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The Real Maroonblood
6 minutes ago, Dawnrazor said:

Would though!

Definitely.

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The Mighty Thor

It's not even just at a national level. 

 

The scenes at Aberdeen Council today were a bit tasty as conservative councillor and convicted sex offender rocked up at city chambers and voted with the labour/tory minority. 

He refuses to resign. 

 

 

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maroonlegions
Image may contain: one or more people, possible text that says 'JIHADI pAYOFF OUR COUNTRY IS NOT GOING BROKE FROM FEEDING THE POOR AND CARING FOR THE ELDERLY AND DISABLED... YOU'RE THINKING OF TAX CUTS FOR THE SUPER RICH, SUBSIDIES FOR HUGE CORPORATIONS AND A CRIMINAL CAPITALIST CLASS'
 
 
 

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The Real Maroonblood
24 minutes ago, maroonlegions said:
Image may contain: one or more people, possible text that says 'JIHADI pAYOFF OUR COUNTRY IS NOT GOING BROKE FROM FEEDING THE POOR AND CARING FOR THE ELDERLY AND DISABLED... YOU'RE THINKING OF TAX CUTS FOR THE SUPER RICH, SUBSIDIES FOR HUGE CORPORATIONS AND A CRIMINAL CAPITALIST CLASS'
 
 
 

:lol:

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Justin Z

Just remarkable. Pure gaslighting.
 

 

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Dawnrazor

Dawn Butler

 

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Dusk_Till_Dawn
8 minutes ago, Justin Z said:

Just remarkable. Pure gaslighting.
 

 


That Dawn Butler is thick as **** though. 

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Justin Z
4 minutes ago, Dusk_Till_Dawn said:

That Dawn Butler is thick as **** though. 


I'll take your word for it. So how bad does that make this racism enabler and defender look then by comparison?

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Dusk_Till_Dawn
3 minutes ago, Justin Z said:


I'll take your word for it. So how bad does that make this racism enabler and defender look then by comparison?


They’re all wasting as much oxygen as each other

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ri Alban
7 hours ago, Dusk_Till_Dawn said:


They’re all wasting as much oxygen as each other

Really? Tell us what you think about the Clip, JZ posted. Altho, your posts already do.

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ri Alban

Patel is wonderful must be the biggest lie the Tories have every cast.

 

 

 

 

And news just in, How's the Brexit trade deal going, Boris?"

Answer"Coronavirus!"

 

How much has been spent on brexit by tax payers?

 

Answer"Coronavirus!"

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Pans Jambo

Im not even sorry, you’re a gullible twat if you believed Boris EVER and anything anyone EVER said positively about Brexit.

 

Gullible.

 

They’re tories FFS!

Lying convincingly is in their DNA!

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Cade

Sunpat's first budget

 

:munny:

 

:liesalarm:

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Alan_R
5 hours ago, Cade said:

Sunpat's first budget

 

:munny:

 

:liesalarm:


it is for the rich down south.

nice wee break for those on over £300k and cut a break on the pensions tax too.

Tories looking after their own.

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Cade

Stanley Johnson, Boris' dad, has applied for a French passport

 

Brexit is only for the little people.

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ri Alban

Raab the man who said that having decent benefits and public services were/are "A childish wish list" and people using food banks "Have a cash flow problem" 

Now this Scumbag has the reigns.  

 

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Smithee
39 minutes ago, ri Alban said:

Raab the man who said that having decent benefits and public services were/are "A childish wish list" and people using food banks "Have a cash flow problem" 

Now this Scumbag has the reigns.  

 

You never know, this harsh dose of reality might make the radge tory wing a little more human and bring out the best.

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ri Alban
Posted (edited)
2 minutes ago, Smithee said:

You never know, this harsh dose of reality might make the radge tory wing a little more human and bring out the best.

Nope. But I'll back them til this is done. Just a wee reminder of these people. 

Edited by ri Alban

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Spitonastranger

Nearly a thousand people die yesterday and yet the media still protecting the tories and talking about 1 person in hospital.

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Smithee
Posted (edited)
3 minutes ago, Spitonastranger said:

Nearly a thousand people die yesterday and yet the media still protecting the tories and talking about 1 person in hospital.

Front page of the Express - Lockdown: End In Sight

 

****ing disgrace 

 

Edit

:laugh2: wrong!

I missed the word "no"

Edited by Smithee

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Spitonastranger
2 minutes ago, Smithee said:

Front page of the Express - Lockdown: End In Sight

 

****ing disgrace 

Agree but expected from those type of papers but for the BBC and others not to hold the tory governments feet to the fire is disgraceful. The lockdown will be announced, ok but what is the longer term plan. No hard questions will be asked.

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Smithee
Just now, Spitonastranger said:

Agree but expected from those type of papers but for the BBC and others not to hold the tory governments feet to the fire is disgraceful. The lockdown will be announced, ok but what is the longer term plan. No hard questions will be asked.

I got it wrong mate, the word "no" was covered up 

:facepalm:

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ri Alban

Why tf are big companies being given out taxpayers money, when they are paying out dividend payments to shareholders and are not registered for tax on these shores? Yet small businesses are being turned away or cannot afford to take on more debt.

 

These feckers never change. Always amazes me how they are quite socialist when using our tax for their filthy rich pals.

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Justin Z
13 hours ago, ri Alban said:

Why tf are big companies being given out taxpayers money, when they are paying out dividend payments to shareholders and are not registered for tax on these shores? Yet small businesses are being turned away or cannot afford to take on more debt.

 

These feckers never change. Always amazes me how they are quite socialist when using our tax for their filthy rich pals.

 

To paraphrase MLK Jr: Socialism for the rich and rugged individualism for the poor.

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Cade

Many other nations are refusing government bailouts for companies registered in tax havens.

We're not.

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Justin Z
1 hour ago, Cade said:

Many other nations are refusing government bailouts for companies registered in tax havens.

We're not.

 

Says it all.

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Pans Jambo
1 hour ago, Cade said:

Many other nations are refusing government bailouts for companies registered in tax havens.

We're not.

“We”?

 

Them!!!

 

Tory filth.

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Nucky Thompson
11 minutes ago, Pans Jambo said:

“We”?

 

Them!!!

 

Tory filth.

Are you still sore that Maggie shut down the mines :lol:

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Pans Jambo
6 minutes ago, Nucky Thompson said:

Are you still sore that Maggie shut down the mines :lol:

The tories are guilty of killing people. If you vote for them youre lower than a snakes belly and subhuman IMO.

And I am old enough to remember the devastation that witch caused to the communities that relied on the mines. 
 

Laugh it up though eh 👍

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Nucky Thompson
16 minutes ago, Pans Jambo said:

The tories are guilty of killing people. If you vote for them youre lower than a snakes belly and subhuman IMO.

And I am old enough to remember the devastation that witch caused to the communities that relied on the mines. 
 

Laugh it up though eh 👍

The mines were hemorrhaging money. 

The witch let a lot of people get on the property ladder by letting them buy their council houses for peanuts.

Loads of people I know benefited 

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GinRummy
8 minutes ago, Nucky Thompson said:

The mines were hemorrhaging money. 

The witch let a lot of people get on the property ladder by letting them buy their council houses for peanuts.

Loads of people I know benefited 

The future generations aren’t benefitting from her selling off all the council houses though. 

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Nucky Thompson
1 minute ago, GinRummy said:

The future generations aren’t benefitting from her selling off all the council houses though. 

I tend to disagree. A lot of the younger generation are better off because their parents were able to leave them something when they passed away.

 

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Pans Jambo
2 hours ago, Nucky Thompson said:

The mines were hemorrhaging money. 

The witch let a lot of people get on the property ladder by letting them buy their council houses for peanuts.

Loads of people I know benefited 

The workers paid for it & so did the communities. 
The council house thing is showing its true colours now. £350k for a 2 bedroom apartment and half your monthly salary to rent somewhere semi decent. Greedy landlords. No social housing stock and young folk struggling to get accommodation or get on the housing ladder. Its a shit show. Thanks Maggie!

 

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Weakened Offender
2 hours ago, Nucky Thompson said:

I tend to disagree. A lot of the younger generation are better off because their parents were able to leave them something when they passed away.

 

 

This myth has been destroyed at almost every level. 

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hmfcbilly
20 minutes ago, Pans Jambo said:

The workers paid for it & so did the communities. 
The council house thing is showing its true colours now. £350k for a 2 bedroom apartment and half your monthly salary to rent somewhere semi decent. Greedy landlords. No social housing stock and young folk struggling to get accommodation or get on the housing ladder. Its a shit show. Thanks Maggie!

 

The theory of making homes affordable to people who might not necessarily be able to own one otherwise was great in principle. Loads of hard working folk managed to own the property that they had paid rent on for years and that wasnt a bad thing. Where it fell down was allowing folk to buy numerous council homes by fronting up the cash for the tennant to buy (quite often elderly tennants) and hanging on until they died then 'inheriting' the property through a legal agreement and selling the property for a massive profit or renting it out for years then selling for an even bigger profit!

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Smithee
3 minutes ago, hmfcbilly said:

The theory of making homes affordable to people who might not necessarily be able to own one otherwise was great in principle. Loads of hard working folk managed to own the property that they had paid rent on for years and that wasnt a bad thing. Where it fell down was allowing folk to buy numerous council homes by fronting up the cash for the tennant to buy (quite often elderly tennants) and hanging on until they died then 'inheriting' the property through a legal agreement and selling the property for a massive profit or renting it out for years then selling for an even bigger profit!

I'd say the real problem was failing to replace the lost housing stock, we're seriously short on social housing.

 

I personally don't think that social housing should be sold into the private sector in the first place, it's not the purpose it's built for. But if we're going to sell them, get building to replace them, and more, the population's growing not shrinking. 

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CJGJ
4 minutes ago, Smithee said:

I'd say the real problem was failing to replace the lost housing stock, we're seriously short on social housing.

 

I personally don't think that social housing should be sold into the private sector in the first place, it's not the purpose it's built for. But if we're going to sell them, get building to replace them, and more, the population's growing not shrinking. 

Well if ever there was a time for an economic boost it's now

 

As soon as things are clearer a huge building programme should start with an emphasis on social housing...private house demand will take while to recover after this crisis.

 

I agree one of the major faults was not replacing what was sold in the past and this is a chance to catch up a little with large benefits whilst being built and after

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hmfcbilly
52 minutes ago, Smithee said:

I'd say the real problem was failing to replace the lost housing stock, we're seriously short on social housing.

 

I personally don't think that social housing should be sold into the private sector in the first place, it's not the purpose it's built for. But if we're going to sell them, get building to replace them, and more, the population's growing not shrinking. 

Hard to disagree with any of that Smithee. Dont sell them in the 1st place, we wouldn't need to replace them.

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Pans Jambo
8 hours ago, CJGJ said:

As soon as things are clearer a huge building programme should start with an emphasis on social housing...private house demand will take while to recover after this crisis.

 

Although I agree we all know this wont happen under the tories. If it did, it would probably be a privately funded thing with a private company collecting rents. The rents would be "reasonable" to start with then deregulation in the sector would mean it would be cheaper getting a mortgage and the whole thing starts again...its the tory way.

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ri Alban
Posted (edited)

I've never really got the owning property is good thing. As a Renter I can move whenever I want.

My life insurance will take care of my wife and weans.

 

 

Right to buy is biggest scandal to ever hit these shores. An attack on Councils, Unions and there are no mass apprenticeships anymore, leaving very little people with trade skills. And it helped Maggie's pals drive up the cost of rent.

Edited by ri Alban

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manaliveits105

7 day suspension - its hardly a Natalie McGarry scandal 

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Pans Jambo
3 hours ago, ri Alban said:

Right to buy is biggest scandal to ever hit these shores. An attack on Councils, Unions and there are no mass apprenticeships anymore, leaving very little people with trade skills. And it helped Maggie's pals drive up the cost of rent.

This is the real answer here.

 

I bought an ex-council house in 1993 so I benefited briefly (before I got divorced and left it to to the first Mrs PJ) but I seen the difficulty after I moved out of that house and I couldn't get a social home to rent. Back into my parent house for almost a year whilst I saved up for a deposit and a ridiculous monthly mortgage payment. So I have seen both sides of the argument.

 

Huge deposits to buy ridiculously expensive "starter" homes versus massive private rents...or stay with your parents. Some choice our young folks face nowadays.

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East Lothian Jambo
1 hour ago, manaliveits105 said:

7 day suspension - its hardly a Natalie McGarry scandal 

McGarry will be found not guilty at Retrial 

 

Nap 

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Cade

It may have been Maggie that began the decimation of social housing stocks and the growth of the rental trap cycle but Labour did nothing to stop it over their 13 years in power.

If anything they made it worse.

Houses have become cash generators instead of family homes and millions of people are only one landlord's letter away from eviction.

Rents are now more expensive than monthly mortgage payments  but renters can't save up enough for a deposit due to their rents being so high.

Added to that, house prices are shoved upwards all the time due to housing being such a cash-cow; it's disgusting to see estate agents listing the "yield" as part of the property prospectus.

This further lifts housing out of reach for huge swathes of the renting population.

It's a national scandal and both parties are to blame for the situation.

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Spitonastranger
18 hours ago, Nucky Thompson said:

Are you still sore that Maggie shut down the mines :lol:

Take it you don't keep up to date with Politics including the misery and death the tory government has caused. Cognitive dissonance on your part i think.  

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Ainsley Harriott
5 hours ago, ri Alban said:

I've never really got the owning property is good thing. As a Renter I can move whenever I want.

My life insurance will take care of my wife and weans.

 

 

Right to buy is biggest scandal to ever hit these shores. An attack on Councils, Unions and there are no mass apprenticeships anymore, leaving very little people with trade skills. And it helped Maggie's pals drive up the cost of rent.

Right to buy allowed lots of working class people to leave a nest egg for their kids as well as retire comfortably. When most people pay off their mortgage it's a decent step towards stopping work or cutting back their hours. 

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manaliveits105
18 hours ago, Nucky Thompson said:

Are you still sore that Maggie shut down the mines :lol:

It was Scargills fault :greggy:

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Weakened Offender
On 05/03/2020 at 21:11, Dawnrazor said:

Dawn Butler

 

 

Richard Madeley

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