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By Bones McCoy
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Big Arnold wrote:
Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:24 am
She said "one lapse of judgement" should not "negate years of good work", and asked that people should look at her husband's "other virtues" that "offset the sin".
But there aren't any.
Back in 2013 a government minister (see if you can guess which one readers) failed to accept that poverty was an issue.

"People get themselves into debt and go to food banks because they have made bad decisions"


THEY: make bad decisions and deserve no assistance.

I: had a lapse of judgement which shouldn't be held against me.
 
By youngian
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I’m not the only person who can’t believe I’m saying this but he is the best option out of all the leadership contenders as he has shown the intellectual capacity to acknowledge problems Brexit will bring and say it. Getting praised for acting like a rational human being is a very low bar of course
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By Big Arnold
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youngian wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:02 am
I’m not the only person who can’t believe I’m saying this but he is the best option out of all the leadership contenders as he has shown the intellectual capacity to acknowledge problems Brexit will bring and say it. Getting praised for acting like a rational human being is a very low bar of course
It's a bar to being chosen as PM though.
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