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vivabrigada

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None of that is a rebuttal of what I wrote.
You said probably then backed the Torys.
People aren't stupid, promising to put things right by the Windrush victims then voting to cover up the fact that it was the British PM who devise and implemented the policy is hipocrisy of the highest order.
The usual Tory response to getting caught doing anthing. Shameless.
 

CastleRay

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You said probably then backed the Torys.
People aren't stupid, promising to put things right by the Windrush victims then voting to cover up the fact that it was the British PM who devise and implemented the policy is hipocrisy of the highest order.
The usual Tory response to getting caught doing anthing. Shameless.
You asked why the DUP voted as they did and I stated the probable reason which was what the majority of the House voted for following the debate.
 

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Why? Probably because there was already an independent review into what happened and public disclosure of the documents could adversely affect this review. This was just another Labour Party stunt to try to embarrass the government which would have done more harm to the learning required from the Windrush issue. The disclosure of papers now was rightly defeated by 316 votes to 221. Would you have preferred if the DUP had voted to wreck the review into this important issue?
LMFAO ...kkkray spends 90% of his time on here defending the DUP ... but says he doesnt like or vote for them :roll: ... kkkray is a funny crackpot :?
 

vivabrigada

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You asked why the DUP voted as they did and I stated the probable reason which was what the majority of the House voted for following the debate.
You coveniently glossed over what they voted for, to cover up what May did to the Windrush generation.
Political cowardice.
 

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CastleRay

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You coveniently glossed over what they voted for, to cover up what May did to the Windrush generation.
Political cowardice.
You've been shown before to have complete ignorance of Parliamentary process and stunts, and adopt a stupid propaganda-based position. This is just another case of your outpouring of hatred making a fool of you.
 

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You asked why the DUP voted as they did and I stated the probable reason which was what the majority of the House voted for following the debate.
So, nothing to do with the billion quid that they have been offered for their votes then?
 

vivabrigada

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You've been shown before to have complete ignorance of Parliamentary process and stunts, and adopt a stupid propaganda-based position. This is just another case of your outpouring of hatred making a fool of you.
They voted to keep Windrush papers secret because the will reveal the extent May was responsible for the hateful policy go home vans etc.
That's not propaganda. People aren't stupid Ray.
 

vivabrigada

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No, you are and yet again it shows by quoting an irrelevant article.
An opinion piece in the world renowned New York Times is irrelevant?

"Opinion
A New Face Won’t Change the British Government’s Racist Heart
By Maya Goodfellow"
Eh, ok Ray.
 

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Nope. The confidence and supply agreement does not cover such a motion.
Of course not, that's why the DUP members all sat down individually, had a good think about it and all came to the same conclusion.

Yeah right.....
 

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An opinion piece in the world renowned New York Times is irrelevant?

"Opinion
A New Face Won’t Change the British Government’s Racist Heart
By Maya Goodfellow"
Eh, ok Ray.
Where does it discuss the Parliamentary debate, voting of DUP, or the review?
 

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