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  1. They are not mutually exclusive. It can be about...

    They are not mutually exclusive. It can be about both.
  2. I think anyone who advocates for the death...

    I think anyone who advocates for the death penalty should be prepared to state the appropriate threshold of innocents killed and also whether, in principle, they would continue to support it if a...
  3. Sure. So what is the threshold that you're happy...

    Sure. So what is the threshold that you're happy with? 1% innocents killed? 5%? 20%? 50%?

    And I asked you a further question. Care to answer?
  4. Is there a point where the number of failures...

    Is there a point where the number of failures becomes unacceptable to you? If so, what's the threshold?
  5. Would you feel the same way if one of your...

    Would you feel the same way if one of your children were wrongly convicted and sentenced to death?
  6. Lewk, may I ask; given that your justice system...

    Lewk, may I ask; given that your justice system is fallible; how do you guarantee that only guilty people are killed by the state?
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    Silver lining in terms of the end of Corbyn,...

    Silver lining in terms of the end of Corbyn, hopefully momentum, and hopefully a firm nudge back to the centre.

    Very frustrating and irritating in terms of continuing to put that lying sack of...
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    I predict a strong Tory majority. Stronger than...

    I predict a strong Tory majority. Stronger than May and Cameron. Boris will be portrayed as a demigod.

    And I predict I will thoroughly irritated to my very core.
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    Agreed. Such is the state of politics at the...

    Agreed.

    Such is the state of politics at the moment I won't even tell my friends who I'm voting for, let alone complete strangers.
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    I agree. But I don't have issue what that, as...

    I agree. But I don't have issue what that, as I've clearly stated and you seem to ignore.

    What's not standard behaviour is to take the journalist's phone and pocket it. You may disagree, but my...
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    Honestly what? What have I said that's wrong? ...

    Honestly what? What have I said that's wrong?

    It's appalling behaviour from a prime minister, or any MP.
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    Tell all that to the senior Tories that ran to...

    Tell all that to the senior Tories that ran to Peston and Kuenssberg as quickly as possible to create a new and exciting story. Perfect for distracting from Johnson's interview this morning.

    It's...
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    None of what you've said refutes my point in any...

    None of what you've said refutes my point in any way. It was reported as an attack. A punch. From a senior Tory source.

    Lies.
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    Funny how the journalists have since apologised...

    Funny how the journalists have since apologised for spreading fake news from a senior Tory source.
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    He took the phone. Watch it. He took the phone to...

    He took the phone. Watch it. He took the phone to shutdown the line of questioning. He only apologised when the journalist called him out on it.
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    Tories try to distract from Johnson's phone...

    Tories try to distract from Johnson's phone grabbing interview by lying about Hancock's adviser being punched. Journalists jump on it only to find video evidence shows no such thing.

    The lies and...
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    What about taking a journalist's phone and...

    What about taking a journalist's phone and putting it in his pocket when being faced with a picture of a child sleeping on a hospital floor?

    What a *&^%ing piece of ^%$.
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    I've not been sacked for lying, no. And just...

    I've not been sacked for lying, no.

    And just because Howard later said he was wrong to sack him, doesn't mean he still didn't lie.
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    He has a demonstrably proven history of lying....

    He has a demonstrably proven history of lying. He's been sacked twice for lying. When people don't trust you, because you lie, you find that they simply don't believe in "honest mistakes". His...
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    Why?

    Why?
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    Not you. Our Prime Minister.

    Not you. Our Prime Minister.
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    Like "Fuck business" and "Fuck the families of...

    Like "Fuck business" and "Fuck the families of 7/7"?
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    I think I've decided. I know that I will not...

    I think I've decided.

    I know that I will not vote for this current incarnation of the Conservative party. I despise Boris Johnson, and each member of his cabinet appears to either be completely...
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    Oh, and you believe them now? You used to say...

    Oh, and you believe them now? You used to say negotiations went up to the last minute and the EU have a history of days doing so.

    So you think that if we went back with some amendments that...
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    Who says it can't be amended? And we can't...

    Who says it can't be amended?

    And we can't scrutinise it now because the PM won't let us.
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