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The Tory party 14:21 - May 14 with 1606 viewsLorax

Here we go, apparently people shouldn't work from home because cheese and coffee are too distracting!

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/boris-johnson-says-cheese-and-coffee-can-d

Alcohol and cake in the political workplace re just fine though and stopping alcohol in Westminster is excessively puritanical according to Kwasi Karteng.

Maybe if ALL our politicians had less alcohol they'd do a better job? Maybe they wouldn't fall asleep in Westminster or say and do such blatantly stupid things.
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The Tory party on 14:24 - May 14 with 1104 viewsmax936

Cheese and coffee, what a combination

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The Tory party on 14:35 - May 14 with 1083 viewsLorax

The Tory party on 14:24 - May 14 by max936

Cheese and coffee, what a combination


Yeah, if he'd said custard creams I could agree, custard creams and coffee is very distracting!
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The Tory party on 16:40 - May 14 with 1050 viewsmax936

The Tory party on 14:35 - May 14 by Lorax

Yeah, if he'd said custard creams I could agree, custard creams and coffee is very distracting!


A latte and a Blueberry Muffin is very nice

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The Tory party on 16:48 - May 14 with 1042 viewsLorax

The Tory party on 16:40 - May 14 by max936

A latte and a Blueberry Muffin is very nice


You should never work from home, latte and muffin, you'd never do anything!

I love a good muffin, whatever the flavour!
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The Tory party on 18:12 - May 14 with 1009 viewsonehunglow

The Tory party on 16:48 - May 14 by Lorax

You should never work from home, latte and muffin, you'd never do anything!

I love a good muffin, whatever the flavour!


Custard Creams?
Next ,we ;; have those disgusting Garibaldi biscuits .ffs

We're in the Pain de Chokolat belt anyway

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The Tory party on 20:06 - May 14 with 988 viewsmajorraglan

Tells us a lot about his work ethic!! When I had to work from home during the pandemic, I can honestly say I didn’t stop and worked longer and harder than I ever have.

This fuss about working from home or not as the case may be is mostly brought about the decrease in footfall in our city centres, it’s all to do with people not spending their money on the train, tube and on sandwiches from take aways as opposed to productivity. Of course there will always people who take the p... and good managers should be sorting that out.
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The Tory party on 20:28 - May 14 with 967 viewsLorax

The Tory party on 20:06 - May 14 by majorraglan

Tells us a lot about his work ethic!! When I had to work from home during the pandemic, I can honestly say I didn’t stop and worked longer and harder than I ever have.

This fuss about working from home or not as the case may be is mostly brought about the decrease in footfall in our city centres, it’s all to do with people not spending their money on the train, tube and on sandwiches from take aways as opposed to productivity. Of course there will always people who take the p... and good managers should be sorting that out.


Yes Major, my wife works from home 3 days per week. When she was in the office full time she never managed to get all her work done in the day, there was always something left. Now though she finishes her work with plenty to spare. It's not her not doing enough work, it's the people who pass stuff to her that aren't doing as much and they are all in the office.

My wife even took on some extra responsibilities to fill the void and still gets it all done. She is more productive at home.
The business world is changing and everybody needs to keep up.
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The Tory party on 10:07 - May 15 with 873 viewsmax936

The Tory party on 18:12 - May 14 by onehunglow

Custard Creams?
Next ,we ;; have those disgusting Garibaldi biscuits .ffs

We're in the Pain de Chokolat belt anyway


They sell Custard Creams and Garibaldi biccies in Lidls OHL mun, next you'll be saying that you turn your nose up at a lodgers ointment sarnie

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The Tory party on 12:22 - May 15 with 843 viewsonehunglow

The Tory party on 10:07 - May 15 by max936

They sell Custard Creams and Garibaldi biccies in Lidls OHL mun, next you'll be saying that you turn your nose up at a lodgers ointment sarnie


How did you know we took in lodgers in Cecil St.
It was not long after the war and many men were homeless and injured in some way.
My ma had some and my nan too.

Say nowt S,Don't mention it on t'other sire as my reputation will tumble.

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The Tory party on 13:19 - May 15 with 825 viewsBryanSwan

The Tory party on 20:06 - May 14 by majorraglan

Tells us a lot about his work ethic!! When I had to work from home during the pandemic, I can honestly say I didn’t stop and worked longer and harder than I ever have.

This fuss about working from home or not as the case may be is mostly brought about the decrease in footfall in our city centres, it’s all to do with people not spending their money on the train, tube and on sandwiches from take aways as opposed to productivity. Of course there will always people who take the p... and good managers should be sorting that out.


I dont think the fuss is about the actual shops losing out (although i think ive eaten our more since wfh than i did previously due to saving a bit of money travelling etc), however I'm sure there is a lot of concern from those owning vaste swathes of corporate property which has fallen through the floor in value since wfh came in.
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The Tory party on 16:48 - May 15 with 800 viewsKilkennyjack



Maggie Maggie Thatcher the school milk snatcher.
Pro Europe of course … 🇪🇺

Hang out your brightest colours …

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The Tory party on 19:47 - May 15 with 766 viewsLorax

The Tory party on 16:48 - May 15 by Kilkennyjack



Maggie Maggie Thatcher the school milk snatcher.
Pro Europe of course … 🇪🇺


Pro Europe yes but not pro being all in the Eurozone.

Pro Europe but also strongly pro UK. Like most of us who voted leave.
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The Tory party on 21:55 - May 15 with 723 viewsKilkennyjack

The Tory party on 19:47 - May 15 by Lorax

Pro Europe yes but not pro being all in the Eurozone.

Pro Europe but also strongly pro UK. Like most of us who voted leave.


Most of you were pensioners in 2016.

We will be rejoining soon anyhow …. 🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Thatcher said …. ‘The aim of a Europe open to enterprise is the moving force behind the creation of the Single European Market in 1992. By getting rid of barriers, by making it possible for companies to operate on a European scale, we can best compete with the United States, Japan and other new economic powers emerging in Asia and elsewhere. [end p5]
And that means action to free markets, action to widen choice, action to reduce government intervention’.

Thatcher would never have backed Brexit.


Hang out your brightest colours …

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The Tory party on 22:00 - May 15 with 716 viewsraynor94

Here we go again, judging by what you post on here, you can't be far off a pensioner yourself?

You give it out, you take it back it`s all part of the game

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The Tory party on 22:32 - May 15 with 702 viewsLohengrin

The Tory party on 21:55 - May 15 by Kilkennyjack

Most of you were pensioners in 2016.

We will be rejoining soon anyhow …. 🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Thatcher said …. ‘The aim of a Europe open to enterprise is the moving force behind the creation of the Single European Market in 1992. By getting rid of barriers, by making it possible for companies to operate on a European scale, we can best compete with the United States, Japan and other new economic powers emerging in Asia and elsewhere. [end p5]
And that means action to free markets, action to widen choice, action to reduce government intervention’.

Thatcher would never have backed Brexit.



” action to reduce government intervention.”

Barriers to direct intervention were anathema to the man you often claim is your political hero, Killy…

”… all the conception of a common market does is to elevate the marketplace to the status now enjoyed by the various European parliaments.

Is it the disenfranchisement of the people and the enfranchisement of market forces?

Are we now expected to go back almost a century, reject Socialism, and clasp free trade to our bosom as though it were the one solution of our social evils?”


Aneurin Bevan

An idea isn't responsible for those who believe in it.

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The Tory party on 22:46 - May 15 with 697 viewsPawelAbbott

The Tory party on 13:19 - May 15 by BryanSwan

I dont think the fuss is about the actual shops losing out (although i think ive eaten our more since wfh than i did previously due to saving a bit of money travelling etc), however I'm sure there is a lot of concern from those owning vaste swathes of corporate property which has fallen through the floor in value since wfh came in.


Yup, Tory party in an absolute panic because their donor chums with large London Office portfolios aren't doing so great.
Get the Plebs back to work in the offices. Nothing to do with Work/life balance or productivity. All to do with Property values of the super rich.
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The Tory party on 17:12 - May 16 with 614 viewsLorax

The Tory party on 21:55 - May 15 by Kilkennyjack

Most of you were pensioners in 2016.

We will be rejoining soon anyhow …. 🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Thatcher said …. ‘The aim of a Europe open to enterprise is the moving force behind the creation of the Single European Market in 1992. By getting rid of barriers, by making it possible for companies to operate on a European scale, we can best compete with the United States, Japan and other new economic powers emerging in Asia and elsewhere. [end p5]
And that means action to free markets, action to widen choice, action to reduce government intervention’.

Thatcher would never have backed Brexit.



Thatcher was strongly in favour of the trading bloc but not the road the |Eu is on now. Another Maggie quote for you

“We have not successfully rolled back the frontiers of the state in Britain, only to see them re-imposed at a European level”

She was very much in favour of the single market but not in favour of further political integration.

https://ukandeu.ac.uk/margaret-thatcher-the-critical-architect-of-european-integ
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The Tory party on 16:35 - May 17 with 510 viewsBryanSwan

The Tory party on 22:46 - May 15 by PawelAbbott

Yup, Tory party in an absolute panic because their donor chums with large London Office portfolios aren't doing so great.
Get the Plebs back to work in the offices. Nothing to do with Work/life balance or productivity. All to do with Property values of the super rich.


It's embarrassing how many people fall for their constant stream of lies.
Its not even their chums, im sure there are a large number on the benches that have sizeable investments to protect, amazing how that does not constitute a conflict of interest.
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The Tory party on 17:10 - May 17 with 486 viewsonehunglow

The Tory party on 16:35 - May 17 by BryanSwan

It's embarrassing how many people fall for their constant stream of lies.
Its not even their chums, im sure there are a large number on the benches that have sizeable investments to protect, amazing how that does not constitute a conflict of interest.


Hey Bryan
You must be fully supportive of Liverpool fans then.

Look out for the Fxck the Tories banner


See, no difference between scousers and Jacks.

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The Tory party on 18:07 - May 17 with 461 viewsBryanSwan

The Tory party on 17:10 - May 17 by onehunglow

Hey Bryan
You must be fully supportive of Liverpool fans then.

Look out for the Fxck the Tories banner


See, no difference between scousers and Jacks.


If this means supportive of their decision to boo their national anthem, of course they can do as they please.
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The Tory party on 18:28 - May 17 with 440 viewsonehunglow

The Tory party on 18:07 - May 17 by BryanSwan

If this means supportive of their decision to boo their national anthem, of course they can do as they please.


No No.
The question is ,being a Tory hater,you must support those scousers who are so often held up to be vile filthy thieves.
Nobody has the honesty to really say they agree with them or at least the principles.

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The Tory party on 18:34 - May 17 with 432 viewsFlynnidine_Zidownes

Tory MP arrested on suspicion of rape.
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The Tory party on 18:57 - May 17 with 415 viewsBryanSwan

The Tory party on 18:28 - May 17 by onehunglow

No No.
The question is ,being a Tory hater,you must support those scousers who are so often held up to be vile filthy thieves.
Nobody has the honesty to really say they agree with them or at least the principles.


Firstly, yes i don't not like the conservatives.
Secondly i dont understand why you are insinuating that all Liverpudlians are 'vile filthy thieves'. But ignoring that, yes i would support them depending on what the reason would be.
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The Tory party on 08:40 - May 18 with 341 viewsmajorraglan

The Tory party on 18:34 - May 17 by Flynnidine_Zidownes

Tory MP arrested on suspicion of rape.


He’s now been bailed pending further enquiries.

Funny Pikey and Felix haven’t been on here this morning to mention it.
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The Tory party on 08:53 - May 18 with 338 viewsraynor94

The Tory party on 18:34 - May 17 by Flynnidine_Zidownes

Tory MP arrested on suspicion of rape.


I wonder if it's the same one who was questioned, a couple of years ago.

He's kept a low profile since then

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