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by Sid
5 days ago
Forum: The Commons
Topic: Just 24 hours left
Replies: 664
Views: 13962

Re: Just 24 hours left

The Sunday military coup in Bolivia has put in place a government which appears likely to reverse a decision by just-resigned President Evo Morales to cancel an agreement with a German company for developing lithium deposits in the Latin American country for batteries like those in electric cars. "...
by Sid
5 days ago
Forum: The Commons
Topic: General Election December 12th
Replies: 17
Views: 130

Re: General Election December 12th

still waiting for my registration for a postal vote to happen... won't be surprised if it somehow doesn't given the constituency i'm registered in is a tory stronghold Yeah there's all kinds of fraudulent shit going on. I've had a fuck about with postal voting previously, and they fucked up my brex...
by Sid
5 days ago
Forum: The Commons
Topic: General Election December 12th
Replies: 17
Views: 130

Re: General Election December 12th

Can't help but notice a sea change in politics. The last few elections have been based around cuts. It's all been 'sorry but there's just not enough money to keep your child heart surgery unit open' while google, amazon, eton etc pay about 20 quid in tax collectively But this election is all about s...
by Sid
6 days ago
Forum: The Commons
Topic: General Election December 12th
Replies: 17
Views: 130

Re: General Election December 12th

Also, got to say Corbyn is appearing a lot more in the election news coverage this time around compared to the last election when he and labour were shut out by the media. They gave coverage to all other parties (neolib) policies. But labour's socialist policies were only ever mocked, if they were m...
by Sid
6 days ago
Forum: The Commons
Topic: General Election December 12th
Replies: 17
Views: 130

General Election December 12th

So far this election hasn’t so much been fought over brexit as everyone thought, more domestic policy, public spending, NHS and now flooding aka climate crisis

Labour batter the other parties on these issues, so you never know, if that translates to the election they might be in business
by Sid
6 days ago
Forum: The Commons
Topic: Just 24 hours left
Replies: 664
Views: 13962

Re: Just 24 hours left

The Sunday military coup in Bolivia has put in place a government which appears likely to reverse a decision by just-resigned President Evo Morales to cancel an agreement with a German company for developing lithium deposits in the Latin American country for batteries like those in electric cars. "B...
by Sid
6 days ago
Forum: The Den
Topic: To elk or not to elk
Replies: 47
Views: 919

Re: To elk or not to elk

It wasn't abundantly clear to me the guy was hunting for the sole purpose of sustenance - I got the impression the 'sport' of it was as much a determination, which is the part of it that really turns my stomach i.e. it's one thing to kill an animal for food and quite another to do it for the thrill...
by Sid
1 week ago
Forum: The Den
Topic: To elk or not to elk
Replies: 47
Views: 919

Re: To elk or not to elk

...that was a serious question by the way. i think the only poster who might have been able to give an answer to that has now fucked off... along with Alf (again) AZ is a fanny if he's annoyed people don't like him for literally shooting wild animals. But at least he had the balls to take the flak ...
by Sid
1 week ago
Forum: The Commons
Topic: Just 24 hours left
Replies: 664
Views: 13962

Re: Just 24 hours left

marlon wrote:
1 week ago
US overthrowing another democracy
No doubt when the US government's files are released in 50 years time we'll realise the democratically regime was "unfriendly to US business interests" and thus needed disposing of
by Sid
1 week ago
Forum: The Commons
Topic: General Election December 12th
Replies: 17
Views: 130

Re: General Election December 12th

marlon wrote:
1 week ago
Labour talking about controls on immigration and everyone demanding Corbyn nukes people. Feels like we haven't moved forward at all
Looking forward to that point in the election when Corbyn is considered a weak leader because he'll insist on thinking before nuking the planet