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Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 9:33 pm
by Keyser
BD wrote:
Keyser wrote:
measurer wrote:£750 Billion, to be precise, according to Sky news...

Going to make it a LOT easier to sell to their buddies now isn't it? Sell them for a knockdown price so that their friends can then buy them cheaply, and end the N.H.S. forever.


But that epitome of compassion Ma Maybot would never do that!

Would she?

Strong and stable.

.


May wouldn't recognise compassion if it slapped her in the kisser Keyser.
Wrong and unable would be a better description of that sorry excuse for a woman if honest! :grrrrr:


Indeed, fox hunting, a sly reversal of the ivory ban and only just today creeping up to Trump (whilst the rest of the world lined up to condemn him) and supporting yet another Tory criminal in Craig Mackinlay.

She is weak, weak, weak and very nasty with it.

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Tue Jun 06, 2017 10:37 pm
by rollup
Dr Lauren Gavaghan At Labour NHS Rally in Bristol

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Tue Jun 06, 2017 11:16 pm
by rollup
Can't the BBC be prosecuted for all this deceitful lying biased behaviour?

http://evolvepolitics.com/bbc-interview ... ouncillor/

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 6:01 am
by BD
rollup wrote:Dr Lauren Gavaghan At Labour NHS Rally in Bristol


I'm in love suddenly after seeing that link.
That bird knows the score and isn't afraid to tell the world what she thinks.
We need thousands like her before we can change the system for the better.

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 2:42 pm
by rollup
BD wrote:
rollup wrote:Dr Lauren Gavaghan At Labour NHS Rally in Bristol


I'm in love suddenly after seeing that link.
That bird knows the score and isn't afraid to tell the world what she thinks.
We need thousands like her before we can change the system for the better.

Hello longtime no see BD.
Hope your health hasn't deteriorated much more than since we last spoke.
Mine has utterly collapsed!

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2017 7:31 pm
by BD
rollup wrote:
BD wrote:
rollup wrote:Dr Lauren Gavaghan At Labour NHS Rally in Bristol


I'm in love suddenly after seeing that link.
That bird knows the score and isn't afraid to tell the world what she thinks.
We need thousands like her before we can change the system for the better.

Hello longtime no see BD.
Hope your health hasn't deteriorated much more than since we last spoke.
Mine has utterly collapsed!


Snap Jack another two weeks enjoying hospital food, hospital nurses and painful needles.
I hate it! :paranoid:

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2017 11:58 pm
by rollup
BD wrote:
rollup wrote:
BD wrote:
rollup wrote:Dr Lauren Gavaghan At Labour NHS Rally in Bristol


I'm in love suddenly after seeing that link.
That bird knows the score and isn't afraid to tell the world what she thinks.
We need thousands like her before we can change the system for the better.

Hello longtime no see BD.
Hope your health hasn't deteriorated much more than since we last spoke.
Mine has utterly collapsed!


Snap Jack another two weeks enjoying hospital food, hospital nurses and painful needles.
I hate it! :paranoid:

What do you do these days BD now there isn't a lot of forum choices left to you?

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Sun Jul 02, 2017 7:00 pm
by BD
rollup wrote:
BD wrote:
rollup wrote:
BD wrote:
rollup wrote:Dr Lauren Gavaghan At Labour NHS Rally in Bristol


I'm in love suddenly after seeing that link.
That bird knows the score and isn't afraid to tell the world what she thinks.
We need thousands like her before we can change the system for the better.

Hello longtime no see BD.
Hope your health hasn't deteriorated much more than since we last spoke.
Mine has utterly collapsed!


Snap Jack another two weeks enjoying hospital food, hospital nurses and painful needles.
I hate it! :paranoid:

What do you do these days BD now there isn't a lot of forum choices left to you?


Twiddle my thumbs mostly Jack.
I wanted to reply to Abs earlier but don't know if I'd be allowed to.
It does say I can post replies but I don't know if that only applies to this thread or not to be honest?

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Sun Jul 02, 2017 7:44 pm
by Stooo
BD wrote:
Twiddle my thumbs mostly Jack.
I wanted to reply to Abs earlier but don't know if I'd be allowed to.
It does say I can post replies but I don't know if that only applies to this thread or not to be honest?


Bump ancient threads and they won't be approved, c**t out the admin and you're going to get IP banned.

You're here under sufferance you revolting creep.

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 8:15 am
by BD
Stooo wrote:
BD wrote:
Twiddle my thumbs mostly Jack.
I wanted to reply to Abs earlier but don't know if I'd be allowed to.
It does say I can post replies but I don't know if that only applies to this thread or not to be honest?


Bump ancient threads and they won't be approved, c**t out the admin and you're going to get IP banned.

You're here under sufferance you revolting creep.

Thank you kind sir but can I start new threads not cunting out any Amin or mods? :wubwub: :doomed:

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 8:18 am
by Holly
BD wrote:
Stooo wrote:
BD wrote:
Twiddle my thumbs mostly Jack.
I wanted to reply to Abs earlier but don't know if I'd be allowed to.
It does say I can post replies but I don't know if that only applies to this thread or not to be honest?


Bump ancient threads and they won't be approved, c**t out the admin and you're going to get IP banned.

You're here under sufferance you revolting creep.

Thank you kind sir but can I start new threads not cunting out any Amin or mods? :wubwub: :doomed:


Nope!

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 4:08 pm
by Vicks
Stooo wrote:
BD wrote:
Twiddle my thumbs mostly Jack.
I wanted to reply to Abs earlier but don't know if I'd be allowed to.
It does say I can post replies but I don't know if that only applies to this thread or not to be honest?


Bump ancient threads and they won't be approved, c**t out the admin and you're going to get IP banned.

You're here under sufferance you revolting creep.


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Reread what Stooo said and don't do it again.

That thread you tried to post on was from four years ago, you do that again and you'll find yourself IP banned.

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2017 6:54 pm
by Text
Months ago, tory MP's roared with laughter in parliament when they successfully used their large majority to vote in some of their nasty austerity policies.

Now that their majority has been drastically reduced, (even with DUP propping them up) hopefully they will remove the 1% pay cap on nurses and incentivise them to stay.

Hopefully it will also slow down their mission to pull the NHS apart limb from limb - and sell off the best bits to their buddies.

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2017 7:13 pm
by Text
A Yougov poll gave Labour a lead of 8% recently which is astonishing. Labour would help save the NHS ... but Theresa says she is staying put for a year at least.

Not daft is she? She knows that if the tories call an election right now, their ass will be turfed out quicker than you can say "DUP". :pointlaugh:

Re: The NHS is no more.

PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2017 1:54 am
by rollup
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