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Dwayne Pipes wrote: Fri Sep 30, 2022 9:23 am Truss and Kwarteng making a complete fuck up
then blaming bad decisions on other factors without actually blaming themselves for this fucking fiasco.

Straight out of the David Moyes training manual.
Blaming everyone else but yourself does seem to be a national fucking pastime with us English I'm afraid mate.
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palerider wrote: Fri Sep 30, 2022 7:06 am
Brookbonds73 wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 1:07 pm

Sticking door my tush.
She's baracaded herself in and been rogering herself senseless with a delux rampant rabbit.
You can tell by the way she struts around like a gaucho whose been in the saddle for days that she's been at herself.
Jodhpurs well and truly ruined.
I know my good man.
My batman outfit's in tatters.
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Lunatic Liz has her own questions for those who think she is just a thicko and a clapped out drab:

Mortgages are so silly aren’t they?
Why can’t poor people just be rich?
Why can’t people on benefits simply not be?
What’s your favourite colour?
What’s your favourite brand of caviar?

...what is a VONC?

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Cannot wait to watch The Last Leg tonight.

Always a great show and some funny moments that talk about politics, though Josh Widdicombe can sometimes get on my tits as he loves to interrupt people speaking.

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Noni wrote: Fri Sep 30, 2022 3:33 pm Cannot wait to watch The Last Leg tonight.

Always a great show and some funny moments that talk about politics, though Josh Widdicombe can sometimes get on my tits as he loves to interrupt people speaking.
I'd take a blowtorch to that odious little bastard.
And that's on a good day.
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Great leadership shown by Truss already.

Thrown the chancellor under a bus after 1 week, saying it was his decision to reduce 45% to 40%.

Comical.

Politicians in this country really are the at the shitty end of human beings.
It’s not what you do it is the way that you do it.

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Towie wrote: Sun Oct 02, 2022 4:10 pm Great leadership shown by Truss already.

Thrown the chancellor under a bus after 1 week, saying it was his decision to reduce 45% to 40%.

Comical.

Politicians in this country really are the at the shitty end of human beings.
Nonsense my good man. It shows leadershiop in the traditional British spirit of blaming some other poor bastard, or group of bastards, instead of facing up to failures oneself.. It is the reason people like her have subordinates.

FFS if she had held her hands up and accepted any criticism the country, not to mention the financial markets, would have been thrown into chaos by a U turn of epic proportions.
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Whiskyman wrote: Wed Oct 05, 2022 2:52 pm
Towie wrote: Sun Oct 02, 2022 4:10 pm Great leadership shown by Truss already.

Thrown the chancellor under a bus after 1 week, saying it was his decision to reduce 45% to 40%.

Comical.

Politicians in this country really are the at the shitty end of human beings.
Nonsense my good man. It shows leadershiop in the traditional British spirit of blaming some other poor bastard, or group of bastards, instead of facing up to failures oneself.. It is the reason people like her have subordinates.

FFS if she had held her hands up and accepted any criticism the country, not to mention the financial markets, would have been thrown into chaos by a U turn of epic proportions.
Think you would find the great British public more forgiving if she had held her hands up.
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Towie wrote: Wed Oct 05, 2022 6:42 pm
Whiskyman wrote: Wed Oct 05, 2022 2:52 pm

Nonsense my good man. It shows leadershiop in the traditional British spirit of blaming some other poor bastard, or group of bastards, instead of facing up to failures oneself.. It is the reason people like her have subordinates.

FFS if she had held her hands up and accepted any criticism the country, not to mention the financial markets, would have been thrown into chaos by a U turn of epic proportions.
Think you would find the great British public more forgiving if she had held her hands up.
True. But when was the last time that happened. ?
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Relieved that Jeremy Hunt has been made Chancellor. Not that I especially like him or anything, I was just worried they might be about to ask me.

I gather that 10 and 11 Downing Street are being fitted with revolving doors.

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