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  1. Nandy was absent, pregnant when LP's M.Ps abstained against Smiths brutal welfare bill, but says she would have voted against, Starmer abstained but now says he wants social security to be fair with dignity.
  2. went to some early Sheff Momentum meetings, they were great, soon changed as the usual suspects took over though some decent people in it, but not for me, national momentum is a disgrace with its gerrymandering, the stalinists would have recognised it all. Long Bailey seems to be a lovely person, decent, very compassionate, convictions, great back story, but she just seems to be someone without a shadow, no charisma, sadly needed in todays politics, maybe she will yet surprise us Nandy was good on Neil interview, apparently the political journos are saying she smashed it. i am probably going to suprise myself and vote for Starmer, he is a QC and will be able to take on Johnson.
  3. I have both, a Polti steam cleaner and a VAx carpet cleaner, neither have removed food stains on the upholstery.
  4. as above, just been looking at prices for VAX solution for my carpet cleaner, the prices are steep, however i did try Vanish version and it just didn't work, are the branded ones the best generally.?
  5. There is a quite new condition, still poorly researched, where sufferers react almost immediately and often quite violently to allergens, etc, its called Mast Cell Activiation Syndrome, the reaction to peanuts a number have is a severe example.
  6. Still bad times here, 3 months of it since post flight virus
  7. Are you saying you can't buy a day saver on the bus anymore? thats really is rubbish/unfair. I like many don't want to monitored everywhere we go, either, watch them sell on the data.
  8. Ah, i have an issue, the buyer has kept the whole of the V5, if its for permanent export, apparently i have to send that to DVLA, I will get in touch with him, but he said i didn't need it.
  9. posted this on GE thread, but best here I have held fire on this until after the election:, one of the reasons the 'red wall' has collapsed is because of the attitude of many long terrm labour councils, their cllrs,and to a degree, their staff, who see clients as the enemy, or a nuisance at best, I have been attempting to change policy on financial contributions to social care, it has been a very very dispiriting affair, talking to cllrs, shadow ministers, etc. Lots of disabled and sick people are going bankrupt paying over 50% of care costs (yes most of the public don't even know they have to pay), yet Labour fought an election in 2017 on the dementia tax! People's encounters with most social workers, etc, are frequently unpleasant, one said to my friend, "if you weren't such a do gooder, you wouldn't be so ill" Lots in the Red Wall will have similar experiences, of course the Tories have decimated local expenditure, but look at how they dealt with the trees issues, they have to change, become more responsive, compassionate, empathy costs nothing. I hope L/P members start to speak up more at meetings, etc.
  10. I have held fire on this until after the election:, one of the reasons the 'red wall' has collapsed is because of the attitude of many long terrm labour councils, their cllrs,and to a degree, their staff, who see clients as the enemy, or a nuisance at best, I have been attempting to change policy on financial contributions to social care, it has been a very very dispiriting affair, talking to cllrs, shadow ministers, etc. Lots of disabled and sick people are going bankrupt paying over 50% of care costs (yes most of the public don't even know they have to pay), yet Labour fought an election in 2017 on the dementia tax! People's encounters with most social workers, etc, are frequently unpleasant, one said to my friend, "if you weren't such a do gooder, you wouldn't be so ill" Lots in the Red Wall will have similar experiences, of course the Tories have decimated local expenditure, but look at how they dealt with the trees issues, they have to change, become more responsive, compassionate, empathy costs nothing. I hope L/P members start to speak up more at meetings, etc. So, soneone who voted to abstain in the last welfare reform bill which has now led to many deaths should be leader? btw, got rid of my Peugeot 307, it was an albatross, loads of repairs, moneypit, tx for help. It is at the bone already, so even more deaths.
  11. I have a compromised immune system, though recover quicker than most, i had an horrendous virus in Sept after going abroad, it has weakened my system even more, caused M.E flare Up, , since then, I have had all sorts of infections/bugs, including a chest one where I felt this was it, my chest was so tight/painful. I don't normally go to GP but did this time, but nothing came up.On my FB page for local support group, ME, lots of people saying worse for many years, and flu yet to come!
  12. It was worth more, my scummy carer went abroad for a while with my car keys, couldn't contact for months while MOT was running out, the car had been sorned but he moved it wihtout me knowing, next thing I know the police tell me its behind Starprint on Abbeydale road, Kudos to them for letting it stay, Chocs on the way!
  13. Watched final episode of BBC War Of The Worlds, bit disappointing, too much dialogue, not enough of the creatures, etc.
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