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le bon paysan

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Livestock Farmer
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steveR

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Many politicians have had their noses in troughs from all sides. Funny how you only dig up the current and Brexit supporting ones though. Kind of gives us a clue as to your feelings as if we hadn’t realised before. Tres Bien!
Daily/Sunday Mule... not noted for it's liberal, remaining tendencies....? :unsure:
 

neilo

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Mixed Farmer
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Montgomeryshire
Correct.
Have you noticed how stories like jrm are now being covered in the mail? It's changed subtlety of late. 18 months ago he'd have been cheered for getting one over the EU in some way!
Perhaps the Emperors have no clothes after all.

Absolutely. The Tory supporting press seems to have been going off Boris and his clowns of late.

We’ll know BoJo has had it when they start applauding that awful Rayner creature instead.🤐
 

le bon paysan

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Livestock Farmer
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Limousin, France
Absolutely. The Tory supporting press seems to have been going off Boris and his clowns of late.

We’ll know BoJo has had it when they start applauding that awful Rayner creature instead.🤐
😁Im not sure that'll happen , but God has apparently told Nadine Dorries that she is pm material.
 

steveR

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Mixed Farmer

Hindsight

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Lincolnshire
If SHE got anywhere near really high office, I think I will be heading South. I've always liked the Limousin area...

Westminster always reminds me of Secondary School. New boys and girl coming in. And Sixth formers leaving. And as one progressed through School it became apparent who were the clever ones, who the good sporty ones, who were popular, who was odd and nerdy and of course the little cliques that started and stopped and developed over the years. And then as we got towards the Sixth form the allocation of Head of house, Prefect and Head Boy / Girl positions. And the politics of that. Private Eye has it all nicely weighed up.
 

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