Three parties may join to run Southend

Echo: Change – Labour group leader Ian Gilbert Change – Labour group leader Ian Gilbert

SOUTHEND could see three parties team up to run the council.

The most likely future is an arrangement between the Independents, Labour and the Liberal Democrats, the Echo understands.

Conservatives lost their 14- year grip on power after losing seven seats at the local election.

Ukip gained five councillors and the Independent group increased its councillors by three, while Labour won four extra seats.

The Tories remain the biggest party, with 19 councillors, but are seven short of a majority.

To continue running the council, the group would need to formacoalition with, or gain the support of, some of the Independent group’s 12 councillors or Labour’s nine.

But Conservative leader John Lamb ruled out working with Ukip and some Independent members, severely limiting future possibilities He said: “There are options that need to be looked at.

“We could do it with Labour, they’ve got enough that could make it happen.

“I could work with some Independents, but there are some I couldn’t work with.

“I am open to discussions and I’m available on the phone to anyone who wants to talk to me.”

Labour leader Ian Gilbert said: “We have had no real negotiations yet.

“I wouldn’t rule anything out, but if you look at the results, it’s clear the electorate does seem to have voted for change in Southend.

“It wasn’t a vote for business as usual, so it would be difficult to see us supporting the Conservatives for that reason – leaving aside our natural opposition to them.”

Mr Gilbert also said he would not want to work with Ukip, meaning an alliance between Independents, Labour and Lib Dems could be the only viable option.

Lib Dem leader Graham Longley added: “It’s difficult and discussions are still going on with different people, but I’m not sure what John Lamb can offer that would stand up.”

Independent group spokesman Martin Terry said: “As far as we’re concerned, nothing is decided and nothing is ruled out.”

Former Independent group spokesman Brian Ayling added: “In Southend, we will now see a truly independent group of councillors prepared to work with any good councillors who can leave politics out of the equation.”

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4:13pm Tue 27 May 14

Democrat says...

Now let me see ......... The election was Thursday. Today is Tuesday.......... and they still haven't even spoken to each other about forming an administration? Doesn't matter what party or whether they are independent or not, our local Councillors are displaying the usual lethargy and lack of effort.
Now let me see ......... The election was Thursday. Today is Tuesday.......... and they still haven't even spoken to each other about forming an administration? Doesn't matter what party or whether they are independent or not, our local Councillors are displaying the usual lethargy and lack of effort. Democrat
  • Score: 14

4:19pm Tue 27 May 14

Nowthatsworthknowing says...

Id be in little hurry to speak with UKIP, having given so much to this ungrateful town,
Id be in little hurry to speak with UKIP, having given so much to this ungrateful town, Nowthatsworthknowing
  • Score: 1

4:26pm Tue 27 May 14

Nebs says...

How about everyone working together for the benefit of the town, rather than forming political alliances that kowtow to various parties in Westminster.
How about everyone working together for the benefit of the town, rather than forming political alliances that kowtow to various parties in Westminster. Nebs
  • Score: 17

4:26pm Tue 27 May 14

GrumpyofLeigh says...

How about shelving party affiliations and just act collectively in the best interests of the borough and its residents?
How about shelving party affiliations and just act collectively in the best interests of the borough and its residents? GrumpyofLeigh
  • Score: 21

4:26pm Tue 27 May 14

pembury53 says...

Nowthatsworthknowing wrote:
Id be in little hurry to speak with UKIP, having given so much to this ungrateful town,
indeed, time to acknowledge their place, with cap in hand, to the new kids on the block.....
[quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: Id be in little hurry to speak with UKIP, having given so much to this ungrateful town,[/p][/quote]indeed, time to acknowledge their place, with cap in hand, to the new kids on the block..... pembury53
  • Score: 0

4:31pm Tue 27 May 14

LinfordsLunchbox says...

"hello, i'd like to order steak & chips please", "sorry, i dont want to mess around with a steak, how about 15 sausages, some chicken nuggets & chips? no? well tough"
"hello, i'd like to order steak & chips please", "sorry, i dont want to mess around with a steak, how about 15 sausages, some chicken nuggets & chips? no? well tough" LinfordsLunchbox
  • Score: -1

4:32pm Tue 27 May 14

runwellian says...

Wouldn't trust any of them!
Wouldn't trust any of them! runwellian
  • Score: 4

4:52pm Tue 27 May 14

John Right says...

For all of you here, who planted the Ukip seed, enjoy your suffering, for it's stability that wins, not right wing greed.
Let us sit back, and enjoy the show, as buffoons called UKIP do a moon light flip.
For all of you here, who planted the Ukip seed, enjoy your suffering, for it's stability that wins, not right wing greed. Let us sit back, and enjoy the show, as buffoons called UKIP do a moon light flip. John Right
  • Score: -13

5:24pm Tue 27 May 14

profondo asbo says...

John Right wrote:
For all of you here, who planted the Ukip seed, enjoy your suffering, for it's stability that wins, not right wing greed.
Let us sit back, and enjoy the show, as buffoons called UKIP do a moon light flip.
stability as in ssdd
[quote][p][bold]John Right[/bold] wrote: For all of you here, who planted the Ukip seed, enjoy your suffering, for it's stability that wins, not right wing greed. Let us sit back, and enjoy the show, as buffoons called UKIP do a moon light flip.[/p][/quote]stability as in ssdd profondo asbo
  • Score: -1

5:40pm Tue 27 May 14

profondo asbo says...

Nowthatsworthknowing wrote:
Id be in little hurry to speak with UKIP, having given so much to this ungrateful town,
english is the preferred language on these threads
[quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: Id be in little hurry to speak with UKIP, having given so much to this ungrateful town,[/p][/quote]english is the preferred language on these threads profondo asbo
  • Score: 10

5:48pm Tue 27 May 14

John Right says...

Proud to vote UKIP, are you ? the latest from the BBC;
A UKIP councillor has been suspended by his party over claims he made racist and homophobic comments on Facebook.

Dave Small, who was elected to Redditch Borough Council's Church Hill ward on Friday, now faces a disciplinary hearing.

It is alleged Mr Small called African migrants "scroungers" and Clare Balding and Sir Elton John "perverts" because of their sexualities.

The Facebook page has now been taken down and Mr Small has not commented.

Speaking on the BBC's Sunday Politics show, UKIP MEP James Carver said he had brought the issue up with the party.

He said there would be a "fair and thorough" investigation.

UKIP said the suspension had been made with immediate effect, but made no other comment, other than to confirm Mr Small was now facing a disciplinary hearing.

Redditch Borough Council said that as the alleged comments were believed to have been made before he became a councillor, it was not seen as a matter for the authority.
Proud to vote UKIP, are you ? the latest from the BBC; A UKIP councillor has been suspended by his party over claims he made racist and homophobic comments on Facebook. Dave Small, who was elected to Redditch Borough Council's Church Hill ward on Friday, now faces a disciplinary hearing. It is alleged Mr Small called African migrants "scroungers" and Clare Balding and Sir Elton John "perverts" because of their sexualities. The Facebook page has now been taken down and Mr Small has not commented. Speaking on the BBC's Sunday Politics show, UKIP MEP James Carver said he had brought the issue up with the party. He said there would be a "fair and thorough" investigation. UKIP said the suspension had been made with immediate effect, but made no other comment, other than to confirm Mr Small was now facing a disciplinary hearing. Redditch Borough Council said that as the alleged comments were believed to have been made before he became a councillor, it was not seen as a matter for the authority. John Right
  • Score: -1

6:42pm Tue 27 May 14

LinfordsLunchbox says...

John Right wrote:
Proud to vote UKIP, are you ? the latest from the BBC;
A UKIP councillor has been suspended by his party over claims he made racist and homophobic comments on Facebook.

Dave Small, who was elected to Redditch Borough Council's Church Hill ward on Friday, now faces a disciplinary hearing.

It is alleged Mr Small called African migrants "scroungers" and Clare Balding and Sir Elton John "perverts" because of their sexualities.

The Facebook page has now been taken down and Mr Small has not commented.

Speaking on the BBC's Sunday Politics show, UKIP MEP James Carver said he had brought the issue up with the party.

He said there would be a "fair and thorough" investigation.

UKIP said the suspension had been made with immediate effect, but made no other comment, other than to confirm Mr Small was now facing a disciplinary hearing.

Redditch Borough Council said that as the alleged comments were believed to have been made before he became a councillor, it was not seen as a matter for the authority.
Yawn, UKIP done well, give your bitter comments a rest you boring old mug
[quote][p][bold]John Right[/bold] wrote: Proud to vote UKIP, are you ? the latest from the BBC; A UKIP councillor has been suspended by his party over claims he made racist and homophobic comments on Facebook. Dave Small, who was elected to Redditch Borough Council's Church Hill ward on Friday, now faces a disciplinary hearing. It is alleged Mr Small called African migrants "scroungers" and Clare Balding and Sir Elton John "perverts" because of their sexualities. The Facebook page has now been taken down and Mr Small has not commented. Speaking on the BBC's Sunday Politics show, UKIP MEP James Carver said he had brought the issue up with the party. He said there would be a "fair and thorough" investigation. UKIP said the suspension had been made with immediate effect, but made no other comment, other than to confirm Mr Small was now facing a disciplinary hearing. Redditch Borough Council said that as the alleged comments were believed to have been made before he became a councillor, it was not seen as a matter for the authority.[/p][/quote]Yawn, UKIP done well, give your bitter comments a rest you boring old mug LinfordsLunchbox
  • Score: 7

7:25pm Tue 27 May 14

GrumpyofLeigh says...

Am I the only one who thinks that the terms "racist" and "sexist" are used a little too liberally? (usually to surpress debate when considered appropriate). Something like "castrate all P*k*s" or "string up Y*ds from telegraph poles" I would agree are racist and unacceptable but.....are we all getting a bit sensitive here?
Coming back to Southend's new coalition (get used to it locally and nationally assuming the Jocks say "No" - its the new norm) perhaps we should take a leaf out of the Catholics' book - shut 'em all in a room with no sustenance, lock it and not let 'em out until they have come to an agreement.
Am I the only one who thinks that the terms "racist" and "sexist" are used a little too liberally? (usually to surpress debate when considered appropriate). Something like "castrate all P*k*s" or "string up Y*ds from telegraph poles" I would agree are racist and unacceptable but.....are we all getting a bit sensitive here? Coming back to Southend's new coalition (get used to it locally and nationally assuming the Jocks say "No" - its the new norm) perhaps we should take a leaf out of the Catholics' book - shut 'em all in a room with no sustenance, lock it and not let 'em out until they have come to an agreement. GrumpyofLeigh
  • Score: 1

7:28pm Tue 27 May 14

Danshrimp says...

LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
John Right wrote:
Proud to vote UKIP, are you ? the latest from the BBC;
A UKIP councillor has been suspended by his party over claims he made racist and homophobic comments on Facebook.

Dave Small, who was elected to Redditch Borough Council's Church Hill ward on Friday, now faces a disciplinary hearing.

It is alleged Mr Small called African migrants "scroungers" and Clare Balding and Sir Elton John "perverts" because of their sexualities.

The Facebook page has now been taken down and Mr Small has not commented.

Speaking on the BBC's Sunday Politics show, UKIP MEP James Carver said he had brought the issue up with the party.

He said there would be a "fair and thorough" investigation.

UKIP said the suspension had been made with immediate effect, but made no other comment, other than to confirm Mr Small was now facing a disciplinary hearing.

Redditch Borough Council said that as the alleged comments were believed to have been made before he became a councillor, it was not seen as a matter for the authority.
Yawn, UKIP done well, give your bitter comments a rest you boring old mug
Please read his comments:

https://twitter.com/
danshrimpsufc/status
/470523677147414528/
photo/1

This man was selected to represent UKIP and was even voted in, yet he can barely string together a sentence not to mention his disgusting attitude. I'm embarrassed to be from a country where this man is voted in to power, and it just shows the ignorance and hatred shown by UKIP, the majority of their policies and their supporters (I know it is just one 'bad apple' but there are far too many bad apples in UKIP).
[quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John Right[/bold] wrote: Proud to vote UKIP, are you ? the latest from the BBC; A UKIP councillor has been suspended by his party over claims he made racist and homophobic comments on Facebook. Dave Small, who was elected to Redditch Borough Council's Church Hill ward on Friday, now faces a disciplinary hearing. It is alleged Mr Small called African migrants "scroungers" and Clare Balding and Sir Elton John "perverts" because of their sexualities. The Facebook page has now been taken down and Mr Small has not commented. Speaking on the BBC's Sunday Politics show, UKIP MEP James Carver said he had brought the issue up with the party. He said there would be a "fair and thorough" investigation. UKIP said the suspension had been made with immediate effect, but made no other comment, other than to confirm Mr Small was now facing a disciplinary hearing. Redditch Borough Council said that as the alleged comments were believed to have been made before he became a councillor, it was not seen as a matter for the authority.[/p][/quote]Yawn, UKIP done well, give your bitter comments a rest you boring old mug[/p][/quote]Please read his comments: https://twitter.com/ danshrimpsufc/status /470523677147414528/ photo/1 This man was selected to represent UKIP and was even voted in, yet he can barely string together a sentence not to mention his disgusting attitude. I'm embarrassed to be from a country where this man is voted in to power, and it just shows the ignorance and hatred shown by UKIP, the majority of their policies and their supporters (I know it is just one 'bad apple' but there are far too many bad apples in UKIP). Danshrimp
  • Score: -8

7:29pm Tue 27 May 14

Danshrimp says...

A better link:

http://i.imgur.com/A
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A better link: http://i.imgur.com/A qGQfqv.png Danshrimp
  • Score: -5

7:49pm Tue 27 May 14

LinfordsLunchbox says...

UKIP's policy is clear, points-based control instead of no control. I honestly couldn't care less what a few UKIP candidates have said, it's not their policy and it's no more than any of the other parties, but gets more attention. Atleast UKIP sacks them as soon as they find out, which can't be said about any of the others. More lib dems were arrested than UKIP candidates sacked, but strangely no mention of that, and no saying that reflects on all lib dems.
UKIP's policy is clear, points-based control instead of no control. I honestly couldn't care less what a few UKIP candidates have said, it's not their policy and it's no more than any of the other parties, but gets more attention. Atleast UKIP sacks them as soon as they find out, which can't be said about any of the others. More lib dems were arrested than UKIP candidates sacked, but strangely no mention of that, and no saying that reflects on all lib dems. LinfordsLunchbox
  • Score: 8

7:53pm Tue 27 May 14

jolllyboy says...

A proper leader should be able to work with everyone, take everyone's opibnion on board and not exclude certain parties just like schoolchildren saying you cant play with me and my pals. You are meant to be having a cross section of the residents choice.
Grow up and work for the best of the town and not your westminster leaser's policies.
A proper leader should be able to work with everyone, take everyone's opibnion on board and not exclude certain parties just like schoolchildren saying you cant play with me and my pals. You are meant to be having a cross section of the residents choice. Grow up and work for the best of the town and not your westminster leaser's policies. jolllyboy
  • Score: 9

8:42pm Tue 27 May 14

Danshrimp says...

LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
UKIP's policy is clear, points-based control instead of no control. I honestly couldn't care less what a few UKIP candidates have said, it's not their policy and it's no more than any of the other parties, but gets more attention. Atleast UKIP sacks them as soon as they find out, which can't be said about any of the others. More lib dems were arrested than UKIP candidates sacked, but strangely no mention of that, and no saying that reflects on all lib dems.
No they don't, Dave Small made those comments almost a year ago and UKIP are still only 'investigating it'. There is still a high concentration of racists, sexists and homophobes in UKIP no matter how you try and hide it.
[quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: UKIP's policy is clear, points-based control instead of no control. I honestly couldn't care less what a few UKIP candidates have said, it's not their policy and it's no more than any of the other parties, but gets more attention. Atleast UKIP sacks them as soon as they find out, which can't be said about any of the others. More lib dems were arrested than UKIP candidates sacked, but strangely no mention of that, and no saying that reflects on all lib dems.[/p][/quote]No they don't, Dave Small made those comments almost a year ago and UKIP are still only 'investigating it'. There is still a high concentration of racists, sexists and homophobes in UKIP no matter how you try and hide it. Danshrimp
  • Score: -4

9:02pm Tue 27 May 14

LinfordsLunchbox says...

Danshrimp wrote:
LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
UKIP's policy is clear, points-based control instead of no control. I honestly couldn't care less what a few UKIP candidates have said, it's not their policy and it's no more than any of the other parties, but gets more attention. Atleast UKIP sacks them as soon as they find out, which can't be said about any of the others. More lib dems were arrested than UKIP candidates sacked, but strangely no mention of that, and no saying that reflects on all lib dems.
No they don't, Dave Small made those comments almost a year ago and UKIP are still only 'investigating it'. There is still a high concentration of racists, sexists and homophobes in UKIP no matter how you try and hide it.
Like i said, in proportion, its no more than any other party. I voted UKIP, and will continue to do so
[quote][p][bold]Danshrimp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: UKIP's policy is clear, points-based control instead of no control. I honestly couldn't care less what a few UKIP candidates have said, it's not their policy and it's no more than any of the other parties, but gets more attention. Atleast UKIP sacks them as soon as they find out, which can't be said about any of the others. More lib dems were arrested than UKIP candidates sacked, but strangely no mention of that, and no saying that reflects on all lib dems.[/p][/quote]No they don't, Dave Small made those comments almost a year ago and UKIP are still only 'investigating it'. There is still a high concentration of racists, sexists and homophobes in UKIP no matter how you try and hide it.[/p][/quote]Like i said, in proportion, its no more than any other party. I voted UKIP, and will continue to do so LinfordsLunchbox
  • Score: 6

9:43pm Tue 27 May 14

profondo asbo says...

is ian gilbert a compulsive gambler...he's always pictured outside a betting shop?
is ian gilbert a compulsive gambler...he's always pictured outside a betting shop? profondo asbo
  • Score: 2

10:58pm Tue 27 May 14

Fab man says...

The idea of labour, lib dems & so-called independents (failed labour candidates) running the council is horrifying. Worse than the tories. Lets face it wherever Labour are in control those places soon turn to or are run-down slums. Southend is truly screwed now so expect council tax to go up and services to get even worse.
The idea of labour, lib dems & so-called independents (failed labour candidates) running the council is horrifying. Worse than the tories. Lets face it wherever Labour are in control those places soon turn to or are run-down slums. Southend is truly screwed now so expect council tax to go up and services to get even worse. Fab man
  • Score: 0

12:04am Wed 28 May 14

ThisYear says...

LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
Danshrimp wrote:
LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
UKIP's policy is clear, points-based control instead of no control. I honestly couldn't care less what a few UKIP candidates have said, it's not their policy and it's no more than any of the other parties, but gets more attention. Atleast UKIP sacks them as soon as they find out, which can't be said about any of the others. More lib dems were arrested than UKIP candidates sacked, but strangely no mention of that, and no saying that reflects on all lib dems.
No they don't, Dave Small made those comments almost a year ago and UKIP are still only 'investigating it'. There is still a high concentration of racists, sexists and homophobes in UKIP no matter how you try and hide it.
Like i said, in proportion, its no more than any other party. I voted UKIP, and will continue to do so
"I voted UKIP, and will continue to do so"

Probably until a more extreme party raises its head.
[quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Danshrimp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: UKIP's policy is clear, points-based control instead of no control. I honestly couldn't care less what a few UKIP candidates have said, it's not their policy and it's no more than any of the other parties, but gets more attention. Atleast UKIP sacks them as soon as they find out, which can't be said about any of the others. More lib dems were arrested than UKIP candidates sacked, but strangely no mention of that, and no saying that reflects on all lib dems.[/p][/quote]No they don't, Dave Small made those comments almost a year ago and UKIP are still only 'investigating it'. There is still a high concentration of racists, sexists and homophobes in UKIP no matter how you try and hide it.[/p][/quote]Like i said, in proportion, its no more than any other party. I voted UKIP, and will continue to do so[/p][/quote]"I voted UKIP, and will continue to do so" Probably until a more extreme party raises its head. ThisYear
  • Score: -4

12:09am Wed 28 May 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
Nowthatsworthknowing wrote:
Id be in little hurry to speak with UKIP, having given so much to this ungrateful town,
english is the preferred language on these threads
Also in written form...want to have a pitch at it?
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: Id be in little hurry to speak with UKIP, having given so much to this ungrateful town,[/p][/quote]english is the preferred language on these threads[/p][/quote]Also in written form...want to have a pitch at it? ThisYear
  • Score: -2

7:49am Wed 28 May 14

Happy Chickie says...

profondo asbo wrote:
Nowthatsworthknowing wrote:
Id be in little hurry to speak with UKIP, having given so much to this ungrateful town,
english is the preferred language on these threads
Not to mention grammar eh?

Sentences start with capital letter and sentences end with full stops.

Happy to help.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: Id be in little hurry to speak with UKIP, having given so much to this ungrateful town,[/p][/quote]english is the preferred language on these threads[/p][/quote]Not to mention grammar eh? Sentences start with capital letter and sentences end with full stops. Happy to help. Happy Chickie
  • Score: -2

12:29pm Wed 28 May 14

jayman says...

Lets face it. labour could enter into a coalition with the 'justice for dyslexic dinosaurs' and the 'peoples, united kingdom, solidarity liberation front' parties, and pledge and do absolutely nothing. They would still be better representatives and do a better job than the Tories and UKIP combined.
Lets face it. labour could enter into a coalition with the 'justice for dyslexic dinosaurs' and the 'peoples, united kingdom, solidarity liberation front' parties, and pledge and do absolutely nothing. They would still be better representatives and do a better job than the Tories and UKIP combined. jayman
  • Score: -4

1:25pm Wed 28 May 14

profondo asbo says...

the state of democracy in this country is that you can't even debate the issues without a thread being closed down by the thought police. political correctness is the scourge of our society and will only stoke the bull market in extremism
the state of democracy in this country is that you can't even debate the issues without a thread being closed down by the thought police. political correctness is the scourge of our society and will only stoke the bull market in extremism profondo asbo
  • Score: 0

7:16pm Wed 28 May 14

CarnMountification says...

profondo asbo wrote:
the state of democracy in this country is that you can't even debate the issues without a thread being closed down by the thought police. political correctness is the scourge of our society and will only stoke the bull market in extremism
Computer slow ? you write your trite shyte here, and see what democracy means, in this hate filled party...
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: the state of democracy in this country is that you can't even debate the issues without a thread being closed down by the thought police. political correctness is the scourge of our society and will only stoke the bull market in extremism[/p][/quote]Computer slow ? you write your trite shyte here, and see what democracy means, in this hate filled party... CarnMountification
  • Score: 0

9:37pm Wed 28 May 14

profondo asbo says...

CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
the state of democracy in this country is that you can't even debate the issues without a thread being closed down by the thought police. political correctness is the scourge of our society and will only stoke the bull market in extremism
Computer slow ? you write your trite shyte here, and see what democracy means, in this hate filled party...
when you're done with your prosaic nonsense can you come and muck out the pigs?
[quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: the state of democracy in this country is that you can't even debate the issues without a thread being closed down by the thought police. political correctness is the scourge of our society and will only stoke the bull market in extremism[/p][/quote]Computer slow ? you write your trite shyte here, and see what democracy means, in this hate filled party...[/p][/quote]when you're done with your prosaic nonsense can you come and muck out the pigs? profondo asbo
  • Score: -1

12:51pm Thu 29 May 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
the state of democracy in this country is that you can't even debate the issues without a thread being closed down by the thought police. political correctness is the scourge of our society and will only stoke the bull market in extremism
Computer slow ? you write your trite shyte here, and see what democracy means, in this hate filled party...
when you're done with your prosaic nonsense can you come and muck out the pigs?
Cant the tory office get a cleaner?
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: the state of democracy in this country is that you can't even debate the issues without a thread being closed down by the thought police. political correctness is the scourge of our society and will only stoke the bull market in extremism[/p][/quote]Computer slow ? you write your trite shyte here, and see what democracy means, in this hate filled party...[/p][/quote]when you're done with your prosaic nonsense can you come and muck out the pigs?[/p][/quote]Cant the tory office get a cleaner? ThisYear
  • Score: 0

6:59pm Thu 29 May 14

BinDipper says...

profondo asbo wrote:
is ian gilbert a compulsive gambler...he's always pictured outside a betting shop?
nope that's because if he stands in Southend high street he has a 50% chance of being in front of a betting shop
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: is ian gilbert a compulsive gambler...he's always pictured outside a betting shop?[/p][/quote]nope that's because if he stands in Southend high street he has a 50% chance of being in front of a betting shop BinDipper
  • Score: 1

1:50pm Fri 30 May 14

paulthehair says...

BinDipper wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
is ian gilbert a compulsive gambler...he's always pictured outside a betting shop?
nope that's because if he stands in Southend high street he has a 50% chance of being in front of a betting shop
Well done the only true comment of the day.

I am new to this form of contact and have come to the conclusion that there are many comments posted from people who need urgent help from places such as Runwell Hospital I hope you all get help soon.!
[quote][p][bold]BinDipper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: is ian gilbert a compulsive gambler...he's always pictured outside a betting shop?[/p][/quote]nope that's because if he stands in Southend high street he has a 50% chance of being in front of a betting shop[/p][/quote]Well done the only true comment of the day. I am new to this form of contact and have come to the conclusion that there are many comments posted from people who need urgent help from places such as Runwell Hospital I hope you all get help soon.! paulthehair
  • Score: 0

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