July 2nd, 2014

GUY NEWS SPECIAL: David Ruffley: The Voters’ Verdict

Guy News has travelled down to Bury St. Edmunds to ask David Ruffley’s constituents whether they think it is appropriate for a man who has accepted a caution for assaulting a woman to remain as their MP. The people have spoken, and they want a by-election…


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  1. 1

    That feeling of deja vu keeps coming back again and again…

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    • 6
      Pookie Snackumberger says:

      You can say that again.

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    • 7
      LUDICROUS says:

      He should not have accepted a caution.

      What are the police for?

      Why are the police now acting as go betweens and self proclaimed judges in what are essentially arguments?

      Why are the police devoting 50% of their time to facebook and Twitter disputes?

      By accepting a caution this cowardly MP has perpetuated the police’s share grab as a uniformed branch of RELATE.

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      • 30
        PC Plod says:

        It’s easier than catching villains. I don’t need to leave the station and I keep my clothes clean.

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      • 39

        I agree. Owning up to an offence and accepting a modest penalty is a bad choice.

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      • 71
        Dixon in the Dock says:

        It’s a budget thing. If our Boys actually comply with PACE etc, then refer to CPA, then attend Court for the hearing the cost of pursuing a routine matter for which the Crim’ gets no sentence, it will mean lower recruiting ( the actual method of number-reduction rather than dismissal for redundancy). Also, it is still a top-down ACPO direction of policy. It reduces crime statistics. But…..less crime =less Bobbies. Turkeys and Christmas.

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          Twampersand mk II says:

          They’re not ‘our boys’.

          They are usually momma’s boys, psycho-bastard fairies in a pseudo-military uniform, a criminal gang with a criminal culture, language, gang-signs and clothing.

          The kind of people that grew up wanting to be a football referee, instead of a striker.

          Just doin’ me job, innit?

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          • Us'n'them says:

            It’s easy to talk like that until you need them.

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          • Anonymous says:

            It’s a lot easier if you have needed them and they have explained that they are not going to do anything.

            They blatantly ignore the democratic system and decide for themselves what is and is not against the law. If it’s illegal but the police think it shouldn’t be, they will ignore it. If it isn’t illegal but police think it should be, they will find something to charge you with.

            A classic example: the police think it should be illegal to drive an old car or particularly a van. If you are seen doing this, you will be stopped and questioned regularly.

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      • 119
        inside out says:

        The police like an easy life,sitting in office eating doughnuts and looking at a screen fulfil that criteria.

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    • 42
      ruffley speaking says:

      ooh ‘e’s a caution!

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  2. 2
    cured lefty says:

    Whats the problem nigel hit on men……oh yes men.

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  3. 3
    lescrompsblogg says:

    Kick the fucker out

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  4. 4
    DrVon2 says:

    Get them all to sign this petition then. http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/56449

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  5. 5

    Bye…Bye..By~Election…..ennit!!

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  6. 8
    PENIS ENLARGEMENT says:

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      ? says:

      What’s wrong with the integration idea we’ve been using for the last 60 years?
      You know the one?
      Lower standards across the board thus making the uncivilised behaviour of any newcomers look normal.

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    • 18
      Anonymous says:

      They do not want to be “integrated”

      They do not want our land laws to apply to them. Schooling laws, building laws they want to live in the same physical place, but not be integrated in the tax system etc.

      We should be fighting for the same degree of freedom they get.

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      • 67
        M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

        Fair point, except I hope you don’t expect me to shit in the woods.

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        • 84
          Trees - woods. Woods -trees. Ha ha says:

          Which woods had you in mind? The ones that are historical and the Government will be having removed to make way for HS2 or the woods that our burgeoning imports of Immigrants are cutting down for fuel. Or the ones that aren’t being planted because legitimate tax-planning aka tax avoidance is being poisoned and nobody wants to waster their time. It’s easier yo go the whole hog and ship your money off-shore.

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    • 34
      Adolf Butlin says:

      I’m building a nice holiday camp for them with big chimneys.

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    • 43

      I’m frightened of them!

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    • 54
      The EU has money to throw away says:

      The award is 14, 000 Euros for the winner in each country. Will the Brit get his in pounds?

      My idea would be to integrate them back into East Europe.

      http://ec.europa.eu/enlargement/news_corner/roma-award/index_en.htm

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    • 56
      Anon says:

      I would go check the lead flashing if I were you.

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  7. 9

    Classic example of why a recall mechanism is needed – a proper one, not the toothless nonsense they are proposing.

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    • 15
      Alf Garnett says:

      Spot on. I can’t think of an instance where the power of recall would be more appropriate than with this particular MP and his behaviour.

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  8. 10
    A nice Camermong interlude before elevenses says:

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    • 106
      Twampersand mk II says:

      Utter insanity. Cameron should be hanged.

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    • 111
      "Little Japaner" says:

      England is one fucked up country.

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    • 115
      Its all BS says:

      Tony Blair was a Tory. David Cameron Sounds like a Labour candidate.

      Nigel Farage sounds like Enoch Powell.

      That is it I’m emigrating.

      My choice is between the left and right who are owned by the bankers and ultra powerful. Or Nigel Farage who wants to bring about a fascist revolution.

      Like I said I’m out

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      • 117
        Cheerio and thanks for all the bed-wetting says:

        “fascist revolution”

        You are obviously a silly bed-wetter who cannot think for him/herself and you’d be better off in North Korea anyway.

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  9. 11
    Now that is a Good Idea. Ban Ramadan says:

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    • 24
      Ping Pong the Muslim China bloke says:

      Oh dear I’ll have to eat this delicious cake at lunchtime.
      I feel oppressed.

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    • 112
      The two Muppets says:

      You try and practise Christianity in Saudi and see how long you last .

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    • 120
      inside out says:

      Why hasn’t Anjem Choudary emigrated to the Calaphte,thats what he wants in England.

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    • 125
      Anonymous says:

      Sounds like a good idea. It is used as an excuse: “I can’t work properly because I;m hungry – it’s Ramadan you know”. They want school exams moved because “it’s not fair to our kids to have them during Ramadan because they can’t concentrate”.

      Don’t subject your kids to your stupid woo woo religion then.

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  10. 12
    Morgan's Organ says:

    As George W would say ‘Yeo Ruuffley!’ What is it about Suffolk that they elect such arrogant arses?

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  11. 13
    England is becumin a ferd world cess-pit innit says:

    For the first time in five years or so i tuned into Newsnight last night,,,and was instantly assailed by a bunch of leftist filth who were all highly indignant that the proles can’t see Millirat as a PM

    Maitliss, Lord Adonis, R Sylvester and the vile Hasan were all seemingly disgusted that the Marxist rat will only scrape into No10 next May, at least on the current polling evidence.

    Obviously the cumulative effect of Union corruption, relentless BBC lies, and third world postal voting fraud may make Millirat’s victory more comfortable than seems likely at the moment.

    I turned it off after five minutes of course

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    • 102
      Village Idiot says:

      ….I admire your courage and staying power; I have yet to brave it after app 10years of abstinence!

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  12. 14
    Because they ain't in the EU Den says:

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    • 25
      Rotheram says:

      You still shagging that hag Denis?

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    • 32
      'We' this 'we' that and the other speak for yourself Mcshame says:

      Didn’t see you rushing to protect any fucker in Kosovo Denis just send some working class boy from Oop North to do it.
      You c*nt

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      • 76
        ex squadie says:

        +1

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      • 78
        non taxable pikey says:

        First ones into Kosovo were the Paras and the Gurkhas (other than the ones we don’t talk about.) First thing the M_us_lim Kosovan refugees saw as they exited the place was the Magen David flying over two IDF field hospitals. Denis was conspicuous by his absence.

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    • 104
      Bob Rusk says:

      Not great enough to get into the quarters you fucking mong. Oh, and remind me, who was in power around 1999? So this ‘we’ business is actually ‘you’ and your rotten party.

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    • 113
      Hoos Khuntri says:

      Real name: Denis Matyjaszek

      So a second generation immigrant wants more immigration

      Something of a fucking surprise

      ——————————

      In other news, r@pists want more r@pe

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    • 123
      John Bellingham says:

      And struck by the Curse of McShane, Switzerlan promptly lose and are knocked out of the world cup.

      BTW, the Swiss enver seemed that keen on foreigners when I lived there.

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  13. 16
    UKIP is the only way to vote says:

    I thought advertising was banned on the bBBC, if so why are we getting this tennis garbage on every couple of minutes, time the bBBC went to a modern way of collecting money to pay to run it and allowed people to make their mind up not to pay for the trash that we are forced to pay for even though we don’t watch it, remember you need a bBBC licence even to watch SKY or any other companies.

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    • 58
      Why keep paying for something you don't want? says:

      Well, how many more times do people have to be told to simply not pay it? When the renewal notice thumps on your doormat, just chuck it in the bin. If a few million people took this simply money saving action the BBC would simply disappear from our screens.

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    • 100
      Sue Denim says:

      Remember – you don’t need a brain to watch Sky either. It is mandatory to not have a brain to watch ITV.

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  14. 19
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    As more and more of the world’s 7 billion (and rising) people demand a Western standard of living, which means an ever increasing demand for energy and mineral resources coupled with a finite dwindling supply, it doesn’t take a degree in rocket science to predict the future of the human race as soon as demand outstrips supply.

    1. Resource wars breakout (some of which could go nuclear).

    2. Governments try to enforce rationing leading to riots.

    3. Governments ban and confiscate all motor cars,commercial airliners etc in order to prioritise remaining fuel for mechanised agriculture (combine harvesters and tractors).

    4. Mechanised agriculture eventually grinds to a halt and mass starvation ensues.

    5. Only about 1 in 50 people survive to end up living a feudal agricultural existence, exactly as we did before the industrial revolution.

    6. The human race remains in this state until we are wiped out by a passing comet/asteroid or the Sun becomes to hot for life on Earth.

    Game Over!

    There are already signs that the tipping point (demand exceeding supply) has been reached for oil & gas.

    1. Fracking for gas is gathering pace worldwide.

    2. The USA is dipping into its oil reserve.

    3 Oil rich Arab countries are pumping seawater into their wells to extract the last dregs.

    4. All UK households must by law have smart meters fitted by 2020 (ready for government monitoring and rationing etc).

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    • 22
      Look on the bright side says:

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      • 36

        Does John Prescott tinkle the ivories, I wonder?

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        • 48
          Ed Balls (The Liberace of Doncaster) says:

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          • Franz Liszt says:

            It looks like an electronic piano that plays itself.

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          • Shoe_Man says:

            Very brave to even attempt something so far beyond him. That is actually the easiest piece from Kinderszehen.
            They faded it out to save poor ED from further embarrassment. Bit like the early England exit from the World Cup………..

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          • Piles of Liberace says:

            Nah. It’s a 4 cylinder Yamaha. O-60 in 1.5 secs. Far too quick for shitfer brains. Anytime soon they’re going to bang up Balls for offences to music and drive-by music-mangling.

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          • Observa says:

            Balls is something of a fat cΰnt – must be all that tax-payer subsidised food and drink.

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    • 28
      11.9 says:

      You are stark raving bonkers, do not understand the difference between too and to and you haven’t got a clue about what the USA’s oil reserve is. Go back to bed and sleep it off.

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      • 62
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        I notice you haven’t faulted my logical step by step collapse of civilisation.

        My predictions are bound to come true, it is only a matter of when not if.

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    • 41
      I wont go hungry says:

      You can make sausages out of all sorts you know even fat chavs.
      Meat on the hoof so to speak.

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    • 46
      Mother Nature says:

      Alternatively I am already toying with the idea of a nice new virus mutation. This will be transported worldwide within 24 hours by the airlines.

      90% of humans will be infected within a week. 50% dead within a fortnight. Only 1% left after one month.

      A very satisfactory virtual mass extinction of the most destructive species that I have unwisely allowed to evolve. End of problem.

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    • 50
      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      He’s definitely one of the gas oven brigade but the planet’s rising population should be far more of a concern than global warming.

      I guess there’s less tax dollars to be made from the former.

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    • 53
      Party_Invites says:

      Always nice to meet an optimistic sort of person.

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  15. 21
    Milibandwagon says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if Miliband stands up at PMQs today and blames Cameron for not stopping Rolf Harris.

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  16. 23
    Pookie Snackumberger says:

    Another labour peer gives us his thoughts.

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  17. 27
    ERIC PICKLES says:

    “You could stick a blue rosette on a pig and it would still win Bury St Edmunds”

    Absolute rubbish !

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  18. 33
    David Roughly says:

    i have a criminal record. No, not I’m A Barbie Girl.

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  19. 35
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    The bloke’s name is ‘Ruffley’.

    His girlfriend would have been fine if she’d gone out with Judge George Gently, clearly.

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  20. 45
    Peterjobes says:

    How can Guy News travel down to Bury St Edmunds when it is up North East of Geedo Towers?

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  21. 47

    I went to Bury St Edmunds, but they told me he was still alive.

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  22. 49
    Curious says:

    Wiki is a bit short on detail about this cvnt. Personal life?

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  23. 52
    Anonymous says:

    … and they should be allowed a by-election.

    The proportion of voters needed should be no more than the higher of: 15% of the registered electorate or 25% of the number who voted at the last relevant election (GE for MPs, EU for MEPs, Council for Councillors, etc).

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    • 64
      Not in my name says:

      All a waste of time and pixels in the run up to an election.

      He will cling on like a limpet.

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    Lax Mifford, jailbird says:

    Can I use this forum to get a message to Rolf? When you’re sent down to Leyhill, please bring:

    – a carton of Marlborough
    – Earl Grey, not teabags!
    – CDs of Now that’s what I call music! vols. 1 to 389
    – A naturist magazine, fnar! fnar!
    – Some lavender notelets
    – M&S boxers, size L

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    Labour's whole 5 year budget is financed by taking from the bankers says:

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    • 63
      Ed Ballsup says:

      And the magic money tree.

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    • 65
      Labour to cripple the only industry making money says:

      You can just imagine that when team Ed sit around the table and dream up their next cunning plan to spend even more money, when some brave soul asks where is the money coming from, they all say in unison “the bankers”.

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    • 86
      Harridan Harmanhater says:

      Don’t forget the tax on bankers’ bonuses.

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    Passing pedant says:

    When are.

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    H@rry must be holding his map upside down.

    You don’t travel from London down to Bury St Edmunds. You travel up.

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  29. 77
    Ed Miliband says:

    so my plan for roma integration is to open our borders, send out searchparties for all their mates, give them free houses free benefits and tell the police to turn a blind eye to the national past times of pick pocketing and metal theft, get the BBC to do a documentary on how good it is to be a happy smiley multicultural society and just wall paper over the cracks and pretend nothing is wrong – can I have my 14,000 EUR pls

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  30. 83
    Rolf says:

    I wont have far to shuffle for a piss and I’ll have plenty of time to paint.
    Could be worse.

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  31. 85
    non taxable pikey says:

    Has Knacker felt Brittan’s collar yet?

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  32. 88
    David Ruffley says:

    Should have battered the bitch properly

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  33. 90
    UKIP the voice of reason says:

    Ruffley should convert to islam and then he would be allowed to beat his women with a stick no thicker than his thumb and get away with it.

    The religion of peace is a home for mysogynist wife beaters fully protected by sharia law coming to the UK soon

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  34. 92
    Oh, really? says:

    The voter’s verdict? “Ooh, ‘e was a lovely, polite young man. Nicely turned out, but ‘e really should get as decent haircut.”

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  35. 99
    Anonymous says:

    “Guy News has travelled down to Bury St. Edmunds to ask David Ruffley’s constituents whether they think it is appropriate for a man who has accepted a caution for assaulting a woman to remain as their MP.”
    Maybe you’re talking to the wrong guys. Surely Nick Clegg is the one who should be being asked, why he despises democracy so much he actively blocked the people’s right to rectify such aberrations.

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  36. 103
    Chris The Leatherman says:

    Do you think someone could teach Tory Bear how to shave?

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  37. 109
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    I have the misfortune to have a house in David Ruffley’s constituancy. I wrote to him once and his reply was arrogant, and patronising. He deserves everything he gets.

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  38. 121

    It is all a stitch up really. Almost as if pre-destined.

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