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2 West Stand lower seats for Sheffield Utd
by taylorsmade at 04:20 18 Jan 2019

£10 each. Good seats.
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Huddersfield
by andrew at 21:00 17 Jan 2019

Banned the school child who had a playground altercation with that refugee for life.
But I bet they don’t do criminal checks on the rest of their fans though.
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NSR- DIY SOS Tonight
by jackharris at 20:10 17 Jan 2019

Heartbreaking to watch... a football fan was attacked by 14 cowardly hooligans at Southend and he was left with terrible and completely life changing injuries.
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Breaking news! Player isn’t gay!
by Highjack at 19:36 17 Jan 2019

Once again the Beeb have the finger on the pulse of what is really important in this country with a well researched article using top investigative journalism techniques to reveal the shock news that loftus cheek isn’t gay.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/46906775
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Duke of Edinburgh
by longlostjack at 18:41 17 Jan 2019

I suppose the police followed procedure in an RTA and immediately breathalyzed him.
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Pizza Hut vs Leeds United
by Tummer_from_Texas at 18:17 17 Jan 2019

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Season Tickets
by builthjack at 17:17 17 Jan 2019

Will there be a big rush at 11pm on 31st January, or a massive boycott?
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FAO Phil & The Mods
by Darran at 15:26 17 Jan 2019

Time for Trampie to go. 👋🏻
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Birthday announcements
by builthjack at 14:26 17 Jan 2019

The tight f@@kers are now charging £5 for every matchday birthday announcement.
They are getting further and further away from the fans.
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Four Nation Lock
by trampie at 13:03 17 Jan 2019

Nicola speaks:-

A second referendum and the UK only leaves if all four nations vote leave.
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The real opposition
by trampie at 11:49 17 Jan 2019

The SNP, Plaid Cymru, Lib-Dems and Greens are the real opposition to the Government in Parliament, Labour are inept and pathetic and more often than not on the Tories side.
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Wylfa
by Jonathans_coat at 11:18 17 Jan 2019

I see Wylfa power plant has been put on “indefinate hold”. Gone the way of the lagoon, and put the entire north wales development deal in jeopardy. Are we really surprised?

Irony is that the gov delayed the announcement that they were pulling thier investment for the lagoon so that they could “bury it” with the Wylfa good news story. Where’s the good news now? Another manifesto pledge gone?



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WELSH LABOUR AGAIN
by blaenaugwentjack at 09:52 17 Jan 2019

Welsh labour have voted against a autism bill for Wales along with kirsty williams, while England has had it,s own autism bill for ten years.
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Any signs of the Trust actually
by swancity at 09:17 17 Jan 2019

making progress in terms of the legal action

They seem to be quieter than ever if that’s possible
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Disgraceful coverage
by trampie at 08:47 17 Jan 2019

Seen the best part of an hours coverage between Sky and the Beeb the other night after the Brexit vote in the HoC only to see Labour and Conservative politicians, who both have the same stance, Conservatives saying this is the best deal, Labour saying we would do the same as the Conservatives but hope to get a better deal if in power, no coverage when I watched of the opposite view which is the view of the SNP, Plaid, Lib-Dems and Greens which is we should have a peoples vote [as we now know what we are voting for].

A mate of mine seen far more coverage and seen Mays speech after the vote etc and he said that the Beeb showed Mays speech then Corbyns speech but when the SNP leader got up to speak they cut away from him straight away ,now he would have been giving a total and opposite view point to Labour and the Conservatives, the biasness to the right wing establishment by the Beeb is shocking, they have been caught out being pro business over trade unions, pro Israel over the Palestinians, pro union over Scottish independence etc and they just carry on.


In general TV companies, newspapers etc are tools of the right wing.
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Liz tells Corbyn what he should do
by trampie at 08:30 17 Jan 2019



The real leader of the opposition Liz tells the joking leader of the opposition what he should do.
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May asks for help
by trampie at 08:22 17 Jan 2019



May requests an individual meeting with Liz to listen to what Liz has to say on Brexit.
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Earthquakes
by Cooperman at 02:27 17 Jan 2019

I was out of the country when Wales experienced its earth tremor of last February. It’s therefore impossible for me to make a comparison.

Fast forward to Monday afternoon and Tokyo region was hit with a quake measuring in excess of 5 on Richter Scale and level 4 by the Japanese standard. I visit Japan half a dozen times a year so I’m familiar with mild tremors as the region is hit on at least a weekly basis, a frequency that has increased since the 2011 disaster. The locals literally don’t bat an eyelid at these mild tremors however Monday was a little more serious - forces sufficiently strong enough to rattle blinds, shuffle coat hangers on coat racks, make pens roll across table tops. The locals were certainly startled by it. To be frank it rattled me as well and I’ve certainly not felt anything like it before - 30 seconds of swaying and erratic movement not helped by the fact that I was on the top floor of our office block. Not something I’d wish to go through again in a hurry.

Has anyone experienced similar? Any subject matter experts out there on PS?
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Soton v Derby VAR decision
by BrynCartwright at 20:56 16 Jan 2019

Goal disallowed for Derby against Southampton in the first half via VAR because of obvious off side. However, nearly all the pundits decry it as a travesty of a decision,and absolutely panning VAR. Anyone else see it? I thought it was clear cut, or am I half cut?
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Angry Villa fan.
by Darran at 20:46 16 Jan 2019

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