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originally posted by: Boeing777
a reply to: uncommitted
As if UKIP are going to sort these bankers out hence why they haven't even mentioned them yet.
originally posted by: DAZ21
a reply to: Soloprotocol
So we have a fake account, making absurd statements that can be created easily, in fact I wouldn't put it past someone like you to do a thing like that to smear UKIP.
And a porn star...So what?
Within minutes, Cairns had disabled both his Facebook and Twitter accounts, but not before denying that his Facebook ever belonged to him. Despite it containing thousands of postings and photographs, he said it was a “fake account”, although conveniently it was then deactivated within a matter of minutes.
originally posted by: bastion
a reply to: uncommitted
Ever other news site reported it as Cameron announcing permanent austerity, however I didn't want to link to the Mail and being a massive lefty, linking to the grauniad wouldn't have been wise. While his actual words were 'reduce public spending' everyone knows that reducing public spending is austerity by a different name. Likewse everyone knows that public spending is to provide the essemtial services the poorer areas of society can't afford for themselves with the lions share of the tax money coming from the mega-rich. Unsurprisingly Cameron is dead against this, and sadly Labour aren't much better.
In the speech he said that austerity would continue under them if they win this years election.
I don't really see why calling New Labour Tories in all but name is wrong when New Labour follow Thatcherite politics, are like you say arecentre, centre-right (which in my opinion makes them tories instead off old Labour.
At an impromptu meeting last week, Farage and the News Corp boss discussed Clacton MP Douglas Carswell's dramatic switch. Farage, who first met Murdoch in 2013 at a dinner in the magnate's flat, told the Observer that he was delighted to have been asked to "meet the boss" again. He refused to be drawn, however, on whether Murdoch had suggested he could swing his media might behind the party.
Farage, said: "It wasn't planned but I was asked to meet the boss - we have met before - and I was happy to oblige. This is an 83-year-old guy whose finger is firmly on the pulse of what is happening in British and world politics. He was generally interested in hearing about the Carswell story, but beyond that I am going to have to disappoint you. It was a private conversation. We had a good chat."
The meeting took place after Farage had finished recording an appearance on Fox's Sean Hannity and Neil Cavuto shows at News Corp's building in Manhattan. During an ad break, Cavuto said to Farage, "Sir… The boss wants to see you. The big boss."
I always buy New Balance trainers, yes some are made in the Lake District. British.........Yours?
originally posted by: woogleuk
a reply to: ufoorbhunter
I live just down the road from it, maybe a mile, two tops.
Wow that is so ace Tell me something (only because you live near the factory), do you wear UK made New Balance? If so do they have a factory shop at the site?
I had a Kangol in the late 80's when I was the fourth member of the Beastie Boys Or so it felt at the time. Never realised that the factories were in the north west. Looks like there's a fair bit of manufacturing going on up there, was just aware of the New Balance trainers and Bae nuke submarines