General election 8th June


#1903

Yes indeed.


#1904

There’s evidence that he wouldn’t in that situation then?


#1905

Your implication is that she would “do it for the lolz”. Whose argument has more credibility?


#1906

Is this 1 and a half billion paid up front?

What happens if May is booted out in the Autumn and there is another GE?


#1907

Around £400-500m, iirc. The agreement is between the parties, so it continues if they have a leadership election and she loses.


#1908

I’ve yet to see any politician do something for nothing… :roll_eyes:


#1909

I’m not making any claims, you are. The burden of proof is with you.


#1910

It’s a hypothetical situation, you Mork.


#1911

Sturgeon would surely do a Clegg and get deputy PM, rather than a bribe? And a few policy insertions like a referendum.

The whole thing about bunging money is just loathsome. Although to be fair, I think is rather give the DUP money than have their policies.


#1912

It’s going to the national assembly, not the DUP. Which is why Sinn Fein are keeping relatively quiet about it.


#1913

It still drives a coach and horses through previous devolvement financial policies, austerity and Tory integrity though. Although I’m not sure the latter is really a thing.


#1914

Is that meant for me?


#1915

That’s how replies work.


#1916

Think they promised more than that, students were hoping for a Cleggy write off. Not sure of the cost


#1917

Ok. Instead of being a smart arse why not read whats going on?

A claim was made with no mention of it being ‘hypothetical’. I asked the poster to justify his position which he has thus far refused or been unable to do.

So it’s not hypothetical at all it’s a conversation you cunt.


#1918

Yes,just think the chart is just showing what could have been done with the 1 and a half bill


#1919

Corbyn is not in a position to deal with Sturgeon, therefore the situation is hypothetical. We have put forward the claim that, in such a situation, he would make significant monetary concessions to the SNP in order to gain their support.

There is no “burden of proof” because, once again, it’s a hypothetical situation.

This is the only contribution you have made in the past week that has any merit.

By the way, you seem to be struggling with the way the board software works. If you want to reply directly to me, use the Reply button next to my post. The Reply button at the end of the thread is just a general reply to the thread.


#1920

FFS…


#1921

I’m sorry that you find being an idiot frustrating.


#1922

You will get both in the sense that we’ve already paid up and they will veto anything not approved by their interpretation of the Old Testament.