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    Because a party is a private organisation...

    Because a party is a private organisation composed of its members.
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    I'm ok with being wrong on this one.

    It's not a hearing. It's a kangaroo court. Regardless of what happens the house will pass the articles of impeachment. Regardless of what happens the senate will acquit.[/QUOTE]

    Quoting for...
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    It's one of the safest seats in the country. Liam...

    It amazes me how this isn't picked up with candidate vetting.[/QUOTE]

    It's one of the safest seats in the country. Liam Byrne holds the seat and won more than 80% of the vote last time. The lib...
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    It's not a hearing. It's a kangaroo court....

    It's not a hearing. It's a kangaroo court. Regardless of what happens the house will pass the articles of impeachment. Regardless of what happens the senate will acquit.
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    Is questioning the Leader and the Party's...

    Is questioning the Leader and the Party's obviously successful brexit strategy permissible now? I thought it was still infallible.
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    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/nov/16/e...

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/nov/16/election-2019-london-polls-show-lib-dem-surge

    Labour's eternal ambivalence on brexit is leading to a London Lib Dem surge, potentially delivering...
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    Intermittent line faults are a feature. This is...

    What the fuck do you think Openreach's network runs on?[/QUOTE]

    Shoelaces and prayer.[/QUOTE]

    The tears of people who have been waiting six weeks for Openreach to get off their ass and fix the...
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    What the fuck do you think Openreach's network...

    What the fuck do you think Openreach's network runs on?
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    Yes. But the important thing is its use at home....

    Yes. But the important thing is its use at home. All the operators will happily sell you home 5g routers now, but there'll come a point where people just stop bothering with home Internet. How many...
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    I will, from the comfort of my urban home where I...

    I will, from the comfort of my urban home where I can choose from at least six pots providers, a cable company, a full fat fibre company and a plethora of mobile companies. Like most people, to some...
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    "Was once a monopoly" is not the same as "is a...

    Have you never heard of Openreach?[/QUOTE]

    "Was once a monopoly" is not the same as "is a natural monopoly", especially when the most common broadband connection is actually to your phone and...
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    Variously: 1) If the government wants to spend...

    Variously:

    1) If the government wants to spend 20Bn on something, paying off BT's shareholders is just about the worst thing they could spend it on
    2) The broadband market in the UK functions...
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    Boris trots out lies about VAT and the trots want...

    Boris trots out lies about VAT and the trots want to nationalise BT to give us all free broadband

    the absolute state of our politics
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    https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/nov/12...

    Because Cambridge Analytica was a SV company.[/QUOTE]

    In every way except location and scale.

    You know, or should know, as well as I do that the shenanigans the social networks themselves get...
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    it might have been - this was a DoS that doesn't...

    it might have been - this was a DoS that doesn't even warrant being recorded by ncsc, so it's something easily capable of being masterminded by someone of her capability
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    I'm not white knighting the british press. Every...

    I'm not white knighting the british press. Every political leader gets attacked. For some of them it sticks. Stop pretending it's the media's fault that Labour has elected successive leaders who...
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    Ah yes, the man who pulled a union-backed fast...

    Ah yes, the man who pulled a union-backed fast one to stab his own brother in the back and then spent good money chiseling his policies into a literal headstone is the one we want to look at as the...
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    Surely the evidence that people support his...

    Surely the evidence that people support his policies by a sizeable majority but have consistently failed to support the man is evidence that the man is in actual fact the problem.
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    That is not what anyone said.

    That is not what anyone said.
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    Given one of those is a practical possibility and...

    Given one of those is a practical possibility and one of those is the deluded fantasy of internet leftish outriders, yes.
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    BXP shenanigans don't really impact the con/lab...

    BXP shenanigans don't really impact the con/lab situation - it might surprise you to learn that Nigel Farage is not that skilled in electoral arithmetic. BXP are standing down in tory seats, and the...
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    lol, yes they are. this election is 100% down to...

    lol, yes they are. this election is 100% down to a single issue. that's why backing it was an idiot's move.
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    This is a childish analysis. The biggest risk to...

    This is a childish analysis. The biggest risk to Labour isn't leavers defecting, it's remainers in leave seats voting for someone else.

    Labour seats might be slightly leave-ish, but labour voters...
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    https://learnpythonthehardway.org/python3/
  25. I wouldn't even go after the VPN operator. I'd...

    I wouldn't even go after the VPN operator. I'd just get my mate who runs the door list at whatever colo DC they're using to let me in on a quiet monday night and stick a usb stick in their servers....
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