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  • Former White House Coms Director predicts Trump will quit WH2020 race by March
    Could it be that the President won’t be the nominee? Over the weekend I’ve placed of bets at effectively about 10/1 that Trump will not be the Republican nominee at WH2020. I’ve done this by laying Trump on the Betfair 2020 nominee market. This has been prompted by two ... read more
    Source: Political BettingPublished on 19-08-19
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  • Start the Week Open Thread 19 August 2019
    If weekend press reports are correct Government Ministers are to be advised not to go onto the Flagship/Wreck“Today Programme “ because it is a waste of time . Anyone who consumes the biased output of the BBC might understand why such a direction has been given and wonder why it ... read more
    Source: BBC BiasedPublished on 18-08-19
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  • Jeffrey Epstein and the Spectacle of Secrecy
    Edward Curtin When phrases such as “the deep state” and “conspiracy theory” become staples of both the corporate mainstream media and the alternative press, we know the realities behind these phrases have outlasted their usefulness for the ruling elites that control the United States and for their critics, each of ... read more
    Source: OffGuardianPublished on 18-08-19
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  • If Jeremy Corbyn had made Boris Johnson’s ‘missteps’, the media would have flayed him
    A Moseley reader draws attention to an article by Peter Oborne, who marvels at media sycophancy: “Whatever Johnson does or says – however incompetent, immoral, ignorant or foolish – is strong, visionary and wise . . . We’ve seen nothing like this level of command and control of leading Fleet ... read more
    Source: Political ConcernPublished on 18-08-19
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  • What will the UK interest rate be at the end of 2019?
    I really don’t know much about economics and the intricacies of how and interest rates are set by the Bank of England, looking at this market from Paddy Power is a bit like pinning the tail on the donkey for me. My theory on this market is that is ... read more
    Source: Political BettingPublished on 18-08-19
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  • Anyone who’s noone is vying to be in the GNU
    DSCN0275Reliable sources inform me that Gary Lineker is Ready to Lead as Prime Minister if required, despite the huge pay-cut this would involve. And although the emerging plans for a Government of National Unity seem so ... read more
    Source: The Slog – An incorrigible Cognitive DissidentPublished on 18-08-19
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  • Sarin in Syria: chemistry, and cui bono?
    Philip Roddis The exchange below took place a few days ago, below the line of an OffGuardian piece on the corruption of the UN’s Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) as shown in its handling of last year’s Douma incident. Louis Proyect is one of many on the ... read more
    Source: OffGuardianPublished on 18-08-19
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  • Meet the next Prime Minister. Maybe
    Could this former member of the Monday Club be our next Prime Minister? John Bercow as Prime Minister seems outlandish even in these interesting times. There’s not enough bandwdith on the information superhighway to list all the reasons why this is a bad idea or why John Bercow is so ... read more
    Source: Political BettingPublished on 18-08-19
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  • WATCH: Suicided: The Final Days of Jeffrey Epstein
    In this in-depth exploration of the death(?) of Jeffrey Epstein(?), James and The Corbett Report community members tackle 3 questions: What do we know about this incident? What do we not know? And what does it all mean? To follow The Corbett Report’s open source investigation, click here. For our ... read more
    Source: OffGuardianPublished on 17-08-19
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  • Corbyn’s proposals: the Murdoch version – or the FT account?
      FT: Jeremy Corbyn set out proposals in a letter to the leaders of other opposition parties and senior backbench MPs to form a temporary government which would request an extension to Article 50 ... read more
    Source: Political ConcernPublished on 17-08-19
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  • On the betting markets punters are becoming LESS convinced that there’ll be a 2019 General Election
    From Betdata.io – the last month on Betfair GE year market But 2019 still a strong odds-on favourite As can be seen from the chart there has been a huge amount of volatility on the year of the next general election with punters starting to move back from 2019 ... read more
    Source: Political BettingPublished on 17-08-19
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  • THE SATURDAY ESSAY: Why a vote for Brexit is the beginning of the end for Globalist nihilism.
    DSCN0256 If, as Mohamed El-Erian suggests, European monetary policy is causing the US stock markets to give off the wrong signals, what else might be to blame for this other than insanely connected globalism? Brexit is ... read more
    Source: The Slog – An incorrigible Cognitive DissidentPublished on 17-08-19
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  • China And the Zombies Of The Past
    The hybrid war, being conducted against China by the United States and its gaggle of puppet states from the UK to Canada to Australia, has entered a new phase. ... read more
    Source: OffGuardianPublished on 17-08-19
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  • Majority of Britons would rather cut back on spending than go into debt
    Most people own a borrowing product of some form, such as a credit card, but Britons tend to class themselves as savers rather than spenders Seven out of ten Britons (72%) would rather cut back on spending than go into credit, according to YouGov’s latest Debt Tracker. Just one in ... read more
    Source: YouGovPublished on 17-08-19
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  • Woodcock is right: Remain’s grand strategy is so muddled as to not exist
    What use do Remainers hope another A50 extension would be put to? Boris Johnson’s Brexit plan is commendably clear: leave on 31 October without a deal. The clarity might be the only thing that’s commendable about it and it leaves many questions open about what happens into November and ... read more
    Source: Political BettingPublished on 17-08-19
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  • Discuss: Epstein Death – Autopsy Results Announced
    The New York Medical Examiner has announced their findings – Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide by hanging. The stated evidence, so far, is “multiple breaks in his neckbones”, which is fairly uninformative without knowing a) which bones or b) the nature of the breaks. Assuming any bones were broken at all, ... read more
    Source: OffGuardianPublished on 16-08-19
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  • Weekend Open Thread 17 August 2019
    The anti democratic – biased pro EU BBC continues to run daily episodes of Project Fear in the run up the the UK leaving the EU. Desperate amateur repeats after Three Years of Pro EU Propaganda . Luckily the British People are far more intelligent than the BBC thinks . ... read more
    Source: BBC BiasedPublished on 16-08-19
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  • Get ready for a weekend’s intense campaigning for the Westminster by-election that might never happen
    This weekend hundreds of LAB and LD activists will be heading for Sheffield Hallam, home of PB’s TSE, where there might or might not be a Westminster by-election in the next couple of months. This has been triggered by the statements last month by the man who won it ... read more
    Source: Political BettingPublished on 16-08-19
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  • Survation didn’t say the Liberal Democrats are polling ahead of the Conservatives in Esher and Walton
    https://twitter.com/monicabeharding/status/1161726610078425089 This week the prospective Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate for Esher and Walton tweeted that her party were polling ahead of the constituency’s incumbent Conservative MP and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, in the area. But this was based on an interpretation of a national poll, not local data, which may ... read more
    Source: FullFact.orgPublished on 16-08-19
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  • An article about leaked Lib Dem emails is fake
    On Friday, a Twitter user wrote “chuka turning on the lib dems already, not a man to be trusted at all”, alongside four screenshots. These images were of an apparent Guardian article headlined “Leaked emails expose turmoil at heart of Liberal Democrat leadership”. This article is a fake. The supposed ... read more
    Source: FullFact.orgPublished on 16-08-19
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