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  • TimP
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    Re: The power of technology

    Originally posted by Jim Ford View Post
    Don't forget Fromage's E.U. pension!

    Jim

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  • Jim Ford
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    Originally posted by TimP View Post
    Still, they will be the ones walking away with a phenomenal pension at our expense.
    Don't forget Fromage's E.U. pension!

    Jim

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  • TimP
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    Originally posted by Otto View Post
    A 37.1% turnout says a lot about what people think of UK politics at the moment. Can anyone in all seriousness vote for either of the two major parties?

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  • Jim Ford
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    Originally posted by Otto View Post
    A 37.1% turnout says a lot about what people think of UK politics at the moment. Can anyone in all seriousness vote for either of the two major parties?
    It has been said that to not vote is to side with the winners!

    Jim

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  • Otto
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    A 37.1% turnout says a lot about what people think of UK politics at the moment. Can anyone in all seriousness vote for either of the two major parties?

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  • Jim Ford
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    Originally posted by Beagletorque View Post
    A pro remain campaigning MP just elected in a Welsh 2016 pro Brexit voting constituency....
    What does that say about 'the Will of the People' in that constituency?

    Jim

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  • Beagletorque
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    A pro remain campaigning MP just elected in a Welsh 2016 pro Brexit voting constituency....

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  • raichea
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    Originally posted by wornish View Post
    Will it be investigated ? - Think not more likely to just be ignored.
    Probably not, but it will no doubt be referenced by some with pro-Brexit leanings.

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  • RobEW
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    Kent House ought to be prosecuted for deliberately ad fraudulently subverting a UK Government democratic instrument.

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  • wornish
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    Originally posted by raichea View Post
    This is a claim, of course, not verified. It may be true, and their description is plausible, but it is still just a claim at the moment. With their stated support for Brexit, they have a vested interest in discrediting the petition, so they have the motivation to make a claim of this sort.
    Will it be investigated ? - Think not more likely to just be ignored.

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  • raichea
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    Originally posted by wornish View Post
    https://www.kent.house/uk-petition-a...acked-by-bots/

    Imagine if someone with money wanted to rig a petition.
    This is a claim, of course, not verified. It may be true, and their description is plausible, but it is still just a claim at the moment. With their stated support for Brexit, they have a vested interest in discrediting the petition, so they have the motivation to make a claim of this sort.

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  • Beagletorque
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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-pol...ve-over-brexit

    A couple of others?

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  • MJ224
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    Originally posted by wornish View Post

    https://www.kent.house/uk-petition-a...acked-by-bots/


    Imagine if someone with money wanted to rig a petition.
    Straight to Jail for 10 years for hacking

    Another 10 years for telling everyone how to do it.

    AND another 10 years for that supercilious grin...…….

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  • Beagletorque
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    And, just for the sake of full transparency, we do believe as an agency that Brexit will be a huge driver of progress for UK business, economy, politics and society. So we would hate to see fraudulent poll results being generated and then used to make false claims of legitimacy for opposition to Brexit.

    Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

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  • wornish
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    https://www.kent.house/uk-petition-a...acked-by-bots/

    Imagine if someone with money wanted to rig a petition.

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