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The Sue Gray Report
at 11:53 20 Jan 2022

So what do we think? Will it bury Johnson or allow him to wriggle off the hook? My thinking is it will be the latter. It will be vague enough to allow him to pin the blame on a few of the people who he joined the work do/party to thank for their hard work. They will be thrown under the bus to save Johnson’s career. No bad thing really (although not great for the country or for the scapegoats). The longer he stays in post now the more the anger will fester and, hopefully, the stronger the opposition will become. More and more people who have been in denial about him and his behaviour are now seeing him for what he is - another Trump with an over inflated ego and no self awareness or care for the people he is paid to represent. It is all about Boris. What a total plum this bloke is. He would rather cling on embarrassingly to power than let someone with a semblance of competence take over and help us navigate out of this mess.
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Alpha Men Assemble
at 10:00 18 Jan 2022

Worrying! Apparently some of these fruit cakes have been removing covid patients from hospital.

https://amp.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/jan/15/concern-for-uk-security-as-anti-

https://metro.co.uk/2022/01/10/anti-vax-group-alpha-male-assemble-threatens-to-w
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Stephen Port
at 11:41 6 Jan 2022

Fascinating drama series on the BBC this week about the Barking murders with a documentary follow up last night. The Barking & Dagenham police made a right pigs ear of the investigation and probably could have saved 3 lives if they had dealt with the first murder properly. 9 officers were singled out for criticism but amazingly 5 of them went on to get promotion. Stephen Merchant played the part of Stephen Port very well.
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Brown trouser time for Prince Andrew?
at 12:18 31 Dec 2021

Good to see justice served with Maxwell’s conviction. There must be a number of people crapping themselves now in case she is prepared to spill the beans for a lighter sentence, our charming prince being one of them.
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Redders
at 14:36 6 Dec 2021

With all the doom and gloom over the Liverpool drubbing and two drawn games from winning positions I thought I would look for something positive and here he is - Nathan Redmond. He has looked more like his old self in the last few games, does an excellent job defensively and is providing the thrust lost by Stuey’s absence with more purposeful running going forward. Ralph talked about him carrying an injury last season but whatever the reason, it is good to see him playing at a higher level again.
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The Omicron Varient
at 13:04 28 Nov 2021

In the hope of a less conspiracy theory based discussion on this thread, although I was very critical about the government being slow to react to the initial outbreak, the sudden speed of activity seems very out of character and worrying. Whilst telling us that tests are ongoing, I do wonder why they are so concerned at this point. Do they know more than they are telling us?

(Oh no, I have just entered the conspiracy theory world myself!! 🤪😖😩)
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Harper’s Law
at 09:01 24 Nov 2021

Whilst I welcome mandatory life sentences for murder, I am not sure that just life sentences for killing emergency service workers is right. To paraphrase a recent slogan, surely all lives are equal. Nursing a member of the police or a nurse is just as bad as murdering a member of the public. 2 people were murdered the other day whilst their 2 young children slept upstairs, over a parking space row apparently! Shouldn’t their double murderer also face a potential life sentence too?
I appreciate that there are sometimes mitigating circumstances but all to often murderers are out within a relatively short time. Life sentences often don’t mean life. The whole thing needs to be reassessed. Whilst being a step in the right direction, all lives should carry the same value.
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Parliamentary Sleaze
at 10:38 8 Nov 2021

Whilst I don’t have a problem with lobbying per se (there are clearly benefits in many cases) I do draw the line at MPs on corporation payrolls or taking money to ask questions in the House or to forward a particular company’s interest. The rules do need to be changed and we need much more transparency about what is going on. MPs are public servants and get paid a good wage for doing their jobs. They should not be making money on the side thanks to their privileged position and be in someone’s pocket. Yes, it has gone on forever but we have seen more and more of it and now is the time for it to stop.
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Saints Under 23s
at 16:16 5 Nov 2021

Put 5 past Newcastle today including another for Small. Climbing up the league at last. Hopefully both teams have turned a corner now.
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Eddie Howe to Newcastle?
at 20:11 4 Nov 2021

Looks like he is about to be announced as Newcastle’s new manager on a 2.5 year contract. Can’t be right? We were told that he didn’t want to move and was holding out for the Saints job which would be his between now and Christmas! 🤔
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Covid booster jab side effects
at 17:55 4 Nov 2021

I know several people who have had a booster jab now and all of them have had side effects. These have ranged from headaches and swollen arms to the sh its. Anyone else had the third jab and have had some side effects?
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The Worst Cold Ever
at 17:26 2 Nov 2021

The worst cold ever seems to be doing the rounds at the moment. A few neighbours have had it and said it takes ages to clear and really knocks the stuffing out of you. One couple have both had it for 5 weeks and are just getting over it. They have tested negative for Covid several times but their doctor thinks now that is what they have got. Covid or not it seems to make sense to wear a mask in public places to help keep the spread of the usual winter bugs down to a minimum. Anybody here had it yet?
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Wolves 🤔
at 22:00 1 Nov 2021

7th tonight. How on Earth did that happen? Dreadful team.
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The Budget
at 22:11 24 Oct 2021

I have just seen the Chancellor tells us how important public services are and that he is going to spend money on them in this weeks budget. This is from the government who have spent the last decade cutting huge amounts on public service spending. Before we were told there was no Magic Money Tree. Now apparently there is a whole forest of them. Why on Earth does anybody have any trust in these people?
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