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    why not
    Things were still more inconvenient.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Things were still more inconvenient.
    Fair point. However, the mood in the country were much better. I would say the 90's were the best decade.
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    I would say the 90's were the best decade.
    Yeah, remind me , who was in government then ?
    And who's budget was implemented for the whole of the 90's?
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    Fair point. However, the mood in the country were much better. I would say the 90's were the best decade.
    When you becoming an MP RedManc , I want to see you in the cabinet!
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    Yeah, remind me , who was in government then ?
    And who's budget was implemented for the whole of the 90's?
    Ken Clarke was alreyt. He was way better than George Osbourne. He is my favourite tory
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    When you becoming an MP RedManc , I want to see you in the cabinet!
    Me too. I want tae be foreign secretary
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    Me too. I want tae be foreign secretary
    Have u asked yet?
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    Have u asked yet?
    Not yet. I will when there is a by-election or an election. I still think I'm unknown in the Labour Party.
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    Go onto the proxy list and run if there is an election!
    Also there is a shadow cabinet reshuffle so keep your eyes out
    Can the shadow cabinet take a Labour MP.
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    Can the shadow cabinet take a Labour MP.
    Gotta ask mobbsy91 , beware he doesn't like lefties.
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    Can the shadow cabinet take a Labour MP.
    That would mean scrutinising your own party btw , it makes no sense
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    Gotta ask mobbsy91 , beware he doesn't like lefties.
    I would be Foreign secretary. I would be the most conservative Labour foreign policy person ever
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    (Original post by RedManc)
    Fair point. However, the mood in the country were much better. I would say the 90's were the best decade.
    Nah, not really. We were still in a recession.
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    I would be Foreign secretary. I would be the most conservative Labour foreign policy person ever
    You would give at Life_peer an easy job.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Nah, not really. We were still in a recession.
    We were in recession from 2008-2009
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    You would give at Life_peer an easy job.
    Aye, Life_peer should be in the House of Lords. Its in his username
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    best years of my life without a doubt
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    (Original post by zayn008)
    Does anyone else just miss how simple life was back then? The great music, the great TV shows, the movies (Harry potter was still a franchise), the fashion, schools were better, we had a progressive labour government... i miss the 00's a lot in general but lately its been 2009. Anyone else just feeling sick with all the new technology and domination of social media?
    personally, the year for me was 2002. I was 10 years old and a lot seemed to be going on for me despite having no friends in school.

    then high school happened I made friends, got bullied/victimised a lot more (fat, hairy, non-white muslim in a predominantly white athiestic school), fell in love with a girl who was a lot like me (minus attractive and good build, minus flat chest), lost tonnes of weight to impress her (not really succeeded wooing her) and nglected education because of her, did **** in GCSE (AABBBBCCDDE)


    sixth form was worse: got mugged on route to AS levels, suffered PTSD in A2 levels, lost all my friends I made in AS levels and high school, teachers were absolute knobs.

    went to russel group uni and graduated with 2:1/merit Masters at age of 21, was involved with tonnes of SOCs at uni (even ran a few of them), failed interview for jobs at top companies based in cambridge, london, brighton, hertfordshire, buckinghamshire, been unemployed for 30/44 months since graduating, had to clean toilets and do crap I didnt want to do for 12 months in a job where my boss wanted me sacked before even starting work and am not in a financially great situation (living at home with parents and cant move out, both parents are pensioners and 1 of them requires care from me and the other due to disabilites).

    yh, life is an interesting one and I agree, the 00's were better
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    Can the shadow cabinet take a Labour MP.
    Nope!
 
 
 
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