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  1. Rootshallbloke

    Shame on you Amber Rudd

    The NHS is up to it's neck in Ransomware chaos along with GP surgeries and another 1oo countries also affected and Angela Rudd weighs in with this: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-39906019 I have no doubt that the NHS IT systems are in need of investment and in an ideal world this would have...
  2. Tangled up in Blue

    The EU referendum

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-35150356 I see that Michael Heseltine has warned of a Tory "civil war" and that the Tories would be a "laughing stock" if Cameron allowed a free vote for his Cabinet Ministers on this issue. Funny, I seem to remember Harold Wilson doing exactly that last...
  3. Rootshallbloke

    Prime Ministers again

    I tend to remember Prime Ministers by stuff that happens/happened on their shift. I also think that they are defined as successful if not too much bad stuff happens. Although not everything that has occurred news-wise whilst Cameron has been captain has been his fault directly, he has...
  4. Rootshallbloke

    The best Prime Ministers we never had

    Looking round at the various leaders of the political parties today, all of them leave me cold in terms of charisma, believability and leadership skills. I've never been a rabid political animal since I reached voting age but I do admit to having socialist tendencies in preference. It got me...
  5. Cricko

    The Nakid Truth

    Taken from: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Naked-Truth-CameronIs-he-the-worst-prime-minister-in-British-history/349274725156523 How close was David Cameron to having a week that was not a total disaster for himself or the government. I really thought he was going to make it by Thursday,But...
  6. Tangled up in Blue

    Immigration from Romania and Bulgaria

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/jan/27/uk-immigration-romania-bulgaria-ministers "Romanian or Bulgarian?You won't like it here". Will they though?And should they be discouraged from coming? Since Romania and Bulgaria become full member states of the EU at the end of the year it seems to me...
  7. pickledseal

    Question Anyone else on strike next Thursday in Southend?

    I'll prob join the rally in Southend High Street at 12.30pm: http://www.j30strike.org/location/southend/ ------------ Defending our pensions to protect education For every teacher, lecturer and leader, educating our students is the most important aspect of our working life. And it’s for this...
  8. BLUEBLOOD

    England in Australia .. One Day Series

    England kick off their one day programme down under with a match verses a Prime Ministers XI The Aussies won the toss and have elected to have a bat, sides as follows ... Australia: Payne(capt), Khawaja, Ferguson, Keath, Christian, Thornton, Miller, Lee, Doherty, Pattinson, Copeland England...
  9. Tangled up in Blue

    Out of recession?

    Business Recession Out of recession – but how did we get there and what happens next?Despite tomorrow's good news Labour fears economy may slip back again by the time of a May general election Buzz up! Digg it Patrick Wintour, political editor guardian.co.uk, Monday 25 January 2010 22.10 GMT...
  10. Shrimper_Wez

    Southend chant costs £21,000 - SZ could do better on a fiver...

    For a start this did come from The Sun, but I found it gave me mixed emotions. I found it both amusing (slightly) and slightly disturbing that it took £21,000 to come up with: "Underground, overground, signed on a free, he's Dougie Freedman of SUFC." (To the Wombles tune). Got me...
  11. Rusty Shackleford

    X-Files Special: Prince of Wales really is a Charlie

    From Mark Steyn writing on NRO: According to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, we only have 96 months left to save the planet. I’m impressed. 96 months. Not 95. Not 97. July 2017. Put it in your diary. Usually the warm-mongers stick to the same old drone that we only have ten years left...
  12. Crabby Shrimper

    Shadow front bencher arrested.

    Ok, I know politics is a dodgy subject at the moment, but felt this story needed reporting. Be interesting to see how it develops, in my opinion. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/lawandorder/3532133/Tory-minister-Damian-Green-arrested-under-the-Official-Secrets-Acts.html...
  13. bye bye Blair

    Anyone got any predictions on how long it will be before Blair finally leaves Downing Street? Seven junior ministers have now resigned today. I reckon he'll be lucky to last to the end of next week. Any other predictions?
  14. LIBERTY

    This morning a number of Southend United fans recieved letters from Essex Police HQ in Chelmsford stating that they are not allowed to travel in Europe while the Championships are on. Of all the people i know have got them none have records for football incidents at all. Who the f**k do them...
  15. Groyne Strain

    David Icke:  "The Queen Is A Lizard"

    A truly wonderful interview is being conducted by This Morning with David Icke right now. Apparently, the world is being controlled by shape-changing super reptiles known as the "illuminati."  The Queen, presidents, prime ministers are in on it all - and Burt Bacharach!     Also, tables don't...
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