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Another bye election

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by transam, 12 Jul 2021.

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  1. transam

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    Possibly ?

    popular & limehouse MP Aspana
    Begum will stand trial on 3 counts of housing fraud on the 21st July

    she denies all charges

    but if found guilty and sentenced she would be disqualified from serving as an MP

    There is a large Muslim electorate

    Arch mischief maker in chief George Galloway is eyeing up the potential oppurtunity

    Begum has a majority of 28000

    Does starmer need to be concerned
     
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  3. ReganAndCarter

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    Bye to who, Trans? Tories or Labour? ;)
     
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    Maybe trans is a bi
     
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    A bi trans. Interesting proposition. :ROFLMAO:

    All this gender liquidity is getting way too complex these days.
     
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    trans would now like to be referred to as “they” :ROFLMAO:
     
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    I don't even know what a trans male or trans female is and frankly I am not interested.

    Don't go down that rabbit hole.
     
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    Me neither, but it appears to be another new and exciting flavour of the axe-to-grind, discrimination industry. Ready to catch the unwary. 'uman rights lawyers at the ready!
     
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    A Transam is not a man.
     
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    He's a number.

    (Showing my age now.)
     
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    I am delighted that allegations of shady housing dealings by politicians are being taken more seriously.

    I hope this trend will continue

    Nadine Dorris, for example, the Conservative Brexer.
    "The £18,000 rent on the constituency house was paid using her second home allowance"

    perhaps Dominic Cummings no-planning-permission, no-council-tax second home will be reconsidered too.
     
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    You missed out Jenricks millions.
     
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    A Transam is a Pontiac fire bird car model

    The best known being the Transam F2 series car

    1970 / 71 to 1981

    6.6 litre and the 455 SD

    SD = super duty 7.5 litre

    4.9 turbo model was introduced in late 79 ? early 1980 and was dicontinued in approx 1981 / 82 ?

    there after the 3rd generation firebird was introduced

    :cool:
     
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    oily jenrick overrode planning protocols to do a multi-million pound favour, at the taxpayer's expense, to a buddy who made a donation.

    This

    is a backscratcher. Very handy for people who can't scratch their own backs.
    Backscratcher.jpg

     
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    I thought for a moment you meant the occasion when Jenrick approved the diversion of funds intended for poor towns suffering deprivation, to his buddy's comfortable tory constituency. His buddy approved the diversion of funds intended for poor towns suffering deprivation, to Jenrick's comfortable tory constituency

    https://www.theguardian.com/politic...ng-funds-for-town-in-jake-berrys-constituency
    "Robert Jenrick has admitted that he and a junior minister approved payments to towns in each other’s constituencies from a government fund earmarked for deprived areas.

    The communities secretary confirmed that communities minister Jake Berry gave the go-ahead for Jenrick’s Newark constituency to be selected for a £25m fund award even though it was 270th on the list of the UK’s most deprived areas.

    Jenrick said he signed off the decision for money to be allocated to Darwen, a town in Berry’s Rossendale and Darwen constituency.

    On Sunday, Jenrick insisted there was a “robust and fair” methodology behind the government’s towns fund and dismissed as “completely baseless” allegations that he had any involvement in Newark’s selection.

    Last year, Jenrick announced details of a £3.6bn towns fund to be shared between 101 left-behind areas.

    Under the scheme, select towns were able to bid for up to £25m each from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.

    Jenrick and Berry, his junior minister, were allegedly responsible for choosing 61 of the towns."


    I suppose if the country elects a dishonest, lyinging, lawbreaking, untrustworthy Prime Minister, we have to expect that birds of a feather will flock together.

    Tory sleaze is shameless.
     
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    Didn't he marry a V8 engine in a civil ceremony? Bet his fingernails were still dirty though.
     
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