Monday, 24 March 2014

Well, I'll bet she's glad that's over...

Solidarity with whom? Justice for whom? With £25 billion of cuts in one year
there's not going to be a fat lot of money to pay for all this justice.


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23 comments:

  1. tris

    Must admit Gideon has made me a rich man come april 2015
    the last piece of the jigsaw falls into place. I can cash up me
    pension and move forward to relocating meself to Cyprus.
    And the Tory stench like the snp stench will left behind
    the united kingdom can sink into the sea...
    you can take all yer national flags and stick it up yer arses

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    1. That's good Niko....

      It's come just in time for you, and I'm really pleased.

      :) :) :)

      What does Taz think of Cyprus?

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  2. Shall we help him to pack?

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    1. Och, yeah, I think so Marcia... Only fair, as I know he'll be throwing a big farewell bash for Munguin readers.

      Well Taz said....

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    2. Don't be a misery CH....

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  3. Labour doesn't like the SNP surprise, suprise.

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    1. Dunno why... SNP has all their policies...You'd think they would be voting SNP!

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    2. That's the trouble Tris, they are! LOL

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    3. Where's that line from AS about the Dunfermline by-election leaflets?

      I've said this before, but the reason that Labour hate the SNP so much, is that Labour sold their principles to go chasing after power, and then the SNP got power by championing Labour's old principles, and refusing to sell out.

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  4. You Tube/The Scottish government is screening the public meeting of the Cabinet with the people of Irvine from 12 noon today...

    http://www.scotreferendum.com/2014/03/public-discussion-in-irvine/

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  5. Tris

    Surely even labour supporters know it's over now. New labour are finished in Scotland and they better wake up try and save some of their former values.

    Bruce

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    1. LFI is doing that if they could just get a bit more publicity... But of course newspapers don't seen to cover their activities much.

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  6. I don't know if you've seen this yet Tris.

    http://tinyurl.com/pxyh593

    Next time you're on the Glasgow subway keep an eye out for them won't you. :)

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    1. As Stuart says, they are not political. There is no reason for them to be taken down. He's advertising a blog site... not more than the Sun, an unashamed organ of the right wing, should be banned from advertising. If they are taken down, I trust Wings' money will be returned.

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    2. I certainly hope so Tris.

      I like so many others have written to SPT demanding an explanation of their decision etc, as well as contacting R.T., Al-Jazerra and in my case my own M.S.P.

      What is they say..."when the shite hits the fan it really hits the fan." LOL

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    1. What is that we are always hearing about dreadful cyber nats and their foul mouthed abuse of unionists?

      What is it that they say about Alex telling cyber nats to reign in their insults. Maybe David Cameron or Fred Miliband would like to tell the cyber unionists to back off.

      This is particularly tasteless., and you would have thought that it was a step too far...

      Wrong clearly.

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  8. Arrrrh! that picture of Anas Sarwar and Johann Lamont should carry a health warning, Alex Salmond's ears must be burning when they meet up.

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    1. Sorry. I should have put a warning on. As I keep saying to people ....children read this blog.

      I may have damaged people for life. Oooops.

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  9. "Pucker up, Anas, I'm coming in."

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    1. You certainly know how to put a bloke off his coffee and biscuit!!

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