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Old Manchester / Re: Lawson's Mill, Jersey Street, New Cross
« Last post by Manx on Yesterday at 22:47:53 »
There was a mill that looked like a factory, it was on Rodney Street which does join at the end with Jersey Street. Lawson & Sons were yarn dyers.

In 1957 the company was acquired by the Lancashire Cotton Company.

https://images.manchester.gov.uk/web/objects/common/webmedia.php?irn=44844&reftable=ecatalogue&refirn=8361

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Manchester Chat / Re: News Today
« Last post by St Chads Lad on Yesterday at 20:21:25 »
Former Government Chief Scientific Adviser and leading lockdown proponent Sir Patrick Vallance has joined the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, it has been announced.


 *Birds of a feather.  ::)
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Manchester Chat / Re: REFORM U.K.
« Last post by celeste on Yesterday at 18:14:55 »
https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1869834/Nigel-Farage-democracy-warning-Rochdale-by-election


Reform candidate Simon Danczuck barred from meeting attended by George Galloway!
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Manchester Chat / Re: REFORM U.K.
« Last post by St Chads Lad on Yesterday at 17:22:02 »
Lee Anderson has had a meeting with Reform leader Richard Tice.
 Possible defection?  :-\
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Manchester Chat / Re: News Today
« Last post by St Chads Lad on Yesterday at 17:03:09 »
Another BBC nonce.


Daniel Frogson, who starred in BBCís His Dark Materials and was nominated for a BAFTA for his role in Joe All Alone, has been found guilty of downloading almost 850 abuse images involving children as young as three.


The 21-year-old had been viewing the pictures since he was 17 and Nottingham Crown Court heard how police found 165 images of the most serious category.


 It's news but the BBC isn't reporting about on their website ATM.

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Manchester Chat / Re: News Today
« Last post by Parky on Yesterday at 14:48:40 »

I have just followed the link regarding the man who supposedly lost "103 relatives" in a piece of spectacular good shooting by the IDF. It is precisely the kind of pro-terrorist bulls hit you would expect to see in the legacy media these days, with the BBC being the worst offender.


I hope nobody is taken in by this nonsense. If they are, please let me make an announcement; I have invented a brilliant device that will turn soil into solid 24 caret gold, but I need some investors to plough money into it to get it up and running....
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Oh no you donít Steve ,Iíve had a patent on that device for years , once Iíve given the Nigerian prince my bank details we will start  production , :P
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Manchester Chat / Re: News Today
« Last post by ExileSteve on Yesterday at 14:31:36 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news

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US President Joe Biden has said he hopes to have a ceasefire "by next Monday" in the Israel-Gaza war.

His comments come amid reports of some progress reached in ongoing negotiations involving Israel and Hamas representatives in Qatar.

"My national security advisor tells me that we're close," Mr Biden said.

Israel launched a large-scale air and ground campaign in Gaza after Hamas gunmen killed about 1,200 people in southern Israel on 7 October.

The attackers also took 253 people hostage, a number of whom have since been released.

The Hamas-run health ministry in the Gaza Strip says at least 29,782 people have been killed in the territory since then, including 90 on Sunday alone.

President Biden, whose country is Israel's main ally, was speaking to reporters in New York City about the possible ceasefire.


Follow live: A day in the lives of Gazans as war nears five-month mark
  • 'Who will call me Dad?' Tears of Gaza father who lost 103 relatives
  • Gaza children search for food to keep families alive
  • "We're close," he said on Monday. "We're not done yet. My hope is by next Monday we'll have a ceasefire."
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  • I have just followed the link regarding the man who supposedly lost "103 relatives" in a piece of spectacular good shooting by the IDF. It is precisely the kind of pro-terrorist bulls hit you would expect to see in the legacy media these days, with the BBC being the worst offender.


    I hope nobody is taken in by this nonsense. If they are, please let me make an announcement; I have invented a brilliant device that will turn soil into solid 24 caret gold, but I need some investors to plough money into it to get it up and running....
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    Manchester Chat / Re: News Today
    « Last post by St Chads Lad on Yesterday at 12:34:12 »
    Schools could train young male influencers to counter internet 'misogynists' like Andrew Tate under Labour plans


      I certainly wouldn't want my child brainwashed by another that has been programmed by some slimy Labour activist 'teacher'.
    isn't it the parents job to teach their own children to be proper?, or do the commies think they can do a better job.  :-\
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    Manchester Chat / Re: News Today
    « Last post by celeste on Yesterday at 08:34:51 »
    In the meantime drop some food and blankets on Rafah if they can.
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    Manchester Chat / Re: News Today
    « Last post by celeste on Yesterday at 08:30:00 »

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news

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    US President Joe Biden has said he hopes to have a ceasefire "by next Monday" in the Israel-Gaza war.

    His comments come amid reports of some progress reached in ongoing negotiations involving Israel and Hamas representatives in Qatar.

    "My national security advisor tells me that we're close," Mr Biden said.

    Israel launched a large-scale air and ground campaign in Gaza after Hamas gunmen killed about 1,200 people in southern Israel on 7 October.

    The attackers also took 253 people hostage, a number of whom have since been released.

    The Hamas-run health ministry in the Gaza Strip says at least 29,782 people have been killed in the territory since then, including 90 on Sunday alone.

    President Biden, whose country is Israel's main ally, was speaking to reporters in New York City about the possible ceasefire.


    Follow live: A day in the lives of Gazans as war nears five-month mark
  • 'Who will call me Dad?' Tears of Gaza father who lost 103 relatives
  • Gaza children search for food to keep families alive
  • "We're close," he said on Monday. "We're not done yet. My hope is by next Monday we'll have a ceasefire."
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