WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
24%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
24%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
48%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



riosleftsock 11:13 Mon Jun 6
Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
A vote of confidence in Boris Johnson will be held by Conservative MPs from 18:00 to 20:00 BST
If he loses, he will stand down as prime minister
The vote was triggered after at least 54 Conservative MPs asked for it
Sir Graham Brady says he notified the PM on Sunday that the threshold had been met
At least 180 Conservative MPs - a majority - will have to vote against the PM tonight, if he is to leave
No 10 says Johnson "welcomes the opportunity to make his case to MPs" and the vote is "a chance to end months of speculation"
The vote follows anger over Sue Gray's report detailing lockdown rule-breaking in Downing Street

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Anders 8:46 Mon Aug 8
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Rio

£70bn is the total value of services that are potentially covered by this initiative, NOT the contract value to this tin pot company.

Mike Oxsaw 3:52 Sun Aug 7
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"Big announcement expected soon." = "I'll leave it for someone else to deal with. If it wears a red rosette, we'll follow whatever it is, like the sheep we are".

No wonder Labour's fucked if it's own followers & supporters won't lift a finger to help their own party.

Willtell 10:44 Sun Aug 7
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
Is that what’s known as a stupid comment Surfie?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:03 Sun Aug 7
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
NBB68

Is it going to be along the lines of, 'We are going to stop supporting all the governments really stupid decisions and also stop opposing their less stupid decisions on the basis they aren't stupid enough'?

northbankboy68 9:00 Sun Aug 7
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
Agree. Big announcement expected soon. We'll see.

Mike Oxsaw 11:50 Sat Aug 6
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
Seriously, though: the future. What are your suggestions & offerings (from the anti-Johnson camp)?

Labour campaigning on the "At least we're not Tories" ticket, which is all they have at the moment, won't get them anywhere.

northbankboy68 11:18 Sat Aug 6
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
Seriously though, what a superb PM Johnson has been especially the last 2 months. What a legacy.

Mike Oxsaw 8:09 Thu Aug 4
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
Keep presuming.

northbankboy68 7:52 Thu Aug 4
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
You mean sovrinty presumably

, 7:14 Thu Aug 4
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
I wonder how the ERG and it’s glove puppet Truss will guide this great county of ours, especially as we have it back with full sovereignty, through the coming recession ( predicted by the IMF last week and today backed up by the BoE ) and period of double digit inflation?

northbankboy68 11:11 Thu Aug 4
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
So pleased for Liz Truss and her supporters Jacob and Suela.

Mike Oxsaw 4:25 Wed Aug 3
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
You're surely not suggesting that, in the public interest, naturally, someone at the totally impartial BBC decided that the fewer people knew about this the better?

riosleftsock 12:47 Wed Aug 3
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
Don

I have no idea how this works, but the contract award has been published on gov.uk where the small local broadcaster, BBC ignored it, but the almighty Cornwall Live website posted it.

, 12:45 Wed Aug 3
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
It would be more interesting to find out how much the tax payer is paying TPG to supervise the, circa £70B, expenditure.

Don Ravioli 12:37 Wed Aug 3
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Also it’s not issued by government either

Don Ravioli 12:36 Wed Aug 3
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Rios I think that’s not strictly true.
I think it’s a consortium trying to centralise everything to do with getting to net zero. They estimate £70b will be total spend.
£70b of our tax money chasing the red ridiculous sustainability goals.

, 12:19 Wed Aug 3
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
ERG glove puppet Truss has quickly back tracked on Jacob’s intention to cut the pay of all new public service employees outside of London.

More like levelling down than up.

riosleftsock 11:48 Mon Aug 1
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
Few places on the web are reporting (you can find it on www.cornwalllive.co.uk) that a company called The Place Group has been awarded a govt contract to oversee the country's transition to net zero worth SEVENTY BILLION POUNDS, the company under the directorship of Claire Delaney and Simon James has net assets of £344,417

FOMB - I'm in the wrong game.

Eerie Descent 12:14 Mon Aug 1
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
"I mentioned an example of my mate having to close down 2 bar/clubs in Shoreditch due to no being able to get the staff previously sourced from the EU."



Your mate had to close down his clubs because he couldn't afford to employ some staff on half decent wages? Blimey.

only1billybonds 10:03 Sun Jul 31
Re: Johnson - Vote of Incontinence - Gone
Dopey.

Put an effort in and stop being a cunt,you know exactly what I'm asking of Swiss.

I dont expect an answer, he never replies to questions that he knows if answered honestly would make him look a bigger mess than he already is.

Hammer and Pickle 9:51 Sun Jul 31
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Wow, those are damning anti-Berxit stats, braincell.

You're a star mate.

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