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Arrsers obsession with her is bizarre. She’s a dog.
Having said that, I’ve been around enough Garrisons to see the sort of women that they end up marrying.
She’s most definitely not a dog and I doubt she’d be seen dead in Ron Hills and white stilettos. She would also need to put on another 5 or 6 stone to get anywhere near the demographic you describe! :smile:
 
She’s most definitely not a dog and I doubt she’d be seen dead in Ron Hills and white stilettos. She would also need to put on another 5 or 6 stone to get anywhere near the demographic you describe! :smile:

Liz Kendall in Ron Hills and white stilettos, keeping going I'm nearly there...
 
And for the final TW - at Central Hall Westminster apparently. How many are they getting in for the audience?
iirc it's from the Methodist Central Hall
 
Interesting, as much for the Guardian's slanted viewpoints (I thought at one point the noxious woman was going to accuse Johnson of misogyny, adultery, incest and - naturally - racism) as for Harwood's defence of Johnson. Harwood was capable of stating his view in a couple of concise sentences, but she took a couple of windy paragraphs to air her bollocks in. Both reflect the quality of the organisations they work for.
 
Somewhat OT

BBC Maitlis – most biased by a mile
More than half, 52 per cent, chose her as the most biased BBC presenter. Andrew Marr came second in this discreditable race to the bottom with 37 per cent, followed by Mishal Husain and Evan Davis almost level pegging at 11 and 10 per cent.
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Abominable_Yeoman may have summed it up best:

Are they different people? I thought it was the same android with pre-programmed speech that was dressed according to the character it was playing.
Other comments on BBC Bias are illuminating - especially if you feel alone in thinking (correctly) BBC is biased on politics, weather, energy, capitalism, EU, Relegion, Sex, Race....

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Interesting, as much for the Guardian's slanted viewpoints (I thought at one point the noxious woman was going to accuse Johnson of misogyny, adultery, incest and - naturally - racism) as for Harwood's defence of Johnson. Harwood was capable of stating his view in a couple of concise sentences, but she took a couple of windy paragraphs to air her bollocks in. Both reflect the quality of the organisations they work for.
Agree. Harwood explained WTO GATT 24 well.

The nay-sayer Remoaner position is EU will tell WTO "No, GATT 24 rejected - we're not going to negotiate a trade deal with UK"

Maybe EU will do this, wouldn't surprise me. However doing so would confirm UK was correct to Leave an evil, protectionist club.

If we weren’t already in the EU, who could make a valid case for us to join?

Meanwhile the Left's attacks on non-state schools continue, but, but, but

A Corbyn disciple’s school for scandal
Latest egregious example of their ‘Do as I say, not as I do’ philosophy is the Corbynite deputy leader of Brighton and Hove Council, Nick Childs.

While trumpeting his opposition to private education, Jezza’s south-coast mouthpiece sends his own daughter to one of the most expensive independent schools in the country, that bastion of socialism known as Roedean (£40,000pa).[/url]
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