Not as old as he claims to be!
- Dec 22, 2003
They are willing to crucify people like their own parents to win this race. ERG>parents. Utter scum.
I don't see why you would be against proper punishment for causing death by fuckwittory.Populist shite - playing to the Daily Fail readers:
Two people a year. Two.
But it'll get them votes. Including from people on here.
I'm not. If you make a fuckwitt move you should be punished.I don't see why you would be against proper punishment for causing death by fuckwittory.
I was shocked at first but reading it seemed to be based on the idea of allowing car drivers up to 7.5 tons (C1), even then it probably isn't wise seeing how many shit drivers of cars are out there.
I believe after 1997 it was no longer included with the car license, however even those that are before the change are now required to do CPC.I drove 7.5 tonners back when working in the summer breaks at 17.... I actually drove a 22 tonne truck in the grounds of Runneymede hotel, when working as a driver's mate for a manpower company
Bunch of utter arse clowns."Fuck off. I'm on holiday!"
Actually, and whisper it because we're not allowed to say it, it's related to immigration*.
oh good god, you can always roll out a dimwit like Coffey to support a bad plan in a water crisis.Truss wants deregulation to boost water investment, says Coffey
At last night’s hustings, Tory leadership candidate Liz Truss made a comment about utilities regulators, including for water, becoming “less effective at doing the job” and not encouraging growth or competition.
Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey, who is backing Truss to win the leadership contest, says Truss would like to “streamline” the number of regulators generally.
"We need to try to improve the investment, but of course other things that we can do to do that is to remove some of the unnecessary regulation that we’ve inherited from the European Union," she tells BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
She adds that private investment is currently prevented from "really unlocking future infrastructure improvements".
"Liz wants to accelerate deregulation in order to make sure we get further investments right across the country," she says.