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On 5/31/2020 at 4:38 PM, Loiner said:

 

Secondary to their vilification, is the need to fill their pages with something current and deflecting from the EU's failings in Brexit talks. Dom's travels and lockdown is a win-win-win for them. Covid - Cummings - Coverup of the risible performance of Barnier and the EU in the negotiations, which are drifting towards a No Deal Brexit due to EU intransigence.  

😂😂😂 but according to Sun readers the EU need the U.K. more than we need them (with their GDP 6 times bigger than the U.K. that makes sense) - which seems to fly in the face of your delusion 

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20 hours ago, evadgib said:

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

 Not sure that Citizen Khan's opinion matters; he is, after all, a fictional TV sitcom character!

Citizen Khan - BBC1 Sitcom - British Comedy Guide

 

But if you mean the London mayor Sadiq Khan, then "The city's mayor Sadiq Khan tweeted: "Lockdown has not been lifted. The virus is still out there," reminding people to keep their distance." (source)

 

The GLA and Met, like all local authorities and police forces in the UK, have the power to place reasonable restrictions on protests when informed of them in advance. But what do you expect them to do when the protest is unofficial and proper procedures have not been adhered to by the protesters? 

 

Finally, as this Express article makes clear, UK Black Lives Matter have not organised any of these protests and are urging people to observe lockdown and social distancing and not attend them.

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Here's YouGov poll. It clearly tallies with Politics for All.

 

 

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51 minutes ago, vogie said:

Yes it has been a terrible week for the Tories, according to a poll by 'Politics for All' the Westminster voting intention for last week 

Oh dear. 

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3 minutes ago, vogie said:

Here's YouGov poll. It clearly tallies with Politics for All.

 

 

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It also shows that 32% would vote Conservative if there was an election tomorrow. 

 

Still no link to your poll?

 

Still no comment on Number 10's lies on Cummings behalf?

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11 minutes ago, hotandsticky said:

 

 

 

You do seem to waste a lot of your time searching for this pointless information. It is meaningless, the Conservatives are in power with a strong majority - and for the foreseeable future.

 

 

Winge away by all means - just understand the futility of it.

 It seems that you, too, find it acceptable for Number 10 to lie to us on behalf of Cummings!

 

BTW, you've plenty of time to think of an answer; I've other things to do now

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1 hour ago, vogie said:

Here's YouGov poll. It clearly tallies with Politics for All.

 

 

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Are you sure that is correct? For the past year it has been stated repeatedly on ThaiVisa that the SNP is a busted flush and that they are on the wane - doesn't look like it to me. 54% and rising! 🤣🤣🤣

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2 hours ago, Loiner said:

Now come on again, it's make your mind up again time. Are you still following the MSM uproar bandwagon and demanding his head because of Cummings' lockdown minor misdemeanor, or because you think somebody in the government yo hate might have lied to you? 

Either way, neither of the cases, if they were in fact the case, are of the slightest importance. It's only the Lefty Remainer press that has caused bit of a storm in a disposable paper cup to fill all the pages.  It's almost disappeared from the papers now anyway, with only rags like The Garuniad and Mirror still banging on today. That's why I'm quite happy to ignore all of your sanctimonious wailing.

 

Remember when the same two rags started another self righteous hate campaign? Allegations made against Boris after bit of a domestic were also drummed up out of all proportion. Can't get Boris, can't get Dominic, but you will still be getting Brexit!

It was all just a matter of bad luck and timing for Dom.

Going over the SAGE minutes from 23rd March and noted that the London NHS icu capacity was expected to be exceeded within 10 days

 

Mary Wakefield becomes unwell , and the rest we know . The Cummings family flee London.

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1 hour ago, cleopatra2 said:

It was all just a matter of bad luck and timing for Dom.

Going over the SAGE minutes from 23rd March and noted that the London NHS icu capacity was expected to be exceeded within 10 days

 

Mary Wakefield becomes unwell , and the rest we know . The Cummings family flee London.

Well spotted I also have 6 litres of undrinkable UHT milk  from that mad time but I did what I was told and STAYED HOME as did my neighbours,friends, family and all good and honest citizens of whatever stripe. 

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