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    Johnson and Cronyism

    After Dominic Cummings was retained after his trip to Barnard Castle no surprise that Johnson has sided with Patel over the bullying inquiry.

    “Boris Johnson's adviser on the Ministerial Code has resigned after the PM backed Home Secretary Priti Patel over a bullying inquiry. The government's standards adviser Sir Alex Allan found that Ms Patel's behaviour had breached the Code.

    But Mr Johnson rejected Sir Alex's findings and said he had "full confidence" in Ms Patel.

    In his findings, Sir Alex said Ms Patel "has not consistently met the high standards required by the Ministerial Code of treating her civil servants with consideration and respect" and cited examples of "shouting and swearing".”

    Just like their approach to international agreements, this Government clearly sees Ministerial Codes as something that can be ignored whenever it suits them.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-55016076

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    Full marks for a wind up, i see your source is straight from Labour TV. Bullying indeed, wasnt Bercow a bully, Gordon Brown could make the walls shake.

    I dont see you including those Labour people in your condemnation, Bercow infected all of Parliament with a bullying culture. Browns temper tantrums were legendary, as befitting a true nutter.

    You are clutching at straws. The fix Labour are in now is terminal. Corbyn is a true communist, and as with all commies, you should support the true vision of communism, otherwise, why bother.

    You cant have a bit of communism and a bit of freedom, so his attitude holds validity, which is why he has a lot of support. You cant have democratic socialism and communism in the same party. You cant.

    Which is why your people will be shooting at each other for eternity, never finally eliminating the other, only succeeding in fatally sinking itself.

    True commies cannot exist without the Labour party, they will not get anything at the ballot box, and the moderates at heart, agree with the likes of Corbyn.

    End result.......

    HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,

    Lily of Victoria road.

    p.s, Priti Patel is wonderful.

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    Corbyn believes in socialism, not communism. Learn the difference, otherwise you make yourself look a right clown.

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    Hes fooled you.

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    Frank goes on like this all the time, Kessler, it’s why we love him so much.

    As a gift, Frank, can I offer you a gift from the Socialists? I’ll allow you to choose the wall that you’ll eventually end up against.

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    As I said elsewhere, there’s a bit of good in socialism and a bit of good in capitalism.

    Too much extreme on either side is no good.

    Blairs government got the balance right in his early years, before 9/11 and licking America’s arse.

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    Until you reminded me Psaw I had forgotten how good Gordon Brown was.

    I have attached a link so you can have a look at his website and remind yourself of what we are missing.

    You will see that in Gordon's own words:

    • He is widely credited with preventing a second Great Depression through his stewardship of the 2009 London G20 summit.

    • He was one of the first leaders during the global crisis to initiate calls for global financial action, while introducing a range of rescue measures in the UK.

    • In April 2009, he hosted the G20 Summit in London where world leaders committed to make an additional $1.1 trillion available to help the world economy through the crisis and restore credit, growth and jobs. They also pledged to strengthen financial supervision and regulation.

    • As the longest-serving Chancellor in modern history he masterminded many of Labour’s proudest achievements including the Minimum Wage, Sure Start, the Winter Fuel Allowance, the Child Trust Fund, the Child Tax Credit and paid paternity leave.

    • His record on global justice includes his negotiation of debt cancellation for the world’s poorest nations and the tripling of the budget for life-saving aid.


    It seems pretty clear that he was a cut above the likes of Sunak and Johnson.

    Not surprising the United Nations saw him as the ideal candidate to be their Special Envoy for Global Education.


    https://gordonandsarahbrown.com/gordon-brown/

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    If you walked onto a psychiatric ward, you could ask a patient what his name was. He might reply Sitting Bull, Ghandi, Tom Hanks, even George Washington.

    Now try talking him out of it. Cant do it. Like you lot.

    Kessler, Labour politicians sing the Red Flag every christmas in parliament, and wave one around. All of them. Corbyn not a commy..? How many ways is he a commy?, all of them.

    Brown is the worst PM this country has ever had. He regularly visited Moscow.

    I must try and remember where i am. You lot still respond to the master serf nonsense. As for getting shot griff, theres not much chance of that. Even if you did stand me against a wall, your troops would have Konk hair, wear pink jeans, smoke pot, and talk like Dylan on the magic roundabout.

    And date each other when it gets dark. The transgender ones would stamp on me.. get that one?

    The chance of hitting anything is nought.

    To defeat the socialists, im sure the boy scouts will do it. Priti Patel could do ot on her own. You try getting red civil servants to do anything.

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    Thanks for the intel Psaw.

    Priti is often in tents but I didn't know she was a boy scout.

    Speaking of Ess*ex (even t'other Board doesn't sensor that Griff) when you walked onto the psychiatric ward did you see the patient claimin (phonetic spelling) to be Don Estelle?

    I reckon it could be General Sir Mark Gino Francois.

    He hasn't been seen for a while. Any gossip on why he is no longer turning up at ERG meetings?

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    Interesting

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