Connor Murphy must be a little annoyed.MisterMuncher wrote:She was a shoe-in. Young enough to be plausibly troubles free, from west of the Bann so plays well with rural voters and of the liberal shinner wing
Quite a good eggcorn, mind. Brings to mind visions of a huge disembodied boot nudging the subject, stumbling, forward into the relevant position with a softish kick up the arse.MisterMuncher wrote:Much obliged. I do bland autocorrect partly in this instance, but really should have checked.
Northern Irish VI:
DUP 26.3% (-2.9)
SF 25.3% (+1.3)
SDLP 12.2% (+0.2)
ALLI 9.4% (+2.4)
TUV 4.4% (+1.0)
Chgs w/ 2016 results
So centrist consensus may come to Stormont while England has become a one party state where people with Union Jacks yell at you for being a traitor.MisterMuncher wrote: I anticipate SDLP and UUP doing pretty well out of them, and Alliance making up serious ground. For example, polling station in Loyalist area of North Belfast was showing 30-odd percent turnout at 5pm. Its counterpart in a greener end of the constituency had hid 50, and by 8pm had broken 70.
Won't anybody think of the children?
I wonder which donor ponied up?
When she realises she isn't 'special'.
I read his blog once it was like a cross between a[…]