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Harriet Baldwin has asked the ICO if the Johnson campaign’s alleged use of mailing lists is legal

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  • Sunil_PrasannanSunil_Prasannan Posts: 31,741
    edited July 2
    First like the USA Ladies?
  • IanB2IanB2 Posts: 21,011
    Second like Boris. Here’s hoping
  • DecrepitJohnLDecrepitJohnL Posts: 13,060
    edited July 2
    Oh dear. Any PB lawyers on call for team Bozo Back Boris?
  • TheScreamingEaglesTheScreamingEagles Posts: 77,484
    Boris is a disgrace.
  • TheScreamingEaglesTheScreamingEagles Posts: 77,484
    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.
  • eekeek Posts: 5,927

    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.

    Says a man off to Blackpool...
  • tlg86tlg86 Posts: 11,788
    I don't watch much women's soccer, but that Rose Lavelle is very talented.
  • Sunil_PrasannanSunil_Prasannan Posts: 31,741
    £171m a week (net!) is still a lot of money we could be spending on our NHS!
  • AndyJSAndyJS Posts: 28,649
    Is ToryHome supporting Hunt? Their front page has a big graphic saying "Public back Hunt as best PM over Boris by 41% to 29%"

    https://www.conservativehome.com
  • mattmatt Posts: 3,093
    eek said:

    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.

    Says a man off to Blackpool...
    I think you’ll find that’s sophisticated food in Blackpool. It involves fruit....
  • tlg86tlg86 Posts: 11,788
    AndyJS said:

    Is ToryHome supporting Hunt? Their front page has a big graphic saying "Public back Hunt as best PM over Boris by 41% to 29%"

    https://www.conservativehome.com

    That advert was on Guido the other day.
  • MaxPBMaxPB Posts: 16,843
    I'm voting for Jez. Boris is a nincompoop.
  • TomsToms Posts: 1,789
    "untruthful"?
    Whadja expect from that quarter?
    And still people fall for it. There must be a certain charm there, but it repulses me. Do about 51.89 percent disagree with me?
  • BarnesianBarnesian Posts: 4,664

    First like the USA Ladies?

    I know nothing about football but I follow the rule - bet against England. I got onto the USA at evens, just after England's goal and have just cashed in at 1.26.
  • Sunil_PrasannanSunil_Prasannan Posts: 31,741
    Toms said:

    "untruthful"?
    Whadja expect from that quarter?
    And still people fall for it. There must be a certain charm there, but it repulses me. Do about 51.89 percent disagree with me?

    £171m a week (net!) is still a lot of money we could be spending on our NHS!
  • rcs1000rcs1000 Posts: 27,052
    This US women's team is really good.
  • TheScreamingEaglesTheScreamingEagles Posts: 77,484
    AndyJS said:

    Is ToryHome supporting Hunt? Their front page has a big graphic saying "Public back Hunt as best PM over Boris by 41% to 29%"

    https://www.conservativehome.com

    That's an advert by Team Hunt.
  • TheScreamingEaglesTheScreamingEagles Posts: 77,484
    MaxPB said:

    I'm voting for Jez. Boris is a nincompoop.

    Careful, you'll get called a diehard remainer who should bugger off to the Lib Dems.
  • TomsToms Posts: 1,789
    rcs1000 said:

    This US women's team is really good.

    I read somewhere recently that one of their players said that they have the world's best and second best teams. Pride goeth ...?
  • Sunil_PrasannanSunil_Prasannan Posts: 31,741
    edited July 2

    First like the USA Ladies?

    Um, 2-2 :)


    Belay that - VAR says offside :(
  • ralphmalphralphmalph Posts: 1,836
    rcs1000 said:

    This US women's team is really good.

    This England team are not bad.
  • rcs1000rcs1000 Posts: 27,052
    I'm beginning to think that Boris's real plan is this: put Mrs May's deal up again, using the threat of No Deal to persuade a few Labour-ites to vote for it.

    It might even work.
  • AndyJSAndyJS Posts: 28,649
    edited July 2
    I think that might have been offside, unfortunately for England.
  • tlg86tlg86 Posts: 11,788
    VAR sucks.
  • mattmatt Posts: 3,093
    Toms said:

    rcs1000 said:

    This US women's team is really good.

    I read somewhere recently that one of their players said that they have the world's best and second best teams. Pride goeth ...?
    There have been 7 womens’ WCs. The US has won 3 and been runner up once. I think they were in the semis in the other 3. It’s a sort of reasonable statement.
  • ydoethurydoethur Posts: 21,732

    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.

    Didn't you do that when India won the fourth test?
  • AndyJSAndyJS Posts: 28,649

    rcs1000 said:

    This US women's team is really good.

    This England team are not bad.
    They're probably the second-best team in the tournament, but a long way behind the USA.
  • Sunil_PrasannanSunil_Prasannan Posts: 31,741
    ydoethur said:

    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.

    Didn't you do that when India won the fourth test?
    Sultanas in curries are infinitely worse than pineapple on pizza.
  • TheValiantTheValiant Posts: 593
    AndyJS said:

    rcs1000 said:

    This US women's team is really good.

    This England team are not bad.
    They're probably the second-best team in the tournament, but a long way behind the USA.
    Whoever wins this (probably USA) will win the tournament.
  • ydoethurydoethur Posts: 21,732

    ydoethur said:

    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.

    Didn't you do that when India won the fourth test?
    Sultanas in curries are infinitely worse than pineapple on pizza.
    What about pineapple in curry and sultanas on pizza?
  • IanB2IanB2 Posts: 21,011

    ydoethur said:

    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.

    Didn't you do that when India won the fourth test?
    Sultanas in curries are infinitely worse than pineapple on pizza.
    Peshwari Nan.
  • GallowgateGallowgate Posts: 5,148
    IanB2 said:

    ydoethur said:

    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.

    Didn't you do that when India won the fourth test?
    Sultanas in curries are infinitely worse than pineapple on pizza.
    Peshwari Nan.
    Grim.
  • TheScreamingEaglesTheScreamingEagles Posts: 77,484
    ydoethur said:

    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.

    Didn't you do that when India won the fourth test?
    It was a little bit of pineapple on a very small slice of a seafood pizza.

    Smaller than a 10p coin was that pineapple.
  • IanB2IanB2 Posts: 21,011
    edited July 2
    Battle-shy on Brexit, the Labour leader no longer looks like the hero who had Glastonbury calling his name in 2017

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/jul/02/jeremy-corbyn-liability-brexit-labour-party

    ”It is hard to present Corbyn as a man for the future, and May’s departure will date him even more. He will be a stale continuity figure from the time of stasis, irradiated through years of loitering ineffectually amid the referendum’s toxic fallout. His aura of specialness has dissipated, revealing the man in all his flawed mediocrity. ”
  • ydoethurydoethur Posts: 21,732

    ydoethur said:

    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.

    Didn't you do that when India won the fourth test?
    It was a little bit of pineapple on a very small slice of a seafood pizza.

    Smaller than a 10p coin was that pineapple.
    So there is just a small chance Boris might sort out Brexit, according to you?

    I think it's not good enough. How about, 'there's more chance of me voting for Mark Reckless as most honest man in politics?'
  • TomsToms Posts: 1,789
    This talk of pineapple has suggested to me to try soon a pineapple and peanut butter sandwich (with maybe some strong cheddar cheese too).
  • ydoethurydoethur Posts: 21,732
    Toms said:

    This talk of pineapple has suggested to me to try soon a pineapple and peanut butter sandwich (with maybe some strong cheddar cheese too).

    Ugh.

    People have been banned for less.
  • TheScreamingEaglesTheScreamingEagles Posts: 77,484
    ydoethur said:

    ydoethur said:

    So a man like this is going to sort out the Brexit impasse?

    More chance of me eating a pineapple laden pizza.

    Didn't you do that when India won the fourth test?
    It was a little bit of pineapple on a very small slice of a seafood pizza.

    Smaller than a 10p coin was that pineapple.
    So there is just a small chance Boris might sort out Brexit, according to you?

    I think it's not good enough. How about, 'there's more chance of me voting for Mark Reckless as most honest man in politics?'
    That works.
  • AndyJSAndyJS Posts: 28,649
    Bit unfair on the USA tbh.
  • TheValiantTheValiant Posts: 593
    tlg86 said:

    VAR sucks.

    Yeah, complete rubb.... oh hang on. Best in the world!
  • TheScreamingEaglesTheScreamingEagles Posts: 77,484
    What a piss weak penalty.
  • AndreaParma_82AndreaParma_82 Posts: 4,103
    edited July 2
    Nominations for EU Parliament president:

    Ska Keller (Greens, Germany)
    Sira Abed Rego (GUE, Spain)
    David Maria Sassoli (S&D, Italy)
    Jan Zahradil (ECR, Czech Republic)


    Elections to be held tomorrow

    After 3 ballots, only top 2 will go to 4th ballot

  • TheValiantTheValiant Posts: 593
    Oh well, we missed. Rubbish.
  • RochdalePioneersRochdalePioneers Posts: 3,697

    What a piss weak penalty.

    It's an *England* penalty
  • tlg86tlg86 Posts: 11,788

    tlg86 said:

    VAR sucks.

    Yeah, complete rubb.... oh hang on. Best in the world!
    That took far too long. This business of the on-field ref running to the side of the pitch to watch the replay needs to stop. If we're going to use TV replays, let the person in a suitably lit room make the decision.
  • DecrepitJohnLDecrepitJohnL Posts: 13,060
    rcs1000 said:

    I'm beginning to think that Boris's real plan is this: put Mrs May's deal up again, using the threat of No Deal to persuade a few Labour-ites to vote for it.

    It might even work.

    That may well happen. We've already today seen Lisa Nandy wondering if the May WA really is all that bad compared with no deal. Whether Boris has a plan is a different kettle of chips.
  • TheValiantTheValiant Posts: 593
    AndyJS said:

    Bit unfair on the USA tbh.

    Agreed. It wasn't a penalty. But we missed anyway.
  • TomsToms Posts: 1,789
    edited July 2
    ydoethur said:

    Toms said:

    This talk of pineapple has suggested to me to try soon a pineapple and peanut butter sandwich (with maybe some strong cheddar cheese too).

    Ugh.

    People have been banned for less.
    Oh, and maybe some Marmite too.
    It's healthier than a fried Mars Bar.
  • tlg86tlg86 Posts: 11,788

    What a piss weak penalty.

    It's an *England* penalty
    Southgate-esque
  • RochdalePioneersRochdalePioneers Posts: 3,697
    tlg86 said:

    What a piss weak penalty.

    It's an *England* penalty
    Southgate-esque
    A thoroughly enjoyable game though regardless of the inevitable defeat
  • rcs1000rcs1000 Posts: 27,052
    That second yellow was a bit harsh :-(
  • TheScreamingEaglesTheScreamingEagles Posts: 77,484
    The ref nearly did a Graham Poll there.
  • TheValiantTheValiant Posts: 593

    tlg86 said:

    What a piss weak penalty.

    It's an *England* penalty
    Southgate-esque
    A thoroughly enjoyable game though regardless of the inevitable defeat
    Yes. England (womens) have played better and had a much better tournament than last years poor effort by the men (which was hidden by the poor opposition we met on the way to the Semi finals).
  • rcs1000rcs1000 Posts: 27,052
    AndyJS said:

    rcs1000 said:

    This US women's team is really good.

    This England team are not bad.
    They're probably the second-best team in the tournament, but a long way behind the USA.
    The US team is so physically strong: they win pretty much every challenge.
  • RochdalePioneersRochdalePioneers Posts: 3,697
    Question. If the Americans can coach American women to play football this well, why can't they do the same for the men? Seems odd that the women's team is this strong when the men's team is that weak
  • rcs1000rcs1000 Posts: 27,052
    edited July 2

    Question. If the Americans can coach American women to play football this well, why can't they do the same for the men? Seems odd that the women's team is this strong when the men's team is that weak

    Major League Soccer in the US is finally taking off, and I think that will really help with the development of local talent.

    Edit to add: the wage caps are crazy low in MLS. Almost half the LAFC team earns less than $100,000 a year.
  • Stark_DawningStark_Dawning Posts: 4,855

    Question. If the Americans can coach American women to play football this well, why can't they do the same for the men? Seems odd that the women's team is this strong when the men's team is that weak

    Women’s football is a big thing in the US apparently. I suspect the men regard it as a bit sissy.
  • Sunil_PrasannanSunil_Prasannan Posts: 31,741

    First like the USA Ladies?

    You heard it here first :(
  • tlg86tlg86 Posts: 11,788

    Question. If the Americans can coach American women to play football this well, why can't they do the same for the men? Seems odd that the women's team is this strong when the men's team is that weak

    Two factors:

    1. There is stiff competition for male athletes - NFL, Basketball, Baseball, Ice Hockey - that aren't there/nearly as strong for female athletes.

    2. Women's soccer is not nearly as prevalent in the rest of the world as the men's game, though it is growing.

    Also, I'd say the USA men's team have had their moments. I was at school so only saw highlights, but I think they were very unfortunate not to beat the Germans in the 2002 World Cup Quarter Final. They could have made the final that year. And I think they did okay in the 2010 and 2014 tournaments.
  • anothernickanothernick Posts: 3,284
    rcs1000 said:

    I'm beginning to think that Boris's real plan is this: put Mrs May's deal up again, using the threat of No Deal to persuade a few Labour-ites to vote for it.

    It might even work.

    Ever since May's deal was agreed back in November we've been told it was on the point of passing with Labour votes. Back then we were regularly told there were up to 70 Labour MPs who might back it. But these stories have been shown time and again to be wishful thinking. It's very hard to see Labour MPs being more willing to support the deal under Boris than they were under May. Boris is anathema to Labour, their hatred and contempt for him is boundless, far more so than with May. Any Labour MP who dug him out of the hole into which he has put himself would be signing their political death warrant.
  • DadgeDadge Posts: 1,880

    Nominations for EU Parliament president:

    Ska Keller (Greens, Germany)
    Sira Abed Rego (GUE, Spain)
    David Maria Sassoli (S&D, Italy)
    Jan Zahradil (ECR, Czech Republic)


    Elections to be held tomorrow

    After 3 ballots, only top 2 will go to 4th ballot

    I'd expect Ska to get this, if Leyen hadn't just got the top job. Having two Germans in key positions sends out the wrong message, perhaps.
  • AndyJSAndyJS Posts: 28,649
    edited July 2
    Surprised that England had 53% possession. I would have guessed 55% USA.

    https://www.theguardian.com/football/live/2019/jul/02/england-v-usa-womens-world-cup-2019-semi-final-live
  • AndreaParma_82AndreaParma_82 Posts: 4,103
    edited July 2
    Dadge said:

    Nominations for EU Parliament president:

    Ska Keller (Greens, Germany)
    Sira Abed Rego (GUE, Spain)
    David Maria Sassoli (S&D, Italy)
    Jan Zahradil (ECR, Czech Republic)


    Elections to be held tomorrow

    After 3 ballots, only top 2 will go to 4th ballot

    I'd expect Ska to get this, if Leyen hadn't just got the top job. Having two Germans in key positions sends out the wrong message, perhaps.
    Should be Sassoli....but all bets are off.
    The package indicated an Eastern European Socialist (likely Stanishev from Bulgaria) to get the EU Parliament presidency.
    S&D are pissed tonight. So they ignore the whole thing and stick with Sassoli.

    If Keller gets it, there won't be the problem of the 2 Germans holding key positions because Socialists will vote down Leyen.
  • DecrepitJohnLDecrepitJohnL Posts: 13,060
    edited July 2

    Question. If the Americans can coach American women to play football this well, why can't they do the same for the men? Seems odd that the women's team is this strong when the men's team is that weak

    English coaches for team USA.
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48814700

    ETA of course, in the men's game, this sort of thing is common too.
  • Sunil_PrasannanSunil_Prasannan Posts: 31,741

    Question. If the Americans can coach American women to play football this well, why can't they do the same for the men? Seems odd that the women's team is this strong when the men's team is that weak

    Women’s football is a big thing in the US apparently. I suspect the men regard it as a bit sissy.
    Nothing is more sissy than playing variant Rugby in full armour...
  • viewcodeviewcode Posts: 10,337
    edited July 2
    I have spent years - no, decades - ignoring football, knowing just enough to bluff thru a conversation at work with some key phrases ("If only Alex Ferguson was still around"). Now I have to work on ignoring women's football as well ("I don't care what you say, she does look like a female Captain America"). Godsdammit, life is hard... :(
  • FoxyFoxy Posts: 11,143
    tlg86 said:

    Question. If the Americans can coach American women to play football this well, why can't they do the same for the men? Seems odd that the women's team is this strong when the men's team is that weak

    Two factors:

    1. There is stiff competition for male athletes - NFL, Basketball, Baseball, Ice Hockey - that aren't there/nearly as strong for female athletes.

    2. Women's soccer is not nearly as prevalent in the rest of the world as the men's game, though it is growing.

    Also, I'd say the USA men's team have had their moments. I was at school so only saw highlights, but I think they were very unfortunate not to beat the Germans in the 2002 World Cup Quarter Final. They could have made the final that year. And I think they did okay in the 2010 and 2014 tournaments.
    USA mens team knocked us out in the group stage of our first World Cup.
  • PulpstarPulpstar Posts: 55,155

    Question. If the Americans can coach American women to play football this well, why can't they do the same for the men? Seems odd that the women's team is this strong when the men's team is that weak

    Because they play FOOTBALL in America ;)
  • AndyJSAndyJS Posts: 28,649
    viewcode said:

    I have spent years - no, decades - ignoring football, knowing just enough to bluff thru a conversation at work with some key phrases ("If only Alex Ferguson was still around"). Now I have to work on ignoring women's football as well ("I don't care what you say, she does look like a female Captain America"). Godsdammit, life is hard... :(

    I strongly dislike men's club football, not sure why. I only like internationals.
  • williamglennwilliamglenn Posts: 31,133
    Scott_P said:
    But will Tory MPs vote for Boris's Labour Brexit? ;)
  • PulpstarPulpstar Posts: 55,155
    edited July 2
    rcs1000 said:

    That second yellow was a bit harsh :-(

    The rabbit in my profile, her name is Millie and she used to live in Killamarsh too !

    That sort of challenge wasn't a yellow back in the 90s iirc.
    Scott_P said:
    Lisa Nandy, thick as absolubte pigshit.
  • kjohnwkjohnw Posts: 1,456

    Boris is a disgrace.

    Politician campaigns for votes , shock , horror ! Bears shit in the woods! When I was campaigning to be a Tory councillor we had lists of past voters and phone numbers and regularly made calls to get out the vote. I don’t see how this is any different This is data previously given to the Tory party willingly. Sounds more like sour grapes from Hunts team to me
  • Casino_RoyaleCasino_Royale Posts: 30,560
    So, we went out on penalties?

    No change there then. That’s equality.
  • GIN1138GIN1138 Posts: 16,511
    I suppose this will go absolutely nowhere as usual?
  • SandyRentoolSandyRentool Posts: 9,322
    How many presidents does the EU have?

    Anyway, Ska for this rude boy.

  • Casino_RoyaleCasino_Royale Posts: 30,560
    How many are lesbians?

    My sister played for a full women’s team once and she was one of only two straight players.
  • nico67nico67 Posts: 3,181
    More faux concern by Bozo .

    Whenever a politician mentions hardworking families you know it’s time to reach for the sick bag !

  • _Anazina__Anazina_ Posts: 1,810

    So, we went out on penalties?

    No change there then. That’s equality.

    You don’t know anything about football, do you?
  • _Anazina__Anazina_ Posts: 1,810

    How many are lesbians?

    My sister played for a full women’s team once and she was one of only two straight players.

    You don’t know much about women, either.
  • Casino_RoyaleCasino_Royale Posts: 30,560
    _Anazina_ said:

    So, we went out on penalties?

    No change there then. That’s equality.

    You don’t know anything about football, do you?
    Nope. I do know you’re one of the worst posters on this site though.

    It’s a low bar toss up between you and NigelforRemain.
  • justin124justin124 Posts: 8,706
    IanB2 said:

    Battle-shy on Brexit, the Labour leader no longer looks like the hero who had Glastonbury calling his name in 2017

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/jul/02/jeremy-corbyn-liability-brexit-labour-party

    ”It is hard to present Corbyn as a man for the future, and May’s departure will date him even more. He will be a stale continuity figure from the time of stasis, irradiated through years of loitering ineffectually amid the referendum’s toxic fallout. His aura of specialness has dissipated, revealing the man in all his flawed mediocrity. ”

    Rafael Behr makes an error in his article by stating that Corbyn has now been Labour Leader longer than Callaghan. Not so - Callaghan held the position from early April 1976 - mid-November 1980 - ie over 4 years and 7 months.
  • steve_garnersteve_garner Posts: 1,014
    nico67 said:

    More faux concern by Bozo .

    Whenever a politician mentions hardworking families you know it’s time to reach for the sick bag !

    Gordon Brown patented that line.
  • Casino_RoyaleCasino_Royale Posts: 30,560
    _Anazina_ said:

    How many are lesbians?

    My sister played for a full women’s team once and she was one of only two straight players.

    You don’t know much about women, either.
    I can only ever aspire to match your infinite fountain of knowledge.
  • Sunil_PrasannanSunil_Prasannan Posts: 31,741
    edited July 2
    AndyJS said:

    Surprised that England had 53% possession. I would have guessed 55% USA.

    https://www.theguardian.com/football/live/2019/jul/02/england-v-usa-womens-world-cup-2019-semi-final-live

    Still, both England Gents and Ladies reach back to back World Cup semi-finals (ie. 2018 and 2019).
  • PulpstarPulpstar Posts: 55,155
    edited July 2

    How many are lesbians?

    My sister played for a full women’s team once and she was one of only two straight players.

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/9235665/womens-football-england-husbands-partners-girlfriends-boyfriends-world-cup/

    70% of England team according to the 10 players the Sun had a look at.

    75% (12/16) of USA team straight according to this :
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7204985/Meet-wives-husbands-girlfriends-boyfriends-Womens-Soccer-team.html

  • Sunil_PrasannanSunil_Prasannan Posts: 31,741
    Pulpstar said:

    Question. If the Americans can coach American women to play football this well, why can't they do the same for the men? Seems odd that the women's team is this strong when the men's team is that weak

    Because they play FOOTBALL in America ;)
    Football should be played with the FEET!
  • nico67nico67 Posts: 3,181
    The sheen or whatever you like to call it has worn off and Corbyn in all his incompetent glory is laid bare .

    I know straw polls of friends aren’t the best guide but I know some who used to be ardent Corbyn fans who are now done with him .

  • AndreaParma_82AndreaParma_82 Posts: 4,103
    edited July 2

    How many presidents does the EU have?

    Anyway, Ska for this rude boy.

    President of EU Parliament is like Bercow in the Commons.
    EU Commission President is like May.

    They have 100 Vice Presidents though. In Parliament 14 Vice Presidents + 5 Quaestors.

    To make everyone happen they already agreed various vice presidents of the EU Commission...some un-named...
  • The_TaxmanThe_Taxman Posts: 2,664
    kjohnw said:

    Boris is a disgrace.

    Politician campaigns for votes , shock , horror ! Bears shit in the woods! When I was campaigning to be a Tory councillor we had lists of past voters and phone numbers and regularly made calls to get out the vote. I don’t see how this is any different This is data previously given to the Tory party willingly. Sounds more like sour grapes from Hunts team to me
    People may have consented to give information to the Tory party but the Boris Johnson campaign is a seperate entity so technically he falls foul. To be honest i am glad the rules were brought in to stop irratating people calling from companies you dont want to speak too! I even have TPS on my mobile and still get calls as they are usually from outside the EU on phantom numbers.
  • FoxyFoxy Posts: 11,143

    How many are lesbians?

    My sister played for a full women’s team once and she was one of only two straight players.

    One of the positives of Women's football is that there are lots of out Lesbians, and nobody seems bothered (well nearly nobody!). How unlike the mens game.
  • _Anazina__Anazina_ Posts: 1,810

    _Anazina_ said:

    So, we went out on penalties?

    No change there then. That’s equality.

    You don’t know anything about football, do you?
    Nope. I do know you’re one of the worst posters on this site though.

    It’s a low bar toss up between you and NigelforRemain.

    _Anazina_ said:

    So, we went out on penalties?

    No change there then. That’s equality.

    You don’t know anything about football, do you?
    Nope. I do know you’re one of the worst posters on this site though.

    It’s a low bar toss up between you and NigelforRemain.
    Brilliant
  • PulpstarPulpstar Posts: 55,155
    I don't think a Buzzfeed hitpiece will hurt Boris amongst the Tory rank and file. To be honest they're part of the reason the likes of Trump does well in the USA.

    Not so much fake news, more leftist views.
  • Casino_RoyaleCasino_Royale Posts: 30,560
    Pulpstar said:

    How many are lesbians?

    My sister played for a full women’s team once and she was one of only two straight players.

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/9235665/womens-football-england-husbands-partners-girlfriends-boyfriends-world-cup/

    70% of England team according to the 10 players the Sun had a look at.

    75% (12/16) of USA team straight according to this :
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7204985/Meet-wives-husbands-girlfriends-boyfriends-Womens-Soccer-team.html

    Interesting. Thanks!
  • Casino_RoyaleCasino_Royale Posts: 30,560
    _Anazina_ said:

    _Anazina_ said:

    So, we went out on penalties?

    No change there then. That’s equality.

    You don’t know anything about football, do you?
    Nope. I do know you’re one of the worst posters on this site though.

    It’s a low bar toss up between you and NigelforRemain.

    _Anazina_ said:

    So, we went out on penalties?

    No change there then. That’s equality.

    You don’t know anything about football, do you?
    Nope. I do know you’re one of the worst posters on this site though.

    It’s a low bar toss up between you and NigelforRemain.
    Brilliant
    If only.
  • williamglennwilliamglenn Posts: 31,133

    How many presidents does the EU have?

    How many does the UK have?

    Lord President of the Council - Mel Stride
    President of the Board of Trade - Liam Fox
    President of the Supreme Court - Lady Hale
    ...
  • Casino_RoyaleCasino_Royale Posts: 30,560
    Foxy said:

    How many are lesbians?

    My sister played for a full women’s team once and she was one of only two straight players.

    One of the positives of Women's football is that there are lots of out Lesbians, and nobody seems bothered (well nearly nobody!). How unlike the mens game.

    There aren’t many lesbians in the men’s game.
  • kjohnwkjohnw Posts: 1,456

    How many are lesbians?

    My sister played for a full women’s team once and she was one of only two straight players.

    Suits the BBC agenda : gentleman Jack, killing Eve , women’s football . Time the licence fee was scrapped , it has become a minority channel taking the majorities money . And when you look at what they have been paying their top celebs : disgraceful waste of public money
  • _Anazina__Anazina_ Posts: 1,810
    Pulpstar said:

    How many are lesbians?

    My sister played for a full women’s team once and she was one of only two straight players.

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/9235665/womens-football-england-husbands-partners-girlfriends-boyfriends-world-cup/

    70% of England team according to the 10 players the Sun had a look at.

    75% (12/16) of USA team straight according to this :
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7204985/Meet-wives-husbands-girlfriends-boyfriends-Womens-Soccer-team.html

    It’s the other way around (70% straight) according to that link. Not that it matters.
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