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Scotsman Posted 26th Apr 2013, 11:02am
  You calling Ed Milliband a wimp?? biggrin.gif
Guest Posted 25th Apr 2013, 09:10pm
  Denis Skinner a real labour man and not like the wimps there are now.
GG Posted 25th Apr 2013, 08:48pm
  Brilliant! Thanks for posting this, David.

How come it is only the oldest Labour members of parliament who are able to speak so eloquently, passionately and empathetically about the working classes? Kind of a rhetorical question! mellow.gif

GG.
DavidT Posted 25th Apr 2013, 01:14pm
  Mr. Dennis Skinner on Mrs. T.

*Matt* Posted 23rd Apr 2013, 01:55pm
  This event should be held yearly me thinks! All she was to Scotland was another "LONGSHANKS". To be truthful, may she never have peace in her eternity But let us not forget the B* son she left behind in the in the disguise of a David Cameron! Beware Scotland.

"YOUR'S AYE" Matt in O.N. Canada.
wombat Posted 20th Apr 2013, 08:09pm
 
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I do not begrudge anyone on this forum their right to state such an opinion.

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TeeHeeHee Posted 20th Apr 2013, 01:03pm
  That's the Beauty of the Boards, Tom biggrin.gif
Frame, I'm with you on that. tongue.gif
tombro Posted 20th Apr 2013, 09:55am
  THH,

My comment was simply a general statement on the balance of opinions shared. I do not begrudge anyone on this forum their right to state such an opinion.

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frame Posted 19th Apr 2013, 02:52pm
  Never danced on anyone's grave, never will.
However, I would pose this question:
Those people who see this woman in hell, assuming that there is such a place, where do they see themselves when it's their turn to clock out.
As for me, as long as I land somewhere that serves Scottish malt whisky then I'll call that heaven.
TeeHeeHee Posted 17th Apr 2013, 11:28pm
  So it's still a hung Jury laugh.gif

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