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    Baron of Cumnock

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    See Georgie boy must have renewed his season ticket and is getting some practice in for the exciting times ahead at the PBS


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    Quote Originally Posted by jae View Post
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    See Georgie boy must have renewed his season ticket and is getting some practice in for the exciting times ahead at the PBS
    For this sort of allowance who wouldn't drag their body onto the bench for a couple of hours kip before popping out for a free lunch?

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    Has pished himself yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    For this sort of allowance who wouldn't drag their body onto the bench for a couple of hours kip before popping out for a free lunch?


    Salary and benefits:*House of Lords. Members of the*House of Lords*are not salaried. They can opt to receive a £305 per*day*attendance*allowance, plus travel expenses and subsidised restaurant facilities.

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    Nice work if you can get it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jae View Post
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    Nice work if you can get it
    Some snouts go deeper than others
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    For this sort of allowance who wouldn't drag their body onto the bench for a couple of hours kip before popping out for a free lunch?

    Salary and benefits:*House of Lords. Members of the*House of Lords*are not salaried. They can opt to receive a £305 per*day*attendance*allowance, plus travel expenses and subsidised restaurant facilities.

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    You also get subsidised Food and Beverages..I went years ago and it's actually quite good. Its quite common for our lordships to check in to get the allowance and then go to their members clubs 🙄 They really are "members" if you pardon the pun..😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    Some snouts go deeper than others
    Absolute bloody disgrace, and makes my blood boil they have a say in how the country is run!!!

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    Lord Pishy Breaks...wistfully dreaming about Queen Ann. He drifted off into a stupor.🤡

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe6-2 View Post
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    Absolute bloody disgrace, and makes my blood boil they have a say in how the country is run!!!
    To be fair, he did introduce Vlad to Hearts and vouched for his credibility and what a good owner he'd be

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    George Foulkes was a great friend to us at the time of Mercer's attempted takeover. So was another Jambo, Alex Salmond & Hibs politicians such as Martin O Neill, Jim Sillars & Gavin Strang. I can forgive GF a lot after his efforts on our behalf.

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    To be fair, he did introduce Vlad to Hearts and vouched for his credibility and what a good owner he'd be

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    Quote Originally Posted by jae View Post
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    Nice work if you can get it
    One is reminded of the 'work' he did for the hertz support a few years ago, to highlight the disgraceful way they were treated away at Celtc, and the failure of the police to protect these simple fans. His intention was to travel undercover on one of the buses, and was quick to inform the press of his 'secret' mission. The bus was given a motorcycle escort as soon as it reached glesgie, and Lord George was invited into the directors box (if memory serves).

    Oddly enough, I don't remember any follow ups by way of a detailed report on his trip... but then again his Lordship isn't the type of chap to bite the hand that wines and dines him.

    Freeloader living on my, and your, tax contributions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brog View Post
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    George Foulkes was a great friend to us at the time of Mercer's attempted takeover. So was another Jambo, Alex Salmond & Hibs politicians such as Martin O Neill, Jim Sillars & Gavin Strang. I can forgive GF a lot after his efforts on our behalf.

    Sorry, it doesn't excuse the system of government we have.... and the freeloaders who take full advantage of it.

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    Foulkes représents Britain and the British State very well in m'y opinion.
    And thats why i cant wait to vote Yes in indyref2.

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    Represents everything unionists voted no for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IGRIGI View Post
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    Represents everything unionists voted no for.
    Classic Tartan Trollery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IGRIGI View Post
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    Represents everything unionists voted no for.
    A bloated Scottish hearts fan??

    How could they be so parochial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IGRIGI View Post
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    Represents everything unionists voted no for.
    That's as sensible as saying everyone that voted Yes did so because Salmond is a jambo.

    Can you keep your politics on the Holy Ground please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    A bloated Scottish hearts fan??

    How could they be so parochial.

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    I think he meant a bloated, privileged twit taking full advantage of our medieval system of unelected government.


    Though I could be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IGRIGI View Post
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    Represents everything unionists voted no for.
    Amusing, although that is a vile creature, yuk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    To be fair, he did introduce Vlad to Hearts and vouched for his credibility and what a good owner he'd be

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    Steve Cardownie introduced Vlad to Hearts.

    George did do the due diligence though, claimed his contacts at the House of Lords had said the Russian money launderer was a business man with a "clean bill of health". I reckon that says more about the HoL than Vlad tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Is It On.... View Post
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    You also get subsidised Food and Beverages..I went years ago and it's actually quite good. Its quite common for our lordships to check in to get the allowance and then go to their members clubs 🙄 They really are "members" if you pardon the pun..😂
    Are you Lord Leith of Lochend?

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