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janie48

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  1. I wouldn't want to read a book Boris had written because I'd expect it to be full of lies. However, I can remember watching him on the BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are programme which revealed his interesting mixed heritage. He has a Turkish Muslim great grandfather on his father's side and also some Russian ancestry, and on his mother's side some Jewish ancestry. Yet he is sometimes accused of being a racist, but that's his own fault for making those stupid tactless remarks that he seems to think are humorous and will make him popular.
  2. Oh Happy Day-The Edwin Hawkins Singers.
  3. Well I do care. I heard about them interfering in the French elections in the past with donations involved, and I don't understand why they find it so necessary. The more I hear about their government meddling in other countries political affairs the more I realise how important it is that we remain in the European Union.
  4. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-election-foreign-idUSKBN1YB08N What I'd like to know is whether it's true that Russia are interfering in our General Election, and if it is, what do they expect to gain by the result they hope for?
  5. Jeremy Corbyn should have been better prepared for Andrew Neil's typical aggressive interview technique. But you can understand why Jeremy got flustered when he was repeatedly questioned about anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. Jeremy Corbyn isn't at all anti-semitic, and Andrew Neil knows that. Having said that, I partly agree with you about the interview, he should have responded to the questions better then he did.
  6. Nicola Sturgeon came across better than any of them, I have a lot of respect for her. She was a loyal friend to the late Charles Kennedy whom I also admired. Jeremy Corbyn should be clearer on his position on Brexit. I would rather he wasn't so ambiguous on the subject it makes him appear indecisive which isn't a good sign in a leader. I have nothing to say about Boris, he was just as predictable as I expected.
  7. "Pedo" is a slang word "Paedophile" is the term that should be used. If the allegations are true I'm absolutely disgusted. Not just because of the damage it will do to the monarchy but much more importantly because of the long term damage it will have inflicted on the victim.
  8. 😀 A slight difference in translation methinks.
  9. My goodness, the last thing we need is electoral fraud. Even if I vote tactically I will certainly be at the voting booth whatever the weather. I'm well aware of the sacrifices the suffragettes and reformers made for women to be able to vote in the early last century, and I feel all of us should vote if possible, while ever we have the freedom to do so.
  10. They need to be reminded how fortunate they are to be able to vote and reminded that others in some countries don't share the same privilege That's informative.
  11. Are you sure they have that choice? I hope they vote because Labour need their votes.
  12. Don't Mention the War. Fawlty Towers (including this episode) was popular on German TV.
  13. We've had quite enough of the Tories, time for a change of government.
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