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Just registered that there are now 365 Tory MPs - opportunity for 2021 to make the worst calendar in the world.

 

A lot of candidates for the April 1st slot.

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Ahem. As I look at a long list of boring, young and healthy Special Advisors, I have but one thing to say:

 

 

Bugger Bolsover.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, msc said:

Ahem. As I look at a long list of boring, young and healthy Special Advisors, I have but one thing to say:

 

 

Bugger Bolsover.

 

 

 

It's pretty thin pickings this time to be frank, even the seats Labour have held include a lot of replacements for standing down MPs.  And a lot of older Tories have retired.

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14 hours ago, Kinnock said:

 

It's pretty thin pickings this time to be frank, even the seats Labour have held include a lot of replacements for standing down MPs.  And a lot of older Tories have retired.

I agree its slim pickings in large measure because of the reasons outlined but I think tory MP Heather Wheeler  is worth going on peoples lists .I think she has a bit of an unhealthy look to her,old before her time and frankly without wishing to be cruel quite overweight.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Gooseberry Crumble said:

I agree its slim pickings in large measure because of the reasons outlined but I think tory MP Heather Wheeler  is worth going on peoples lists .I think she has a bit of an unhealthy look to her,old before her time and frankly without wishing to be cruel quite overweight.

 

 

Looks like Les Dawson in drag 

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16 hours ago, Kinnock said:

 

It's pretty thin pickings this time to be frank, even the seats Labour have held include a lot of replacements for standing down MPs.  And a lot of older Tories have retired.

Well the quota of 65 should hopefully counter that.

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I might also try and keep an eye out for those who may need to go because of nefarious deeds and who quit for other jobs

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My list: 

1)Bill Cash

2)Barry Sheerman

3) Margaret Beckett

4) Sir Roger Gale

5) Peter Bottomley

6) Margaret Hodge

7) John Redwood

8)Marie Rimmer

9)Gordon Henderson

10)Jack Dromey

11)David Davis

12)Jeremy Corbyn 

13)Greg Knight

14)Jon Trickett

15)John McDonnell

16)Harriet Harman

17)Diane Abbott

18)Theresa May

19)Craig Mackinlay 

20)Grahame Morris

21)Ed Miliband 

22)Mark Pritchard 

23)Nigel Evans

24)Iain Duncan Smith

25)Hilary Benn 

26)Michael Fabricant

27)Hywel Williams

28)Emily Thornberry

29)Lyn Brown

30)Christopher Chope

31)Tony Lloyd

32)David Amess

33) Peter Bone

34)Cheryl Gillan

35)Barbara Keeley

36)Julian Lewis

37)Martin Vickers

38)Clive Betts

39)Paul Beresford

40)John Spellar

41)Pauline Latham

42)Christina Rees

43)Ian Blackford

44)Mark Francois

45)Alastair Carmichael

46)Jamie Stone

47)Stephen Timms

48)Lloyd Russell Moyle

49)Lindsay Hoyle

50)Wera Hobhouse

51)Ed Davey

52)Christine Jardine

53)Edward Leigh

54)John Whittingdale

55)Liam Fox

56)Keir Starmer

57)Barry Gardiner

58)Ian Lavery

59)Jeffrey Donaldson

60) Sammy Wilson

61)Gregory Campbell

62)Damian Green

63) Geoffrey Clifton Brown

64)Valerie Vaz

65)Kenny MacAskill

 

 

 

 

 

 

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35 minutes ago, Sean said:

3)Same Margaret Beckett

 

I was expecting you to pick a different one.

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My bunch of clean living survivors are in. Chosen primarily for their fun-sounding names - Thangam Debbonaire and Zarah Sultana being particular favourites. 

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14 minutes ago, Great Uncle Bulgaria said:

My bunch of clean living survivors are in. Chosen primarily for their fun-sounding names - Thangam Debbonaire and Zarah Sultana being particular favourites. 

Zarah Sultana is not someone I had heard of.Only name on anyone's list I had to google.Sounds like a drag name.

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1 hour ago, Grim Up North said:

 

I was expecting you to pick a different one.

More than one Margaret Beckett.Thats a horrible thought.I always think of Lady Tottington when I see old Maggie.

 

 

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I must remember to get my list in by the afternoon of New Years eve! Ie just over 48 hours! Yikes! Because after that alcohol will be temporarily taking possession of me!

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Hi @Sean

 

Here is my list for this pool.

 

Nigel Mills

Mark Tami 

John Baron

David Duguid

Mohammed Yasin

Anne Marie Trevelyan 

David Evennett 

Paul Maynard 

Liz Twist 

Conor Burns 

Ian Liddell Grainger 

Andrew Percy 

Bob Neill 

Craig Whittaker 

Kevin Brennan 

John Stevenson 

Dan Poulter 

Cheryl Gillan

Christopher Chope

Giles Watling 

Owen Paterson 

Mark Menzies

Paul Blomfield 

Maggie Throup 

Douglas Chapman 

Sheryll Murray 

Mike Penning 

Derek Twigg 

Adam Holloway 

Colleen Fletcher 

Anthony Mangnall 

Peter Dowd

Jason McCartney 

Adam Afriyie 

Alan Campbell 

Philip Hollobone

Jim Shannon 

Martin Vickers

Lucy Allan

Ian Lavery 

James Wild

Bill Cash 

Scott Mann 

Yvonne Fovargue 

John Hayes

Heather Wheeler 

Wayne David 

Virendra Sharma 

Peter Bone 

Margaret Beckett 

David Jones

Jon Trickett 

Bill Wiggin 

Liam Fox 

Henry Smith 

Julian Lewis 

Steve Reed 

Tim Loughton 

Ian Paisley 

Clive Efford 

Tony Lloyd 

Edward Leigh 

Bob Blackman 

Roger Gale 

Greg Hands 

 

In the extremely unlikely event a sub is required I pick Ed Miliband. 

 

Much thanks and appreciation to you for being willing to run this pool.:)

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1.      Sir Peter Bottomley

2.      Barry Sheerman

3.      Harriet Harman

4.      Sir Edward Leigh

5.      Nick Brown

6.      Jeremy Corbyn

7.      Theresa May

8.      David Amess

9.      Sir Roger Gale

10.   Margaret Beckett

11.   George Howarth

12.   Bill Cash

13.   John Redwood

14.   David Davis

15.   Diane Abbott

16.   Liam Fox

17.   Neale Hanvey

18.   Lindsay Hoyle

19.   Mark Jenkinson

20.   Stephen Kinnock

21.   Wendy Morton

22.   Graham Brady

23.   Nigel Mills

24.   Lee Anderson

25.   Margaret Hodge

26.   Dan Jarvis

27.   Tracy Brabin

28.   John Finucane

29.   John Lamont

30.   Jack Dromey

31.   Jess Philips

32.   Graham Stringer

33.   Dehenna Davison

34.   Ian Levy

35.   Barry Gardiner

36.   Lloyd Russell-Moyle

37.   Sajid Javid

38.   Simon Hart

39.   Mel Stride

40.   Greg Hands

41.   Alex Chalk

42.   Iain Duncan Smith

43.   Theresa Villiers

44.   Christopher Chope

45.   Zarah Sultana

46.   Jon Cruddas

47.   Ed Miliband

48.   Alister Jack

49.   Virendra Sharma

50.   Lisa Cameron

51.   Kenny MacAskill

52.   Kate Osamor

53.   Dominic Raab

54.   Sally Ann Hart

55.   Alan Mak

56.   Keir Starmer

57.   Wes Streeting

58.   Emily Thonberry

59.   Felicity Buchan

60.   Cat Smith

61.   Rachel Reeves

62.   John Cryer

63.   Mims Davies

64.   Desmond Swayne

65.   Mark Francois

 

 

Like I have a sodding clue with all these young MPs nowadays...

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1.      Peter Bottomley

2.      Barry Sheerman

3.      Harriet Harman

4.      Jack Dromney

5.      Heather Wheeler

6.      Edward Leigh

7.      Nick Brown

8.      Jeremy Corbyn

9.      John McDonnel

10.   Diane Abbot

11.   Mike Hill

12.   Thangam Debbonaire

13.   Sarah Champion

14.   David Amess

15.   Roger Gale

16.   Bill Cash

17.   Margaret Beckett

18.   George Howarth

19.   David Davis

20.   John Redwood

21.   Liam Fox

22.   Paul Beresford

23.   Maire Rimmer

24.   Christopher Chope

25.   John Spellar

26.   Gordon Henderson

27.   Pauline Latham

28.   Greg Knight

29.   Marion Fellows

30.   David Evennet

31.   Virendra Sharma

32.   Bob Stewart

33.   Rosie Cooper

34.   Dan Jarvis

35.   Liam Byrne

36.   Theresa May.

37.   Lindsay Hoyle

38.   Johnny Mercer

39.   Nadine Dorries

40.   Gavin Williamson

41.   Anne Marie Morris

42.   Natalie Elphicke

43.   Zarah Sultania

44.   Tahir Ali

45.   Taiwo Owatemi

46.   Collen Fletcher.

47.   Apsana Begum

48.   Neale Hanvey

49.   Charlotte Nichols

50.   Lee Anderson

51.   Sally – Ann Hart

52.   Stuart Anderson

53.   Ian Lavery

54.   Ian Levy

55.   Ian Paisley

56.   Steve Brine

57.   Greg Clark

58.   Stephen Hammond

59.   Caroline Nokes

60.   Naz Shah

61.   Justin Tomlinson

62.   Craig Mackinlay 

63.   Lyn Brown

64.   Stephen Timms

65.   Nadia Whittome

 

Sub – Kate Green.

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I hope this isn’t DUE on Jan 1 too many others going on.

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6 minutes ago, Sir Creep said:

I hope this isn’t DUE on Jan 1 too many others going on.

 

On 07/12/2019 at 17:58, Sean said:

Ebtries open 13th December 12:00 GMT and end on 31st December 2019 at 23:59 GMT 

 

Alas, you only have until the end of tomorrow if you want to ebter.

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Here's my team:

 

1: Peter Bottomley

2: Barry Sheerman

3: Neale Hanvey

4: Harriet Harman

5: Edward Leigh

6: Nick Brown

7: Jeremy Corbyn

8: David Amess

9: Roger Gale

10: Margaret Beckett

11: Bill Cash

12: George Howarth

13: John Redwood

14: David Davis

15: Dianne Abbott

16: Oliver Heald

17: Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

18: Gary Streeter

19: Michael Fabricant

20: Clive Betts

21: Paul Beresford

22: Iain Duncan Smith

23: Nigel Evans

24: Cheryl Gillan

25: Bernard Jenkin

26: Angela Eagle

27: John Spellar

28: John Whittingdale

29: Margaret Hodge

30: Stephen Timms

31: Jon Trickett

32: Julian Lewis

33: Jeffrey Donaldson

34: Ben Bradshaw

35: John McDonnell

36: Eleanor Laing

37: Lindsay Hoyle

38: Tim Loughton

39: Theresa May

40: Graham Brady

41: Alan Whitehead

42: Barry Gardiner

43: Rosie Winterton

44: John Hayes

45: Yvette Cooper

46: Christopher Chope

47: Greg Knight

48: Gregory Campbell

49: Alistair Carmichael

50: Hywel Williams

51: Chris Bryant

52: Liam Byrne

53: Colum Eastwood

54: Grant Shapps

55: James Brokenshire

56: Jeremy Hunt

57: Sammy Wilson

58: Michael Gove

59: Boris Johnson

60: Barbara Keeley

61: Virendra Sharma

62: Chloe Smith

63: Ian Paisley Jnr

64: Sajid Javid

65: Andrea Leadsom

 

Sub- Tim Farron

 

 

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10 hours ago, Gooseberry Crumble said:

Hi @Sean

 

Here is my list for this pool.

 

Nigel Mills

Mark Tami 

John Baron

David Duguid

Mohammed Yasin

Anne Marie Trevelyan 

David Evennett 

Paul Maynard 

Liz Twist 

Conor Burns 

Ian Liddell Grainger 

Andrew Percy 

Bob Neill 

Craig Whittaker 

Kevin Brennan 

John Stevenson 

Dan Poulter 

Cheryl Gillan

Christopher Chope

Giles Watling 

Owen Paterson 

Mark Menzies

Paul Blomfield 

Maggie Throup 

Douglas Chapman 

Sheryll Murray 

Mike Penning 

Derek Twigg 

Adam Holloway 

Colleen Fletcher 

Anthony Mangnall 

Peter Dowd

Jason McCartney 

Adam Afriyie 

Alan Campbell 

Philip Hollobone

Jim Shannon 

Martin Vickers

Lucy Allan

Ian Lavery 

James Wild

Bill Cash 

Scott Mann 

Yvonne Fovargue 

John Hayes

Heather Wheeler 

Wayne David 

Virendra Sharma 

Peter Bone 

Margaret Beckett 

David Jones

Jon Trickett 

Bill Wiggin 

Liam Fox 

Henry Smith 

Julian Lewis 

Steve Reed 

Tim Loughton 

Ian Paisley 

Clive Efford 

Tony Lloyd 

Edward Leigh 

Bob Blackman 

Roger Gale 

Greg Hands 

 

In the extremely unlikely event a sub is required I pick Ed Miliband. 

 

Much thanks and appreciation to you for being willing to run this pool.:)

Just noticed @Seanthat entries subsequent to mine have a like from you I assume as a form of acknowledgement I assume whereas mine does not. So I am rehighlighting my entry incase you didnt spot it. :)

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18 hours ago, The Quim Reaper said:

 

 

Alas, you only have until the end of tomorrow if you want to ebter.


I’ll sit it out.  I’m sitting a lot of em out.  

EDIT:  Ahh Fk it, see results of 20 minutes of my time below (including editing while on the phone with a Moderator).

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4 hours ago, Gooseberry Crumble said:

Just noticed @Seanthat entries subsequent to mine have a like from you I assume as a form of acknowledgement I assume whereas mine does not. So I am rehighlighting my entry incase you didnt spot it. :)

Noted apologies.Thought I had liked your post.

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 my team for by-election bingo.

 

1)Shabana Mahmood

2)kate Hollern

3)Graham Eric Stringer

4)Naseem Shah

5)Thangam Debbonaire

6)Harriet Harman

7)Christopher Chope

8)Martin Vickers

9)Margaret Beckett

10)Greg Knight 

11)John McNally

12)Edward Leigh

13)Diane Abbott

14)David davis

15)John McConnell

16)Barry sheerman

17)George Howarth 

18)Fabian Hamilton

19)Rachel reeves

20)Alex sobel

21)Jonathan Ashworth

22)James Grundy

23)Janet Daby

24)Nia Griffith

25)Theresa may

26)Yvonne Fovargue

27)Pauline Latham

28)Francie Molloy

29)Paul Beresford

30)Marion Fellows

31)Julian Lewis

32)Mickey Brady

33)Oliver Heald

34)Justin Tomlinson

35)Hywel Williams

36)Jack Dromey

37)David Evennett

38)Bob Stewart

39)Margaret Hodge

40)Roger Gale

41)Shailesh Vara

42)James Gray

43)John Nicolson

44)Robert Syms

45)apsana begum

46)mark hendrick

47)Virginia Crosbie

48)Peter bottomley

49)Barbara Keeley

50)Pat McFadden

51)John Spellar

52)Valerie Vaz

53)Alan Campbell

54)Jim Shannon

55)bill cash

56)Gordon Henderson

57)Marie Rimmer

58)Gary Streeter

59)Alan Whitehead

60)Heather Wheeler

61)Tony Lloyd

62)Clive Betts

63)Karen buck

64)Margaret Greenwood

65)John healey

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SirC's Quick and Dirty Team: '5 Year Shelf Life'

 

Bath - Wera Hobhouse

Bridgwater and West Somerset - Ian Liddell-Grainger

Bristol East - Kerry McCarthy, Labour

Bristol North West - Darren Jones, Labour

Bristol South - Karin Smyth, Labour

Bristol West - Thangam Debbonaire, Labour

Camborne and Redruth - George Eustice, Conservative

Central Devon - Mel Stride, Conservative

Cheltenham - Alex Chalk, Conservative

Chippenham - Michelle Donelan, Conservative

Devizes - Danny Kruger, Conservative

East Devon - Simon Jupp, Conservative

Exeter - Ben Bradshaw, Labour

Filton and Bradley Stoke - Jack Lopresti, Conservative

Forest of Dean - Mark Harper, Conservative

Gloucester - Richard Graham, Conservative

Kingswood - Chris Skidmore, Conservative

Newton Abbot - Anne Marie Morris, Conservative

North Cornwall - Scott Mann, Conservative

North Devon - Selaine Saxby, Conservative

North Dorset - Simon Hoare, Conservative

North East Somerset - Jacob Rees-Mogg, Conservative

North Somerset - Liam Fox, Conservative

North Swindon - Justin Tomlinson, Conservative

North Wiltshire - James Whiteside Gray, Conservative

Paisley and Renfrewshire North - Gavin Newlands, Scottish National Party (SNP)

Paisley and Renfrewshire South - Mhairi Black, Scottish National Party (SNP)

Pendle - Andrew Stephenson, Conservative

Penistone and Stocksbridge - Miriam Joy Cates, Conservative

Penrith and The Border - Neil Hudson, Conservative

Perth and North Perthshire - Pete Wishart, Scottish National Party (SNP)

Peterborough - Paul Bristow, Conservative

Plymouth Moor View - Johnny Mercer, Conservative

Plymouth Sutton and Devonport - Luke Pollard, Labour
Pontypridd - Alex Davies-Jones, Labour Party

Poole - Robert Syms, Conservative Party

Poplar and Limehouse - Apsana Begum, Labour Party

Portsmouth North - Penny Mordaunt, Conservative

Portsmouth South - Stephen Morgan, Labour Party

Preseli Pembrokeshire - Stephen Crabb, Conservative

Preston - Mark Hendrick, Labour Party

Pudsey - Stuart Andrew, Conservative

Putney - Fleur Anderson, Labour Party

Salisbury and South Wiltshire - John Philip Glen, Conservative

Somerton and Frome - David Warburton, Conservative

South Dorset - Richard Drax, Conservative

South East Cornwall - Sheryll Murray, Conservative

South Swindon - Robert Buckland, Conservative

South West Devon - Gary Streeter, Conservative

South West Wiltshire - Andrew William Murrison, Conservative

St Austell and Newquay - Stephen Double, Conservative

St Ives - Derek Thomas, Conservative

Stroud - Siobhan Bailie, Conservative

Taunton Deane - Rebecca Pow, Conservative

Tewkesbury - Lawrence Robertson, Conservative

Thornbury and Yate - Luke Hall, Conservative

Tiverton and Honiton - Neil Parish, Conservative

Torbay - Kevin Foster, Conservative

Torridge and West Devon - Geoffrey Cox, Conservative

Totnes - Anthony Mangnall, Conservative

Truro and Falmouth - Cherilyn Mackrory, Conservative

Wells - James Heappey, Conservative

West Dorset - Chris Loder, Conservative

Weston-super-Mare - John Penrose, Conservative

Yeovil - Marcus Fysh, Conservative

 

Sub: The Cotswolds - Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Conservative

Orkney and Shetland - Alistair Carmichael, Liberal Democrats

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