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8 hours ago, Fenway Bleachers said:

Imperial college modelling says there were 365 1/2 parties and Boris brought 20 dozen bottles to the garden party for Carrie to sook her way through. There were 150 sexual liaisons, 50 cases of herpes and 3 pregnancies. All confirmed by Sir Chris Witless’ graphs. 

Apparently they broke little Wilf's play equipment. 

'Next slide please'.

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10 hours ago, Humphrey Appleby said:

Labour's behaviour in supporting restricting peoples' freedoms and effectively keeping Boris Johnson in power is reprehensible and should be remembered at the next election.

However, they didn't vote to have lockdown breaking parties by the government in power, which is squarely the Tories.

I've already said the Tories involved should go, certainly didn't blame Labour for their holding parties.

It appears Starmer at least did the same so should he and any other Labour MP caught breaking the rules be subject to the same criticism or not?

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9 hours ago, Fenway Bleachers said:

Imperial college modelling says there were 365 1/2 parties and Boris brought 20 dozen bottles to the garden party for Carrie to sook her way through. There were 150 sexual liaisons, 50 cases of herpes and 3 pregnancies. All confirmed by Sir Chris Witless’ graphs. 

Professor Ferguson predicted that without press involvement that would rise to 350,000 parties and male pregnancies by February 1st.

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1 hour ago, Vince said:

It appears Starmer at least did the same so should he and any other Labour MP caught breaking the rules be subject to the same criticism or not?

Any MP breaking the rules they voted for should be subject to the same criticism. But Labour are not in power and implementing the COVID policy, and pointing the finger at them is nothing but a distraction from the appalling and persistent hypocrisy of those purporting to run the country.

This was clearly not an isolated one-off on an unseasonally warm day. It's a pattern of ongoing behaviour across the government, including by some of their COVID advisors.

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8 minutes ago, Humphrey Appleby said:

Any MP breaking the rules they voted for should be subject to the same criticism. But Labour are not in power and implementing the COVID policy, and pointing the finger at them is nothing but a distraction from the appalling and persistent hypocrisy of those purporting to run the country.

This was clearly not an isolated one-off on an unseasonally warm day. It's a pattern of ongoing behaviour across the government, including by some of their COVID advisors.

Starmer should go then if he has broken a single rule ?

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Australian Government lawyer

'..........Mr Djokovic may become an icon of free choice......'

Are you paying attention now?

 

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18 minutes ago, FAST GATER said:

Starmer should go then if he has broken a single rule ?

Well, one would have thought so but this isn't about breaking Covid restrictions and never has been otherwise the whistle would have been blown immediately.

We had a furore over Cummins but Kinnock Junior's jaunt to Wales for Daddy's birthday didn't seem to matter and it seems the SNP MP's train ride whilst infected is ok with most people but any transgression by Boris, his staff, someone he talks to or any seemingly influential Tory is a mortal sin.

This is all about removing Boris before November 2024 because the other parties know that, when the vote matters, all this will be forgotten and Boris will win again.

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November 2021. Compare to what Jabid and his godawful adverts are saying now.

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8 minutes ago, Vincent Blachshadow said:

This is all about removing Boris before November 2024 because the other parties know that, when the vote matters, all this will be forgotten and Boris will win again.

Finally someone other than myself see this for what it is ! 

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18 minutes ago, Wolfsbane said:

Australian Government lawyer

'..........Mr Djokovic may become an icon of free choice......'

Are you paying attention now?

 

Surely he is the same as all other rule breakers and should be treated so ? Shouldn’t we be applauding this ? Oh no. Obviously you and Blu are very much part of the one rule for some, another rule for others brigade

I personally want Boris, Keir, Cummings, and all the sports and film stars to abide by the rules I have to. Full stop 

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It would be no surprise that many Australians agree with their government against Mr Djokovic. In the 1930s the vast majority of Germans agreed with Hitler, and the vast majority of the Italians agreed with Mussolini...

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4 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

It would be no surprise that many Australians agree with their government against Mr Djokovic. In the 1930s the vast majority of Germans agreed with Hitler, and the vast majority of the Italians agreed with Mussolini...

Ho hum

Despite achieving a much better result than in the November 1932 election, the Nazis did not do as well as Hitler had hoped. In spite of massive violence and voter intimidation,the Nazis won only 43.9% of the vote, rather than the majority that he had expected.

After that Germany didn’t have a chance to vote again, as the other right wing parties helped Hitler to power and a one party state. But they ain’t bad are they, as Crumpet chose to live in one

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1 hour ago, Wolfsbane said:

Australian Government lawyer

'..........Mr Djokovic may become an icon of free choice......'

Are you paying attention now?

 

Bye bye Novak

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The Aussie government, State government and Tennis Australia should have had a rational and clear rule and Djokovic should not have lied on his application.

Australian public sentiment, media frenzy and the government bowing to its pressure should have played no part.

Sadly that’s the way Covid responses are made these days.

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