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I can’t remember the last time I bought a Sunday paper but I’m tempted to splash out on a couple this weekend, they might be collectors items in a few years.

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2 minutes ago, Mister Gee said:

I can’t remember the last time I bought a Sunday paper but I’m tempted to splash out on a couple this weekend, they might be collectors items in a few years.

Sunday Sport ?

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8 minutes ago, hackey lad said:

Not for me , horrible stuff 

You aren't drinking enough of it. Somewhere between one and two suitcases full should improve your palate.

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9 minutes ago, sibon said:

You aren't drinking enough of it. Somewhere between one and two suitcases full should improve your palate.

Remember people , drink responsibly :thumbsup:

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On 10/12/2021 at 18:14, ab6262 said:

Rees Mogg is a good choice but cant see Boris going  just yet?

Jacob Rees Smugg!!!  Now I know you're joking. 🙄

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I think the fact that there is no one decent to replace him, is what is keeping Boris in power.

It certainly isn't his ability as leader.

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On 10/12/2021 at 18:14, ab6262 said:

Rees Mogg is a good choice but cant see Boris going  just yet?

Unbelievable, the man who cast aspersions upon the dead at Granfell Tower. 

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3 hours ago, poppet2 said:

Unbelievable, the man who cast aspersions upon the dead at Granfell Tower. 

what were they then??

 

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Labour can milk the No 10 shindig as much as they like, but what else have they got? Bojo  was elected as the best of a bad bunch and the Tories still crucified Labour at the ballot box. They need a Tony Blair, but are a bit thin on the ground in that area, Bojo can afford to just wait until things quieten down and lead his party into another victory.

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dont know what all the fuss is about just about every person i know broke some sort of covid rule in the last 2 years, anyone who says they havent is either a liar or saint!

 

1 minute ago, crookesey said:

Labour can milk the No 10 shindig as much as they like, but what else have they got? Bojo  was elected as the best of a bad bunch and the Tories still crucified Labour at the ballot box. They need a Tony Blair, but are a bit thin on the ground in that area, Bojo can afford to just wait until things quieten down and lead his party into another victory.

agreed and if they had a BLIAR even less chance of being elected again

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2 minutes ago, ab6262 said:

dont know what all the fuss is about just about every person i know broke some sort of covid rule in the last 2 years, anyone who says they havent is either a liar or saint!

 

agreed and if they had a BLIAR even less chance of being elected again

 

3 minutes ago, ab6262 said:

dont know what all the fuss is about just about every person i know broke some sort of covid rule in the last 2 years, anyone who says they havent is either a liar or saint!

 

agreed and if they had a BLIAR even less chance of being elected again

Labour don’t tell lies, they loved him whilst he was destroying our technical colleges, sending our armed forces to their deaths and standing down in favour of an unelectable Gordon Brown, he’d walk a battle with Bojo.

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I don't know what the answer is. I don't blame people for not voting but it's all we've got. Maybe that's what's wrong. 

 

Our poncy style of government is antiquated and beset with archaic 'traditions' that foster a sense of undeserved entitlement and privilege. Does the House of Commons look like a suitable place of work for the 21st century? Have you seen the poor attendance at your average debate, with just a handful of MPs? It's pretty disgraceful. 

 

Let's shut it down, and keep it as a museum. Meanwhile build a decent up to date parliament building with the kind of built in tech other countries have, that can move swiftly to meet the challenges of the modern world. Let's have full time MPs who are obliged to come from the areas they represent, with no second jobs other than perhaps an annual period of secondment into a real place of employment where they can mix with the workforce and experience work as it is really lived, or just live in a community different to their own background to enhance their understanding and increase their perspective.

 

Finally, do away with the 'House of Lords' and have a second house of chosen and elected representatives who can do their job, and maybe includes a balance of some 'ordinary' people who work at the coal face; teachers, nurses, policemen, solicitors, etc.

 

Just ideas, I'm sure other people will add their own, but let's get the kind of leadership we need and deserve. 

 

Edited by Anna B

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