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  2. Charlie Cheswick

    The politics thread

    This fella sums my thoughts up very well, across the board.
  3. tramaziboy

    The politics thread

    A very convincing vote FOR Brexit. for the record eU Referendum Results By Votes; 17.4million Leave : 16.1 Million Remain By Constituency; 406 Leave : 242 Remain By Constituency Party; Lab - 148 Leave : 84 Remain Con - 247 Leave : 80 Remain By Region; 9 Leave : 3 Remain BY MP; 160 Leave : 486 Remain Brexit isn’t the problem. It’s our MPs who are the problem. March 29th and we expect to be out. Leave means Leave and was voted for as above with a clear majority.
  4. bestwood_red!

    The politics thread

    They’ve all handled it terribly. I’m actually starting to feel a bit sorry for Teresa May being left out to dry. She’s been a scapegoat from the start Corbyn made himself look a bit of a tit the other day walking out the meeting just because there was someone there he didn’t like while also showing the problems they’ve had with Brexit from the start. They are all more fussed about their egos than getting anything sorted.
  5. Mr Smith

    The politics thread

    Our domestic political system needs dramatic change to make it fit for purpose. Being in the EU and this whole EU/Brexit focus has diverted our attention from the fact our own Parliament is utterly archaic and not befitting of a modern democracy.
  6. Charlie Cheswick

    The politics thread

    What's changed is you'll get a choice of what kind of exit you want, one that looks like this, or one that looks like that. It makes sense to me at this stage, as nobody in Parliament can agree, that we make the decision on which way to leave. Once we're out I don't hold much hope for anything improving, the idea of having a Tory government - worse still, one led by Gove - without any checks or balances against it is terrifying. All this bollocks does my head in to be honest and there's nothing that a change of electoral system wouldn't go some way to solving because then all of our votes would count and so there would be a power shift towards us, no way our politicians would allow that. So what they did was give us a chance of changing our system and made sure that and we were offered literally the only thing outside of a dictatorship which was worse than what we have. This is how our bastard politicians work. You're just finding out now what I already knew. There really is no point because our politicians are a collective sack of dishonest, self serving shits. Hence why I want to see what fingers each of the bastards has in pies that are in and outside of the EU. Let's see why they're supporting remain or leave.
  7. GupiRed2

    City Ground to be re-developed

    Looks brilliant and proves the owners are here for the long term. Exciting times are surely ahead.
  8. GupiRed2

    NFFC Rumours

    Piss poor punishment. No embargo and whats the point of handing the deduction this season. They should have started on -9 next.
  9. GupiRed2

    Will we go up

    No chance this season but every chance next. You'd imagine there will be significant investment again in the summer.
  10. Dane B

    The politics thread

    Thing is mate, what has really changed? We still don't know for sure what we'd be voting for. All we get is more bullshit and scaremongering off those that want to remain. Those that want to leave can't really bullshit because the outcome of us leaving the EU is a complete unknown. All this has proven, as if we didn't know it already, is that our MP's are a bunch of the most useless cunts imaginable. It justifies my decision not to vote in a General Election. Our current crop of party leaders, and the cronies who follow them around drooling, have to be the worst in the history of UK politics.
  11. bestwood_red!

    Conspiracy Theories

    Yeah the Portuguese coppers fucked up from the start and tried to cover their own backs. Added to that the political pressure from the Portuguese tourist industry who wanted it sorting so they could stop losing money. It seems like a massive stitch up on the part of the police towards the Mccans.
  12. nottmred

    Conspiracy Theories

    Looking at all the photos and footage of the pair, I always think Kate looks distraught and haunted whilst Gerry is a bit cold and too calm for my liking. I’ve obvipusly no idea who I’d act in the same situation but does seem strange. My theory is I reckon it was an accident, they covered it up and have carried on with the lie. It has broken Kate and she carries it with her at all times. Gerry more concerned with getting away with it.
  13. Charlie Cheswick

    Conspiracy Theories

    I think the problem is Bestie is the Portuguese police were so inept in both taking statements or investigating anything at all. Lots of things will never make sense because of that. Plus you can't actually trust anything that comes from the coppers so there's that to consider when you're saying evidence doesn't add up, how much evidence was what they said it was? Take the dogs, I was watching that thinking what a load of bullshit, they didn't prove or disprove anything at all. It was just a sideshow borne out of desperation of having nothing to go on and a copper going on his hunch instead of investigating properly. Or the Russian, who'd apparently deleted all of his hard drives yet the police said he had porn on them. He'd either deleted them or he hadn't. I call shit, bent coppers on this one.
  14. Charlie Cheswick

    The politics thread

    At the time of the referendum it was obvious very few people knew what they were voting for, outside of your average Nationalist. I don't see what could be lost for giving people a vote on what they're actually going to be getting, whether that is no deal or a shit deal or neither. That said everyone who says anything in the media seems to have a vested interest of some kind so I'd still like to see a paper trail of what the most fierce campaigners for leave and remain to see what they have to gain from it. It would help to cut through the bullshit. I don't know if I'll bother to vote again, in a referendum or election. Seems like a waste of time to be honest, exactly the same MP since 74 so no point bothering to vote in an election, in a referendum we voted on a wall of lies and the outcome of it doesn't seem to matter anyway. Can anyone else see the point?
  15. bestwood_red!

    Conspiracy Theories

    I don’t want to think they had anything to do with it but a couple of things still make me doubt them. With all the commotion going off in the room why didn’t the twins wake up? Why did a member of the party only “remember” seeing a man walk away from the scene with a kid four hours after the alarm was raised and then over the next few months continually change her statement until the man was basically Robert Murat? The window couldn’t be opened from the outside without damaging it but there was no signs of damage. All texts and call logs were deleted from everyone’s phone for that night. The dogs picking up scent on their car in a car park full of cars.
  16. bestwood_red!

    The politics thread

    I voted leave before and I’ll vote it again if there’s a second referendum.
  17. Dane B

    The politics thread

    Stuff a second referendum. We were given a vote, and we voted. End of. Not our fault our bunch of useless fuckwit MP's can't sort out a deal with the EU.
  18. nottmred

    The politics thread

    Another second referendum is the only way out of this I reckon. Lots of promises were banded about before the referendum such as we won’t be threatening our place in the single market, the 350m for the NHS etc... Now we know the truth of what Brexit will look like, what’s the harm in asking people “are you sure?” If the answer to that question is “Yes, we are sure. We want to leave” then that will settle it.
  19. Charlie Cheswick

    The politics thread

    Exactly Mr Smith. Our problems start at home, been saying it all along. As if it wasn't bad enough already we'll most likely end up with fucking Gove as PM in the near future. May is just incompetent, Gove is spiteful and incompetent. On the plus side I think it's becoming apparent to a lot of people the foreigners have just been a smokescreen to hide the shitbaggery that is our own political system.
  20. Mr Smith

    The politics thread

    Having watched the calamity and incompetence of British Sovereignty since the referendum, I am not convinced handing these fuckwits more power is a good idea. The whole system is a shambles, Labour and Tories are both appalling representatives of the UK and how can the House of Lords be justified in the 21st Century? There was a way to make a success of Brexit, however, our political establishment has failed dismally.
  21. Daz

    The politics thread

    Did anyone read that the people's vote / revocation march yesterday attracted 17.4m people? What? No? Next you will be telling me that they weren't all eligible voters and included children / EU nationals. Whilst I would prefer a deal, the original vote was for 'leave', not 'leave but only x, y and z' - if Parliament can't agree on an arrangement by the EUs new deadline then we should just leave and opt for a hard but smart brexit (www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/03/06/slash-tariffs-boost-economy-flip-pressure-back-eu-top-german/amp/) Then as H Block suggests, in due course we need to have new elections to drain the swamp
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  23. Charlie Cheswick

    Conspiracy Theories

    I'm on episode 6. I'm not sold they had anything to do with her going missing. The Portuguese coppers are a special kind of incompetent.
  24. colin

    NFFC Rumours

    IF what I'm hearing is accurate then The EFL are going to crack down on clubs who've breached FFP rules . . Villa , The Wendies and the shaggers are being investigated .. Points deductions cannot be ruled out !!!!
  25. Danny

    Martin O Neill

    Wasn’t he on trial at Port Vale or somewhere equally shite? He was never going to be top class but you can’t help but feel he’s wasted his ability.
  26. Art Vandelay

    Premier League chit chat

    Yeah, that's worth two and a half bonus points* That's the three - RVP, JFH, and er AS *future check for accuracy pending
  27. Daz

    Premier League chit chat

    Jimmy Floyd? If it's worth any bonus points then I'm sure he was top scorer in Spain for Atletico (in a season they got relegated)
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