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Forum: Politics Today, 00:34
Replies: 1,574
Views: 48,592
Posted By MARTYM8
Politicalbetting.com is a cross party political...

Politicalbetting.com is a cross party political debating forum - you would do well to check it out as it's probably one of the most insightful there is around about UK politics full of quite a lot of...
Forum: Sport Yesterday, 19:13
Replies: 13,760
Views: 443,013
Posted By MARTYM8
Good win for Murray - so he must surely make the...

Good win for Murray - so he must surely make the o2 now. And Serena vs Simona in Singapore tomorrow.

I am actually off to see Serena tonight (the new film with Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 19:09
Replies: 1,574
Views: 48,592
Posted By MARTYM8
So your answer is to re-elect the same party that...

So your answer is to re-elect the same party that allowed this to happen. Its very relevant - the local Labour council did nothing to help these girls and tried to cover it up for years for reasons...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 19:06
Replies: 1,574
Views: 48,592
Posted By MARTYM8
Apparently Labour are very worried about losing...

Apparently Labour are very worried about losing that PCC by election - more worried than Rotherham Labour politicians appeared to be at the time about those 1,400 victims it would seem. Its an AV...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 19:00
Replies: 33
Views: 1,015
Posted By MARTYM8
Cameron keeps saying he won't pay this by the 1...

Cameron keeps saying he won't pay this by the 1 December deadline - not that he won't ever.

So expect a cave in and payment on December 2nd.

What don't people get - this is the EU. We have agreed...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 18:29
Replies: 27
Views: 776
Posted By MARTYM8
I already have twice in the thread. Blame...

I already have twice in the thread.

Blame governments for their policies - not private individuals or companies independent of the government. So no boycotts for me.

But then I am not a tokenist...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 15:51
Replies: 49
Views: 1,538
Posted By MARTYM8
Perhaps the comment says more about Cameron,...

Perhaps the comment says more about Cameron, Clegg and Miliband. To quote a former tough PM - weak, weak weak!
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 15:48
Replies: 99
Views: 1,967
Posted By MARTYM8
The Liberals did most of that - they gave women...

The Liberals did most of that - they gave women and working men the vote, pensions, free schooling, unemployment benefits etc. The ideas people like Beveridge in 1945 were mostly Liberals too - but...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 11:58
Replies: 7,954
Views: 298,785
Posted By MARTYM8
Why on earth do you think people would be...

Why on earth do you think people would be 'ashamed to say they are voting Labour' - thus depressing their poll results. They are the opposition - and its not 2003 and Iraq war time. - and an...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 11:50
Replies: 99
Views: 1,967
Posted By MARTYM8
He has about as many answers as Labour and the...

He has about as many answers as Labour and the Tories - who say they are going to eliminate the 80bn deficit while cutting taxes and spending more and talking about trivial sums on the...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 11:41
Replies: 1,574
Views: 48,592
Posted By MARTYM8
How insightful. Given that the supposed...

How insightful.

Given that the supposed politically correct parties are happy to leave the majority of young black and Bengali men in London to rot on the dole - I do wonder who really are the...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 11:30
Replies: 99
Views: 1,967
Posted By MARTYM8
Well you aren't going to change anything by...

Well you aren't going to change anything by continuing to vote for parties that have promoted and intend to keep the same system. I have always been curious what Ed Balls and George Osborne get up to...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 11:22
Replies: 27
Views: 776
Posted By MARTYM8
Ohh I expect most of those who opposed the Iraq...

Ohh I expect most of those who opposed the Iraq war are now back voting Labour - and are absolutely outraged at those wicked Lib Dems. Memories are short aren't they - student fees being way more...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 10:51
Replies: 27
Views: 776
Posted By MARTYM8
Why - it's a perfectly logical deduction. If you...

Why - it's a perfectly logical deduction. If you oppose what governments are doing and demand boycotts of their private sector companies why not be consistent and apply it to all countries...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 10:42
Replies: 479
Views: 12,471
Posted By MARTYM8
We include the proceeds of crime in our own...

We include the proceeds of crime in our own official GDP figures - you can't have it both ways. The GDP growth the government is claiming has been assisted by this - Osborne etc cannot have it both...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 10:40
Replies: 4
Views: 223
Posted By MARTYM8
And that is of course correct. There are two...

And that is of course correct.

There are two choices - stay in and accept the rules or get out. All those pro EU types complaining about this 2bn are frankly being disingenous.
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 10:36
Replies: 99
Views: 1,967
Posted By MARTYM8
No one forces you to buy it. You are forced to...

No one forces you to buy it.

You are forced to suffer the impact of the 300bn of QE issued to banks by the government which has hit the young, savers and those with pensions very hard along with...
Forum: Politics Yesterday, 10:28
Replies: 99
Views: 1,967
Posted By MARTYM8
Anyone who saw what happened in the last ten days...

Anyone who saw what happened in the last ten days of the Scottish referendum must have some appreciation of this. Within 48 hours of that yes poll bankers, corporates, the London media, big retailers...
Forum: Politics 24-10-2014, 23:55
Replies: 479
Views: 12,471
Posted By MARTYM8
The UK agreed to the rules sadly and now the EU...

The UK agreed to the rules sadly and now the EU are applying those rules using the data supplied by our Office for National Statistcs,.

Osborne has spent the last few years doing all sorts of...
Forum: Politics 24-10-2014, 20:15
Replies: 27
Views: 776
Posted By MARTYM8
The same people probably opposed the Iraq war....

The same people probably opposed the Iraq war. Did they boycott British and US firms - or do your principles only extend to things that really are gestures and don't really inconvenience you? Cos...
Forum: Politics 24-10-2014, 19:54
Replies: 27
Views: 776
Posted By MARTYM8
Do you think British businesses should have been...

Do you think British businesses should have been boycotted because of new Labours illegal war in Iraq - even the Israelis haven't been responsible for wars that led to 100000 civilians dying. Why are...
Forum: Politics 24-10-2014, 17:44
Replies: 27
Views: 776
Posted By MARTYM8
Don't the Tories vet their candidates before...

Don't the Tories vet their candidates before selection?:D

She was hand picked along with her opponent for the primary in which allegedly around 1700 of the 5700 odd ballots returned (one third)...
Forum: Politics 24-10-2014, 17:35
Replies: 23
Views: 389
Posted By MARTYM8
How did the Finnish and Danish convicted racists,...

How did the Finnish and Danish convicted racists, the Polish and Latvian homophobes, the Bulgarians who want to annex Macedonia and the Germans who want to give toddlers the vote in the Tories ECR...
Forum: Politics 24-10-2014, 16:03
Replies: 49
Views: 1,538
Posted By MARTYM8
Mmm yes - normally there are a handful maybe 1...

Mmm yes - normally there are a handful maybe 1 per cent at most of the ballots spoilt or invalid.

In this case it's nearly one third of the total turnout.

Couldn't you concede that maybe their...
Forum: Politics 24-10-2014, 13:58
Replies: 49
Views: 1,538
Posted By MARTYM8
Interesting information here on the Tory primary...

Interesting information here on the Tory primary in Rochester - you know the one where they mailed every household in the seat with a ballot paper for their candidate choice and the Electoral...
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