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10 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

And the losing has has only just started.

 

Enjoy.

It actually started about 5 years ago.

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14 minutes ago, hotandsticky said:

 

 

 

Enjoying every minute thanks.

 

 

Now you trot off and live your life and we will live ours.

Nobody will have him................🤒...................🤭

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43 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

And the losing has has only just started.

 

Enjoy.

Have you already forgotten the fate that befell the candidate you were very publicly championing last December?

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31 minutes ago, Rookiescot said:

How did I lose?

Remain in the EU = win.

Leave the EU and massively increase the chances of Scottish independence = win.

 

 

Fun post of the day...................🤪......................😂.....Cool...

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6 hours ago, vogie said:

Yada yada yada.😂

 

6 hours ago, bannork said:

That sounds like the sort of thing Boris says.

Yes but Boris being upper crust says yadoor, yadoor, yadoor. Rather like the queen who can't speak her own English. (my husband and air).

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5 minutes ago, Nigel Garvie said:

Too right,   Boris....the best recruiting sergeant Scottish Independance ever had. 

Corbyn may have given the UK Brexit, and 5 years (Maybe) of Brainless Boris, but at least he did have one good effect. 

 

I should have said Boris and his chlorinated chickens, the correct noun for a group of Tory MPs.

More lefty tosh....🙄

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16 hours ago, kingdong said:
16 hours ago, kingdong said:
  22 hours ago, 7by7 said:

It is the fees paid by overseas students which keep the fees down for British students. Without them the fees in England and Wales would be even higher and the Scottish government would be unable to subsidise fees for Scottish students so they pay nothing.

 

A UK student visa is not as easy to obtain nor as cheap as you seem to think.

Trouble is a lot of the establishments offering education are fraudulent.

This used to be the case, particularly with so called English schools. But the regulations were changed in 2011 to make it much more difficult for fraudulent establishments to operate.

 

These days applicants for a Tier 4 study visa must demonstrate they have a minimum knowledge of English and the sponsoring educational establishment must be on the register of licensed sponsors: students. In addition, all the other eligibility requirements must be met.

 

However, most coming to study English as a foreign language do so on a short term study visa where the requirements are slightly different; the main difference being no English language requirement. They do still have to be sponsored by an educational establishment on the register, though.

 

When considering the impact foreign students have on the UK, in 2017 the Home Secretary commissioned a report from the Migration Advisory Committee into the impact of foreign students. The report makes interesting reading. For example, from the Executive Summary: "16. International students bring an economic benefit to the UK and are an important export market, with the Department for Education estimating their export value at £17.6 billion in 2015."

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12 hours ago, kingdong said:
16 hours ago, tribalfusion001 said:

The only thing Corbyn has going for him is that he's a Gooner, everything else no way, can't forget his IRA buddies.

Gooner past tense goner present tense.

 

I don't think you know what a Gooner is.

 

Google is your friend.

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4 hours ago, vogie said:
4 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

And the losing has has only just started.

 

Enjoy.

It actually started about 5 years ago.

 Indeed, it, the losing, did.

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1 minute ago, 7by7 said:

 Indeed, it, the losing, did.

Think you are a little confused.....🤔

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25 minutes ago, Nigel Garvie said:

Too right,   Boris....the best recruiting sergeant Scottish Independance ever had. 

Corbyn may have given the UK Brexit, and 5 years (Maybe) of Brainless Boris, but at least he did have one good effect. 

 

I should have said Boris and his chlorinated chickens, the correct noun for a group of Tory MPs.

Boris....the best recruiting sergeant Scottish Independance ever had. 

The problem I have with that is the Scots don't want independence, and I use that term losely, being joined to another 27 countries is hardly independent. The Scots were asked and they were very happy to remain within the UK, it is only the SNP that want to take the Scots away from our union and I'm afraid Boris said 'NO'

 

 

 

 

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A reminder of the actual subject of this topic: Approval of government handling of coronavirus sinks to lowest level

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Most Britons now say the government is doing a bad job of managing the crisis

Following the furore over the actions of Dominic Cummings over the last two weeks, and the government’s response, public approval of the way the powers that be are handling the coronavirus crisis has fallen to its lowest level yet.

There is now a 15-pt margin between the 56% of Britons who say the government has done a bad job of managing the outbreak and the 41% who believe it has done a good job. The survey was conducted from 27-29 May, prior to the most recent loosening of lockdown regulations

Be interesting to see the results of the next one after that loosening.

 

The government's overall approval rating has fallen by a massive 17 points from 52% on 29th-30th March to just 35% on  1st-2nd June.

 

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