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Boris & Rishi - Fined for Partying

Started by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Now we know two things.

1. The reason why Rishi Sunak moved his stuff out of Downing Street.
2. Rishi Sunak will not be the next Prime Minster

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-61083402

Started: 12th Apr 2022 at 13:59

Posted by: PeterP (9470)

If they get fined a couple of hundred quid each it is like me being fined 20 pence. Its just lip service and now its to late, It does not help those who had to abide by the law and could not see their loved ones in hospitals or at funerals

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 14:13

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

PeterP

I agree, and how do you feel about Rishi resigning, but teflon Boris, carrying on as normal ?

Just announced that Carrie has received a fine too.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 14:21

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

Don't do as we do- do as we say,
you unworthy underlings


You really must learn your place!

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 14:21

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

I don't think that it was a class war thing, I think it was just a stupid thing to do, and according to John Major, Tony Blair, David Cameron and Theresa May, they never had a party in Downing Street, because it is a place of work, and it operates 24 hours a day, year round, as the centre of government, and it is linked by corridors to other government buildings, and by tunnels to who knows where.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 14:28
Last edited by Tommy Two Stroke: 12th Apr 2022 at 14:29:26

Posted by: AngelWood (764)

They are idiots.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 14:33

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Yep

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 14:35

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

I bet he doesn't invite me to any of his future work events.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 14:49

Posted by: bluesfan (1636)

Get ready for the apologists who will defend the indefensible

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 14:58

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

Read the letter that his tutor at Eton wrote to his parents.

It is online, and verified by both sender and Boris's family as genuine.

Basically, Boris does not believe that he should be held to account in the way all others might be. His intentions in this respect are even written into the manifesto on which he was elected.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 15:03

Posted by: whups (8747) 

1 law for them & 1 law for us .

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 15:10

Posted by: Billinge Biker (1501) 

Give em enough rope and they will ALWAYS hang themselves.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 15:23

Posted by: Bruce Asher (24) 

Bruce Asher.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 15:23

Posted by: tomplum (9330) 

I can't They'd do that to our leader , Boris got us out of EU, Then he tamed the covid, He didn't impose 'tight' lockdowns like some did, he got us the vaccine and he looked after the elderly first, Now fining him for having a shindig and thanking his closest colleagues, Its almost like Fining Sir Winston churchill for smoking in the Bunkers,
Well done Boris I say and good luck in the next election when folks have forgot how great you are,

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 16:01

Posted by: fossil (7481)

Just another lie,and he misled Parliament,and disgraceful behaviour while the rest of the country stayed within the rules!
Nothing changes with this government,and what I can’t understand is why people still vote for them as Tories in the past haven’t behaved like this lot!
Sleaze and corruption is now the norm!!

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 16:06

Posted by: Platty (1478)

Fossil: sleave and corruption was in the room in multiples in Blair's time.

Anyway, Rishi Sunak has requested an investigation into the leak of his personal tax affairs.
I would like to see an investigation into the leak of these partygate offences.

This is not political, for those who want to point the finger, but, to me, it is all about the snivel service running the country. The Civil Service needs a bomb under it.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 16:10

Posted by: roylew (3608)

I honestly wish I voted to stay in Europe…worst mistake of my life

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 17:12

Posted by: gasmon (95)

Well said tomplum

Boris ain't perfect, but he's the best of a bad bunch.

Sunak is ex Goldman Sachs, a bankers puppet.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 17:47

Posted by: PeterP (9470)

Unions about to kick a fuss up because the powers that be want to get rid of 40,000 civil servants

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 17:55

Posted by: surfer_tom (73)

What about the record number of deaths Tp,what about the older people who were were locked in the care homes who couldn't see there family's you have a short memory and what about the hospital you were not allowed in,a also the funerals you could not attend get real

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 18:55

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Is it a resigning matter, though ?

It was only a cake and a drink on his birthday.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 19:13

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

Perhaps the repeated lying about it matters more than the actual breach.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 19:14

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

And perhaps it is more of the fact that he got 'catched' lying, because they all lie.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 19:26

Posted by: Platty (1478)

Blair should have resigned over the WMD lie that led to thousands, if not millions, killed, Dr Kelly;s death, etc. That was far, far worse than this.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 19:36

Posted by: Billinge Biker (1501) 

Correct Platty.... But the fine fellow has gone on to make millions... Like his bent missus.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 19:53

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

YouGov poll just cited on TV news


57% say he should resign

75% say he lied

He isn't going to resign, and it is going to be seen as not desirable to destabilise leadership whilst Ukraine crisis continues.

The issue is going to be what bearing this has upon his continuing performance in office.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 20:02

Posted by: tonker (25468) 

surfer_tom said, "What about the record number of deaths"

What 'record number of deaths'? and when?

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 20:07

Posted by: Platty (1478)

BB: Just before the Human Rights Act was enacted, Cheire opend Matrix Chambers which specialised in...... Human Rights Law.
Now if that wasn't a conflict of interest I don't know what is.

The pair of them are disgusting, they have made millions out of the taxpayer. And still we pour £thousands+ into the Tony Blair Think Tank.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 20:08

Posted by: Platty (1478)

Just read that whups friend Putin says he would prefer to deal with Starmer.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 20:12

Posted by: sonlyme (3174)

I've a dog that can tie Starmer in knots.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 20:43

Posted by: tomplum (9330) 

Record number of deaths was not boris's fault, He did not invent covid, he dealt with it as best as any other leader did, If Starmer or Burnham was in charge, A lot more would have died IMHO,
We enjoyed a freedom to walk, cycle and shop for essentials, many people took liberties and pushed the boundaries, Not just the privileged , If anyone deserved a private party, It was Boris,

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 21:06

Posted by: tonker (25468) 

There was no record number of deaths. And Brexit was orchestrated by the Chinese!

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 22:17

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

Do you think maybe Boris is trying to get into The Guinness Record Book for being booted from job for lying more than has anyone else.

Replied: 12th Apr 2022 at 23:33

Posted by: tonker (25468) 

I once had my penis in the Guiness World Records Book. The librarian told me to take it out !

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 00:09

Posted by: whups (8747) 

wot is it with you 1stroke your trying to absolve these 2 of breaking THEIR own law . do you realise how many deaths are attributed to this virus & how many loved ones have died as a result of it . is it a resigning matter ,yes it is for both . they broke the law & opitomise the "one law for them & 1 law for us" & dont forget his father broke this sons rule on several occasions .not to mention dominis cummins.

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 00:15

Posted by: Owd Codger (951)

How on earth can anybody blame the present government for the number of deaths in our country as a result of a world wild pandemic when we do not know if the figures would have been better or worse under a different government.

Same old story, the party of the day gets all the flak while the opposing party do nothing only criticise and moan about the other party, but never say, we would have done things better and different.

The question is, Which party are the biggest critics and moaners when in opposition?




Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 00:53
Last edited by Owd Codger: 13th Apr 2022 at 09:00:42

Posted by: surfer_tom (73)

How many lies does this guy have to tell ,he's lied time and again money for nhs ,who paid for his flat to be decorated,the sleeze tried to change the law to stop his mates to be suspended could go on .he is taking some on here for fools

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 09:54

Posted by: riocaroni (341)

You can't blame Boris ror the deaths? In new Zealand they locked down the country straight away, there were still flights coming into the uk six months after lockdown. New Zealand has had about 50 deaths due to covid we have had 150,000. I know who I'd blame!

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 10:19

Posted by: whups (8747) 

yes you can & it,s been highlighted on how slow they were to react & cost thousands of lives . get real .same old story for you owd codger looking to blame someone else for the mishandlings of a lying corupt self-serving bunch of hypocrites who flout their own laws & expect the rest of us to obey them . do any of you who bum-up this present government think they have "led by example" & wot do you say to me & others on here who has lost familiy menbers,one who was just 42 . that,s wot being in opposition is all about to have a go at this lot when they are WRONG . is that plain enough for you owd codger (the renowned labour hater ) .

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 11:04
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Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

On about the Tories being slow to bring in the firs lock-down, and therefore costing lives, it is now being said that having a total lock-down was unnecessary, a lot of businesses could have remained open, and I know that is with the benefit of hindsight, and we are now free of all Covid restrictions in this country, and the post end of restrictions surge in cases, which was expected, and which happened, is now decreasing on its own, without the help of restrictions, so the UK seems to have done it right, but China, where the damn thing originated from, is still locking down cities, Shanghai is locked down, and the Shanghai's are not happy about it.

But I don't think that having a cake and a drink at work, is a resigning matter, a bollocking matter yes, but not a resigning matter.

Tony Blair, Labour Tony Blair, Whupsy, that Labour Prime Minster, he sanctioned the UK taking part in an illegal war in Iraq, on the basis of a dodgy dossier, saying that there were Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq, which could be deployed at short notices, and he didn't resign for doing that did he Whupsy, and yoo are saying that a man should resign for having a slice of cake.

Come on Whupsy, get real

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 13:18

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (4923) 

NO TTS ... " It's not a matter of cake and a drink on his birthday""
Does it not bother you people on here ?
Does INTEGRITY ,HONESTY, TRUTH , LYING,
He is guilty of all these ,how many times has he been at the speaker desk in the house of common's ,and said he did not do these thing's he was accused of ??? HOW many time 's on tv when asked the same question's has he openly LIED??? This is the guy who drew up all the rule's wasn't he ??? ALONG with his sidekick SUNAKI ???? The LYING BILLIONAIRE ????
Also has for someone on here saying" HE /THEY are the best of a bad bunch """" SO DOES THAT MEAN WE HAVE TO PUT WITH LYING .CHEATING BARSTEWARDS JUSY BAFFLE'S ME HAS TO HOW COMPLACENT THE BRITISH PEOPLE HAVE BECOME , just hurry up the
REVOLUTION .............GB

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 15:11

Posted by: whups (8747) 

you get real pillock . have you lost any family members like me . you forget it was 650 mp,s that voted for that war & most of them torys .being lied to by an american president doesnt come into your kind of thinking does it 1stroke & you shud be dam well be ashamed of yourself for bumming up this government who have lied ,broke their own law , wrote off billions of quid so tory doners & sunaks wife wont have to pay it back & lets not forget the russian money they took . you owe an apology to people on here who has lost family members due to this lot .

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 15:24

Posted by: tonker (25468) 

They've been fined £100 each but only paid £50 each as they've had a 50% discount for paying in full within 14 days.

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 18:15

Posted by: gaffer (7155) 

Baroness Scotland was fined £5000 for hiring an illegal worker when she was the government’s chief legal adviser. Gordon Brown said no further action was needed.

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 20:39
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Posted by: AngelWood (764)

Some Boris look a like has said Nurses and Teachers had drinks parties after work. Not on my watch they didn't, they worked their socks off in dire circumstances from March 2020 onward.

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 23:40

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

It was Michael Fabricant

Replied: 13th Apr 2022 at 23:50

Posted by: AngelWood (764)

Fabricant by name and by nature.

Replied: 14th Apr 2022 at 00:04

Posted by: broady (18283) 

I saw that person. What an R. Sole he looks.

Replied: 14th Apr 2022 at 00:07

Posted by: whups (8747) 

it did,nt cost lives tho did it gaffer & tell us how much gordon brown make now ? . so do you think johnson & sunak have not lied several times to parliament & led this country "by example" & not forgeting dominic cummins too ? .do you think that the people who has lost family members shud,nt call for both resignations ? . do you think the people of this country shud turn a blind eye to their partying & breaking their own law , oh & why were at it lets not forget johnson,s father who also broke the law ? .

Replied: 14th Apr 2022 at 00:09

Posted by: Owd Codger (951)

Anyone would think that Labour Politicians at both National and Local level were a bunch of angels who never feathered their own nests and indulged in lying.

Both as bad as each other as events have shown over the years.

Do some of you never think why less people are voting compared with years ago!






Replied: 14th Apr 2022 at 00:28

Posted by: whups (8747) 

like you , you mean . no one ever said that apart from you .do you think this government have led by example laughing boy ? .

Replied: 14th Apr 2022 at 01:32
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Posted by: Owd Codger (951)

Blair Yesterday, Sunak Today, Who Tomorrow ?

No matter which party is in power in Parliament or Town Hall, there will be another!

Replied: 14th Apr 2022 at 06:49
Last edited by Owd Codger: 14th Apr 2022 at 07:13:25

Posted by: Owd Codger (951)

Whups

Everyone is entitled to express an opinion and if the opinion does not suit your agenda, there is no need to to be person, unfunny or sarcastic in reply.

I do not agreed with some of the comments on here, but I have the decency to respect what others have to say without being sarcastic or making unfunny comments.

We get enough of the latter from many of the so called comedians on television these days.

Replied: 14th Apr 2022 at 08:43

Posted by: whups (8747) 

your opinion seems only 1 way .so i,ll ask again , do you think this government has led this country by example ? . the reason why there,s less people voting is quite simple ,the torys have made it difficult for people to vote by putting in legislation so you have to apply instead of getting a voting card thru your door & they know a tory always vote .another thing it,s no use keep banging on about things in the past because it,s not where your coming from but where your going to ? .

Replied: 14th Apr 2022 at 11:40
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Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Fancy a Pint


Replied: 14th Apr 2022 at 18:34

Posted by: whups (8747) 

maybe johnson & sunak are hiding in there .

Replied: 14th Apr 2022 at 23:52

Posted by: Owd Codger (951)

Whups

To get a card giving you the right to vote at a polling station or send in your vote by post is obtained by filling in the election registration form delivered to a property.

But the problem is that many will not fill in the form with the result that a representative of a Council has to go the property and try to get people to sign the form which is supposed to be mandatory to return, but in many cases is never signed while many only sign the form because it is put across to them that if they do not, their credit rating will be affected or they can never be contacted at the address on the form.

The majority of voting registration forms are filled, but many do not vote because of a number of reasons including for example for example, having the belief that politicians are only in it for themselves, only for the credit rating, only interested in their own living or just simply not being interested in politics and voting.

In spite of the population forever going up, percentage wise, less people are voting than in the past, especially in local elections.

It would be no different if Labour or the Liberal Democrats were in power.

Replied: 15th Apr 2022 at 00:48
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Posted by: Owd Codger (951)

Tommy Two Stroke

Is it Boris on the pub sign or the disgraced television presenter Stuart Hall?

Replied: 15th Apr 2022 at 00:51

Posted by: whups (8747) 

there,s not much between them.

Replied: 15th Apr 2022 at 01:35

Posted by: PeterP (9470)

Lets put their fines in context £50 for having a party Woman in Manchester feeds crumbs to the birds gets fined £150 for littering

Replied: 15th Apr 2022 at 08:06

Posted by: whups (8747) 

yet another dodgy deal by sunak & his wifes firm of a £650+k loan given by sunak of our money ?.

Replied: 15th Apr 2022 at 11:13

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Whupsy

Like I have said, and that is that in my opinion, eating a piece of cake, and having a drink on his birthday, is NOT a reason for the Prime Minster of this country to resign, even if he is a Tory

Replied: 15th Apr 2022 at 11:19

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

And, "eating a piece of cake, and having a drink on his birthday, is NOT " the offence for which he has been fined, is it!

Are you a sex offender tommy?

They characteristically minimise offending behaviours, and try to see them reimagined as trivial and normal.

Replied: 15th Apr 2022 at 11:36
Last edited by ena malcup: 15th Apr 2022 at 11:42:20

Posted by: whups (8747) 

if you cant see they are breaking their own law then you are just turning a blind eye to it 1stroke & disrespecting all those on here who have lost family members with this virus . you are shameless .

Replied: 15th Apr 2022 at 12:10

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

This has just been announced LINK

I wonder if our biased towards the left media will be all over this story today ?

Replied: 12th May 2022 at 10:59

Posted by: Platty (1478)

TTS: Yes, isn't it nice to see the police doing something really useful instead of catching real criminals red handed (ha, ha, ha) or ungluing grannies from desks in Council offices, or moving idiot extinction protestors out of the way of law abiding citizens.

Replied: 12th May 2022 at 11:05

Posted by: whups (8747) 

that,s if there,s enough police to do it or have you forgot that this lot got rid of thousands ?

Replied: 12th May 2022 at 11:33

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Platty

Yesterday in Finland, one of the British journalists asked Boris if he was going to help people pay for the sky high energy prices, which we have at the moment, and I thought that was the first proper question a journalist has asked Boris in a very long time, because normally they just ask him if he is resigning, for eating a piece of cake and having a drink, and I am sure the police do have better things to do, other than investigate lock down breaches.

Replied: 12th May 2022 at 11:36

Posted by: whups (8747) 

now sunak is threatening the oils giants with a windfall tax ? . i,ll be stunned if that happens .

Replied: 12th May 2022 at 12:07

Posted by: Platty (1478)

TTS: That was Nick Ferrari and I thought it was a reasonable question and the answer was good too.
It would have been different if Doomsburg had been there.

Replied: 12th May 2022 at 12:43

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Is it just me, but I am so sick of hearing about these bloody parties, I thought that when Kier Starmer was also found to have broken the rules, then this boring, tedious, mind numbing affair, would have been over with, but no, the BBC and other media organisations, just will not let it die

Replied: 24th May 2022 at 14:00

Posted by: whups (8747) 

when you realise that they broke their own laws & people toe,d the line they set & lost loved ones while they turned 10 ,downing st into studio 54 .then you may have some sympathy for those who arnt sick of johnson & sunak & the rest seeing they broke rules especially when they lost family 1stroke . the media is quite right not to let it die because there,s over 200,000 died as a result of this virus and pillocks like johnson & sunak shud resign for misleading parliament & the country . oh & by the way kier starmer has,nt broke any rules .have you lost any family members to this virus 1stroke ?

Replied: 24th May 2022 at 14:33

Posted by: First Mate (779)

What about all the thousands who were out demonstrating about lock down. Were all those people fined?

Replied: 24th May 2022 at 14:42

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Whupsy

No, as far as I know, none of my family have died because of Covid, but some of them are distant, so I cannot be sure.

As regards to what Boris did, yes he broke the rules, and he has been punished for it, so why keep harping on about it, I am more concerned about how Boris is going to reduce my energy bills, and that is what the media should be pushing Boris and the Tories about, he said yesterday, that he was "not attracted intrinsically to new taxes" i.e. no Windfall Tax, would it not be better for the media to savage him for saying that, instead of the headlines showing pictures of him raising a glass to someone who was leaving Number 10.

It is just so boring.

Replied: 24th May 2022 at 14:56

Posted by: basil brush (18430)

I didn't get fined

Replied: 24th May 2022 at 15:44

Posted by: whups (8747) 

they have a democratic right to demonstrate . 1 stroke iv,e lost 3 family members to covid the last 1 was my cousins wife at 42 who lived around 50 yards from me . . so pardon me if i keep banging on about it .that fine was so insignificant to him it isnt worth mentioning & lets not forget the new claims of which he,s liable of misleading parliament .

Replied: 24th May 2022 at 17:28

Posted by: gaffer (7155) 

The scoop photo was published in the Daily Mail by reporter Paul Brand. His husband is the deputy director of the Cabinet Office. He received a fixed penalty notice for being present at one of the parties.

Replied: 24th May 2022 at 21:00

Posted by: gaffer (7155) 

The scoop photo was published in the Daily Mail by reporter Paul Brand. His husband is the deputy director of the Cabinet Office. He received a fixed penalty notice for being present at one of the parties.

Replied: 24th May 2022 at 21:02

Posted by: First Mate (779)

Insider info?

Replied: 24th May 2022 at 21:32

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Replied: 29th May 2022 at 18:06

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Boris is to face a no confidence vote tonight, from his own party, and all because of a piece of cake and a drink

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 15:31

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

Now, now, you know that is not true!

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 15:56

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Ena

Don't be giving me that thing about personal integrity, and misleading parliament, because having those qualities, of deviousness and deception, along with an expertise in lying, and being able to speak for half an hour, without actually saying anything at all, they are all qualities of which a successful politician, has possession of

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 16:37

Posted by: whups (8747) 

it,s far more than a piece of cake & a drink & you know it 1stroke just like your misleading people on these boards he mislead parliament & turned no-10 into studio 54 . he,s by far the worst PM this country has ever had . wot do you say to those who played by their rules & lost loved ones 1stroke ? .

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 16:50

Posted by: Domin0 (339)

I expect Boris to still be in charge after the vote.

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 17:02

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

His own Ethics Tsar today resigned. Our system demands we treat leaders as honourable, and should they fail to be so, they resign. In defying this convention of our unwritten constitution Boj, undermines the principles of our system of government.

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 17:03

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

I expect he will survive the vote.

He has also undermined The Electoral Commission, has indicated his desire to neuter the Law Courts, The Speaker, the House of lords, The Opposition and The House of Commons: anything that might impose accountability upon him.

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 17:20

Posted by: gaffer (7155) 

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 17:58

Posted by: fossil (7481)

Absolutely spot on Ena Malcup,he will survive the vote, but for how long.
The Sue Grey report concluded that there was a lack of integrity and leadership in Downing St, and that points the finger at Johnson and not the minions he has sacked.
A bit rich of tts, after accusing me quite wrongly of telling fibs, that he supports the serial liar, and philanderer that is our prime minister.
Just another brexiteer clutching at straws, at the disastrous consequences of it.

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 18:22

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Owd on a minute Fossil.

I am not a Boris supporter.
I am not a Kier supporter.
I am definitely not a supporter of that pillock who leads the LibDems.

If Kier gets slapped with a fine for having that pie and beer, I don't think that he should resign, because I don't think that it is a resigning matter.

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 19:14

Posted by: fossil (7481)

tts,it's not because it was a piece of cake and a drink that brought a vote of no confidence by his OWN party,it's his lying, and incident after incident unbecoming their leader,and no doubt he will carry on in just the same way.
Whatever Starmer does is up to him and I am not really interested in your opinion on that as yet,but if you compare the Durham incident with the serial party culture at Downing st ,it doesn't seem to compare to be honest.

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 19:28

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Fossil

It was Dominic Cummins who was in bother over Durham.

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 20:10

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

tts said,

"I am not a Boris supporter."

I bet Boris would give his eye teeth for a cadre of 'not-supporters' who would defend him with half as much fervour.

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 20:22

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

No, No, No

I am politically nootral

I say what I think is reet, but in a none politically biased way

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 20:30

Posted by: fossil (7481)

TTS you know perfectly well that Durham police are investigating Starmer!
Grow up!

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 21:37

Posted by: whups (8747) 

your not politicaly neutral . did,nt you support farrage & ukip .

Replied: 6th Jun 2022 at 23:58

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Yes I did in 2014 (local) 2015 (general) elections, and of course for Brexit in 2016

I was politically aligned for the time it took to put my X in the box, on the voting slip in the polling booth, the rest of the time before and after, I float above the politics, taking in all and asunder, and making the decision which candidate to vote for, and Whupsy I think yoo maybe getting mixed up with someone who is None Political, or Apolitical, those people do not participate in anything to do with politics, they do not think about it, and they don't vote in it.

Replied: 7th Jun 2022 at 12:22

Posted by: ena malcup (1451) 

“O, wad some Power the giftie gie us
To see oursels as others see us!"

Replied: 7th Jun 2022 at 12:50

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10089)

Wot-Eva

Replied: 7th Jun 2022 at 13:49

 

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