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Spelly
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So Matt (I poohed on my family, and broke my own lockdown laws) Hancock is to appear in "I used to be a celebrity, and need some publicity" eh?

I know he's (through his own fault) now only a mere back bencher, but......

This joke of an administration that masquerades as a government, reaches yet new depths!

I shudder to think what's still round the corner! 

Spelly.

 

 

 

 

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Topic starter Posted : 02/11/2022 7:32 pm
gpo1971
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What's around the corner is austerity v2, inflation at 15%, hundreds of pounds on people's mortgages every month, food banks, poverty and homelessness and a government throwing petrol on the flames. If Matt Hancock is happy to show off on telly despite being complicit in the deaths of thousands of people, that tells you a story about Matt Hancock.

These c**** don't care. They don't even acknowledge that this is their fault. They're acting like a new Government, not a 12 year deep administration.

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Posted : 04/11/2022 11:16 pm
Spelly
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And we thought we had problems! 

Gavin Williamson the latest of Rishi's Rabble to allegedly act improperly, but...........

Our cousins across the Pond may well have a certain Mr Trump on the presidential ballot paper in two years' time!

Why should the World tremble?

Spelly.

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Topic starter Posted : 08/11/2022 5:22 pm
Former Chemic
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Another one bites the dust

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Posted : 08/11/2022 9:36 pm
Spelly
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So what do you reckon Jeremy Hunt has for us on Thursday?

I've no doubt it's gonna be painful for a lot, but..............

Even though Truss the Terrible said she was committed to the Triple Lock, I'm not (by a long way) holding my breath that the Chancellor has similar ideas, and I'll get summat like a 10% rise in my meagre pension come April.

Spelly.

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Topic starter Posted : 15/11/2022 7:32 pm
gpo1971
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Obviously, I hope benefits and pensions are raised in line with inflation, of course I do. But it seems to be, where workers ask for same grace, they are branded greedy. I work in the public sector and my raise was 1.25% last year and 4.75% (or thereabouts) this year. Therefore, I am worse off again. In real terms, I'm still at about 2008 in terms of take-home pay, and we all know what has happened to my bills during that time.

I can't understand why the Government can't tax big corps, apply a really effective windfall text, close tax loopholes and up the tax bracket for the highest earners before they steal more money from middle-of-the-road earners such as myself. But then, they're Tories, this is what they do.

Luckily, they'll be out in 2 years, I just hope Starmer has the bollox to be an effective Labour PM and not continue this inequality.

Worth mentioning as well, George (Useless) Eustace has now joined the ranks of those attacking Brexit and the deals that were done. Luckily, social media reminds of what these snakes have done in the past. But, as more and more former Brexit advocates turn their back on it, I wonder where we go. An EU re-entry referendum in the next 10 years? You can tell Sunak wants to be in the common market at least.

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Posted : 15/11/2022 8:37 pm
Spelly
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Triple lock remains, meaning I get a 10.1% increase come April, but...............

The latest inflation figure is 11.1%, so................

Whilst grateful for small mercies, I won't even be retaining the status quo, and........

I fully appreciate that the majority salaried people will not be receiving any where near a double figure digit rise!

Spelly.

 

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Topic starter Posted : 17/11/2022 3:58 pm
gpo1971
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I seem to be worse off every time someone makes a speech in Parliament, I wish they'd all Foxtrot Oscar.

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Posted : 18/11/2022 12:14 pm
Spelly
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Posted by: @gpo1971

I seem to be worse off every time someone makes a speech in Parliament, I wish they'd all Foxtrot Oscar.

 

Top post mate!

 

Spelly.

 

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Topic starter Posted : 18/11/2022 5:44 pm
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gpo1971
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Anyone see the Braverman committee meeting? Embarrassing. How can you hold down a ministerial role while obviously knowing so little about the detail? She's massively out of her depth.

There's another Brexit civil war coming. The PM and CEX know quite well the economy would be much better placed inside the common market than outside of it but it's never going to happen. Will never go away this.

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Posted : 24/11/2022 8:10 am
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