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Well here's onenif his stupid tweets.  Don't know if it's the one in question.

So, "struggling" is a consequence of "this time of year" rather than the deliberate actions of you and your accomplices.

You total arse.  You deserve to be fed to dogs.

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2 hours ago, peterms said:

Well here's onenif his stupid tweets.  Don't know if it's the one in question.

So, "struggling" is a consequence of "this time of year" rather than the deliberate actions of you and your accomplices.

You total arse.  You deserve to be fed to dogs.

The tweet that got her blocked was in response to that one:

Seems like he says that shit every Christmas. 

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14 hours ago, peterms said:

This is vicious, vindictive, wholly disproportionate, and unjust.

 

I hope this isn't true. You can almost sense the callous enjoyment of the author as you read it. 

"We think you're a lazy scum bag, so we're taking your fag and booze money away. If you don't like it, speak to your scummy family or mates, because we couldn't give two shits."

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19 hours ago, HanoiVillan said:

Touchy. 

I'm surprised tbh She was a mate of mine back in Uni days, she was always a bit of a closet Tory. Good on her! She must have had a damascene moment

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November has been hailed as a "historic month" for renewable energy after over 100% of Scotland's electricity demands were met by wind power for the first time.

Wind production last month broke previous records by generating enough to power nearly six million homes.

The total amount of energy produced was around 109% of the National Grid demand for the month, beating October's total of 97%, and WWF Scotland say the figures are "truly momentous".

Gina Hanrahan, Head of Policy at the wildlife charity said: "Wind power breaking through the magic 100% threshold is truly momentous. For months output has flirted around the 97% mark, so it's fantastic to reach this milestone.

"It's also worth noting that 20 out of 30 days wind production outstripped demand.

"Most of this is onshore wind, which we know is popular, cheap and effective. But the UK Government needs to allow it to compete with other technologies, by unlocking market access for onshore wind if it's to realise its full potential."

STV

We wouldn't want to stop those Fracking profits would we? Obviously that Chinese nuclear power station right in the middle of the country is an absolute must too.

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47 minutes ago, Xann said:

STV

We wouldn't want to stop those Fracking profits would we? Obviously that Chinese nuclear power station right in the middle of the country is an absolute must too.

They could significantly increase that by putting Wee Jimmy Crankie in front of a few wind turbines

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If (hypothetically, obviously) the Tories decided to call off Brexit, and Labour opposed it, I would vote Tory. 

There, I said it. 

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May back at Downing St (Wasn't she meant to be going to Ireland?) Chief Whip enters Number 10 a few minutes before her

More Tory MPs saying they've "sent letters" - Owen Patterson.

Apparently, Brady, once he has 48 letters has to check with each member that they still stand

(Just a roundup, the three statements aren't necessarily connected)

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