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Nucky Thompson
3 hours ago, The Mighty Thor said:

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The hold up at ports is not just a UK problem, or even Europe. It's World wide

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Planning to give Border Force officials immunity from prosecution if they push back a dingy full of people that then go on to drown.

 

A flagrant breach of international law and an attempt to make murder legal.

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manaliveits105
2 hours ago, Nucky Thompson said:

The hold up at ports is not just a UK problem, or even Europe. It's World wide

Bloody worldwide toooooaarries !!

 

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Jambo-Jimbo
2 hours ago, Nucky Thompson said:

The hold up at ports is not just a UK problem, or even Europe. It's World wide

 

Just a matter of a couple of weeks ago there was over 70 container ships moored of the coast of California, because America's busiest container port, Los Angeles couldn't cope with them all, even other ports couldn't help as they were also rammed full with container ships.

https://news.sky.com/story/california-more-than-70-cargo-ships-queue-outside-los-angeles-and-long-beach-ports-amid-surge-in-us-imports-12414284

The reason was basically a lack of workers at the ports, also a lack of trucks to transport the goods, but even if there were enough trucks there wasn't enough drivers to drive the trucks.   Sounds familiar.

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The Mighty Thor
3 hours ago, Nucky Thompson said:

The hold up at ports is not just a UK problem, or even Europe. It's World wide

So ports are not back to normal and the Tories have not saved Christmas?

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The Real Maroonblood
3 hours ago, Nucky Thompson said:

The hold up at ports is not just a UK problem, or even Europe. It's World wide

You actually believe that pish. 

:rofl:

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Nucky Thompson
19 minutes ago, The Mighty Thor said:

So ports are not back to normal and the Tories have not saved Christmas?

Beginning to improve according to ITV news.

I'm not so sure Christmas was doomed anyway.

I couldn't get a PS5 for love nor money last year and I'm sure there will be things this year that are rarer than hen's teeth

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Nucky Thompson
3 minutes ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

You actually believe that pish. 

:rofl:

I take it you don't watch or read the news :lol:

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The Real Maroonblood
1 minute ago, Nucky Thompson said:

I take it you don't watch or read the news :lol:

It's all true on the news.

 

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Nucky Thompson
52 minutes ago, Jambo-Jimbo said:

https://news.sky.com/story/california-more-than-70-cargo-ships-queue-outside-los-angeles-and-long-beach-ports-amid-surge-in-us-imports-12414284

The reason was basically a lack of workers at the ports, also a lack of trucks to transport the goods, but even if there were enough trucks there wasn't enough drivers to drive the trucks.   Sounds familiar.

Those damn Tories :vangry:

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Nucky Thompson
1 minute ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

It's all true on the news.

 

Is it all lies then? Or only the bits you want to be

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The Real Maroonblood
Just now, Nucky Thompson said:

Is it all lies then? Or only the bits you want to be

Same for you.

Do you also buy into this save Xmas shite?

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Nucky Thompson
2 minutes ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

Same for you.

Do you also buy into this save Xmas shite?

Definitely not.

Anyway, I couldn't give a hoot if there was a shortage of Turkeys and I would be delighted if there was no Brussels sprouts 

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Konrad von Carstein
3 minutes ago, Nucky Thompson said:

Definitely not.

Anyway, I couldn't give a hoot if there was a shortage of Turkeys and I would be delighted if there was no Brussels sprouts 

Uber hard-line Brexiteer here!

 

:lol:

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The Real Maroonblood
5 minutes ago, Nucky Thompson said:

Definitely not.

Anyway, I couldn't give a hoot if there was a shortage of Turkeys and I would be delighted if there was no Brussels sprouts 

Turkeys are shite.

Prefer Capon.

Brussel sprouts not too bad.

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7 minutes ago, Konrad von Carstein said:

Uber hard-line Brexiteer here!

 

:lol:

 

:bravo:

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Savage Vince
29 minutes ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

You actually believe that pish. 

:rofl:

 

Of course he doesn't. 

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Nucky Thompson
15 minutes ago, Konrad von Carstein said:

Uber hard-line Brexiteer here!

 

:lol:

:biggrin2:

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Victorian

Just have a look at the details of the corrupt and negligent relationship between this government,  the major home builders,  lobbied for deregulation,  watered down standards,  party donations,  big profit margins,  sub-standard home builds.

 

My word.  These people are vandals and parasites.

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1 hour ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

You actually believe that pish. 

:rofl:

 

Oops

 

 

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manaliveits105
2 hours ago, pablo said:

 

Oops

 

 

Don’t confuse them with facts 

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The Mighty Thor
7 hours ago, manaliveits105 said:

Don’t confuse them with facts 

So about this Tories have saved Christmas thing,?

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Japan Jambo
11 hours ago, Nucky Thompson said:

Definitely not.

Anyway, I couldn't give a hoot if there was a shortage of Turkeys and I would be delighted if there was no Brussels sprouts 

 

caramelise them with some onions, butter and sugar - very acceptable though the doctor may not agree.

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manaliveits105
2 hours ago, The Mighty Thor said:

So about this Tories have saved Christmas thing,?

Just something small will do thanks 

don’t go overboard 

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It's OK, guys, the Yanks are having problems as well !
What that has to do with a lying Tory thread, I'm not so sure.
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The problems the Yanks are having is that people coming off Furlough seem to have no interest in going back to their shite jobs with pish pay and awful conditions.

This is also the case in Europe and in the UK.

But the USA and Europe have far larger populations and will be able to replace the lost workers far more easily than isolated Little Britain.

 

We've seen this already, with the UK government opening visas in a desperate attempt to pull in more labour but hardly any overseas workers taking up the offer, instead preferring to find work where they are.

 

It's debatable whether or not the supply chain crisis in the UK would still have happened purely due to Brexit, or whether Brexit has simply amplified the Covid effect, but the Operation Yellowhammer paper did warn of supply chain problems, and mostly everything else that was in that paper has come true, so take from that what you will.

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Matt Hancock has his job offer at the UN revoked.

 

They must have realised he's a useless fud.

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Boy Daniel
16 minutes ago, Cade said:

Matt Hancock has his job offer at the UN revoked.

 

They must have realised he's a useless fud.


Nice one. 

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Raab threatens to make new laws to "correct" legal outcomes on human rights judgements if the government doesn't like them.

 

So, the government is actually planning to overturn the rule of law when it loses a case.

 

Wow.

 

 

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NANOJAMBO
27 minutes ago, Cade said:

Raab threatens to make new laws to "correct" legal outcomes on human rights judgements if the government doesn't like them.

 

So, the government is actually planning to overturn the rule of law when it loses a case.

 

Wow.

 

 

Let's not forget the "ad hoc" process he's allegedly proposing. And there was me thinking we had parliamentary bills, HoL, HoC for that kind of stuff. Probably just have an opinion poll in Daily "ememies of the peole" Mail , much more convenient. 

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The Mighty Thor
1 hour ago, Cade said:

Raab threatens to make new laws to "correct" legal outcomes on human rights judgements if the government doesn't like them.

 

So, the government is actually planning to overturn the rule of law when it loses a case.

 

Wow.

 

 

The tragic events in Leigh in sea will present a great opportunity for Patel and Raab to ram through New bills and laws on the back of 'national security'

 

Any kind of scrutiny will be met with howls about Friday's tragic events. 

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manaliveits105

Polexit soon hopefully 
Bloody Polish Tories !!!!

Come on in the waters fine guys 
 

Their relationship was plunged into crisis earlier this month when a Polish court ruled some of Poland's laws had primacy of EU ones.

"We cannot and we will not allow our common values to be put at risk," said Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission.

But Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, also present at the plenary session in Strasbourg, hit back.

"Poland will not be intimated," said Morawiecki, vowing to defend his country's sovereign independence against the "creeping expansion" of EU institutions.

 

mon the Poles !

 

 

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jack D and coke

Tories lying to Scotland again…

Uncle tams like sir Ian wood toiling to defend them with these carbon capture sites. 
It‚Äôs all good imo. The bag of chips has fallen off our shoulders it‚Äôs needs a big scoop to top us up and fuel the grievanceūüėÄ

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On 17/10/2021 at 18:26, The Mighty Thor said:

The tragic events in Leigh in sea will present a great opportunity for Patel and Raab to ram through New bills and laws on the back of 'national security'

 

Any kind of scrutiny will be met with howls about Friday's tragic events. 

Yep . Rushed laws after a serious event are never wise really . They tend to be underpinned by emotion

and revenge then rational, level headed thought out thinking 

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The Mighty Thor
46 minutes ago, JamesM48 said:

Yep . Rushed laws after a serious event are never wise really . They tend to be underpinned by emotion

and revenge then rational, level headed thought out thinking 

They're all jumping in with 'David's Law', even guys like Mark Francois, who enjoyed an extended break from parliament and the public eye earlier this year and in totally unrelated events, around the same time an MP in his 50's was suspended from parliament whilst sexual assault claims were 'investigated' by the speaker of the house and the leader of the house. The victim is still appealing to the CPS as to why the case was not pursued.

 

So yes I can understand why certain people, particularly those with things they'd rather keep quiet, would want social media voices shut down.

 

It wasn't social media accounts calling out the lies and shenanigans of those in power that killed Davis Ames, it appears it may well have been home bred Islamic fundamentalism. 

 

Any government should be open to transparency and held to account. This particularly nefarious mob will be moving heaven and earth to prevent that from happening. 

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33 minutes ago, The Mighty Thor said:

They're all jumping in with 'David's Law', even guys like Mark Francois, who enjoyed an extended break from parliament and the public eye earlier this year and in totally unrelated events, around the same time an MP in his 50's was suspended from parliament whilst sexual assault claims were 'investigated' by the speaker of the house and the leader of the house. The victim is still appealing to the CPS as to why the case was not pursued.

 

So yes I can understand why certain people, particularly those with things they'd rather keep quiet, would want social media voices shut down.

 

It wasn't social media accounts calling out the lies and shenanigans of those in power that killed Davis Ames, it appears it may well have been home bred Islamic fundamentalism. 

 

Any government should be open to transparency and held to account. This particularly nefarious mob will be moving heaven and earth to prevent that from happening. 

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On 14/10/2021 at 11:05, Cade said:

The problems the Yanks are having is that people coming off Furlough seem to have no interest in going back to their shite jobs with pish pay and awful conditions.

This is also the case in Europe and in the UK.

But the USA and Europe have far larger populations and will be able to replace the lost workers far more easily than isolated Little Britain.

 

We've seen this already, with the UK government opening visas in a desperate attempt to pull in more labour but hardly any overseas workers taking up the offer, instead preferring to find work where they are.

 

It's debatable whether or not the supply chain crisis in the UK would still have happened purely due to Brexit, or whether Brexit has simply amplified the Covid effect, but the Operation Yellowhammer paper did warn of supply chain problems, and mostly everything else that was in that paper has come true, so take from that what you will.

Supply chains were predicted as far back as 2012 to be not fit for purpose.

Chinas ports are at a standstill.

Brexit has contributed .

The bigger picture is concerning.

China has control through state owned COSCO of 90 plus ports in 60 plus countries and is set to own Hamburg .

Basically a network of footprints around the world without having deployed one soldier is how this has been described.

I've posted before that we have a consumer driven economy that has been artificially low in its cost .

But high in price paid in the effects it has.

 

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One proposal made this week was to hide MP's expenses details as a way of avoiding online abuse.

 

These shitebags are utterly shameless.

 

Using a horrific murder as an excuse to hide what they're buying themselves with our money.

 

*MPs on all sides of the house supported this gobshite.

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jack D and coke

Clean oceans but voted to basically emptying their kazis straight into their rivers now :lol: 

I hope the English people know that the Scottish tories Andrew Bowie, David Mundell and Wee blame it on the boogie Ross all voted to dump this raw sewage into their rivers too. 
 

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The Mighty Thor

 

And as predicted, absolutely any scrutiny of this criminal mob will now be met with howls of 'online abuse' as they hide behind the murder of an MP in a premeditated terrorist attack. 

 

Shameless and as full of shit as the English waterways now are. 

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