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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparq View Post
    Apparently Boris & fiends have handed over a whole bunch of NHS patient data over to Amazon to datamine, for free* but don't worry lads it's anonymous**.

    *the problem not being so much it had financial value but
    **not really
    You see, Boris was telling the truth when he said the NHS wasn't for sale. He's giving it away for free!

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    Quote Originally Posted by evil edna View Post
    Without Corbyn and with an actual stance against brexit theyd have done better
    Yeah, after all they did so much better under Miliband.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    Don't worry, we can deal with that under GDP...oh.

    Meanwhile a Tory advisor walks into a protester at a hospital and all the media mouthpieces fall over themselves to report the Tory line of it being an 'attack' then fall over themselves again to retract as it turns out there was video of the incident.
    "I'm too tired to punch you today Baldrick, so you'll have to run into my fist instead"

    "Right you are, Mr B"

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    And then at the same time you've got this child on the floor thing.

    And on the one hand you have the CMO of the Trust admitting that the child was placed into a room with no bed and left there, but on the other hand you've got a load of sockpuppet accounts claming they have a friend who's a nurse at 'Leeds Hospital' (it was Leeds General Infirmary) saying it was all a lie, and the journalists are falling over themselves to go "well it's impossible to know what the truth is".

    I've never been more convinced that the Tories are going to win, and win heavily. We get the government we deserve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evil edna View Post
    Without Corbyn and with an actual stance against brexit theyd have done better
    Quote Originally Posted by Lachesis VII View Post

    I really don’t see the problem with Corbyn or with Labour’s campaign.

    You’d have to be brain dead to vote Tory, and everyone else is just pushing liberal bullshit, so... how is Labour not winning by default?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kai View Post
    Most of humanity is functionally brain dead.
    The excuses are coming in early I see.

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    Less of an excuse, more of an observation.

    You're the only one openly for the Tories and you're thick as pig shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    And then at the same time you've got this child on the floor thing.

    And on the one hand you have the CMO of the Trust admitting that the child was placed into a room with no bed and left there, but on the other hand you've got a load of sockpuppet accounts claming they have a friend who's a nurse at 'Leeds Hospital' (it was Leeds General Infirmary) saying it was all a lie, and the journalists are falling over themselves to go "well it's impossible to know what the truth is".

    I've never been more convinced that the Tories are going to win, and win heavily. We get the government we deserve.
    Boris refusing to look at the picture and then putting the reporter's phone in his pocket should have been his bigotgate moment, but for some reason the media aren't going after him with the same gusto they did Brown in 2010.

    I'm not sure why, it's one of life's imponderables. I mean, it's not as though they're all Tories or anything.
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    I hope this embed works with this video site as well:
    https://embed.indavideo.hu/player/video/68bf9cb165

    80% is in English, just a Hungarian journalist walking the streets of Belfast last week and asking around of the Brexit effects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    And then at the same time you've got this child on the floor thing.

    And on the one hand you have the CMO of the Trust admitting that the child was placed into a room with no bed and left there, but on the other hand you've got a load of sockpuppet accounts claming they have a friend who's a nurse at 'Leeds Hospital' (it was Leeds General Infirmary) saying it was all a lie, and the journalists are falling over themselves to go "well it's impossible to know what the truth is".

    I've never been more convinced that the Tories are going to win, and win heavily. We get the government we deserve.
    Boris refusing to look at the picture and then putting the reporter's phone in his pocket should have been his bigotgate moment, but for some reason the media aren't going after him with the same gusto they did Brown in 2010.

    I'm not sure why, it's one of life's imponderables. I mean, it's not as though they're all Tories or anything.
    For real tho, even as a non-national the spin on the BBC when it comes to Boris/Corbyn is becoming painfully obvious. I can only imagine how bad the tabloids are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilalaunebör View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    And then at the same time you've got this child on the floor thing.

    And on the one hand you have the CMO of the Trust admitting that the child was placed into a room with no bed and left there, but on the other hand you've got a load of sockpuppet accounts claming they have a friend who's a nurse at 'Leeds Hospital' (it was Leeds General Infirmary) saying it was all a lie, and the journalists are falling over themselves to go "well it's impossible to know what the truth is".

    I've never been more convinced that the Tories are going to win, and win heavily. We get the government we deserve.
    Boris refusing to look at the picture and then putting the reporter's phone in his pocket should have been his bigotgate moment, but for some reason the media aren't going after him with the same gusto they did Brown in 2010.

    I'm not sure why, it's one of life's imponderables. I mean, it's not as though they're all Tories or anything.
    For real tho, even as a non-national the spin on the BBC when it comes to Boris/Corbyn is becoming painfully obvious. I can only imagine how bad the tabloids are.
    Now you're beginning to understand brexit


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    Latest ICM poll has the Tories down to a 6% lead. At this stage in 2017, ICM had them 11 points ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lilalaunebör View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    And then at the same time you've got this child on the floor thing.

    And on the one hand you have the CMO of the Trust admitting that the child was placed into a room with no bed and left there, but on the other hand you've got a load of sockpuppet accounts claming they have a friend who's a nurse at 'Leeds Hospital' (it was Leeds General Infirmary) saying it was all a lie, and the journalists are falling over themselves to go "well it's impossible to know what the truth is".

    I've never been more convinced that the Tories are going to win, and win heavily. We get the government we deserve.
    Boris refusing to look at the picture and then putting the reporter's phone in his pocket should have been his bigotgate moment, but for some reason the media aren't going after him with the same gusto they did Brown in 2010.

    I'm not sure why, it's one of life's imponderables. I mean, it's not as though they're all Tories or anything.
    For real tho, even as a non-national the spin on the BBC when it comes to Boris/Corbyn is becoming painfully obvious. I can only imagine how bad the tabloids are.
    Now you're beginning to understand brexit
    And it all leads back to call me Dave, who, wisely for his party, refused to implement Levenson 1, and then refused to do Levenson 2 after the convictions.

    All but two or three of the major press are designed to keep the Tories in power, and Tony Hall is so scared for the BBC, he can't countenance serious criticism of the Tories either.

    Had this not been the case, Brexit would have never even come up.

    Here is some good news though: The Torygraph is near bankruptcy (they still can't find a buyer for it), Fail and Fail on Sunday are losing readers at an alarming rate (Greig and Verity have not turned the ship around), the Sun is struggling as well, the evening standard has sold out to the Russians and the Chinese and is still in the red, the Spectator, the Mirror, all are in serious trouble financially. Yes, the dirty digger, the Rothermere's and the Barclays have deep pockets. They're also old, and if no one wants to read their propaganda anymore, what's the point? And as the Torygraph shows, who's gonna pick up when they're finally dead? These right-wing garbage newspapers? They're really struggling. And even if the Tories win this election, they're gonna fall over pretty soon. And good riddance too.

    The problem is: it's not because people have had enough of their bullshit. It's because they can't compete against the 'false news' spread on social media and the internet. It's not the BBC either. It's the fact that something like 70% of the electorate get their news (and opinions) from the internet these days. The dead-tree press is just for old people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Latest ICM poll has the Tories down to a 6% lead. At this stage in 2017, ICM had them 11 points ahead.
    I can see their latest poll (5) has them with a 7 point lead. I saw reference to the latest poll in Reuters stating 6 but can't see the actual poll data this is referring to

    https://www.icmunlimited.com/our-wor...n-2019-poll-5/

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    If you want to see what real press collaboration looks like, today Guido published a video that he'd sat his fat arse on for weeks, showing a shadow cabinet minister being honest, at exactly the right time Boris needs another dead cat to distract from that little bit of NHS bother. The BBC's problem is just incompetence.

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    The BBC's incompetence is only that they've made their interest in supporting the tory party overtly obvious over the past couple of weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elmicker View Post
    The BBC's problem is just incompetence.
    It's uncanny how their incompetence always favours one side.

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    Rumour has it Boris is planning a surprise visit to LGI. That will go down well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    And then at the same time you've got this child on the floor thing.

    And on the one hand you have the CMO of the Trust admitting that the child was placed into a room with no bed and left there, but on the other hand you've got a load of sockpuppet accounts claming they have a friend who's a nurse at 'Leeds Hospital' (it was Leeds General Infirmary) saying it was all a lie, and the journalists are falling over themselves to go "well it's impossible to know what the truth is".

    I've never been more convinced that the Tories are going to win, and win heavily. We get the government we deserve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartholomeus Crane View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lilalaunebör View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    And then at the same time you've got this child on the floor thing.

    And on the one hand you have the CMO of the Trust admitting that the child was placed into a room with no bed and left there, but on the other hand you've got a load of sockpuppet accounts claming they have a friend who's a nurse at 'Leeds Hospital' (it was Leeds General Infirmary) saying it was all a lie, and the journalists are falling over themselves to go "well it's impossible to know what the truth is".

    I've never been more convinced that the Tories are going to win, and win heavily. We get the government we deserve.
    Boris refusing to look at the picture and then putting the reporter's phone in his pocket should have been his bigotgate moment, but for some reason the media aren't going after him with the same gusto they did Brown in 2010.

    I'm not sure why, it's one of life's imponderables. I mean, it's not as though they're all Tories or anything.
    For real tho, even as a non-national the spin on the BBC when it comes to Boris/Corbyn is becoming painfully obvious. I can only imagine how bad the tabloids are.
    Now you're beginning to understand brexit
    And it all leads back to call me Dave, who, wisely for his party, refused to implement Levenson 1, and then refused to do Levenson 2 after the convictions.

    All but two or three of the major press are designed to keep the Tories in power, and Tony Hall is so scared for the BBC, he can't countenance serious criticism of the Tories either.

    Had this not been the case, Brexit would have never even come up.

    Here is some good news though: The Torygraph is near bankruptcy (they still can't find a buyer for it), Fail and Fail on Sunday are losing readers at an alarming rate (Greig and Verity have not turned the ship around), the Sun is struggling as well, the evening standard has sold out to the Russians and the Chinese and is still in the red, the Spectator, the Mirror, all are in serious trouble financially. Yes, the dirty digger, the Rothermere's and the Barclays have deep pockets. They're also old, and if no one wants to read their propaganda anymore, what's the point? And as the Torygraph shows, who's gonna pick up when they're finally dead? These right-wing garbage newspapers? They're really struggling. And even if the Tories win this election, they're gonna fall over pretty soon. And good riddance too.

    The problem is: it's not because people have had enough of their bullshit. It's because they can't compete against the 'false news' spread on social media and the internet. It's not the BBC either. It's the fact that something like 70% of the electorate get their news (and opinions) from the internet these days. The dead-tree press is just for old people.
    Well, it will be enough to push the Tories into power and do a proper brexit where all public assets will be sold to the russians and the chinease and the inner tory circle will reap nice personal paychecks from it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartholomeus Crane View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lilalaunebör View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    And then at the same time you've got this child on the floor thing.

    And on the one hand you have the CMO of the Trust admitting that the child was placed into a room with no bed and left there, but on the other hand you've got a load of sockpuppet accounts claming they have a friend who's a nurse at 'Leeds Hospital' (it was Leeds General Infirmary) saying it was all a lie, and the journalists are falling over themselves to go "well it's impossible to know what the truth is".

    I've never been more convinced that the Tories are going to win, and win heavily. We get the government we deserve.
    Boris refusing to look at the picture and then putting the reporter's phone in his pocket should have been his bigotgate moment, but for some reason the media aren't going after him with the same gusto they did Brown in 2010.

    I'm not sure why, it's one of life's imponderables. I mean, it's not as though they're all Tories or anything.
    For real tho, even as a non-national the spin on the BBC when it comes to Boris/Corbyn is becoming painfully obvious. I can only imagine how bad the tabloids are.
    Now you're beginning to understand brexit
    And it all leads back to call me Dave, who, wisely for his party, refused to implement Levenson 1, and then refused to do Levenson 2 after the convictions.

    All but two or three of the major press are designed to keep the Tories in power, and Tony Hall is so scared for the BBC, he can't countenance serious criticism of the Tories either.

    Had this not been the case, Brexit would have never even come up.

    Here is some good news though: The Torygraph is near bankruptcy (they still can't find a buyer for it), Fail and Fail on Sunday are losing readers at an alarming rate (Greig and Verity have not turned the ship around), the Sun is struggling as well, the evening standard has sold out to the Russians and the Chinese and is still in the red, the Spectator, the Mirror, all are in serious trouble financially. Yes, the dirty digger, the Rothermere's and the Barclays have deep pockets. They're also old, and if no one wants to read their propaganda anymore, what's the point? And as the Torygraph shows, who's gonna pick up when they're finally dead? These right-wing garbage newspapers? They're really struggling. And even if the Tories win this election, they're gonna fall over pretty soon. And good riddance too.

    The problem is: it's not because people have had enough of their bullshit. It's because they can't compete against the 'false news' spread on social media and the internet. It's not the BBC either. It's the fact that something like 70% of the electorate get their news (and opinions) from the internet these days. The dead-tree press is just for old people.
    Well, it will be enough to push the Tories into power and do a proper brexit where all public assets will be sold to the russians and the chinease and the inner tory circle will reap nice personal paychecks from it all.

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