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I sent it in response to the part where she started screaming like a lunatic.
Ohh, yes:sad: that was cringeworthy unfortunately.
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Important to note that Bennett is twisting the words of Rachel Reeves there. Greens are deliberately taking quotes out of context.

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I haven't seen tonight's debate. Any good?
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Important to note that Bennett is twisting the words of Rachel Reeves there. Greens are deliberately taking quotes out of context.

Thought that might be the case. I didn't expect her to stoop that low.

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I haven't seen tonight's debate. Any good?
It's okay, a "blob" (with reference to Rakas) of the left vs. Farage it seems.
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I haven't seen tonight's debate. Any good?
More of a melee than the ITV one.

Farage made a fool of himself by attacking the audience and the BBC. Sturgeon has done well as expected. Bennett misquoting a Labour MP and started screaming when things were getting heated. Wood speaking as though she's reading off a Plaid Cymru press release. Miliband attacked from both sides and got hit by Sturgeon a lot I felt. Nevertheless, hit back against the SNP and survived fairly intact.
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Important to note that Bennett is twisting the words of Rachel Reeves there. Greens are deliberately taking quotes out of context.

They're not as moral as they'd have you think.

I think Ed made a very good point when he said that Sturgeon, despite claiming to want a Labour government, was encouraging people to vote for 'anyone but Labour'. If Scots start thinking they can just vote SNP and still keep the Tories out we'll never reclaim Scotland and we'll be destroyed for establishing an undemocratic and farcical 'progressive alliance'.
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(Original post by The Financier)
More of a melee than the ITV one.

Farage made a fool of himself by attacking the audience and the BBC. Sturgeon has done well as expected. Bennett misquoting a Labour MP and started screaming when things were getting heated. Wood speaking as though she's reading off a Plaid Cymru press release. Miliband attacked from both sides and got hit pretty badly by Nicolas I felt. Nevertheless, still survived fairly intact.
I think it's one election too far for Dimbleby. He looked old and frail.

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(Original post by The Financier)
More of a melee than the ITV one.

Farage made a fool of himself by attacking the audience and the BBC. Sturgeon has done well as expected. Bennett misquoting a Labour MP and started screaming when things were getting heated. Wood speaking as though she's reading off a Plaid Cymru press release. Miliband attacked from both sides and got hit by Sturgeon a lot I felt. Nevertheless, still survived fairly intact.
I'm biased but I think Miliband shined today. Seemed much more natural than the last debate and was, in my opinion, the only credible leader there (except maybe Sturgeon who isn't going to be PM anyway).
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I think it's one election too far for Dimbleby. He looked old and frail.

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No! never say that. :cry2:
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I think it's one election too far for Dimbleby. He looked old and frail.

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He's back on the TV in 45 minutes albeit recorded.
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Despicable behaviour from them...I turn my back for one night and LP is tempting another to the Tories.

Sir Life_peer, (you're not "my dear" anymore)

I'm quite upset with your behaviour last night. Why associate yourself with a Green (although Kittiara is lovely) when I am your future love, the glorious empress of the TSR Realm, the Liberal party leader? I would like an apology please!

Sincerely,

Lady Cesca, TSR Empress and Liberal Party Leader.


(Original post by CescaD96)
Perhaps.
Moon was high and he was lonely,
the temptation reached him slowly,
it was a chance she couldn't miss,
heavens, kitty sent a kiss!

He was loyal to his miss,
but kitty was impossible to resist.
Terrified of claws and hiss,
he feared she was a Bolshevist!

Then it struck him, it was clear,
the dilemma could disappear,
let her join him and lie still –
a goal she could not fulfill.

I hope this truthful and passionate description provides adequate explanation of the events and an apology is therefore unnecessary.

Spoiler:
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P.S.: There are solutions potentially beneficial to all parties involved.
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Moon was high and he was lonely,
the temptation reached him slowly,
it was a chance she couldn't miss,
heavens, kitty sent a kiss!

He was loyal to his miss,
but kitty was impossible to resist.
Terrified of claws and hiss,
he feared she was a Bolshevist!

Then it struck him, it was clear,
the dilemma could disappear,
let her join him and lie still –
a goal she could not fulfill.

I hope this truthful and passionate description provides adequate explanation of the events and an apology is therefore unnecessary.

Spoiler:
Show

P.S.: There are solutions potentially beneficial to all parties involved.
XD

Con-Lib coalition.
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As much as i dislike her and don't think she has the charisma of Salmond for example, it's no suprise to see why people vote for the SNP.. they are not afraid to say 'this is what we believe in and here's why', that's something neither Miliband nor Cameron allow themselves to do.
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Post debate polling seems to be taking a while?
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As much as i dislike her and don't think she has the charisma of Salmond for example, it's no suprise to see why people vote for the SNP.. they are not afraid to say 'this is what we believe in and here's why', that's something neither Miliband nor Cameron allow themselves to do.
I think she is much more likable than Salmond, and I also think she's a better speaker.
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I'm biased but I think Miliband shined today. Seemed much more natural than the last debate and was, in my opinion, the only credible leader there (except maybe Sturgeon who isn't going to be PM anyway).
He was getting hit quite hard towards the middle of the debate, but as is typical of his performances in debates, got better towards the end.

(Original post by Life_peer)


Moon was high and he was lonely,
the temptation reached him slowly,
it was a chance she couldn't miss,
heavens, kitty sent a kiss!

He was loyal to his miss,
but kitty was impossible to resist.
Terrified of claws and hiss,
he feared she was a Bolshevist!

Then it struck him, it was clear,
the dilemma could disappear,
let her join him and lie still –
a goal she could not fulfill.

I hope this truthful and passionate description provides adequate explanation of the events and an apology is therefore unnecessary.

Spoiler:
Show

P.S.: There are solutions potentially beneficial to all parties involved.
PRSOM :lol:
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Moon was high and he was lonely,
the temptation reached him slowly,
it was a chance she couldn't miss,
heavens, kitty sent a kiss!

He was loyal to his miss,
but kitty was impossible to resist.
Terrified of claws and hiss,
he feared she was a Bolshevist!

Then it struck him, it was clear,
the dilemma could disappear,
let her join him and lie still –
a goal she could not fulfill.

I hope this truthful and passionate description provides adequate explanation of the events and an apology is therefore unnecessary.

Spoiler:
Show

P.S.: There are solutions potentially beneficial to all parties involved.
So you were weak,
plain and simple meek.
Failed to resist advances,
have you had too many chances?

A Tory leader you may be,
but begging for her sympathy?
are you not a man but a mouse?
is it time to retire from the house?

To make this problem disapear,
an appology is what we need to hear.
so join me now in the call,
for the reign of life_peer to finally fall.
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UKIP pass some major education reforms with just one vote on a division with only 72% turnout. Kudos to them.
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UKIP pass some major education reforms with just one vote on a division with only 72% turnout. Kudos to them.
And more people abstaining then anything else.
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