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The newcastle fans could,get rid of him if they show unity It would be painful but it can be done!!!

Stop going to the matches & stop buying the merchandise if the people up there keep on giving him

Money he will stay if you stop feeding him he will go ... With a bit of luck he may join

Another gullible lot .."Maybe U.K.I.P"...

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Oh THAT Mike Ashley!  Why don't you like him?  What has he done to you?

 

I think ever-increasing cohort of UKIP supporters would say that they are the least gullible section of the populace. That they've finally woken up as to how they've been manipulated all these years.  They see people who vote for the three main parties (for no reason other than dumb and blind tribalism, and against their own interests) as the gullible ones.

 

You see when the establishment is threatened they stick together to protect their own interests not ours:

 

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UKIP says let's break that mould; let's stop being gullible; lets make politicians truly represent us once again. It's our country and should be run in our interests, not that of the Westminster ruling elites.

 

Anyway, I'm genuinely interested to know about Mike Ashley.  And not just because (according to Forbes) he's currently worth $5.5 billion dollars. :)

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He's an old Victorian baron gets he's workers on zero hour contracts,sells replica shirts for ridiculous ammonts of

Money which are made for 5bob in sweat shop in the Far East , capitalism in the most extreme

That's what UKIP will give you,that's why he would fit the bill.....

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LOL! :D  Does he force people to buy those shirts?  Anyway, it seems likely that he must have got that $5BN by doing more than just selling overpriced shirts.  Will look into it and get back to you.

 

Really?!  And I honestly though UKIP was about quiting the EU so that we could give British workers first crack at the 800,000 jobs we currently advertise to EU workers.  That would mean a lot less of those "evil" zero hours contracts as native unemployment falls and employers are much more willing to commit to guaranteed hours in order to retain their workers.

 

The EU drives UK wages down, that's a hard fact that none of the three political parties will tell you.  That's why Miliband won't even discuss the EU, and dodges all questions. The other two stooges simply lie about it!

 

The European federation of public service unions (EPSU) has gathered reports on the rise of zero hours contracts throughout Europe.

 

http://www.wageindicator.org/main/labour-laws/collective-bargaining/2013/news-items-2013/eu-sources-zero-hours-contracts-on-the-rise-october-21-2013

 

Got the connection?

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LOL!!! Of coarse he doesn't force people to buy shirts he just sees a bunch of gullible people wanting to spend hard earned cash in some circumstances dole money on a shirt Now he's got the rights at Rangers he will do the same there.Thats for sure....

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Tonp wrote: "... just sees a bunch of gullible people wanting to spend hard earned cash ...".

 

A charge that can be levelled at most business owners.

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