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11 Dec 2017 10:23 #151 by carwash
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Markovitch wrote: The thing everyone in Europe is talking about is clause 49. This says that in any situation where agreement is not reached the UK will align with eu regulations. How is that brexit? They simply say no and bingo they have won!


But EU regulations are not a big problem for most people and we expect some sort of alignment anyway. We still have a lot of discretion over benefit payments etc so if after Brexit we are forced to play dirty with the EU so we can stop child benefit to EU migrants and see how they like it. I personally think a sensible agreement will be hammered out leaving frictionless trade at the border and continued rights of EU migrants to work here so EU imports can continue pouring in and Arragorn can get a Polish handyman to fit his kitchen units.
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13 Dec 2017 19:23 #152 by CCU
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13 Dec 2017 19:33 #153 by Dancingbear
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Well there’s only one person to blame for that. Strong and stable. Nothings agreed until everything’s agreed. Wonder what she’ll start saying next week.

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13 Dec 2017 19:41 - 13 Dec 2017 19:46 #154 by Alan
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Great news improves chances of a walk away no deal scenario
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And a saving of that Wank Forty Billion divorce bill.
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13 Dec 2017 20:02 #155 by Dancingbear
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Cant see that happening Alan. If the useless fu cker hadnt called another election none of this lot would have posed a problem. They must be pissing themselves in Brussels yet again.

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13 Dec 2017 20:15 #156 by NORTHERNSOUL
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Dancingbear wrote: Cant see that happening Alan. If the useless fu cker hadnt called another election none of this lot would have posed a problem. They must be pissing themselves in Brussels yet again.


Yeah great news as it means the torys will be subjected to presure from groups of MP.s with their own agendas and hopefully from one wanting to get the whole thing back to getting on with what it was designed for getting rid of the Illegal immigrant's, asylum seekers and associated East European scumbags.

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13 Dec 2017 21:11 #157 by Markovitch
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Whole thing is such a farce they should all dress up as enormous Italian waiters and lob custard pies at each other while seeing who can get through the narrow door first a la Fil Rouge from It's a Knockout

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13 Dec 2017 23:39 #158 by Dancingbear
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I see Stevenson voted in both lobbies. Shakes head.

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14 Dec 2017 06:58 #159 by Alan
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Politicians voting on what they think is best or blindly voting to oust an opposition government and totally ignoring the will of constituents on how they voted in referendum. (both leave and remain)
I'm proud of the lot of them.

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14 Dec 2017 08:24 #160 by CCU
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Dancingbear wrote: I see Stevenson voted in both lobbies. Shakes head.


Aye strange do!


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14 Dec 2017 10:11 #161 by Dancingbear
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Maybe he got lost?

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11 Jan 2018 11:46 #162 by orfc
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Nigel Farraj wants a second referendum now

www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/b...leader-a8153106.html


BRING IT ON MUTHAFUKKAZ

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11 Jan 2018 13:09 #163 by CCU
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Just say a second referendum did happen, and it was the same result, would Remain actually quieten down?

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11 Jan 2018 13:51 #164 by whytakemypostcode
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CCU wrote: Just say a second referendum did happen, and it was the same result, would Remain actually quieten down?


The result wouldn't be the same - too many people have now realised the massive unnecessary damage that this is going to cause to the country.

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11 Jan 2018 14:08 #165 by Kangshung
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CCU wrote: Just say a second referendum did happen, and it was the same result, would Remain actually quieten down?


Why should we? We believe it will harm our kids and our grandchildren. Why shouldn't we continue to express our views?

Democratic process is not nullified by scepticism.

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11 Jan 2018 14:08 #166 by Kangshung
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whytakemypostcode wrote:

CCU wrote: Just say a second referendum did happen, and it was the same result, would Remain actually quieten down?


The result wouldn't be the same - too many people have now realised the massive unnecessary damage that this is going to cause to the country.


Not convinced with this...

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11 Jan 2018 14:11 - 11 Jan 2018 14:12 #167 by thesilentone
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whytakemypostcode wrote:

CCU wrote: Just say a second referendum did happen, and it was the same result, would Remain actually quieten down?


The result wouldn't be the same - too many people have now realised the massive unnecessary damage that this is going to cause to the country.


You underestimate British resolve.

The way the EU Politicians have treated the UK, as well as the infiltration into the UK of Islamic Extremists due to weak border control would mean an even bigger majority in favour of Brexit.
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11 Jan 2018 14:20 #168 by markredfox73
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Question time could get heated tonight .. piers morgan and attention seeking [censored] gina miller on the panel.

No doubt some of us who watch will want to scop summet at the tele

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11 Jan 2018 14:25 #169 by Kangshung
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thesilentone wrote:

whytakemypostcode wrote:

CCU wrote: Just say a second referendum did happen, and it was the same result, would Remain actually quieten down?


The result wouldn't be the same - too many people have now realised the massive unnecessary damage that this is going to cause to the country.


You underestimate British resolve.

The way the EU Politicians have treated the UK, as well as the infiltration into the UK of Islamic Extremists due to weak border control would mean an even bigger majority in favour of Brexit.


What a load of bollocks.

Shoud the EU be bowing to us?

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11 Jan 2018 14:28 #170 by orfc
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Peter Stringfellow says REMAIN

www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/lapdanc...rotest-a3737561.html


I aspire to be a total silver fox like Peter, a man who spent his 60s in a bed with leather sheets can't be wrong
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11 Jan 2018 14:59 - 11 Jan 2018 14:59 #171 by CCU
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One image encapsulated Remain for me...


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11 Jan 2018 15:19 - 11 Jan 2018 15:20 #172 by Bruntonpasty
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Kangshung wrote:

thesilentone wrote:

whytakemypostcode wrote:

CCU wrote: Just say a second referendum did happen, and it was the same result, would Remain actually quieten down?


The result wouldn't be the same - too many people have now realised the massive unnecessary damage that this is going to cause to the country.


You underestimate British resolve.

The way the EU Politicians have treated the UK, as well as the infiltration into the UK of Islamic Extremists due to weak border control would mean an even bigger majority in favour of Brexit.


What a load of bollocks.

Shoud the EU be bowing to us?



Probably not but, nor should we have to bend over and take it up the jeer from them.

They don't like it up 'em!
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11 Jan 2018 16:39 #173 by Kangshung
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Bruntonpasty wrote:

Kangshung wrote:

thesilentone wrote:

whytakemypostcode wrote:

CCU wrote: Just say a second referendum did happen, and it was the same result, would Remain actually quieten down?


The result wouldn't be the same - too many people have now realised the massive unnecessary damage that this is going to cause to the country.


You underestimate British resolve.

The way the EU Politicians have treated the UK, as well as the infiltration into the UK of Islamic Extremists due to weak border control would mean an even bigger majority in favour of Brexit.


What a load of bollocks.

Shoud the EU be bowing to us?



Probably not but, nor should we have to bend over and take it up the jeer from them.


Totally agree. And we aren't bwing forced to do that, regardless of the waffle coming from the leave politicians. Unable to achieve anything, best point the finger at the imaginary enemy...

Anyhow, I've done my best to keep out of the brexit debate for the past year and a bit. As much as I believe leaving is the wrong choice, I can't be bothered with another referendum. We've had enough lies and false promises from our political class, and I don't think the country is ready for yet more partisan, ideological bickering...

We're leaving, for better or worse.

But let's not blame others if doing so costs us more than we'd bargained for ;)

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11 Jan 2018 16:41 #174 by Kangshung
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Kangshung wrote:

Bruntonpasty wrote:

Kangshung wrote:

thesilentone wrote:

whytakemypostcode wrote:

CCU wrote: Just say a second referendum did happen, and it was the same result, would Remain actually quieten down?


The result wouldn't be the same - too many people have now realised the massive unnecessary damage that this is going to cause to the country.


You underestimate British resolve.

The way the EU Politicians have treated the UK, as well as the infiltration into the UK of Islamic Extremists due to weak border control would mean an even bigger majority in favour of Brexit.


What a load of bollocks.

Shoud the EU be bowing to us?



Probably not but, nor should we have to bend over and take it up the jeer from them.


Totally agree. And we aren't being forced to do that, regardless of the waffle coming from the leave politicians. Unable to achieve anything, best point the finger at the imaginary enemy...

Anyhow, I've done my best to keep out of the brexit debate for the past year and a bit. As much as I believe leaving is the wrong choice, I can't be bothered with another referendum. We've had enough lies and false promises from our political class, and I don't think the country is ready for yet more partisan, ideological bickering...

We're leaving, for better or worse.

But let's not blame others if doing so costs us more than we'd bargained for ;)

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11 Jan 2018 16:53 #175 by thesilentone
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The EU is a big fat bloated cartel, full of wanna-be's.

Corruption is rife, and the waste of taxpayers money is at biblical levels.

The EU sticks two fingers up to the needy and desperate, and is totally focussed on Russia flexing it's muscles.

It is a declining market that dumps enough produce to feed half the World's starving, and controls industry via back-handers and subsidies.

Our Great and Grandparents fought for freedom for people in the UK, and the right to decide our own destiny.

There are those who will suffer after we Brexit, that is for sure, including the holy than thou financial markets. But, maybe we can get back to making things, something we are very weak at, with a very low contribution from Industry (compared to the Krauts).

Our general costs mean we should be able to produce products cheaper than the Germans and re-gain some national pride.

Bring it on !!

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11 Jan 2018 17:46 #176 by munchymagic
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Don't understand peoples hatred of Piers Morgan, not his biggest fan but he only has to say something that is 'interpreted' wrongly and it is on the tv news, number one on that MSN site - totally ridiculous.

I am amazed he gets so much airtime, it is like they analyse everything he says to find something worth printing.

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12 Jan 2018 04:09 - 12 Jan 2018 04:30 #177 by NORTHERNSOUL
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Kangshung wrote:

thesilentone wrote:

whytakemypostcode wrote:

CCU wrote: Just say a second referendum did happen, and it was the same result, would Remain actually quieten down?


The result wouldn't be the same - too many people have now realised the massive unnecessary damage that this is going to cause to the country.


You underestimate British resolve.

The way the EU Politicians have treated the UK, as well as the infiltration into the UK of Islamic Extremists due to weak border control would mean an even bigger majority in favour of Brexit.


What a load of bollocks.

Shoud the EU be bowing to us?


YES, Of course, they should every time they come into the room.

But they had their chance to put us in charge instead they went with the Krauts you'd of thought they'd of learnt their lesson wouldn't you as you can hardly say it went well the last couple of times that happened did it ?

Lets just get out now send all the East Europeans home, get the Muslims onto the ferries then we can start to be British again plaster the union jack flag over everything we make and then start to destroy the EU and their loony ideas from the outside

Where its not gone to plan is because we.ve had arseholes like May Boris and the other one whos name i can never remember running the show when we should have said whos the best man to stand up to them and sent big Nige and instead of pissing us about trying to look like its their decision hed of had them on their knees begging us to throw them a few scraps and the minuite they started asking for any cash we should of just sent each and every one of them [ minus the frogs, unfortunately ] an invoice for the protection we.ve given them for the past 70 years in form of our nuclear deterrent.

And as most people to some extent or another voted out with the immigration issue in mind yet what have May and co done up to now on that one? Are the ferries booked? Have the repatriation flights started? Has the Border Force been given the manpower to do what it says on the tin? Have they [censored] and thats why the EU are taking the piss because they've realised they're dealing with a load of soft shits who are quite happy to prey on our own poor and disabled but when it comes to giving the Krauts and the Frogs a good kicking they're nowhere to be seen.

And if Nige is saying give em a second referendum you.ve got to be sure that hes pretty well convinced that the result would be the same
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12 Jan 2018 15:42 #178 by Flatcap
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Getting sick of all this Brexit shite. The sooner summer 2019 comes the better.
So much hot air shouted on both sides that it's no wonder we are suffering from global warming.
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06 Feb 2018 08:22 #179 by CCU
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Anna Soubry. Bedwetter extraordinaire!

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06 Feb 2018 09:33 #180 by PaddockRanger
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Ive recently been watching Skint on the IPTV app.

Scunthorpe (Steel Industry) and Grimsby (Fishing) have been the towns been affected by being part of the EU......although i doubt brexit will improve britains current poverty levels, there is hope that other industries and towns/cities will not suffer the same fate. although i personally think its too late.

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06 Feb 2018 11:01 - 06 Feb 2018 11:01 #181 by thesilentone
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The one real positive about Brexit, is the reality check it brings.
The Country has lived off the back of the greedy fat money market in London for decades (I suppose this is the legacy of Red Robbo who helped screw manufacturing.)
Now, we are going to have to get off our fat axxses and do something about it, away from the distraction of the corrupt cartel that has poisoned our way of life and ' Britishness '
Lets get back to making things and selling to a Worldwide market, embrace change and use it to our advantage.
Merkel and the Frogs have given themselves enough social problems for the next decade, we don't need them.
As for those in the big house in Brussels, the end game will come soon, play hard-ball if you want, it is you who will suffer also.......

To all the mad scientists who tell us, we are fxxxked, my only comment is ' your usually wrong '
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06 Feb 2018 13:45 #182 by Laffy
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I agree

Just left the JCB headquarters in Uttoxeter.I was blown away by it to be honest-massive skill base supporting a world class product and in a fantastic facility.Its not all bad out there I can tell you.

I would give leaders like Lord Bamford a war chest and get them to reset the way this country runs it’s industrial base.

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06 Feb 2018 14:17 - 06 Feb 2018 14:19 #183 by Markovitch
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thesilentone wrote: The one real positive about Brexit, is the reality check it brings.
The Country has lived off the back of the greedy fat money market in London for decades (I suppose this is the legacy of Red Robbo who helped screw manufacturing.)
Now, we are going to have to get off our fat axxses and do something about it, away from the distraction of the corrupt cartel that has poisoned our way of life and ' Britishness '
Lets get back to making things and selling to a Worldwide market, embrace change and use it to our advantage.
Merkel and the Frogs have given themselves enough social problems for the next decade, we don't need them.
As for those in the big house in Brussels, the end game will come soon, play hard-ball if you want, it is you who will suffer also.......

To all the mad scientists who tell us, we are fxxxked, my only comment is ' your usually wrong '


What reality check, no one, especially the Government has any idea what will happen.
The City certainly earns a lot of money but what is forgotten is that the bank bailout cost more than the bail out of Greece.
What are you going to make. The steel for Hinckley point is being imported from Sweden while the current Government discusses bailing the UKs largest steel manufacturer. Trident, over 200 of the $250bn cost will go to the US. Over 80% of HS2 and Hinckley Point same again. That's why I bang on about these things, spend money on the NHS and British tax payers money goes into British pockets.
Basic old aged pension,Germany £26kpa, France £15.5pa, UK less than £8. Who poisoned our Britishness? Who has the worst social issues?

I'm not a remainer, I certainly didn't vote to remain but be realistic, money will be tighter for several years after Brexit than it currently is especially as the EU is now discussing lifting sanctions against Russia and putting them on the UK
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07 Feb 2018 00:31 #184 by munchymagic
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Laffy wrote: I agree

Just left the JCB headquarters in Uttoxeter.I was blown away by it to be honest-massive skill base supporting a world class product and in a fantastic facility.Its not all bad out there I can tell you.

I would give leaders like Lord Bamford a war chest and get them to reset the way this country runs it’s industrial base.


JCB from my experiences have always been late payers.

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07 Feb 2018 20:16 #185 by whytakemypostcode
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news.sky.com/story/hit-to-northern-irela...papers-leak-11240254

Another day, another leak. [censored] Brexit.

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07 Feb 2018 20:23 #186 by munchymagic
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whytakemypostcode wrote: news.sky.com/story/hit-to-northern-irela...papers-leak-11240254

Another day, another leak. [censored] Brexit.


Just thank yourself lucky that it is happening.

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07 Feb 2018 21:07 #187 by NORTHERNSOUL
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munchymagic wrote:

whytakemypostcode wrote: news.sky.com/story/hit-to-northern-irela...papers-leak-11240254

Another day, another leak. [censored] Brexit.


Just thank yourself lucky that it is happening.


Why the hell don't we just tell them to piss off and stick their customs union up there arses and have a massive government-funded 48-hour party on the money we.ll save by not paying them a penny then give the rest to the NHS.

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NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

munchymagic wrote:

whytakemypostcode wrote: news.sky.com/story/hit-to-northern-irela...papers-leak-11240254

Another day, another leak. [censored] Brexit.


Just thank yourself lucky that it is happening.


Why the hell don't we just tell them to piss off and stick their customs union up there arses and have a massive government-funded 48-hour party on the money we.ll save by not paying them a penny then give the rest to the NHS.


Well, you'd need to be drunk to think Brexit is a good idea

The weirdo fascist twins Rees-Mogg and Redwood are kicking off about the figures so that tells me it's accurate

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07 Feb 2018 22:23 #189 by munchymagic
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Just tell them to go [censored] themselves like Farage would have done if they had let him and got a deal done a damn sight quicker - love him or hate him but this is his field of expertise.

Something tells me that this will be a short term leave with simple ways in place for a swift return without much damage done because the process was already in place unlike when we left.

Scaremongering will be the word of the day, fundings will be stopped for everything but then farmers will be promised five times in subsidiaries than they get now, the old folk will be taken care of and everything will be rosy if we vote back in.

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07 Feb 2018 22:42 #190 by CCU
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The EU will collapse in time anyways...

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08 Feb 2018 03:33 #191 by BlueAl
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Lets hope so.

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08 Feb 2018 06:46 #192 by Markovitch
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NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

munchymagic wrote:

whytakemypostcode wrote: news.sky.com/story/hit-to-northern-irela...papers-leak-11240254

Another day, another leak. [censored] Brexit.


Just thank yourself lucky that it is happening.


Why the hell don't we just tell them to piss off and stick their customs union up there arses and have a massive government-funded 48-hour party on the money we.ll save by not paying them a penny then give the rest to the NHS.


Any money we save will be offset by the drop in profits tax. I'll let Happy step in and explain guns and butter

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08 Feb 2018 09:04 #193 by mojo
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funny how all the experts spout off how bad it is going to be, but with their track records why should we listen to them? didn't they call the last 3 elections wrong and the brexit vote?

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08 Feb 2018 09:34 #194 by thesilentone
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CCU wrote: The EU will collapse in time anyways...


I agree, however their is one terrible glue that could keep it together - a war.

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08 Feb 2018 09:40 #195 by thesilentone
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Markovitch wrote:

thesilentone wrote: The one real positive about Brexit, is the reality check it brings.
The Country has lived off the back of the greedy fat money market in London for decades (I suppose this is the legacy of Red Robbo who helped screw manufacturing.)
Now, we are going to have to get off our fat axxses and do something about it, away from the distraction of the corrupt cartel that has poisoned our way of life and ' Britishness '
Lets get back to making things and selling to a Worldwide market, embrace change and use it to our advantage.
Merkel and the Frogs have given themselves enough social problems for the next decade, we don't need them.
As for those in the big house in Brussels, the end game will come soon, play hard-ball if you want, it is you who will suffer also.......

To all the mad scientists who tell us, we are fxxxked, my only comment is ' your usually wrong '


What reality check, no one, especially the Government has any idea what will happen.
The City certainly earns a lot of money but what is forgotten is that the bank bailout cost more than the bail out of Greece.
What are you going to make. The steel for Hinckley point is being imported from Sweden while the current Government discusses bailing the UKs largest steel manufacturer. Trident, over 200 of the $250bn cost will go to the US. Over 80% of HS2 and Hinckley Point same again. That's why I bang on about these things, spend money on the NHS and British tax payers money goes into British pockets.
Basic old aged pension,Germany £26kpa, France £15.5pa, UK less than £8. Who poisoned our Britishness? Who has the worst social issues?

I'm not a remainer, I certainly didn't vote to remain but be realistic, money will be tighter for several years after Brexit than it currently is especially as the EU is now discussing lifting sanctions against Russia and putting them on the UK


Marko,

it came to me like an epiphany...

There is a vacant job in Scotland that would really suit your skill, outlook and attitude.

it was made vacant at the last General election by Alex Salmond. Now could you please go and meet you constituents in Timbukto (or wherever it was he represented)

Knickerless Nicola will be along soon to rub your foreheed !

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08 Feb 2018 11:26 #196 by orfc
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thesilentone wrote:

Markovitch wrote:

thesilentone wrote: The one real positive about Brexit, is the reality check it brings.
The Country has lived off the back of the greedy fat money market in London for decades (I suppose this is the legacy of Red Robbo who helped screw manufacturing.)
Now, we are going to have to get off our fat axxses and do something about it, away from the distraction of the corrupt cartel that has poisoned our way of life and ' Britishness '
Lets get back to making things and selling to a Worldwide market, embrace change and use it to our advantage.
Merkel and the Frogs have given themselves enough social problems for the next decade, we don't need them.
As for those in the big house in Brussels, the end game will come soon, play hard-ball if you want, it is you who will suffer also.......

To all the mad scientists who tell us, we are fxxxked, my only comment is ' your usually wrong '


What reality check, no one, especially the Government has any idea what will happen.
The City certainly earns a lot of money but what is forgotten is that the bank bailout cost more than the bail out of Greece.
What are you going to make. The steel for Hinckley point is being imported from Sweden while the current Government discusses bailing the UKs largest steel manufacturer. Trident, over 200 of the $250bn cost will go to the US. Over 80% of HS2 and Hinckley Point same again. That's why I bang on about these things, spend money on the NHS and British tax payers money goes into British pockets.
Basic old aged pension,Germany £26kpa, France £15.5pa, UK less than £8. Who poisoned our Britishness? Who has the worst social issues?

I'm not a remainer, I certainly didn't vote to remain but be realistic, money will be tighter for several years after Brexit than it currently is especially as the EU is now discussing lifting sanctions against Russia and putting them on the UK


Marko,

it came to me like an epiphany...

There is a vacant job in Scotland that would really suit your skill, outlook and attitude.

it was made vacant at the last General election by Alex Salmond. Now could you please go and meet you constituents in Timbukto (or wherever it was he represented)

Knickerless Nicola will be along soon to rub your foreheed !


Fink you'll find when someone loses their seat it's because someone else has won it. It'd only be vacant if he dropped dead in situ after an all night sesh with Tasmina :-)

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08 Feb 2018 22:53 - 08 Feb 2018 22:59 #197 by NORTHERNSOUL
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munchymagic wrote: Just tell them to go [censored] themselves like Farage would have done if they had let him and got a deal done a damn sight quicker - love him or hate him but this is his field of expertise.

Something tells me that this will be a short term leave with simple ways in place for a swift return without much damage done because the process was already in place unlike when we left.

Scaremongering will be the word of the day, fundings will be stopped for everything but then farmers will be promised five times in subsidiaries than they get now, the old folk will be taken care of and everything will be rosy if we vote back in.


Dont be mad we.d never get back in on the terms we have now with all the opt outs we have.

Why do you think the frogs and the krauts are so keen to see us go because they dont think were paying a fraction of what we should be but the irony is if we were they wouldn't be able to afford to let us leave.

But youre right Brexit is a joke when must people voted for it for a smaller or greater reason of clamping down on the asylum seekers immigrants and East Europeans and what has May done absolutely nothing the bloody ferries are rotting to rust in the meantime.and more have left of their own accord coz they got upset at being called nasty names than have been kicked out to the point now where we dont even have enough Border Force officers to fill the plans the Poles send over and they have to contract plod to do it for them who then send them an invoice for doing so.

But youre right about one thing theyd of been waving the white flag the minute we appointed big Nige as chief negotiator and it would be them paying us not the other way round.
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08 Feb 2018 23:19 #198 by munchymagic
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NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

munchymagic wrote: Just tell them to go [censored] themselves like Farage would have done if they had let him and got a deal done a damn sight quicker - love him or hate him but this is his field of expertise.

Something tells me that this will be a short term leave with simple ways in place for a swift return without much damage done because the process was already in place unlike when we left.

Scaremongering will be the word of the day, fundings will be stopped for everything but then farmers will be promised five times in subsidiaries than they get now, the old folk will be taken care of and everything will be rosy if we vote back in.


Dont be mad we.d never get back in on the terms we have now with all the opt outs we have.

Why do you think the frogs and the krauts are so keen to see us go because they dont think were paying a fraction of what we should be but the irony is if we were they wouldn't be able to afford to let us leave.

But youre right Brexit is a joke when must people voted for it for a smaller or greater reason of clamping down on the asylum seekers immigrants and East Europeans and what has May done absolutely nothing the bloody ferries are rotting to rust in the meantime.and more have left of their own accord coz they got upset at being called nasty names than have been kicked out to the point now where we dont even have enough Border Force officers to fill the plans the Poles send over and they have to contract plod to do it for them who then send them an invoice for doing so.

But youre right about one thing theyd of been waving the white flag the minute we appointed big Nige as chief negotiator and it would be them paying us not the other way round.


Split between north and the south, I would say pansies but it would upset them but in reality voices down south especially London are diluted with stacks of people not wanting to be thrown out of the county, the old guard are called racists.

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09 Feb 2018 06:59 #199 by ExiledJock
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Farage is such an expert he's failed to ever win an election. He couldn't negotiate you a good deal on a car.

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09 Feb 2018 07:49 #200 by Markovitch
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Farage thought he would win Brexit and jump across as a senior Tory. Now they have sidelined him he realises that when Brexit comes he will be unemployed. Advocating desperately now for a second referendum so he gets to keep his job. So much for being true to your beliefs

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