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Jen'ari

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  1. He could only have use of aforementioned garage no coming into the house so he’d have to revert to peeing in a bush which would solve the issue you raised quite readily.
  2. I don’t see any reason why not, as long as he pays his own electricity.
  3. I have a garage, I feel conflicted though, as an all female household would the right thing to do be to donate it’s use to an under privileged man to restore his sense of worth.
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    UK Politics: Who Pays the Andyman?

    Sorry I should have added in if you fail to make significant gains too as in 2017 Corbyn did improve and I didn’t hear any calls for him to resign then, saying that though Howard gained 30 ish seats in 2005 but still stepped down, although overall it does seem the Tories are more likely to get rid of their leader than Labour. I think everyone agrees in this instance Corbyn has to step down though. That’s fair and a pretty standard approach in this situation, it will be interesting to see who they choose.
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    UK Politics: Who Pays the Andyman?

    I completely agree with you about Corbyn and Farage. Corbyn needs to show that integrity, he needs to show class like Kinnock,Major and Brown did and stand down, or at least confirm he’s standing down and carrying on as caretaker until Labour choose a new leader. Isn’t it pretty much the done thing to stand down as leader of the opposition if you fail to win an election?,Hague and Howard stepped down as Tory leader straight afterwards even if they must have known they weren’t going to win those elections in a million years. Farage just seems to me to be trying to stay relevant when he isn’t at all. I don’t think he will be greatly missed on the political stage.
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    UK Politics: Who Pays the Andyman?

    Did he like Huey Lewis and the News?.
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    UK Politics: Who Pays the Andyman?

    Unfortunately Raab still won , small silver linings though, Zac Goldsmith and Emma Dent Coad both lost their seats. So a workable Tory majority, while this doesn’t fill me with the same sense of dread that it does most people on here I’m still a bit disappointed as it means Brexit is really going to happen now.
  8. There’s a difference between being rich and just plain stupid/profligate, I doubt even many billionaires would do something like that.
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    UK Politics: Who Pays the Andyman?

    I went out to vote this afternoon, the most interesting/frustrating thing to happen was the little one dropped her cuddly soft toy lion in a puddle which made her cry because I wouldn’t give it back all wet, perfectly sums up Election Day to me, anyway, voted Lib Dem, lets hope it helps.
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    UK Politics: Who Pays the Andyman?

    I’m in full agreement that the NHS needs substantial extra investment, the bit that seems to be a sticking point is where to find it from, no matter what though how that boy was treated was not on whatsoever. I know full well you are being sarcastic here, what is scary is some people actually do believe that!, without the people from all over the world who come to work in our hospitals and walk in centres the NHS would be in an even more dire state as we just wouldn’t have the staff needed. I honestly feel rather deflated about this election to be honest, there is no outcome that I could foresee being happy with.
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    TTTNE 476 - the ghost of series past

    She is tiring,sometimes frustrating but mostly and always adorable, my gran does love spending time with her and she says she reminds her of me when I was that age!, I guess she would know. Were having a family Christmas here mrs Sith is VERY pregnant and just wants a nice happy chilled day where she doesn’t want to cook, as I’m a complete disaster in the kitchen it means my gran will be stepping in then too!. We redesigned our kitchen a while back and that was no where near as straightforward as we thought it would be, renovations are hard!.
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    UK Politics: Who Pays the Andyman?

    Aside from Boris' actions here the fact is a 4 Year old boy with pneumonia shouldn't have been treated this way at all, that is the most shameful thing about the whole scenario imo. Pneumonia is very serious for adults yet alone children whos immune systems are not nearly as developed, having spent over the last week seeing my toddler suffering with very nasty flu (she's thankfully much better now)the fact that a 4 year old was treated in this way is completely unacceptable and weather it was specifically down to Tory cuts or failings of a medical professional it needs to be addressed and not allowed to happen again.
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    UK Politics: Who Pays the Andyman?

    I’m thinking much the same, probably a Tory majority of 30 ish, I think a Labour majority is very unlikely and a minority government again not that likely either. Hoping the Brexit party will fuck off into insignificance after this election although it’s more than likely Farage will hang around like a bad smell. @BFC Boris grabbing that phone is disgraceful!.
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    UK Politics: Who Pays the Andyman?

    So what are people’s honest predictions for how it will go now?.
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    TTTNE 476 - the ghost of series past

    Thank you, we’re slowly getting better, my gran is staying until tomorrow or the day after anyway though she’s been great and I think just likes spending time with mini Sith. Renovation is very hard and frustrating work!, loads of stuff you think will be easy turns into a long winded disaster!.
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