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  1. It would have been interesting to know what would have happened if Labour had won in 2010. Alistair Darling: we will cut deeper than Margaret Thatcher Thinktank warns of 'two parliaments of pain' with spending slashed by 25% to repair black hole in finances https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2010/mar/25/alistair-darling-cut-deeper-margaret-thatcher
  2. Especially considering Corbyn was filmed at a rally supporting her, plus several other current Labour MPs supported her.
  3. Yep, old Labour and their "private schools are bad, but we'll send our kids to them anyway"
  4. Lad, I've been a gamer since the first home pong consoles in the 70s and still play GTA today. If you want to know why you're being booted, your arrogant attitude is probably the reason. If this forum had a user boot option I'm pretty sure most of us would have clicked it by now.
  5. Agree with the above. I think you're being trolled and they 've conned you into buying an unnecessary VPN.
  6. Great story today about someone who took out a 50L drum from their boot, filled it with petrol, then couldn't lift it back into his car. People waiting wouldn't help, so he went back into the shop to ask for a refund!
  7. They're sold a dream and its hard to shake. The guy in this story is obsessed with Manchester. He believes its some kind of utopia and that England has plenty of jobs and isn't racist. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-58789567 And stuff like this doesn't help: Food firm offering workers £30 an hour to pick broccoli - that's £62,000 a year https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/news/food-firm-offering-workers-30-21677777 Cabbage pickers offered £62,000 salary by firm amid national staff shortage https://metro.co.uk/2021/09/24/cabbage-pickers-offered-62000-salary-by-veg-firm-amid-uk-staff-shortage-15311969/ It turns out its piece work with the potential to earn that. Imagine if you're reading that in the Sudan or the other migrant countries. No wonder they think this country is the land of milk and honey is we turn our noses up at that salary.
  8. Just like the facts and evidence over the years which were ignored by the police regarding Saville?
  9. Well they're taking their time about it. They've had since 2010 and probably only have a couple of years left to do it. I would mention that Labour didn't have a problem with using private companies for NHS provision while they were in power but no doubt you'll just wheel out the usual old "tory lite, they weren't proper labour" rhetoric like you usually do.
  10. Didn't there used to be a forum meet years ago? Wasn't in the Dev Cat on Thursdays?
  11. Thurcroft: https://radioswap.co.uk/
  12. Starmer is called Tory-lite and a Blairite. The party changed direction over 20 years ago and finally became electable - but some Labour supporters can't get over that.
  13. They took the decision to leave the royal family. The Sussex’s royal patronages were returned to Her Majesty, and will be redistributed to working members of the royal family.
  14. Intel's €80bn European chip plant investment plan not bound for UK because Brexit https://www.theregister.com/2021/10/07/intels_80bn_european_chip_plant/
  15. Today's Rayner Rant is pretty good. She's having a go at the Tories giving their donor "mates" (her words) contracts. Thank goodness there's no hypocrisy there...... A businessman who benefited from a lucrative contract with the government for vaccines - and was later ennobled by Tony Blair - has donated half a million pounds to Labour https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2004/aug/24/partyfunding.uk
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