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    Re: Politics Today

    So Fartage's old knocking shop, the London Metal Exchange, has banned daytime drinking.

    No wonder poor old Nige was so desperate to get his snout back into the Brussels flagon.
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    Re: Signing about to be announced

    Ah, you mean they had to re-take the pen?
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    Re: League 2 News

    Shouldn't this be on the non league thread?
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    Re: Politics Today

    Ah, it surely can't be "Horace Bonk's" em could it? After all, I thought Alexander Pfeffel''s extraneous little meerkats had been exposed long ago.
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    Re: Politics Today

    Cecil Parkinson, possibly?
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    Re: Little things that annoy you

    Sorry, but who's "Mr Robinson"?
    (I know dear old Robert could annoy some people when he hosted the likes of Ask the Family but I thought he'd sadly passed on yeas ago - or have I possibly called...
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    Re: Signing about to be announced

    Or maybe not? :(
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    They may be investigating - but will they try to charge her?
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    Re: Signing about to be announced

    "Poets Day" possibly? ;)
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    Re: Politics Today

    I see Chukka has now decided to bless the LibDems with his mighty present.
    Lucky them!
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    Because, as chancellor, his first (and probably ONLY) priority would be to re-introduce librae, sestariae and denariae to replace those infernal "pounds and pees" that so decimated our once proud...
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    Re: Little things that amuse you

    In today's Guardian (oh, perleeze Toryboys, don't look away at this gem) Jenny Jones, the Green Party representative in the House of Lords,. writes a letter headed "The Dangers of Automated Facial...
  13. Thread: Cricket 2019

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    Re: Cricket 2019

    Now 26 points clear at the top (already). Looking handy.
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    Mission accomplished. Bravo!
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    As indeed they seem to be - 13 off the first overl
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    Re: Cricket 2019

    Excellent news.
    Somerset may have to "swing the bat" a bit - current weather radar showing all the rain clouds we had this morning now hastening toward Canterbury. :(
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    Re: Politics Today

    Perhaps Grayling hopes to be put in charge of the new "Garden Bridge" project - across the Irish Sea to circumvent the border problem.
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    At least the horrid McVey has been put in her (rightful) place - LAST! (y)
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    Re: Cricket 2019

    Play resumed at 1:45 and Kent already reduced to 40 for 7, a lead of just 10 with only three wickets remaining.

    Looks to be more rain heading that way later on, but fingers crossed there's still...
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    Re: TV Times

    Just started (re)watching The Thick of It on BBC iplayer.
    My, how little things have changed since then. :( (Although Malcolm Tucker was - and still is - a genius creation)
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    Re: Obituary Thread

    Really felt sorry for the pair of swans that had set up home on the ramp at the southern end of the quay, who had been diligently caring for their clutch of eggs until the nest was washed away by the...
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    Re: Politics Today

    I hear Rory Stewart has resumed his "tour of the people" in Kings Lynn. (Apparently after hearing even his closest advisors muttering "Norfolk enchants"!)
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    But swans are not a species of duck Jason. Typical tory-boy, trying to twist the FACTS to concoct a FAKE WHOOSH! ;)

    (Still, at least I've made a bit of a tit of myself and given you something to...
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    At the risk of a whoosh you've got me puzzled with that one Jason - one of the few places play still going on at present as far as I can tell.
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    Yep Al.

    Lots of ducks at Canterbury today...three mallard, two eiders, a pochard and a red breasted merganser at the last count.
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