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By Malcolm Armsteen
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Bones McCoy wrote:
Tue Mar 19, 2019 12:11 pm
Err, do any of these look familiar?

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Next week: Grid girls.
 
By Bones McCoy
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@missalicegrant @beatricegrant_

Sisters apparently and [warning] a bit too young for our leery comments.


And don't say Glammon, they hate that.
While Mitford tribute act is a bit harsh.
 
By Biggus Robbus
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Peter Hitchens wrote:From now on, democracy will be about a sullen, cheated, resentful majority wishing to make sure that everyone else now suffers as much as it has been suffering. We are moving from the politics of self-improvement to the politics of vengeance and spite, conspiracy theories, scapegoats and calls for the jailing and humiliation of the defeated.
Sadly. I agree with Hitchens on this.
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By Bones McCoy
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Biggus Robbus wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 3:40 pm
Peter Hitchens wrote:From now on, democracy will be about a sullen, cheated, resentful majority wishing to make sure that everyone else now suffers as much as it has been suffering. We are moving from the politics of self-improvement to the politics of vengeance and spite, conspiracy theories, scapegoats and calls for the jailing and humiliation of the defeated.
Sadly. I agree with Hitchens on this.
There's no "From now on" about it.
This has always been a thread of the Tory message to their lower class voters.

It dates back long before "Alarm clock Britain".
By Chris S
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Can they really have thought, in a controversy so profound and passionate, that a vote of 51.89 per cent to 48.11 per cent was a shining, decisive mandate in which the winner could hope to take all and the loser should be left to grind his teeth in perpetuity?
Also agree with this, especially since my wife's side of the family keep posting 'We won, you lost, get over it!' shit on Facebook.

Nice change from banging on about Big Dope every week, anyway.
 
By Biggus Robbus
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If there's grass on the pitch.............. j/k

Hitchens supports a Norway type deal. I think that is him being consistent with his British social conservatism; he is showing restraint.

How the other hard Brexiters, who claim to be socially conservative and British, could learn a bit from Peter Hitchens on this topic at least.
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