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    Quote Originally Posted by paul143 View Post
    230 Worshippers have been killed in an attack on a Mosque in the Sinai Peninsular (Bir Al Abed).

    Locals have stated that followers of Sufism congregate at the Mosque in question which is seen as heresy by Islamist Organisations.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-42110223
    235 now being reported, killed in 1 terror attack, jesus *********** christ
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    Quote Originally Posted by LivapewlDivas View Post
    235 now being reported, killed in 1 terror attack, jesus *********** christ
    Same old story, Wahabism, salafism and other forms of extremism needs to be wiped out. They don't like sufis, shias or anything else that goes against their way of thinking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phuzz View Post
    Same old story, Wahabism, salafism and other forms of extremism needs to be wiped out. They don't like sufis, shias or anything else that goes against their way of thinking.
    Wahabi extremists responsible for this? Sufis are supposed to be the mystics and I love the music they make. Why attack them? Why all this hate? Aren't people allowed to just be in peace? Crazy world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreams-come-true View Post
    Wahabi extremists responsible for this? Sufis are supposed to be the mystics and I love the music they make. Why attack them? Why all this hate? Aren't people allowed to just be in peace? Crazy world.
    Wahabis, Isis etc are all the same. Sufism is the only thing I like about islam as someone who has been brought up a Muslim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LivapewlDivas View Post
    This isn't confirmed
    Looks like the Oxford circus was a false alarm. Possibly something sounding similar to gunfire.

    Police reported that they could find no evidence of gun fire nor anyone looking like they were carrying with intent to use.

    Luckily in the resulting panic there seems to be one minor casualty and nothing more serious.
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    If anyone is following it, this Tulip Sidiq stuff is looking dodge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhoscoch View Post
    The idea of slavic neo nazies always amused me. And what a good fellow and descent person. Only sells drugs to white children
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    John Pilger, the War you don't see ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02_bwv9s_6w
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    Tory MP with porn on his works computer allegedly?

    What would your employer do?

    http://metro.co.uk/2017/12/01/massiv...puter-7123538/

    analysis of the computer suggested they had been viewed ‘extensively’ over a three-month period, sometimes for hours at a time. Mr Green, who is the subject of a Cabinet Office inquiry into alleged inappropriate behaviour towards a young female activist, has denied looking at or downloading porn on the work computer. The minister – effectively Theresa May’s deputy – declined to comment on Mr Lewis’s allegations.
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    Automatic ban for viewing porn at work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhoscoch View Post
    Tory MP with porn on his works computer allegedly?

    What would your employer do?

    http://metro.co.uk/2017/12/01/massiv...puter-7123538/

    analysis of the computer suggested they had been viewed ‘extensively’ over a three-month period, sometimes for hours at a time. Mr Green, who is the subject of a Cabinet Office inquiry into alleged inappropriate behaviour towards a young female activist, has denied looking at or downloading porn on the work computer. The minister – effectively Theresa May’s deputy – declined to comment on Mr Lewis’s allegations.
    I would lose my computer at work.
    every action that can result in spreading viruses to the company server is taking away the computer from the employee.
    as for pornography, i cant see another problem in people looking at the legal versions of it other then potential addiction
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    Quote Originally Posted by IDREAMOFGINI View Post
    Automatic ban for viewing porn at work.
    Oh dear. How awful for you. Can you lodge an appeal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiddlerDave View Post
    Oh dear. How awful for you. Can you lodge an appeal?
    nope. Its mandatory first week your employed. I did chuckle, but it was met with a very stern look
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    Quote Originally Posted by IDREAMOFGINI View Post
    nope. Its mandatory first week your employed. I did chuckle, but it was met with a very stern look
    oops.
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    75 years ago the Beveridge report came out
    5 things were targeted - Want, Disease, Squalor, Idleness, Ignorance

    Its seems that in the last 75 years we have not managed any of these
    Especially as another 700 000 joined the poverty numbers
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    Campaining about nuclear disarmament doesn't work. Was watching The Chase yesterday. Question about the sponsor of Glastonbury in 1981. Answer was CND 'Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament'.

    I thought to myself. 36 years of campaining and the situation has got worse
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    Todays world - what a farce - it has learnt nothing from WW2

    Crime up - Costs up - Education down - the community and family bond dismantled - Trust and commitment out the window... 80% of marriages end in divorce

    As poverty bites, crime stats show a 14% increase in the last quarter
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-42818105

    next

    USA gymnastics doctor is jailed for 175 years -
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-42725339
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    The Commonwealth -

    Covers about 30% of the worlds population - it used to be the Empire and its colonies

    Shortly, the Queen will hand over duties now 92 years old

    So plans are being drawn up for her successor

    Normally it would fall to her Heir

    But the times are changing - and head of the Commonwealth will not be passed on to Charles....
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    Barry Bennell found guilty

    Good..*********** animal!
    YNWA
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    Not surprised at this

    Home ownership amongst the younger generation has collapsed
    http://www.itv.com/news/central/stor...iddle-incomes/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mysteron View Post
    Not surprised at this

    Home ownership amongst the younger generation has collapsed
    http://www.itv.com/news/central/stor...iddle-incomes/
    The sky high prices doesn't help either
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mysteron View Post
    Not surprised at this

    Home ownership amongst the younger generation has collapsed
    http://www.itv.com/news/central/stor...iddle-incomes/
    Part of the trouble is that young people don't want to work hard and save for a house. They have other priorities like
    Fun mobile phones holidays cars laptops Etc
    And while they can live at home with mum rent free.....they'll carry on
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Part of the trouble is that young people don't want to work hard and save for a house. They have other priorities like
    Fun mobile phones holidays cars laptops Etc
    And while they can live at home with mum rent free.....they'll carry on
    "Average house prices were 152 per cent higher in 2015/16 than they were in the mid-90s, after adjusting for inflation, the report revealed - while incomes only rose 22 per cent in that time."

    Yeah you are right. Laziness
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anubis View Post
    "Average house prices were 152 per cent higher in 2015/16 than they were in the mid-90s, after adjusting for inflation, the report revealed - while incomes only rose 22 per cent in that time."

    Yeah you are right. Laziness
    I saved up all my working life......I still do.
    Was easy buying a flat.....then a semi.....now a detached .
    You get on the ladder and up you go

    There a cheap houses all over the place. Some in Liverpool for 40k
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    I saved up all my working life......I still do.
    Was easy buying a flat.....then a semi.....now a detached .
    You get on the ladder and up you go

    There a cheap houses all over the place. Some in Liverpool for 40k
    You are completely avoiding what the article is about.
    the reason why younger people dont buy, is that is hard to afford an apartment alone with one income. People get married later in life so they buy later.
    And if the house prices keep on going up, soon people will need more then two incomes to be able to afford to buy.

    And why the bitterness towards what people spend their money on?
    I haven't saved anything up i don't have money in the bank, its in bricks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    I saved up all my working life......I still do.
    Was easy buying a flat.....then a semi.....now a detached .
    You get on the ladder and up you go

    There a cheap houses all over the place. Some in Liverpool for 40k
    I'm alright Jack.

    Good to know you saved enough money to buy a flat outright without a mortgage.

    Not so good to know that you now feel entitled enough to be happy for current policy to pull the ladder that you used up so no one else can use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Part of the trouble is that young people don't want to work hard and save for a house. They have other priorities like
    Fun mobile phones holidays cars laptops Etc
    And while they can live at home with mum rent free.....they'll carry on
    Thanks for your sweeping generalisation. I’m 22 work full time, achieved a first class honours degree in university and I have no idea how I’m going to save enough to move out of my parents house. I don’t want to rent because I see this as getting stuck in that situation for a long time and there isn’t a pressure for me to rent.

    Your point of having mobile phones cars and laptops. My car helps me get to work and do other things more efficiently. My laptop helped me achieve what I did in university. My phone ensures I can keep in contact with everyone I need to, and employers to get in contact with me.

    I’ve seen you say this type of thing a few times. This is not the case what so ever. The housing market and the job market are completely different to whatever era you grew up in. Do you understand how hard it is trying to get a job in what your degree is in when there are 100’s of people in the exact same position as you going for the same job? We are being expected to work full time earn a living move out whilst also working for free in order to gain experience to put yourself in a stronger position. I’m not complaining, that’s just the way it is. But door say young people don’t want to work and save, don’t say that again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S_7 View Post
    Thanks for your sweeping generalisation. I’m 22 work full time, achieved a first class honours degree in university and I have no idea how I’m going to save enough to move out of my parents house. I don’t want to rent because I see this as getting stuck in that situation for a long time and there isn’t a pressure for me to rent.

    Your point of having mobile phones cars and laptops. My car helps me get to work and do other things more efficiently. My laptop helped me achieve what I did in university. My phone ensures I can keep in contact with everyone I need to, and employers to get in contact with me.

    I’ve seen you say this type of thing a few times. This is not the case what so ever. The housing market and the job market are completely different to whatever era you grew up in. Do you understand how hard it is trying to get a job in what your degree is in when there are 100’s of people in the exact same position as you going for the same job? We are being expected to work full time earn a living move out whilst also working for free in order to gain experience to put yourself in a stronger position. I’m not complaining, that’s just the way it is. But door say young people don’t want to work and save, don’t say that again.
    ST is a pure crank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhoscoch View Post
    I'm alright Jack.

    Good to know you saved enough money to buy a flat outright without a mortgage.

    Not so good to know that you now feel entitled enough to be happy for current policy to pull the ladder that you used up so no one else can use it.
    I saved enough for a deposit. I got a mortgage. I worked Overtime for 5 years to make extra payments .
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