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18 Nov 2017 16:14 #51 by Dancingbear
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Bruntonpasty wrote: Yeah, I'm bricking it now after the interest rate rise, bloody mortgage has gone up by about, ooh? nearly £2-50 a month!!


You need to get it fixed. Mine hasn’t gone up a penny ;)

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18 Nov 2017 17:20 #52 by HuntingHorn
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No change in mortgage? You’d almost think we hadn’t actually left yet....give it a while....

That said, I’m getting to the opinion we should tell Barnier and Junker are getting to the point I’d tell them to shove their boys club up their arse.
I’d rather have stayed in the EU as my business is heavily influenced by raw material costs from imports through the EU, its also at the mercy of the monetary value of the pound for good raw material prices....the referendum has poured a huge cup of piss all over that and potentially seeks to ruin me if it goes badly.
There is a possibility however that we negotiate quickly with non-EU countries who can replace my raw materials, and I’m 100% certain the major players in the EU bloc would be knocking our door down to resume tariff free BMW imports and Citroen & Peugeot imports if we told Junker & Barnier they’re deluded.

Being a remainer doesn’t mean your an enemy of the state, it just means you may have thought of other consequences to a protest vote being carried.
It may still work but if Davis screws it up we’re still paying a fortune to a club of [censored] we owe nothing, for the same rights we had before but with no say in its affairs.....remember that little nugget “Campaign Fear” fed us....? Well, it’s a tangible reality about now....

If you can't beat em.... shoot em.

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18 Nov 2017 17:28 #53 by Dancingbear
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I’ll be giving it til my fixed term expires in 3 years. TBH the original cut from 0.5 to 0.25% wasn’t needed in the first place.

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18 Nov 2017 17:39 #54 by munchymagic
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HuntingHorn wrote: No change in mortgage? You’d almost think we hadn’t actually left yet....give it a while....

That said, I’m getting to the opinion we should tell Barnier and Junker are getting to the point I’d tell them to shove their boys club up their arse.
I’d rather have stayed in the EU as my business is heavily influenced by raw material costs from imports through the EU, its also at the mercy of the monetary value of the pound for good raw material prices....the referendum has poured a huge cup of piss all over that and potentially seeks to ruin me if it goes badly.
There is a possibility however that we negotiate quickly with non-EU countries who can replace my raw materials, and I’m 100% certain the major players in the EU bloc would be knocking our door down to resume tariff free BMW imports and Citroen & Peugeot imports if we told Junker & Barnier they’re deluded.

Being a remainer doesn’t mean your an enemy of the state, it just means you may have thought of other consequences to a protest vote being carried.
It may still work but if Davis screws it up we’re still paying a fortune to a club of [censored] we owe nothing, for the same rights we had before but with no say in its affairs.....remember that little nugget “Campaign Fear” fed us....? Well, it’s a tangible reality about now....


"I’d rather have stayed in the EU as my business is heavily influenced by raw material costs from imports through the EU"

Surely though HuntingHorn the increase of the raw materials will be the same as your competitors putting them in the same boat therefore prices will stay the same albeit perhaps slightly higher?

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18 Nov 2017 18:15 #55 by orfc
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I'm a cross between upper and lower left



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18 Nov 2017 18:33 #56 by Dancingbear
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I'm a cross between upper and lower left



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Up yours Nigger!!!

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18 Nov 2017 18:35 #57 by Alan
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Brilliant :lol:

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18 Nov 2017 18:39 #58 by Arragorn
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Brexit = the biggest shambles our once proud country has ever been involved in.
Nobody has a sodding clue as to what will happen least of all the politicians who are being well paid to get us out of the EU.
Why is anyone surprised that the EU is playing hardball? They didn't ask us to leave.
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18 Nov 2017 19:31 #59 by HuntingHorn
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munchymagic wrote:

HuntingHorn wrote: No change in mortgage? You’d almost think we hadn’t actually left yet....give it a while....

That said, I’m getting to the opinion we should tell Barnier and Junker are getting to the point I’d tell them to shove their boys club up their arse.
I’d rather have stayed in the EU as my business is heavily influenced by raw material costs from imports through the EU, its also at the mercy of the monetary value of the pound for good raw material prices....the referendum has poured a huge cup of piss all over that and potentially seeks to ruin me if it goes badly.
There is a possibility however that we negotiate quickly with non-EU countries who can replace my raw materials, and I’m 100% certain the major players in the EU bloc would be knocking our door down to resume tariff free BMW imports and Citroen & Peugeot imports if we told Junker & Barnier they’re deluded.

Being a remainer doesn’t mean your an enemy of the state, it just means you may have thought of other consequences to a protest vote being carried.
It may still work but if Davis screws it up we’re still paying a fortune to a club of [censored] we owe nothing, for the same rights we had before but with no say in its affairs.....remember that little nugget “Campaign Fear” fed us....? Well, it’s a tangible reality about now....


"I’d rather have stayed in the EU as my business is heavily influenced by raw material costs from imports through the EU"

Surely though HuntingHorn the increase of the raw materials will be the same as your competitors putting them in the same boat therefore prices will stay the same albeit perhaps slightly higher?


Unfortunately in my business there’s a limit to what people will pay before trying to do it all themselves by even the crudest of methods available to them.
Sadly quality seems to be less and less important these days, and if the EU exit means we pay more for our raw materials, price goes up, I’m certain the result will be that people use us less and try to do more themselves regardless of how shit the end result looks.

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18 Nov 2017 21:17 #60 by CCU
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Arragorn wrote: Why is anyone surprised that the EU is playing hardball? They didn't ask us to leave.


They’re playing hardball because once we depart it will start crumbling. Germany and France can’t run it without us.

They’re absolutely shit scared (Not that they’d admit in public naturally) we’re leaving...

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18 Nov 2017 21:33 #61 by Alan
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CCU wrote:

Arragorn wrote: Why is anyone surprised that the EU is playing hardball? They didn't ask us to leave.


They’re playing hardball because once we depart it will start crumbling. Germany and France can’t run it without us.

They’re absolutely shit scared (Not that they’d admit in public naturally) we’re leaving...


Great post and the only thing weakening our bargaining position is the remoaning piss the beds who are trying to make this transition as tough as possible just because the results of a referendum didn't go their way.

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18 Nov 2017 21:45 #62 by BlueAl
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They are now threatening to withhold our budget rebate and that nobody Donald Tusk is giving us two weeks to give them more coin, or else! Time to stop all payments and walk away.

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18 Nov 2017 22:18 #63 by howoldboy
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Alan wrote:

CCU wrote:

Arragorn wrote: Why is anyone surprised that the EU is playing hardball? They didn't ask us to leave.


They’re playing hardball because once we depart it will start crumbling. Germany and France can’t run it without us.

They’re absolutely shit scared (Not that they’d admit in public naturally) we’re leaving...


Great post and the only thing weakening our bargaining position is the remoaning piss the beds who are trying to make this transition as tough as possible just because the results of a referendum didn't go their way.


I've always wanted to weaken your bargaining position Al. If I can make it as tough as possible for intellectuals like you I will die a happy man.

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19 Nov 2017 10:48 #64 by ExiledJock
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Love the idea that we're the glue keeping the EU together.

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19 Nov 2017 13:07 #65 by Markovitch
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Alan wrote:

CCU wrote:

Arragorn wrote: Why is anyone surprised that the EU is playing hardball? They didn't ask us to leave.


They’re playing hardball because once we depart it will start crumbling. Germany and France can’t run it without us.

They’re absolutely shit scared (Not that they’d admit in public naturally) we’re leaving...


Great post and the only thing weakening our bargaining position is the remoaning piss the beds who are trying to make this transition as tough as possible just because the results of a referendum didn't go their way.


Why is it every time you are frightened someone doesn't agree with you, you accuse them of being incontinent? is there something you want to share with us (or are already sharing)?

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19 Nov 2017 14:38 #66 by thesilentone
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It intrigues me why we are negotiating at all, is just go's to show how screwed up the EU model is.

We want to trade, they need us to trade, what is the issue ?

Sadly this is down to people's perceptions (the leaders of the EU), it's like we are breaking out of prison and they have lost the machine guns. Why not just get down to what they mean, and use words that reflect this, like ' well you can get out if you want, but we'll make you pay you baxxxxrds !!

Pull up the draw-bridge and tell them to go forth and multiply, we'll survive very well without them.
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19 Nov 2017 14:59 #67 by Alan
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Markovitch wrote:

Alan wrote:

CCU wrote:

Arragorn wrote: Why is anyone surprised that the EU is playing hardball? They didn't ask us to leave.


They’re playing hardball because once we depart it will start crumbling. Germany and France can’t run it without us.

They’re absolutely shit scared (Not that they’d admit in public naturally) we’re leaving...


Great post and the only thing weakening our bargaining position is the remoaning piss the beds who are trying to make this transition as tough as possible just because the results of a referendum didn't go their way.


Why is it every time you are frightened someone doesn't agree with you, you accuse them of being incontinent? is there something you want to share with us (or are already sharing)?


Probably my disagreement defence mechanism kicking marko a bit like yours when you clearly didn't like the takeover bid from a fellow blue for our club.
The only difference is mine is a bit tongue in cheek not nasty, vile and liabelous as yours became as you where losing that argument.
I give credit where credits due you come across as a very knowledgeable intelligent person and I admire your stance on things you believe in but I can't help feeling there's times I wish you would bore the f**k off.

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19 Nov 2017 15:44 #68 by Markovitch
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In what way is writing if you don't agree with me its because you have an illness tongue in cheek and not nasty, vile and libellous? Where is the humour in telling people they are ill? Its not funny at all, its nasty and vile to use your own words

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21 Nov 2017 10:45 #69 by orfc
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Looks like Brexit means Brexit giving the EU tons of cash the NHS could have used
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21 Nov 2017 13:00 #70 by sirjimmyglass
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Bet wetters - Remoaners. They're going to complain about Brexit forever and a day, and regardless of whether it is a success or not will be bitterly complaining about the injustice of it all. While we're all living in gold plated mansions from the roaring economy that a world of free trade, no beurocracy and no foreigners has brought us, they'll be cursing the old for ruining Britain. BOOOO!

Happy clappers - Brexiteers. They're going to cheer and clap for Brexit forever and a day, regardless of whether it is a success or not. While we're all on rations and living back in the medieval times, at least we've got our country back, and sent the buggers home. HURRAH!

And of course, there's no in between.
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28 Nov 2017 09:10 #71 by CCU
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28 Nov 2017 11:54 #72 by Dancingbear
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She'd say owt to get back onside though.

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04 Dec 2017 14:17 #73 by CCU
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There’s going to be an Election soon the way this is going...


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04 Dec 2017 16:09 #74 by Markovitch
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Wonder if Labour will campaign on a stay in the EU platform? May has now confirmed that the UK will pay into the EU contributions until 2021 so we've gone from £350m a week for the NHS to we will now pay the full whack but have no say in how it will be spent and Britain won't be eligible for any of it. Top negotiating that

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04 Dec 2017 16:30 #75 by CCU
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Corbyn is a huge Euro-sceptic, despite claiming we should stay in when he became Leader...

uk.businessinsider.com/jeremy-corbyn-is-...he-eu-was-bad-2016-4

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04 Dec 2017 23:28 #76 by NORTHERNSOUL
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CCU wrote: There’s going to be an Election soon the way this is going...


I do hope so

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05 Dec 2017 07:52 #77 by Markovitch
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I think we'l have to have an election. The only way May got a majority was by bribing the DUP a billion. As soon as the money arrived the DUP reneged and they are now voting against the Tories
www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/sep/13...pay-and-tuition-fees

I certainly hope it happens. If we get a decent Labour Government they might build some proper flood defences then the stadium becomes a useable asset again so it will be much better for the club

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05 Dec 2017 08:57 #78 by pacirv
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All it's actually achieved is to split the country down the middle, people would do well to remember the vote was 52% for and 48% against, if it was rerun the result would probably be very different. We are suppose to be a democratic country and yet the Brexiteers are offensive to people who thought it better to remain only time will tell who was right. The world is becoming very isolationists and that in itself is vey dangerous. We all share the he same planet and if as we are continue to destroy it then the future of the human race is very bleak.
We need to work together as one to save our planet. Rant over.

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05 Dec 2017 12:05 #79 by CCU
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pacirv wrote: All it's actually achieved is to split the country down the middle, people would do well to remember the vote was 52% for and 48% against, if it was rerun the result would probably be very different. We are suppose to be a democratic country and yet the Brexiteers are offensive to people who thought it better to remain only time will tell who was right. The world is becoming very isolationists and that in itself is vey dangerous. We all share the he same planet and if as we are continue to destroy it then the future of the human race is very bleak.
We need to work together as one to save our planet. Rant over.


And the Remainers are just as offensive to the Leavers.

Both sides have been as bad as each other...

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05 Dec 2017 18:51 #80 by Alan
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Have we not f**king left yet.?

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05 Dec 2017 18:58 #81 by Bruntonpasty
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I think the EU is like Royston Vasey, "You'll never leave" !!!

I'm fed up of hearing about it all now, couldn't give a flying fek whether we leave or not just now. A total fek up by ALL concerned.

They don't like it up 'em!

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05 Dec 2017 19:15 - 05 Dec 2017 19:17 #82 by Alan
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Well at least Arlene Foster has stopped May selling our nation further down the the river that pro remain coward had one job to do get us out, leave ,walk away a f**king fail on all counts.
Where the f**k has our country's backbone gone?
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05 Dec 2017 19:17 #83 by Mr Quint
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Who gives a shit as long as the DUP gets it's [censored] way!

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05 Dec 2017 19:54 #84 by pacirv
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It's turned into more of a fckd up zit than a brexit lol.

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05 Dec 2017 23:52 #85 by Dancingbear
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Mr Quint wrote: Who gives a shit as long as the DUP gets it's [censored] way!


Why shouldn’t they get their way? They’re as British as the rest of us.

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06 Dec 2017 03:24 - 06 Dec 2017 03:25 #86 by NORTHERNSOUL
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Dancingbear wrote:

Mr Quint wrote: Who gives a shit as long as the DUP gets it's [censored] way!


Why shouldn’t they get their way? They’re as British as the rest of us.


Theyre all a load of lying promise breaking ba.stards i voted out to kick out a couple of million foreigners and to just tell the EU to [censored] off not all this backtracking and negotiating crap simply no need for it if we upset them what are they going to do ? invade us ? somehow i doubt it . The trade thing will just sort itself out on its own they put quotas on us we put them on them so whats the point and i very much doubt theres anything we get from the EU that we couldn't get from elsewhere from countries that would be only too happy to sell to us at non-quota prices

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06 Dec 2017 07:17 #87 by BlueAl
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The pacifist vicars daughter Theresa May was always going to make too many concessions. The wrong person to be near any sort of negotiations.

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06 Dec 2017 11:13 #88 by Dancingbear
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NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

Mr Quint wrote: Who gives a shit as long as the DUP gets it's [censored] way!


Why shouldn’t they get their way? They’re as British as the rest of us.


Theyre all a load of lying promise breaking ba.stards i voted out to kick out a couple of million foreigners and to just tell the EU to [censored] off not all this backtracking and negotiating crap simply no need for it if we upset them what are they going to do ? invade us ? somehow i doubt it . The trade thing will just sort itself out on its own they put quotas on us we put them on them so whats the point and i very much doubt theres anything we get from the EU that we couldn't get from elsewhere from countries that would be only too happy to sell to us at non-quota prices


Yep i know you did. I dont think you meant kicking out loyal British subjects from Northern Ireland though which is the long term fear of the DUP. They should have prob used the DUP to negotiate with the EU id guess theyd have done a better job.

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06 Dec 2017 13:10 #89 by orfc
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Today's Brexit News:

Brexit Select Committee: "Where are these impact assessments?"
Dickie Davies: "urrr, they don't exist"
Brexit Select Committee: "You what?"
Dickie Davies: "Well, we don't know what the effect of brexit will be economically till it happens"
Brexit Select Committee: "All you Brexit trumpets said Brexit would be great economically"
Dickie Davies: "Urrr, and now over to Walsall Town Hall for the wrestling"

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06 Dec 2017 18:02 #90 by Alan
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orfc wrote: Today's Brexit News:

Brexit Select Committee: "Where are these impact assessments?"
Dickie Davies: "urrr, they don't exist"
Brexit Select Committee: "You what?"
Dickie Davies: "Well, we don't know what the effect of brexit will be economically till it happens"
Brexit Select Committee: "All you Brexit trumpets said Brexit would be great economically"
Dickie Davies: "Urrr, and now over to Walsall Town Hall for the wrestling"


Come on get in the real world man if your going to throw shit like that into the argument you've got to also mention the treasurys assessment that over 800,000 jobs would be lost simply on a leave victory which never happened which just goes to show assessments of this kind are a bigger waste of time than your failed humorless post on the subject.

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06 Dec 2017 18:02 - 06 Dec 2017 18:45 #91 by Alan
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06 Dec 2017 20:35 #92 by orfc
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Can you hear the Brexit sing? I can't hear a [censored] thing!

Going down with the Brexit, you're going down with the Brexit..

Where's your Brexit gone? Where's your Brexit gone?

You don't know what you're doing... etc etc

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06 Dec 2017 20:40 #93 by loser
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It's f*cking brilliant so far. Gets funnier every week and yet the senile little Englanders still scramble to defend it! I'm glad we voted out now, it's becoming an excellent source of entertainment and building up to the grand finale of a 2nd referendum, a victory for Remain and the biggest bed-wetting exercise since we voted to leave, but this time from the other side.

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06 Dec 2017 21:54 #94 by CCU
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I’m happy being a ‘senile little Englander’...

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06 Dec 2017 22:44 - 06 Dec 2017 22:46 #95 by NORTHERNSOUL
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Dancingbear wrote:

NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

Mr Quint wrote: Who gives a shit as long as the DUP gets it's [censored] way!


Why shouldn’t they get their way? They’re as British as the rest of us.


Theyre all a load of lying promise breaking ba.stards i voted out to kick out a couple of million foreigners and to just tell the EU to [censored] off not all this backtracking and negotiating crap simply no need for it if we upset them what are they going to do ? invade us ? somehow i doubt it . The trade thing will just sort itself out on its own they put quotas on us we put them on them so whats the point and i very much doubt theres anything we get from the EU that we couldn't get from elsewhere from countries that would be only too happy to sell to us at non-quota prices


Yep i know you did. I dont think you meant kicking out loyal British subjects from Northern Ireland though which is the long term fear of the DUP. They should have prob used the DUP to negotiate with the EU id guess theyd have done a better job.


The only person who should have been considered to do the negotiations was Nigel Farrage he would of had Junker and his mates on the floor months ago

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06 Dec 2017 23:41 - 06 Dec 2017 23:43 #96 by CCU
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“John Stevenson, Tory MP for Carlisle, said there was “a lot of support” in Parliament for being members of the European Free Trade Association, which includes Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.”

www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/may-lef...d-deal-a3712306.html

And...



Someone remind John he’s there to represent his Constituency, and not what the feeling is amongst some MP’s please...

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06 Dec 2017 23:43 - 07 Dec 2017 05:40 #97 by Gannadan
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The entertainment value alone makes Farage the man for the job NS, there's nothing more satisfying than watching Farage poke the European elite with his stick, comedy gold.

"That is the greatest feat in the history of the game."
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07 Dec 2017 00:21 - 07 Dec 2017 00:23 #98 by NORTHERNSOUL
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Gannadan wrote: The entertainment value alone makes Farage the man for the job NS, There's nothing more satisfying than watching Farage poke the European elite with his stick, comedy gold.


Yes i agree

But i.m bloody sure that by now wed of either got everything we wanted or told them to go and fu.ck themselves either of which would be better than the current pantomime which certainly isn't entertaining in any way whatsoever.

" if the old git stepped out in front of my car i wouldnt be looking for the brakes thats for sure "
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07 Dec 2017 10:01 #99 by orfc
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Alan wrote: you've got to also mention the treasurys assessment that over 800,000 jobs would be lost simply on a leave victory which never happened.


That was on leaving the EU, which we err... haven't actually left yet, hence all these talks and that

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07 Dec 2017 11:47 #100 by loser
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CCU wrote: “John Stevenson, Tory MP for Carlisle, said there was “a lot of support” in Parliament for being members of the European Free Trade Association, which includes Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.”

www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/may-lef...d-deal-a3712306.html

And...



Someone remind John he’s there to represent his Constituency, and not what the feeling is amongst some MP’s please...

You voted him in :D

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