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(Original post by Republic1)
The Greens and Socialists have been sorted for a long while. Labour decided it needed a leadership election - the mysterious circumstances of which have still not been revealed to the house - and this rigmarole with Labour has delayed the Cabinet.
That's just not correct. We're ready, we have an acting leader in TBM, who, for all extents and purposes can be taken exactly the same as any other leader. As for these "mysterious circumstances", it was Saoirse:3 deciding he didn't have enough time to devote to the role so he resigned. Hardly mysterious stuff.
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As I pointed out earlier, we as a government were VoNC'd for less last time around. Hey ho.
I'd like to add we didn't vote against you in that VONC :ninja:

As for the government, everything is fine just waiting on a few things but its mostly sorted.
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(Original post by nixonsjellybeans)
I'd like to add we didn't vote against you in that VONC :ninja:

As for the government, everything is fine just waiting on a few things but its mostly sorted.
Haha - and thank you for that!
Good good - as I say, I'm not trying to stir or anything, I just think this is typically TSR Labour!
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The Greens and Socialists have been sorted for a long while. Labour decided it needed a leadership election - the mysterious circumstances of which have still not been revealed to the house - and this rigmarole with Labour has delayed the Cabinet.
I'm not really involved here any more but if there's a Lab/Soc/Green coalition in govt then that is one of the least professional comments I've ever read on here. Aren't you in the Socialists leadership in some way? Very, very poor show.


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I hope to see all long-term vacant seats (i.e. two months plus) made subject to a by-election, to ensure we keep activity consistent and encourage parties to be active.

Good luck to Labour's leadership candidates.
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I'd like to request that you keep any discussions related to this matter within the confines of the Government subforum. The Commons Bar is the place for chat and frivolity, not for arguments to spill over into no matter how light or small they are.
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I'd take a leaf out of Toronto's vocabulary and say to critiques of TSR Labour, they "have lives", you know.


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(Original post by Jarred)
I'd like to request that you keep any discussions related to this matter within the confines of the Government subforum. The Commons Bar is the place for chat and frivolity, not for arguments to spill over into no matter how light or small they are.
You should have written 'Order Order' at the beginning of your post.
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Please folks it was a tongue in cheek comment which you took seriously. I've come back from the pub to find people up in arms over a joke.
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Just been watching 'Now you see me', a good film about misdirection. You don't see who the 5th guy turns out to be until the end either and i'm usually good at sussing out who's the other guy in films pretty early.
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(Original post by Rakas21)
Just been watching 'Now you see me', a good film about misdirection. You don't see who the 5th guy turns out to be until the end either and i'm usually good at sussing out who's the other guy in films pretty early.
I remember that film - I suppose the twist was kinda good but the film itself I thought was poor.
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(Original post by Rakas21)
Just been watching 'Now you see me', a good film about misdirection. You don't see who the 5th guy turns out to be until the end either and i'm usually good at sussing out who's the other guy in films pretty early.
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I remember that film - I suppose the twist was kinda good but the film itself I thought was poor.
The tricks were rubbish (largely unrealistic) but the ending was quite a surprise indeed. It was difficult to bear the whole blockbuster appeal, though. Too long and too flashy. Contrary to that, I have recently seen Moon (2009) which I fancied much more mainly due to its peculiar atmosphere – although I knew what was happening very early, their behaviour was unexpected and I was not sure how it would evolve. By the way, another blockbuster featuring a certain prominent scientologist ripped it off.

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It was the AI that was most perplexing. I certainly did not expect it to help them or be compassionate.
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Anyone else excited for Eurovision? :party:

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Anyone else excited for Eurovision? :party:

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No, I opted out of it years ago. Surprising it's not a UKIP policy to withdraw from it.

Time for a cup of tea.
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No, I opted out of it years ago. Surprising it's not a UKIP policy to withdraw from it.

Time for a cup of tea.
:eek:

I have wondered that, too :beard:
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:eek:

I have wondered that, too :beard:
Fear not, given the political element of it i'm sure that in several decades if we ever join the Euro, Europe will be so happy that they'll vote for us.
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Fear not, given the political element of it i'm sure that in several decades if we ever join the Euro, Europe will be so happy that they'll vote for us.
If that had been the key argument back when Euro membership was being discussed, maybe we'd have ended up adopting it!
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(Original post by Mazzini)
Anyone else excited for Eurovision? :party:

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When is it? I love Eurovision.


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(Original post by Mazzini)
:eek:

I have wondered that, too :beard:
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(Original post by Rakas21)
Fear not, given the political element of it i'm sure that in several decades if we ever join the Euro, Europe will be so happy that they'll vote for us.
Haha! As if there's going to be a Euro to join in a few decades...!
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