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- Sing me, Lord Chilcot, of the wrath...
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- Dog bins! Do you know of a location that needs one..........?
- Mark Goodrich 24th Aug - 1:15am
This does have the potential to lose Corbyn the leadership race. All he had to do to win was basically do nothing but this is...
- Neil Sandison 24th Aug - 12:02am
The sad thing about this is Corbyns publicity stunt to justify his policy on nationalisation has effectively let the rail companies off the hook because...
- Paul Murray 23rd Aug - 10:59pm
Corbyn didn't lie. He sat.
- crewegwyn 23rd Aug - 10:43pm
There is a serious issue about overcrowding on some rail services. Not sure how nationalisation would change that. On the specific the fact that we...
- petermartin2001 23rd Aug - 10:23pm
@Hugh, You'd have to ask a monetarist what they'd think! If the government gives an amount of money to a individual, as a tax rebate...
- expats 23rd Aug - 9:59pm
I note that, when Corbyn was highlighting passenger discomfort there was no mention on LDV...However, at any hint of Corbyn wrongdoing, WHOOSH... As for Simon's...