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P-R-I-C-E-L-E-S-S!

 

They are sponsoring us next season.

 

'Great tackle there Mullings... ooooooh you think so ;) '

 

'Pull off their centre-forward!'

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My father was a Methodist. My mother was a spiritualist. That makes me a Methylated spirit.

It might be an idea to scrap all religious education in schools, and take faith schools into local authority control. IMO its wrong to indoctrinate impressionable youngsters with religious, or politic

Ed Balls = odious backstabbing ar$e. So yes, a likely leader.

What a difference between Miliband and David Cameron's Party Conference speeches, Manchester and Birmingham might be fairly close in terms of mileage however the speeches were World's apart to put it mildly weren't they. Miliband's was laughable and he droned on for 65 minutes, it seemed like 65 years, without offering anything whatsoever, Cameron's on the other hand was brilliant, well thought through and superbly delivered and when his stunning wife Sam Cam came on stage at the end that was just the icing on the cake.

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Both will promise you the world on a platter, Rhodes.

 

Sad fact is that unless they do a Ronseal, and do what it says on the tin, then nothing will change.

 

Politicians are, inevitably, controlled by their puppet-masters and think-tanks.

 

Unless people start to vote for other parties, like UKIP, Greens, Independents, Communists, Monster Raving Loonies, then you will always have the Labour v Conservative battle for power. It's like it is in the USA - two parties with none of the others having a chance.

 

People need to wake up and smell the coffee - NEITHER Labour nor Conservative is the answer. Whichever one gets into power post 2015, things will only get worse. The Tories will cut and cut, and prices will rise and rise. Labour will spend and spend and then not bother to pick up the tab when we double-dip again. After what Labour did last time they were in power (taxing pension pots, selling off gold bars like they were candy and signing us up to expensive contracts in their last days of power totally Bertie Smallsing the Tories) I would ban them. They're worse than the BNP in some respects, IMHO. At least with the BNP you know what you will get (and no, I would never want Nasty Nick and co. running the country!)

 

Rant over, NURSE!!!!!!!

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Both will promise you the world on a platter, Rhodes.

 

Sad fact is that unless they do a Ronseal, and do what it says on the tin, then nothing will change.

 

Politicians are, inevitably, controlled by their puppet-masters and think-tanks.

 

Unless people start to vote for other parties, like UKIP, Greens, Independents, Communists, Monster Raving Loonies, then you will always have the Labour v Conservative battle for power. It's like it is in the USA - two parties with none of the others having a chance.

 

People need to wake up and smell the coffee - NEITHER Labour nor Conservative is the answer. Whichever one gets into power post 2015, things will only get worse. The Tories will cut and cut, and prices will rise and rise. Labour will spend and spend and then not bother to pick up the tab when we double-dip again. After what Labour did last time they were in power (taxing pension pots, selling off gold bars like they were candy and signing us up to expensive contracts in their last days of power totally Bertie Smallsing the Tories) I would ban them. They're worse than the BNP in some respects, IMHO. At least with the BNP you know what you will get (and no, I would never want Nasty Nick and co. running the country!)

 

Rant over, NURSE!!!!!!!

 

Have you ever considered emigrating Adam?

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I will do if Labour win the next election, Alan.

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I think the Mayor has a point - There is a stagnation of politics in this country with both main parties just aiming their policies at the center-right to try to win the key marginals and both promising policies that neither can deliver (The Liberal Democrats have done that for a long time knowing they'll never get into power, that's why their popularity has suffered recently). No wonder people are turning off politics.

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Lol John, that is P-R-I-C-E-L-E-S-S.

 

It has been suggested that if UKIP and the BNP merged, and the racist elements removed, there would be a strong right-wing party who would challenge the Labour and Conservative parties.

 

Failing that, give the PM job to Sir Richard Branson.

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Lol John, that is P-R-I-C-E-L-E-S-S.

 

It has been suggested that if UKIP and the BNP merged, and the racist elements removed, there would be a strong right-wing party who would challenge the Labour and Conservative parties.

 

Failing that, give the PM job to Sir Richard Branson.

 

I'm starting to believe in reincarnation, welcome back Screaming Lord Such.

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Lol John, that is P-R-I-C-E-L-E-S-S.

 

It has been suggested that if UKIP and the BNP merged, and the racist elements removed, there would be a strong right-wing party who would challenge the Labour and Conservative parties.

 

Failing that, give the PM job to Sir Richard Branson.

 

HMG wouldn't let Sir Richard run the lottery.

 

Then they tried to rip his rail-line (West Coast) from him. (AND they b@lls that up, big-time !)

 

Hardly likely they countenance the possibility of him entering government. Wouldn't be a bd idea, though !

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I see Ed Milliband gave Cameron a good pasting today. Not hard is it when the Energy Secretary and an the Energy minister have got their hymn sheets mixed up, Hezza has gone off the reservation and the party whips can't get all their MP's moving into one line!

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To be fair, the Energy minister has a point with those bloody turbines.

 

Dale 'Mad Hippy' Vince wants to stick 400 up on the Malvern Hills, and has threatened Worcester Council with action via the EU courts if he can't get his way.

 

The fact that they are protected and an SSSI means nothing to him. Wish somebody would stick a few newts to the turbines - they'd soon be removed!

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To be fair, the Energy minister has a point with those bloody turbines.

 

Dale 'Mad Hippy' Vince wants to stick 400 up on the Malvern Hills, and has threatened Worcester Council with action via the EU courts if he can't get his way.

 

The fact that they are protected and an SSSI means nothing to him. Wish somebody would stick a few newts to the turbines - they'd soon be removed!

 

Think I would prefer wind turbines to a nuclear power plant on my doorstep.

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There's one down the road from me - called Berkeley.

 

Not used at the moment, and no I wouldn't panic if it ever were brought back into full operation. In fact i'd welcome it - cheaper fuel and happy days...

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There's one down the road from me - called Berkeley.

 

Not used at the moment, and no I wouldn't panic if it ever were brought back into full operation. In fact i'd welcome it - cheaper fuel and happy days...

 

There's been more than enough incidents and contamination problems to suggest the nuclear option is not the safest one. To support an as yet not fully understood process that is capable of not only killing hundreds of thousands of lives, an increased risk of having a cancer related illness, and also above average birth defect rates of babies born close to a nuclear plant, and all so people like you can enjoy the benefits of cheaper fuel is a little unchristian, don't you think?

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I suppose that we can all quote Chernobyl as a reason why not to go Nuclear, but even the Communists at the time said that it had been badly maintained. That would not be allowed here.

 

Our Euro chums in France are pressing ahead with Nuclear power, so why can't we? They'd give people skilled jobs and they'd drive down our energy costs. Do you really want to pay through the nose for your heating/electric in the future? I for one do not, I already give more than enough to the t*ssers who ruin err run this country.

 

Hydrogen Power is something we should be looking at - if it can be stabalised it can be cheaper than Nuclear and we'd also be producing our own energy and could export it as well instead of having to rely on imports all the time which severely weaken us. Do you really want to be at the mercy of the Russian oilgarchs in the future? That too is also unchristian.

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I see Ed Milliband gave Cameron a good pasting today. Not hard is it when the Energy Secretary and an the Energy minister have got their hymn sheets mixed up, Hezza has gone off the reservation and the party whips can't get all their MP's moving into one line!

Loosely - That's laughable as the exact opposite is true, Cameron took Miliband to the cleaners yesterday as he does week in week out at Prime Minister's Questions:

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/audio/2012/oct/31/pmqs-houseofcommons

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I thought Britains next Prime Minister made a rather brilliant speech today.

 

So what did Nigel say then?  Been out all day, and would hate to have missed anything important.

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Now then, now then Alan!

 

A bit naughty of Labour to steal UKIP's colours for their 'One Nation' flag as well.  Oh well, what can you expect from a spent farce err force.

 

This is the same guy (Ed Milliband) who thinks that Mark Drakeford, who is to Welsh Hospitals what Doctor Beeching was to the railways, is a genius.  Kill off the morons who vote for you - now that's an election winner for sure.

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I thought Britains next Prime Minister made a rather brilliant speech today.

I take it the above comment is very much tongue in cheek, it was a laughable speech that had me shaking my head in disbelief

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