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£340k PLUS Legal Costs. A Fvcking Disgrace.

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posted on 5/3/21

comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers have won) (U1850)
posted 56 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by MaHeed'sNippin aka I’m the competent Wullie Collum (U3633)
posted 15 seconds ago
comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 2 minutes ago
Plan of action:

Get the referendum agreed.
Hold the vote on the 12th of July ( considerable number of unionists away burning pallets)
Scotland wins and is independent
Wales follows a year later
Ireland unifies off the back of Scotland & Wales indy.
In despair the NI/Scottish unionists all move to live on Rockall where they create their own wee country.
Scotland vote to remove the Royal family and become a Republic.
Rockall invite the royal family to reign over them.

Jobs a good un
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ffs 😂
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The only fly in the ointment is that Rockall is officially part of Scotland so the Rockall Rangers could still theoretically play in the league - if they can afford the 23 match balls each game lost to the sea.
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Have they signed Christie ?
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Pfft, he can do that from Celtic Park.

One shot in the St Mirren game took out a satellite

comment by Tully1 (U20686)

posted on 5/3/21

Apparently, Test and Trace in England is set to get a further £15 Billion in funding. That brings the total (so far) up to a grand total grand total of £37 Billion.

posted on 5/3/21

Lies being told in U.K. parliament?!

https://goodlawproject.org/update/johnson-misled-parliament/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social%20media&utm_campaign=bj%20uc%200503%20tw

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Tully1 (U20686)
posted 17 minutes ago
Apparently, Test and Trace in England is set to get a further £15 Billion in funding. That brings the total (so far) up to a grand total grand total of £37 Billion.

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Al OST the figure labour wanted to spend over “normal” budget and Tories said it couldn’t be done

posted on 5/3/21

*almost

comment by Tully1 (U20686)

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers have won) (U1850)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by Tully1 (U20686)
posted 17 minutes ago
Apparently, Test and Trace in England is set to get a further £15 Billion in funding. That brings the total (so far) up to a grand total grand total of £37 Billion.

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Al OST the figure labour wanted to spend over “normal” budget and Tories said it couldn’t be done
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Does anyone actually know if this £37 Billion system headed up by a Tory crony actually works yet?

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Tully1 (U20686)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers have won) (U1850)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by Tully1 (U20686)
posted 17 minutes ago
Apparently, Test and Trace in England is set to get a further £15 Billion in funding. That brings the total (so far) up to a grand total grand total of £37 Billion.

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Al OST the figure labour wanted to spend over “normal” budget and Tories said it couldn’t be done
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Does anyone actually know if this £37 Billion system headed up by a Tory crony actually works yet?
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It works for some folks banks

posted on 5/3/21

comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 20 minutes ago
Lies being told in U.K. parliament?!

https://goodlawproject.org/update/johnson-misled-parliament/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social%20media&utm_campaign=bj%20uc%200503%20tw


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I think the precedence of “forgetting” is a well established and accepted practice and defence nowadays.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers h... (U1850)
posted 15 minutes ago
comment by Tully1 (U20686)
posted 17 minutes ago
Apparently, Test and Trace in England is set to get a further £15 Billion in funding. That brings the total (so far) up to a grand total grand total of £37 Billion.

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Al OST the figure labour wanted to spend over “normal” budget and Tories said it couldn’t be done
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Putting a price on people’s lives eh?

Disgraceful.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers h... (U1850)
posted 15 minutes ago
comment by Tully1 (U20686)
posted 17 minutes ago
Apparently, Test and Trace in England is set to get a further £15 Billion in funding. That brings the total (so far) up to a grand total grand total of £37 Billion.

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Al OST the figure labour wanted to spend over “normal” budget and Tories said it couldn’t be done
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Putting a price on people’s lives eh?

Disgraceful.
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Going forward it will be a difficult task for any party to say another parties manifesto is unfundsble
Kinda stolen the Tory Schtic of fiscal prudence

comment by Tully1 (U20686)

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers h... (U1850)
posted 15 minutes ago
comment by Tully1 (U20686)
posted 17 minutes ago
Apparently, Test and Trace in England is set to get a further £15 Billion in funding. That brings the total (so far) up to a grand total grand total of £37 Billion.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Al OST the figure labour wanted to spend over “normal” budget and Tories said it couldn’t be done
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Putting a price on people’s lives eh?

Disgraceful.
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When Boris Johnson oclaimed the UK would have a “world-beating" system to test, track and trace for coronavirus up and running by 1 June 2020' probably nobody thought he was talking about a world-beating budget of £37 Billion for a system that apparently is still not functioning properly.

£37 Billion. Aye they've had to take difficult decisions during this time, 'shall I give this contract to friend, or to one of the family'?

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers h... (U1850)
posted 12 seconds ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers h... (U1850)
posted 15 minutes ago
comment by Tully1 (U20686)
posted 17 minutes ago
Apparently, Test and Trace in England is set to get a further £15 Billion in funding. That brings the total (so far) up to a grand total grand total of £37 Billion.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Al OST the figure labour wanted to spend over “normal” budget and Tories said it couldn’t be done
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Putting a price on people’s lives eh?

Disgraceful.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Going forward it will be a difficult task for any party to say another parties manifesto is unfundsble
Kinda stolen the Tory Schtic of fiscal prudence
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Hmmm. The budget makes it all repayable over the next few short years. I think that’s over the top in all honesty but the bill will be settled sooner rather than later.

And shock horror the bill is being mainly settled by business and the better off. Strange days.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers h... (U1850)
posted 12 seconds ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers h... (U1850)
posted 15 minutes ago
comment by Tully1 (U20686)
posted 17 minutes ago
Apparently, Test and Trace in England is set to get a further £15 Billion in funding. That brings the total (so far) up to a grand total grand total of £37 Billion.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Al OST the figure labour wanted to spend over “normal” budget and Tories said it couldn’t be done
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Putting a price on people’s lives eh?

Disgraceful.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Going forward it will be a difficult task for any party to say another parties manifesto is unfundsble
Kinda stolen the Tory Schtic of fiscal prudence
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Hmmm. The budget makes it all repayable over the next few short years. I think that’s over the top in all honesty but the bill will be settled sooner rather than later.

And shock horror the bill is being mainly settled by business and the better off. Strange days.
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Good template going forward

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 9 minutes ago
comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 20 minutes ago
Lies being told in U.K. parliament?!

https://goodlawproject.org/update/johnson-misled-parliament/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social%20media&utm_campaign=bj%20uc%200503%20tw


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I think the precedence of “forgetting” is a well established and accepted practice and defence nowadays.
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Need to wait and see if that’s his defence then when questioned about it I suppose.

posted on 5/3/21

Can we not just get the Queen and her lot a nice 2up/2down, and put a good dent in the bill by selling all their castles, palaces, art works etc..

posted on 5/3/21

comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 37 seconds ago
Can we not just get the Queen and her lot a nice 2up/2down, and put a good dent in the bill by selling all their castles, palaces, art works etc..
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We will get Andrew his own special room with a bunk bed and TV.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by HB Fash - "like a pack of cards" (U21935)
posted 42 seconds ago
comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 37 seconds ago
Can we not just get the Queen and her lot a nice 2up/2down, and put a good dent in the bill by selling all their castles, palaces, art works etc..
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We will get Andrew his own special room with a bunk bed and TV.
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She will have the hoose to hersel soon
Gets a cooncil tax discount I think

posted on 5/3/21

comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 7 minutes ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 9 minutes ago
comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 20 minutes ago
Lies being told in U.K. parliament?!

https://goodlawproject.org/update/johnson-misled-parliament/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social%20media&utm_campaign=bj%20uc%200503%20tw


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I think the precedence of “forgetting” is a well established and accepted practice and defence nowadays.
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Need to wait and see if that’s his defence then when questioned about it I suppose.
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Yeah.

Or he could just outright lie.

I think that precedence has also been set 😎

comment by Tully1 (U20686)

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 37 seconds ago
comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 7 minutes ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 9 minutes ago
comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 20 minutes ago
Lies being told in U.K. parliament?!

https://goodlawproject.org/update/johnson-misled-parliament/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social%20media&utm_campaign=bj%20uc%200503%20tw


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I think the precedence of “forgetting” is a well established and accepted practice and defence nowadays.
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Need to wait and see if that’s his defence then when questioned about it I suppose.
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Yeah.

Or he could just outright lie.

I think that precedence has also been set 😎
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Agreed 100% He has set that precedent before when he lied and got caught out. He's been sacked twice for lying if memory serves me correctly. Boris Johnson is a proven serial liar.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 5/3/21

Labour openly said it was £83bn - all accounted for by tax rises. Tories claimed the real cost was £1.2trn.

Anyways, according to gov data we've performed 90m covid tests - presumably paid for by the current £22bn? On testing alone that would equate to £244 per test. As private PCR tests are around £120 once you throw in the tracing it maybe doesn't seem such a stretch? Of course much of the testing is cheaper lateral flow at £10-30 though I think positoves are followed up with PCR?

Dunno - I'd be more suspicious of folk claiming some countries are doing it all for a few million.
https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/testing

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers have won) (U1850)
posted 9 minutes ago
comment by HB Fash - "like a pack of cards" (U21935)
posted 42 seconds ago
comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 37 seconds ago
Can we not just get the Queen and her lot a nice 2up/2down, and put a good dent in the bill by selling all their castles, palaces, art works etc..
----------------------------------------------------------------------
We will get Andrew his own special room with a bunk bed and TV.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
She will have the hoose to hersel soon
Gets a cooncil tax discount I think
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posted on 5/3/21

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 3 minutes ago
Labour openly said it was £83bn - all accounted for by tax rises. Tories claimed the real cost was £1.2trn.

Anyways, according to gov data we've performed 90m covid tests - presumably paid for by the current £22bn? On testing alone that would equate to £244 per test. As private PCR tests are around £120 once you throw in the tracing it maybe doesn't seem such a stretch? Of course much of the testing is cheaper lateral flow at £10-30 though I think positoves are followed up with PCR?

Dunno - I'd be more suspicious of folk claiming some countries are doing it all for a few million.
https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/testing

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Don’t for goodness sake.

Let them enjoy their daily redtop rag highlights. They believe them bless.

The fact that we are by far the most successful country in getting out of a worldwide pandemic has zero interest to them when they can bandy around numbers you can’t even put on a calculator far less have an inkling as to what the number should be.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 34 seconds ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 3 minutes ago
Labour openly said it was £83bn - all accounted for by tax rises. Tories claimed the real cost was £1.2trn.

Anyways, according to gov data we've performed 90m covid tests - presumably paid for by the current £22bn? On testing alone that would equate to £244 per test. As private PCR tests are around £120 once you throw in the tracing it maybe doesn't seem such a stretch? Of course much of the testing is cheaper lateral flow at £10-30 though I think positoves are followed up with PCR?

Dunno - I'd be more suspicious of folk claiming some countries are doing it all for a few million.
https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/testing

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Don’t for goodness sake.

Let them enjoy their daily redtop rag highlights. They believe them bless.

The fact that we are by far the most successful country in getting out of a worldwide pandemic has zero interest to them when they can bandy around numbers you can’t even put on a calculator far less have an inkling as to what the number should be.
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The Govt have fooked up from the start
That the vaccine roll out is going well is their get out of jail card
Had Starmer not been an obsequious coont maybe labour could have held them to account
He opposed lime Lena Zavarroni wrestling Michelle McManus
Fud of a man

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 5/3/21

It is going to be an inefficient system. Pay to secure lab capacity months ahead you might not necessarily use.

By your own admission, you were surprised Zach was getting £12 an hour to tell folk where to stand.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 3 minutes ago
Labour openly said it was £83bn - all accounted for by tax rises. Tories claimed the real cost was £1.2trn.

Anyways, according to gov data we've performed 90m covid tests - presumably paid for by the current £22bn? On testing alone that would equate to £244 per test. As private PCR tests are around £120 once you throw in the tracing it maybe doesn't seem such a stretch? Of course much of the testing is cheaper lateral flow at £10-30 though I think positoves are followed up with PCR?

Dunno - I'd be more suspicious of folk claiming some countries are doing it all for a few million.
https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/testing

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Don’t for goodness sake.

Let them enjoy their daily redtop rag highlights. They believe them bless.

The fact that we are by far the most successful country in getting out of a worldwide pandemic has zero interest to them when they can bandy around numbers you can’t even put on a calculator far less have an inkling as to what the number should be.
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New Zealand? Australia?

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