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28 minutes ago, Bubba said:

The ira did actually bomb downing street however from the rear. Totally makes sense not to allow public access into the street.

Why?

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Just now, Bubba said:

Common sense

Not many countries forbid you from walking down the street past the head of government's home address. The USA is one I suppose.

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1 hour ago, Hoddie said:

Not many countries forbid you from walking down the street past the head of government's home address. The USA is one I suppose.

I guess only the countries whose population is a special kind of stupid

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When I was a 14 year old I went on a school trip to London. Downing St had no gates then. I remember being stood looking at No 10 and a pigeon sh!t on me. I like many others have been sh!t on by residents of No 10 ever since.

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6 hours ago, chrisbo61 said:

Thatcher put the gates up, because everyone hated her and she was frightened off being killed in her bed at night by some deranged socialist or such like!

You used to be able to walk up and have photos taken outside, my dad took a pic of me when I was a little un in shorts! Think I went to london zoo as well but you couldn't go into the enclosures!

And then labour under Blair and brown took them down ? 

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4 hours ago, Hoddie said:

Why?

Because those who would be put at risk from attacks by terrorists or activists woukd be the police

too many of our MPs are being threatened and one even murdered .. making things secure protects those protecting them .. the police 

now we can ask what as happened to cause this but that is a different topic 

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2 minutes ago, Shaytrev said:

Labour have abandoned the working class British male altogether. Get a grip Chrisbo, they are both past their sell by date.

What about the working class female?

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26 minutes ago, chrisbo61 said:

What about the working class female?

You posted a quote mentioning males only. As for working class females, especially the most vulnerable, we all know of Labours behaviour regarding them. Q Rotherham and many other places where Labour Councillors were complicit.

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9 minutes ago, Shaytrev said:

You posted a quote mentioning males only. As for working class females, especially the most vulnerable, we all know of Labours behaviour regarding them. Q Rotherham and many other places where Labour Councillors were complicit.

Name one labour policy that alienates the working class!

 

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1 minute ago, chrisbo61 said:

Name one labour policy that alienates the working class!

 

10 minutes ago, Shaytrev said:

You posted a quote mentioning males only. As for working class females, especially the most vulnerable, we all know of Labours behaviour regarding them. Q Rotherham and many other places where Labour Councillors were complicit.

Name one labour policy that alienates the working class!

 

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27 minutes ago, chrisbo61 said:

Name one labour policy that alienates the working class!

 

Being complicit in child grooming of working class English girls.

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Just now, Shaytrev said:

Being complicit in child grooming of working class English girls.

Not quite sure that was in the manifesto trev!

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5 minutes ago, Twisted Wheel said:

Did you find that link? Assume it's from a reputable source.

It was head lines on Yahoo yesterday stating JC said he would give No10, Chequers & McDonald would give No11 up to homeless, his wording was he would not reside in No 10 he would give it to the homeless, Mc said same wordings re No11 and wording for Chequers was that he would let rough sleepers stay there.

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8 minutes ago, Steve Lanzarote said:

It was head lines on Yahoo yesterday stating JC said he would give No10, Chequers & McDonald would give No11 up to homeless, his wording was he would not reside in No 10 he would give it to the homeless, Mc said same wordings re No11 and wording for Chequers was that he would let rough sleepers stay there.

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/corbyn-d-pm-country-residence-131542431.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAAylaqQI6cfjAKe6iRYLN4G-YMs93_v7uaHvfhCUd5jz_MHNk5bJ7HxCSsDEW8gKfIH9BnLQlRTdQtJyKoehKKsqFSXJpZXLh5EZ22g3gHyCra03j75mmFuLOGm3XOUjDhHRqPywDFP1WM4ik_DVFjBs1cz18J44GbyJsVbkOrxT

There you go Steve.

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9 minutes ago, Steve Lanzarote said:

Not the same one greg, headline was Corbyn will not take up residence at No 10.

Can't see a link to that. Just the one relating to Chequers, which is what I said earlier.

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