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UK General Election 2019 UK General election December 2019

will this election return a majority to deliver Brexit by Jan31 2020

  • Yes

    Votes: 27 75.0%
  • No

    Votes: 9 25.0%

  • Total voters
    36

FairstoodtheWind

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4 year wait to get your cataracts done on the NHS in NI. Imagine losing that.
 

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It seems Labour were deceived into doing the hatchet job interview with the conservative journalist Andrew Neil. Corbyn was set up, the Rabbi made his comment and Neil devoted the interview to that but Corbyn only agreed to do it on the understanding that Johnson would do an interview with Neil. Now that is looking less and less likely. BBC and Tories team up against Corbyn again...


BBC sources insisted that they remained optimistic the prime minister will not be tempted to duck the challenge.

One senior Conservative source expressed surprise that Labour appeared to have been told all the party leaders had signed up to be interviewed by Neil, insisting no final decision had yet been made about Johnson’s participation.
I swear if Corbyn gets into power he will have jumped more hurdles than Daly Thompson. Hurdles being put in front of him by the country's entrenched elites.
 
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Given Neil's extreme Tory background he shouldn't be even doing these interviews, but Corbyn at least has courage - unlike Johnson.

Say one thing for CH4 they have more courage than BBC. They did not allow Johnson's sneaking away from the Climate Debate to go unmarked and the Tories have disgracefully threatened the organisation when CH4 seeks licence renewal. BBC and Neil on the other hand will not in any way criticise Johnson for shying away from interviews.

Why is Johnson hiding from scrutiny? Is it because the con job he is doing fears light?
 

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Given Neil's extreme Tory background he shouldn't be even doing these interviews, but Corbyn at least has courage - unlike Johnson.

Say one thing for CH4 they have more courage than BBC. They did not allow Johnson's sneaking away from the Climate Debate to go unmarked and the Tories have disgracefully threatened the organisation when CH4 seeks licence renewal. BBC and Neil on the other hand will not in any way criticise Johnson for shying away from interviews.

Why is Johnson hiding from scrutiny? Is it because the con job he is doing fears light?
He will get torn from limb to limb. He has a long history of being a lying sack of shit. Neil won't fuck about. He will avoid this, call it brown trousers or common sense or both, whichever way he's a top shelf, gold plated, two bob kunt.

I would sooner put my balls in a vice than vote fucking tory.
 

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BBC cover for Johnson at every opportunity and then call it a 'mistake'


The BBC has been criticised after broadcasting archive footage of Boris Johnson laying a wreath on Remembrance Sunday in 2016 instead of showing this year’s ceremony, during which the prime minister laid the flower arrangement upside down at the foot of the Cenotaph.
The BBC apologised, and insisted the old clip was broadcast purely by mistake.
In a statement, the programme said: “This morning on the programme we incorrectly used footage from a Remembrance Day service that was not filmed yesterday.
“This was a production mistake and we apologise for the error.”
Oh yeah, we believe them...


The BBC has claimed it made a “mistake” in editing a clip where it cut out an audience laughing at Boris Johnson, insisting the decision was made due to time constraints rather than political bias.
In the Question Time leaders’ debate special, broadcast on BBC One on Friday night, an audience member asked the prime minister: “How important is it for someone in your position of power to always tell the truth?”
Her question to Johnson was met with laughter, followed by applause, with Johnson struggling to reply. But in the version shown on the following day’s lunchtime news bulletin the laughter had been removed, with the BBC initially saying the edit had been made for time reasons before it rowed back and admitted its error.
Lots of careful editing to benefit their man they hire a staunch Tory to lead their politics programming and then set him up in what was an interrogation (not an interview) to do a hatchet job on Labour.
 

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What did Andrew Neill ask that was wrong? So what if the Rabbi intervened? Its not as if every Imam in the country are not overseeing postal ballot stuffing. The Left if they ever get government in the UK again it will be as the little bitches of the 'Slim Brotherhood. And all it will have cost will be the delivery of a regular supplies of white English girls to the local Kebab shop.
 

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What did Andrew Neill ask that was wrong? So what if the Rabbi intervened? Its not as if every Imam in the country are not overseeing postal ballot stuffing. The Left if they ever get government in the UK again it will be as the little bitches of the 'Slim Brotherhood. And all it will have cost will be the delivery of a regular supplies of white English girls to the local Kebab shop.
His question asking Corbyn to apologise is not journalism, it's not impartiality or investigation.

But he did it four times. He was sensationalist and biased and it was a disgrace, but the man is a Murdoch man with a long Tory past.

At least he won't be called upon to prove some kind of impartiality by grilling Johnson, because Johnson has chickened out and BBC do not really mind. I see you are playing the anti Islam card, easier than thinking i suppose, Islam has grown in the UK mostly under Tory govts but there is a perception that it is a Labour thing. A perception fed by Tory media.
 

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His question asking Corbyn to apologise is not journalism, it's not impartiality or investigation.

But he did it four times. He was sensationalist and biased and it was a disgrace, but the man is a Murdoch man with a long Tory past.

At least he won't be called upon to prove some kind of impartiality by grilling Johnson, because Johnson has chickened out and BBC do not really mind. I see you are playing the anti Islam card, easier than thinking i suppose, Islam has grown in the UK mostly under Tory govts but there is a perception that it is a Labour thing. A perception fed by Tory media.
Oh dear.. looks like Labour cant live by the Cancel culture that their woke minions like to apply to others. How many times have they screamed outrage at some perceived offense? All the time. And did it come back to bite them on the arse? Good enough for them.

Those imams stuffing ballots in Tower Hamlets wont be doing it on behalf of the Tories. No those votes will be for the Left Islamic Alliance. Thats easier than having to win over working class British voters. With a ballot box in one hand and a machete on London bridge. That's how Corbyn's boys roll.
 

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Oh dear.. looks like Labour cant live by the Cancel culture that their woke minions like to apply to others. How many times have they screamed outrage at some perceived offense? All the time. And did it come back to bite them on the arse? Good enough for them.

Those imams stuffing ballots in Tower Hamlets wont be doing it on behalf of the Tories. No those votes will be for the Left Islamic Alliance. Thats easier than having to win over working class British voters. With a ballot box in one hand and a machete on London bridge. That's how Corbyn's boys roll.
You need to broaden your view a bit, a fellow who things the NHS does not matter and that people should vote based on Islam in Tower Hamlets and your crazy theories about Muslims taking over, as if Britain was a democracy where anyone could take over if they get enough votes. As if there was no establishment.

If Muslims even become the majority they will not be taking over Britain. The British can't take over Britain today despite being the majority! The existence of an establishment that really decides things, and it is zionist.
 
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