Discussion of the UK Government
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By Cyclist
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As I passed the telly in the foyer earlier I heard the pathetic excuse for a human being whining something about how there aren't enough affordable houses for people to buy, and our transport network isn't up to scratch, and I had to stop myself from shouting WHO'S BEEN IN POWER FOR THE LAST TEN FUCKING YEARS? at the screen.

Is he trying to blame Labour for ten years of of Tory inactivity, and Tory cuntishness?

Who extended the help to buy scheme to arseholes who wanted to extend their property portfolios, this pricing the little people out of the market.

Just when I think I couldn't hate them any more than I already do, they find new depths to plumb.
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By Boiler
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I found myself briefly lying down this afternoon and listening to PM. They were doing a vox pop amongst "Red Wall" voters in Bolsover.

It was interesting to note two people say that Labour were more credible under Keir Starmer and that Corbyn was the reason they didn't vote Labour last time; the question was "is Johnson living up to your expectations?"
 
By davidjay
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Boiler wrote:
Tue Oct 06, 2020 5:39 pm
I found myself briefly lying down this afternoon and listening to PM. They were doing a vox pop amongst "Red Wall" voters in Bolsover.

It was interesting to note two people say that Labour were more credible under Keir Starmer and that Corbyn was the reason they didn't vote Labour last time; the question was "is Johnson living up to your expectations?"
You know it, I know it. But he's not a proper socialist.
By mr angry manchester
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Plus the cunt mentioned that, during World War 2, the Beveridge report was produced, giving this as an example of planning.

WHICH PARTY OF TWATS TRIED THEIR BEST TO DISMANTLE IT WHEN IN POWER IN THE 80S?
 
By KevS
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Just been flicking through the channels, and discovered our glorious leader on a Top Gear in days of yore doing the celebrity lap thing.

We were shown footage of Johnson taking a solid dependable vehicle in tricky conditions, and making a complete hash of things, spinning out of control, making unexpected u-turns, and not sure which way he was facing.

Hmmmm.
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By Andy McDandy
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Playing the clown, but didn't it make you laugh and aaaaaah, it wasn't what you were expecting from a politician, was it eh?

One trick pony.
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By Tubby Isaacs
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Matt Western (Lab) says Deloitte will not set up its testing facility in Leamington until the end of the month, later than expected. But students are there now.

Johnson says there have been particular problems in some parts of the country.
How about you know about the issue in Leamington that you were asked about?

It's like they cancelled Final Score and put up a caption saying "Various football teams played each other today".
 
By davidjay
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Andy McDandy wrote:
Wed Oct 07, 2020 1:22 pm
Playing the clown, but didn't it make you laugh and aaaaaah, it wasn't what you were expecting from a politician, was it eh?

One trick pony.
And it was exactly what you expected from him. Because he was the Ledge, it was Boris being Boris. And the thing that's just struck me is that at some stage between becoming king over the water and winning in December, he stopped that persona and became what we're seeing now - the man who can get away with anything not because he's the Ledge but because he's the Prime Minister, and opposition is treason.
 
By crabcakes_windermere
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Even the awful Hartley-Brewer was saying how piss poor Johnson was today. I think the groundwork is being laid for a swift January ejection once no-deal is locked in so that they can let the next anointed one do some sort of a shitty paper-thin deal and be praised as the saviour of the UK.
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