Brexit - The Final

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Chalkster69

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How bizarre that, despite all the denial wracked shriekers yelling fake! ove the picture of the lad sleeping on coats in the LGI, the management have apologised.
Good, and that's who should have been getting grief in the first place - the CEO's and other Big Nobs in the NHS who are earning much, much more than the going rate for a British PM.....

Throwing more money into the bottomless pit of the NHS isn't the answer, despite the Magic Grandpa shaking the Never Ending Money Tree at it.
 
You are aware apologies are just knee jerk IAs now? It is hoped that they will becalm the frothing morons who keep reposting such b*llocks. Read the words. Think, understand. Don't emote and 'feel'.
You dont like the fact the LGI has apologised, but dont care about a kid having to sleep on the floor because there was no bed for him...
 

Joker62

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You dont like the fact the LGI has apologised, but dont care about a kid having to sleep on the floor because there was no bed for him...
Despite there being a bed to the right of him in this picture in the cubicle he was moved to?
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Despite there being a bed to the right of him in this picture in the cubicle he was moved to?
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That's a bed?
If the picture is as fake as some are so desperate to believe, why did the hospital management apologise, and why did the Health Secretary change his itinerary to visit the LGI?
 
The PM had the option of a standard prorogation for writing the Queen's Speech, plus asking Parliament for a recess to cover the rest of the period. He chose to prorogue for the whole period

The length of the prorogation was challenged and the Supreme Court determined that the PM had offered no sound reason for the length, and had failed in his duty to take sufficient account of the expressed wish of Parliament to consider any deal that HMG negotiated.

The SC determined, using existing precedent, that it was within their remit to judge. Consequently, the prorogation was deemed unlawful (not illegal). The decision was unanimous.






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with respect your point does not override mine. The issue started as a political ploy and has been used politically. If politicians wish to use the courts they do. The wisdom of that has yet to unfold. There is now case law which means that future PM's will have to be very careful about prorogation powers-unless of course-they change the law. It was not for the PM to defend the reason for the length-we are now told that the PM must have a reason for the length and currently it stands that the Government cannot stall Parliament. There could be a counter claim that Parliament cannot withstand the will of the electorate and hence frustrate the actions of a democratically elected Government.
 
Please remember to vote for the brexit party...or just stay in the care home and watch darts on telly eh. You know it's beyond your comprehension.
 

ancienturion

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That's a bed?
If the picture is as fake as some are so desperate to believe, why did the hospital management apologise, and why did the Health Secretary change his itinerary to visit the LGI?
Because there is a general election coming.
 
You don't seem to be. 1p a comment is it?
I learnt early to leave some stuff to people who excel at it. You're still excelling. Carry on.
 
You are aware apologies are just knee jerk IAs now? It is hoped that they will becalm the frothing morons who keep reposting such b*llocks. Read the words. Think, understand. Don't emote and 'feel'.
Frothing morons who keep on reposting bollocks? Remind you of anyone in the mirror?
 

Joker62

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That's a bed?
If the picture is as fake as some are so desperate to believe, why did the hospital management apologise, and why did the Health Secretary change his itinerary to visit the LGI?
I have no idea.
 
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