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#1521 29/06/2017 at 21:01

Or they were cheering that the spanner in the works that Corbyn was trying to throw was rejected not the actual amendment.
mkowl, 29/06/2017 at 20:28


I doubt it but it doesn't matter and I don't really fucking care if that was the case. They cheered at the moment another year's reals terms pay cut was announced for me and millions of others. If they can't understand how that might be perceived to be just a little bit crass then they're c**ts who continue to prove they're beneath our collective contempt. 

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#1522 29/06/2017 at 21:06



Derby fan alert.

Or, at worst, Welshman in the throes of ecstasy Thumbsup
Greno, 29/06/2017 at 20:40


No just a very confused mouse. Bigsmile

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#1523 29/06/2017 at 21:14



No just a very confused mouse. Bigsmile
Karl Marx's Mouse, 29/06/2017 at 21:06


We had another recently. She fucked off though Laugh

I can see the point. I'm sick to death of all the political shit too. It's now run it's course for me, but certain people (person) really make my shit itch.

Can't wait for the football to start so we can all bicker about that Bigsmile

This is the last time I'm painting on a grin. 

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#1524 01/07/2017 at 07:49

Of course it was crass but they are politicians. They simply never see the full picture. Old Chaka Khan then tried to make a political point.

But as Greno says I think most of the population just want a break from politics for a bit. Get on with doing as there is plenty that does need to be 

Happy clapping for 4 years more than Emre 

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#1525 01/07/2017 at 08:58

None of them came out of the public sector pay vote with any credit at all.

Conservatives just came across as heartless.

Whatever had been motioned it was abundantly clear that the first vote of this type was going to be 100% supported by the Conservatives and DUP as a show of strength. This leaves only two possibilities from the Labour perspective ;
1) They didn't realise this, in which case they are more naive than any of us thought
2) They knew what was going to happen but played politics with it so they had another stick to beat the Tories with. In which case, they don't actually give a shit about public sector workers because, if they did, they would have waited until there was a better chance of getting a few Tory rebels on side.

Make your own minds up but I think it's true colours being shown all round again. 

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The Mouse That Roared

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#1526 01/07/2017 at 09:17

I see Kensington leaders have finally fallen on their swords. 

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#1527 01/07/2017 at 13:18

This leaves only two possibilities from the Labour perspective ;
1) They didn't realise this, in which case they are more naive than any of us thought
2) They knew what was going to happen but played politics with it so they had another stick to beat the Tories with. In which case, they don't actually give a shit about public sector workers because, if they did, they would have waited until there was a better chance of getting a few Tory rebels on side.

Make your own minds up but I think it's true colours being shown all round again.
CheltOwl, 01/07/2017 at 08:58


I could be wrong (I often am) but there would only be limited opportunities for Labour to attempt this wouldn't there? An amendment to the Queen's speech being the most obvious. They could have tried a private member's bill, but they are easy to talk out of time, and often don't even go to a vote.

By the way, are you from Burncross originally? 

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#1528 01/07/2017 at 20:53



I could be wrong (I often am) but there would only be limited opportunities for Labour to attempt this wouldn't there? An amendment to the Queen's speech being the most obvious. They could have tried a private member's bill, but they are easy to talk out of time, and often don't even go to a vote.

By the way, are you from Burncross originally?
cheat, 01/07/2017 at 13:18


You may well be right actually, in which case I'm maybe a bit off the mark. Still question their motives for doing it though.

Nope not from Burncross I'm afraid. In fact I'm a born and bred Southerner but family all from Ecclesfield. 

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#1529 01/07/2017 at 22:34



You may well be right actually, in which case I'm maybe a bit off the mark. Still question their motives for doing it though.

Nope not from Burncross I'm afraid. In fact I'm a born and bred Southerner but family all from Ecclesfield.
CheltOwl, 01/07/2017 at 20:53


Old school mate of mine and fellow Wednesdayite now lives in Cheltenham, so there's at least two of you. 

Tell mi mam, mi mam, I don't want no tea, no tea, I'm watching the Wednesday, tell mi mam, mi mam 

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#1530 06/07/2017 at 00:23



Old school mate of mine and fellow Wednesdayite now lives in Cheltenham, so there's at least two of you.
cheat, 01/07/2017 at 22:34


And that c**t Cawley 

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