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Obviously, no-one posting on this site needs this. And they have omitted 'descrete'...

0 sockpuppet 05.07.16 4:06pm
Does anyone else abuse the private message link?

Whenever I get a spurious one star I click on 'private messages' and scroll to the bottom to see who is online - in a way pointless because I don't care how many stars I get, but interesting because...

8 throngsman 05.07.16 9:55am
Love this

Reported by the Beeb concerning various resignations, originating apparently from @AshleyBaker/Twitter: Chris Evans - Ginger, David Cameron - Posh, Roy Hodgson - Sporty, Boris Johnson - Baby,...

3 Sinnick 05.07.16 6:00am
Al OPecia
It seems that consequence-free unprotected shagging is still a thing

I can't quite believe my eyes, as having given the country a right raw shafting, both Boris and Farage simply wander off into the sunset without so much as a backward glance. Next week I predict that...

3 cinquecento 04.07.16 2:20pm
Dun Dunkin
Do you think brexit will actually happen?

Remainer or leaver not relevant to this, I am beginning to think this is just not going to happen. I am remain but I think a disinterested observer would say the stalling is a sign of nothing...

8 S J Roe 04.07.16 11:31am
Bully For Boris

In deciding not to stand, Boris Johnson has shown rare statesmanship and, by deciding that he is not the right person to be Prime Minister, demonstrated an unexpectedly shrewd judge of character...

22 Titus 03.07.16 8:58pm
Paddy Berzinski
What the Brexiteers and the Remainians have in common ...

is a dislike of the EU, at least as it is. I have not heard anyone (even the most ardent Remainians) defend the EU in its present form or with its present structure. And I suspect that few of the...

1 Titus 03.07.16 10:40am
Plea to Boris Johnson Supporters.

You lost your blond blue-eyed boy. Not only is he a palpable liar, he is demonstrably a coward. Get over it. Move on - he never intended to win the Referendum, but treated it as an intellectual...

18 Al OPecia 02.07.16 8:07pm
Al OPecia
Very Brexit Problems

I think this is "going viral" as I believe the youngsters say:

3 Sinnick 02.07.16 8:05pm
Al OPecia
No more mass debates...

RIP Caroline Aherne...

0 Dick Everyman 02.07.16 3:56pm
Dick Everyman
Truly bonkers

The public are asked to vote on something that governments should decide, but aren't involved in who takes control of the country. I know there is plenty of precedent for this with Major and Brown...

2 throngsman 02.07.16 6:59am
Michael Gove actually described his favourite Game of Thrones character...

"A misshapen dwarf, reviled for most of his life, thought in the eyes of some to be a toxic figure, trying to rally a small band of loyal followers on a hopeless charge"....

0 Adrian Bamforth 01.07.16 9:13pm
Adrian Bamforth
Teresa May Win May 1.5 : 1, Leadsom 5.5 : 1, Gove 8 : 1, Crabb 26 : 1, Fox 51 : 1 Can't find anyone offering odds on how long...

7 Titus 01.07.16 6:19pm
Dead ringers is good on the dead bit 0 Dun Dunkin 01.07.16 5:57pm
Dun Dunkin
Slam dunk for jc. 60k new members for labour party in last week

no wonder they dont dare launch a challenge and hope they can rattle him to quit...

8 Dun Dunkin 01.07.16 3:51pm
Chilcott Predictions

It's just going to be an extremely long document which people will take out whatever they want to take out (without reading it) right? Most people do actually seem to believe it will deliver a...

12 Adrian Bamforth 01.07.16 3:15pm
Adrian Bamforth
I wonder - would Boris accept the offer of a job as an EU commissioner? 2 Titus 01.07.16 9:12am
Britain's economy will stagnate

Due to the uncertainty following a recent political decision, we will become more isolated from the rest of the world, and we and our economy will all suffer as a consequence. No, not Brexit - the...

2 Titus 01.07.16 9:05am
. 1 red 30.06.16 9:22pm
Why don't the Tories cut to the chase

and just declare Teresa May, now, as Cameron's successor? She might turn out to be a quiet, competent PM like Clement Attlee. Probably what we need at present (And yes, I do remember Attlee. He...

2 Titus 30.06.16 8:57pm
Changing the subject...

Just had a [url=]Christmas Markets [/url] email from the Radio Times - plenty of...

3 Dick Everyman 30.06.16 7:20pm
Dick Everyman
Wrong room - I was following Boris down the corridor 0 Dick Everyman 30.06.16 6:02pm
Dick Everyman
Is it time for Labour to split into two parties?

'I am only a young girl and know little of such things', but.. There seems an unreconcilable gulf between two wings, whether you call them Corbynites v Blairites, left v right or purists v...

22 cinquecento 30.06.16 3:18pm
5* to Cameron

who, in welcoming new Labour MP Rosena Allin-Khan to the house, advised her to keep her mobile phone switched on "since she may be invited to join the shadow cabinet by the end of the day". Whoever...

3 Titus 30.06.16 3:16pm
Spilt from Rule of Rome - actually, this was a serious point All the way through the EU referendum debate, I had been trying to remember what quitting the EU reminded me of. At a time when everyone went to...

7 Titus 30.06.16 3:15pm
Vote Labour Coalition - remain in the EU ?? - 2

Presumably most of the negative things that threaten rights, environment, working practices, TTIP etc would only happen under a right-wing Tory government., If Labour could form a coalition (stop...

30 Gerontius 30.06.16 3:10pm
Tory deja vu.. 1990/2016

Is it just me established PM ousted for being on the wrong side of the European argument (Thatcher/Cameron), obvious choice of leader steps aside (Heseltine/Johnson), bland unity candidate becomes...

2 MADJEZ 30.06.16 2:21pm
Remain seek delay to end Brexit and steal people's votes

they seek to steal votes by delay...

0 Dun Dunkin 30.06.16 11:52am
Dun Dunkin
Dun it again 13 throngsman 30.06.16 10:31am
Take a break?

I think, for a short period, the position of news satirist is redundant. Jeremy Hunt thinks he has a shot at PM. Jeremy Corbyn has a shadow cabinet including the cleaning lady, a bust of Hugh...

16 Ironduke 29.06.16 4:08pm