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Reported on Radio Humberside this morning: Farage at Blundell Park for Brexit  Party Conference!










'Tis better to have shot and maybe not scored... than to not shooting at all'.(Reconfiguration of Alfy Lord Tennison).
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Listen chum, he may have only been in charge of something that covered your part of the country for 5 minutes, but I was a resident of the city he was mayor of for 8 years. The guy's a muppet, a chancer, a comedian. I'd have a laugh with him in the pub over a few pints but I wouldn't leave him in charge of my cat.


You lot voted him in as mayor-Chum-and then again-Chum
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Well he is a flipping moron.

About the death of IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

"I have only seen various statements put out by the US about it...surely that would have been the right thing to do. If we want to live in a world of peace and justice we should practice it as well."


Putting criminals on trial? What a crazy concept! Al-Baghdadi was certainly an appalling excuse for a human being but once you start trying to ignore the rule of law, it's a slippery slope.

A few of his young kids were apparently killed in the raid - collateral damage, I suppose? (I know the Yanks say he blew himself up, killing the children himself and it may well be the case, but I wouldn't put my money on it being the truth.)
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You lot voted him in as mayor-Chum-and then again-Chum


Don't mention democracy - they seem to think when they lose it is really what the majority want! Like you say, he was sooo bad they voted him in twice in the most Labour leaning city in the UK.
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Oh! Last resort of the desperate!. Not a Town fan because they don't want the club earning a few quid from someone like Farage. I appreciate you might not agree with me on him and his cause. I get that. But which definition of 'fan' are you working from? Is any politician allowed to book the facilities at BP just because it means money for the club? Are we not allowed to draw any line?

As I said in another post, personally I don't think ANY political party should be allowed to. But to accuse someone of being a 'so-called" Town fan because on principle (rightly or wrongly) they disagreed with a source of money.

Who is out of bounds? Pol Pot? Adolf Hitler? Robert Mugabe? Leonid Brezhnev? Augusto Pinochet? Leopoldo Galtieri? No. All fine as long as it means money for the club.

How about El Chappo Guzman? I'm sure he's not a Commie. or a Brexiteer. That should be OK.

Union Carbide! How about them. Not done us any harm.


It is you that is getting desperate I'm afraid.

You are trying to equate Farage who is the leader of a British political party which won the last UK wide election, to some despots around the world.
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Reported on Radio Humberside this morning: Farage at Blundell Park for Brexit  Party Conference!


That's why this thread has been running for the last two days.












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So we now know who the mysterious rolls Royce belongs to.

Farage
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Putting criminals on trial? What a crazy concept! Al-Baghdadi was certainly an appalling excuse for a human being but once you start trying to ignore the rule of law, it's a slippery slope.

A few of his young kids were apparently killed in the raid - collateral damage, I suppose? (I know the Yanks say he blew himself up, killing the children himself and it may well be the case, but I wouldn't put my money on it being the truth.)


Err no. The only answer is killing people. Be that terrorists, using nuclear weapons or continually voting in austere policies.
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You have to say, the Tories have done a great job over the past decade:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-50397856

Imagine being diagnosed with cancer and urgently referred but then having to wait over 2 months to start treatment? Must be hellish.

Bevan was right - lower than vermin.
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Quoted from golfer


As you well know "short selling" is illegal in certain cases in this country and to make it legal a law would have to be passed. I don't for one minute think this would be passed in parliament even though the government did try to persuade the EU not to ban it. It would be a conflict of interest and carry a custodial sentence


So here's another example;

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jun/26/nigel-farage-raemain-won-brexit-bloomberg

Crispin Odey alone made £220m that night. He doesn't hide that fact. It's only illegal if there's inside trading (I think this example is illegal but it's hard to prove.

If you want to tell me I'm talking codswallop at least come back with something sensible.


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