Heidi Allan and plenty of others replied with the expected whining:
All of course, missing the point entirely so everyone's now saying the BBC is all for Brexiteer mates. Even though Question Time is on every week with usually a 4:1 remain biased panel, if not worse.
Autistic Stalinists under very strong influence from the Brar family (who are relatively anti-LGBT) that randomly attack trans people for no apparent reason as they they march around with their Stalin banner and helped break-up Scargill's Socialist Labour Party.Serious question: is this a legitimate organization, or is this some sort of bizarre shitposting/astroturfing?
It's great because the Communist Party of Great Britain fractured into various ideological sections and thus couldn't gather their voters together into a shopping cart.They're one of a number of tankie groupuscules who nobody gives a shit about. Depressingly, they are probably serious.
Quoting myself here.So when do we want to bet The Brexit Party will outpoll the Tories on Westminster Voting Intentions? A week? A Month?
Labour had its chance and blew thanks to Corbyn and the most insufferable shadow cabinet for a long time. Labour and it’s constant boasting of blocking brexit deals and deliberate attempts at buggering up negotiations are gonna lose a lot of support to Farage.
Ann Widdecombe. The Arch Tory. The epitomy of Toryism to the Tabloids and if you ask most people on the street to name someone you think is the poster child definition of a Tory. Got applauded. In a fucking Labour Club.
My mind is actually slightly blown now. Those clubs? The older ones are basically the first meeting places of, and the birthplace of many a Labour Party association.
Supposedly they're doing just that. TBP is going to have "policy platforms" though and won't use the word "manifesto" because he believes that word is now hideously tainted after 2017.Labour had its chance and blew thanks to Corbyn and the most insufferable shadow cabinet for a long time. Labour and it’s constant boasting of blocking brexit deals and deliberate attempts at buggering up negotiations are gonna lose a lot of support to Farage.
I can’t wait to wake up on the 24th and see that smug prick Farage smiling all over the news. If he’s smart Farage will actually start announcing other policies ready for the next general election after the vote this month.
The cycle of regeneration would be an absolute fucking boon to the country, especially if Wayne and Waynetta could be coaxed off bennies by ensuring that an honest day's work pays more than sitting on your arse.Five years of rocket boosting and would encourage bigger business to invest into areas it might have previously held back on.
The biggest problem with a lot of regeneration is its the usual centgov drivel fling a bunch of cash at vested interests and then not innovate further. Which is a big, big problem when the High Street and Big Box stores need to innovate themselves. Independants are doing very well as many are taking advantage of opening online on Amazon, which now boasts a staggering 86% rate of small or individual traders in the UK.The cycle of regeneration would be an absolute fucking boon to the country, especially if Wayne and Waynetta could be coaxed off bennies by ensuring that an honest day's work pays more than sitting on your arse.
Link dat shit. Where was it?I had the pleasure of catching the BBC debate this morning,
A few things are clear,
CUK clearly made a mistake with Rachel Johnson, despite her various reality TV appearances, she appears to have the onscreen charisma of a wet dog.
UKIP/Sargon is the best lightning rod we could have prayed for and the questions fielded left the BP candidate looking positively presidential.
However.... the constant bickering of the Remain parties amongst themselves in the background had to be the highlight.
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