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  1. Brexit Donald Trump Donald Trump appointing Nigel Farage as his go-between with the UK govt Owen Smith getting nowhere The Shami Charabarti fiasco Juncker getting nowhere The pubic outrage over the immigrants that the UK charities were trying to pass off as "Children" Ched Evans getting justice Wales qualifying for the RL World Cup Wales getting to the semi-finals of the soccerball cup The hand-wringing middle class and the BBC journalists doing what they do best ... hand-wringing The mewling of the TRL right-on brigade :D :D :D :D Ha Ha Ha. Right, I'm off again now for the foreseeable future
  2. So that's five years worth of cashing in on a benefit system that attracted 9 members of one family to come over. They've probably alerted hundreds more in the meantime.
  3. The train's not gone via a stop at Leeds Station. I would have thought stopping there would offer a wonderful shop window to promote its future touring programme.
  4. Those wonderful benefits rules: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/8527950/Romanian-families-use-Big-Issue-loophole.html
  5. Bradford Bulls v Leigh Centurions Bradford have been winning but not playing particularly well. This is a true test of our capabilities and prospects. We are woefully short of a proper scrumhalf. We have eight props on the books but started with a second row there last week. I think Lowes wanted a lighter, faster man bashing up the middle. I'm not confident but, on the day, hope to be pleasantly reassured about our quality.
  6. Mrs Gove speaks: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3461103/The-torture-watching-husband-choose-beliefs-old-friend-PM-Daily-Mail-columnist-SARAH-VINE-s-intensely-personal-account-momentous-decision.html
  7. none of this would have happened if the former Iron Curtain country residents weren't, under EU regulations, allowed free access to this country and its benefits system. We can't even send most of them back.
  8. Today's local paper: http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/14300107.Police_bid_to_close_Bradford_pub_where_100_strong_drunken_brawl_caused__scenes_of_total_mayhem_/ http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/14297095.Couple_appear_in_court_accused_of_enslaving_man_they_illegally_brought_into_country/ http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/14299230.Police_ban_18_beggars_and_problem_drinkers_from_Bradford_city_centre_in_48_hours/
  9. See you in the middle eights. (rubs hands)
  10. I can't find it now; the article was in the first week of March 2015 (selection was on 02-03-15) but isn't easily retrievable from the T&A web archive. Whilst having a google trawl, I came across this blog. No doubt, some of it is almost certainly libellous, but it highlights how deep the feelings ran within certain political activists in the constituency. Edit: i've pulled the link; I don't want to get TRL into trouble. If anyone pm's me, I'll pass on the link.
  11. 1.The Daily Mail is a scaremongering rag at the best of times, but I think it's idea of 100,000's of migrants waiting to come into the UK is ridiculous. We are currently getting 300,000 a year, so how is that scaremongering? 2. They were panicing when Bulgaria & Romania joined the EU saying it would lead to tens of thousands of economic refugees entering the UK, this never happened. Why? Because they received benefits direct from their governments through the EU. Thousands of Romanian and Slovakian gypsies are coming purely for the benefits available. Check out "Page Hall Roma" on the internet. In Bradford a friend of a friend was effectively murdered by an unprovoked attack by a Slovakian gang. http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/10214347.Justice_has_been_done__says_family_of_man_who_lost_legs_in_attack/ 3.Do you want cheap Chicken, Beef, Lamb, Pork & Milk. or do you want to see farms go the way of the local pub & die? EU subsidises contribute to our farmers economies more than you can think. If we exit the EU, you can expect your pint of milk to rocket up to £1.75 a pint. We paid subsidies to farmers long before we joined the EU. Now, in the UK, milk farmers are going bust, grain farmers are paid not to grow crops and 27 pubs a week are closing. We can pay subsidies out of the £billions we currently donate to the EU. 4.The people who are worried about the EU's control of the UK are bigots or have never left the UK. They are the children of the people who worried about European control in the 1930's and 1940's. 5. My Opinion, I'm probably banned again Badge of honour, I reckon. I'm sure we've both had occasion to say "Suit yourself; I've been chucked out of better pubs than this."
  12. All the talk is about Boris making a leadership push. Gove has emerged with a degree of credibility, following principles rather than ambition. He could be the most persuasive man to lead Brexit and should get Suzanne Evans on his platforms whether she's in his Brexit Group or not.
  13. Oh, I don't know. We had a female solicitor who was dischuffed that she got rejected from a shortlist of potential Labour Party parliamentary candidates for Bradford West. The local paper reported that her complaint that no-one had told her that you had to be already be a member of the Labour Party.
  14. The Odsal pitch is likely to be heavy this week.