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GOOD RIDDANCE...

...to Jeremy Corbyn - his last PM’s Questions today - we’ve finally got of the pillock - the political scrapheap awaits

posted on 26/3/20

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Yes we're all incredibly bias whereas you are a beacon of impartiality, levitating above the rest of us with your ability to separate the wheat from the chaff. Bravo sir, you truly are the best of us
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Mate, I didn’t turn this thread into a who’s right and who’s wrong

The OP was simply referring to JC’s last PM’s Questions

It was the hijacked by some trying to turn it into a debate about the failures of Boris Johnson and the Government over the current crisis - WTF?

I’ve not once tried to suggest, I’m right or better than anyone - I simply wasn’t going to take the drivel from the loony left from can’t help over Corbyn finally being got rid of from the Front Benches

posted on 26/3/20

My impartiality is looking at some of the facts

The Government are pumping near on a trillion £’s into the Country in one swoop, more so that any other government in history

Rather that continually meaning about getting this and that wrong - where’s the acknowledgement that they’re doing a fantastic job under the most enormous pressure, dealing with a crisis that changes the goalposts on a daily basis

Even Labour are congratulating the Government on their handling of the situation, but for some of their followers all they ever want to do is snipe, complain and criticise - it’s a pretty sad existence really to be so continually negative and miserable

posted on 26/3/20

And I’m not saying Boris has got it all right either, I’m just wanting to acknowledge some of the good he’s doing form the sake of the whole country

posted on 26/3/20

comment by ThE ReVoLuTiOn Is HeRe (U22182)
posted 18 minutes ago
And I’m not saying Boris has got it all right either, I’m just wanting to acknowledge some of the good he’s doing form the sake of the whole country
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Cool, but I dont see how responding with a <yawn> when someone brings up valid criticism of Johnson does you any favours. If you want to come across as someone who isn't "saying Boris has got it all right either", you could actually just agree with the valid criticism, or if you disagree actually offer something constructive.

posted on 26/3/20

The <yawn> comment came after a tirade of people turning this into a debate about the virus and the Government's handling (or even mis-handling) of the situation

I was getting bored with the amount of biased anti-Tory comments and personal insults being thrown around - it wasn’t really something I was interested in arguing about

Unfortunately for your contribution it came just when things started getting personal

posted on 26/3/20

But now I’ve read what you put...

....what a load of d leftie clap-trap




















Only joking mate

posted on 26/3/20

And guess what.....

posted on 26/3/20

100

posted on 26/3/20

comment by ThE ReVoLuTiOn Is HeRe (U22182)
posted 1 hour, 43 minutes ago
My impartiality is looking at some of the facts

The Government are pumping near on a trillion £’s into the Country in one swoop, more so that any other government in history

Rather that continually meaning about getting this and that wrong - where’s the acknowledgement that they’re doing a fantastic job under the most enormous pressure, dealing with a crisis that changes the goalposts on a daily basis

Even Labour are congratulating the Government on their handling of the situation, but for some of their followers all they ever want to do is snipe, complain and criticise - it’s a pretty sad existence really to be so continually negative and miserable
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Pumping in trillions, that the taxpayer will have to fund, to prop up multinationals..

What is it they say to people who fall on hard times, that there shouldn't be a safety net? UC worthless yet half the nation could be on it..

I wonder if businesses will be expected to pay it back this time, like the last time we bailed out businesses

posted on 26/3/20

I suppose we’ll have to see how it all pans out, no point in worrying about hypotheticals

We’ll just have to see - unprecedented times, there’s no right or wrong formula

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