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Gav last won the day on March 5 2018

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  1. Gav

    Politics

    Not sure where on Livesey you lived but at the top of Old Gates Drive, before the housing estate was built, the road flooded during heavy rainfall, it was like a torrent coming down from the fields, but we digress. The PM should always go to where the worst flooding is, to show solidarity, to show he/she cares about the people of this country. Boris has been quick off the mark in the past, he was all over the dam at Whaley Bridge and rightly so, unlike May who has many regrets over her handling of Grenfell in the hours after the devastating fire.
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    The Rolling Stones - Time Is On My Side
  3. Gav

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    Toby Young This isn't anything new, Boris put his weight behind Young for a role on the board for University regulation a few years back. Young resigned from that post after a plethora of misogynistic tweets he'd made were discovered on his twitter, despite his efforts to delete his history and interestingly enough he wrote an article which had a section called "Progressive eugenics"
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    The Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry
  5. Gav

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    A government 'Super Forecaster' - Pity he never saw the sack coming.
  6. Gav

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    Maybe he's in the wrong career then Mike, but in reality it says: "Not the job I wanted or expected"
  7. Gav

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    Jake Berry has been pushed to the back benches claiming he turned down a job "With lots of foreign travel" due to having a young family, pull the other one Jake He's held a position as 'Northern Powerhouse and Local Growth Minister' for a few years and I can't think of one positive thing he's done locally whilst in that position, but I'm happy to be proven wrong? The cull continues.
  8. Gav

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    Javid has certainly gone up in my estimations, to tell Cummings/Johnson that he won't sit back and watch them decimate his department is commendable. Maybe now he can concentrate on calling out Islamophobia in the Tory party, something he seemed to forget about when promoted to number 11. Julian Smith, NI secretary, has been sacked after playing a major role in restoring the Stormont Assembley, you can only assume he was seen as someone who has overachieved and we can't have that can we!
  9. Gav

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    Javid gone - he was told to sack his advisers, he refused and Cummings, sorry Johnson, sacked him. Boris Johnson told the Confederation of British Industry conference in November: 'I'm going to give you an absolutely categorical assurance that I will keep Sajid Javid as my chancellor. How about that?
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    The Beach Boys - Lady Lynda
  11. Gav

    Music Association Game

    The Hold Steady - Stuck between Stations
  12. Gav

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    Proud Mary - Somewhere down the line
  13. Gav

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    Bob Dylan - My Back Pages
  14. Gav

    Politics

    I sat next to a Coventry MP at an awards ceremony a few years back and you couldn't wish to meet a nicer person, she wasn't a fan of Corbyn but agreed with his principles. The sad fact is Corbyn and his team are a bunch of amateurs, not used to power and have been completely over run by people and groups with agendas that simply won't wash with the public in this day and age. I fear RLB will be much of the same, but if Labour wants to change and stand a chance at the next election a vote for Lisa Nandy would achieve that in my opinion.
  15. Gav

    Politics

    ......and yet the Tories have just won a landslide victory, annihilated the other parties, voters simply don't care enough to push these kind of things up the agenda. If a party said they'd get rid of rough sleeping, eliminate child poverty and stop austerity in the next parliament that would be a vote winner for me, but not for many others. Its sad to say but his country is on its arse, mainly due to its inhabitants sadly.
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