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Bill

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  1. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    I think you mean predict 'call' comes from a decision made in baseball that relates to whether a player is in, or out so it is a decision based on something that HAS happened you cannot 'call' something that has not happened
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    The Brexit Thread

    Yes, 'to serve his country' rushed out to France April 1918 to help shore up the line - still in his teens with only a couple of weeks training he lost two lads he grew up with, one who lived next door, hence my attending the Rembrance service in my village - something if I remember hand crank you and mouse brain did not do in either previous years despite your jingoistic sh it on here maybe what he saw and experienced in those few months led him to recognise the sheer stupidity of those who did not learn from it and sadly still have not so you can shove your usual snide remarks up your jacksie, hand crank or who ever you really are my allegiance is with those who came back to find a land that was not fit for heroes, but who then fought alongside others to better their lot - one that often saw them as no better than the beasts of the field ""In many of our villages, a man who joins a trade union is worthy of the Victoria Cross that's won on a battlefield. In many villages he dare not be known to be a member of the union. But to be a branch secretary! That is to risk one's livelihood every day in the week". yep, thrown out onto the streets along with your family if you spoke up - and today's conditions, holiday and sickness pay owes much to them - not the snivellin' scum who would see it taken away because they feel they do not have common purpose with those in the same situation but put their trust (delusion) in those who have lied to them all their lives but as the senile on here will tell you 'master knows best'
  3. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    "A court has ruled that Donald Trump must hand over tax returns to prosecutors in New York after he lost an appeal against an earlier ruling. Cyrus Vance Jr, a New York district attorney, has subpoenaed eight years of the president’s personal and corporate tax returns, from 2011 to 2018, and other legal documents from accountancy firm Mazars USA as part of a criminal investigation into hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal." We need this, if not a higher, level of scrutiny of our PM, instead of Questions about Dominic Cummings’s connections to Russia and the levels of security vetting to which he has been subjected in Downing Street after an official-level whistleblower raised serious concerns. Arcuri also told Bloomberg that Johnson was aware of her links with Hayes before he was convicted of rigging the Libor interest rate. Boris Johnson has defended a £160,000 donation made to the Conservatives by a former Russian minister's wife in return for a tennis match with him. Downing Street has been accused of sitting on an explosive parliamentary report on the security threat posed by Russia to the UK, which examined allegations that Kremlin-sponsored activity distorted the result of the 2016 EU referendum. The Met Police have now confirmed that they sent a file for “early investigative advice” to the CPS on October 17.Vote Leave was backed by high profile MPs including Boris Johnson and his senior aide Dominic Cummings was its campaign director. A PM who is involved in numerous investigations concerning allegations of fraud and misfeasance in public office would normally be seen as a very serious matter. Yet it seems as if because he is seen as an habitual liar it is acceptable. "Boris Johnson told “so many lies” during the EU referendum campaign, the outgoing president of the European commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has said. " But hark, what yonder voice do I hear ? Who is that touching his forelock and wringing his cap ? Why, it is Tom Daft a labouring bigot who is claiming that Johnson would not lie to his sort. Johnson may have lied to everyone else, so much so that even his family do not trust him. Even his former wife divorced him because he was such a liar. Maybe Tom Daft should talk to the DUP..... who also trusted him, before mumbling that "master knows best".
  4. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    Looks like Henry **** (NW Norfolk is standing down, joining Broadland's Keith Simpson and North Norfolk Liberal Democrat Norman Lamb is also standing down. But all is not lost as N Norfolk have their very own 'Tory Boy' Duncan Baker, some who looks about 16, but sounds about 60. And Waveney appear to have Eddie Izzard as their candidate. As to Tory voters my grandad always reckoned that it was those still living in 'tied cottages' that voted Tory. Bottom of the pile but still clinging onto the thought 'master knows best'.
  5. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    comparing that result to the previous four results it might suggest the ukip vote shifted o Labour in 2017 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_and_Leamington_(UK_Parliament_constituency) however I would suggest that with a substantial increase in both voter turn out and Labour's increase it shows that it most likely was a combination of those who might not have voted before and those voting tactically that gave Labour enough votes to win the above is what is being ignored so far a poll taken on the streets or on the phone will indicate how someone is likely to vote, what it does not do is show how likely they are to vote - ao my thought is do not be lulled into a false view of the final vote based on the usual polling methods (Ricardo 2017 ...100-70 Tory majority) many Tory voters are immune to austerity alsomthe cuts in income via UC and may well live in areas that don't see the effects of a drastic cut in police numbers, eo will not know the depths of feeling against the Tories
  6. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    anyway orf out as I'm being rewarded for my efforts yesterday with a meal out I would prefer it to be a meal in ...................................as with this rain I'll never finish the soup ta ra ps I'll see if I can find Bill TV tomorrow if so keep your eyes out as it is usually only about a few mins after ko that I can access 'naughty' steams
  7. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    oh dearie me, hand crank that joke was made 30 mins ago bring back bagster
  8. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    actually it was a fight for the leadership and she has just landed him a right jab to the face much better way to sort out who is in charge
  9. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    the word is dearie (do keep up RTB) ps where's Cpt Pants ?
  10. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    due to decency regulations we cannot be shown pictures of Johnson or Farage kissing Trump's ring
  11. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    an alliance ! dear god, there's a worrying thought that he thinks the best way a dog can deal ith a tick ................is to form an alliance with it
  12. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    We ? You mean the gormless halfwits who were conned and so rather than admit it, want some 'stab in the back' explanation as to why their level of stupidity was not matched by deliverence. So it is the system now. The very one that Farage has supported all his adult life and has only complained that voters did see him fit to be in Parliament that has now given him a convenient peg to hang gis bleats upon. It is not a system where elected memembers in the main serve their constituents, it is those elected who don't give a flying fck about the numpties who voted for him and someone does no work and doesn't turn up to meeting he is supposed to. Why has he sought to be elected as an MP if it is so flawed ?
  13. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    Farage is a self serving opportunist and so will say what he thinks betters his cause....himself. Just as Johnson spun the DUP a pile of shi te so Farage will is merely using the possibility of disrupting the Tories as leverage. In this case which of them is the true prophet of brexit. Much as in the Middle East where the gormless are used to slaughter each either overwho is the better sing Sony or Cher...... or in their case Sunni and Shia. So we have bigots aligning with something they think will deliver them to the land of Ali's Snackbar, or the sunny uplands as the not too bright over here imagine.
  14. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    stop LYING only a thicko would not be able to see why that is a lie ps what about that bet ?
  15. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    I do hope the current stand off with the bigots does not lead to any nastiness, as with the Night of the Long Knives. The huge array of talent Farage has at his disposal in the way of candidates must worry poor Bertie, when coupled with his extraordinary ability to make an absolute ar se of himself by constantly getting somethng wrong. Swap the two leaders and the bigots could put up a good fight. Farage has the gift of making bullsht seem plausible whereas Bertie just makes anything plausible sound like bullsht. So expect to see much of Farage, whereas it will be the Tory candidates and not the hapless Bertie to the fore.
  16. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    I think that was down to Len Crank's rather strident views on homosexuality Hence his absence from this parish of late Meanwhile any update on your thought that " and cannot vote? Actually we can, even if some of my fellow Remainers are apparently forced to live in countries such as France, where they have the gall to impose taxes. And not just in this general election, but in the last EU referendum as well, and the next, if there is one, provided they left the UK not more than 15 years ago. " I do hope you are not getting yourself confused with another absentee, bagster - who similar had the same thought. So much so that he actually claimed to had voted in said referendum. A lie as it turned out.
  17. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    err, it was a pi sstake out of your stupidity something you seem well capable of affirming ps at what occurence could I win this 'bet' ?
  18. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    I think he stopped when he ran out of fingers
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    The Brexit Thread

    I can always tell when you are riled Van Wink, as you fall back on the smear of me stealing from the British Legion unfortunately as it was you who regularly posted this lie, it does rather give away that you and RTB are the same (among numerous other names) still if you have little else to do from first thing in the morning to last thing at night then that is your problem so toodle pip ......... Cpt Pants, bagster, Len
  20. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    blimey, I barely rattled the cage out out he jumps best be off as he gets a bit sweary this time of night anyway here's something for you to enjoy hand crank as you rant away into the wee hours do join in as I'm sure you know the words even Swindo sings a long (1m 38sec)
  21. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    29th March 31st October...... ? Give us a date, oh dimwitted one... A date is what we want
  22. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    "Downing Street has been accused of sitting on an explosive parliamentary report on the security threat posed by Russia to the UK, which examined allegations that Kremlin-sponsored activity distorted the result of the 2016 EU referendum. The cross-party intelligence and security committee said it had expected Boris Johnson to approve publication of the 50-page dossier by Thursday – and there was now a risk its publication would be prevented before the general electio It is understood that the dossier examines allegations that Russian money has flowed into British politics in general and the Conservative party in particular. It also features claims that Russia launched a major influence operation in 2016 in support of Brexit. " https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/oct/31/boris-johnson-accused-report-russia-dominic-grieve Tories involved in corruption ? What ever next, they'll be accusing Blly Bunter of stealing jam tarts.
  23. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    still at least purple is not so dim witted (I think) but here we have him claiming that a UK resident in France could vote in the referendum let's hope this is not poor hand crank trying to 'trigger' me, and it is just purple lying as usual ps RTB is stood down as Jools floats back up in the loo bowl - so maybe we might see Cpt Pants again
  24. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    oh dear, the senility gets worse a fraud investigation is not a conspiracy and if you are trying to claim some kudos for finally proving me wrong it might be an idea to check your facts first "The newspaper's report also prompted an investigation by the police watchdog, which is ongoing. The Independent Office of Police Conduct is deciding whether to investigate the prime minister for a potential criminal offence of misconduct in public office while he was London mayor, between 2008 and 2016, when he also had oversight of the Metropolitan Police. A separate inquiry by the London Assembly into alleged conflicts of interest has been paused until the watchdog's probe is concluded." So, are either of these investigation still ongoing ? ps the quote (in red) comes from the link you posted, perhaps you should read it first rather than ape the idiocy of Swindo
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