The next UK Prime minister

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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby Deebank » 14 Jan 2020, 16:18

yomptepi wrote:
The Prof wrote:
yomptepi wrote:the unhygienic Starmer


I'm intrigued. What's he been up to?


He looks grubby. His hair is always dirty and greasy, and he always has dirt lines around his collars. Dirty bastard.



And yet shambling animated compost heap Boris Johnson escapes your wrath :?

Funny that...
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Re: The next UK Prime minister

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yomptepi wrote:
The Prof wrote:
yomptepi wrote:the unhygienic Starmer


I'm intrigued. What's he been up to?


He looks grubby. His hair is always dirty and greasy, and he always has dirt lines around his collars. Dirty bastard.


Politics in the 21st century.
I have put the ignorant, inflammatory bore on ignore.

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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby The Prof » 14 Jan 2020, 16:51

Yomp politics for the 20th and 21 centuries.

and I've never once seen any dirt around his collar. His hair is a bit mad at times and he's a bit dull - (and a bit like John Major in some respects) but i think shall be voting for him.

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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby Samoan » 14 Jan 2020, 17:56

The Prof wrote:...
I don't know much about Ian Murray or Rosena Allin-Khan.
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Allin-Khan is my MP. Basically, she was a Lehman Brothers Bank wife, her husband and herself living high on the hog in Dubai where she did swimsuit modelling. When Lehmans went bankrupt, he was out of work, they had to return to Blighty, could only afford to live with her Mum in a flat in Balham and she was the only viable bread winner with her medical qualifications in the local general hospital.
She won the bye election to the seat vacated by Sadiq Khan on his becoming London Mayor.
She is exceedingly vain and very silly. There's always been some question over how much and where in the world she's done the humanitarian aid doctoring and fighting for refugees fleeing persecution which feature on her Pre-MP.
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I think she's no business being an MP and wasting her medical training but she's got her snout in the trough now.
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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby The Prof » 14 Jan 2020, 18:01

Hmmmm - so not an all together favourable appraisal there?

I'm sure the Scumbag press will have a field day with the swimwear photographs.

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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby Samoan » 14 Jan 2020, 18:09

You haven't seen the 4 inch black shiny stilettos she wears to General Election
Hustings. Wear them and enjoy them where you like, Rosena, but not on such serious occasions - it's unprofessional.
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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby Diamond Dog » 14 Jan 2020, 20:03

Samoan wrote:You haven't seen the 4 inch black shiny stilettos she wears to General Election
Hustings. Wear them and enjoy them where you like, Rosena, but not on such serious occasions - it's unprofessional.


Now just imagine if a man had said that.
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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby The Prof » 14 Jan 2020, 21:19

Eddie Izzard for example.

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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby yomptepi » 15 Jan 2020, 13:52

Diamond Dog wrote:
yomptepi wrote:
The Prof wrote:
I'm intrigued. What's he been up to?


He looks grubby. His hair is always dirty and greasy, and he always has dirt lines around his collars. Dirty bastard.


Politics in the 21st century.


Interesting how my comments on his obviously poor grasp of basic cleanliness cause an uproar, wheras the fact that he will make both Cheree and Tony Blair members of the House of Lords goes unnoticed. Of course , as rabid Blairites , why would you complain...
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Re: The next UK Prime minister

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I'm sure if he'd have wanted to be in the House of Lords he would be there already.

It's not as if he's Zac Goldsmith or Nicky Morgan. Sorry, I mean Baron Goldsmith of Richmond Park PC and Baroness Morgan of Cotes

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Re: The next UK Prime minister

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The Prof wrote:I'm sure if he'd have wanted to be in the House of Lords he would be there already.

It's not as if he's Zac Goldsmith or Nicky Morgan. Sorry, I mean Baron Goldsmith of Richmond Park PC and Baroness Morgan of Cotes


He is absolutely fucking desperate to be in the HOL. But no one is willing to take the fall out of having a war criminal being rewarded on their conscience. Starmer would have no such qualms. Seeing as he is a Blairite stooge.
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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby yomptepi » 15 Jan 2020, 14:50

Looking at the odds online, Starmer is a shoe in. Foghorn Bailey is miles behind, and the vile pleb hating Thornberry doesn't have a chance.

So at least ten more years of Boris then.
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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby The Prof » 15 Jan 2020, 14:52

"I will not take a seat in the House of Lords, says Blair"

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/p ... 19438.html

You're not saying he's a liar are you? Surely that would have been in Gordon Brown's gift anyway.

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Re: The next UK Prime minister

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yomptepi wrote:Interesting how my comments on his obviously poor grasp of basic cleanliness cause an uproar...


Uproar?

That move to Devon has really given you a dramatically disproportionate sense of your own import, old chap.
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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby Deebank » 15 Jan 2020, 15:57

[quote="yomptepi"]Looking at the odds online, Starmer is a shoe in. /quote]

The expression is 'shoo-in' you illiterate windbag! :x
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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby yomptepi » 15 Jan 2020, 16:18

Deebank wrote:
yomptepi wrote:Looking at the odds online, Starmer is a shoe in. /quote]

The expression is 'shoo-in' you illiterate windbag! :x


at least I can use the quote function. Either way, I am , of course, right.
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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby Sam Stone » 15 Jan 2020, 17:03

Deebank wrote:
yomptepi wrote:Looking at the odds online, Starmer is a shoe in. /quote]

The expression is 'shoo-in' you illiterate windbag! :x


YT was probably picturing himself applying a boot to Starmer's behind

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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby yomptepi » 15 Jan 2020, 18:33

The Prof wrote:"I will not take a seat in the House of Lords, says Blair"

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/p ... 19438.html

You're not saying he's a liar are you? Surely that would have been in Gordon Brown's gift anyway.



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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby Sam Stone » 15 Jan 2020, 19:29

Anyone catch Lisa Nandy on Andrew Neil just now?

Very, very impressive - more than held her own.

If I were Keir Starmer, I'd be starting to get worried.

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Re: The next UK Prime minister

Postby Deebank » 15 Jan 2020, 20:48

yomptepi wrote:
The Prof wrote:"I will not take a seat in the House of Lords, says Blair"

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/p ... 19438.html

You're not saying he's a liar are you? Surely that would have been in Gordon Brown's gift anyway.



:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Well he would say that, wouldn't he.


Admittedly I can’t remember what the enoblement process involves but I’d have thought as a thrice elected PM Blair could pretty much just walk in and make himself at home if he wanted to.
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