UK General Election to be on 4th July

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Prime Minister Starmer congratulates Hoyle on his re-election as Commons Speaker.

Starmer also wished well the Tory politician Craig MacKinlay who lost his legs to sepsis. He retired during the election as his constituency of South Thanet was abolished in recent constituency boundary changes and partook in typical British banter with the Tory Father of the House of Commons (the longest serving male MP).

Starmer also acknowledged that the new British parliament has more LGBT representatives than any other parliament in the world.

Meanwhile, Leader of the Opposition Sunak apologises to his party.

Starmer is now on his way to Washington DC for the NATO Summit.

 
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Reform UK make their mark in the new Commons.

Farage, the leader of the party formerly known as the Brexit Party and former Member of the European Parliament, decided to use his maiden Commons speech to attack former Commons Speaker Bercow who tried to destroy the democratic decision to leave the EU whilst heaping praise on current Speaker Hoyle for his "neutrality".

Reform UK have 5 MPs - but make no mistake about it, they will soon be a force to be reckoned with. The Right are coming.

 
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For those of you who are wondering, the Logan Act of 1799 makes it a crime for an ex-President to wave at a camera. However, according the Extreme Court, Obama has ex-Presidential immunity from prosecution.
 
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For those of you who are wondering, the Logan Act of 1799 makes it a crime for an ex-President to wave at a camera. However, according the Extreme Court, Obama has ex-Presidential immunity from prosecution.

Try harder

The intent behind the Act is to prevent unauthorized negotiations from undermining the government's position. The Act was passed following George Logan's unauthorized negotiations with France in 1798, and was signed into law by President John Adams on January 30, 1799.

 

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Try harder

The intent behind the Act is to prevent unauthorized negotiations from undermining the government's position. The Act was passed following George Logan's unauthorized negotiations with France in 1798, and was signed into law by President John Adams on January 30, 1799.

Boomster thinks that walking into a British government building (might be #10) means Obama is negotiating with the British government cuz Twatter says so.
 

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How much did Clinton pay to hind his Blow Job.. that's not a crime

I don't know nor do I care.

No, it's not a crime, but he lied about it, so he went through Impeachment.

Not the first President to get a blow in the White House.

But there's no comparing Trump's 34 counts to Clinton's blow job. Unless that's what you're insinuating which makes you wonder do you even know what a blow job is?
 

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You make it sound as though the White House is a brothel.

Maybe that's why some Muslims tried to fly a plane into it.
 
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