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twoleftfeet 7:50 Wed May 22
General Election - July 2024
This appears to be the rumour on Sky.

An easy win for Starmer and some big names losing their seats.

The Country needs a change but is it going to get one?

The thought of seeing that annoying Beth Rigby for 6 weeks though is a horrifying thought.

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Hammer and Pickle 12:59 Thu Jun 20
Re: General Election - July 2024
See?

The more you think the worse it gets.

Maybe you and your like really shouldn’t be entrusted with a vote after all.

only1billybonds 12:24 Thu Jun 20
Re: General Election - July 2024
It's very amusing though fourpence, you spend years threatening to grass people up then someone actually dobs you in to the council for sub letting one of their hovels.

Acceptable grassing I think that's called.

Hammer and Pickle 12:19 Thu Jun 20
Re: General Election - July 2024
Or maybe ROTHERHITHE?

Try to avoid thinking, braincell - it obviously confuses you.

only1billybonds 11:28 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
Fourpence, I thought you were sub letting in CAMBERWELL ?

Texas Iron 11:24 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
D
How’s your Brexit joyride. Getting on…???

Texas Iron 11:24 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
So…a

How’s your Brexit joyride. Getting on…???

Leavemyarcelona 11:05 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
As long as reform become opposition to nazi labour i will be happy

Hammer and Pickle 10:55 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
Nah, that will just arouse it even more, Midnight Plum. Better try the imaginary sub-let council flat in Southwark instead.

Dwight Van Mann 10:48 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
Hammer and Pickle 10:18 Wed Jun 19

now, now Pickle play nice or we'll have to talk about your trans kid

Hammer and Pickle 10:18 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
No need Sugar Tits, it’s already happening and no mistake.

Just make a good show of it - maybe your testosterone imbalanced daughter is getting the proper meds and won’t give you a clump.

Dwight Van Mann 10:11 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
Hammer and Pickle 10:04 Wed Jun 19


Pic of you with your postal vote in your right hand.

Holding a carp under your left arm.

And balancing a cabbage on your head or it's not happening.

Hammer and Pickle 10:04 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
Ah bless - at least its easier to wind you up than to vote in a UK GE, my old Cabbage.

Dwight Van Mann 9:48 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
Hammer and Pickle 9:40 Wed Jun 19


Stop with this farce,

Nobody believes you will be voting.

Hammer and Pickle 9:40 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
Don’t know about this COMPULSION. The Royal Borough of Greenwich, having accepted my registration to vote, is now considering my application to cast it by post. Nice email exchange with CATHY mind you - there is still a refreshingly personal touch about English official practice, which I miss.

WHU(Exeter) 12:10 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
SoH, spot on.

The argument makes no sense. If you feel that you will not be represented and have lost all faith in the political system, then you can't complain?

How does that work?

Similarly a similar dullard argument, that if you don't vote, then you are betraying those who fought for the right to vote. The people who come out with this, seem to miss the words 'RIGHT TO' and have seeminly replaced it with 'COMPULSION TO'. We do not live in a communist state.

It's tiresome.

Side of Ham 11:38 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
Why can’t you still complain when it’s fact you are guaranteed it will be either of the 2 main parties voted in again to fuck it up? Seems the youth have had enough and until there is a definitive move away from these 2 it will be a waste of time.

Those that don’t vote can crack on moaning about a need for change away from the shit show these main parties have provided for DECADES……

1964 10:15 Wed Jun 19
Re: General Election - July 2024
The real Labour manifesto:
Work hard, provide for your family, and pay your taxes and we'll give it to those that don't.

Fauxstralian 4:15 Tue Jun 18
Re: General Election - July 2024
Last day to register to vote
Two thirds ONLY of 18-24yo's are currently registered compared to 96% of pensioners. Though can imagine all 18-24yo's are signed up for LOVE ISLAND updates & Taylor Swift tickets
Dont vote ... dont complain

Mike Oxsaw 5:06 Tue Jun 18
Re: General Election - July 2024
It's quite telling that when the right "orchestrate" something in the belief that it will save societal values in THEIR country that they feel are under threat, the best the left can do in response is stamp around in support of a terrorist state and/or glue themselves to the road.

By the way, is lager popular or populist?

Hammer and Pickle 1:33 Tue Jun 18
Re: General Election - July 2024
Pretty obvious what this kind of orchistrated migration has got to do with nutjob extreme-right populism and its vote, Lotus Fanny.

Dwight Van Mann 1:00 Tue Jun 18
Re: General Election - July 2024
Hammer and Pickle 11:48 Mon Jun 17


These things do not concern you.
This, which you choose to ignore, however does...


https://www.irishnews.com/news/world/poland-reintroduces-restrictions-along-belarus-border-due-to-migration-pressures-R5H2Y32AY5KCHNBDBYCZDLYTIU/

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