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    The freedom of Parliament to hold the executive...

    The freedom of Parliament to hold the executive to account is not challenged by the courts but by the Executive so the courts are asked to rule on lies of the PM regarding the reasons for the...
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    Ha ha ha! I am sure your great sense of humour...

    Ha ha ha! I am sure your great sense of humour will be a comfort to those who lose family due to medicine shortages.

    Portsmouth to Caen is three ferries per day. Brittany Ferries also run routes...
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    First it is not "remainuses" that issued the...

    First it is not "remainuses" that issued the Yellowhammer reports last week but Boris Johnson's so called Government. It is dated August 2nd when Johnson was PM. In the original version, published by...
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    Really mate? That what voted for? To lose jobs,...

    Really mate? That what voted for? To lose jobs, to be less well off? Suppose you have a medical problem? Will the drugs be there? Should Kent be made into a lorry park? You voted for Brexit so can't...
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    So Dominic, that 'man of the people' apparently...

    So Dominic, that 'man of the people' apparently told some reporters to "go away and harass the rich remainers" instead of him.

    Strange coming from a man who lives in a 1.6m house in Islington,...
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    The British Government has lost a court case at...

    The British Government has lost a court case at the Court of Session; the highest Court in Scotland that has ruled unanimously (three judges) that the proroguation of Parliament was illegal. A...
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    Bercow of course was a Conservative MP before...

    Bercow of course was a Conservative MP before being 'dragged' to the Speakers Chair (the newly Speaker is presumed to be reluctant to take his/her position as Charles l had one killed). If there is a...
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    Couple of things happened this last week in the...

    Couple of things happened this last week in the political field. First on Tuesday the new Rada (Parliament) voted to remove the criminal indemnity of it's own members (Deputies/MPs). This in effect...
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    Amber Rudd the Minister at the Department of Work...

    Amber Rudd the Minister at the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) yesterday resigned from the Government and the Parliamentary Conservative Party. Her resignation letter;
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    Sir Nicholas Soames, the Grandson of Winston...

    Sir Nicholas Soames, the Grandson of Winston Churchill, during the debate on Tuesday;


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awA6D5k5VI8
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    Well he allowed three votes on Theresa May's...

    Well he allowed three votes on Theresa May's leave deal that eight of the current British cabinet members (including Boris) voted against. Why weren't they expelled from the Party? The deepseated...
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    It has now been confirmed that those Conservative...

    It has now been confirmed that those Conservative MPs who voted against the Government will have the whip removed - 21 MPs in all a thus effectively thrown out of the Parliamentary Conservative...
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    As a matter of interest Nicholas Soames, the...

    As a matter of interest Nicholas Soames, the grandson of Winston Churchill, voted against the Government. Presumably he will now have the whip removed and be de-selected?
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    No if he wants an election he must pass it...

    No if he wants an election he must pass it through the House of the Commons with 2/3rds in favour of an election. As he no longer has a majority the other Parties, should they wish, can block a...
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    The Opposition wins the vote 328 to 301 so the...

    The Opposition wins the vote 328 to 301 so the Bill binding the Government not to accept no deal will be introduced tomorrow.
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    Boris Johnson's Government has lost it's majority...

    Boris Johnson's Government has lost it's majority as one Tory MP defected to the LibDems. A bill to take over Parliamentary business is expected this evening which if it is passed would allow a Bill...
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    Please ask your local fisherman how a trap...

    Please ask your local fisherman how a trap resembles a bayonet charge en face. They apparently know such bs.
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    Look it up. Well maybe because Victory!...

    Look it up.




    Well maybe because Victory! (or Vikki! as I call her) is 98ft of steel ketch.
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    It is not 9 days, four I think as they reconvene...

    It is not 9 days, four I think as they reconvene Tuesday.
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    You ever met a Marie Celeste? Happens more...

    You ever met a Marie Celeste?



    Happens more often than not in my current yacht.



    If you do not have radio you are a liability on the sea. I have cut nets before and will no hesitation in...
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