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3 minutes ago, doobin said:

Not a clue, all I know is that there's no mention of it on the BBC, only the Telegraph so far is reporting the race of the attacker.

 

Could be terrorism, could be a disgruntled gimmegrant.

Why anyone would be disgruntled with Amess is beyond me, he always seemed like one of the good Tories.

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1 minute ago, eggsarascal said:

Why anyone would be disgruntled with Amess is beyond me, he always seemed like one of the good Tories.

Yup, never left the backbenches for fame and power, simply did his job as a decent MP, looking out for his constituents interests. A sad loss.

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3 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

Crikey. Hope he’s ok 

 

 

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Was it a solid piece of paper , or one with holes in ?

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Was it a solid piece of paper , or one with holes in ?
Or maybe a little piece of paper carefully folded up with some white powder inside.
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6 minutes ago, sime42 said:
1 hour ago, Stubby said:
Was it a solid piece of paper , or one with holes in ?

Or maybe a little piece of paper carefully folded up with some white powder inside.

I'll sing you a story of my uncle Jim

Somebody threw a tomato at him

Tomatoes don't hurt you, I said with a grin,...

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9 hours ago, openspaceman said:

I'll sing you a story of my uncle Jim

Somebody threw a tomato at him

Tomatoes don't hurt you, I said with a grin,...

But this bugger did it was still in the tin .

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3 hours ago, Stubby said:

But this bugger did it was still in the tin .

This is a family song so:

This one it did it was wrapped in a tin

 

 

I cannot remember any of the other verses but I associate it with the yard at devonport

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3 hours ago, openspaceman said:

This is a family song so:

This one it did it was wrapped in a tin

 

 

I cannot remember any of the other verses but I associate it with the yard at devonport

When were you in the yard?

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1 minute ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

When were you in the yard?

Never, my father was determined to get away and came to Surrey. All my male cousins seemed to work there and have passed away, asbestos related cancers.

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