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trevormans
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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by trevormans » 03 Apr 2020, 17:23

Not relevant

Mere smokescreen

Why does the government not tell the truth

Why do they avoid scrutiny

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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by bristleposh » 03 Apr 2020, 17:36

trevormans wrote:
03 Apr 2020, 17:14
Typical johnsonism



I have no answers therefore I will put up a diversion to serve as a smokescreen

Utter irrelevance


Typical johnsonism

Let us deny democracy and see if we can get away with it
Typical of your responses, avoid answering by saying something unintelligible
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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by trevormans » 03 Apr 2020, 17:39

Are you looking in the mirror

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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by Gaz_Miller » 04 Apr 2020, 11:32

OBM wrote:
03 Apr 2020, 17:18
I am sure the Labour party would have done a great job on the Coronavirus

If they had not abandoned the working class
If they had not made such dubious friends in the middle east
If they were not anti-Semitic
If Corbyn ever got off the fence
If they had the faintest idea how the majority of the country felt and still feel about Brexit
If collectively they were not the best thing that ever happened to the Conservative party

59 years I favored the Labour party, not now and never again, for me Boris and his mob have not done a bad job, time will tell, one thing I am sure of they are doing better than Labour would have done.
You can't be 'sure', you can only guess.

And your summary of 'Ifs' is just like reading an excerpt out of the Daily Mail - based on absolutely nothing but conjecture.

One last thing, why do you call Corbyn, 'Corbyn', yet call Johnson 'Boris'? Be consistent, be polite. Otherwise you just come across as a crusty, privileged old timer who thinks the country owes you a living - it doesn't!
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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by trevormans » 04 Apr 2020, 12:01

bristleposh wrote:
03 Apr 2020, 17:36
trevormans wrote:
03 Apr 2020, 17:14
Typical johnsonism



I have no answers therefore I will put up a diversion to serve as a smokescreen

Utter irrelevance


Typical johnsonism

Let us deny democracy and see if we can get away with it
Typical of your responses, avoid answering by saying something unintelligible
Why would you say that when you know full well that I will respond to questions and valid points? And you do know that I will try to give a balanced answer albeit from my position which would never be described as pro-tory

You are better than most about making some effort to respond
To points and questions but your responses are seldom well balanced

I genuinely do not know anything about the funeral you are speaking of

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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by tonyp » 04 Apr 2020, 21:11

New Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer vows to lead party into 'new era'.
After his victory, Sir Keir spoke to PM Boris Johnson and agreed to meet next week to discuss the coronavirus crisis.
Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow - Albert Einstein

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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by bristleposh » 04 Apr 2020, 21:32

trevormans wrote:
04 Apr 2020, 12:01
I genuinely do not know anything about the funeral you are speaking of
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/m ... s-21805900

I thought you’d be more inclined to believe the Mirror, than say The Metro or The Express
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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by tonyp » 04 Apr 2020, 22:57

bristleposh wrote:
04 Apr 2020, 21:32
I thought you’d be more inclined to believe the Mirror,
The Mirror says
What Labour's new leader must do now - six experts give their verdict on party's future.
https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct= ... pGUTH4B1JR
What's the betting there will be a few more experts on this message board giving their verdicts?
(That's assuming anybody is even interested!)
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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by OBM » 05 Apr 2020, 08:47

Gaz_Miller wrote:
04 Apr 2020, 11:32
OBM wrote:
03 Apr 2020, 17:18
I am sure the Labour party would have done a great job on the Coronavirus

If they had not abandoned the working class
If they had not made such dubious friends in the middle east
If they were not anti-Semitic
If Corbyn ever got off the fence
If they had the faintest idea how the majority of the country felt and still feel about Brexit
If collectively they were not the best thing that ever happened to the Conservative party

59 years I favored the Labour party, not now and never again, for me Boris and his mob have not done a bad job, time will tell, one thing I am sure of they are doing better than Labour would have done.
You can't be 'sure', you can only guess.

And your summary of 'Ifs' is just like reading an excerpt out of the Daily Mail - based on absolutely nothing but conjecture.

One last thing, why do you call Corbyn, 'Corbyn', yet call Johnson 'Boris'? Be consistent, be polite. Otherwise you just come across as a crusty, privileged old timer who thinks the country owes you a living - it doesn't!
Wow an expert on my personal circumstances, just to enlighten you

I can be sure because Labour did lose the election
As I have said before I do not read newspapers
Corbyn/Boris guilty as charged
Crusty guilty
Old Timer getting there certainly
Privileged me and her working 90 hours a week both on minimum wage she frontline looking after elderly with Alzheimers without protection and me working from home manning a helpline on nights. We consider it a privilege but I don't think that's what you meant.

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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by tonyp » 05 Apr 2020, 09:15

This thread is called Members of Parliament.
It has been reported in Australia that the UK parliament has a new leader of the opposition.
Is this true?
Who is it?
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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by Cad Sunts » 05 Apr 2020, 09:55

OBM wrote:
05 Apr 2020, 08:47
Gaz_Miller wrote:
04 Apr 2020, 11:32
OBM wrote:
03 Apr 2020, 17:18
I am sure the Labour party would have done a great job on the Coronavirus

If they had not abandoned the working class
If they had not made such dubious friends in the middle east
If they were not anti-Semitic
If Corbyn ever got off the fence
If they had the faintest idea how the majority of the country felt and still feel about Brexit
If collectively they were not the best thing that ever happened to the Conservative party

59 years I favored the Labour party, not now and never again, for me Boris and his mob have not done a bad job, time will tell, one thing I am sure of they are doing better than Labour would have done.
You can't be 'sure', you can only guess.

And your summary of 'Ifs' is just like reading an excerpt out of the Daily Mail - based on absolutely nothing but conjecture.

One last thing, why do you call Corbyn, 'Corbyn', yet call Johnson 'Boris'? Be consistent, be polite. Otherwise you just come across as a crusty, privileged old timer who thinks the country owes you a living - it doesn't!
Wow an expert on my personal circumstances, just to enlighten you

I can be sure because Labour did lose the election
As I have said before I do not read newspapers
Corbyn/Boris guilty as charged
Crusty guilty
Old Timer getting there certainly
Privileged me and her working 90 hours a week both on minimum wage she frontline looking after elderly with Alzheimers without protection and me working from home manning a helpline on nights. We consider it a privilege but I don't think that's what you meant.

You're wasting your time OBM

Gaz Miller has a very long record elsewhere of stretching the little knowledge he has way too far.

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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by ashman » 05 Apr 2020, 10:22

Cad Sunts wrote:
05 Apr 2020, 09:55
You're wasting your time OBM
Gaz Miller has a very long record elsewhere of stretching the little knowledge he has way too far.
I think we all know that on here. I'm just surprised that some posters are still trying to engage/disengage with his opinions.
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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by OBM » 05 Apr 2020, 11:52

I will retire and return when football returns. Best wishes to you all.

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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by bristleposh » 05 Apr 2020, 12:10

tonyp wrote:
05 Apr 2020, 09:15
This thread is called Members of Parliament.
It has been reported in Australia that the UK parliament has a new leader of the opposition.
Is this true?
Who is it?
It is true Tony, Sir Kier Starmer, a knight of the realm no less, and although I know very little about Labour policy I would suggest he can't do a worse job than the last incumbent
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Re: Members of Parliament

Post by Gaz_Miller » 05 Apr 2020, 12:47

Cad Sunts wrote:
05 Apr 2020, 09:55
You're wasting your time OBM

Gaz Miller has a very long record elsewhere of stretching the little knowledge he has way too far.
Still intimidated by me. Wow :clap:
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