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NORTHENDRTOPS 2

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Have you got dementia? Thought not. Stop being so precious and hypocritical.
It's not a disease to use as a piece of ridicule, excuse yourself as a much disgraced twat. Both my mother and mother in law died from the disease, my wife spent many years in her consultancy capacity as a dementia expert. Apologise.
 

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That’s a poor non-apology from the Times journo. I had to read the thread to be able to even fully understand he was saying.

My source for that story was the beeb - which is generally better than most at waiting for corroboration and to my memory, I think they were equivocal about that Chequers meeting. The Times messed up an important detail that undermines the case to a degree- but not fundamentally. Nevertheless, the smoking gun regarding the loan remains elusive. A lot of circumstantial evidence though- and it smells wrong. IMO, just the massive political donations he’s made should disqualify him from a political appointment.
 

northender0602

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Family GP of many years is removed from position at village practice to be replaced by conglomerate of 47 gp practices.
Made £4m last year. No one wants it, only the -for profit- company.
Surprisingly in depth article in the LEP.
It’s disgusting, privatisation through the back door. Health services should not be there to make profit and if it has any funding left at the end of the year. It should go back into providing a better service, not into someone’s back pocket.
 
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It’s disgusting, privatisation through the back door. Health services should not be there to make profit and if it has any funding left at the end of the year. It should go back into providing a better service, not into someone’s back pocket.
Come on, be fair, those poor millionaires need every penny they can get, how else can they pay for their own private health schemes?
 

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Whilst telling the next generation they have to work longer because we're so poor. Well we are because they taking all the wealth. If they taxed the corporates to prevent this massive impoverishment and redistribution, then there would be no need to raise the phoney pension flag. Same with the NHS. Absolute shysters. Round them up.
 

northender0602

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Whilst telling the next generation they have to work longer because we're so poor. Well we are because they taking all the wealth. If they taxed the corporates to prevent this massive impoverishment and redistribution, then there would be no need to raise the phoney pension flag. Same with the NHS. Absolute shysters. Round them up.
what Shall we do with them when we have, answers on a mile long length of paper
 

Snicky

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So who's this then?
Snicky said:
Have you got dementia? post 15422 ?? well? it's a cheap jibe mate and I for one don't like it. It's like others who use disabilities and children, come clean now.
You thick fucker. If you can, go back and read the thread again. If you can’t, get somebody more intelligent than you to read it and explain it to you.
 

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I didn’t quite catch a stat that Peston read out last night. Something like - since xxxx the average income of the bottom 20% of people has gone down by 7.5% while the income of the top 20% earners has gone UP by a similar amount.

Does anyone recognise that?
 

jakehake

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I didn’t quite catch a stat that Peston read out last night. Something like - since xxxx the average income of the bottom 20% of people has gone down by 7.5% while the income of the top 20% earners has gone UP by a similar amount.

Does anyone recognise that?

This article talks about a similar type of statistic so maybe this

 
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