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- nvelope2003 12th Mar - 12:28pm
Obviously most people feel sorry for his friends and family in their loss but we are talking about a man who was comfortable with the...
- Adam Corlett 12th Mar - 12:19pm
This is of course a form of pork barrel lobbying for an MP's local drug industry, but it is a very good point that "surely...
- JohnTilley 12th Mar - 12:14pm
Bob asks ----- "Isn’t that idea kind of required by cabinet collective responsibility, though?" Cabinet Collective Responsibility has always been a nonsense. The Crossman Diaries...
- Paul Pettinger 12th Mar - 12:11pm
Hebden Bridge highlights the (arguably much more pressing) need to reinstate the Colne-Skipton section of the East Lancashire Line.
- Mark 12th Mar - 11:47am
Re: the direct topic, clearly he was a very competent and effective union leader who did well for his members. Slightly off topic, it isn't...
- Matthew Huntbach 12th Mar - 11:45am
Steve Going off on a tangent slightly, ‘free’ school meals wasn’t in the manifesto and can hardly be described as being left-wing given that kids...
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