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jodrell last won the day on April 25 2010

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  1. I cant do the embed thing but some brilliant goals here
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    Music Association Game

    Grand Funk Railroad - We're an American Band
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    Music Association Game

    Love like a Man - Ten Years after
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    Music Association Game

    Dear mister Fantasy - Traffic
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    Politics

    I wonder where they get most of their advertising revenue from ?
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    Music Association Game

    Warren Zevon Roland the headless Thompson Gunner
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    Brexit

    Get Brexit Done https://amp.businessinsider.com/eu-uk-worse-trade-deal-brexit-boris-johnson-canada-japan-2020-1 Value for money Boris
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    Premier League Stuff

    It never has been.
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    4th ROUND DAY

    FA Cup betting deal being investigated by Gambling Commission https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/51106866
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    Politics

    Please tell why? Not just because you don't agree with him? https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/jan/14/boris-winged-it-on-air-never-knowingly-dodging-tricky-issues
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    General Election 2019

    No national minimum wage existed prior to 1998, although there were a variety of systems of wage controls focused on specific industries under the Trade Boards Act 1909. The Wages Councils Act 1945 and subsequent acts applied sectoral minimum wages. These were gradually dismantled, until the Trade Union Reform and Employment Rights Act 1993 abolished the 26 final wages councils that had protected around 2,500,000 low-paid workers. Part of the reason for Labour's minimum wage policy was the decline of trade union membership over recent decades (weakening employees' bargaining power),[1] as well as a recognition that the employees most vulnerable to low pay (especially in service industries) were rarely unionised in the first place. Labour had returned to government in 1997 after eighteen years in opposition, and a minimum wage had been a party policy since as far back as 1986, under the leadership of Neil Kinnock.[5] The implementation of a minimum wage was opposed by the Conservative Party[1] and supported by the Liberal Democrats.[6] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Minimum_Wage_Act_1998
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    General Election 2019

    you asked who had who had stayed or lived there. Mick Jagger David Bowie both left the UK for tax reasons. im not sure on some of the others but it's obvious why.
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    General Election 2019

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mustique
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    General Election 2019

    it is a cheep one Jim. Talk about rubbing salt into the wound The message was issued as the prime minister enjoyed a luxury break on the Caribbean paradise of Mustique, staying in a reputed £40,000-a-week villa with his girlfriend Carrie Symonds. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/boris-johnson-brexit-nhs-spending-new-year-eve-message-a9265706.html
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