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Who's "they"?

What's "one"?

"they pledged at conference that they'd first try to get a general election above all else"

Quite clear if you read what i quoted.
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Punched annoying receptionist in the tits*

* wishful thinking.
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How do you suggest they go about getting one then Einstein?

Who's "they"?

What's "one"?
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Picture Box / Re: Ball, Ball, Ball - Footy, Footy, Footy: 2018/2019
« Last post by mash on Today at 10:43:27 AM »
Terrible timing. Gives almost no time for David Squires to re-write this week's comic!
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Picture Box / Re: Wrestling Thread: the New Generation
« Last post by up_the_hampipe on Today at 10:43:02 AM »
That's what she's been doing hasn't she? She was doing that through the whole Ambrose v Rollins match at TLC because Corey kept attacking her. It was boring and took away from the, admittedly boring, match that was going on.

I'd rather her just say "our personal lives are private" and move on.

She's not really saying anything about him unless she's backed into a corner, even then it's quite generic. The way Graves is approaching it is just uncomfortable, but Renee needs to be a bit more hands on with this angle. I guess she's still adjusting.
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H.S. Art / Re: Christmas Desolation
« Last post by Huxleys Babkins on Today at 10:41:09 AM »
Russell Grant goes into hospital after attempting to wolf down a sack of "chocolate coins" that turns out to be sixty two pounds and nineteen pence of legal tender.
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Picture Box / Re: Ball, Ball, Ball - Footy, Footy, Footy: 2018/2019
« Last post by DrGreggles on Today at 10:40:33 AM »
Mourinho OUT

Poor bloke.
Just before Christmas and he loses his job.
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Labour are tied up in knots because they pledged at conference that they'd first try to get a general election above all else and if they failed in that they'd push for a second referendum.

The Labour leadership do NOT want a second referendum. They don't want to be seen advocating for one. Even now, when the stakes have never been higher, they will do anything to avoid having to get down off the fence.

That's why we're getting impotent, pointless motions like the one yesterday. Anything to stall for time. Anything to kick their conference pledge into the long grass. Even if that means foregoing the chance of a general election.

How do you suggest they go about getting one then Einstein?
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Labour are tied up in knots because they pledged at conference that they'd first try to get a general election above all else and if they failed in that they'd push for a second referendum.

The Labour leadership do NOT want a second referendum. They don't want to be seen advocating for one. Even now, when the stakes have never been higher, they will do anything to avoid having to get down off the fence.

That's why we're getting impotent, pointless motions like the one yesterday. Anything to stall for time. Anything to kick their conference pledge into the long grass. Even if that means foregoing the chance of a general election.

I don't think all these games and second-guessing is very good for the nation, do you? It's not House of Cards.
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General Bullshit / Re: Am I Being Unreasonable?
« Last post by checkoutgirl on Today at 10:36:29 AM »
Not unreasonable I guess but you're probably shown a boring side to yourself that your partner didn't know existed.  You'd be best off breaking up.

I think it's perfectly reasonable not to want to go to Mexico at the drop of a hat just because your partners are going there for a business trip. It's whether your partners think if  it's perfectly reasonable that's the issue. Will your partners think you're not spontaneous enough? Will your partners ask you to visit some other place that you don't fancy either and this will push you further apart? Will the sex dry up? Will your partners family say you're not good enough for you partners.

Best call it quits now before someone really gets hurt.
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