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  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 13,319
    Brexit: UK 'will be less safe without EU security deal' - police chief



    The UK will be less safe if it fails to strike a post-Brexit security deal with the EU, Britain's top counter-terrorism officer has said.

    Neil Basu told the BBC's Newscast podcast a deal was "incredibly important for the safety and security of our country".

    He said he was hopeful of a better security and law enforcement agreement than the UK currently has.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-54997372
  • madprofmadprof Member Posts: 3,012
    Yeah but at least we've 'taken back control' of our worsening security situation
  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 13,319
    madprof said:

    Yeah but at least we've 'taken back control' of our worsening security situation

    Who will we blame?
  • EssexphilEssexphil Member Posts: 3,222
    HAYSIE said:

    madprof said:

    Yeah but at least we've 'taken back control' of our worsening security situation

    Who will we blame?
    That bit won't change.

    Socialists, foreigners, Civil Servants.
    But never Government.
  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 13,319
  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 13,319
  • EssexphilEssexphil Member Posts: 3,222
    Great to see a return to traditional British values and a British sense of fair play.

    Like the Ministerial code, for example.

    Take p1ss out of PM's girlfriend? Instant dismissal.

    Systemically bully 3 separate teams of Civil Servants? Please carry on. Nothing to see here. Overrule independent inquiry. Refuse to publish report, or discuss it. Ignore all established Legal and Ministerial precedent.

    Why not just have the 1 law to run the country?

    The "What's best for Boris" Act.

    Shameful.
  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 13,319
    Essexphil said:

    Great to see a return to traditional British values and a British sense of fair play.

    Like the Ministerial code, for example.

    Take p1ss out of PM's girlfriend? Instant dismissal.

    Systemically bully 3 separate teams of Civil Servants? Please carry on. Nothing to see here. Overrule independent inquiry. Refuse to publish report, or discuss it. Ignore all established Legal and Ministerial precedent.

    Why not just have the 1 law to run the country?

    The "What's best for Boris" Act.

    Shameful.

    He makes Theresa May look good.
  • HANSONHANSON Member Posts: 504
    reliouse
  • HANSONHANSON Member Posts: 504
    sorry i was trying to copy and paste a graph of the composition of the house of lords by age group as of the 4th June 2020 ( i googled it ) .. i am by nature thick as ,and probably a little stupid as there is a lot i do not understand but i will quote the results ..
    40yrs and under 5
    41-50 yrs ..........31
    51-60 yrs ..........108
    I'm now thinking these people are about the age that should be taking it easy
    61-70 yrs ..........237
    really and there is more to come
    71-80 yrs ..........298
    81-90 yrs ..........121
    and now im thinking OMG there is more
    91+ .................. 12
    and all of them are getting £300 a day ?
    when is the country going to realise that nothing will ever change ?
    Government is a popularity contest between Conservative and Labour are any of them really for the people its a job to them and after as the graph above suggests carry on racking it in ...
    Okay i get it why so many voted for Brexit they felt it was not worth the money BUT come on it was 9 billion a yr after rebates .. how much are these free loaders costing the tax payer and how much are we going to be losing in lost revenue from the job loses ? the increase in benefits to those who no longer have a job and cost of living going up ? more importantly who is going to pay for the costs of this pandemic not the MPs not the house of lords but the working class who earn a lot less than and work a Damm lot harder than some Gerri acted 70 year old in the house of lords on £300 a day ..

    You can complain about the government and all there mistakes all you want but at the end of the day the blame falls on the population of the UK for continuing to put one of 2 parties in charge because there is no other choice but to let the wealthy continue running the country as there is no chance for the working class to form a party to challenge the top 2
  • madprofmadprof Member Posts: 3,012
    HANSON said:

    reliouse

    As always Willybumhunter..a man of few words..
  • madprofmadprof Member Posts: 3,012
    HANSON said:

    sorry i was trying to copy and paste a graph of the composition of the house of lords by age group as of the 4th June 2020 ( i googled it ) .. i am by nature thick as ,and probably a little stupid as there is a lot i do not understand but i will quote the results ..
    40yrs and under 5
    41-50 yrs ..........31
    51-60 yrs ..........108
    I'm now thinking these people are about the age that should be taking it easy
    61-70 yrs ..........237
    really and there is more to come
    71-80 yrs ..........298
    81-90 yrs ..........121
    and now im thinking OMG there is more
    91+ .................. 12
    and all of them are getting £300 a day ?
    when is the country going to realise that nothing will ever change ?
    Government is a popularity contest between Conservative and Labour are any of them really for the people its a job to them and after as the graph above suggests carry on racking it in ...
    Okay i get it why so many voted for Brexit they felt it was not worth the money BUT come on it was 9 billion a yr after rebates .. how much are these free loaders costing the tax payer and how much are we going to be losing in lost revenue from the job loses ? the increase in benefits to those who no longer have a job and cost of living going up ? more importantly who is going to pay for the costs of this pandemic not the MPs not the house of lords but the working class who earn a lot less than and work a Damm lot harder than some Gerri acted 70 year old in the house of lords on £300 a day ..

    You can complain about the government and all there mistakes all you want but at the end of the day the blame falls on the population of the UK for continuing to put one of 2 parties in charge because there is no other choice but to let the wealthy continue running the country as there is no chance for the working class to form a party to challenge the top 2

    I think John Johnson had the right idea after all...
  • tomgooduntomgoodun Member Posts: 3,107
    Essexphil said:

    Great to see a return to traditional British values and a British sense of fair play.

    Like the Ministerial code, for example.

    Take p1ss out of PM's girlfriend? Instant dismissal.

    Systemically bully 3 separate teams of Civil Servants? Please carry on. Nothing to see here. Overrule independent inquiry. Refuse to publish report, or discuss it. Ignore all established Legal and Ministerial precedent.

    Why not just have the 1 law to run the country?

    The "What's best for Boris" Act.

    Shameful.

    This is beyond shameful, Priti Patel is an absolute disgrace, losing one job through breaching Ministerial Code hasn’t made any difference to this individual., and Boris sticking up for her by quoting “ Mitigating Circumstances “ in the case of bullying and harassment is jaw dropping.
  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 13,319
    HANSON said:

    sorry i was trying to copy and paste a graph of the composition of the house of lords by age group as of the 4th June 2020 ( i googled it ) .. i am by nature thick as ,and probably a little stupid as there is a lot i do not understand but i will quote the results ..
    40yrs and under 5
    41-50 yrs ..........31
    51-60 yrs ..........108
    I'm now thinking these people are about the age that should be taking it easy
    61-70 yrs ..........237
    really and there is more to come
    71-80 yrs ..........298
    81-90 yrs ..........121
    and now im thinking OMG there is more
    91+ .................. 12
    and all of them are getting £300 a day ?
    when is the country going to realise that nothing will ever change ?
    Government is a popularity contest between Conservative and Labour are any of them really for the people its a job to them and after as the graph above suggests carry on racking it in ...
    Okay i get it why so many voted for Brexit they felt it was not worth the money BUT come on it was 9 billion a yr after rebates .. how much are these free loaders costing the tax payer and how much are we going to be losing in lost revenue from the job loses ? the increase in benefits to those who no longer have a job and cost of living going up ? more importantly who is going to pay for the costs of this pandemic not the MPs not the house of lords but the working class who earn a lot less than and work a Damm lot harder than some Gerri acted 70 year old in the house of lords on £300 a day ..

    You can complain about the government and all there mistakes all you want but at the end of the day the blame falls on the population of the UK for continuing to put one of 2 parties in charge because there is no other choice but to let the wealthy continue running the country as there is no chance for the working class to form a party to challenge the top 2

    Brexit will soon have cost the UK more than all of its payments to the EU over the last 47 years put together


    Brexit will soon have cost the UK more than its combined total of payments to the EU budget over the past 47 years.
    Bloomberg Economics found the cost of the UK's vote to leave has already reached £130 billion.
    A further £70 billion is likely to be added by the end of 2020, economist Dan Hanson found.
    Business confidence and investment in the UK has dipped significantly since the 2016 vote.

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/brexit/brexit-will-soon-have-cost-the-uk-more-than-all-of-its-payments-to-the-eu-over-the-last-47-years-put-together/ar-BBYWF39

  • chillingchilling Member Posts: 2,064
    Absolutely loving this🤣

    The media and sections of the civil service were against this government and Brexit.
    The new government fly out of the blocks to make changes and get things done, and some don’t like that.
    What a soft lad resigning from the start, as she wouldnt have a chat with him.
    Maybe he can’t perform under a women, or could be racist.🤣
    All three were surplus to requirements.
    Want change? Have it.

    The media have been pushing out fake news and untruths about the government from the outset, bullying .
    The lefties are known bullies, even bulling folks to join their unions.
    Loving it. Wait on what’s coming down the track.🤣

    So nice to see the government batting away the media tosh,and getting them to stick this story in their pipe.
    Bravo! 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏














  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 13,319
    tomgoodun said:

    Essexphil said:

    Great to see a return to traditional British values and a British sense of fair play.

    Like the Ministerial code, for example.

    Take p1ss out of PM's girlfriend? Instant dismissal.

    Systemically bully 3 separate teams of Civil Servants? Please carry on. Nothing to see here. Overrule independent inquiry. Refuse to publish report, or discuss it. Ignore all established Legal and Ministerial precedent.

    Why not just have the 1 law to run the country?

    The "What's best for Boris" Act.

    Shameful.

    This is beyond shameful, Priti Patel is an absolute disgrace, losing one job through breaching Ministerial Code hasn’t made any difference to this individual., and Boris sticking up for her by quoting “ Mitigating Circumstances “ in the case of bullying and harassment is jaw dropping.
    Under Theresa Mays leadership Ms Patel was let go for a breach of Ministerial Responsibility.
    You can never be sure if they have resigned or been fired.
    Although in many cases they are forced to resign.
    Theresa May also seemed to be on course for a reasonable Brexit deal, compared to where we are now.
    She would never have broken International Law.
    I dont think that she could have done worse with the pandemic than Boris.
    I also dont think she could have lost the election to Corbyn.
    I wonder how many Tories are already wishing they had kept her.
  • chillingchilling Member Posts: 2,064
    HAYSIE said:

    tomgoodun said:

    Essexphil said:

    Great to see a return to traditional British values and a British sense of fair play.

    Like the Ministerial code, for example.

    Take p1ss out of PM's girlfriend? Instant dismissal.

    Systemically bully 3 separate teams of Civil Servants? Please carry on. Nothing to see here. Overrule independent inquiry. Refuse to publish report, or discuss it. Ignore all established Legal and Ministerial precedent.

    Why not just have the 1 law to run the country?

    The "What's best for Boris" Act.

    Shameful.

    This is beyond shameful, Priti Patel is an absolute disgrace, losing one job through breaching Ministerial Code hasn’t made any difference to this individual., and Boris sticking up for her by quoting “ Mitigating Circumstances “ in the case of bullying and harassment is jaw dropping.
    Under Theresa Mays leadership Ms Patel was let go for a breach of Ministerial Responsibility.
    You can never be sure if they have resigned or been fired.
    Although in many cases they are forced to resign.
    Theresa May also seemed to be on course for a reasonable Brexit deal, compared to where we are now.
    She would never have broken International Law.
    I dont think that she could have done worse with the pandemic than Boris.
    I also dont think she could have lost the election to Corbyn.
    I wonder how many Tories are already wishing they had kept her.
    A certain somebody who has endlessly dished it out over the years, still can’t take it.
    Suck it up like a man.
    Or woman.
    Or whatever.
  • chillingchilling Member Posts: 2,064
    @HAYSIE

    🎤 Wooly Bully Wooly Bully




  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 13,319
    tomgoodun said:

    Essexphil said:

    Great to see a return to traditional British values and a British sense of fair play.

    Like the Ministerial code, for example.

    Take p1ss out of PM's girlfriend? Instant dismissal.

    Systemically bully 3 separate teams of Civil Servants? Please carry on. Nothing to see here. Overrule independent inquiry. Refuse to publish report, or discuss it. Ignore all established Legal and Ministerial precedent.

    Why not just have the 1 law to run the country?

    The "What's best for Boris" Act.

    Shameful.

    This is beyond shameful, Priti Patel is an absolute disgrace, losing one job through breaching Ministerial Code hasn’t made any difference to this individual., and Boris sticking up for her by quoting “ Mitigating Circumstances “ in the case of bullying and harassment is jaw dropping.



  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 13,319
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