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Hancock lied to a vicar today, there has got to be consequences for that? :D Lying is obviously not good but lying to vicar, that has got to be a new low, didn’t think that would be possible but it was.
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I don't think vicars enjoy any different treatment than the rest of the public. Politicians don't discriminate when lying.
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Aardvark wrote:
Tue May 26, 2020 9:37 pm
I don't think vicars enjoy any different treatment than the rest of the public. Politicians don't discriminate when lying.
My post was a bit tongue in cheek :innocent: but still reckon most people will be going “noooooo, not a good look”.

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Going down a storm on twitter, this response might be a bit extreme but I am willing to at least think it over... :innocent:
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It's holy water in a water pistol - only harmful to a vampire! :lol:

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Actually, Hancock said he would pass the question to his colleagues and write back to the vicar as well as announcing any decision from the government pulpit.
Had he lied the ground would have opened and he, would have been carried off to hell by Jeremy Corbyn lookalikes wearing red all body costumes and carrying forked sticks or tridents, singing the Red Flag.

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I can’t find the quote with his exact words and was only half listening on Sky but will this do :P

“I think a few million viewers heard that at least he supported a review and would DISCUSS it with the Treasury. I thought it slightly odd that he made no mention of the HO or MOJ, but maybe he’s scared of Patel and doesn’t know Buckland from Adam, for which I wouldn’t blame him.”

Given the speed with which Kuenssberg tweeted the denial, I don’t think a “discussion” took place so .... he lied :P ;)

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Another day, another lie.
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His statement was quite hesitant. He certainly made no promises.

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Timoth wrote:
Tue May 26, 2020 10:51 pm
His statement was quite hesitant. He certainly made no promises.
It was a loaded question and dimwit Hancock probably didn't even realise it :lol: :lol: :lol:

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