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Discussion in 'Swansea City' started by swantastic, Nov 24, 2019.
Threw a ball ?
Stir crazy ?
What a ..... rotter!
Khan will be re-elected .....
I wouldn't be suprised in our bent system !
I read somewhere he’s got a 20 points lead in the polls
Msm and many of his mates on his side it's prob a sure thing for him regardless what the majority want as in most things these crazy days !
Yes i believe he will unless there's massive turn around , the Tories are faltering and not presenting a good case as to why Bailey should become mayor , Khan is arrogant and appeals to the minority groups who incidentally have become the majority Good luck London , its only going to get worse
Labour has played to the Woke London crowd but in so doing has become isolated from (and irrelevant to) their heartlands outside of London.
C'mon Selby !
Deserved to win it all
He deserved it obviously, you don't win at snooker by being lucky. I just find him incredibly tedious! He's so slow playing and just boring in general. How the hell he got the name "jester" is unfathomable.
The same as Steve ‘Interesting’ Davis?
To be fair, that nickname was given to him by spitting image, not by himself!
Bill gates getting divorce from his Mrs. Probably biggest divorce settlement in history on the cards ?
Two former paratroopers accused of the murder of an Official IRA man in 1972 have been formally acquitted after their trial collapsed.
Joe McCann, 24, was shot in disputed circumstances in Joy Street in the Markets area of Belfast in April 1972.
The court heard he was evading arrest when soldiers opened fire, killing him.
Soldiers A and C, both in their 70s, had pleaded not guilty. The men admitted firing shots but said they had acted lawfully when doing so.
Both soldiers were interviewed by a police legacy unit, the Historical Enquiries Team (HET), in 2010 and it was this evidence that formed a substantial part of the prosecution's case.
The judge ruled this evidence as inadmissible and the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) on Tuesday confirmed it would not appeal against that decision, meaning the case could not proceed.
You live by the sword then you die by the sword, On 22 May 1971, the first British soldier to die at the hands of the Official IRA, Robert Bankier of the Royal Green Jackets was killed by a unit led by McCann. McCann's unit opened fire on a passing British mobile patrol near Cromac Square, hitting the patrol from both sides. He was the fourth British soldier to die on active service & the seventh overall since the conflict began. McCann wasn't missed, literally.