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the words aerosol and idiot come to mind

aerosol for taking the line he did, which is wrong

idiot for not being able to use email.

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Well could be worse, you could be the chancellor who has just done a deal with Google on tax.  George needed a break so has gone to San Francisco to watch the Super Bowl.  

 

Oh who sponsors the super bowl you ask?  Google.

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Well could be worse, you could be the chancellor who has just done a deal with Google on tax.  George needed a break so has gone to San Francisco to watch the Super Bowl.  

 

Oh who sponsors the super bowl you ask?  Google.

 

Rather like Seb Coe and Nike he probably looked in the mirror and made sure that he was sure there was no conflict.

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Well could be worse, you could be the chancellor who has just done a deal with Google on tax. George needed a break so has gone to San Francisco to watch the Super Bowl.

Oh who sponsors the super bowl you ask? Google.

I have no problem with him going to watch the Super Bowl providing it was all at his own expense. In the article I read about it there was no suggestion that Google or anyone else paid for the trip.

If only he'd stay there.:dry:

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When the head is rotten you can expect the rest of the creature to start rotting too.  Davies comes across as a nasty piece of work with very reactionary views.  Most of this nasty stuff comes from Osborne who is a prime snake in the grass. He started this behaviour even before he was n office.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2215371/Yachtgate-nearly-sunk-George-How-jolly-oligarchs-boat-poison-plot-spectacularly-backfired-Chancellor.html

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When the head is rotten you can expect the rest of the creature to start rotting too.  Davies comes across as a nasty piece of work with very reactionary views.  Most of this nasty stuff comes from Osborne who is a prime snake in the grass. He started this behaviour even before he was n office.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2215371/Yachtgate-nearly-sunk-George-How-jolly-oligarchs-boat-poison-plot-spectacularly-backfired-Chancellor.html

 

I have a deep dislike for Osborne based on mistrust of him. If the persistent rumours about his "recreational pursuits" are to only be partly believed he is no fit person to hold any form of public office let alone possibly be our next PM.

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I have a deep dislike for Osborne based on mistrust of him. If the persistent rumours about his "recreational pursuits" are to only be partly believed he is no fit person to hold any form of public office let alone possibly be our next PM.

 

Before casinos were legalised, Osborne's grandmother got arrested for organising illegal gambling nights.

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Before casinos were legalised, Osborne's grandmother got arrested for organising illegal gambling nights.

 

Did you win anything? 

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I have a deep dislike for Osborne based on mistrust of him. If the persistent rumours about his "recreational pursuits" are to only be partly believed he is no fit person to hold any form of public office let alone possibly be our next PM.

I'm not sure if we have read the same thing , but one is possibly believable I can't see the other being true. I'm sure a paper like the mirror would have dug around for anything at all they could have put on the front page.

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If I were one of his constituents I would not be happy that my MP was wasting so much of his time on such nonsense.

Davies is a monumental tw@. His main activities in the House are concerned with his campaign to deny improved rights to private tenants. Needless to say, he owns a number of properties which he rents out.

If I were a constituent I'd be deeply unamused about the way he uses parliamentary time to promote his own financial interests.

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I have a deep dislike for Osborne based on mistrust of him. If the persistent rumours about his "recreational pursuits" are to only be partly believed he is no fit person to hold any form of public office let alone possibly be our next PM.

And a man who thinks the murderers of schoolchildren should be "honoured" is?

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Those nice Tories again: Cameron ‘buying off’ Tory MPs threatening to rebel over council cuts

A Labour analysis shows that 83% of the new £300m two-year fund will go to Tory-run councils, mostly in the southern shires. It found that the biggest beneficiary will be Surrey, which will get £24m, with £19m going to Hampshire, £16m to Hertfordshire, £14m to Essex, £12m to West Sussex, £11m to Kent and £9m to Buckinghamshire. Cameron’s county council in Oxfordshire will get an additional £9m to ease the cuts over the next two years.

While Conservative county councils will get the most relief, allowing them to slow the pace of cuts, major Labour-run urban areas will get no transitional funding at all. Labour pointed out that the five most deprived councils in the country – Middlesbrough, Knowsley, Hull, Liverpool and Manchester – will receive nothing under the grant, while the five least deprived – Hart, Wokingham, Chiltern, Waverley, Elmbridge – will collectively receive £5.3m.

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http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/feb/09/cameron-buying-off-tory-mps-theatening-to-rebel-over-council-cuts

 

The extra cash was announced after up to 30 Conservative MPs were poised to revolt against the local government finance settlement, which is due to be put to a vote on Wednesday in the House of Commons. The funding was announced by Greg Clark, the communities and local government secretary, to the delight of Tory MPs.

 

Labour analysis shows that 83% of the new £300m two-year fund will go to Tory-run councils, mostly in the southern shires. It found that the biggest beneficiary will be Surrey, which will get £24m, with £19m going to Hampshire, £16m to Hertfordshire, £14m to Essex, £12m to West Sussex, £11m to Kent and £9m to Buckinghamshire. Cameron’s county council in Oxfordshire will get an additional £9m to ease the cuts over the next two years.

 

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And a man who thinks the murderers of schoolchildren should be "honoured" is?

Do you mean Anthony Eden. who conspired with Israel and France to attack Egypt's schoolchildren, whilst high on amphetamines? And then was given a peerage.  Or Winston Churchill who turned the arm loose on miners at Tonypandy?  Or perhaps the Lib/Tory coalition who were responsible for the Amritsar massacre?  Of the Heath government who were in charge when Bloody Sunday happened.  I should learn a little history before posting chum.

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And a man who thinks the murderers of schoolchildren should be "honoured" is?

Whataboutism

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