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Philip Hammond finally gets a brain transplant


carver

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It seems that Philip Hammond has managed to grasp the simple idea that private firms and the army and police force are not exactly the same enter link description here I suppose it's better late than never.

What worries me is that the idea had not occurred to him before that G4S is a private firm employing civilians who can turn round at any time and say "stuff your job" which is what happened with the Olympics.

This time he got away with it but in a few months time he is going to make a lot of army personal redundant, it's a good thing it didn't happen before the games.

I thought the idea that some one who is in a position of power should have more than 2 working brain cells.

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Condom

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Can I mention my little grey ones?

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johndrew

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Aitchbee

"My 'research' has concluded that you are a Tory spin-doctor!"

Your 'research' is either non-existent or severely flawed.

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