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Charlie The Tramp Returns

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  1. In the 12 months leading up to July 2013, UK Bank and Building Societies wrote-off £3.67 billion of loans to individuals; the lowest amount for over 6 years. In Q2 of this year, they wrote-off £694 million, of which £371 million was credit card debt – amounting to a daily write-off £7.61m. The total write-offs have continued to follow a steady downward trend since 2012, but the Q2 fall is the most significant since mid-2011.

    Credit Action

    Rip Off Rents

  2. It appears Wonga have found a way not to show their APR at the base of their TV adverts. A touch of come on in we let you know how much you pay up front if you don`t want it don`t take it. Makes the victim look no further once they have been seized in the true darkness of hell known as their website. Justin should carry out an exorcism then turn them into good disciples. :unsure:

  3. The moral of the story is be carefull what you wish for UKIP/Eurosceptic voters....it's might just come to pass...better the devil you know...

    The Germans got rid of their Devil ( Fascism )and the East Europeans escaped the trap of the Soviet yoke. So maybe we should get rid of our Devil the Soviet Socialist Federal Republic better known as the EU. ;)

  4. UKIP were in second place in over 600 seats.

    Some more facts after number crunching and the real reason the other Party Leaders need their nappies changing. :D

    1.25 million votes across the country – more than at the last General Election

    UKIP won 154 Council seats (including 6 at District/Unitary by-elections)

    Average of 24.6% of the vote where we stood

    17 County Council seats in Kent, 16 in Lincolnshire, 12 in Cambridgeshire, 9 in Essex

    UKIP will become the ‘official opposition’ or hold the balance of power on a number of Councils

    The Eastern Counties (26.2%) and South East (26.1%) were UKIP’s top two performing regions.

    878 UKIP candidates finished in second place

    776 UKIP candidates took more than 25% of the vote

    In wards where UKIP and the Lib Dems went head to head, UKIP took over 300,000 votes more than the Lib Dems

    In wards where UKIP and Labour went head to head, UKIP took almost 200,000 votes more than Labour

    UKIP finishes ahead of the Conservatives in almost 500 seats across the country

    UKIP took the most votes across at least 2 Parliamentary constituencies (Great Yarmouth and Boston & Skegness), possibly more.

    UKIP took a total of 15 seats across Norfolk, and now Norfolk is in No Overall Control.

    The UKIP gains in Hampshire were spread across the county, with other wins coming in Havant, Fareham, Farnborough, Andover and New Forest.

  5. She's a rabid sexist, shocking woman.

    She`s also a shocking driver. :rolleyes:

    In 2003, Harman was fined £400 and banned from driving for seven days after being convicted of driving at 99 mph (159 km/h) on a motorway, 29 mph (47 km/h) above the speed limit.

    In 2007, Harman was issued with a £60 fixed penalty notice and given three penalty points on her licence for driving at 50 mph (80 km/h) in a temporary 40 mph (64 km/h) zone. Harman paid the fine several months late and avoided appearing at Ipswich magistrates court. Harman was again caught breaking the speed limit the following April, this time in a 30 mph zone, receiving a further 3 points on her driving licence.

    In January 2010, Harman pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention in relation to an incident on 3 July where she struck another vehicle whilst driving using a mobile phone, she admitted the offence in court becoming the first serving Cabinet minister in memory to plead guilty to a criminal offence. Harman was fined £350, ordered to pay £70 costs, a £15 victim surcharge and had three points added to her licence. Road safety organisations such as Brake condemned the leniency of the punishment and decision to drop the charge of driving whilst using a mobile phone. The judge defended the decision stating "Ms Harman’s guilty plea to driving without due care and attention included her admitting that she had been using a mobile phone at the time".

  6. Vote for what?

    These people are vile careerists. So Clarke realises that UKIP are clowns however what he probably doesn't realise is that a large proportion of people would actually dump all politicians in the same bucket.

    Littlejohn on Clarke, how b****y true. :rolleyes:

    Clarke The Real Clown

    Extremist? If UKIP had sprung up in Egypt, or Poland before the fall of the Iron Curtain, it would have been hailed as a spontaneous popular, democratic movement. So what if it is a protest party?
  7. By giving up his title of 2nd Viscount Stansgate and becoming a controversial left wing socialist he received the publicity he craved. As Viscount Stansgate who the hell would have had a clue who he was. :rolleyes:

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