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# 76 : Sunday 11-3-2018 @ 21:52
 
 
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# 77 : Monday 12-3-2018 @ 00:42
 
 

Imagine that - attempted murder in broad daylight in uk and industrial espionage in Ireland ... whatever will we do ?
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# 78 : Monday 12-3-2018 @ 00:45
 
 
What is the markup on clothing?
A " brand" jumper I quite liked was 130 it is now half price and I saw it for 20€ on Amazon ...
How is that possible ?
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# 79 : Monday 12-3-2018 @ 01:10
 
 
Someone said :
How is that possible ?

It's all made possible by a really far out there crazy concept called Economics..
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# 80 : Monday 12-3-2018 @ 01:57
 
 
Someone said :
It's all made possible by a really far out there crazy concept called Economics..

And that's why capitalism died and we had to bail out the banks ...
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# 81 : Tuesday 13-3-2018 @ 07:47
 
 
Does anyone think it's weird that Irish MEPs are voting to create a European army/defense force and that Ireland will be obliged to pay 2% of gross economic output towards our military, last year we spent 0.6% and none of the main newspaper or online new websites are talking about it? First time I heard about it was on Claire Byrne last night.
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# 82 : Tuesday 13-3-2018 @ 16:49
 
 
Someone said :
Does anyone think it's weird that Irish MEPs are voting to create a European army/defense force and that Ireland will be obliged to pay 2% of gross economic output towards our military, last year we spent 0.6% and none of the main newspaper or online new websites are talking about it? First time I heard about it was on Claire Byrne last night.

We don't have a military we have a defence force ...like Israel
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# 83 : Tuesday 13-3-2018 @ 17:02
 
 
Someone said :
Does anyone think it's weird that Irish MEPs are voting to create a European army/defense force and that Ireland will be obliged to pay 2% of gross economic output towards our military, last year we spent 0.6% and none of the main newspaper or online new websites are talking about it? First time I heard about it was on Claire Byrne last night.

They can't tell us how to spend the money
It's time we had an overseas possession in the Sun- we can buy one
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# 84 : Tuesday 13-3-2018 @ 18:49
 
 
Apparently we will be obliged to pay the 2%, it will be same as NATO.
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# 85 : Tuesday 13-3-2018 @ 20:34
 
 
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Apparently we will be obliged to pay the 2%, it will be same as NATO.

It’s 0.6 now so they’ll increase it by 3 times to 2% and we can spend it how we like .... on designer uniforms if we like ... but we should probably buy a few more ships & helicopters and raise our defence forces pay .
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# 86 : Wednesday 14-3-2018 @ 11:57
 
 
With Russia seemingly determined to start WWIII maybe it's not such a bad investment.. It's about time we picked a side & stopped playing the Neutrality card..
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# 87 : Friday 16-3-2018 @ 23:20
 
 
If you live in the UK these are the organisation's that have the right to look at your internet history - anytime they like ...


– Metropolitan police force

– City of London police force

– Police forces maintained under section 2 of the Police Act 1996

– Police Service of Scotland

– Police Service of Northern Ireland

– British Transport Police

– Ministry of Defence Police

– Royal Navy Police

– Royal Military Police

– Royal Air Force Police

– Security Service

– Secret Intelligence Service

– GCHQ

– Ministry of Defence

– Department of Health

– Home Office

– Ministry of Justice

– National Crime Agency

– HM Revenue & Customs

– Department for Transport

– Department for Work and Pensions

– NHS trusts and foundation trusts in England that provide ambulance services

– Common Services Agency for the Scottish Health Service

– Competition and Markets Authority

– Criminal Cases Review Commission

– Department for Communities in Northern Ireland

– Department for the Economy in Northern Ireland

– Department of Justice in Northern Ireland

– Financial Conduct Authority

– Fire and rescue authorities under the Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004

– Food Standards Agency

– Food Standards Scotland

– Gambling Commission

– Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority

– Health and Safety Executive

– Independent Police Complaints Commissioner

– Information Commissioner

– NHS Business Services Authority

– Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Health and Social Care Trust

– Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service Board

– Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Regional Business Services Organisation

– Office of Communications

– Office of the Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland

– Police Investigations and Review Commissioner

– Scottish Ambulance Service Board

– Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission

– Serious Fraud Office

– Welsh Ambulance Services National Health Service Trust

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# 88 : Friday 16-3-2018 @ 23:23
 
 
Makes you wonder how they get away with surfing porn in Westminster??? But then again that blew up in Damien Greene's face didn't it
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# 89 : Monday 19-3-2018 @ 22:50
 
 
Came across these Beauties in LIDL today.. Who the fuck wants to eat a sausage with a crunchy stuffed inside...???
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# 90 : Tuesday 20-3-2018 @ 18:40
 
 
Oh I'd love to try one of them. Like Crunchie Sausages.
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