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Q: 2017/18 Carabao Cup Spurs (a)
a. It's Wembley we have a decent record on the hallowed turf a& all we need is another Maiga, win
16%
  
b. There's no draws in this comp so what chance do we have, lose
23%
  
c. Forget the game, we'll always be a laughing stock while those idiots in the Boardroom still own the Club, SELL SELL SELL
50%
  
d. How great is this another game live on the box, so it's back down the Pub full kit on and roaring the boys onto another win, cut me and I bleed claret & blue
11%
  



Gavros 6:35 Sun Jan 25
Green government would let people join IS or Al Qaida
Barmy fuckers

People in Britain would legally be allowed to join terrorist groups such as Islamic State and Al-Qaida under the Green Party, its leader has confirmed.

Speaking on BBC's Daily Politics show, Natalie Bennett said that people should be free to think what they want, though warned that anyone inciting or committing acts of violence would feel the "full extent of the law".
"What we want to do is make sure we are not punishing people for what they think or what they believe," she said.
Bennett also spoke about plans to reduce the army - replacing it with a smaller home defence force.

She added that the Greens would progressively ease immigration controls.

"What we have to do is stop the race to the bottom on immigration rhetoric that we have been hearing, led by Ukip and sadly followed by the other [parties]," she said.

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Coffee 7:44 Mon Jan 26
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Kale, spinach, chard. Easy.

Fifth Column 7:41 Mon Jan 26
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claretandbluedagger 11:15 Sun Jan 25
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They have been polling highly, but that's mainly from just pushing Caroline Lucas and, to a lesser extent, Natalie Bennett. I can't imagine many people would be able to name other leading Greens.


C&BB - I am quite political and I don't know who Natalie Bennett is, never mind anyone else in the Green Party.

After8 7:31 Mon Jan 26
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She's bonkers.

This comment though won't lose her votes just in the same way farage can get away with whatever he says too.

The people voting green will switch off.

Coffee 6:34 Mon Jan 26
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Monk~koknee 4:48 Mon Jan 26

The Tea Party.

Sven Roeder 5:04 Mon Jan 26
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Presumably it's the policy of the other parties that people SHOULDNT be able to join ISIS & Al Queda?
I look forward to the PM coming to Parliament to explain how he is doing in delivering that policy. And to apologise if he is failing

Monk~koknee 4:48 Mon Jan 26
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I will pledge support to the party that promises to ban everything in the name of freedom.

Ronald_antly 4:08 Mon Jan 26
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So freedom of expression is no longer flavour of the month then?

RIP Charlie.

SilverSurfer 1:18 Mon Jan 26
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No crime to belong to Islamic State, al-Qaida or IRA, says Green party leader
The Guardian‎ - 5 hours ago
'We do not protect freedom by destroying it,' said Green party leader Natalie Bennett.
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not the sharpest knife in the draw then?

mallard 1:10 Mon Jan 26
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I'm tempted to vote The Greens this year, simply because the candidate for my constituency, has a lot of positive interest in our town

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:01 Mon Jan 26
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alphaharps 12:44 Mon Jan 26

'and with that from the Greens, Labour is handed a nice little 2% boost '

More probably - unless the Lib Dems claw some back

Ronald_antly 12:53 Mon Jan 26
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Sven Roeder wrote...

"And the Australian Prime Minister is English "

Tony Abbott is 57 years old, and has lived in Australia since the age of 2.


He is AUSTRALIAN.

alphaharps 12:44 Mon Jan 26
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and with that from the Greens, Labour is handed a nice little 2% boost

BRANDED 12:42 Mon Jan 26
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Best to know who the cunts are?

The Kronic 12:38 Mon Jan 26
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Fuck me! I take back my previous comment about I might vote Green, despite them being a bunch of badly dressed middle class tree hippies.

She's lost the plot! And lost her party any hope of increased MPs.

Reality Cheques 12:25 Mon Jan 26
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"If it wasnt for the Green Party I would not be voting this time as I am sick of the bullshit that the other parties 'Promise' and NEVER deliver..."

Thank God for that as I'm not sure how the country would have survived otherwise.

I'm sure the Greens will deliver your every wish.

Alex V 11:22 Sun Jan 25
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Is politics about number of personalities? Brand awareness?

Hammer to fall 11:21 Sun Jan 25
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Poor old Winston must be turning in his grave, 50 years on,

Reality Cheques 11:20 Sun Jan 25
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Just watched the interview & did listen to her answers & had to smile.

However, she's about as dangerous as Nicey.

claretandbluedagger 11:15 Sun Jan 25
Re: Green government would let people join IS or Al Qaida
They have been polling highly, but that's mainly from just pushing Caroline Lucas and, to a lesser extent, Natalie Bennett. I can't imagine many people would be able to name other leading Greens.

Alex V 10:27 Sun Jan 25
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>>> It's just the rest of the party that isn't winning much support.

I think they're polling higher than they have been for 25 years+.

Reality Cheques 10:23 Sun Jan 25
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Understand that Alex.

In general I wouldn't disagree with what you've stated in principle & particularly with your last sentence.

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