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1 hour ago, cockles1987 said:


 

 


Probably not. There was this year another Tory politician convicted of sexual assault that was defended by another Unionist who sat in a neighbouring area. Almost no mention of it anywhere, but I know I'm not surprised about the lack of coverage.

 

Exactly, it’s not the same when it’s the Tories. Says it all there was more commotion over Mackay than the “lost” Westminster files.

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That's nothing.

The Tories have managed to create scenarios like that in every city in the UK since they've been in power.

I'm sure the present incumbent won't let the party down on that front.

 

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20 hours ago, FTOF said:

That's nothing.

The Tories have managed to create scenarios like that in every city in the UK since they've been in power.

I'm sure the present incumbent won't let the party down on that front.

 

A typical S*P response , as l already mentioned, the S*P are just like petulant teanagers , that blame everything on their parents and take responsiblity for nothing !

What you are missing is that Govanhill got a lot worse on her watch ! Their PR strapline "For a stronger Scotland" , is simply that PR , they are inept as politicians and simply not democrats which is probably why they love the undemocratic suprastate , the EU.

Pilchard herself , gets paid a fortune , more than the PM , for simply leading Scotland into the North Sea . .

 

Hard to believe they actually let you teach people

 

 

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19 hours ago, Cornwall_Saint said:

Can’t take anyone seriously who considers the express to be worth reading.

So full of shit there’s no point wiping your arse with it.

I would add the Telegraph and the Times to that list... Plus the Sun, Mirror and Record (apart from Sport) 

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2 hours ago, St.Ricky said:

I would add the Telegraph and the Times to that list... Plus the Sun, Mirror and Record (apart from Sport) 

I always purchase the Daily Mail on a Tuesday and Friday.

Littlejohn is fantastic.

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4 hours ago, theknickerwetter said:

A typical S*P response , as l already mentioned, the S*P are just like petulant teanagers , that blame everything on their parents and take responsiblity for nothing !

What you are missing is that Govanhill got a lot worse on her watch ! Their PR strapline "For a stronger Scotland" , is simply that PR , they are inept as politicians and simply not democrats which is probably why they love the undemocratic suprastate , the EU.

Pilchard herself , gets paid a fortune , more than the PM , for simply leading Scotland into the North Sea . .

 

Hard to believe they actually let you teach people

So the EU, where every country has a veto, is in democratic. Where the majority of laws passed are agreed on by all countries involved.

Yet you want to remain in a union where one country can outvote the three others. Where you have 800+ unelected members in the House of Lords, including people there due to ancestry, failures like Zac Goldsmith who lost nearly every election he participated in, and a bunch of party donors who expect a say in our politics just because of their paychecks. A government which isn’t even ran by the PM, but that wee rat Cummings.

Hard to believe people think the EU is undemocratic when their own country continues to be shafted by its neighbour.

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2 minutes ago, Cornwall_Saint said:

So the EU, where every country has a veto, is in democratic. Where the majority of laws passed are agreed on by all countries involved.

Yet you want to remain in a union where one country can outvote the three others. Where you have 800+ unelected members in the House of Lords, including people there due to ancestry, failures like Zac Goldsmith who lost nearly every election he participated in, and a bunch of party donors who expect a say in our politics just because of their paychecks. A government which isn’t even ran by the PM, but that wee rat Cummings.

Hard to believe people think the EU is undemocratic when their own country continues to be shafted by its neighbour.

A small point ...........the UK is one country subdivided into different nations.........but one United Kingdom, at least at the moment.

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5 minutes ago, jaybee said:

A small point ...........the UK is one country subdivided into different nations.........but one United Kingdom, at least at the moment.

Indeed sir but alas some of those who live amongst us simply can't grasp the truth and are simply unable to do their own research but the truth doesn't care who believes it

 

Anyway , Cpl Jones was right ....................................................................................................................................................................................

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Indeed sir but alas some of those who live amongst us simply can't grasp the truth and are simply unable to do their own research but the truth doesn't care who believes it
 
Anyway , Cpl Jones was right ....................................................................................................................................................................................
Have some koolaid, it's packed with vitamin c

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41 minutes ago, Slartibartfast said:
16 hours ago, jaybee said:

A small point ...........the UK is one country subdivided into different nations.........but one United Kingdom, at least at the moment.

That all depends on what definition of country and nation you are using - it can all get very confusing.

Yes it can; agreed, but is it not the case that the EU would not consider Scotland as an independent country for a variety of reasons, ie, no currency of its own, and the economy of course if separated from the rest of the UK is not sufficient for their criteria. 

The United Kingdom consists of four constituent countries: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and although all of the last three have some degree of devolved power; ultimately the Parliament (in England)  has the final say. So in effect Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are not considered an independent country in their own right,

State of play at the moment.; methinks.

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Wow!!!  What an immense waste of the Democrats' money!

By what magic can they make it possible for Americans to vote in an election if they live in a foreign land... like the UK, for instance?

Only the French (and the Irish) have sufficient savoir faire to make that work...   Shirley?

 

I mean, if it's beyond the wit of Jocks to make it happen how on Earth can Frogs, Paddies and Yanks do it!?

 

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