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« Reply #2190 on: December 02, 2021, 09:07:30 AM »
Commission for flags, identity, culture and tradition out today, £800k later and not one agreed implementation and we all know why but it'll be spun that ones as bad as the other.

I was literally about to reply to say that the SDLP will no doubt be first out of the blocks trying to play that particular card. Then I thought to myself, 'they probably already have'. So I went on the BBC news website to read their report....and sure enough, the section of the report where it outlines how SF are calling for the recommendations to be implemented was followed immediately by the SDLP response which is that its the fault of both the DUP and SF.

FFS do the stoops really think people are so stupid that they can't see through this tactic by now?

What recommendations lol. Did you not notice there was no action plan . And wasn't it Naomi long who led the criticism, by the way every party apart from the 2 money suckers criticised it. It's called opposition politics. Now drop that massive chip off your shoulder

How so?

Naomi sits in government as a justice minister, yet criticises another department in the same government?

The DUP do the same when Swann and the executive put out new Covid guidelines and she's the first to criticise them for mixed messaging and rightly so.

Remember the Alliance in Belfast City Council didn't support the implementation of the same regulations for bonfires being applied to council property as they currently implement for third party bookings on their premises..

As for the lack of an action plan, the dogs in the street know it has to be agreed by the execute and guess who didn't want anything done about this?


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« Reply #2191 on: December 02, 2021, 10:24:28 AM »
Commission for flags, identity, culture and tradition out today, £800k later and not one agreed implementation and we all know why but it'll be spun that ones as bad as the other.

I was literally about to reply to say that the SDLP will no doubt be first out of the blocks trying to play that particular card. Then I thought to myself, 'they probably already have'. So I went on the BBC news website to read their report....and sure enough, the section of the report where it outlines how SF are calling for the recommendations to be implemented was followed immediately by the SDLP response which is that its the fault of both the DUP and SF.

FFS do the stoops really think people are so stupid that they can't see through this tactic by now?

What recommendations lol. Did you not notice there was no action plan . And wasn't it Naomi long who led the criticism, by the way every party apart from the 2 money suckers criticised it. It's called opposition politics. Now drop that massive chip off your shoulder

How so?

Naomi sits in government as a justice minister, yet criticises another department in the same government?

The DUP do the same when Swann and the executive put out new Covid guidelines and she's the first to criticise them for mixed messaging and rightly so.

Remember the Alliance in Belfast City Council didn't support the implementation of the same regulations for bonfires being applied to council property as they currently implement for third party bookings on their premises..

As for the lack of an action plan, the dogs in the street know it has to be agreed by the execute and guess who didn't want anything done about this?

You mean like SF criticising Nichola Mallon every time there is a pot hole? My point is that they dont agree as a group, they oppose who in their minds are their threat in next election, not sure why posters are surprised at that. SF have a massive chip in this regard.

Yes and we know now from the report that SF and DUP were the 2 not able to agree on an action plan-the dogs on the street know it as you said

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« Reply #2192 on: December 02, 2021, 10:34:27 AM »
Commission for flags, identity, culture and tradition out today, £800k later and not one agreed implementation and we all know why but it'll be spun that ones as bad as the other.

I was literally about to reply to say that the SDLP will no doubt be first out of the blocks trying to play that particular card. Then I thought to myself, 'they probably already have'. So I went on the BBC news website to read their report....and sure enough, the section of the report where it outlines how SF are calling for the recommendations to be implemented was followed immediately by the SDLP response which is that its the fault of both the DUP and SF.

FFS do the stoops really think people are so stupid that they can't see through this tactic by now?

What recommendations lol. Did you not notice there was no action plan . And wasn't it Naomi long who led the criticism, by the way every party apart from the 2 money suckers criticised it. It's called opposition politics. Now drop that massive chip off your shoulder

How so?

Naomi sits in government as a justice minister, yet criticises another department in the same government?

The DUP do the same when Swann and the executive put out new Covid guidelines and she's the first to criticise them for mixed messaging and rightly so.

Remember the Alliance in Belfast City Council didn't support the implementation of the same regulations for bonfires being applied to council property as they currently implement for third party bookings on their premises..

As for the lack of an action plan, the dogs in the street know it has to be agreed by the execute and guess who didn't want anything done about this?

You mean like SF criticising Nichola Mallon every time there is a pot hole? My point is that they dont agree as a group, they oppose who in their minds are their threat in next election, not sure why posters are surprised at that. SF have a massive chip in this regard.

Yes and we know now from the report that SF and DUP were the 2 not able to agree on an action plan-the dogs on the street know it as you said

Which one of those two have most to lose with their base if an action plan was in place? Answers on a postcard to 91 Dundela Avenue now that they've painted the front door.

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« Reply #2193 on: December 02, 2021, 10:44:09 AM »
Commission for flags, identity, culture and tradition out today, £800k later and not one agreed implementation and we all know why but it'll be spun that ones as bad as the other.

I was literally about to reply to say that the SDLP will no doubt be first out of the blocks trying to play that particular card. Then I thought to myself, 'they probably already have'. So I went on the BBC news website to read their report....and sure enough, the section of the report where it outlines how SF are calling for the recommendations to be implemented was followed immediately by the SDLP response which is that its the fault of both the DUP and SF.

FFS do the stoops really think people are so stupid that they can't see through this tactic by now?

What recommendations lol. Did you not notice there was no action plan . And wasn't it Naomi long who led the criticism, by the way every party apart from the 2 money suckers criticised it. It's called opposition politics. Now drop that massive chip off your shoulder

How so?

Naomi sits in government as a justice minister, yet criticises another department in the same government?

The DUP do the same when Swann and the executive put out new Covid guidelines and she's the first to criticise them for mixed messaging and rightly so.

Remember the Alliance in Belfast City Council didn't support the implementation of the same regulations for bonfires being applied to council property as they currently implement for third party bookings on their premises..

As for the lack of an action plan, the dogs in the street know it has to be agreed by the execute and guess who didn't want anything done about this?

You mean like SF criticising Nichola Mallon every time there is a pot hole? My point is that they dont agree as a group, they oppose who in their minds are their threat in next election, not sure why posters are surprised at that. SF have a massive chip in this regard.

Yes and we know now from the report that SF and DUP were the 2 not able to agree on an action plan-the dogs on the street know it as you said

Which one of those two have most to lose with their base if an action plan was in place? Answers on a postcard to 91 Dundela Avenue now that they've painted the front door.

It is good that we spent 800k to get find out what we already knew

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« Reply #2194 on: December 02, 2021, 11:12:37 AM »
Commission for flags, identity, culture and tradition out today, £800k later and not one agreed implementation and we all know why but it'll be spun that ones as bad as the other.

I was literally about to reply to say that the SDLP will no doubt be first out of the blocks trying to play that particular card. Then I thought to myself, 'they probably already have'. So I went on the BBC news website to read their report....and sure enough, the section of the report where it outlines how SF are calling for the recommendations to be implemented was followed immediately by the SDLP response which is that its the fault of both the DUP and SF.

FFS do the stoops really think people are so stupid that they can't see through this tactic by now?

What recommendations lol. Did you not notice there was no action plan . And wasn't it Naomi long who led the criticism, by the way every party apart from the 2 money suckers criticised it. It's called opposition politics. Now drop that massive chip off your shoulder

How so?

Naomi sits in government as a justice minister, yet criticises another department in the same government?

The DUP do the same when Swann and the executive put out new Covid guidelines and she's the first to criticise them for mixed messaging and rightly so.

Remember the Alliance in Belfast City Council didn't support the implementation of the same regulations for bonfires being applied to council property as they currently implement for third party bookings on their premises..

As for the lack of an action plan, the dogs in the street know it has to be agreed by the execute and guess who didn't want anything done about this?

You mean like SF criticising Nichola Mallon every time there is a pot hole? My point is that they dont agree as a group, they oppose who in their minds are their threat in next election, not sure why posters are surprised at that. SF have a massive chip in this regard.

Yes and we know now from the report that SF and DUP were the 2 not able to agree on an action plan-the dogs on the street know it as you said

Which one of those two have most to lose with their base if an action plan was in place? Answers on a postcard to 91 Dundela Avenue now that they've painted the front door.

It is good that we spent 800k to get find out what we already knew

FFS do you understand the process that the action plan had to be signed off by DUP  in order to implement the action plan? Guess who would be the most affected by the 44 recommendations (Yes there was recommendations). Not nationalists. The DUP see every step towards a middle ground as an erosion of their right to rule, and their Britishness. Because they started in a position of extreme power and all the bells as whistles that go with that, it feels to them that just implementing power sharing is taking things away from them. When in reality it’s leveli g the balance. Off course they were going to oppose this. Doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be done and shouldn’t be highlighted. Blaming both sides as if they are equally involved in the lack of an implementation plan is giving the DUP an out they don’t deserve.
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« Reply #2195 on: December 02, 2021, 11:15:04 AM »

FFS do you understand the process that the action plan had to be signed off by DUP  in order to implement the action plan? Guess who would be the most affected by the 44 recommendations (Yes there was recommendations). Not nationalists. The DUP see every step towards a middle ground as an erosion of their right to rule, and their Britishness. Because they started in a position of extreme power and all the bells as whistles that go with that, it feels to them that just implementing power sharing is taking things away from them. When in reality it’s leveli g the balance. Off course they were going to oppose this. Doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be done and shouldn’t be highlighted. Blaming both sides as if they are equally involved in the lack of an implementation plan is giving the DUP an out they don’t deserve.

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« Reply #2196 on: December 02, 2021, 11:15:36 AM »

FFS do you understand the process that the action plan had to be signed off by DUP  in order to implement the action plan? Guess who would be the most affected by the 44 recommendations (Yes there was recommendations). Not nationalists. The DUP see every step towards a middle ground as an erosion of their right to rule, and their Britishness. Because they started in a position of extreme power and all the bells as whistles that go with that, it feels to them that just implementing power sharing is taking things away from them. When in reality it’s leveli g the balance. Off course they were going to oppose this. Doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be done and shouldn’t be highlighted. Blaming both sides as if they are equally involved in the lack of an implementation plan is giving the DUP an out they don’t deserve.

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« Reply #2197 on: December 02, 2021, 11:36:02 AM »
Commission for flags, identity, culture and tradition out today, £800k later and not one agreed implementation and we all know why but it'll be spun that ones as bad as the other.

I was literally about to reply to say that the SDLP will no doubt be first out of the blocks trying to play that particular card. Then I thought to myself, 'they probably already have'. So I went on the BBC news website to read their report....and sure enough, the section of the report where it outlines how SF are calling for the recommendations to be implemented was followed immediately by the SDLP response which is that its the fault of both the DUP and SF.

FFS do the stoops really think people are so stupid that they can't see through this tactic by now?

What recommendations lol. Did you not notice there was no action plan . And wasn't it Naomi long who led the criticism, by the way every party apart from the 2 money suckers criticised it. It's called opposition politics. Now drop that massive chip off your shoulder

"What recommendations?" There were 44 of them. And yes I did notice there was no implementation plan. That's kinda the whole point. As was reported yesterday on Radio Ulster, the DUP only agreed to release the report on the sole condition that there would be no implementation plan. SF, meanwhile, were actively arguing for an implementation plan to be made and calling for the those who were opposed to it, to explain why.

So yeah, a bit f**king warped of the SDLP to attempt to portray this as "they're as bad as eachother". Only fools buy such nonsense. Seemingly, you're among them.


(P.s. If there's one person on this earth that cannot accuse anyone else of having achip on their shoulder, it's you. Is there a single topic on this board that you haven't hijacked to have a cry about SF on?)

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« Reply #2198 on: December 02, 2021, 12:05:51 PM »
Commission for flags, identity, culture and tradition out today, £800k later and not one agreed implementation and we all know why but it'll be spun that ones as bad as the other.

I was literally about to reply to say that the SDLP will no doubt be first out of the blocks trying to play that particular card. Then I thought to myself, 'they probably already have'. So I went on the BBC news website to read their report....and sure enough, the section of the report where it outlines how SF are calling for the recommendations to be implemented was followed immediately by the SDLP response which is that its the fault of both the DUP and SF.

FFS do the stoops really think people are so stupid that they can't see through this tactic by now?

What recommendations lol. Did you not notice there was no action plan . And wasn't it Naomi long who led the criticism, by the way every party apart from the 2 money suckers criticised it. It's called opposition politics. Now drop that massive chip off your shoulder

"What recommendations?" There were 44 of them. And yes I did notice there was no implementation plan. That's kinda the whole point. As was reported yesterday on Radio Ulster, the DUP only agreed to release the report on the sole condition that there would be no implementation plan. SF, meanwhile, were actively arguing for an implementation plan to be made and calling for the those who were opposed to it, to explain why.

So yeah, a bit f**king warped of the SDLP to attempt to portray this as "they're as bad as eachother". Only fools buy such nonsense. Seemingly, you're among them.


(P.s. If there's one person on this earth that cannot accuse anyone else of having achip on their shoulder, it's you. Is there a single topic on this board that you haven't hijacked to have a cry about SF on?)

Really? We haven't heard much about it since July 2020 when it was in their laps. It would be remiss of any party not to challenge the fact that there is no plan surely?

The Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) has called the decision to publish without an implementation plan "a farce".

SDLP MLA Sinead McLaughlin, who chairs the Stormont committee tasked with scrutinising the work of the first and deputy first ministers, said it underlined the "dysfunction being driven to the heart of government by the DUP/Sinn Féin relationship".

"It is far too important a challenge to allow this document to become an £800,000 ornament at Stormont Castle," she said.

"In the absence of direction or leadership from the first ministers, I will be seeking to invite the co-chairs of the commission to come to our committee and outline their view on implementation of the report recommendations."



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« Reply #2201 on: December 02, 2021, 01:11:18 PM »
Commission for flags, identity, culture and tradition out today, £800k later and not one agreed implementation and we all know why but it'll be spun that ones as bad as the other.

I was literally about to reply to say that the SDLP will no doubt be first out of the blocks trying to play that particular card. Then I thought to myself, 'they probably already have'. So I went on the BBC news website to read their report....and sure enough, the section of the report where it outlines how SF are calling for the recommendations to be implemented was followed immediately by the SDLP response which is that its the fault of both the DUP and SF.

FFS do the stoops really think people are so stupid that they can't see through this tactic by now?

What recommendations lol. Did you not notice there was no action plan . And wasn't it Naomi long who led the criticism, by the way every party apart from the 2 money suckers criticised it. It's called opposition politics. Now drop that massive chip off your shoulder

"What recommendations?" There were 44 of them. And yes I did notice there was no implementation plan. That's kinda the whole point. As was reported yesterday on Radio Ulster, the DUP only agreed to release the report on the sole condition that there would be no implementation plan. SF, meanwhile, were actively arguing for an implementation plan to be made and calling for the those who were opposed to it, to explain why.

So yeah, a bit f**king warped of the SDLP to attempt to portray this as "they're as bad as eachother". Only fools buy such nonsense. Seemingly, you're among them.


(P.s. If there's one person on this earth that cannot accuse anyone else of having achip on their shoulder, it's you. Is there a single topic on this board that you haven't hijacked to have a cry about SF on?)

Really? We haven't heard much about it since July 2020 when it was in their laps. It would be remiss of any party not to challenge the fact that there is no plan surely?

The Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) has called the decision to publish without an implementation plan "a farce".

SDLP MLA Sinead McLaughlin, who chairs the Stormont committee tasked with scrutinising the work of the first and deputy first ministers, said it underlined the "dysfunction being driven to the heart of government by the DUP/Sinn Féin relationship".

"It is far too important a challenge to allow this document to become an £800,000 ornament at Stormont Castle," she said.

"In the absence of direction or leadership from the first ministers, I will be seeking to invite the co-chairs of the commission to come to our committee and outline their view on implementation of the report recommendations."


SF last week

"However, since then, for its own reasons, the DUP has resisted all attempts and subsequent deadlines to present a plan to the full executive on implementation of the report’s recommendations," he wrote.

He added: "There is no point working so long and hard for this important report to be put on a shelf."

More or less the same thing. (In fact I think SDLP were lucky not to be pulled on for plagiarism for the shelf/ ornament comment….)
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« Reply #2202 on: December 02, 2021, 01:40:42 PM »
DUP about to get nailed here on Spotlight it seems about the withdrawal of Border Control workers!!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-59480141?at_custom4=06A80010-5224-11EC-956E-CC3616F31EAE&at_medium=custom7&at_custom3=BBC+News+NI&at_custom2=twitter&at_custom1=link&at_campaign=64

Their mate Donaghy has been suspended from her job. Slap it up her, odious Castle Catholic.

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« Reply #2203 on: December 02, 2021, 01:50:50 PM »
Add her to the list on the other thread  ;)
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« Reply #2204 on: December 02, 2021, 01:51:13 PM »
Commission for flags, identity, culture and tradition out today, £800k later and not one agreed implementation and we all know why but it'll be spun that ones as bad as the other.

I was literally about to reply to say that the SDLP will no doubt be first out of the blocks trying to play that particular card. Then I thought to myself, 'they probably already have'. So I went on the BBC news website to read their report....and sure enough, the section of the report where it outlines how SF are calling for the recommendations to be implemented was followed immediately by the SDLP response which is that its the fault of both the DUP and SF.

FFS do the stoops really think people are so stupid that they can't see through this tactic by now?

What recommendations lol. Did you not notice there was no action plan . And wasn't it Naomi long who led the criticism, by the way every party apart from the 2 money suckers criticised it. It's called opposition politics. Now drop that massive chip off your shoulder

"What recommendations?" There were 44 of them. And yes I did notice there was no implementation plan. That's kinda the whole point. As was reported yesterday on Radio Ulster, the DUP only agreed to release the report on the sole condition that there would be no implementation plan. SF, meanwhile, were actively arguing for an implementation plan to be made and calling for the those who were opposed to it, to explain why.

So yeah, a bit f**king warped of the SDLP to attempt to portray this as "they're as bad as eachother". Only fools buy such nonsense. Seemingly, you're among them.


(P.s. If there's one person on this earth that cannot accuse anyone else of having achip on their shoulder, it's you. Is there a single topic on this board that you haven't hijacked to have a cry about SF on?)

Really? We haven't heard much about it since July 2020 when it was in their laps. It would be remiss of any party not to challenge the fact that there is no plan surely?

The Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) has called the decision to publish without an implementation plan "a farce".

SDLP MLA Sinead McLaughlin, who chairs the Stormont committee tasked with scrutinising the work of the first and deputy first ministers, said it underlined the "dysfunction being driven to the heart of government by the DUP/Sinn Féin relationship".

"It is far too important a challenge to allow this document to become an £800,000 ornament at Stormont Castle," she said.

"In the absence of direction or leadership from the first ministers, I will be seeking to invite the co-chairs of the commission to come to our committee and outline their view on implementation of the report recommendations."


SF last week

"However, since then, for its own reasons, the DUP has resisted all attempts and subsequent deadlines to present a plan to the full executive on implementation of the report’s recommendations," he wrote.

He added: "There is no point working so long and hard for this important report to be put on a shelf."

More or less the same thing. (In fact I think SDLP were lucky not to be pulled on for plagiarism for the shelf/ ornament comment….)

Defs plagiaraism there, you never even cited your quote lol