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      May 2019 News stories
      May 02, 2019 08:43:17 am
      Gavin Williamson sacked as defence secretary due to National Security leak to the Daily Telegraph.



      Always had this fella down as pure shifty. 
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      Reply #1: May 02, 2019 10:43:20 am
      Gavin Williamson sacked as defence secretary due to National Security leak to the Daily Telegraph.



      Always had this fella down as pure shifty. 

      Some say Corbyn is a threat to national security.. 🙄

      Williamson should be in the dock...
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      Reply #2: May 02, 2019 01:42:44 pm
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      Reply #3: May 02, 2019 09:37:53 pm
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      Reply #4: May 05, 2019 12:26:11 pm
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      Reply #5: May 05, 2019 01:12:17 pm
      She’s on point..

      Listen to her towards the end...👊🏼

      https://twitter.com/benphillips76/status/1124612793238523904?s=21
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      Reply #6: May 11, 2019 04:20:02 pm
      Y'all see that gobs***e Shapiro call Andrew Neil a lefty, :o tells ya how dumb and how far right american politics are.
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      Reply #7: May 11, 2019 04:39:58 pm
      Y'all see that gobs***e Shapiro call Andrew Neil a lefty, :o tells ya how dumb and how far right american politics are.

      Think during the interview Neil tries to correct him on the ‘lefty’ comment, saying if you knew me you would know how wrong that statement is..😳
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      Reply #8: May 11, 2019 04:41:22 pm
      https://www.facebook.com/100000690945678/posts/2496427437056930/

      Alex Oxlade Chamberlain has donated 50k to Zoes Place..
      Is there no end to his brilliance?
       

      You should stick that in the players thread mate,not many people read the news bit!!
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      Reply #9: May 11, 2019 04:55:19 pm
       

      You should stick that in the players thread mate,not many people read the news bit!!

      Was thinking about that but it's not really football related, ok will throw it in there.
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      Reply #10: May 11, 2019 09:40:06 pm
      Y'all see that gobs***e Shapiro call Andrew Neil a lefty, :o tells ya how dumb and how far right american politics are.

      Well, he is left of Shapiro. Mind you, I think Hitler and Mussolini were.  >:D
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      Reply #11: May 13, 2019 07:32:21 pm
      How is this country going to cope without the Jeremy Kyle show ?
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      Reply #12: May 13, 2019 10:54:52 pm
      How is this country going to cope without the Jeremy Kyle show ?

      The return of Trisha Goddard
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      Reply #13: May 14, 2019 12:17:20 pm

      Hopefully loose women will be next
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      Reply #14: May 15, 2019 05:44:34 pm
      https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-48275795. Time for the women of the south to get the f**k outta there.Plenty of jobs up here,new casino paying 20 bux an hour for dishwashers.course the rent is out of control.But f**king let the southern states go back to living like it's the 1700's burn the witch dumb asses.
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      Reply #15: May 16, 2019 12:53:29 pm
      https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-48275795. Time for the women of the south to get the f**k outta there.Plenty of jobs up here,new casino paying 20 bux an hour for dishwashers.course the rent is out of control.But f**king let the southern states go back to living like it's the 1700's burn the witch dumb asses.

      It’s mad how in this day and age, the apparent ‘land of the free’ can still be enforcing such restrictive measures.

      And no doubt the bill was passed entirely by old white men, without a female in sight!!
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      Reply #16: May 16, 2019 01:46:35 pm
      https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-48292946

      This is one of the reasons the bankers pals want us out of the EU.

      The UK will become almost completely de-regulated, especially in "Financial Services", mening they'll be able to get away with this, and much more.
      Then there's the new EU tax avoidance directives.

      People are being played for mugs, by a wealthy elite which will end up destroying most of the economy outside the south east.
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      Reply #17: May 16, 2019 07:15:54 pm
      It’s mad how in this day and age, the apparent ‘land of the free’ can still be enforcing such restrictive measures.

      And no doubt the bill was passed entirely by old white men, without a female in sight!!
       

      Of course and you know if they need one for an assistant/daughter/etc,they'll be sorted no problem.Alot of this country is still coming to terms with the 20th century,let alone the 21st.It's kinda sad.
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      Reply #18: May 17, 2019 04:54:14 pm
      https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-48292282. This has hardly made a ripple in the news cycle.f**king uranium? Such a weird country.
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      Reply #19: May 18, 2019 12:20:21 am
      https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-48292946

      This is one of the reasons the bankers pals want us out of the EU.

      The UK will become almost completely de-regulated, especially in "Financial Services", mening they'll be able to get away with this, and much more.
      Then there's the new EU tax avoidance directives.

      People are being played for mugs, by a wealthy elite which will end up destroying most of the economy outside the south east.

      Most of these traders are "wise boys"..the currency markets don't have very stringent regulations and it's by far the biggest market, worth a massive 3 trillion dollars a day,dwarfs the Stock Market. The big clearing banks know collusion goes on between the traders and they knew they would be collared and set aside cash for the inevitable fines. Not the first time huge fines have been levied and won't be the last time either.

      I know a few who work for market makers and although it wasn't common knowledge that rigging goes on it wasn't a great secret either. Very erratic and volatile market:to be avoided.
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      Reply #20: May 18, 2019 12:38:33 am
      The bare bones of the "Bankers fined" Story was on the BBC website but do we EVER see a documentary or any real investigative journalism from the BBC on corporate fraud. Plenty of programmes demonising the working class.

      A petty vindictive programme called " Council House Crackdown" A 15 part BBC series detailing petty crime and anti social behaviour. Smearing all council house tenants as cheats and fraudsters. Similar with the ludicrous Jeremy Kyle show, depicting the worst conduct of working class people.

      The UK media ignore massive tax swindles and all manor of corporate and banking frauds but demonise the working class and anyone who claims benefit. Hit the soft targets. This vile discrimination shames the British media.
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      Reply #21: May 20, 2019 04:26:41 pm
      Tonight on BBC 2 Thatcher: A Very British Revolution. Part one of five.

      Has to be acknowledged in becoming the first female Prime Minister, she broke the mould.Free marketeers had a field day,The Big Bang was a boom to the finance industry.She defeated Labour in three General Elections. Privatised (sold off) vast parts of British life. Reduced the power of trade Unions. Decimated not only the coal industry, she also crippled the steel making industry. Cut industrial subsidies to the bone. Massive cuts to Council grants. Cuts almost every Government department related to the community.

      As a result of her control of the money supply, cuts in reality, a pet policy of every Tory government since 1951, she was responsible for massive unemployment. Many will waffle on about her free market revolution, selling off council houses etc etc but I think her main legacy is the creation of modern welfare dependency. In the industrial heartlands unemployment was rife. Coal towns were turned into wastelands.In a few short years,unemployment touched 4 million. As a result millions of families were forced to live off benefits. Inevitable a dependency culture thrived. These Thatcher policies damaged the fabric of British life, causing widespread misery and that legacy lives on.

      In the end it was trouble with her EU stance, and the ridiculous Poll Tax, that led to her downfall. Knifed by her own party,Frustration with her stubborn lack of co operation with the EU. She was replaced by Major but Thatcher divided the country, greed and selfishness was the order of the day. She created vast industrial wastelands,ghost towns,put millions on benefits. She was a disaster for the vast majority of people in the UK.

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      Reply #22: May 29, 2019 11:31:15 am
      Tom Watson having a pop at the decision to expel Alastair Campbell from the Labour Party,after he voted with Lib Dems in Euro elections. In truth Watson has been itching for a scrap with Corbyn. He's aimed a few jabs at Corbyn but hasn't landed one yet. Tory media will use it to fester deeper divisions in Labour
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      Reply #23: May 30, 2019 11:46:11 am
      Tom Watson having a pop at the decision to expel Alastair Campbell from the Labour Party,after he voted with Lib Dems in Euro elections. In truth Watson has been itching for a scrap with Corbyn. He's aimed a few jabs at Corbyn but hasn't landed one yet. Tory media will use it to fester deeper divisions in Labour

      Tom Watson has been working behind the scenes with the Blairites to get rid of Corbyn since the moment he was elected.

      It's very much a case of "keep your friends close, and your enemies closer".

      Sooner or later Watson will bite off more than he can chew, and he'll be gone, but for the moment, he's needed where he is as a sop to the right of the party.
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