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Mikey1874
8 minutes ago, Statts1976uk said:

If Tice isn't standing then I bet he'll negotiate a seat in the Lords in return for Reform not standing in some of the Tory marginals.

 

Don't think there will be a deal. They want to fight over the carcass.

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I P Knightley
1 hour ago, The Mighty Thor said:

The big take away here will be Tice's rag tag mob of racists putting the fear up Sunak and they'll start looking for a wee snidey deal. Again. Just like 2019. 

I'm sure that Tice's company will try to stitch up some kind of deal like that again. 

 

And the Tories won't learn from past mistakes and may well get into bed with them in the hope of the same outcome. 

 

The Tories have made such a complete Horlicks of it, though, that I strongly doubt such a deal would put much of a dent in the Labour lead. That 'red wall' is almost certainly turning entirely red again. Folk in many traditional Tory constituencies want their Tory MP out; if Tice's employees aren't standing, they'll either not vote or the moderate ones will switch to LibDem. 

 

And Cheerful Charlie Gove was interviewed last week saying that Sunak is 'one of the most gifted political leaders in the West.' The guy's as feeble as a lettuce that has outlived Truss. 

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The Mighty Thor
36 minutes ago, I P Knightley said:

I'm sure that Tice's company will try to stitch up some kind of deal like that again. 

 

And the Tories won't learn from past mistakes and may well get into bed with them in the hope of the same outcome. 

 

The Tories have made such a complete Horlicks of it, though, that I strongly doubt such a deal would put much of a dent in the Labour lead. That 'red wall' is almost certainly turning entirely red again. Folk in many traditional Tory constituencies want their Tory MP out; if Tice's employees aren't standing, they'll either not vote or the moderate ones will switch to LibDem. 

 

And Cheerful Charlie Gove was interviewed last week saying that Sunak is 'one of the most gifted political leaders in the West.' The guy's as feeble as a lettuce that has outlived Truss. 

A lot of the sitting Tory MPs have pulled the pin and are not standing this time round.

 

I hope Tice does strike a grubby deal and it fractures the Tory party veneer and they rightly take their true mantle of the racist and xenophobic English National Party they've always been. 

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23 hours ago, Mikey1874 said:

 

Going well

 

 


Poor Tories, they've run out of woke distractions and still haven't managed to stoke a fire under the transient 'hint of gammon' vote.

They could, now hear me out as it's a novel idea, try being a competent government instead...:laugh2:

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WorldChampions1902
1 hour ago, Gizmo said:


Poor Tories, they've run out of woke distractions and still haven't managed to stoke a fire under the transient 'hint of gammon' vote.

They could, now hear me out as it's a novel idea, try being a competent government instead...:laugh2:

It was going so well………until your last sentence. 🙃

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cosanostra

Genuinely feeling concerned for Volk and Whittaker this weekend. They're probably my favourite fighters of the last 10 years. I'm nowhere near ready to see them fall off a cliff. 

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3 hours ago, cosanostra said:

I'm nowhere near ready to see them fall off a cliff. 

 

When you say that, do you mean the wrestlers or the Conservative government?  :whistling: 

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cosanostra
13 minutes ago, Ulysses said:

 

When you say that, do you mean the wrestlers or the Conservative government?  :whistling: 

 

How the hell did I manage that? 🤣

That was intended for the boxing / MMA thread.

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8 minutes ago, cosanostra said:

 

How the hell did I manage that? 🤣

That was intended for the boxing / MMA thread.

 

🤷‍♂️ :laugh: 

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The Mighty Thor
4 hours ago, manaliveits105 said:

We do have a schmoz of daily obsessed posters on this thread 

Every single day soft lad

 

Every day. 

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The Real Maroonblood
4 hours ago, manaliveits105 said:

We do have a schmoz of daily obsessed posters on this thread 

:rofl:
Says the Troll.

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I P Knightley
3 hours ago, The Mighty Thor said:

Every single day soft lad

 

Every day. 

I like Best for Britain but the scansion grates. 

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The Mighty Thor
1 hour ago, I P Knightley said:

I like Best for Britain but the scansion grates. 

If i knew what 'scansion' was i'd probbaly hate it too. 

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I P Knightley
1 hour ago, The Mighty Thor said:

If i knew what 'scansion' was i'd probbaly hate it too. 

The poem doesn't scan. 

 

This would:

 

Roses are dead

Violets are dear

We said this would happen

You said, "Project Fear!"

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The Mighty Thor
53 minutes ago, I P Knightley said:

The poem doesn't scan. 

 

This would:

 

Roses are dead

Violets are dear

We said this would happen

You said, "Project Fear!"

It was a pish attempt at sarc'scansion'asm ☹️

 

 

I had to Google it 

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I P Knightley
4 minutes ago, The Mighty Thor said:

It was a pish attempt at sarc'scansion'asm ☹️

 

 

I had to Google it 

:biglaugh:

No need for Google when you've got all your JKB buddies here to help. 

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The Mighty Thor
1 hour ago, I P Knightley said:

:biglaugh:

No need for Google when you've got all your JKB buddies here to help. 

A less reliable parcel of rogues you'll struggle to find 😂

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The Mighty Thor

2024-02-15.jpg

 

On the very morning that our economy slips into a recession.

 

onwards and upwards comrades

 

:greggy:

 

 

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i wish jj was my dad
50 minutes ago, Mikey1874 said:

 

And we have more people despite leaving the EU to take back control? 

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The Mighty Thor
15 minutes ago, i wish jj was my dad said:

And we have more people despite leaving the EU to take back control? 

The main increase in numbers is not from EU migrants or, despite what the racists will tell you, the poor ****s risking the channel on a lilo. 

 

 

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The Mighty Thor
Just now, Mikey1874 said:

Worst set of figures since 1955.

 

 

 

How on earth are they going to polish this particular jobby?

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Mikey1874
4 minutes ago, The Mighty Thor said:

 

How on earth are they going to polish this particular jobby?

 

Helpful media will downplay it. 

 

Move on quickly. Though the by-election results probably don't help.

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Victorian
8 minutes ago, The Mighty Thor said:

Biggest rise in two-year fixed mortgage rates since last July

 

https://news.sky.com/story/inflation-uk-latest-interest-rates-sky-news-money-blog-live-13040934?postid=7231272#liveblog-body

 

Onwards and upwards comrades

 

:greggy:

 

It'll be leftist financial markets orthodoxy wot must be challenged and smashed.  Maybe more trickle down tax cuts funded by issuing gilts.  

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Bull's-eye
39 minutes ago, Victorian said:

We probably need another lecture from Professor Truss of The Trumpton School of Bleakonomics.

 

Better than your daily slavers, sorry lectures, i meant lectures. Forgive me.

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48 minutes ago, The Mighty Thor said:

 

How on earth are they going to polish this particular jobby?

 

It's all down to an international Marxist conspiracy aimed at the UK, fronted by the IMF, The Bank of England, The UK Supreme Court, Carol Vorderman, Gary Lineker and The Bloody EU.

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Mikey1874

BBC News go with Japan and Britain entering recession. 

 

After leading with 2 stories from Israel. 

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The Mighty Thor
6 minutes ago, Mikey1874 said:

BBC News go with Japan and Britain entering recession. 

 

After leading with 2 stories from Israel. 

You can imagine the BBC hacks frantically hunting around for another economy in recession so the Tory apologists have something utterly irrelevant to point to. 

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Mikey1874
2 minutes ago, The Mighty Thor said:

You can imagine the BBC hacks frantically hunting around for another economy in recession so the Tory apologists have something utterly irrelevant to point to. 

 

Have brought someone decent on though to explain the underlying problems. Lack of investment and chronic poverty. 

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Victorian
2 minutes ago, Mikey1874 said:

 

Have brought someone decent on though to explain the underlying problems. Lack of investment and chronic poverty. 

 

Speaking of chronic poverty,  Direct Debit defaults have risen markedly recently.  Another indicator that the real economy is in dire straits.

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The Mighty Thor
1 minute ago, Mikey1874 said:

 

Have brought someone decent on though to explain the underlying problems. Lack of investment and chronic poverty. 

 

So the choice facing Osborne in 2010 was to stimulate pur economy by spending our way out of trouble using the ridiculously cheap money at that time, improving infrastructure and services ready for the next growth cycle, or cut everything to the bone with 14 years of Austerity. 

 

Political dogma won and the we are reaping what these ****s sowed.  

 

 

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Gundermann

:yas:

 

THERE will be no Scottish Tory MPs in the House of Commons after the next General Election, according to a new poll.

The SNP would also once again emerge as the largest party north of the Border, securing a majority of 40 seats, with Labour returning 13 and the LibDems four. 

The Daily Mirror poll, carried out by Find Out Now and Electoral Calculus, saw 18,000 voters surveyed across the UK over the last three weeks.

The mega-poll will make grim reading for Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross, with his party set to be decimated north of the Border. 

 

READ MORE: SNP to heap fresh pressure on Labour as ceasefire vote confirmed

We previously reported how First Minister Humza Yousaf launched the SNP's election campaign with a call to "make Scotland Tory-free". 

The Tories are also set for a crushing defeat across the rest of the UK, which could see the party under Rishi Sunak lose three-quarters of their seats. 

 

It would be the first time the Tories had not returned any MPs in Scotland since Tony Blair's New Labour landslide in 1997. 

The Daily Mirror poll projected the outcome of all 650 constituencies across the UK using the MRP (multi-level regression and post-stratification) method to predict individual seats. 

 

https://www.thenational.scot/news/24120572.poll-tories-wiped-scotland-next-general-election/

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Mikey1874
42 minutes ago, Victorian said:

 

Speaking of chronic poverty,  Direct Debit defaults have risen markedly recently.  Another indicator that the real economy is in dire straits.

 

This is the problem Rishi has in all his cheery talk about turning it around. The crucial middle income group of voters are struggling. From a lot of different angles. Even with prices stabilising. 

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Mikey1874
44 minutes ago, The Mighty Thor said:

 

So the choice facing Osborne in 2010 was to stimulate pur economy by spending our way out of trouble using the ridiculously cheap money at that time, improving infrastructure and services ready for the next growth cycle, or cut everything to the bone with 14 years of Austerity. 

 

Political dogma won and the we are reaping what these ****s sowed.  

 

 

 

That's right. Basically why we are where we are. Dogma and politics. Nothing to do with good economic choices. 

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joondalupjambo

Where is soft lad when you need him to balance up the arguments?

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The Mighty Thor
4 minutes ago, joondalupjambo said:

Where is soft lad when you need him to balance up the arguments?

 

Fair comment. 

 

:greggy:

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Footballfirst

I'm struck by the MSM describing this as a "technical recession".  There is nothing technical about it. The economy contracted over the last six months of 2023.

 

Then there is that bastion of independence, the BBC, proclaiming this is the "mildest" start to a recession in 50 years.

Mildest start to a recession in 50 years

The economy has shrunk by a total of 0.5% over the last two quarters of 2023, triggering a technical recession.

It’s the mildest start to a recession since at least the 1970s.

 

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Victorian
28 minutes ago, Mikey1874 said:

 

This is the problem Rishi has in all his cheery talk about turning it around. The crucial middle income group of voters are struggling. From a lot of different angles. Even with prices stabilising. 

 

Just very basic economics on the supply/demand/price curve.  They'll take credit for inflation dropping but it will be partly due to economic demand dragging price downwards as providers of goods and services compete for the scraps of demand that exist.  Cause?  Nobody has any money.

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