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Old 25-03-2021, 04:45 PM   #1
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Default Parliament Vote Passed Today on Extending Covid Rules another 6 Months

Now many Conservative MP's
are against this extension.

But Labour have been instructed to Vote for the Bill.



So it is expected to Pass the Vote
thanks to Labour.


Vote Soon.

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Old 25-03-2021, 05:13 PM   #2
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484 Ayes

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The Covid Act now Extended for 6months
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Old 25-03-2021, 07:08 PM   #3
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Sir Charles Walker
Conservative MP

was on Ch4HDnews

He has a Pint of Milk
which the Fool protested with today.



He Lost his Vote
He has not had his Vaccine,
he hates needles?

Waiting for the Nasal Vaccine.

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Now many Conservative MP's
are against this extension.

But Labour have been instructed to Vote for the Bill.



So it is expected to Pass the Vote
thanks to Labour.


Vote Soon.
Why and by whom have Labour been instructed to vote Aye. Sre they just puppets?
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Why and by whom have Labour been instructed to vote Aye. Are they just puppets?

No they Fear
that The numbers will go up
once all go to pubs and stuff like that.
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that The numbers will go up
once all go to pubs and stuff like that.
Ok yes I see. Probably the numbers will go up yes but hopefully not significantly.
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I agree there's no harm having in place this policy to deal with whatever may arise.

Although I'd prefer to see some stronger criticism of things needing to be criticised by Starmer and Labour.
I agree it was best to support this vote, not that Cons will appreciate that.

The opposition Party/ Parties are NOT however there to give blank cheques to a government and certainly NOT this horrendous one.
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Why and by whom have Labour been instructed to vote Aye. Sre they just puppets?
By labour leadership I would imagine - it's usual for leadership to take a "party line" and then most will fall in line, though of course sometimes people "cross the floor" and vote against their standard party line.
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By labour leadership I would imagine - it's usual for leadership to take a "party line" and then most will fall in line, though of course sometimes people "cross the floor" and vote against their standard party line.
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i think it makes sense for the next 6 months as we are not yet out of the woods
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Hardly anyone follows them, so whats the point.
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i think it makes sense for the next 6 months as we are not yet out of the woods
we were never in them
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Hardly anyone follows them, so whats the point.
I dont think this is about the restrictions on the public...its the government having the power to pass laws without them having to go 'the long way' by votes and such.

I would be shocked if they ever give this up willingly tbh. Thats not a dig at the tories either, as I doubt any party would want to give up the extra power
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It gives Police more Powers
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Them having the power to stop people being out in public, and to restrict movement within the country, really has to go ASAP regardless. As a very, very temporary measure to get a handle on the worst of the pandemic yes maybe it was necessary but it really is quite mind-bogglingly oppressive and not something we want them to have the power to implement long term. I fear that it may be too late on that one though.
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