Great news - Well done Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen & business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng

Scrote

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I would sooner talk about Houchen & plants/projects that are happening than talk negativity about Houchen & plants/projects that dont happen, but each to their own
We've had numerous promises from Houchen about plants/projects that are happening with tens of thousands of jobs that simply haven't materialised. Why should I expect this to be any different?
 

Nobby_Barnes

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Fair enough festa, I didnt look at it that way

We'll see in future when I post a good news thread, which I'll word it to please everyone
Erimus you can post exactly what you want, when you want. The vast majority of posters on this board don't live anywhere near Teesside so this good news really doesn't affect them in the slightest .... they can't really comment as they don't know what it's like to live here 👍
I think there is only me and you that actually live in Middlesbrough. Of course a few live in Stockton but as we know most support Sunderland 🤣
 

Same_as_before

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Fair enough you agree with the words he uses regularly against the Working Class, at least you admit it. I disagree with it.

The bloke is a bigot, he is a bully, he despises anyone with an opinion different to his warped views.

I have only ever voted Labour, from Wilson through to Corbyn, I would not or even could not vote any other way.

I had Irish parents, my mother would have been polite to him, filled him with sandwiches and tea, and when I came home tell me never to bring him to her house again. She knew bigotry.
 

Johnny Vincents Motorbike

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Fair enough you agree with the words he uses regularly against the Working Class, at least you admit it
you have made that bit up.

your using social media to make a deliberate slur against me, i have admitted to no such accusation - next time you are in the confessional box with your priest, you should ask him for a forgiveness blessing - quite shameful.
 

Same_as_before

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Having reread your responses you are correct, you have not backed his views on the working class, apologies.

Loved the comment on my personal beliefs, nothing bigotry there.
 

Kosovo

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Erimus you can post exactly what you want, when you want. The vast majority of posters on this board don't live anywhere near Teesside so this good news really doesn't affect them in the slightest .... they can't really comment as they don't know what it's like to live here 👍
I think there is only me and you that actually live in Middlesbrough. Of course a few live in Stockton but as we know most support Sunderland 🤣

If you want to be like that Nobby its a good news for Redcar And Cleveland as it’s a TS6 postcode which I live in. So stop trying to take our good news story 😂
 

Same_as_before

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bigotry
/ˈbɪɡətri/

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noun
  1. obstinate or unreasonable attachment to a belief, opinion, or faction; in particular, prejudice against a person or people on the basis of their membership of a particular group.
    "the difficulties of combating prejudice and bigotry" That's what I thought it meant.
 

Billy69_uk

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Starmer isn't centre of left.

He's barely left of centre even if we take the current media definitions as gospel (e.g. Corbyn as far-left).
And this is why the tories will win election after election whilst Labour supporters argue that the Labour Party leader isn’t their particular flavour of leftist leader.

All the while the tory supporters will vote for any miscreant, chancer or rotting corpse if it meant another term in power.
 

Nobby_Barnes

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And this is why the tories will win election after election whilst Labour supporters argue that the Labour Party leader isn’t their particular flavour of leftist leader.

All the while the tory supporters will vote for any miscreant, chancer or rotting corpse if it meant another term in power.
It won't be a corpse, it will be Ritchie Sunak to lead the Tories to another term.
Thanks 👍
 

Scrote

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And this is why the tories will win election after election whilst Labour supporters argue that the Labour Party leader isn’t their particular flavour of leftist leader.

All the while the tory supporters will vote for any miscreant, chancer or rotting corpse if it meant another term in power.
I didn't make any comment on Starmer or whether I'd be voting Labour.

I was merely pointing out that the position of Starmer's politics (as they've so far been demonstrated) isn't centre-left.

These things matter if we're going to have an honest discussion about what we're voting for.
 
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