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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 9:43 am 
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Apparently there are going to revelations about sexual harassment and a coming storm of stories to be published imminently.
Supposedly involving all Parties and many MP's are getting ready penning their contrite speeches of apology.
Names have been named and there is a storm coming for the establishment with the Whatsapp group info coming into the public domain. Labour MP John Mann set to name one of his colleagues and resignations letters being written apparently.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... -weinstein
https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/u ... er-hardest


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Please be David Davis.....please be David Davis. :nod:


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Probably my favourite emanated from George Bush Sr, whom confinement to a wheelchair has placed at women’s backside level for the past five years. While you’re down there, luv … as no female has ever said to the 41st president of the United States


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Classic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FafVtHWn4X8


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 10:54 pm 
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This is going to get very messy. The Sunday Tabloids are having their Storm.


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This is going to get very messy. The Sunday Tabloids are having their Storm.


Any names or hinted names?


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This is going to get very messy. The Sunday Tabloids are having their Storm.


Any names or hinted names?

There will be a BARRAGE of questions. hint hint!


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This is going to get very messy. The Sunday Tabloids are having their Storm.


Any names or hinted names?

Mail on Sunday naming some names.
9 MPs on the list apparently.


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Considering how effectively the Savilles of Westminster have been quietly swept under the carpet, perhaps this isn't going to blow up quite as much as it seems.


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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5027709/Brexit-Minister-Mark-Garnier-sent-PA-buy-sex-toys.html

It begins...


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“Garnier... take care”


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 11:42 pm 
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Corbyn said it has been going on for too long
Given that he has only just spoken about it, he might have been better not to have said that.


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Corbyn said it has been going on for too long
Given that he has only just spoken about it, he might have been better not to have said that.

May also commented


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 12:28 am 
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c69 wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Corbyn said it has been going on for too long
Given that he has only just spoken about it, he might have been better not to have said that.

May also commented

She did but not that it had been going on for ages. If Corbyn knew why did he remain silent?


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Mick Mannock wrote:
c69 wrote:
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Corbyn said it has been going on for too long
Given that he has only just spoken about it, he might have been better not to have said that.

May also commented

She did but not that it had been going on for ages. If Corbyn knew why did he remain silent?

How the efuck do I know ffs.
Loads of politicians will come out with statements like this over the next few weeks.
They all knew ffs


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 12:39 am 
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c69 wrote:
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c69 wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Corbyn said it has been going on for too long
Given that he has only just spoken about it, he might have been better not to have said that.

May also commented

She did but not that it had been going on for ages. If Corbyn knew why did he remain silent?

How the efuck do I know ffs.
Loads of politicians will come out with statements like this over the next few weeks.
They all knew ffs

I was not really directing the question at you. In making his "been going on too long" claim, Corbyn is either admitting that he knew but remained silent, or has no idea what he is talking about.


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So Corbyn has either been silently compliscent over sexual harassment in his place of work, or is grandstanding having been beaten to the punch by May's statement.


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So Corbyn has either been silently compliscent over sexual harassment in his place of work, or is grandstanding having been beaten to the punch by May's statement.

I have no idea who said what first ffs.
I dislike both of the cnuts. It's not a Party political issue.


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c69 wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
So Corbyn has either been silently compliscent over sexual harassment in his place of work, or is grandstanding having been beaten to the punch by May's statement.

I have no idea who said what first ffs.
I dislike both of the cnuts. It's not a Party political issue.

It isn't and neither have suggested as much. I am more interested in Corbyn's allegation that it is long-standing. How does he know that?


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Mick Mannock wrote:
So Corbyn has either been silently compliscent over sexual harassment in his place of work, or is grandstanding having been beaten to the punch by May's statement.

Or the allegations were so serious he couldn't comment without checking facts first. Decided against checking.


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So Corbyn has either been silently compliscent over sexual harassment in his place of work, or is grandstanding having been beaten to the punch by May's statement.

Or the allegations were so serious he couldn't comment without checking facts first. Decided against checking.

This is the sum total of what the (so far, only) linked article reports in respect of what Corbyn had to say:

And Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn yesterday condemned ‘warped and degrading’ behaviour at Westminster. He talked of a ‘culture that has tolerated abuse for far too long and thrives in the corridors of power’.

Of itself, doesn't quite support the narrative Mick is developing.


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Which Cabinet Minister(s)?


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Particulalrly enjoying how gleeful the papers are being over this and the BBC allegations. Do the press really want to get into this?


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Always nice to see my MP make the papers.

Between this and “dog-end voters”*, he makes the news for all the right reasons.

* https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... ng-regions


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Particulalrly enjoying how gleeful the papers are being over this and the BBC allegations. Do the press really want to get into this?


How dare you suggest the newsrooms of the world's finest press might, at one time, have been a difficult place to work for certain people.


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Particulalrly enjoying how gleeful the papers are being over this and the BBC allegations. Do the press really want to get into this?

The public care about it happening in the media less than politics. This is a nice dead sheep for them.


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paddyor wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
So Corbyn has either been silently compliscent over sexual harassment in his place of work, or is grandstanding having been beaten to the punch by May's statement.

Or the allegations were so serious he couldn't comment without checking facts first. Decided against checking.

This is the sum total of what the (so far, only) linked article reports in respect of what Corbyn had to say:

And Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn yesterday condemned ‘warped and degrading’ behaviour at Westminster. He talked of a ‘culture that has tolerated abuse for far too long and thrives in the corridors of power’.

Of itself, doesn't quite support the narrative Mick is developing.


I think it does.


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Mick Mannock wrote:
MungoMan wrote:
paddyor wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
So Corbyn has either been silently compliscent over sexual harassment in his place of work, or is grandstanding having been beaten to the punch by May's statement.

Or the allegations were so serious he couldn't comment without checking facts first. Decided against checking.

This is the sum total of what the (so far, only) linked article reports in respect of what Corbyn had to say:

And Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn yesterday condemned ‘warped and degrading’ behaviour at Westminster. He talked of a ‘culture that has tolerated abuse for far too long and thrives in the corridors of power’.

Of itself, doesn't quite support the narrative Mick is developing.


I think it does.



It does.


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Bit like Chakrabarti and Abbott denying they knew O'Mara was a twat who liked his sexist/racist banter. Even though he was first publicly outed back in June.


Hope no one on here has political aspirations as it seems anything said in jest via the internet can come back and bite you on the arse many years later.


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Bit like Chakrabarti and Abbott denying they knew O'Mara was a twat who liked his sexist/racist banter. Even though he was first publicly outed back in June.


Hope no one on here has political aspirations as it seems anything said in jest via the internet can come back and bite you on the arse many years later.



Abbot defending McDonnells calls for Esther Mcveys to be lynched this morning was a nice high point.


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Not expecting much in the way of positives to come out of this. Too many people making it a partisan thing. O'Mara's disgusting "it's okay if I do it because I'm Labour but if a Tory does it they have to go" statement is going to be the default response from both major parties even if most of them probably aren't thick enough to come out and say it


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Bit like Chakrabarti and Abbott denying they knew O'Mara was a twat who liked his sexist/racist banter. Even though he was first publicly outed back in June.


Hope no one on here has political aspirations as it seems anything said in jest via the internet can come back and bite you on the arse many years later.


Nick Clegg's wife saying she knew about it during the campaign, so Nick definitely knew and, if he knew, the Labour party must have known. Unclear whether Momentum knew, but if they didn't it's a pretty shocking lapse


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Have all these slime balls been suspended from their respective Parties?


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The independent is reporting tory aides have a list of 36 tory MP's accused of inappropriate behaviour including 20 ministers.


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The independent is reporting tory aides have a list of 36 tory MP's accused of inappropriate behaviour including 20 ministers.

It appears that both male and female researchers are the main victims
https://order-order.com/2017/10/29/tory-aides-spreadsheet-names-36-sex-pest-mps/


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I suspect most of it is low-level sleaze rather than full-on Weinstein type stuff. A lot of MPs - Tories especially - bear a remarkable resemblance to Swiss Tony.

There was one Tory (Evans) on trial for some very nasty stuff, but he got off...


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I wonder what the implications are if they bin off those tory mps (after due legal process rather than the inevitable public outcry). Would that mean a by election and a possible end to the Tory government.

Quite frankly, if this means that Corbyn could be prime minister then Sugar Tits needs to get back to the office and spend the rest of the day riding that 12" dildo on that MP's desk. For the good of the country and all that.


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A question is in pursuing the shits who have got away with sexual harassment and mad men style office behaviour for far, far too long, how many people who had a consensual affair or made a drunken or misguided pass at a younger person will end up having their careers ended as well?


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