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Bob Crowther

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Not buying a paper for the next couple of days. Will be full of praise for you know who.

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Maltby shut yesterday leaving just 2 in yorkshire, the shaft will need filling, would be a good start

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Maltby shut yesterday leaving just 2 in yorkshire, the shaft will need filling, would be a good start

Plus saving public money which could be used for street parties.

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Plus saving public money which could be used for street parties.

Too right Bob , :D

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I remember reading a sticker on a lamp post in Wakey that thered be a huge party in Wakefield City Centre the day after Thatcher died... todays the day.. I got myself a party hat (with a lamp on it of course) and im on my way.

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I remember reading a sticker on a lamp post in Wakey that thered be a huge party in Wakefield City Centre the day after Thatcher died... todays the day.. I got myself a party hat (with a lamp on it of course) and im on my way.

On the day of the "state funeral" all the mining, or as, now ex-mining areas should organize large street parties and get some publicity. What goes around, comes around.

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Never mind Bob you can Ed Balls for a couple of days.

Just about tall enough to carry that out.

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If she was roofless as has been implied, as a Thatcher would she be out of work? Lived through it worked through it and among it.

Lots of villains in the full story including her and Scargill. Talk about wheels within wheels. Say no more.

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my thoughts are who is paying for all the razzmatazz bet its coming out of the tax payer which  disgusts me even more and if anyone steps out of line regarding the funeral they will be arrested how ironic is that the iron lady will not lie down.

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my thoughts are who is paying for all the razzmatazz bet its coming out of the tax payer which  disgusts me even more and if anyone steps out of line regarding the funeral they will be arrested how ironic is that the iron lady will not lie down.

Right gathering of jailbirds, thieves and vagabonds attending. Lets face it, you are judged by the company you keep.

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the greatest politician since Atlee

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Clem had a government that created the National Health Service for the working class......She had a government that created a National Death Service for the working class.......(Care in the Community, no such thing as Society)......also 255 service personnel killed in the tubthumping sheep island protecting war, all because hubby was an oil man not a sack of coal humper!!!!!     Show your support download Ding Dong the Witch is Dead........

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If you download Ding Dong, please takectime to donate to charities of the people she attacked.

I believe the website is www.donthatedonate.co.uk

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the greatest politician since Atlee

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:lol: It is nice to see both sides of the argument put forward for a balanced debate for someone who had on three occasions won the majority of the british electoral vote and who saved the UK

Ps Mrs Moderator ain't power great!!!!!

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Piggy joking apart

never forget the damage she did to communities

like featherstone,she changed their lives and futures.

we in the heavy woollen wasnt apart of the

strike..nor had to live through it.

however love or loath featherstone

trying a cheap wind up ir a little out of order.

these events dont warrant cheap jibes mate

fun is fun and banter is banter..how they feel about thatcher will never change.

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Piggy joking apart

never forget the damage she did to communities

like featherstone,she changed their lives and futures.

we in the heavy woollen wasnt apart of the

strike..nor had to live through it.

however love or loath featherstone

trying a cheap wind up ir a little out of order.

these events dont warrant cheap jibes mate

fun is fun and banter is banter..how they feel about thatcher will never change.

just a geeky boy hiding behind the power of his keyboard

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:lol: It is nice to see both sides of the argument put forward for a balanced debate for someone who had on three occasions won the majority of the british electoral vote and who saved the UK

Ps Mrs Moderator ain't power great!!!!!

I have no problem whatsoever about people debating both sides of the argument, but on this occassion your post did not fall into this category of balanced debate. You deliberately set out to wind people up with your jibes and cheap shots on a very delicate issue.

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:lol: It is nice to see both sides of the argument put forward for a balanced debate for someone who had on three occasions won the majority of the british electoral vote and who saved the UK

 

 No she didn't. I can't recall an occasion in my lifetime where a primeminister has been elected with a majority of the electorate e.g. over 50% of those voting.

They have of course been elected with a majority of seats according to our electoral system - not the same thing. No primeminister in my lifetime has represented the majority of the electorate as applicable to votes cast on election day.

Almost everyone knows my political leanings and my deeply held thoughts on primeministers past. That's as much as I'm saying on this rugby forum.

 

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No she didn't. I can't recall an occasion in my lifetime where a primeminister has been elected with a majority of the electorate e.g. over 50% of those voting.

They have of course been elected with a majority of seats according to our electoral system - not the same thing. No primeminister in my lifetime has represented the majority of the electorate as applicable to votes cast on election day.

Almost everyone knows my political leanings and my deeply held thoughts on primeministers past. That's as much as I'm saying on this rugby forum.

Robin this subject is as fragile as the idiot pushing the buttons in North Korea. Everybody in Fev knows what she was like and did you will always get someone liking her and not liking her.

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The truth of the matter is that the miners to whom I gave my full support were political pawns in a game played by left wing trade unions that were communist orientated and had brought down two previous governments and a government that wasn't going to give in. I worked through it and gave the miners who were not given a vote to strike, my full backing. Like all political issues and wars the ordinary people are just cannon fodder for the politicians of any ilk. Some body said to me yesterday that politicians are like bananas. They start off green, then become yellow and finish up bent. This is a Fev RL forum and political matters shouldn't distract us  or divide us from our support of the lads. I lived in a house that was back to back and had been built just for the cheap labour to exploit the mine workers. That is why China, Brazil, India etc are going to be major powers they have the cheap labour. We have to keep clear heads and not be swayed by silly propaganda from people who just want power. They are not really interested in the working man. Their whole idiom is how much goes into my pocket. Let's get back to RL - any singings yet?

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I agree with every word of the above. Can we now have a rule that politics are banned from this forum - exept the rugby league kind?

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I agree with every word of the above. Can we now have a rule that politics are banned from this forum - exept the rugby league kind?

In a nutshell no, as long as we remain civil to one another and do not break forum rules, then we discuss/debate, plus I think you will find Politics are even involved in the world of Rugby League.

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