Habitual liar, lazy con artist and sex pest about to be made PM Watch

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(Original post by Napp)
Did you seriously just try and contend that a serial philanderer or who had yet to do the most basic elements of his job is neither a sex pest nor a shiftless layabout? The man who humiliated Britain as a minister and did absolutely nothing as an MP or a Mayor?

Also, make you your mind if its libel or slander. It can only be one in this instance dear. Here's a hint, it positively cannot be slander..
For someone who's not interested in my opinion you keep following me around. Quote me all you like I won't reply anymore, I don't feed trolls
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I think I might have touched a nerve with this?

I clearly have asked the question to the OP regards the sex pest issue, why you tell me to do what I clearly already have is bizarre? My question to the OP was ignored... Funny that eh, can't think why?

Making a false statement damaging to a person's reputation is slander by definition, what do you think slander means?

Tigger you intervened in the argument, why? So therefore I stick to my original thoughts. Cannot just randomly make things up about somebody and thus I am amazed that TSR has not removed this thread.

Thank you for your personal interpretation as too why Boris is Lazy, however this thread predates you're example, also I would argue that your example is not an example of a lazy person, it's more like an example of somebody who's playing a political game!
Think you are being rather presumptuous.

Rest assured I dont really give a toss about it.

I treated the thread title as a whole and whether it was defamatory.

Notwithstanding it was by surprises. then if it breached community rules and was demonstrably false I pointed out you should take that up with the mods. Seems to me some of those characteristics such as being a liar were perfectly true and something you seem unable to admit to.

You need to get a dictionary and look it up so you use the correct words in the correct situations or you look sillier than usual.

Nope it goes all the way back to the referendum as well. Apparently Boris has some sort of magic wand that will bring the EU to heel, but he never explains how he will do it. Anyway do carry on with the fawning. The irony is I hardly ever agree with the likes of full of surprises but your po faced response made me burst out laughing. Go and report them to the mods is the normal course of action and let them decide.

Do you actually post on anything else other than brexit?
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(Original post by Burton Bridge)
Oooh dear, careful if you spit your dummy any further you might lose it all together
What does it matter if I don't post on other topics, and as far as I'm aware this topic has nothing to do with Brexit! :rofl:
Before you get try to get smart and tell me to get a dictionary to look words up, you may want to take your own advice up have a look at the word liar and find out what it means. Stones in glass houses.

Now all this immature rabble and still no one can answer my question, why?
You keep trying to suggest I am somewhat concerned about you, when you couldnt be further from the truth.
I only happened on the thread because it presented the interesting issue of whether surprises statement had any truth to it. Clearly the first part about him being an habitual liar is and for someone wanting to be PM that is an important issue.

Ofc this topic is to do with Brexit because it is the issue he declared on and his main platform for being elected leader of the Cons and PM.
It is also the only thing you ever post on.

Are you saying Boris has never lied or hasnt been an habitual liar?
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You keep trying to suggest I am somewhat concerned about you, when you couldnt be further from the truth.
I only happened on the thread because it presented the interesting issue of whether surprises statement had any truth to it. Clearly the first part about him being an habitual liar is and for someone wanting to be PM that is an important issue.

Ofc this topic is to do with Brexit because it is the issue he declared on and his main platform for being elected leader of the Cons and PM.
It is also the only thing you ever post on.

Are you saying Boris has never lied or hasnt been an habitual liar?

My question was in #54. It never mentioned the lies it was clearly about one issue, I then sometime later highlighted no body had answered my question in #64. I then stated that making things up about people you don't agree with/like/trust is not healthy and could be libellous. Now it's pretty clear I was solely speaking of the sex pest issue, I cannot be held responsible for your lack of ability to follow simple dialogue when you waded in adding 2 + 2 and coming up with 9!

Now in answer to the lies you seem to be fixated on, even though suspect you don't understand the meaning of the word, or you are confused? The answer is no I have not witnessed Borris directly lying over and over in a habitual manner, I'm not saying he hadn't, just to be clear only I have not seen evidence of this.

This topic is about borris Johnson becoming PM not Brexit. Again I cannot be held responsible that you see everything and anything resolving around Brexit!

The last topic I posted on was about the house prices crashing you could twist that into Brexit as well?
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I'd much prefer BJ to Hunt. At least we know what we're getting with BJ, Hunt is a slimy piece of work.
Agreed we all know what we're getting with a BJ
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He's really just someone to sit in number 10 until Labour can find a proper leader and dominate the next General Election
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He's really just someone to sit in number 10 until Labour can find a proper leader and dominate the next General Election
I hope so mate, I hope a tory finishes the European mess they started and then we can get a better deal the the majority of the population via a left wing government.
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For someone who's not interested in my opinion you keep following me around. Quote me all you like I won't reply anymore, I don't feed trolls
Awe such a child 😂
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You keep trying to suggest I am somewhat concerned about you, when you couldnt be further from the truth.
You’re attempting to debate a narcissist there, it’ll always be about him.
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We are already at the lower end of income tax rates in the developed world and we have huge public sector funding problems - not least caused by an ageing and undertaxed middle class and increasing older population - in the NHS, in social care, policing - all are in crisis, as well as education.

It's a completely rubbish idea to propose further tax cuts and calculated purely to appeal to the overwhelming stupidity of Tory members in the Home Counties and their self-absorbed clueless indifference to the realities of this country and their Daily Mail-driven false beliefs about the use of public money.
Undertaxed middle class??? chat s*it; the top 10% pay 60% of all income tax. When their incomes fall or they move abroad we're in for a real shocker.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...raph-analysis/
this country;s public services are funded by the elite they hate so much
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He's really just someone to sit in number 10 until Labour can find a proper leader and dominate the next General Election
If only that were true. I can't see Jeremy dominating Boris, quite the contrary. Although it will be interesting to see how they go up against each other in the House. It will be like Mr Huffy and the Silly Old Man.
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😍😍😍😍 Can't wait for Boris to dominate Corbyn!!
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i have no idea who those two are but im sure your analogy is very accurate. i think Corbyn fulfils the role of nice guy very well but he's just so weak and uninspiring, no way he could be PM. I'm waiting for a strong Blair-like character to appear and lead Labour to victory
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If only that were true. I can't see Jeremy dominating Boris, quite the contrary. Although it will be interesting to see how they go up against each other in the House. It will be like Mr Huffy and the Silly Old Man.
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The last thing we need is Blair MK2, thankfully the country agreed which is why change UK fell out of the race very quickly.

Corbyn could have been great for Labour, certainly socialists like myself, unfortunately he has carried on in the same manner he always has as a rebel back bench MP, now he's a rebel leader of the Opposition.
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Undertaxed middle class??? chat s*it; the top 10% pay 60% of all income tax. When their incomes fall or they move abroad we're in for a real shocker.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...raph-analysis/
this country;s public services are funded by the elite they hate so much
The top ten percent have a bigger slice of the pie than they did in 1980, what the telegraph doesn't want to mention is that you'd expect the top ten percenters to be paying a larger proportion of the total amount of income tax because they have a larger proportion of the total amount of income.
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The top ten percent have a bigger slice of the pie than they did in 1980, what the telegraph doesn't want to mention is that you'd expect the top ten percenters to be paying a larger proportion of the total amount of income tax because they have a larger proportion of the total amount of income.
Right, but your table shows that the top 10% of earners take bring in only about 30% of the income, as against the 60% figure (59% in the article) for their tax contribution...
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We are already at the lower end of income tax rates in the developed world a
Clearly, you have not read this: https://www.theglobaleconomy.com/ran...come_tax_rate/

or this:

https://tradingeconomics.com/country...ncome-tax-rate

If the average take is 45% and 44% pay none at all, the better off must be shouldering quite a burden, eh? In fact, 300,000 of them pay 25% of total income taxes.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...on-rich-incre/

In answer to your question, reducing income tax rates for the most productive (and mobile) people results in a higher overall tax take. This is not something that the left likes to face up to but is, nevertheless, true.
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you'd expect the top ten percenters to be paying a larger proportion of the total amount of income tax
Larger than it already is? 300,000 people pay 25% of all income taxes.
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Clearly, you have not read this: https://www.theglobaleconomy.com/ran...come_tax_rate/

or this:

https://tradingeconomics.com/country...ncome-tax-rate

If the average take is 45% and 44% pay none at all, the better off must be shouldering quite a burden, eh? In fact, 300,000 of them pay 25% of total income taxes.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...on-rich-incre/

In answer to your question, reducing income tax rates for the most productive (and mobile) people results in a higher overall tax take. This is not something that the left likes to face up to but is, nevertheless, true.
This is exactly why the tories copied the useless lib dem policy of raising the threshold before you pay tax to the ridiculous level it is today! So they can correctly quote statements like this in the smoke screen they are 'protecting' the poor and vulnerable of society - which they are not.

Regressive tax is encouraged and progressive tax is reduced or abolished.

We have had decades of the tax breaks for the rich from the red tories government , coalition government and Conservative government. The right don't like to admit this but the gap between the richest and poorest has been widening, the super rich are getting more and more extravagant with the abundance of capital they have, while homelessness and poverty soar!

The tax system needs to be revamped, the 10p tax band reintroduced, 50p tax band reintroduced, income tax need to start at 8k again with correct welfare payments to protect those most vulnerable
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the gap between the richest and poorest has been widening, the super rich are getting more and more extravagant with the abundance of capital they have, while homelessness and poverty soar!
Every time these rich people spend money they contribute still more tax. We want them to be extravagant. It creates jobs and provides tax.
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