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    #29 Solution to your problem, take two paracetamol with your Horlicks and have a lie down in a quiet room.
    I know you will be overjoyed by the news that the Labour Party have won an overwhelming victory in the Chester bye election.
    Have a nice day.

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    Chester by election result will make painful reading for the CONservative party old boy brigade.

    Labour more than tripled its lead over the Conservatives from 11.3 per cent to 38.8 per cent after expanding its share of the vote from 49.6 per cent to 61.2 per cent, marking its best ever performance in Chester.

    The Conservatives saw their share of the vote plummet from 38.3 per cent to 22.4 per cent in a blow for Rishi Sunak, while the Liberal Democrats placed third on 8.4 per cent, an increase of 1.6 per cent.

    To do that especially seeing as the Labour sitting MP Chris Matheson had to step down because of serious sexual misconduct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by louis the fly View Post
    #29 solution to your problem, take two paracetamol with your horlicks and have a lie down in a quiet room.
    I know you will be overjoyed by the news that the labour party have won an overwhelming victory in the chester bye election.
    Have a nice day.
    im afraid your recipe for relaxing.....is not what i would try if i needed relaxation.... Horlicks which you prefer i believe makes folk sleep .....i would suggest you have been half asleep through your life.....constantlty w ittering on about others while paddling round in circles which of course time after time sees you ending up in your own orifice .......may i suggest you splash out on a good bottle of single malt and dream what might of been ......if it wasnt for old school ties .....union donkeys . . Corbyn type thoughts and of course hampered by your name ......louis the fly .....you may have enjoyed your own time on earth and worried less about others who enjoy there lives and successes .....bon chance freeborn cappy r683532

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    Oh dear Cappy have you got out of the wrong side of the bed this morning.
    Now what would you call a Good Bottle of Malt? Let's see what your favourite tipple is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by james curry View Post
    oh dear cappy have you got out of the wrong side of the bed this morning.
    Now what would you call a good bottle of malt? Let's see what your favourite tipple is?
    woops up you jump like judy ....lets see what yoiur favourite country is perhaps ....or as louis suggests say something about ships....instead of appearing behind another mask... R683532

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    He already did that Cappy behind another mask . But one can not hide their handwriting through their voice. So may repeat by mistake . JS
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    Cappy forgotten more about ships than you ever knew. Why did you end up with Cappy, surely it should have been King Edward.
    MAN 0278 You really are very rude at times.
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    #36. Just think of the Secret Life of Walter Mitty Cappy, played by Danny Kaye another part Irishman . You must have seen that movie as a kid . Cheers JS
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    Yes I agree, but which part of him was Irish??

    Govs are like babies diapers, they need regular changes so a Labor gov at the next erection will be no Suprise.
    But no matter who wins the problems will not change, illegals, inflation, in trouble, nothing new there.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

    Life is too short to blend in.

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