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1 minute ago, evadgib said:

It will if it kicks off.

Premier league doesn't start until 17th June, a lifetime in politics.

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5 minutes ago, Phil McCaverty said:

Don't worry there's plenty more of us where he came from.:cheesy:

Your colours don't run. 😂😂

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Just now, vogie said:

Your colours don't run. 😂😂

And you make no sense.

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Posted (edited)

I'm curious as to whether citizen Khan has had a say in todays events outside the US embassy in London and what he intends to do about it, and same for a similar event planned for 1pm on 6th June in Parliament square; not least because the Notting Hill stab fest has already been banned?

 

In order to keep the off topic brigade happy i'm signing off for a while to concentrate on events elsewhere.

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6 hours ago, Sujo said:

Which has nothing to do with his post.

Well tell him to complain to the gpo.

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Good to see TVF attracting fresh blood to the threads. Still life in the old dog yet.  

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2 hours ago, RuamRudy said:
3 hours ago, CorpusChristie said:

I just looked up the deaths in each Country and theres four European Countries with a worse death rate than the UK

You should have a word with the Financial Times, put them right on that matter.

I'll say it again: Spain is now at 921 per million after adjusting their Covid 19 death numbers upward last week.

 

Let's check the Financial Times... 

'However, Spain made a revision to its mortality estimates, adding 12,000 to its toll of excess deaths from coronavirus in a one-off adjustment to 43,000. This increased its death rate to 921 per million.'

https://www.ft.com/content/6b4c784e-c259-4ca4-9a82-648ffde71bf0

 

And I'll say this again; it's highly likely other countries are reporting inaccurately too.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Phil McCaverty said:

Also nonsense about being under threat at his london home or being able to provide childcare for his son. Ergo, no justification for not isolating the family at their primary residence as per government (Cummings) instructions. Only a halfwit or a Boris fanboy (possibly one and the same) could believe the pathetic excuses he gave.

 

I can see now why he was 30 minutes late giving his speech. probably arrived at No 10; the backroom boys read his speech and said to him,

 

"Dom old boy you can't present this nonsense, not even a halfwit would believe it" to which Dom replied;

 

"Boris believed it, he said it was brilliant".

 

 

So Cummins sons called ergo?bit off topic but that's a funny name for your sprog.

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8 minutes ago, kingdong said:

So Cummins sons called ergo?bit off topic but that's a funny name for your sprog.

He's very clever that's why he is a genius. 

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5 hours ago, evadgib said:
6 hours ago, 7by7 said:

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Well, Sonia Khan is widely expected to win her claim of unfair dismissal after Cummings took it upon himself to seize her pass and have her frogmarched out of Downing Street by armed police officers. Without, by the way, any reference to her boss, the then Chancellor.

(evadgib emphasis)

Jo Swinson 'widely expected to win' the keys to No 10 last December...

 She may have done, but no one with the possible exception of a few members of her party did!

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5 hours ago, CG1 Blue said:

You said "But only 0.4% less than Labour in 1997, 1.2% less than the Conservatives in 2017."

 

But 43.6% is more than the percentages in 1997 and 2017

(CG1 Bluse emphasis)

Indeed I see did type 'less' rather than the correct 'more.' 

 

6 hours ago, 7by7 said:

But only 0.4% less than Labour in 1997, 1.2% less than the Conservatives in 2017.

Why, I don't know. Apologies.

 

5 hours ago, CG1 Blue said:

And you were questioning Loiner's maths 🤦‍♂️

Has he admitted his error?

 

Or is he still insisting that 43.6 is greater than 50?

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1 minute ago, 7by7 said:

Has he admitted his error?

 

Or is he still insisting that 43.6 is greater than 50

Well, it's 'No' for the first point and 'Yes' for the second!

 

5 hours ago, Loiner said:

I think it’s great that both Leave won and Boris was elected with numbers that you don’t like. The majority of the electorate has stuck it to the Remainers and the Left. Despite your pedantry, we have left the EU and the Tories will govern for five years. 

(7by7 emphasis)

Note that, despite his implying otherwise, I have not disputed that the majority of voters voted 'Leave' in the referendum.

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