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    (Original post by mobbsy91)
    I'd probably agree with that to be honest.




    Can you let us know when you find out...
    I've had a read through this, and it seems implicit that denying your child access to healthcare is illegal.

    https://www.rbkc.gov.uk/pdf/FPI%20is...l%20Feb_08.pdf
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    (Original post by Lime-man)
    Only?!
    Yes, only a year older than Boris Johnson.

    Betty Boothroyd was speaker at 71, Michael Martin at 63. Dennis Skinner is 84.
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    (Original post by barnetlad)
    Yes, only a year older than Boris Johnson.

    Betty Boothroyd was speaker at 71, Michael Martin at 63. Dennis Skinner is 84.
    And they all constitute as old also.
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    (Original post by Lime-man)
    I've had a read through this, and it seems implicit that denying your child access to healthcare is illegal.

    https://www.rbkc.gov.uk/pdf/FPI%20is...l%20Feb_08.pdf
    Sound :yy:
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    Evening all. Empress service will resume on Saturday.
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    This is the most striking difference between US and UK politics. Even if it's a publicity stunt, which it likely is, his Murrican equivalent would be surrounded by his security detail… or I should say he wouldn't do this once in a million years.
    Indeed, many MPs and significant figures regularly use public transport, something unheard of in the states, but the guns may have something to do with that

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    Evening all. Empress service will resume on Saturday.
    Vote Tory, she-demon.
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    (Original post by Airmed)
    Evening all. Empress service will resume on Saturday.
    Have you been convertedto an outer (or even more so) after seeing the travesty that is the EU?

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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    Vote Tory, she-demon.
    I've done my voting my dear sir .

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    Have you been convertedto an outer (or even more so) after seeing the travesty that is the EU?

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    Tbh with you, JD, visiting all the institutions that I have visited has just left me far more confused about the EU than ever before. Far too many organisations that all sound the same but apparently do different things.
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    I've done my voting my dear sir .



    Tbh with you, JD, visiting all the institutions that I have visited has just left me far more confused about the EU than ever before. Far too many organisations that all sound the same but apparently do different things.
    Talking to one of Hannan's researchers it does tend to polarise views. Brit tend to shift anti, everybody else pro. Whilst I was there he had a group of his constituents there. They shifted from 3:1 against to 9:1 against. I think our party was similar.

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    I'm not even half way though the ad hoc article and I know it's absolute *******s, anybody who suggests that the budget was good has few brain cells few and far between, unless objective wrongness and incoherence now counts as good (hardly surprising given Labour's record) I weep for this country.

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    mate of mine just sent me this, almost threw up just reading it

    in case it's not obvious, this is him losing almost $8k in a single poker hand
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)


    mate of mine just sent me this, almost threw up just reading it

    in case it's not obvious, this is him losing almost $8k in a single poker hand
    Eh, only £5k

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Eh, only £5k

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    Thats like 2 months wages

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    mate of mine just sent me this, almost threw up just reading it

    in case it's not obvious, this is him losing almost $8k in a single poker hand
    With 2 aces on the table i wouldnt have gone all in with only a 3 of a kind

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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)


    mate of mine just sent me this, almost threw up just reading it

    in case it's not obvious, this is him losing almost $8k in a single poker hand
    No use of the Kelly Criterion?
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    I just saw this on the BBC website - 'HMRC still not doing enough to tackle tax fraud'. The Tories don't need to raise taxes, instead they should improve their tax collection system because at the moment it is dreadful.
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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    I just saw this on the BBC website - 'HMRC still not doing enough to tackle tax fraud'. The Tories don't need to raise taxes, instead they should improve their tax collection system because at the moment it is dreadful.
    Because naturally a news publication will say "hmrc doing more to tackle tax fraud", even if it hits the point that it is literally not worth it to clamp down more the same headline will be used, certainly sells better than " HMRC doing all it can on tax fraud." What was that party that a few years ago finished a1é year stint in government letting tax fraud growv and not improving the "dreadful" system?

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    Because naturally a news publication will say "hmrc doing more to tackle tax fraud", even if it hits the point that it is literally not worth it to clamp down more the same headline will be used, certainly sells better than " HMRC doing all it can on tax fraud." What was that party that a few years ago finished a1é year stint in government letting tax fraud growv and not improving the "dreadful" system?

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    A Corbyn government would be far, far different on the issue than Blair/Brown's governments were, even you can't deny that Jammy
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    (Original post by Kay_Winters)
    A Corbyn government would be far, far different on the issue than Blair/Brown's governments were, even you can't deny that Jammy
    It will be different, not in a good way and he still won't be able to simply snap his fingers and say "world peace, tax dodging gone, Britain is a socialist utopia" and it happens.

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