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    Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

    Posted by The Outsider on 7/9/2019, 21:26:10

      Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

      Posted by JR Hartley on 7/9/2019, 21:35:32, in reply to "Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"

      Ruddy hell 🤦‍♀️

        Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

        Posted by Realistic on 7/9/2019, 21:35:31, in reply to "Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"



        This government is comedy gold.

          Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

          Posted by The Outsider on 7/9/2019, 21:41:56, in reply to "Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"

          Yet they are still 1/2 to get most seats at the next election with Labour at 3/1.

            Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

            Posted by Realistic on 7/9/2019, 21:53:20, in reply to "Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"

            Right but two things:

            1) They need a majority or very near. A result with them winning 280/290 seats would pay out on that bet, but end up with Corbyn as PM.

            2) It’s by no means guaranteed anymore that an election is forthcoming - indeed we might see a VONC soon and if a coalition can muster up a majority (which looks a lot more likely than it did 10 days ago) then that’s this government done for.

              Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

              Posted by Andy on 8/9/2019, 3:38:23, in reply to "Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"

              This government maybe comedy gold but Corbyn and Abbott, seriously, my sides are splitting and so would the rest of the world if these 2 clowns were in government!

              Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

              Posted by SAHB on 7/9/2019, 22:25:14, in reply to "Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"

              I am torn, between wanting this all to be over, deal or no deal, preferably the former. and wanting it to go on and watch BJ get what he deserves, he has to be the biggest prick to have ever been in number ten.
              As I have said before the whole thing is totally unnecessary.
              Life has never been better in the history of man, and we go and #### it up for future generations.

              Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

              Posted by The Outsider on 7/9/2019, 22:19:37, in reply to "Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"

              Whilst I accept completely what you are saying, the point that I am making is that you would expect the opposition to be massively odds on to get the most seats yet they are not even favourites, or anywhere close to being favourites, despite the problems that the current Government have had throughout their time in office. Conservatives are between 8/5 and 2/1 to get an overall majority whereas Labour are between 9/1 and 11/1.

              Also, if they get 280/290 seats, it would depend on the split of the others. If, for example, the Brexit Party had 30/40 seats, it would probably be enough.

                Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

                Posted by Godders on 7/9/2019, 23:10:43, in reply to "Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"

                Under our current system of FPTP its unlikely that Brexit will get anything like that number even if they poll that percentage of the total vote.

                And that is why FPTP is actually not a particularly democratic way to form a government. Many people who voted leave and suggest that wanting a 2nd people's vote conveniently seem to forget this.

                  Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

                  Posted by Andy on 8/9/2019, 3:40:48, in reply to "Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"

                  FPTP! ####ING HELL ARE YOU THE ONLY PERSON WHO KNOWS WTF THIS STANDS FOR?

                  Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

                  Posted by The Outsider on 8/9/2019, 1:16:56, in reply to "Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"

                  Many people who voted leave and suggest that wanting a 2nd people's vote conveniently seem to forget this.

                  I have read this several times and I still can't work out what you are trying to say.

                  The problem with proportional representation is the loss of local representation. Do you know who your MEPs are - I have no idea who they are.

                  Systems where you put candidates in order will probably not change the fairness or give the smaller parties any more MPs.

                Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)

                Posted by Todd1433 on 7/9/2019, 22:17:01, in reply to "Re: Department for Work and Pensions in his blood ? (n/t)"

                Heheh, is it me or has “in his blood” now completely replaced “Newell to”?!

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