December 12th, 2011

Où est Clegg?


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  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Maybe he is plotting with Vince?

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  2. 2
    Dave Harrison says:

    Vince is there, set next to Ken Clarke. Ominous.

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  3. 4
    Anonymous says:

    Yellow

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      Bulldog Drummond says:

      Can’t wait for GE leadership debates they will have a field day with Clegg over this. What a cowardly piece of stuff you scrape off the bottom of your shoe. Limp Dems is far to nice a phrase for them. Have a GE and combine this with a referendum NOW.

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      ilove Nadine says:

      “Yellow.”
      I knew that was the LibDems Party colour.
      Now we know it runs all down their Leaders back.

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  4. 5
    narcosi says:

    Wow was not expecting him to hide!

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  5. 8
    Josiah Bartlett says:

    WTF is Clegg doing not attending? Your the Deputy Prime Minister, support the Government or pull out of the coallition. None of this “I’m very cross but I like my ministerial car and salary so I’m not just going to be in a huff but not actually do anything” childish bollocks.

    Even Seething Vince is there.

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  6. 10
    Squeaker does his job for a change says:

    This is a first. Bercow told the labour front bench they were making too much noise.

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      Really? says:

      Any noise from them is too much. Miliband’s speech was truly awful; there was no clearly building attack and his silly hand signals were the sort of thing sixth form debating societies are full of. Pillock.

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  7. 12
    Steve Miliband says:

    Ed is awful

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      Selohesra says:

      To be fair he’s been dealt a bum hand – he has to criticize the single most popular thing any PM has done since Thatcher wopped the Argies

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      • 44
        Loungelizard says:

        Nobody quite understands exactly what he’s done but it’s bloody good.

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        Ein Berk(ov) says:

        Surely it is not de rigeur to ‘criticise’ anything/everything? If they like what the PM has done, why not simply say so? Criticising simply for the sake of it is daft.

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  8. 13
    Bbc acting for Labour again says:

    Guido, regarding the previous thread, as well as calling Blinky’s people, you should also call bbc news to inquire why they didn’t include Balls in their nazi montage.

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  9. 14
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    If this doesn’t constitute “Black Monday” I don’t know what does !!

    FTSE 100 5445.73 Down -83.48 -1.51%

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    • 17
      Billy 'ubermensch' Bowden says:

      “It is the most sensual men who need to flee women and torment their bodies.”

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    • 31
      Mr A. P. Niss. says:

      A drop of about 10 percent would constitute a “Black Monday”.

      I hope this helps.

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    • 33
      will says:

      If the FTSe having a bad day on the continent its even worse. So the french/German agreement has not gone down well with the markets who can spot a fudge when they see it. The Veto was right

      FTSE 100 5440.96 Down -88.25 -1.60%
      Dax 5813.67 Down -173.04 -2.89%
      Cac 40 3105.85 Down -66.50 -2.10%

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    • 58
      Wendy Bendy says:

      Forget stocks – looks at the bond yields. 10-year Italy up, Ireland at 8% and Greece priced at default 32%! They don’t think much of the EU Summit. Cameron is well out of it because the euro is finished.

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      Bulldog Drummond says:

      FTSE better than the rest. As the lady said “you can’t buck the market” full stop.

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  10. 15
    MrAngry61 says:

    Vince looks especially disgruntled on the front bench atm.

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  11. 16
    Sandra says:

    Quizzling Clegg is probably taking orders from the 4th Reich.

    Clegg, Heseltine & Clarke – EU traitors.

    When we free ourselves every EU traitor that wants to surrender their British passport & leave for exile should be actively encouraged to do so.

    £50 million quid a day in payments to the EUSSR- yet we have British pensioners freezing to death here in the UK.

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  12. 19
    Kronos says:

    euro fallen off a cliff today against the dollar and pound ….. I wonder why?

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  13. 20

    No Mr Thpеaker, I haven’t finithed with him yet!

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  14. 21
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Ed, the voters disagree with you.

    It seems Ed is going to campiagn on a Pro EU ticket.

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  15. 22
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Gordon Brown was 100% to sell off gold.

    I’ve just sold off my hoard,hence the drop today !

    Gold 1,662.90 -53.90 -3.14%

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  16. 24
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Clegg is probably getting sucked off by Nick Robinson

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  17. 25
    chinky bear keeper says:

    feck off home to europe clegg

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  18. 26
    Rotten bunch says:

    The Labour frontbench are so utterly punchable.

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  19. 27
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    All a wee bit of sink or spin!

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  20. 28
    Jimmy says:

    I don’t see the story. There’s an empty space next to Lightweight. What else is new?

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    • 38
      Anonymous says:

      That’s the spirit Jimmy, we want to see more empty spaces when the weirdy beardies are conveniently not seen in the next election.

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    • 49
      Are all Labour supporters as thick as you? says:

      If Cameron’s a lightweight for vetoing a Franco/German stitch-up, what does that make Ed “I’ll sign it! I’ll sign it!” Miliband?

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  21. 29
    www.comparethemerkozy.com says:

    Milliband yet again displays his lack of grasp of financial matters – no doubt well briefed by Ubergauleiter Balls.

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  22. 32
    John says:

    He’s sitting in the room out back, sucking his thumb.
    Welcome to lake Nobody Cares….

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  23. 33
    Labour flounder says:

    That was a rollicking good performance by Cameron. Miliband’s attempt to look tough was hilarious. His “No, Mr Spe-aker, I’m not finished with him yet” was like a boy scout trying to act like a marine.

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    • 37
      will says:

      Ed balls is worth at least 20 seats to the tories. lets hope they stick with him.

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      • 130
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        EdxEd is worth an election to the Tories. BTW, Mrs Balls gave a distinctly underwhelming performance at Home Office Q,s this pm. Outshone by Theresa of all people. Another Labour leadership candidate sinks slowly back into the swamp. The next lLabour PM is probably still in a private prep school somewhere.

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    • 144
      Old Blue Eyes says:

      Watching Ed in action can anyone seriously believe that he could win a General Election.

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    • 160
      Chiswick Fresh-Horses says:

      Even less convincing than Blackadder’s bravado when challenging hairy Scots thug McAngus to a duel. “Haven’t finished with him yet” indeed. (“ah, ye’re all right. Tell ye the truth, a’m interested in the wugs. Specially the one with bird shit on it.”)

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  24. 41
    Kev says:

    Another spineless Lib Dumb Twat

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  25. 42
    EdButLookBalls says:

    BBC News Live Text – a picture of retardED with the caption 1558: Ed Miliband in full flow. (Meaning is Ed Miliband in full flow, PISSING SHITE)!!!

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  26. 43
    Tony M says:

    Like all cowards, he’s a two faced prick.

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  27. 45
    Clear the decks says:

    Go on Dave. Call a snap election in the new year. Labour don’t have a hope.

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  28. 46
    Tony Bliar is a CUNT..... says:

    Clegg is a C.U.N.T…………Call a referendum on the EU, in or out……. Followed by a general election, get rid of the Libdums once and for all…….

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  29. 47
    Well it's a thought says:

    Looks like Camby has seen how the polls are going, that other flat nosed person is really out of his depth.

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  30. 48
    A Bloke of A Certain Age says:

    A labour MP currently speaking about incompetence, well good to see someone talking about a subject they are experts in.

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  31. 51
    MrAngry61 says:

    McShame in full flow – his voice infuriates me, and that’s not counting the Europhilic rubbish that he spouts!

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  32. 55
    bergen says:

    So much for leading from the front. I was trying to remember who specialised in McCavity routines when bad news was announced. Some fellow from Kirkaldy who seems now to have disappeared entirely ,I think. Not a career to follow…..

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    Mornington Crescent says:

    From the Beeb: “Milly Dowler’s voicemail messages were “most likely” deleted automatically, says the Metropolitan Police.”

    If true, that nasty little 4×2 is going to have to do some serious apologising to the House and beyond for dancing on Dowler’s grave for his own advantage.

    Guido, please don’t let this one pass.

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  34. 64
    Anon says:

    Looks like it was to much for Vince the castrated french pooddle as he has now disappeared from front bench

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  35. 65
    Where's the gurning mong? says:

    Is Gordon in the house? Or is he jetting round the world spreading his halitosis for £30,000 an hour?

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  36. 66
    Speed Camera says:

    Oi……that Mr Huhne got back quick from his “Climate (give me all of your) Change” jolly. Did he take a jet or did he (or his wife) drive back at an incredibly high speed. Ferkin’ large carb footprint either way if you ask me. T055er.

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      Hi sailors! says:

      Apropos of which it is nice to see that the Canadians have told Kyoto to fug off. Just saved themselves a few hundred million dollars in the process.

      D.Cam please note….

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    Speed Camera says:

    Oi……that Mr Huhne got back quick from his “Climate (give me all of your) Change” jolly. Did he take a jet or did he (or his wife) drive back at an incredibly high speed. Ferkin’ large carb footprint either way if you ask me.

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  38. 74
    Mrs Clegg (Nicholas' mummy) says:

    Dear Mr Speaker,

    Little Nicky can’t come to parliament today because those big boys from the bigger school are bullying him.

    Last night he cried himself to sleep and so he’s very tired.

    I must also complain that the boys from Eton stole his PE kit and so he won’t we doing any games either.

    Yours,

    Nick Mrs Clegg

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      Phil says:

      Certified copy :

      Dear Mr Speaker,

      Little Nicky can’t come to parliament today because those big boys from the bigger school are bullying him.

      Last night he cried himself to sleep and so he’s very tired.

      I must also complain that the boys from Eton stole his PE kit and so he won’t we doing any games either.

      Signed,

      My MUM

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  39. 76
    David Cameron says:

    Who is Nick

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      Lord Oaksulk says:

      Nick is our brilliant FibDem leader. He is sitting on my knee blubbing his little heart out. Ah, bless !!

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    bergen says:

    Rather surprisingly, Gavin Hewitt has a distinctly eurosceptic piece on the BBC news website.He needs to mind his back-that’s a P45 matter.

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      John Kane says:

      Think the penny might have dropped that they have gone too far this time and had better be able to point to at least one piece of balanced reporting.

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        Key Yoto says:

        Here in darkest Asia, the Beeb covered live both Cameron and Milliband’s pontifications sans interruption. But as soon as Cameron stood up to respond to the Milispeech, two pompous beeboid women butted in to exchange views/commentary on what Milli had just said – thereby avoiding the need to let the world hear the PM’s response to the Militirade. They really are a bunch of [grapes] aren’t they? Happily though we do not pay their tax extortion.

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  41. 92
    Yummy says:

    What’s the name of the mp sitting right behind Osborne? She’s sitting next to Esther Macvey and has got nice legs and cleavage.

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  42. 93
    Anonymous says:

    ! Squeak”…. cracking cheese Grommit

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  43. 94
    FibBems says:

    Who called us ‘lickspittles’ ??

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      Must get a pseudonym one day says:

      That was our hero, Philip Davies, the genuinely honourable member for Shipley. Top man.

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  44. 95
    Boy George says:

    I do like the funny facial expressions Osborne makes when taunting the labour frontbench.

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  45. 98
    smoggie says:

    It’s Nick’s job to keep Vince and Co. indignant but not so much that they quit. It’s Dave’s job to keep the bloodlust of the skeptics up but not so much that they call a leadership contest or indeed a referendum. Somehow they’ve kept the Coalition together and raised its popularity.

    Best double act since Cannon and Ball, mark my words.

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  46. 102
    Nick Clegg's Handlers says:

    We can take you where we’re holding Mr Clegg, but you will be blindfolded and driven around aimlessly for an hour…

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  47. 104
    Dad says:

    The lights are going out all over Europe, and we ain’t putting a shilling in the meter.

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    Anonymous says:

    Little Cleggy is like a semi-house-trained puppy in the Coalition Government. From time to time, he makes a Cleggypuddle somewhere, to get himself noticed. Then one of the grown-ups has to clean up the latest little Cleggymess.

    He has probably been put out in the yard of the House of Commons, and is now feeling very sorry for himself.

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    Nick Clegg's Handlers says:

    We can take you where we’re holding Mr Clegg, but you will be blindfolded and we will “take a circuitous route” aimlessly for an hour…

    (Forgot about a forbidden word.)

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  50. 114
    John Bull. says:

    Clegg – yellow by nature as well as yellow by party colour!

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  51. 115
    John Bull. says:

    Actually the Squeaker has been quite funny today.

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  52. 116
    John Bull. says:

    Millipede actually managed to string a few words into sentences today.

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  53. 121
    Brunel the Visionary says:

    Only about 100 MPs in the Chamber while Dave is explaining one of the most important decisions for years. Where are the other 500+ skiving bxstxrds?
    Running up yet more expenses and stuffing their various orifices no doubt.

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  54. 123
    Esmerelda says:

    Where’s (the) Wally ?

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  55. 124
    Hootch says:

    Weak, Weak, Weak. Cameron probably has him dressed up in a Gimp outfit.

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  56. 125
    www.comparethemerkozy.com says:

    Milliband minor has now reappeared in the Chamber, miraculously, without his balls.

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  57. 126
    NelsonsGoodeye says:

    Clarke, Cable ‘n’ Huhne sitting side by side………there’s GOTTA be three better men Dave can find to fill those seats, surely?

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  58. 132
    gs_schweik says:

    Just watched Clegg ‘explaining’ on Sky .
    He seems confused…and, er now..
    I know I bloody am

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  59. 137
    MandyPickleSniffer says:

    Can someone pls help me on this one issue…Wasn’t able to catch it live, but I was watching the PM statement on the Euro veto on the computer a little while ago, then had the displeasure of watching Milliband’s hysterical ranting, but then the video stopped…so I never saw the PM’s retort.
    Going on to BBC iplayer, and other sites as well, the videos all seem to stop at that point. Are they afraid to show Cameron making the point (as I’m told he did) that Labour would also have vetoed the deal? Is the BBC scared to show Cameron challenging Milliband to declare whether he would’ve vetoed the deal or gone along with the rest of the lemmings? Does anyone have a link to the FULL proceedings? Much appreciated.

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  60. 143
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Clegg will be gone by Easter.

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    Cressida's Dick says:

    I like Kate Hoey. She may be on the ‘wrong’ side of the house but says what she feels. Unlike the 2 mong ‘colleagues’ behind her taking the piss whilst she was speaking.

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  62. 147
    Old Blue Eyes says:

    One person who was there was that bloody old fool Dennis Skinner. I’m sure he just goes there to keep out of the cold. What I would like to know is, if he is the good socialist he professes to be why is he still occupying a parliamentary seat when well past pensionable age. Shouldn’t he be retired in favour of some younger unemployed idiot ?

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    • 159
      Rog says:

      Perhaps he’s trying to avoid his journey to the Lords.

      If he comes across as a thick, uncouth twat in the HoC, imagine his discomfitude draped in ermine, with all the others pointing and laughing at him.

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      The Least of Bolsover says:

      Skinner looks more and more like a grotesque Regency political caricature.

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    • 166
      The Least of Bolsover says:

      Skinner looks more and more like a grotesque Regency political cartoon.

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  63. 148
    HenryV says:

    Labour were shite. Where do they get MPs from?

    I thought on several occasions that Ed Miliband had soiled himself…..

    Esther M. was looking lovely.

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  64. 149
    dumb EU debate says:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/democracylive/hi/northern_ireland/default.stm

    Deep meaningful debate on the EU in the NI Assembly. Close these tinpot talking shops down

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  65. 175
    Ex Voter says:

    Whilst the rest of the House of Commons was debating the Euro “veto”, Cleggy was in a room on his own complaining about isolation. You couldn’t make it up could you?

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  66. 177
    Brunel the Visionary says:

    Give the Protland back to the Pikeys. Rebuild Hadrian’s Wall with machine gun posts. Demolish the Severn Bridges. If we don’t want any of our City of London taxes flowing to Europe, why pay for these idle provincial scroungers?

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