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    HS 2? The lunacy and cost to run empty trains.

    Brexit Failure? Politicians with less intelligence than the rat in my outhouse.

    Graylings contingency ferry plan, awarded to a company with no ships?

    Now providing free global amusement, we have become the laughing stock of Europe and the World?

    What a wheeze?

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    3 minutes ago, old man said:

    HS 2? The lunacy and cost to run empty trains.

    Brexit Failure? Politicians with less intelligence than the rat in my outhouse.

    Graylings contingency ferry plan, awarded to a company with no ships?

    Now providing free global amusement, we have become the laughing stock of Europe and the World?

    What a wheeze?

    Things will get much worse when/if comrade Corbyns hard left mob get into government!....they will run the countries finances straight down the toilet!....so the UK will not just be a laughing stock..........but broke too!

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    100 million so M.P,s can get home 10 minutes early at the weekend ,thats a lot of Ambulances,Police/Fire and parmedics.Shall we spend 100 mill on hospitals and G,P,s or a cool 350 mill on a railway for London ,innit .

    OOh lets put M,P,,s wages up to 75k a year whilst we are at it.Can think why we got to work till we die to keep these parsites in clover can you

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    I doubt 100,000 million is a lot of money regarding the hospitals etc. The NHS alone could get probably get through that in a couple of weekends or so.  Let's face it, whatever it costs, the likes of you or I aren't going to stop it. 

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    2 minutes ago, clakk said:

    100 million so M.P,s can get home 10 minutes early at the weekend ,thats a lot of Ambulances,Police/Fire and parmedics.Shall we spend 100 mill on hospitals and G,P,s or a cool 350 mill on a railway for London ,innit .

    OOh lets put M,P,,s wages up to 75k a year whilst we are at it.Can think why we got to work till we die to keep these parsites in clover can you

    Come on, there is a precedent. There and back the same evening for MPs attending a college dinner was good reason for laying the M40.

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    MM M40 one hell of a carpark for London that 1 ,would love to know where the millions raised for the congestion charge go as well as cash cows go  its a doozy when your already paying road tax 

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    How when 53% of this septic aisle have to resort to foodbanks can any politician justify such blatant prolific waste of taxpayers hard earned .The existing railways are worn out ,and due to stupidity run by private firms that couldnt run a bath.So what chance has HS 2 not so much a white elephant as a black hole that can only suck in money .

    Lets cut to the chase here westminsterus moronicus aint listening full stop, use the Merican model .If you build and create jobs than you get income tax and national insurance back instead of paying out dole.

    The new supercarriers need crews so hire them ,they need escort ships so build them.New ships need steel ,electronics ,engines,and equipment and the crews need uniforms and feeding and accommodation too.

    So big clangers to the EU ,only British companies to tender and build all those steel orders get Swansea /Port Talbot and Sheffield working .The Clyde can probably cobble some ship builders for you and when earning they need to spend locally ,a simple idea called investing in the future not investing in headlines for politicians .

    Just think how much this idea generates in income for HMG and its not so civil service ,we might be able to ring 999 and not be put on hold :hmm:

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    On 12/02/2019 at 21:36, clakk said:

    How when 53% of this septic aisle have to resort to foodbanks can any politician justify such blatant prolific waste of taxpayers hard earned .

    Really, 33 million people a week use food banks. 

    I'm no lover of any political party and they've all taken turns at messing the country up but could you quantify that 53% figure please. 

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    On 12/02/2019 at 21:36, clakk said:

    How when 53% of this septic aisle have to resort to foodbanks can any politician justify such blatant prolific waste of taxpayers hard earned .The existing railways are worn out ,and due to stupidity run by private firms that couldnt run a bath.So what chance has HS 2 not so much a white elephant as a black hole that can only suck in money .

    Lets cut to the chase here westminsterus moronicus aint listening full stop, use the Merican model .If you build and create jobs than you get income tax and national insurance back instead of paying out dole.

    The new supercarriers need crews so hire them ,they need escort ships so build them.New ships need steel ,electronics ,engines,and equipment and the crews need uniforms and feeding and accommodation too.

    So big clangers to the EU ,only British companies to tender and build all those steel orders get Swansea /Port Talbot and Sheffield working .The Clyde can probably cobble some ship builders for you and when earning they need to spend locally ,a simple idea called investing in the future not investing in headlines for politicians .

    Just think how much this idea generates in income for HMG and its not so civil service ,we might be able to ring 999 and not be put on hold :hmm:

    Sounds good,but the eu probably wouldn't let us,imagine all those job losses in Germany etc etc

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    25 minutes ago, manthing said:

    Really, 33 million people a week use food banks. 

    I'm no lover of any political party and they've all taken turns at messing the country up but could you quantify that 53% figure please. 

    Apologies it was 53% of people on that new Universal credit as oppose to 15% in areas still on the old benefits system 

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    hello, i recently watched a farming programme where one family are loosing some of their  land, that is just one farm, must be 100s of others in the same position

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