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    The truth is out there somewhere.

    I'd pay money to watch Rowley take on Baillie. and Kez is squawking like a young "free" bird, now the shackles are off.

    https://t.co/fqciByj3Qy

    https://t.co/n5ZNmZOd1Q
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo7 View Post
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    The truth is out there somewhere.

    I'd pay money to watch Rowley take on Baillie. and Kez is squawking like a young "free" bird, now the shackles are off.

    https://t.co/fqciByj3Qy

    https://t.co/n5ZNmZOd1Q

    This stuff is mostly true. It isn't the reason she resigned though.

    Rowley is more of a threat to himself than anyone else is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Day Soon View Post
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    This stuff is mostly true. It isn't the reason she resigned though.


    The leaking of the manifesto before the official launch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo7 View Post
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    The truth is out there somewhere.

    I'd pay money to watch Rowley take on Baillie. and Kez is squawking like a young "free" bird, now the shackles are off.

    https://t.co/fqciByj3Qy

    https://t.co/n5ZNmZOd1Q
    It would be only be remarkable if the Corbynites had not been looking ahead to Dugdale going so they could get their own man in place. It's what politicians do. That doesn't mean she was pushed out though.
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    http://www.scotsman.com/news/opinion...ness-1-4572044

    Shambolic stuff from Scottish Labour as usual. Welcome back to the branch office indeed.

    Hopefully this will undermine any perceived Corbyn bounce north of the border. The prospect of Labour in government with truly repugnant individuals like McDonell in key positions is unthinkable. All the glad-handing self congratulatory guff at their conference was an instant turn-off and it would be delightful to see them fall flat on their faces.

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    http://www.scotsman.com/news/opinion...ness-1-4572044

    Shambolic stuff from Scottish Labour as usual. Welcome back to the branch office indeed.

    Happens in all parties, they're just usually all a lot more sensible in not washing their linen in public.

    Hopefully this will undermine any perceived Corbyn bounce north of the border. The prospect of Labour in government with truly repugnant individuals like McDonell in key positions is unthinkable. All the glad-handing self congratulatory guff at their conference was an instant turn-off and it would be delightful to see them fall flat on their faces.
    Labour aren't going to be in government for a very long time - and certainly not under Corbyn. Don't think I've ever witnessed a w4nkathon quite like this week's one from any other party. As to their leading figures, shallow and sinister doesn't even begin to cover it.

    They'll do well enough to knacker the Nats up here and poorly enough to let the post-May Tories in again with a majority. Then of course it will all be somebody else's fault: the MSM, the centrists, Tony Blair, the MPs, anyone other than them.


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    Good grief there's a lot of bitterness in the last two or three posts (enough to ruin any party) and it's almost as if some people are protesting too much.

    Unfortunately, the devil for you guys is in the detail (policies) and they will shine through. All the accusations of chaos and backstabbing will be an afterthought as a united Labour Party emerges...something we should all be looking forward to (unless you're rich, a **** or someone who cares more about flags than people).

    Positivity and social justice will prevail

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    'Coment'. Looks like he employs the same press team as Ann Budge.

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    Labour aren't going to be in government for a very long time - and certainly not under Corbyn. Don't think I've ever witnessed a w4nkathon quite like this week's one from any other party. As to their leading figures, shallow and sinister doesn't even begin to cover it.
    I'd happily vote SNP to keep these bampots out and that's saying something.

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    Leonard was never had any part in Dugdale's resignation. She went for personal reasons. Rowley does not have the support or the power to take her out. As for the future I hope Leonard wins and it adds additional power to Corbyn. Change is coming and coming fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by marinello59 View Post
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    It would be only be remarkable if the Corbynites had not been looking ahead to Dugdale going so they could get their own man in place. It's what politicians do. That doesn't mean she was pushed out though.
    I suppose she now knows what John Collins went through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    Good grief there's a lot of bitterness in the last two or three posts (enough to ruin any party) and it's almost as if some people are protesting too much.

    Unfortunately, the devil for you guys is in the detail (policies) and they will shine through. All the accusations of chaos and backstabbing will be an afterthought as a united Labour Party emerges...something we should all be looking forward to (unless you're rich, a **** or someone who cares more about flags than people).

    Positivity and social justice will prevail
    Each to their own mate.

    On the subject of flags, I'm not sure this guy was singing from the same hymn sheet at the party conference this week, something about a red flag

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo7 View Post
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    Each to their own mate.

    On the subject of flags, I'm not sure this guy was singing from the same hymn sheet at the party conference this week, something about a red flag

    nashmurray.jpg
    My eyes!!

    To be honest, if I had a tasty wee portfolio like Ian does, I'd be wanting to change the subject too. 😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    My eyes!!

    To be honest, if I had a tasty wee portfolio like Ian does, I'd be wanting to change the subject too. 😆

    Portfolio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Day Soon View Post
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    Portfolio?
    Sorry, I meant property portfolio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    Sorry, I meant property portfolio.
    What property portfolio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Day Soon View Post
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    What property portfolio?
    His houses Edinburgh and London that generate rental income.

    Does that not constitute a property portfolio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    His houses Edinburgh and London that generate rental income.

    Does that not constitute a property portfolio?
    Does he rent out properties he owns in Edinburgh and London?

    Genuinely didn't know that.

    Do you know which areas and what the rough income is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    His houses Edinburgh and London that generate rental income.

    Does that not constitute a property portfolio?

    You're saying that he owns a house in Edinburgh and in London, that he doesn't live in either of them and that he rents them out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibbes Aye View Post
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    Does he rent out properties he owns in Edinburgh and London?

    Genuinely didn't know that.

    Do you know which areas and what the rough income is?
    That's how I'm reading this, point number six.

    https://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/24872/ian_murray/edinburgh_south

    Correct me if I'm wrong...i might be, I'm in bed dying of flu :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    That's how I'm reading this, point number six.

    https://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/24...dinburgh_south

    Correct me if I'm wrong...i might be, I'm in bed dying of flu :-(

    Think you'll find that those are the homes he owns and uses in Edinburgh and London when he is working in the constituency in the case of the former and working in Westminster in the case of the latter. Almost certainly half shares because I'm guessing they will be co-owned by his partner/wife. So, no, I wouldn't call that a property portfolio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Day Soon View Post
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    Think you'll find that those are the homes he owns and uses in Edinburgh and London when he is working in the constituency in the case of the former and working in Westminster in the case of the latter. Almost certainly half shares because I'm guessing they will be co-owned by his partner/wife. So, no, I wouldn't call that a property portfolio.
    That's what I initially thought.

    However, I'm not sure they'd give him and his partner over 20k a year in rental income if that were the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    That's what I initially thought.

    However, I'm not sure they'd give him and his partner over 20k a year in rental income if that were the case.
    Think your flu has got the better of you

    It says worth over 100k and/or rental income of 10k. It's the "and/or" that has done you....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    Think your flu has got the better of you

    It says worth over 100k and/or rental income of 10k. It's the "and/or" that has done you....

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    Turns out it was just man flu so I'm okay now. Apparently 😕

    That's not how I read this:

    6. Land and property portfolio: (i) value over 100,000 and/or (ii) giving rental income of over 10,000 a year

    Half share in a house in Edinburgh: (i) and (ii). (Registered 29 June 2011)
    From May 2017, half share in a flat in London: (i) and (ii). (Registered 20 June 2017)


    It looks like both his (their) properties fall into the "and" categories as they have both one and two candles. Unless it's an admin error, it looks like wee porky is feathering his own nest rather nicely...talking Clovenstone while acting Babertonish.

    Like I said originally, no wonder he wants to talk about Brexit while others are talking about the housing crisis and rent controls.

    😂

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    Okay, updated med report.
    Pete's got man flu and CWG has a spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    Okay, updated med report.
    Pete's got man flu and CWG has a spot.


    The annoying thing about posting on my phone is that I canny delete stupid posts, like the one i was about to make there......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    Turns out it was just man flu so I'm okay now. Apparently 😕

    That's not how I read this:

    6. Land and property portfolio: (i) value over 100,000 and/or (ii) giving rental income of over 10,000 a year

    Half share in a house in Edinburgh: (i) and (ii). (Registered 29 June 2011)
    From May 2017, half share in a flat in London: (i) and (ii). (Registered 20 June 2017)


    It looks like both his (their) properties fall into the "and" categories as they have both one and two candles. Unless it's an admin error, it looks like wee porky is feathering his own nest rather nicely...talking Clovenstone while acting Babertonish.

    Like I said originally, no wonder he wants to talk about Brexit while others are talking about the housing crisis and rent controls.

    😂

    Perhaps you are right. But what do you mean by feathering his own nest? If we assume for a moment that the edinburgh property was either his or his partner's before they became an item, what do you think they should have done with it? Are they not allowed to keep it and rent it out?

    And why don't you want him discussing Brexit? Do you think its just a ploy to do down the divine Jeremy? A proportion of people are talking about housing and rent controls, a very much larger number of people are talking about the number one threat facing our country - Brexit.

    Seems to me not talking about Brexit is the dereliction of duty. Now who is it that's trying to face every way on that one?

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    Perhaps you are right. But what do you mean by feathering his own nest? If we assume for a moment that the edinburgh property was either his or his partner's before they became an item, what do you think they should have done with it? Are they not allowed to keep it and rent it out?

    And why don't you want him discussing Brexit? Do you think its just a ploy to do down the divine Jeremy? A proportion of people are talking about housing and rent controls, a very much larger number of people are talking about the number one threat facing our country - Brexit.

    Seems to me not talking about Brexit is the dereliction of duty. Now who is it that's trying to face every way on that one?
    Spot on. If Corbyn hadn't been so feeble on the issue he could have actually helped to stop Brexit.

    As for Ian Murray renting out a property, so bl**dy what? It's hardly an issue to compare with the swathes of multi million pound properties owned by foreign investors that sit empty in London. Better to rent to somebody who's looking for convenient accommodation than just leave the place empty surely.

    The guy might be a yam but he does a decent job as a local MP.

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