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    I forecast a bit of a shake up for 2020...
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    Yep, Matt Hancock has really got this nailed on. Clever bollocks.
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    And sense of humour too.
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    Psychoanalyst Margaret Lawrence has died at 105 https://www.episcopalnewsservice.org/2019/12/06/rip-margaret-morgan-lawrence-lay-champion-of-peace-and-reconciliation-work-dies-at-105/
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    Ron Leibman https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/ron-leibman-dead-actor-angels-america-wheres-poppa-friends-was-82-1197320
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    One wonders what jury on Earth absolves someone from calling someone else a pedo [sic]? An American one. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-50695593
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    Seen as this thread appears to have become the psephology geekery thread: There's a number of constituency that have consistently backed the winner (most seats) at previous elections going back to at least 1997. Essentially if Boris starts losing these (especially if Watford goes red) - (all Tory held, naturally) he might want start panicking like mad on December 12th. They are: 1955 Watford (on 2nd check this went Lab in 1970.) 1964 Dartford Feb 1974 Loughborough Northampton North Portsmouth North 1979 Burton Dover Gloucester Harrow East Morecambe and Lunesdale Pudsey Worcester 1983 Amber Valley Calder Valley Crawley Derbyshire South Erewash Great Yarmouth Harlow Hastings and Rye Leicestershire North West Norwich North Reading West Ribble South Rossendale and Darwen Sherwood Staffordshire Moorlands Stevenage Thanet South Vale of Glamorgan 1997 Brigg and Goole Cannock Chase Carlisle Camarthen West and Pembrokeshire South Chatham and Aylesford Cleethorpes Dudley South Finchley and Golders Green Halesowen and Rowley Regis Hendon Kingswood Nuneaton Pendle Redditch Sittingbourne and Sheppey Staffod Constituency Stourbridge Swindon North Swindon South Tamworth Thurrock Warwickshire North
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    They sent him to cover a fucking hurricane last year. The BBC are trying to kill him. Would be a massive miss if he didn't feature. It's Thomas Schaffernaker of course.
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    I despair of this country. To be honest at this point, we deserve what we bloody well get. If the polls are right a significant minority of people think that the person who is untrustworthy and out of touch is the most suitable to be Prime Minister. The source is a post on twitter of a YouGov poll but twitter seems to be down. Who do you think came across as more... Trustworthy: Corbyn 48% (+4) Johnson 38% (-2) Likeable: Johnson 55% (+1) Corbyn 36% (-1) In Touch: Corbyn 57% (-2) Johnson 29% (+4) Prime Ministerial: Johnson: 54% (=) Corbyn 30% (+1) The race to be PM is now literally a popularity contest. It's been this way for many years but I don't remember it ever being this ridiculous. The country, if these polls are right, has decided that whether or not someone is likeable is the main criteria to decide whether to let them run the country.
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