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  1. Steph G‏ @SG68RFC FollowFollow @SG68RFC More As predicted the 100K turnout for the Indy March in Edinburgh is absolutely on the money eh RT far & wide
    4 points
  2. You mean all those 14 million kids in poverty all have Xboxes to take away?
    2 points
  3. He has personally endorsed this & been in contact with Wilson
    2 points
  4. Apart from the time Flanagan gave the ball away under no pressure in Moscow last season costing us a goal you mean?
    1 point
  5. Two good points made. Yes she and many other remainers have a vested interest in stopping Brexit....... and Labour didn't need a coalition with anyone to royal f**k the country up!!
    1 point
  6. It was a vacancy within the club, so he has no option other than to endorse it.
    1 point
  7. Corruption pure and simple
    1 point
  8. We’re delighted to announce that our collection at Ibrox has raised a massive £23,110.32 - the biggest total raised through a bucket collection in our charity’s 38-year history. Thanks to the @RFC_Charity and the volunteers who made this possible.
    1 point
  9. There is an actual term for that, it's called The Grezda Effect' .
    1 point
  10. We don't know what employment, or inflation, would have been without it. It might have had an effect that people wouldn't expect. For example many sob about the prevalence of zero hour contracts. Could the increase in zero hour contracts be a sign that the labour market has adapted to the minimum hourly wage?
    1 point
  11. Wonder which inhabitant of the PQ Gang Hut lost the battle to put the round of post match drinks in the Bern Novotel on their expenses claim, "...mine is maxed out!" one was heard to proclaim, "Rob's being Rob" another uttered in reference to Rob Mclean. If any PQ accountant is looking in things were much cheaper in the other side of the building in the Ibis and Ibis Budget, but hey it's only us licence fee payers money eh?
    1 point
  12. Meghan Gallacher‏ @GallacherMeghan FollowFollow @GallacherMeghan More Thread: The Real Reason Why North Lanarkshire SNP Walked Out The Chamber. 1:39 PM - 3 Oct 2019 41 Retweets 51 Likes 9 replies41 retweets51 likes Reply 9 Retweet 41 Like 51 New conversation Meghan Gallacher‏ @GallacherMeghan 21h21 hours ago More As we had spent alot of time debating other motions, at 8pm the Provost - in terms of standing orders- requested that a motion be brought forward for members to advise if the meeting should continue. It was agreed by ALL political groups that the meeting would continue until 9pm. 1 reply2 retweets18 likes Reply 1 Retweet 2 Like 18 Meghan Gallacher‏ @GallacherMeghan 21h21 hours ago More The SNP then decided to renege on their agreement and wanted items 19 and 20 to be debated at a different time. The Provost advised the suspension of standing orders would be required and this was voted on. The SNP lost. 2 replies0 retweets17 likes Reply 2 Retweet Like 17 Meghan Gallacher‏ @GallacherMeghan 21h21 hours ago More The reason the SNP wanted to defer those items was because the SNP Business Manager admitted that some members had not read their papers. They tried to cover this up by saying ‘Scrutiny’ must take place. They have had more than 4 weeks to do this. 1 reply3 retweets22 likes Reply 1 Retweet 3 Like 22 Meghan Gallacher‏ @GallacherMeghan 21h21 hours ago More Anyways, the Leader of the SNP then launched an attack on the Provost, throwing his dummy out the pram, before standing up and looking to his somewhat confused colleagues. They then decided to follow their Leader out of the chamber hurling abuse at the Conservative group. 1 reply3 retweets19 likes Reply 1 Retweet 3 Like 19 Meghan Gallacher‏ @GallacherMeghan 21h21 hours ago More This is what we actually need to put up with. It’s embarrassing. The SNP refuse to do the work in preparation for the committee then expect others to agree to their demands. The behaviour from the SNP is shocking and this ‘walk out’ shows that they are not fit for office.
    1 point
  13. That is our 2nd defeat of the season, lots to be confident about for the rest of the season
    1 point
  14. It's Labour's fault for picking Corbyn as leader. If Labour really wanted a deal then they should have picked a leader that wasn't a pro-terrorist Trotskyite. You can't blame Swinson, or anyone else for not wanting to get into bed with Corbyn.
    1 point
  15. There is no such thing as a campaign against a no deal Brexit. There is only a campaign against Brexit. Or in the case of Labour, a campaign of aimless posturing.
    1 point
  16. Exactly, if they wanted a weak washy deal they could have backed May. They could also have a vote of no confidence - but cannot agree a date. They could have an interim leader if said no confidence vote happens - but they can't agree who would lead. They could also have an election - but have turned it down.
    1 point
  17. Most of those MP’s complaining about No-deal BREXIT voted against May’s deal three times. They have only themselves to blame
    1 point
  18. I think you are missing the fact that we are the only team not to have played the top seeds.
    1 point
  19. As a child I was never smacked. As a parent I never smacked my kids. I believe good parenting has no need for smacking. However I do not feel easy about yet more state interference in private lives.
    1 point
  20. Not really, given it wasn't a success, and I'm not in favour of eliminating means testing for unemployment benefit.
    1 point
  21. Well, the EU do still hold some of the blame, but i can't blame her for not wanting Corbyn squatting in number 10 even if it is only weeks. The Lib (Non) Dems are a weird party with around a third of their current MPs voted in under the manifesto of another party and i fully expect them to be squeezed again come election time as people realise a vote for them in certain seats may let Corbyn in.
    1 point
  22. Mrs 7 runs a wee business. She could create two low level starter jobs for kids but the minimum wage makes it too expensive. Wouldn’t it be better for two youngsters to get a job? Wages might be low but they get a training far above pathetic college level.
    1 point
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