress him in a morning as I cannot imagine for one minute he has the fortitude to decide what to wear himself and actually go for it. Unless it’s just politics that he lacks any sort of conviction of course. 
 

 

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6 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

Is that correct? Was he not elected as leader of the conservatives and THEN went to a general election to confirm his current term as PM and won that election by a large margin with a public vote by the people of the UK? Or is my understanding of our political system incorrect? 
 

guess it is correct how he became PM by default initially. But the people voted him in a large majority. That’s a lot of stupid people in your highly educated opinion 

Well again, not strictly true. If we're being pedantic, and I do know you love a bit of pedantry from time to time, the party of which he was leader won the most seats. It's a parliamentary election not a presidential one, as well you know.

Also, they won 43% of a 67% turnout so nowhere near a majority of people voted for them/him.

And yep, you're right, there's a lot of stupid people out there.

 

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10 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

Is that correct? Was he not elected as leader of the conservatives and THEN went to a general election to confirm his current term as PM and won that election by a large margin with a public vote by the people of the UK? Or is my understanding of our political system incorrect? 

I think it is, as members of the public, we only vote for our own MP, we don't vote for the PM  -  I'd have thought somebody as literal as you would know that 😀

So if those voting in the GE thought they were voting for Boris, then most of them were actually wrong, they were not

 

And obviously he was voted in as PM by his own party initially, fuck all to do with us plebs

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3 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

What’s the alternative ? Right there in a nutshell is the problem. 
 

Starmer I’m sure must have somebody dress him in a morning as I cannot imagine for one minute he has the fortitude to decide what to wear himself and actually go for it. Unless it’s just politics that he lacks any sort of conviction of course. 
 

 

Correct, at the last GE, there was no alternative to the Conservatives, hence the massive majority they now hold. I'd have thought Starmer will give who ever is PM at the next GE a decent run for their money.

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1 minute ago, Sweep said:

I think it is, as members of the public, we only vote for our own MP, we don't vote for the PM  -  I'd have thought somebody as literal as you would know that 😀

So if those voting in the GE thought they were voting for Boris, then most of them were actually wrong, they were not

 

And obviously he was voted in as PM by his own party initially, fuck all to do with us plebs

you are correct I never thought of it like that. But, taking it literally and following I trhtouh , a vote for your local MP is a vote for the PM in a general election. That’s what a GE is, is it not? 

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Just now, Spider said:

Just because a majority wanted him, doesn't mean he's not a thundering bumblecunt.

 

They won, that's the system. But a majority of people didn't want them/him.

He's a thundering bumblecunt regardless of any results. Always will be. 

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1 minute ago, mickbrown said:

They won, that's the system. But a majority of people didn't want them/him.

He's a thundering bumblecunt regardless of any results. Always will be. 

We voted against PR in 2010 or so.

Clearly the will of the public to retain the system and given we are one of the great nations, then it has obviously worked.

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