General Election 2019

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It's Mumsnet. The complete opposite to arrse mate.
Yeah it's proper tyranny on Mumsnet if you post something outside the group think
 
They sure do matter. Tell us all about the other blood product suppliers to the NHS. Just stretch yourself and dig a little further.

PFI, remember that.....we are still paying for it thanks to you socialist numpties.

Happy to help.


Bing Bong:



From a rag I am sure you are familiar with.


Oh and here: Bain Capital profits hugely from sale of privatised NHS plasma supplier to Chinese investment group

"It involved the sale of 80% of Plasma Resources UK’s equity to the US private equity firm Bain Capital for £90m, plus a Bain Capital Investment of an extra £50m in the firm to create a “UK Life Sciences Champion.” "

"jennyon August 5, 2016 at 10:26 pm said:
Sorry Derek, the article should have made clear that this is only about plasma supplies not blood. Plasma is donated by people in America because there is a theoretical risk of contamination of plasma by variant CJD in the UK. Blood that you and others donate in UK is handled by the publicly owned and run NHS Blood and Transplant. I will amend the article to make this clear. No private companies are involved and there is no one profiteering. Thanks for your comment"
Absolutely. Thanks for the extra background googling confirming

you are a ******* moron
 
One of my collegues at work is also a local councillor (independent)

He was speaking to his local MP last night (Labour, been in the seat for close to 20 years, strongly Leave voting area. MP consistently voted against Leave.
The MP is apparently pretty convinced he is going to lose at the General Election, he apparently also said many of his fellow Labour MP's re feeling the same way.
 
One of my collegues at work is also a local councillor (independent)

He was speaking to his local MP last night (Labour, been in the seat for close to 20 years, strobgly Leave voting area. MP consistently voted against Leave.
The MP is apparently pretty convinced he is going to lose at the General Election, he apparently also said many of his fellow Labour MP's re feeling the same way.
Good.
 
One of my collegues at work is also a local councillor (independent)

He was speaking to his local MP last night (Labour, been in the seat for close to 20 years, strongly Leave voting area. MP consistently voted against Leave.
The MP is apparently pretty convinced he is going to lose at the General Election, he apparently also said many of his fellow Labour MP's re feeling the same way.
Without blowing persec you're not a million miles away from me, I think? 13 Dec 19 could be quite interesting on our side of the Severn Estuary.

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Without blowing persec you're not a million miles away from me, I think? 13 Dec 19 could be quite interesting on our side of the Severn Estuary.

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Up the Northern end

But apart from that I suspect you might be right
Im a traditionally Labour area, I haven't spoken to one single person around here who intends to vote Labour this time.
 
One of my collegues at work is also a local councillor (independent)

He was speaking to his local MP last night (Labour, been in the seat for close to 20 years, strongly Leave voting area. MP consistently voted against Leave.
The MP is apparently pretty convinced he is going to lose at the General Election, he apparently also said many of his fellow Labour MP's re feeling the same way.
Sounds like he should have either articulated his reasoning for voting against leave or accepted the instructions handed down from his constituency.
 

Joe_Private

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Sounds like he should have either articulated his reasoning for voting against leave or accepted the instructions handed down from his constituency.
That wouldn't save his seat though. Labour are losing those for whom Leave is the priority because they fear that under Corbyn we will not leave, either because they don't trust him, or don't want to risk it on a rerun of the referendum.
 

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