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    (Original post by Thunder and Jazz)
    UCL made me tell them about my driving license points.
    What business is that of theirs?
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    What business is that of theirs?
    They can ask, for the most part, whatever they please. Whether it is "their business" or not rather depends on how you are defining that....
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    (Original post by Thunder and Jazz)
    As a former Speaker who totally bent/broke the rules on occasion to get things done, I can tell you it's all discretion. He can do whatever he pleases to grease the wheels and keep the admins happy. Frankly if Speakers didn't do such things, we'd have been shut down long ago.

    In other news, UCL made me tell them about my driving license points and want an authorised transcript which means they'll find out about the crap mark I got in the extra module I took in first year because I didn't care about it.

    Balls.
    Just be honest about it. They will have heard all the bull**** and are fully aware that people do badly first year all the time.
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    How do you get involved in this then?
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    (Original post by Cheese_Monster)
    How do you get involved in this then?
    Choose a party and join it - how you progress from there will differ between parties

    The Tories here mirror RL in being scum and bastards

    Fair warning.

    :mmm:
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Choose a party and join it - how you progress from there will differ between parties

    The Tories here mirror RL in being scum and bastards

    Fair warning.

    :mmm:
    Hahaha fantastic, luckily I don't have the inclination to join them then ;P
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    (Original post by Cheese_Monster)
    How do you get involved in this then?
    Hi,

    There are a number of ways to get involved. As mentioned above, you can join a party by clicking here. Joining a party grants you access to their secret sub-forum where you can meet your party colleagues and help them develop the bills and motions that we debate.

    You can also debate any bill or motion that is posted here. Debate on bills and motions is open to anyone and everyone on TSR.

    Or, if you wish, you can start your own petitions, which is also open to anyone and everyone on TSR (except MPs, and me!).

    We've got a newbie FAQ here, and you're more than welcome to ask me questions. It's what I'm here for!
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    (Original post by Metrobeans)
    Hi,

    There are a number of ways to get involved. As mentioned above, you can join a party by clicking here. Joining a party grants you access to their secret sub-forum where you can meet your party colleagues and help them develop the bills and motions that we debate.

    You can also debate any bill or motion that is posted here. Debate on bills and motions is open to anyone and everyone on TSR.

    Or, if you wish, you can start your own petitions, which is also open to anyone and everyone on TSR (except MPs, and me!).

    We've got a newbie FAQ here, and you're more than welcome to ask me questions. It's what I'm here for!
    Thank you

    Is there a way to learn about the TSR parties' policies at all?
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    (Original post by Cheese_Monster)
    Thank you

    Is there a way to learn about the TSR parties' policies at all?
    Could try the election thread, we all put manifestos up or if your after a specific department go to the "ask a (insert party name)" threads.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Choose a party and join it - how you progress from there will differ between parties

    The Tories here mirror RL in being scum and bastards

    Fair warning.

    :mmm:
    I'd neg, but I laughed too much
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    (Original post by Moleman1996)
    I'd neg, but I laughed too much
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    Hows everyones football teams doing? Technically we could still make the playoffs not likely though, ah well, maybe next year...
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    (Original post by Moleman1996)
    Hows everyones football teams doing? Technically we could still make the playoffs not likely though, ah well, maybe next year...
    Very good since you gave us our manager back. Cheers for beating M'boro at the weekend, really helped us out.
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    (Original post by Alofleicester)
    Very good since you gave us our manager back. Cheers for beating M'boro at the weekend, really helped us out.
    he he, can have him, we've got Barmby Should have signed a striker in January though...
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    (Original post by Moleman1996)
    he he, can have him, we've got Barmby Should have signed a striker in January though...
    Leicester - 9th, 62 points, +12 goal difference
    Hull - 10th, 61 points, +1 goal difference

    When Pearson returned:
    Hull - 9th, 24 points, -1 goal difference
    Leicester - 12th, 22 points, +1 goal difference.

    That doesn't appear to be a good thing by the looks of it.
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    (Original post by Alofleicester)
    Leicester - 9th, 62 points, +12 goal difference
    Hull - 10th, 61 points, +1 goal difference

    When Pearson returned:
    Hull - 9th, 24 points, -1 goal difference
    Leicester - 12th, 22 points, +1 goal difference.

    That doesn't appear to be a good thing by the looks of it.
    first season as a manager, injuries to almost all our defence and you're still only one point in front, we've hit a slump in form :P Like i said his main mistake was not going out to get a striker in january, but he's learning and he's definately the person to stick with. As soon as pearson asked for permission to talk to you, he had to go regardless of whether or not he got the job. He's a good manager tbf to him though, however lacking his sense of loyalty is
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    In TSR world, Qatada is now sitting in a cell somewhere deep in Jordan
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    (Original post by Moleman1996)
    Hows everyones football teams doing? Technically we could still make the playoffs not likely though, ah well, maybe next year...
    In the middle of winning the league!
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    (Original post by D.R.E)
    In the middle of winning the league!
    he he, which league is that though? You could be refering to the blue square...
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    French Resistance hero dies aged 97:

    http://www.france24.com/en/20120411-...rce=RSS_public

    RIP
 
 
 
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