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This is a joke Motion in the Model House of Commons (MHoC). It's a piece of proposed legislation that is currently being debated, but I wouldn't take it too seriously! All are welcome and encouraged to ask questions about the bill's content and join in the debate – you don't have to be in a party or be an MP to do so.

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M574 – Make America Grate Again, Quirky Editor MP
This House calls upon the Government to prohibit the export of cheese to America due to the current climate crisis. Americans need to get to stop watching GoT and grate some Cheese.
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I would make the semi-usual "I remember when joke motions used to be good" comment, but I wasn't here for that time so I can't.
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Er...no?
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I would make the semi-usual "I remember when joke motions used to be good" comment, but I wasn't here for that time so I can't.
Can't blame a guy for trying. I would like to remind the honourable gentleman humour is subjective.
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Er...no?
It was unfortunate I was unable to gain your support at this time. I can assure the right honourable lady that the climate is an important issue and that GoT is over rated.
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I would like to remind the honourable gentleman humour is subjective.
Wow no way, thanks for the reminder chief.
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Wow no way, thanks for the reminder chief.
You are most welcome.
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In the vein of the thread, this motion is redundant; with the current administration America is certainly grating on everyone else.
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In the vein of the thread, this motion is redundant; with the current administration America is certainly grating on everyone else.
Cheese grating can act as stress relief.
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Due to the terribly received reviews GOT got, mainly the last season, and the fact climate change is a thing, probably will vote Aye
Plus, that pun is.... not very punny.
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Andrew97 Will this be sent to division?
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All the way same with the UK need to stop importing so much food. As we need to go back to having local food for local people that in turn leads to a bit of self sufficiency saving the planet in the process 👍
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Andrew97 Will this be sent to division?
No.
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Prohibiting the import of cheese to the United States for trivial reasons does not seem very productive. Hence I shall be voting nay in this item.
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Prohibiting the import of cheese to the United States for trivial reasons does not seem very productive. Hence I shall be voting nay in this item.
If the planet burning is trivial I'd like to know what you class as "big". I can guess what you don't.
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If the planet burning is trivial I'd like to know what you class as "big". I can guess what you don't.
Well you seem to mention the popular television drama Game of Thrones in this motion, which eliminates any seriousness for which the topic should be discussed with.
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Aye!

I support cheese puns!
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If the planet burning is trivial I'd like to know what you class as "big". I can guess what you don't.
Good thing the planet isn't on fire, that would be rather concerning given rock doesn't tend to burn
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Good thing the planet isn't on fire, that would be rather concerning given rock doesn't tend to burn
How boring would literalism make the English language.
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Why not support the revival of American industry and MAMGA (Make America Make Grates Again)?
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