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Really? Just stop it.

Yes really. Some time soon similar policy changes will be made by noise and media and it’ll be something you don’t approve of. It’s a terrible way to govern.
You mean there aren't ex MP's, Spads and party donors lobbying their own interests affecting policy already. Unfortunately we rarely get to hear most of those
Not comparable to what Rashford achieved today

As I said one day you won’t approve. All we’ve done is take another step to a socialist state.
Yep righty ho :lol:
Bimbo has hit warp speed.
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bimboman wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:It's amazing how hung-up Bimboman is that some poor kids are going to get a voucher so they are ensured of one decent meal a day. I mean why doe sit upset him so much?

I’m neither upset nor fixated about the poor kids. I’m laughing at the government taking policy from a footballer and everyone cheering on tax rises.
Covid tax is inevitable, and this will be a great help to the kids for relatively little money in the grand scheme (though the dinner ladies union will obviously be up in arms).
Taking it from a footballer is because the opposition were totally unable to make a case.
So it's the opposition's fault that the government is incompetent, righto
Pause for a moment & remember that the vegetable that objects to this policy; thought that it was perfectly reasonable for the PMs Chief Advisor, to take a 60 mile road trip with you wife & kid in a car to; check his eyesight !
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bimboman wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
bimboman wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:It's amazing how hung-up Bimboman is that some poor kids are going to get a voucher so they are ensured of one decent meal a day. I mean why doe sit upset him so much?

I’m neither upset nor fixated about the poor kids. I’m laughing at the government taking policy from a footballer and everyone cheering on tax rises.
You obviously are upset. No one else gives a damn on he source of he policy. Yes he's a footballer, but also he's one whose grew up poor and used his past experience to try and help inform the government of a flaw in society.

Meanwhile you've bitched it;s up tot he parents to take care of kids with not one shred of empathy that not all kids are looked after and do go hungry away from school.


I can assure outside of planet woke theres plenty of people laughing at a government taking instructions from a footballer.
Still no expression of empathy for hungry children?
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bimboman wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
bimboman wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:It's amazing how hung-up Bimboman is that some poor kids are going to get a voucher so they are ensured of one decent meal a day. I mean why doe sit upset him so much?

I’m neither upset nor fixated about the poor kids. I’m laughing at the government taking policy from a footballer and everyone cheering on tax rises.
You obviously are upset. No one else gives a damn on he source of he policy. Yes he's a footballer, but also he's one whose grew up poor and used his past experience to try and help inform the government of a flaw in society.

Meanwhile you've bitched it;s up tot he parents to take care of kids with not one shred of empathy that not all kids are looked after and do go hungry away from school.

I can assure outside of planet woke theres plenty of people laughing at a government taking instructions from a footballer.
That's probably true. I'm sure there are loads of us laughing at a Government, with all its' highly paid advisors, having less sense than a young footballer.
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bimboman wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
bimboman wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:It's amazing how hung-up Bimboman is that some poor kids are going to get a voucher so they are ensured of one decent meal a day. I mean why doe sit upset him so much?

I’m neither upset nor fixated about the poor kids. I’m laughing at the government taking policy from a footballer and everyone cheering on tax rises.
You obviously are upset. No one else gives a damn on he source of he policy. Yes he's a footballer, but also he's one whose grew up poor and used his past experience to try and help inform the government of a flaw in society.

Meanwhile you've bitched it;s up tot he parents to take care of kids with not one shred of empathy that not all kids are looked after and do go hungry away from school.

I can assure outside of planet woke theres plenty of people laughing at a government taking instructions from a footballer.
I'm calling it now. This is the Gort moment. The first stage in the metamorphosis from being simply an opiniated twat on a rugby bored to becoming a genuinely unpleasant individual.
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I see Bimbot's solid pronouncement on the cleanliness of the Attorney General's public intervention on behalf of Cummings re: Breach-gate might be exposed as a little grubbier than he was prepared to accept at the time...though he was actually placing laudable (some might say "naive", others "disingenuous") faith in the independence of levers of the judiciary under current governance...

https://www.theguardian.com/law/2020/ju ... rip-durham
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matt hancock praising the actions of daniel rashford today. jesus.

i'm no fan of ms abbott, but if she gets something wrng there's a pile on
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happyhooker wrote:matt hancock praising the actions of daniel rashford today. jesus.

i'm no fan of ms abbott, but if she gets something wrng there's a pile on
TBF to Matt, Harry Potter and that footballer look pretty damn similar.
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mabunch78 wrote:I see Bimbot's solid pronouncement on the cleanliness of the Attorney General's public intervention on behalf of Cummings re: Breach-gate might be exposed as a little grubbier than he was prepared to accept at the time...though he was actually placing laudable (some might say "naive", others "disingenuous") faith in the independence of levers of the judiciary under current governance...

https://www.theguardian.com/law/2020/ju ... rip-durham
Don't talk shit. I deplore this politically motivated frivolous prosecutions shit. Makes a mockery of the law to simply bring case after case with no chance of winning or doing anything but gaining media headlines.
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Bogbunny wrote:
happyhooker wrote:matt hancock praising the actions of daniel rashford today. jesus.

i'm no fan of ms abbott, but if she gets something wrng there's a pile on
TBF to Matt, Harry Potter and that footballer look pretty damn similar.
Yes and he's "really proud" that Marcus Rashford forced the government into a screeching u-turn on the subject.What a weaselly c unt of a man.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock declined to apologise to footballers over his past call for them to “play their part” in the coronavirus response, and said he is “really proud” of Marcus Rashford.

“I think the way that Marcus Rashford conducted this campaign was just exemplary. I’m really proud of him,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

He was pressed about his previous call for Premier League footballers to contribute to the Covid-19 response amid concerns over the furlough scheme.

Asked if he owes Rashford and other players an apology, Hancock told Today: “I think he’s been absolutely brilliant and I think he absolutely has played his part.

“I owe him thanks.”
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mabunch78 wrote:I see Bimbot's solid pronouncement on the cleanliness of the Attorney General's public intervention on behalf of Cummings re: Breach-gate might be exposed as a little grubbier than he was prepared to accept at the time...though he was actually placing laudable (some might say "naive", others "disingenuous") faith in the independence of levers of the judiciary under current governance...

https://www.theguardian.com/law/2020/ju ... rip-durham

These “prosecutions “ are political advertising, and here it is on a rugby forum being used as “evidence” of something. When of course it goes no where it will only be this headline and article grabbed from the internet as “evidence” down the line.


https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/inves ... ccummings/


All paid for by the mugs who paid for Simor, Maugham and Millars. Wonderful shite.
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Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977
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Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977
I like that he laughed off Hancock's mistake - weaseley to some, and who am I to argue? - this morning when he called him Daniel. Very level headed, he'll need plenty of that in the months and years to come. Good luck to him.
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bimboman wrote:
mabunch78 wrote:I see Bimbot's solid pronouncement on the cleanliness of the Attorney General's public intervention on behalf of Cummings re: Breach-gate might be exposed as a little grubbier than he was prepared to accept at the time...though he was actually placing laudable (some might say "naive", others "disingenuous") faith in the independence of levers of the judiciary under current governance...

https://www.theguardian.com/law/2020/ju ... rip-durham

These “prosecutions “ are political advertising, and here it is on a rugby forum being used as “evidence” of something...
Bimbo, yes I noted you put quotation marks about prosecutions but I am wondering why you used the term in the first place given judicial review is a civil action.
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Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.
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MungoMan wrote:
bimboman wrote:
mabunch78 wrote:I see Bimbot's solid pronouncement on the cleanliness of the Attorney General's public intervention on behalf of Cummings re: Breach-gate might be exposed as a little grubbier than he was prepared to accept at the time...though he was actually placing laudable (some might say "naive", others "disingenuous") faith in the independence of levers of the judiciary under current governance...

https://www.theguardian.com/law/2020/ju ... rip-durham

These “prosecutions “ are political advertising, and here it is on a rugby forum being used as “evidence” of something...
Bimbo, yes I noted you put quotation marks about prosecutions but I am wondering why you used the term in the first place given judicial review is a civil action.

Thanks, I used the wrong term. I do apologise. Anything else I say ever can be discounted now.
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bimboman wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
bimboman wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:It's amazing how hung-up Bimboman is that some poor kids are going to get a voucher so they are ensured of one decent meal a day. I mean why doe sit upset him so much?

I’m neither upset nor fixated about the poor kids. I’m laughing at the government taking policy from a footballer and everyone cheering on tax rises.
You obviously are upset. No one else gives a damn on he source of he policy. Yes he's a footballer, but also he's one whose grew up poor and used his past experience to try and help inform the government of a flaw in society.

Meanwhile you've bitched it;s up tot he parents to take care of kids with not one shred of empathy that not all kids are looked after and do go hungry away from school.

I can assure outside of planet woke theres plenty of people laughing at a government taking instructions from a footballer.
Because members of the Bullingdon Dining Club have a better understanding of what it is like to go hungry?
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eldanielfire wrote:It's amazing how hung-up Bimboman is that some poor kids are going to get a voucher so they are ensured of one decent meal a day. I mean why doe sit upset him so much?
Quite frankly I would argue that parents that put their own needs above those of their children are not going to do anything anyway to ensure their child gets that decent meal. Checking the govt website re vouchers I see:
Supermarkets available
Through Edenred, you can access eGift cards for:

Aldi
Asda
M&S
McColl’s
Morrisons
Sainsbury’s
Tesco
Waitrose

Redeeming the vouchers
Once families have received their voucher, they will be able to redeem them in store at the selected retailer by either:

presenting the voucher on a smartphone or tablet
presenting a paper copy of the voucher
Guidance is available from Edenred for parents to help answer any questions they may have.

Families are free to select the most appropriate food and drink for their child. When selecting products, we encourage families to consider health and nutrition. The School Food Standards and the NHS Eat Well website may act as a useful guide for families.

Vouchers must not be used for age-restricted items, such as alcohol, cigarettes or lottery tickets.
So, who polices the bolded bits?
At best people are only encouraged to get a healthy meal.
For the worst offenders I would imagine the shopping trolley will contain some large bags of crisps, large bottles of coke, and a few cakes as a treat for the kids.
The rest shall be fags and alcohol. As an after thought, the lottery tickets shall be added.
The total is more than vouchers, so a separate cash/card transaction is done to cover the difference.

Where is the control to stop that happening?
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bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.
Were you at this level of hysteria when Essex boy Jamie Oliver managed to film a meeting with the PM to discuss school childrens diet and got a commitment for £280 million.
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slick wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.
Were you at this level of hysteria when Essex boy Jamie Oliver managed to film a meeting with the PM to discuss school childrens diet and got a commitment for £280 million.


What happened to that campaign I wonder. And I’m hardly being “hysterical “ am I.
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bimboman wrote:
MungoMan wrote:
bimboman wrote:
mabunch78 wrote:I see Bimbot's solid pronouncement on the cleanliness of the Attorney General's public intervention on behalf of Cummings re: Breach-gate might be exposed as a little grubbier than he was prepared to accept at the time...though he was actually placing laudable (some might say "naive", others "disingenuous") faith in the independence of levers of the judiciary under current governance...

https://www.theguardian.com/law/2020/ju ... rip-durham

These “prosecutions “ are political advertising, and here it is on a rugby forum being used as “evidence” of something...
Bimbo, yes I noted you put quotation marks about prosecutions but I am wondering why you used the term in the first place given judicial review is a civil action.

Thanks, I used the wrong term. I do apologise. Anything else I say ever can be discounted now.
Quite a bit is already!
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Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977
What a monster!
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bimboman wrote:
slick wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.
Were you at this level of hysteria when Essex boy Jamie Oliver managed to film a meeting with the PM to discuss school childrens diet and got a commitment for £280 million.


What happened to that campaign I wonder. And I’m hardly being “hysterical “ am I.
bimboman wrote:Anything else I say ever can be discounted now.
bimboman wrote:All we’ve done is take another step to a socialist state.
bimboman wrote:Until Harry Kane publishes his manifesto for social care in the 21st century.
No no, not hysterical at all.
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Yes, my comment about Harry Kane was completely serious. :lol:
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bimboman wrote:Yes, my comment about Harry Kane was completely serious. :lol:
Christ would you stop being so hysterical.
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dargotronV.1 wrote:
bimboman wrote:Yes, my comment about Harry Kane was completely serious. :lol:
Christ would you stop being so hysterical.

It seems you’ve run out of argument as usual.
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Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977
How dare he use his fortuant position in life to help people! The fucker, Bimboman won't have this anymore.

Can I also add admiration that Rashford decide to keep it neutral and said it wasn't about politics just about the wellbeing of kids

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Of course the bastard is obviously a Marxist, trying to turn the country into a socialist state, so the statement is obviously false!
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Can I also add admiration that Rashford decide to keep it neutral and said it wasn't about politics just about the wellbeing of kids

Will no one think about the children! :lol:
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bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.
Marcus Rashford is now in control of Manchester United and Adidas' merchandising deals?

Wow, full time socialist, part time international striker who also happens to be in charge of a 750m merchandising deal. He really does it all doesn't he.
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Daniel doing a good job helping the poor.
:thumbup:
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I like haggis wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.
Marcus Rashford is now in control of Manchester United and Adidas' merchandising deals?

Wow, full time socialist, part time international striker who also happens to be in charge of a 750m merchandising deal. He really does it all doesn't he.

Again, a sense of irony or perspective missing .... :lol:
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bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.

Errr, public campaigns, asking people to contact their MPs to put pressure on the government and media discussion on the issue as Marcus Rashford initiated are the normal channels of politics you moron. In fact somewhat better than the other normal backdoor lobbying to aid big corporate interests.
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I like haggis wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.
Marcus Rashford is now in control of Manchester United and Adidas' merchandising deals?

Wow, full time socialist, part time international striker who also happens to be in charge of a 750m merchandising deal. He really does it all doesn't he.
Are we not supposed to put the footballing part in quotation marks now?

It has been well established on here that once you express an opinion that doesn't chime with your exact profession, you relinquish that profession and become and activist.
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BokJock wrote:
I like haggis wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.
Marcus Rashford is now in control of Manchester United and Adidas' merchandising deals?

Wow, full time socialist, part time international striker who also happens to be in charge of a 750m merchandising deal. He really does it all doesn't he.
Are we not supposed to put the footballing part in quotation marks now?

It has been well established on here that once you express an opinion that doesn't chime with your exact profession, you relinquish that profession and become and activist.
That only works if you have a history of advocating for Labour. Rashford has specifically stated this sin't about politics and hasn't tried to score political points off it yet.
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eldanielfire wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.

Errr, public campaigns, asking people to contact their MPs to put pressure on the government and media discussion on the issue as Marcus Rashford initiated are the normal channels of politics you moron. In fact somewhat better than the other normal backdoor lobbying to aid big corporate interests.

Yep, all those committees, bills in parliament, manifestos , elections useless. Just go with what ever the media and footballers want. :lol:
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bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.
These "normal channels"?
https://www.cityam.com/robert-jenrick-i ... d-desmond/
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So why are there free schools meals anyway?
Was it socialism that saw it introduced? or war-mongering colonial expansionism?
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bimboman wrote:
slick wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.
Were you at this level of hysteria when Essex boy Jamie Oliver managed to film a meeting with the PM to discuss school childrens diet and got a commitment for £280 million.

What happened to that campaign I wonder. And I’m hardly being “hysterical “ am I.
Crikey fella you're good, day after day you manage to get this ridiculous herd of bitter remoaning chumps chomping at the bit over a subject you don't give a shite about.
I doff my cap, class act...
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Re: Boris goooooone or just Cummings?

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I've been looking at this all backwards. I saw Rashford had been brought up and I assumed bimbo wold be having a whinge about the PM backtracking in light of popular opinion. Not exactly strong leadership, and pretty poor that the error of judgement should have to be highlighted by a young footballer. You'd have hoped the dream team of Raab, Gove, Cummings et al might have noticed.

Instead, I should have been critical of Rashford, the obvious architect of all this. Clearly an activist, which apparently is a pejorative and immediately discounts him from ever being a footballer ever again.
I like haggis
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Re: Boris goooooone or just Cummings?

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bimboman wrote:
I like haggis wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Frodder wrote:Part-time footballer, full-time raging Marxist, Social Activist Marcus Rashford is at it again

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53073977

It won’t stop. Once the normal channels have been circumvented they become the new normal channels.

I’m sure Marcus will stop when they get to banning £60 for a child’s football top until all the children are fed.
Marcus Rashford is now in control of Manchester United and Adidas' merchandising deals?

Wow, full time socialist, part time international striker who also happens to be in charge of a 750m merchandising deal. He really does it all doesn't he.

Again, a sense of irony or perspective missing .... :lol:
But where is the irony or perspective?

How long can you go without a Rashford personalised shirt? How long can you go without food?

This kid is starving which seriously affects their life chances. Quick get them a replica shirt.
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