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Flood Petition

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by Clubshot, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. Clubshot

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    signed and shared on that booky site thing
     
  3. SteveO

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    Signed!

    The government are a bl00dy disgrace, Camerloon suddenly U-turning on policy after no doubt being pressed by friends whose homes are now in the path of the riding floods.

    Didn't give a flying 5hit about the commoners until it involved people who he is directly involved with!

    He's got to go.... :rolleyes: :thefinger2::handjob:
     
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    Signed... Hopefully they will listen, fingers crossed eh.
     
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    Lol, what a waste of time ! We have been paying Into the eu for years now, who knows how much , billions, maybe trillions of pounds by now, as a result of this we are entitled to claim emergency/disaster money from them but if Cameron won't accept their free money he certainly isn't going to stop paying out foreign welfare because people sign a petition is he ,for perspective in 2007 their were some 60,000 homes affected by flooding which is ten times the amount affected this year
     
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  8. Stevie Darling

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    Yes they don't give a ****, and never will!!

    Signed it anyway:)
     
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    Signed..................The trouble with all politicians is that they're all as bad as each other!!!!!!!!
     
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    While I agree with you in some respects, I must say if you choose to live on a flood plain, or river bank, you should expect to get your feat wet. but yes I do think money should be spent on flood victims, instead of foreign aid.
     
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    I totally agree with you in this respect. Anyone who buys a house in a known flood plain knows at some point it will flood. A little help from the government wouldn't go amiss though.
     
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    I want to know why Cameron didn't stop the rain? we need a new wind minister why did they let it blow so hard I know, I know, it was to blow our benefits away, them rich people don't have to put up with it, not many people know this but the houses of parliament float, they don't make our houses float because Cameron wants to drown us all.
     

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