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And more people abstaining then anything else.
Yeah that was irritating. Some MPs need to put more thought into it when they vote.
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Yeah that was irritating. Some MPs need to put more thought into it when they vote.
Problem was that the bill didn't seem to change a huge amount, and I for one wasn't too bothered either way.
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Yeah that was irritating. Some MPs need to put more thought into it when they vote.
I guess it was just a really vanilla bill.
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I guess it was just a really vanilla bill.
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Problem was that the bill didn't seem to change a huge amount, and I for one wasn't too bothered either way.
That's true. Though I voted 'Nay' because I didn't see the point and it eventually came down to how much do you like the name 'Ofsted'.
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As it is both a debate night and poetry night (seemingly), my contribution is the bit of work I devised for the last TSR General Election.





Perhaps it's true. Ultimately he didn't have the same authority as Julie Etchingham had.
poor show, we expect propper poetry written on the fly, I also am looking forward to your leaders reply

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That's true. Though I voted 'Nay' because I didn't see the point and it eventually came down to how much do you like the name 'Ofsted'.
it was really just change for the sake of change.
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it was really just change for the sake of change.
Yeah and I'm not at all a fan of that.
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I don't think I'm making many friends in the prisoner's voting bill :/
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Is the bartender around?

Mr Farage and myself would like to purchase some fine alcoholic beverages.


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Is the bartender around?

Mr Farage and myself would like to purchase some fine alcoholic beverages.


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Of course - what can I get you today?
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Of course - what can I get you today?
You must have pressed the submit reply button a second before me :P

I'll have a Pussers Navy Rum and a pint of your finest ale for Nigel Farage MEP.
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You must have pressed the submit reply button a second before me :P

I'll have a Pussers Navy Rum and a pint of your finest ale for Nigel Farage MEP.
Haha, yeh! That's no problem, to the tab or cash?
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Haha, yeh! That's no problem, to the tab or cash?
Can I open a personal tab after UKIPs got a bit overused the other night :P

Also, agree with your sentiments on prisoners rights to vote.
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Can I open a personal tab after UKIPs got a bit overused the other night :P

Also, agree with your sentiments on prisoners rights to vote.
Sure thing!

Haha, your thoughts probably aren't quite as extreme as mine though! Aph is not happy with me though lol! To be fair, what I've said isn't the most morally nice - actually, it's morally disgusting probably, but hey ho - if everyone was morally perfect then we wouldn't have prisons at all...
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Sure thing!

Haha, your thoughts probably aren't quite as extreme as mine though! Aph is not happy with me though lol! To be fair, what I've said isn't the most morally nice - actually, it's morally disgusting probably, but hey ho - if everyone was morally perfect then we wouldn't have prisons at all...
If everyone was morally perfect we'd all be communists.
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Sure thing!

Haha, your thoughts probably aren't quite as extreme as mine though! Aph is not happy with me though lol! To be fair, what I've said isn't the most morally nice - actually, it's morally disgusting probably, but hey ho - if everyone was morally perfect then we wouldn't have prisons at all...
Probably not :P The way I see it, if you abuse the society you're in, you don't deserve to play an active role in it. I'd rather see 'life means life' (with convictions beyond all doubt) than see 'life' being a second chance to reoffend.
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If everyone was morally perfect we'd all be communists.
I'd rather die.


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Probably not :P The way I see it, if you abuse the society you're in, you don't deserve to play an active role in it. I'd rather see 'life means life' (with convictions beyond all doubt) than see 'life' being a second chance to reoffend.
Fair enough! yeh, life is too lenient...
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I'd rather die.
I'd rather have Eric Pickles fart in my face every 10 minutes for the rest of my life, I think that's worse than death.
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I'd rather have Eric Pickles fart in my face every 10 minutes for the rest of my life, I think that's worse than death.
Hahaha, fair enough!
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I'd rather die.




Fair enough! yeh, life is too lenient...
Well if that's what you want :colone:
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