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Politics / Re: high court case against boris quashed
« on: June 08, 2019, 02:20:38 PM »
i found this while looking around the net "Judges in a recent court case said that had the Ref been binding it would have been annulled due to its "notorious illegalities", but couldn't be because it was advisory." Absurd!

Politics / Re: high court case against boris quashed
« on: June 08, 2019, 12:50:45 AM »
Er, no. It proves that a good judge does their job and throws stupid cases funded by gawd knows who what they thought they might benefit from it are thrown out of court for being a waste of time. IMO of course ;-)
so are we all to take it boris did not lie then.

Politics / high court case against boris quashed
« on: June 07, 2019, 05:46:34 PM »
Oh what a surprise i am shocked and stunned (not) that the establishment in the guise of our so called independant judiciary have thrown out the case against boris for miconduct in public office, who on earth could possibly have ever predicted such an outcome, what the judiciary have done is to prove beyond doubt that it is ok lying to the public by any official body that choses to do so, is it any wonder that certain people who work for Chesterfield Borough Council can committ criminal acts in the full knowledge they will never be held to account, one rule for us and another for them, the system stinks.

Politics / NHS for sale as a result of brexit
« on: June 03, 2019, 12:23:29 PM »
This is the latest news involving a no deal brexit, if we were to leave with no deal and we were to cosy up to the americans with a UK/USA trade deal the USA would want access to our NHS states the US Ambassador, this could lead to the partial or total privatisation of the NHS, i don't remember any mention of this from Farage, Mogg, Johnson or Gove during the brexit campaign, though having said that it is clear that the Tories are idealogically wedded to the idea of Privatising the NHS and farage himself has always been in favour of dismantling the NHS, there was so much dishonesty from the brexit supporting politicians during the brexit debate it is to be wondered wether their ideas on the NHS were lurking there in the background and left unstated so as not to frighten off potential leave voters, it is to be wondered if the leave vs remain vote would have been so close had voters been aware that the fragmentation of the NHS was a possible outcome, I THINK NOT.

Politics / Re: Boris!!
« on: June 03, 2019, 01:21:50 AM »
Boris is the man for the job then.  (y) C:-)
the problem is what will he f**k up in his hopefully mercifully short tenure

Politics / Re: Boris!!
« on: June 02, 2019, 01:23:08 AM »
i think that boris needs psychiatric help along with any other tory who puts their name forward to be tory leader, if we think May was given the poison chalice then i would suggest that the poison for a new leader after May leaves is a hundred times more potent, the EU and brexit is a leadership killer and i would think that anyone who wants the job at the moment should be imediatly disqualified on the grounds that ayone wanting the job is quite obviously off their head.

Politics / Re: Boris!!
« on: June 01, 2019, 05:21:41 PM »
So.. Boris is heading for the courts,and it doesn't look as if he will walk away from this one. The sum of money plastered all over his brexit bus in 2016 turned out to be incorrect {big surprise}.

Misconduct in public office....... this "offence"{dating back to the 1300's} can carry a life sentence.
What I want to know is we WILL obviously save money by no longer paying into the Eurozone, but does anyone in the country know the true amount?? someone somewhere must have an idea!

A politician telling fibs........whatever next?
i saw an old interview on newsnight on this subject and when asked about the £350m he started his usual bluster, the inteveiwer then stated that the boris figure was a lie and the actual figure was £160m much less trhan half, and boris grudgingly had to accept it

Politics / Re: Boris!!
« on: June 01, 2019, 05:15:37 PM »
That's what I said
i thought you MEANT he WAS bricking it.

Politics / Re: Boris!!
« on: May 31, 2019, 05:29:02 PM »
I bet Boris is bricking it  :-X ::) ::)
I bet you he does not give a toss, as when anybody connected with government gets in court it usually ends in an establishment stitch up/cover up, Chesterfield Borough Councils corrupt actions are a testimony to that fact.

Alastair Campbell has been expelled from the Labour Party for voting for the Lib Dems in the EU election. i myself have been a long time Labour voter since Tony Benn first stood in chesterfield, though i even voted for the Lib Dems in the EU elections as a strategic vote, i do not always agree with Alastair Campbells views however i think his expullsion is motivated by malice and spite of the most hypocritical kind, when you consider the support that the Labour hard left have given to other people and parties over the years. there are three Parliamentary labour voters in our house, after a discussion this morning it was decided that until Alastair Campbell is reinstated we intend to withdraw our support for the Labour Party.

Politics / Theresa May resigns
« on: May 24, 2019, 01:13:51 PM »
So theresa May resigns as Prime Minister amid tears, she should saved her tears for herself, and instead shed them for the people being forced onto universal credit, the people who have to rely on food banks, the disabled people forced to endure Dwp assesments, to name just a few. and so another one bites the dust, this tory infighting has been going on since the original 1975 EU referendum, what i do find ironic is that the same people who now rant on about betraying democracy and not honouring the 2016 referendum are the same people who have for years been refusing to honour the 1975 refendum result, and as a result the fourth tory Prime Minister in a row bites the dust due to the EU, NEXT.

General Discussion / Re: Jeremy kyle Show Axed (at last)
« on: May 17, 2019, 02:19:15 PM »
 i have been considering pitching an idea to the tv companies, the provisional title is THATS YOUR POO, it would involve celebrities going on the toilet and doing their business behind a screen and the contestants marrying up said poo to the potential pooee so to speak, in this day an age i think i am on to a surefire winner, this could be the ideal replacement for KYLE and not quite as repugnant as his smug face and certainly not as inane as his show.

General Discussion / Re: Jeremy kyle Show Axed (at last)
« on: May 16, 2019, 06:38:54 PM »
that would have been one for kyle, he could have got on his show the person you visited with the tv on and then you could have piled on the bile about his bad manners and started the audience baying for blood. ;)

General Discussion / Re: Smart Meter
« on: May 15, 2019, 02:34:13 PM »
i was having repeated contacts regarding fitting a smart meter, i repeatedly told them no but they kept contacting me even going so far as to unilaterally arrange appointment for the fitting of the meters even though i had my name taken off the list of people who needed the meters fitting, eventually i had endured enough and contacted the head office threatening to contact the regulator and this did the trick including £50 credit as compensation.

is it harrys baby or is the father Mike Ross.

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