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50 minutes ago, cuttsie said:

Boris has jumped on the kids bandwagon , he can't remember if its five ,six or seven , . as to their names well who knows .

Has anyone seen him recently? He seems to have gone AWOL again, have a look in your fridges please folks, he likes hiding in them.

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33 minutes ago, Mister Gee said:

Has anyone seen him recently? He seems to have gone AWOL again, have a look in your fridges please folks, he likes hiding in them.

Hmmm... :huh:


If that's your edited attempt at humour...


... I'm glad I didn't get to read your earlier version! :hihi:

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48 minutes ago, Mister Gee said:

Has anyone seen him recently? He seems to have gone AWOL again, have a look in your fridges please folks, he likes hiding in them.

You will see him tomorrow at PMQ's.  Last week he was in New York and Washington,

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1 hour ago, sibon said:

From the rest of your post,  few will be surprised that you are a Conservative voter.

Few should be - the largest proportion of UK voters are Conservatives.  

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11 minutes ago, Caswall said:

Few should be - the largest proportion of UK voters are Conservatives.  

That doesn't follow. They might have got more votes than anyone else but most people who voted in the last election voted for a party other than the Conservatives.

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21 minutes ago, Caswall said:

Few should be - the largest proportion of UK voters are Conservatives.  

That’s the exact opposite of the truth. How very fitting.

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4 minutes ago, altus said:

That doesn't follow. They might have got more votes than anyone else but most people who voted in the last election voted for a party other than the Conservatives.

Nearly 44% of those who voted chose the Tory party led by Boris.  The 80 seat majority is by modern day standards a landslide victory.  The largest party in the recent German general election got just under 26%  meaning it's going to take some time for their next government to be formed.  It goes without saying the 44%  that Boris won is well short of the 52% that Leave won in the 2016 EU referendum.

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17 minutes ago, altus said:

That doesn't follow. They might have got more votes than anyone else but most people who voted in the last election voted for a party other than the Conservatives.

 

10 minutes ago, sibon said:

That’s the exact opposite of the truth. How very fitting.

 

I didn't say they had the majority of the vote, just that they had the largest proportion.

 

I'm quite confident that 14 million was a larger proportion of the votes cast than Labour's 10.3 or the Lib Dems' 3.7. 

 

By all means prove otherwise.

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On 26/09/2021 at 20:26, bassett one said:

top class,telling folk how it is by mr boris,lie after lie,wont put up tax lie,wont put up national insurance lie,will triple lock pensions lie,calling women letter boxs,the mans a compulsive liar,wait until all them bills hit your pockets folks,you wont believe you have been conned,and thats only the tip of his lieing iceburg,titanic comes to mind.hes a big disgrace

The problem is that he has had covid to contend with which will have upset all the plans.

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1 minute ago, Caswall said:

I didn't say they had the majority of the vote, just that they had the largest proportion.

 

I'm quite confident that 14 million was a larger proportion of the votes cast than Labour's 10.3 or the lib Dems' 3.7. 

 

By all means prove otherwise.

I never claimed you did. I was just pointing out that your assertion that "Few should be" surprised you voted Conservative doesn't follow from them getting the majority seats in parliament. Given 43.6% of those who voted voted Conservative and 56.4% voted for someone else, it is more likely that a random voter would not have voted Conservative.

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9 minutes ago, Caswall said:

 

 

I didn't say they had the majority of the vote, just that they had the largest proportion.

 

I'm quite confident that 14 million was a larger proportion of the votes cast than Labour's 10.3 or the Lib Dems' 3.7. 

 

By all means prove otherwise.

Good grief I am not going to explain again how a democracy works.

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8 minutes ago, Caswall said:

 

 

I didn't say they had the majority of the vote, just that they had the largest proportion.

 

I'm quite confident that 14 million was a larger proportion of the votes cast than Labour's 10.3 or the Lib Dems' 3.7. 

 

By all means prove otherwise.

I would have thought that you’d be able to do basic maths.

 

At the last general election, the largest proportion of the vote was for parties other than the Conservatives.

 

 

1 minute ago, spilldig said:

Good grief I am not going to explain again how a democracy works.

If we were debating how a democracy works, you could do that.

 

At the moment, we are discussing Key Stage 3 maths.

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