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41Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Fri Feb 11 2022, 15:53

Sluffy

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BoltonTillIDie wrote:Sluffy, you also need to give it a rest too with past arguments, we’ve all heard your stories about certain posters and they don’t need repeating at every opportunity. Hopefully we can all forget about the past and move on.  

I only refer to the past to ridicule what is posted in the present.

If people can stop posting lies and fake stories I wouldn't have the need to point out their previous lies and fake stories would I?

I've frequently said the way to put an end to all this was for him to stop spouting his hatred, bullshit and fake news in the first place.

It really has always been that simple to do!

42Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Fri Feb 11 2022, 16:06

wanderlust

wanderlust
Nat Lofthouse
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boltonbonce wrote:
Then there's Nat. She's up to no good, or I'm a Dutchman.
Hopefully writing up the missing BELs, Henk.

43Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Fri Feb 11 2022, 16:13

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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wanderlust wrote:
Hopefully writing up the missing BELs, Henk.
Probably busy in the salon.

44Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Fri Feb 11 2022, 16:18

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

boltonbonce wrote:
Probably busy in the salon.
Must be in a good location if you're busy. Location is everything..

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45Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Fri Feb 11 2022, 16:23

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Memories. Ian Hislop's done well for himself since Bronski Beat hasn't he.

46Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Fri Feb 11 2022, 16:34

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Sluffy wrote:
BoltonTillIDie wrote:Sluffy, you also need to give it a rest too with past arguments, we’ve all heard your stories about certain posters and they don’t need repeating at every opportunity. Hopefully we can all forget about the past and move on.  

I only refer to the past to ridicule what is posted in the present.

If people can stop posting lies and fake stories I wouldn't have the need to point out their previous lies and fake stories would I?

I've frequently said the way to put an end to all this was for him to stop spouting his hatred, bullshit and fake news in the first place.

It really has always been that simple to do!
You only refer to the past to ridicule him.

What you mean is that you think it’s ok to constantly troll him then.

If you don’t like it on here anymore then why don’t you simply stop posting instead of ruining it for us all because that is what you are doing or are you getting a kick out of it?

47Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Fri Feb 11 2022, 17:28

Sluffy

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karlypants wrote:You only refer to the past to ridicule him.

What you mean is that you think it’s ok to constantly troll him then.

If you don’t like it on here anymore then why don’t you simply stop posting instead of ruining it for us all because that is what you are doing or are you getting a kick out of it?

Calling out lies and fake news isn't trolling???

I helped found this forum and post on here for fun not to deal with folk who have real life issues and bring them on here.

If you don't like Brexit so what, say your peace and move on with your life.

If you made a mistake or error then just own up to it don't lie and deceive - it's the internet for God's sake, we are just a bunch of random strangers to each other, no one bothers if you get something wrong from time to time - we all do.

I've been trying to stop the hatred and the lies - to make it a better place for all of us - that's all.

If you or anyone else wants to believe a load of hatred and bitterness based on someone else's personal prejudice and continually posts them on here then that's up to you.  

I simply prefer to deal with the truth, facts and reality of the situations - and where I can post links for people to go and judge things for themselves.

If that's ruining things and spoiling the site for you then I'm sorry it does.

If people didn't post their personal hatred in the first place I wouldn't need to be doing it would I?

Maybe we've now reached a point where all that is behind us?

Fingers crossed anyway.

48Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Fri Feb 11 2022, 17:55

Norpig

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Nat Lofthouse
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49Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Fri Feb 11 2022, 22:33

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Andy Walker
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Norpig wrote:Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 200.gif?cid=a87a70e6u5bhc1iohd3scgaw1c18o6ynocw6q3vqr9synwfo&rid=200

This 100% 😉🥳

50Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Fri Feb 11 2022, 23:48

Sluffy

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Analysis: A damaging situation
By Ione Wells, BBC political correspondent

The fact Boris Johnson has received one shows the police believe he now needs to account for his actions, and what he was doing at these events, to see whether or not he has broken the law.

Getting a questionnaire doesn't necessarily mean the police will issue him with a fine, or find him to have broken the law.

Allies expect him to draw on how Downing Street is both the prime minister's workplace and private residence. Remember, he previously apologised for being at the 20 May 2020 drinks in the Downing Street garden by claiming he "believed implicitly that this was a work event."

But politically this is an incredibly damaging situation to be in for a serving prime minister regardless.

While some allies have said they would support him even if he received a fixed penalty notice, many Tory MPs think his position would be untenable if he's found to have broken the law.

51Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Sat Feb 12 2022, 00:57

Hip Priest

Hip Priest
Andy Walker
Andy Walker

They've sent Boris a form to fill in INSISTING he tells the truth.

Good luck with that one then!   Very Happy  Very Happy  Very Happy

52Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Sat Feb 12 2022, 02:24

wanderlust

wanderlust
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

A f*****g questionnaire? What is that all about?

Imagine:

On the night in question were you

a) at home with the missus
b) in the pub with your mates
c) robbing £14 million quid's worth of diamonds from a jewellers in Hatton Gardens?

If this is the new police strategy for detecting crime we're in big trouble.

What is going wrong with the world FFS?

53Sue Gray's report / Partygate  - Page 3 Empty Re: Sue Gray's report / Partygate Sat Feb 12 2022, 02:29

BoltonTillIDie

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

I suspect it will be D

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