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14 May 2019 08:27 #2651 by Markovitch
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Nigel Farage. Received Eu170k a year, attended 1 EU fisheries meeting out of 42. Is there a bigger leech on this planet? How many people here get to go to work a day a month and still draw a full salary. Utter slime ball
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14 May 2019 08:42 #2652 by pacirv
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DB Farage has already stated what his policies or beliefs are basically to privatise the NHS and that there is no global warming, as I said a Trump like retard.

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14 May 2019 08:53 #2653 by Markovitch
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Farage is like Mark Cullen. Appears as our saviour. Does an hours work, is totally useless and ineffective. [censored] all happens but like a Guinness generated fart lingers forever. Complains about a system he's been stealing a living from

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14 May 2019 08:54 #2654 by CCU
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Be a laugh if he came back here and notched 15 next Season...

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14 May 2019 09:21 - 14 May 2019 09:32 #2655 by Markovitch
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Farage? Cullen would be a good signing if he is on pay as you play.
Edited to say Cullen is going to Bradford isn't he? Infirmaries and pharmacies are on Amber alert
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14 May 2019 10:10 #2656 by thesilentone
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Farage is in this position due to inept way Brexit has been dealt with by the so-called main stream parties.

He (the Brexit Party) will sweep aside all, in the forthcoming EU elections, like it or not.

Stop looking out, and start looking in at the idiots we have all traditionally supported, Farage is only the beginning, Le Pen will be next then maybe Salvini, all because of EU dogma.
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14 May 2019 10:19 #2657 by Markovitch
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He was sat on his idle, overpaid, scrounging arse for years before this farce. The 41 fisheries meetings he couldn't be bothered to attend all happened before Brexit. Managed to find the time to draw his salary though didn't he? His principles about unelected eurocrats didn't extend to refusing that. The Danny Cadamarteri of politics. Hypocrite
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14 May 2019 13:08 #2658 by thesilentone
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Markovitch wrote: He was sat on his idle, overpaid, scrounging arse for years before this farce. The 41 fisheries meetings he couldn't be bothered to attend all happened before Brexit. Managed to find the time to draw his salary though didn't he? His principles about unelected eurocrats didn't extend to refusing that. The Danny Cadamarteri of politics. Hypocrite



Your little rant won't change a thing..............

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14 May 2019 21:21 #2659 by CCU
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Here we go again:



Oh, and seemingly Corbyn was going to walk from the cross-Party talks today, but will later in the week regardless...

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17 May 2019 13:06 #2660 by CCU
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Those talks now being considered finished:


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17 May 2019 13:48 #2661 by Dancingbear
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CCU wrote: Those talks now being considered finished:


Was always gonna end in failure. Only prob i can see now is after they get a massive kicking next thursday enough of them will change their minds and vote her shoddy deal through so the Brexit party dont get a chance to get further than a booze run to Calais.

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17 May 2019 15:28 #2662 by whytakemypostcode
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Charlatan, liar, con man, fraud, anti-NHS, anti-workers rights, climate change denier. Yet millions will still vote for him. What a shambles of a country we currently are.
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17 May 2019 15:38 #2663 by munchymagic
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What a load of nonsense.

The second biggest party Labour is trying to overthrow democracy and stop freedom of speech from other parties - this is like Tesco trying to ban the smaller chain of Aldi from trading so as they get more of the market share.

You don't se these smaller parties trying to ban Corbyn do you - and so they should not as Corbyn may be the biggest threat to the country but like Tommy Robinson, they should be allowed to get their point across and let the general public make up their own minds.

Nobody likes to be dictated to.
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17 May 2019 15:43 #2664 by Gundog
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Today's letter page in The Telegraph -
'Vote for inexperienced MPs to be rid of the Tory and Labour parties'
@Gareth Fish

"Why would I vote for a bunch of politically inexperienced, newly aligned, MPs from a party that only formed weeks ago and had no funding or backing in any form?

"Answer: to be rid of the self serving Tory and Labour parties."
Kinda sums it up I'm afraid.

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17 May 2019 15:45 #2665 by Dazwacky
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The Brexit thing has been a farce how we could have allowed Remoaners to try and negiote a leave deal is beyond me they have no intention of trying to get us out! Hope the Brexit party clean up and we get no deal!
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17 May 2019 15:46 #2666 by Dentonholmersimpson
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whytakemypostcode wrote: Charlatan, liar, con man, fraud, anti-NHS, anti-workers rights, climate change denier. Yet millions will still vote for him. What a shambles of a country we currently are.


You've missed out far right, zenophobic racist.

If you're going to try and smear the bloke, do it properly.
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17 May 2019 15:51 #2667 by nomadblue2
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Knows his stuff always catches other politicians out. They have funding almost a million was donated when they first started up.
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17 May 2019 16:15 #2668 by biblioclasm
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They are being funded to prevent a Labour vote. The rich fear Corbyn's intentions to make them pay tax and this Brexit Party has been manufactured to split the Labour vote. They are well aware that many working class people will vote to leave the EU because of the perceived threat from immigrants. As my most Conservative friend says Farage is a fascist.

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17 May 2019 16:16 #2669 by Markovitch
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What -"stuff" does farage know?! Potato printing. Hardly surprising they raised money. All those pesky anti monopoly laws that so irritate supporters of British interests like Rupert murdoch will be gone. The billions he will earn from the sale to Disney when that goes through makes an investment in a politician for sale well worth the money.

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17 May 2019 16:26 #2670 by franksidebottom
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whytakemypostcode wrote: Charlatan, liar, con man, fraud, anti-NHS, anti-workers rights, climate change denier. Yet millions will still vote for him. What a shambles of a country we currently are.


You could change the name of the thread to any Westminster or Brussels politician and the same or similar description would apply. If we don’t vote for Farage who should we vote for then whytakemypostcode?

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17 May 2019 16:26 #2671 by munchymagic
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Markovitch wrote: What -"stuff" does farage know?! Potato printing. Hardly surprising they raised money. All those pesky anti monopoly laws that so irritate supporters of British interests like Rupert murdoch will be gone. The billions he will earn from the sale to Disney when that goes through makes an investment in a politician for sale well worth the money.


Whatever your view on him Marko - he has made more positive steps on kicking out those Euro MP pigs than me and you ever will.

In my eyes that makes him a hero - a people person who listens and does not try to overturn democracy.

Anyone voting for Corbyn should be ashamed of themselves - I would vote Tommy Robinson over Corbyn and many others are starting to agree.

And he can take his thick old shagpiece Abbott with him as well when he eventually [censored] off.
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17 May 2019 16:32 #2672 by franksidebottom
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Dentonholmersimpson wrote:

whytakemypostcode wrote: Charlatan, liar, con man, fraud, anti-NHS, anti-workers rights, climate change denier. Yet millions will still vote for him. What a shambles of a country we currently are.


You've missed out far right, zenophobic racist.

If you're going to try and smear the bloke, do it properly.


What a lazy retort, if in doubt just call him a racist. I’d love to see someone taken to court for defamation as a result of using this term, would soon stop others and they may just have to start thinking for themselves.

Does wanting to leave the EU make one a far-right racist now?

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17 May 2019 16:36 #2673 by Dancingbear
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I’ll be voting for Farage and I couldn’t care less about his other policies. He has one for this election and that’s what we’re voting on.

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17 May 2019 16:46 #2674 by Mullen103
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Dancingbear wrote: I’ll be voting for Farage and I couldn’t care less about his other policies. He has one for this election and that’s what we’re voting on.


Yep - My votes going to the Brexit party for that reason.

Apart from BNP UKIP - there's no other party that's truly Brexit and that's why he's getting the votes and will win this easily. The remainers haven't got a one-party remain party, there votes will be split all over the place.

At least we’re not Stockport
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17 May 2019 16:54 #2675 by Yorkie Blue
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whytakemypostcode wrote: Charlatan, liar, con man, fraud, anti-NHS, anti-workers rights, climate change denier. Yet millions will still vote for him. What a shambles of a country we currently are.


If the country is in a shambles it`s not Mr Farage`s fault, it`s Westminster and the spineless, stupid bunch within, I`ll be voting for the guy for the same reason as DB.
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17 May 2019 17:08 - 17 May 2019 17:09 #2676 by Markovitch
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So once he is in and pushes for a pay NHS will you be happy to pay?

I wouldn't vote for someone who is elected to represent Britain in Europe, draws a salary of £170k a year and doesn't go to work. Leopards don't change their spots. If he is a self-interested, money grabbing weasel now he will be after the election. He has already blatantly lied about £350 m a week for the NHS, what else has he lied about?

Transparency International, a campaign group, has published a top ten of MEPs earning more from outside jobs than from their £89,000 pay. They also get “gravy train” perks. Mr Farage, 54, has declared income worth €590,000 to €790,000 from broadcast contracts since July 2014 under European parliament rules. His total earnings including salary are equivalent to as much as £787,000.

And his party gets financial backing from Rupert Murdoch who wants Britain out of Europe, so he can complete his purchase of Sky. Aye Nige is honest. Just another Tory crook
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17 May 2019 17:15 #2677 by nomadblue2
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He hasnt lied as much as our wonderful prime minister has he. Getting us out of the euro union is the right step. They are the political EUFA.

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17 May 2019 17:44 #2678 by munchymagic
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If Farage manages to get us out with a decent deal and ruffle those EU Pigs feathers then he is worth a million a year minimum in wages for the rest of his life.

Wow - a Politician who sticks their head above the parapet and speaks for most of the country.

He is worth his weight in gold as he may deliver what those idiots in charge couldn't.

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17 May 2019 17:51 #2679 by Mr Quint
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He gets to say what he likes but doesn’t have to actually deliver a thing!
Man of the people???
Former banker, working for the good of the ‘banking classes’ through seeking deregulation of banking and financial services.
Seeking the erosion of workers rights to again assist the rich.
Just my view though.
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17 May 2019 17:55 #2680 by nomadblue2
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He wasnt a banker he worked in steel manufacturing.

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17 May 2019 18:15 #2681 by munchymagic
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Politics these days is all about when a party is flustered, they point their fingers and yell RACIST at the top of their voices.

It is a strong word and they were getting away with it up until now.

Got boring, like calling a bit part player for a football club a cult hero or legend once retired, usually for Manchester United.

I honestly read Beckham earlier saying that Paul Ince was one of the best players in Manchester Uniteds history.

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17 May 2019 18:28 #2682 by pacirv
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This Brexit at any cost really scares me it is a poxy insignificant issue in the great scheme of things, it’s no wonder we are in such a mess right now, this sort of thing led to the rise of Hitler and the resulting World War II.
A world where Trump, Putin and possibly Boris and Farage with the power to knock the final nails into the human races coffin.
Whether people like it or not we are all the same as a species we share the same air and planet and unless we at some point turn away from our race towards self destruction and work together our extinction will be assured.

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17 May 2019 18:39 - 17 May 2019 18:40 #2683 by seesaw50
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Am starting to think the rise of the right across Europe is gonna flood the European Parliament with thses parties in the Elections which is gonna change the face of it and concentrate minds within as to policies and the direction the EU is going in.
Am also thinking if the above happens the UK should have another vote with the hope of a remain vote prevailing. ( I voted to leave ) Then, together with other member states who are starting to desent, effect change and see off some of the characters driving the EU.

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17 May 2019 19:41 #2684 by thesilentone
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Markovitch wrote: So once he is in and pushes for a pay NHS will you be happy to pay?

I wouldn't vote for someone who is elected to represent Britain in Europe, draws a salary of £170k a year and doesn't go to work. Leopards don't change their spots. If he is a self-interested, money grabbing weasel now he will be after the election. He has already blatantly lied about £350 m a week for the NHS, what else has he lied about?

Transparency International, a campaign group, has published a top ten of MEPs earning more from outside jobs than from their £89,000 pay. They also get “gravy train” perks. Mr Farage, 54, has declared income worth €590,000 to €790,000 from broadcast contracts since July 2014 under European parliament rules. His total earnings including salary are equivalent to as much as £787,000.

And his party gets financial backing from Rupert Murdoch who wants Britain out of Europe, so he can complete his purchase of Sky. Aye Nige is honest. Just another Tory crook


So, do you think we get the NHS for free ?

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17 May 2019 20:13 #2685 by Alan
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whytakemypostcode wrote: Charlatan, liar, con man, fraud, anti-NHS, anti-workers rights, climate change denier. Yet millions will still vote for him. What a shambles of a country we currently are.


Non of these .
Just a proper say it how it is leader of a party that stands for everything i expected out of leaving the eu when i voted 3 years ago.

The other parties have brought Farage on themselves he will destroy them over the next few years an what a feeling that will be .
Ignore working class folk at your peril .

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17 May 2019 20:30 #2686 by Dentonholmersimpson
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franksidebottom wrote:

Dentonholmersimpson wrote:

whytakemypostcode wrote: Charlatan, liar, con man, fraud, anti-NHS, anti-workers rights, climate change denier. Yet millions will still vote for him. What a shambles of a country we currently are.


You've missed out far right, zenophobic racist.

If you're going to try and smear the bloke, do it properly.


What a lazy retort, if in doubt just call him a racist. I’d love to see someone taken to court for defamation as a result of using this term, would soon stop others and they may just have to start thinking for themselves.

Does wanting to leave the EU make one a far-right racist now?



I was being sarcastic because all the media seems to be concentrating on just smearing the Brexit party.

They are all running scared and rightly so.

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17 May 2019 20:31 #2687 by Markovitch
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I think Alan yours is an excellent post. Farage does represent the break from a corrupt organisation and a move to the politics you want to see.

My question would be, why is it the politics you want to see. The country is Donald Ducked, we all agree on that.
- All studies done show that immigrants cause less crime than nationals overall so while there are some bad eggs the Daily Express can find overall Syrians and Libyans are less likely to rob you than the Glaswegians where you live
- Immigrants have zero or a small negative cost to countries when they first arrive but across a 3-5 year period they generate more than they cost and into 10 years sit is much more. So this argument that the NHS is dying because of foreigners is mince
- The CBI estimates that the benefit of being in the EU is 62-75bn£ a year. So yes, we pay more than we get back. And it is painful that Neil Kinnock earns £1m a year, but the big picture is that the country gets more than it contributes
- Nigel Farage is paid 590k to 790k euros a year. Why? You are a smart guy, what do you need to do to earn that cash?

And for people who think Nigel Farage knows what he is talking about here he is on Irish TV talking about Brexit. The man is a paid mouth piece of those who want us out of the EU for personal reasons such as Rupert Murdoch

www.indy100.com/article/nigel-farage-bre...-watch-video-8752246

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17 May 2019 20:34 #2688 by Dancingbear
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I think some of you are still getting confused between these European elections and a general election. They arent the same thing folks.

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17 May 2019 20:47 #2689 by Alan
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Markovitch wrote: I think Alan yours is an excellent post. Farage does represent the break from a corrupt organisation and a move to the politics you want to see.

My question would be, why is it the politics you want to see. The country is Donald Ducked, we all agree on that.
- All studies done show that immigrants cause less crime than nationals overall so while there are some bad eggs the Daily Express can find overall Syrians and Libyans are less likely to rob you than the Glaswegians where you live
- Immigrants have zero or a small negative cost to countries when they first arrive but across a 3-5 year period they generate more than they cost and into 10 years sit is much more. So this argument that the NHS is dying because of foreigners is mince
- The CBI estimates that the benefit of being in the EU is 62-75bn£ a year. So yes, we pay more than we get back. And it is painful that Neil Kinnock earns £1m a year, but the big picture is that the country gets more than it contributes
- Nigel Farage is paid 590k to 790k euros a year. Why? You are a smart guy, what do you need to do to earn that cash?

And for people who think Nigel Farage knows what he is talking about here he is on Irish TV talking about Brexit. The man is a paid mouth piece of those who want us out of the EU for personal reasons such as Rupert Murdoch

www.indy100.com/article/nigel-farage-bre...-watch-video-8752246


Tbf Marko people are past caring about politicians backgrounds and how much they will benefit from this i'll hold my hands up and admit i'm not the sharpest tool in the box when it comes to politics
I can honestly say voting wise i would have considered myself homeless till the Brexit Party was formed and i'm confident there's a frightening amount of people who think the same way .

Politics needs a bloody nose and this will deliver it .

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17 May 2019 20:55 #2690 by seesaw50
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Dancingbear wrote: I think some of you are still getting confused between these European elections and a general election. They arent the same thing folks.


But people are using them as an excuse to send a stark message...both to our Government and the EU.
If plenty europhiles get elected to the European Parliament, think what chaos they can cause in votes on their future treaties, laws etc

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17 May 2019 20:57 #2691 by Dancingbear
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seesaw50 wrote:

Dancingbear wrote: I think some of you are still getting confused between these European elections and a general election. They arent the same thing folks.


But people are using them as an excuse to send a stark message...both to our Government and the EU.
If plenty europhiles get elected to the European Parliament, think what chaos they can cause in votes on their future treaties, laws etc


I think youve misunderstood my post and also managed to confuse europhile with eurosceptic at the same time.

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17 May 2019 21:01 #2692 by seesaw50
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Dancingbear wrote:

seesaw50 wrote:

Dancingbear wrote: I think some of you are still getting confused between these European elections and a general election. They arent the same thing folks.


But people are using them as an excuse to send a stark message...both to our Government and the EU.
If plenty eurosceptics get elected to the European Parliament, think what chaos they can cause in votes on their future treaties, laws etc


I think youve misunderstood my post and also managed to confuse europhile with eurosceptic at the same time.


Indeed I have....you are correct as usual.....eurosceptics it is but No I haven't misunderstood

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17 May 2019 21:04 #2693 by Dancingbear
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seesaw50 wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

seesaw50 wrote:

Dancingbear wrote: I think some of you are still getting confused between these European elections and a general election. They arent the same thing folks.


But people are using them as an excuse to send a stark message...both to our Government and the EU.
If plenty eurosceptics get elected to the European Parliament, think what chaos they can cause in votes on their future treaties, laws etc


I think youve misunderstood my post and also managed to confuse europhile with eurosceptic at the same time.


Indeed I have....you are correct as usual.....eurosceptics it is but No I haven't misunderstood


I hope your voting for them ;)

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17 May 2019 21:36 #2694 by Arragorn
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Farage is a bloody hypocrite.
He wants us to leave the EU but him & his ex? wife have made a damn good living out of us being in the EU.
If he doesn't want us to be in the EU why has he created a Brexit party to stand for elections to a Parliament in an institution he allegedly doesn't want us to be part of?
Obvious isn't it. He will rake in a lot of beer money for doing feck all until or should that be if we leave the EU.
Another political chancer & liar!

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17 May 2019 21:55 #2695 by franksidebottom
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Arragorn wrote: Farage is a bloody hypocrite.
He wants us to leave the EU but him & his ex? wife have made a damn good living out of us being in the EU.
If he doesn't want us to be in the EU why has he created a Brexit party to stand for elections to a Parliament in an institution he allegedly doesn't want us to be part of?
Obvious isn't it. He will rake in a lot of beer money for doing feck all until or should that be if we leave the EU.
Another political chancer & liar!


Because the best place to influence an organisation is from within. Due to our ridiculous voting system (4million votes yet no seats) and the fact other parties made sure he didn’t gain a seat in his own constituency means he isn’t going to have a direct influence in our own parliament, so what better place to go than to Brussels and aid the EU in its own destruction? You can’t say his plan hasn't been a success.

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17 May 2019 22:09 #2696 by Arragorn
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What plan?
He's only there for the money.
Oh hang on maybe that was his plan.
What change has he brought about by being an MEP?
Mind you he could probably take some credit for the shambolic mess we are currently in

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17 May 2019 22:10 #2697 by seesaw50
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franksidebottom wrote:

Arragorn wrote: Farage is a bloody hypocrite.
He wants us to leave the EU but him & his ex? wife have made a damn good living out of us being in the EU.
If he doesn't want us to be in the EU why has he created a Brexit party to stand for elections to a Parliament in an institution he allegedly doesn't want us to be part of?
Obvious isn't it. He will rake in a lot of beer money for doing feck all until or should that be if we leave the EU.
Another political chancer & liar!


Because the best place to influence an organisation is from within. Due to our ridiculous voting system (4million votes yet no seats) and the fact other parties made sure he didn’t gain a seat in his own constituency means he isn’t going to have a direct influence in our own parliament, so what better place to go than to Brussels and aid the EU in its own destruction? You can’t say his plan hasn't been a success.


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17 May 2019 22:28 #2698 by Dentonholmersimpson
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The country needs a vehicle to show its frustrations with the established political parties, who between them would never in a million years let us exit the EU.

Come on Nige.
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17 May 2019 22:35 #2699 by Flatcap
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The longer May takes over the Brexit negotiations the longer she stays as prime minister.

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18 May 2019 00:22 #2700 by High Street
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Gundog wrote: Today's letter page in The Telegraph -
'Vote for inexperienced MPs to be rid of the Tory and Labour parties'
@Gareth Fish

"Why would I vote for a bunch of politically inexperienced, newly aligned, MPs from a party that only formed weeks ago and had no funding or backing in any form?

"Answer: to be rid of the self serving Tory and Labour parties."
Kinda sums it up I'm afraid.


We’re not voting for MPs though, are we?
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