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    Adrian Saunders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bythesea View Post
    Adrian Saunders.
    That's the Guinness bloke's kid?

    Ahhhhh Sanders........

    LibDem for Torbay. Bit of a thing for smoke alarms?

    What made you think of him? I can't imagine

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    Sorry yes Sanders....Why did I think of him...because each and every time I have approached him asking for help dealing with a situation he has done what he is supposed to do, been a representative of the people and sorted the issue out. All this is of course on a local level but then he is a local MP.... also he didn't fill his pockets and this showed on the expenses scandal league table...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bythesea View Post
    ... he has done what he is supposed to do, been a representative of the people and sorted the issue out. All this is of course on a local level but then he is a local MP.... also he didn't fill his pockets and this showed on the expenses scandal league table...
    That's the sad thing mate, there are a lot of folk like him if you look. As soon as they get anywhere near a cabinet post they turn into politicians as we know them. But then I guess its only the ambitious and therefore "bent" (for want of a better word) ones that get anywhere near cabinet.

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    I believe that all the transaction are fixed in some official documents and it is possible to find true information about American debt. I think so, because I am working in trading and, for example, my broker Tickmill fixes all the results of all trades and you can check this everywhen and I believe that the same system is working on the country level. You can check the terms of my broker works on the following link, by the way. I suppose that it should help you to find an answer to your question.

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