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By Bones McCoy
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youngian wrote:You may recall his mother m'lud Linzi Drew from the days you kept magazines in the shed.
I remember her, Bucks Fixx haircut, something of a fixture beneath the foliage on the nearby wasteland.
 
By spoonman
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Supposed to be that IDS spoke in an interview on LBC (with Nick Ferrari?) saying something along the lines of "Brexit is happening and if you don't like it GTFO of Britain!"

Haven't found any audio or video confirming this yet so I'm treating the alleged comments with caution but if they're true, he's wanting to become King Gammon isn't he?
 
By Bones McCoy
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spoonman wrote:
Wed May 30, 2018 7:14 pm
Supposed to be that IDS spoke in an interview on LBC (with Nick Ferrari?) saying something along the lines of "Brexit is happening and if you don't like it GTFO of Britain!"

Haven't found any audio or video confirming this yet so I'm treating the alleged comments with caution but if they're true, he's wanting to become King Gammon isn't he?
Disqualified, by his pale "Nosferatu" pallor.
 
By Cyclist
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KevS wrote:
Wed May 30, 2018 8:39 pm
I'd be surprised if he did say that to be fair, considering 30% of voters for his party are Remainers.
What's that got to do with it? Don't forget he's in the same party as Mrs T "Brexit means Brexit" May.
By Catkins
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Supposed to be that IDS spoke in an interview on LBC (with Nick Ferrari?) saying something along the lines of "Brexit is happening and if you don't like it GTFO of Britain!"
Slightly harder to GTFOO Britain, when our free movement rights are being taken away, eh Iain?
 
By AOB
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The Universal Jobmatch website, which came in under his watch, is closing in a week or so. Monster used to run it but Adzuna are taking over and it seems 21st century technology is not far advanced enough to transfer log in credentials to the new site so everyone has to start from scratch :roll:

Here's a thought for Adzuna. Weed out bogus job ads and prosecute the people responsible. The ones just after contact details so they can bombard people with spam phone calls and emails. I had nigh on 50 numbers blocked on my last phone from cold callers as a direct result of my job applying period, even months after I was back in work. I appreciate not all of them would have been as a result of UJM but it would send a message if prosecutions were publicised. For example, I saw one firm advertise for the same post repeatedly with a new closing date each time, every 10-14 days. They weren't a recruitment firm or a large company with multiple posts for the same role. It was clearly a scam but UJM didn't have any procedure in place to twig on that something dodgy must have been going on.
 
By youngian
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The thick turd is ranting about business in the Mail today who are know-nothing Monterist sound money, Keynesian social democrat Nazis. Bare with me
Before World War II, as the historian Andrew Roberts has pointed out, the Federation of British Industries — the forerunner of the CBI — supported both the Gold Standard (which, in its constraints on a government’s ability to manage the economy is an instrument of jobs destruction), and the appeasement of Nazi Germany.

Between 1937 and 1939 while the Nazis were opening their concentration camps, the FBI oversaw the creation of no fewer than 33 separate agreements between British and German business groups.

Undaunted by this sorry record, after the war the CBI supported the socialistic nationalisation of much of the economy by the Labour Government — just as it backed Harold Wilson’s ill-fated introduction of tripartite state planning (social partnership based on affiliations between business, labour and the state to create economic policy) in the 1960s, and the wholesale surrender to trade union power in the 1970s. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/artic ... wrong.html
 
By Big Arnold
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youngian wrote:
Thu Jun 28, 2018 2:25 pm
The thick turd is ranting about business in the Mail today who are know-nothing Monterist sound money, Keynesian social democrat Nazis. Bare with me

[Strips off]
 
By Messianic Trees
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What a surprise:
The Guardian wrote:On Sky, Duncan Smith was ... asked about the knighthood given to his fellow Brexiter John Hayes on Friday. This has widely been seen as an attempt to buy Hayes’ support ahead of the vote on the Brexit deal. Mark Francois, another Brexiter, responded with a letter mocking Hayes, and claiming he could “list his political principles on the back of an old postage stamp”. But Duncan Smith defended Hayes’ decision to take the honour. He said:

“When it comes to John Hayes, he’s an old friend, and he’s been a loyal minister. I have to say, he deserves a knighthood. I’m very happy for him and his wife Susan.”
 
By Big Arnold
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At least their kids aren't being stabbed to death': Iain Duncan Smith says the punishment handed down to British public schoolboy in Singapore is reprehensible - but people are safer on the streets there than in Britain

Singapore's brutal flogging punishments might seem archaic to Britons. *
* Not to Mailites obviously.
British defender, sandhurst, United Kingdom, 14 hours ago

I'm sorry but what Singapore does isn't barbaric by any means, it's fit punishment for crimes. Only because we have idiotic snowflakes governing our country with no punishment fit for purpose that we have the problems we have today. It's time to get very tough on all crime and immigration abuses.

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