Siberian Husky Symbolic Meaning: Canis lupus familiaris

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Whispers, Channels, Prophecies & Visions

Channeled by Quornesha S. Intuitive Medium Healer: The Husky is symbolic of change. It is a confirmation of ability and communication. It is a message for us to allow others to make their mistakes, as we do not know the sacred details that may provide a message in their ‘mess’. The Siberian Husky reminds each of us to look into the sins of our own eye. And to allow others to take on their path as they so choose.

The Siberian Husky is symbolic of radical change. You should prepare yourself for something miraculous and life changing with the Siberian Husky appears in your life. Know that you have found the key to decode your adversities if any at all in your life right now, when the Siberian Husky appears in your life.

The Siberian Husky is symbolic of Protection. So if there are concerns in your life in regard…

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Tories reeling after SIX by-election losses as #CorbynSurge continues

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Tories reeling after SIX by-election losses as #CorbynSurge continues

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Last night was dubbed ‘Super Thursday’ by some media outlets because it saw no fewer than fourteen council by-elections. It wasn’t ‘super’ for a Tory party now reeling from losses to Labour – and even two seats to the Greens.

The results broke down as follows:

teale.jpgThe ‘1 result to come’ was another Conservative loss. The Tories nosedived even in some of the constituencies they managed to hold – and in one lost seat their vote share fell by a massive 42 percentage points.

Tellingly, Labour also gained in Scotland while the SNP lost share – and seats:

fortissatcardonaldUnsurprisingly, the BBC made little or no mention of the results, as Twitter users pointed out:

Labour’s gains…

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Has There Ever Been A Worse UK Government Than This?

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Has There Ever Been A Worse UK Government Than This?

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Peter Reynolds

I am a member of the Conservative Party – just.  My annual subscription is due and I feel physically sick at the prospect of doing anything that is supportive of the appalling collection of third and fourth rates that presently sit round the cabinet table.

The Conservative Party has Lost Its Way. We Need To Get Back To Being Tories.

We need to re-focus on our fundamental principles: individual liberty, individual responsibility, small government, free markets, evidence-based policy and a benevolent, responsible, one-nation approach.

Let’s face it, we’ve had a privileged toff, little more than a ponce on the nation, who from his position of wealth found it very easy to impose austerity on people with whom he was totally out-of-touch. Throughout his political career he vacillated and dithered on policy because he has no principles except self-advancement.  Now we have some fake Tory, an authoritarian bureaucrat with big government…

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Watson considering picking up Dep Leader challenge gauntlet?

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Watson considering picking up Dep Leader challenge gauntlet?

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thornberry watsonAs the SKWAWKBOX reported last week, Emily Thornberry is said to be moving closer to triggering a contest for the deputy leadership of the Labour Party after a rousing response to her outstanding performance at PMQs when she stood in for Jeremy Corbyn because Theresa May was absent.

The #Emily4Deputy hashtag first trended on social media in late March, when news of preparations for a challenge first broke, and there is significant support. Even in March, Ms Thornberry was understood to have 35 or 36 nominations by MPs/MEPs lined up – enough to stand if the post was vacant, but short of the fifty or so required to force a contest against an incumbent.

However, the equation has shifted since the General Election and Ms Thornberry is said to be very close to the (now 57) nominations she would need to force a contest whether Mr Watson wants one or…

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