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4 hours ago, Baxter Parp said:

That's fine then.

Glad this was put to rights live on air....  OH WAIT!!!!  

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4 hours ago, Baxter Parp said:

That's fine then.

Wonder if that one was on Batemans pre-read of upcoming co-ordinated spin and distortions

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Surely M&S reply is serious enough justification for Nippy to call an Indy2....

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Surely M&S reply is serious enough justification for Nippy to call an Indy2....

Surely it's time for you to grow up?

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8 minutes ago, Loondave1 said:


Surely M&S reply is serious enough justification for Nippy to call an Indy2....

Grow up FFS 

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32 minutes ago, Loondave1 said:


Surely M&S reply is serious enough justification for Nippy to call an Indy2....

Is YoonDave not aware of Her Glorious Majesty's (gawd bless her!) Scotch Whisky Regulations 2009, as enacted by the UK Houses of Parliament, the supreme law-making body of these Sceptered Isles?

Regulation 5(2) specifically states "A person must not manufacture any whisky in Scotland except Scotch Whisky"

Accordingly, by defining any Scotch Whisky as "British", Marks & Spencer are defying Parliament's will, and thus defying our anointed sovereign ruler. This is surely serious justification for demanding that M&S are prosecuted to the full extent of the Great British law for offences up to and including sedition & treason.

Alternatively, is he just trolling the forum (as usual)?

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Yes.
He's in his 50s ffs

Absolutely tragic.

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Jings this place is full of humourless killjoys these days.I am curious as to which age group would be best for mocking the importance of a politics topic on a football forum ?

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1 hour ago, Loondave1 said:

Jings this place is full of humourless killjoys these days.

 

Aww. Did you not find my anti-establishment pisstaking funny? :bairn

Poor little baby 

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Jings this place is full of humourless killjoys these days.I am curious as to which age group would be best for mocking the importance of a politics topic on a football forum ?
Dave, under which circumstances would you consider voting for Scottish Independence?

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1 hour ago, John Lambies Doos said:
3 hours ago, Loondave1 said:
Jings this place is full of humourless killjoys these days.I am curious as to which age group would be best for mocking the importance of a politics topic on a football forum ?

Dave, under which circumstances would you consider voting for Scottish Independence?

:lol: disnae matter. He lives in Croyden:P

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7 hours ago, git-intae-thum said:

:lol: disnae matter. He lives in Croyden:P

If true, let him say what he likes. The poor b*****d's suffered enough.

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So Nicola ponders that Oct this year is the time renew the process of setting a date for a 2nd Ref? Even with the clusterf*ck that is Brexit at her disposal it is clear that a groundswell of opinion has yet to emerge to give her a confident and solid assurance that YES will prevail this time.
She”s a tough gig right enough, juggling the balance between appeasing the more radical within the separatist movement and convincing the undecided that the time is right, whilst the Scottish Government becomes increasingly exposed in its ability to handle complete autonomy. A view perhaps borne out in the results of the last GE in Scotland.
The noise for a 2nd Ref even on P&B has seen a noticeable decline over the past 12 months.
Would the UK Government grant another Ref before the final Brexit Deal is decided upon and implemented. If so. does it confuse the issue for Scottish voters even further, being unsure of how the future will look as part of the UK and the EU (or not).
A fascinating game on the table, when does she go ‘all in’ !?

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24 minutes ago, RedRob72 said:

So Nicola ponders that Oct this year is the time renew the process of setting a date for a 2nd Ref? Even with the clusterf*ck that is Brexit at her disposal it is clear that a groundswell of opinion has yet to emerge to give her a confident and solid assurance that YES will prevail this time.
She”s a tough gig right enough, juggling the balance between appeasing the more radical within the separatist movement and convincing the undecided that the time is right, whilst the Scottish Government becomes increasingly exposed in its ability to handle complete autonomy. A view perhaps borne out in the results of the last GE in Scotland.
The noise for a 2nd Ref even on P&B has seen a noticeable decline over the past 12 months.
Would the UK Government grant another Ref before the final Brexit Deal is decided upon and implemented. If so. does it confuse the issue for Scottish voters even further, being unsure of how the future will look as part of the UK and the EU (or not).
A fascinating game on the table, when does she go ‘all in’ !?

Seems unlikely.  General Elections in Scotland are never fought on Holyrood records, and is part of the reason that, 2015 aside, the SNP always did much better at Holyrood than Westminster. That is even if you assume that the Scottish Government is increasingly exposed, or that people can't comprehend how the overlapping responsibilities, where the bulk of powers are reserved is so far and away from 'complete autonomy' so as to make comparisons between the current devolved administration and any notional independent government completely pointless. Add to that the GE results where the main switching axes were from the SNP to the Tories in the North East (where the Tories were traditionally strong and the Brexit and Unionist sentiment relatively high (and a few Labour joke candidates) and, far larger, the SNP to did not vote in the Central Belt. 

The last GE then, seems to be a mix of a listless SNP campaign that couldn't find a good hook and Brexit-Unionist tactical voting in the North East. The '15 result was, in retrospect completely unsustainable, and the last GE still resulted in a massive number of SNP seats dwarfing all other parties. 

As for P+B, there isn't much else to be said that hasn't already been said. The last Panelbase polling showed a majority of Scottish voters want the timing of the referendum to be decided by Edinburgh, not London and as Spain showed recently, the best way of trashing your own brand is to come across as authoritarian and uninterested in the views of the people. Denying a referendum is long term suicide - it swaps a possibility of losing now for a definite of losing later. 

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Aww. Did you not find my anti-establishment pisstaking funny? :bairn
Poor little baby 

Ah it was humour ! So hard to tell on P&B. As humour it was ok.ish but doubt it will justify a TV series to be honest.

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If true, let him say what he likes. The poor b*****d's suffered enough.

It isn't true but i am highly puzzled at why anyone would imagine i did ? A real headscratcher.

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Dave, under which circumstances would you consider voting for Scottish Independence?

Probably if the SNP were against it..

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