• ross1948 19:45 on January 7, 2019 Permalink Reply
    Tags: anti-no-deal letter, , Caroline Spelman MP, Jack Dromey MP   

    Two Rotten Remainers- The Anti-Clean-Break Letter Co-Plotters !

    • Pamela 21:05 on January 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I remember that Grunwick carry-on!
      We were all rooting for the workers against those thuggish strikers and the outside ‘muscle’ they brought in. The police did a very good job.
      I think it was Bonusprint was the brand name, so we all started using them to have our holiday films developed.
      The ‘co-plotters’ are very well-matched, are they not, one expenses uproar after another.


    • Mannie Henderson 22:51 on January 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It was not just an industrial dispute.
      I think it made up Maggie’s mind that violent union pickets had to be put in their place and when she was in office she acted on her belief.
      So it had a tremendously long-term positive effect on modern British history.
      I suppose you know that Corbyn and Co.are busy with their plan to reopen the arguments about the so-called ‘Battle of Orgreave’ which is what the Left call that occasion when the police stopped picket intimidation of miners who wanted to do their jobs.
      Very opportune time for you to remind us.
      Or was it not so much opportune as carefully contrived?
      I never know with you.


    • Mack The Knife 12:37 on January 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I can’t find the list of names in any newspaper but it’s early yet so will have another look later.
      Funny how that pair have such a colourful background in common.
      If they are so unreliable about keeping track of their personal and business financial affairs, can anybody trust them to work out the costs or saving involved in Brexit?



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