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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    I'm not a great fan of Corbyn but I don't think he's the bogeyman the right wing think he is. To answer your question, yes, I think he'd be very different.
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    Re: David Miliband

    With our politics more polarised than it's been in decades as labour and tories lurch left and right respectively, I'd welcome a more centrist option. Milliband might be a decent figurehead, not...
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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Very frustrating as the tories, once again, appear to be putting self-interest above the good of the country.
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    Re: Trump - What the Hell is going on?

    Nationalists are ruining the nation. Ironically.
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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Sorry forgot we're not allowed to be against brexit any more, even in jest! Sad state of affairs:
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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Should've known I couldn't slip a subtle dig in there! :D
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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    And we'll spend the years playing with ourselves, denying outsiders the chance of a game and watching the wider world of golf go from strength to strength while we dwindle into an anachronistic relic...
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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    So we're now going to play at the local muni and look enviously in at the better facilities in the old club and miss out on the benefits of interclub competitions and reduced green fees at clubs in...
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    Re: Random irritations of the day.

    First time over the new bridge tonight. 7.30 pm and gridlocked! Bring back the old bridge!
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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    We've been dragged kicking and screaming all the way and have any number of opt outs as we have always tried to have our cake and eat it. The EU would be much better, and we'd be much better for it...
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    Re: Scotland tips/The Open

    In truth there's no end if courses in and around Glasgow and Edinburgh. I'm sure we could give suggestions around the type you're looking for, your budget etc.

    I agree with the comment about...
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    Re: Lost Card!

    You guys related? ;)
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    Re: Random irritations of the day.

    Oh Oh. Things might heat up in the Word Association thread....
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    Re: Random irritations of the day.

    Like who?
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    Ha, I don't think he got check on any of those! :D
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    Re: Random irritations of the day.

    Bloody mice will be crunching if I get my hands on them....
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    Re: Article 50

    Depressing reading. :(
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    Re: Random irritations of the day.

    It's under consideration! (Or at least borrowing one!) :mad:
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    Re: Random irritations of the day.

    Super intelligent mice that are too damn smart to go near anything trap-like!
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    Re: Mark Sampson

    "throwing the race card" is quite a pejorative way of expressing it. It implies no racism took place and the allegation is frivolous. People should be encouraged to come forward and allegations...
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    Re: Mark Sampson

    Exactly this, it's so hard to come forward and to prove bullying and discrimination from a manager. I don't know what happened in the investigation but I found Aluko very plausible when I saw her...
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    Payment sent!
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    Re: Affilation fees

    As others said you just always pay it with subs at each club.

    I think this is an issue about to bite Scottish golf as they are trying to hike the fee. I know I wasn't happy double paying when I...
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    Re: Mark Sampson

    Shows real failures in their recruitment that he ever got the job in the first place but strange that he can be sacked for something that happened before he was in the job.

    Can't help but thinking...
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    Re: Article 50

    Thing is, I don't think boris actually has an opinion on brexit, just a calculation as to what is best for him personally. It'll be a dark day indeed if he ever became pm but I think the tories must...
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