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Looks like Jeremy Hunt is going to be busy

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Found 11th Dec 2017
Ralph Little on twitter -
Ok @Jeremy_Hunt,

even though journalists, doctors, & the entirety of twitter thought

my thread was proof, you apparently don’t(?!) So, I’ve asked top legal

professional @John_Cooper_QC to advise me further. Speak soon...

And

independent.co.uk/new…tml
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davewave5 m ago

Oh. Will there be a march?



No, people will just post snarky comments on misc section of a deals website.

History shows thats how best demoracy works.

privatising the NHS is a brilliant idea.

What will we do with the 350 million a weekwe save from brexit??

Give it to Golf clubs??? I know you boys up at the club need better greens
Edited by: "joanddan7" 11th Dec 2017
davewave1 h, 5 m ago

Oh. Will there be a march?


You've wasted more energy typing variations on this comment over the years than a committed SJW who has been on several marches including kettling at times.
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Oh. Will there be a march?
davewave5 m ago

Oh. Will there be a march?



No, people will just post snarky comments on misc section of a deals website.

History shows thats how best demoracy works.

privatising the NHS is a brilliant idea.

What will we do with the 350 million a weekwe save from brexit??

Give it to Golf clubs??? I know you boys up at the club need better greens
Edited by: "joanddan7" 11th Dec 2017
Ahhhh, can't believe i clicked the link.
He's too busy plotting his inevitable (failure) leadership bid. No time to ruin the NHS anymore than he and his party already has.

Tory priorities:
Wriggling out of Brexit
Porn/Sexual harassment shenanigans coverup
Knife Sharpening
May's inevitable replacement

Nothing else matters it seems.
joanddan78 m ago

No, people will just post snarky comments on misc section of a deals …No, people will just post snarky comments on misc section of a deals website. History shows thats how best demoracy works.privatising the NHS is a brilliant idea. What will we do with the 350 million a weekwe save from brexit?? Give it to Golf clubs??? I know you boys up at the club need better greens


I don't play golf, do you?
Democracy isn't just up to Guardian readers even though they bawl and march each time a decision goes against them.
Is the NHS now privatised?
freakstyler2 m ago

He's too busy plotting his inevitable (failure) leadership bid. No time to …He's too busy plotting his inevitable (failure) leadership bid. No time to ruin the NHS anymore than he and his party already has.Tory priorities:Wriggling out of BrexitPorn/Sexual harassment shenanigans coverupKnife Sharpening May's inevitable replacement Nothing else matters it seems.


Where is Corbyn? Has he decided if we should leave Europe?
davewave3 m ago

Where is Corbyn? Has he decided if we should leave Europe?


Leave him alone while he is quiet - it's the season of goodwill don't you know!
davewave4 m ago

Where is Corbyn? Has he decided if we should leave Europe?


Nah, He's too busy preparing his impending Labour government.
freakstyler1 m ago

Nah, He's too busy preparing his impending Labour government.


Labour government ... Should go well.
freakstyler9 m ago

He's too busy plotting his inevitable (failure) leadership bid. No time to …He's too busy plotting his inevitable (failure) leadership bid. No time to ruin the NHS anymore than he and his party already has.Tory priorities:Wriggling out of BrexitPorn/Sexual harassment shenanigans coverupKnife Sharpening May's inevitable replacement Nothing else matters it seems.


Claiming expenses and hiding cash in off shore accounts
davewave2 m ago

Labour government ... Should go well.


Anything's better than what we have atm and i'm no fan of Corbyn.

Segata-Sanshiro2 m ago

Claiming expenses and hiding cash in off shore accounts



As you do
Not this again wasn’t it the same the other week, lasted 10 minutes and one paper said it was the end of Hunt and Little won and then quiet all over again.
Conservatives won a greater majority than Merkel...is she over too?
Uilleam178 m ago

Don't hold your breath, DUP was the end of Theresa,impact assessments were …Don't hold your breath, DUP was the end of Theresa,impact assessments were the end of Davis,etc,etc,etc.


Exactly, that’s what I was saying all kicked off little won, hunt lost and press moved on so why is it a story again, not like it’s a quiet news day. NY bomber, death of a TV star, snow, Christmas, Royal Wedding not forgetting May on Brexit. Forgot one blo ody flamedeer back again.
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davewave1 h, 5 m ago

Oh. Will there be a march?


You've wasted more energy typing variations on this comment over the years than a committed SJW who has been on several marches including kettling at times.
Gotta face facts chaps, Its only a matter of time before May goes, she's a conservative PM without a commons majority and its all self inflicted - she couldn't even muster a decisive win against comrade Corbyn. Out of curiosity, any of the hard right element on here actually think the conservatives are doing a good job at running the country? (brexit aside)
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Where's BLM? They love a good protest about anything. Lots of white middle class kids laying on a motorway.
Cr0m1 h, 33 m ago

You've wasted more energy typing variations on this comment over the years …You've wasted more energy typing variations on this comment over the years than a committed SJW who has been on several marches including kettling at times.


Comment of the year! No sarcasim.
freakstyler27 m ago

Gotta face facts chaps, Its only a matter of time before May goes, she's a …Gotta face facts chaps, Its only a matter of time before May goes, she's a conservative PM without a commons majority and its all self inflicted - she couldn't even muster a decisive win against comrade Corbyn. Out of curiosity, any of the hard right element on here actually think the conservatives are doing a good job at running the country? (brexit aside)


Not really, However better than the alternative, With Labours magic money tree and Dianne Abbott doing the maths that would be far worse economically.
.MUFC.7 m ago

Not really, However better than the alternative, With Labours magic money …Not really, However better than the alternative, With Labours magic money tree and Dianne Abbott doing the maths that would be far worse economically.




Don't forget the Conservatives magic money tree for paying bribes to the DUP. Must admit, Abbott is one fine reason for not voting Labour - she really is utterly useless.
freakstyler1 m ago

Don't forget the Conservatives magic money tree for paying bribes to the …Don't forget the Conservatives magic money tree for paying bribes to the DUP. Must admit, Abbott is one fine reason for not voting Labour - she really is utterly useless.


Damned if we do, Damned if we don't.
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.MUFC.9 h, 53 m ago

Not really, However better than the alternative, With Labours magic money …Not really, However better than the alternative, With Labours magic money tree and Dianne Abbott doing the maths that would be far worse economically.


Will you stop clutching to this "magic money tree" comment. It hasn't been used by anyone since the General Election.

Labour provided a fully costed manifesto.
The Tories binned their manifesto.

There was apparently no money but May suddenly conjured £1B for the DUP bribe so she had a majority...


You are a disgrace to the working class.
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plodging2 h, 46 m ago

Let's face it , the masses of this country have been sold down the river . …Let's face it , the masses of this country have been sold down the river . There is not a party that truly has the interests of the people at heart , both labour and conservative are knee deep in no talent chancers with their own agenda, that view the voting public as an inconvenience ( along with the disabled , the poor , and the sick) . The expenses they claim are still obscene, Priti Patel claiming over £860000 in 6 years , while people lie dying in hospital corridors. Spending £40 billion to fill up the pension pot of EU MEPs , and £56billion ( more likely £156 billion by the finish) on a train line that goes a bit quicker , while cutting police, fire service , armed forces , hospital beds . 30% of kids dropping below the governments own poverty level , while cutting the top rate of tax and turning a blind eye to the IOM tax abuses costing billions. And the biggest joke is that the only alternative is to vote Labour .. Really ?? .. This is the best the country has to offer? We are well and truly screwed .



Yes, that is the only alternative. It's been like that for years - Labour or Conservative (there really wasn't much difference between New Labour & Tories though)

When Labour are offering the opposite to that list you have stated it seems like they are the right choice considering their plans have been fully costed.

I'm not sure what working class people have against taxing the 5% slightly more and closing tax havens.
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DT8912th Dec 2017

"All hail May"One of your favourite quotes a few months ago but apparently …"All hail May"One of your favourite quotes a few months ago but apparently you've never voted Tory.That is very strange.But then you're strange guy aren't you Shaun? Clutching to sound bites and offering very little else. Despite claiming to be proud of your Northern working class background.Cheers for the 2 for 1 insult by the way. "Millennial snowflake" is about as much as you're going to be able to contribute to any sort of discussion so let's just nip it in the bud now.


I fell out with May after she bought the coalition, There was no need for her to call an election, She never even tried to win it, Labour made gains in Tory areas but losses in Labour strongholds. Politics have took a strange turn.

If there was an election tomorrow admittedly I'd probably vote Labour because deep down they're probably slightly less dishonest than the Tories but I know they can't possibly deliver on many of there promises without bankrupting us.

In the meantime best hope for the best and respect democracy, Not going to turn this into a Bre... debate though.
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.MUFC.1 h, 8 m ago

I fell out with May after she bought the coalition, There was no need for …I fell out with May after she bought the coalition, There was no need for her to call an election, She never even tried to win it, Labour made gains in Tory areas but losses in Labour strongholds. Politics have took a strange turn. If there was an election tomorrow admittedly I'd probably vote Labour because deep down they're probably slightly less dishonest than the Tories but I know they can't possibly deliver on many of there promises without bankrupting us.In the meantime best hope for the best and respect democracy, Not going to turn this into a Bre... debate though.



So you would vote Labour tomorrow despite slating them and this so called "money tree" in this very thread:
"With Labours magic money tree and Dianne Abbott doing the maths that would be far worse economically."


Which one is it Shaun? You keep jumping between the parties.

No need to answer that question. Your general comments ITT show you don't have a clue and are making up nonsense as you go a long to remain in with the crowd.
DT8912th Dec 2017

So you would vote Labour tomorrow despite slating them and this so called …So you would vote Labour tomorrow despite slating them and this so called "money tree" in this very thread:"With Labours magic money tree and Dianne Abbott doing the maths that would be far worse economically."Which one is it Shaun? You keep jumping between the parties.No need to answer that question. Your general comments ITT show you don't have a clue and are making up nonsense as you go a long to remain in with the crowd.


I can be an objectionable voter, I will vote on policy rather than just being a mad Labour supporter. Both major parties lack leadership, You love Corbyn and Abbott, I dislike Corbyn and Abbott but I won't call you names just because you support his leadership.

In the next 3.5 years politics will change a lot, I won't aimlessly vote Labour though, I'll vote for whomever I believe will be best for my constituency and Country, Hopefully that'll be Labour.

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.MUFC.9 m ago

I can be an objectionable voter, I will vote on policy rather than just …I can be an objectionable voter, I will vote on policy rather than just being a mad Labour supporter. Both major parties lack leadership, You love Corbyn and Abbott, I dislike Corbyn and Abbott but I won't call you names just because you support his leadership. In the next 3.5 years politics will change a lot, I won't aimlessly vote Labour though, I'll vote for whomever I believe will be best for my constituency and Country, Hopefully that'll be Labour.



Why would you vote for someone that was going to be far worse for the economy?

BTW you already did call him names.
DT8912th Dec 2017

I'm a millennial snowflake born in the late 80s who doesn't want to work …I'm a millennial snowflake born in the late 80s who doesn't want to work for anything.Ignoring the fact that I was married and a homeowner of a decent property by 27.Aren't I lazy



You are doing better than me, i'm still saving the deposit
CoeK45 m ago

You are doing better than me, i'm still saving the deposit




I completed on Friday

Just need to find the members of generation x who like to hand out trophies to us Millenials now so that they can later deride me for being handed trophies for 'insignificant' and/or 'normal' things.
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RossD8913 m ago

I completed on Friday Just need to find the members of generation x …I completed on Friday Just need to find the members of generation x who like to hand out trophies to us Millenials now so that they can later deride me for being handed trophies for 'insignificant' and/or 'normal' things.


Congrats mate.
It's a nice feeling finally moving in knowing years of saving and being sensible has paid off.
DT8912th Dec 2017

Congrats mate.It's a nice feeling finally moving in knowing years of …Congrats mate.It's a nice feeling finally moving in knowing years of saving and being sensible has paid off.




I have definitely replied to this already ...


Cheers

I'm sure it will be a great feeling once all the aching from the move has gone
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RossD8911 m ago

I have definitely replied to this already ...Cheers I'm sure it …I have definitely replied to this already ...Cheers I'm sure it will be a great feeling once all the aching from the move has gone


I literally moved down the road and that was stressful enough!
RossD8959 m ago

I completed on Friday Just need to find the members of generation x …I completed on Friday Just need to find the members of generation x who like to hand out trophies to us Millenials now so that they can later deride me for being handed trophies for 'insignificant' and/or 'normal' things.


I'm only about half way to my deposit
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