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03 Jul 2018 07:39 - 03 Jul 2018 08:21 #401 by BlueAl
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BlueAl wrote: Friday, decision day for the vicars daughter. The brexit people voted or a fudge.

And what is that? as they were no options on the Ballett. Is that a hard Brexit ? is it a Soft Brexit ?. As just because 51% voted to leave it doesn't mean 51% of people want a hard Brexit.


Nobody had heard of a hard or soft brexit when they voted. The question on the ballot paper was a simple in or out. A majority voted out, get on with it.
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03 Jul 2018 08:22 #402 by pacirv
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If there was another vote would the result be the same now that a lot of the lies have come out. The wrong brexit not only threatens jobs and the economy but the NHS accessibility to drugs.

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03 Jul 2018 08:23 #403 by CCU
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It shows what a strange Country we are now, when you get labelled racist and the likes for simply having a bit of pride in the flag and wanting to control your own Borders, without donating cash to a busted flush like the EU...

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03 Jul 2018 08:46 - 03 Jul 2018 08:47 #404 by sirjimmyglass
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It's mental that people still think that Brexit is still about a simple leave/remain option. Everything that has gone on since, the complete shambles that it is, tells you how much more complicated it is than that.

You can't just shout IN or OUT, LEAVE or REMAIN and think that's the issue sorted. This is an absolutely massive issue, but people still seem to think we should stick it up 'em and leave. Job done.

Where the blame lies for this aspect of the complete and utter debacle that Brexit is, is a different matter. Stop trying to make out that this is black or white. It isn't..
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03 Jul 2018 09:08 #405 by CCU
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And the reason it is a shambles is the likes of Cameron simply didn’t think the people would vote as such, shit himself as he had no plan for when such a result happened, quit leaving others to pick up the pieces and sauntered into retirement!

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03 Jul 2018 09:11 #406 by sirjimmyglass
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Well then let's just ignore all of that and march on into oblivion *thumbs up*

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03 Jul 2018 09:33 #407 by BlueAl
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Don't think many thought it would be easy, but 'get on with it' means, stop being bullied and walked over. Theresa May needs to grow a pair.

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03 Jul 2018 13:50 #408 by Dancingbear
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BlueAl wrote: Don't think many thought it would be easy, but 'get on with it' means, stop being bullied and walked over. Theresa May needs to grow a pair.


Theresa May is [censored] weak and useless.

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03 Jul 2018 13:57 #409 by Happyblue
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CCU wrote: And the reason it is a shambles is the likes of Cameron simply didn’t think the people would vote as such, shit himself as he had no plan for when such a result happened, quit leaving others to pick up the pieces and sauntered into retirement!

This was always goimg to happen no matter who was incharge , Even the likes of Farage has never said what his idea of Brexit are he's changed his mind on what country to model the system on constantly, As soon as he heard the result he also quit as he had no idea. Also no one has called you people racist for having pride in the flags it's when you have the minority ,of which we know of one on here who hates all foreigners and people who aren't seemly white british . The the thing is it was never going to be as simple as leave or remain, whether you want to hear that or not (seemly not ) . The world has become globalised which may be our advantage people can claim that globalisation had failed , even though poverty is at an all time low world wide , along with longest period of relative peace in recorded history etc. Do people really want to go back to the good old days ? The days were we had to world wars in around 20 years ?. If you want to have a look what happens when individual countries only deal with their own needs you just look at the middle East . Its not racist or wrong to vote for leave , but it's stupid to think we would be better off without any deal, As people on here may hate the wealth of London but it's is the fincial capital of the world, if we lose our banking sector as they move into Europe as it's easier then shit will really hit the fan. Although this is actually our bargining chip , we offer to act as an independent body for the EU to handle this side , takes out all biases , then we use this to negotiate fair trade deals.

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03 Jul 2018 14:51 #410 by CumbrianView
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Middle East wars are mainly religion or the Arab Spring against dictators .Theres been no world wars not because of a united Europe but because no one wants there country obliterated its called the Nuclear Detterent.But the way these young folk now want everything there own way and cant take criticism the future looks very bleak ,they remind me of Chamberlin standing on Downing Street steps with the piece of paper saying Hitler wouldnt invade Poland and we know what happend next.In conflict they will give into any problem they will be walked over by anyone who stands up to them ,reminds me of our goverment at the momement they must have been born too soon.Brexit deal will be done not in Brussels but by Merkel and Macron it will be made to look like it suits everyone .Then what happens no one will have anything to talk about its got so bad that the Guardian today say the England football team represent the 48% remainers.There was another headline about bankers moving to Europe but when you read it the total was 3 why cant they accept the vote .No mention of Soros pals yacht in the thames the owner of Tottenham Hotspur worth £4 billion some made betting against the British pound with Soros they should be asking why he wants us staying in Europe .

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03 Jul 2018 16:18 - 03 Jul 2018 16:26 #411 by Happyblue
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CumbrianView wrote: Middle East wars are mainly religion or the Arab Spring against dictators .Theres been no world wars not because of a united Europe but because no one wants there country obliterated its called the Nuclear Detterent.But the way these young folk now want everything there own way and cant take criticism the future looks very bleak ,they remind me of Chamberlin standing on Downing Street steps with the piece of paper saying Hitler wouldnt invade Poland and we know what happend next.In conflict they will give into any problem they will be walked over by anyone who stands up to them ,reminds me of our goverment at the momement they must have been born too soon.Brexit deal will be done not in Brussels but by Merkel and Macron it will be made to look like it suits everyone .Then what happens no one will have anything to talk about its got so bad that the Guardian today say the England football team represent the 48% remainers.There was another headline about bankers moving to Europe but when you read it the total was 3 why cant they accept the vote .No mention of Soros pals yacht in the thames the owner of Tottenham Hotspur worth £4 billion some made betting against the British pound with Soros they should be asking why he wants us staying in Europe .

You maybe should learn history better, Nevile Chamberlin knew the war was coming he just knew we weren't prepared for it so he had to buy time, That's why when he got back he quickly started to rebuild the military and started moving troops into Belgium and France, look it up. Its one of the best known tricks of war sign an agreement then plan for war behind, People forget that the invasion of Poland was not just the Germans and forget the soviet union's involvement.

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03 Jul 2018 16:48 #412 by munchymagic
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Farage would have had it sorted by now if they had asked him to.

They still could - he is the bloke to deal with that bunch of wasters, in our government and the EU.

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03 Jul 2018 16:56 #413 by Moylesey
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munchymagic wrote: Farage would have had it sorted by now if they had asked him to.

They still could - he is the bloke to deal with that bunch of wasters, in our government and the EU.


It scares me to death that you believe that to be the case.

What has he actually done? Where is his track record in the European parliament and in the UK of dealing with wasters? The only thing he contributes to the thing he hates is to take a large salary from it.

Gobshite, cowardly hypocrite at absolute best.
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03 Jul 2018 17:22 #414 by munchymagic
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Moylesey wrote:

munchymagic wrote: Farage would have had it sorted by now if they had asked him to.

They still could - he is the bloke to deal with that bunch of wasters, in our government and the EU.


It scares me to death that you believe that to be the case.

What has he actually done? Where is his track record in the European parliament and in the UK of dealing with wasters? The only thing he contributes to the thing he hates is to take a large salary from it.

Gobshite, cowardly hypocrite at absolute best.


And it is going great at the moment is it not?

Try and check out the footage when he takes on the EU in that Muppet chamber and said that they had not worked a day in their lives, amazing viewing.

Farage was the man for the job.

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03 Jul 2018 17:30 #415 by BlueAl
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What has he done? Well he fronted ukip and despite being laughed at by the British establishment and European Parliament indirectly brought about the vote on brexit. A patriotic man who stuck to his beliefs and fought for what he believed in. Respect.
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03 Jul 2018 17:37 #416 by CumbrianView
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Mr Farage at his Best

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03 Jul 2018 17:41 - 03 Jul 2018 17:41 #417 by CumbrianView
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03 Jul 2018 17:45 - 03 Jul 2018 17:46 #418 by munchymagic
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CumbrianView wrote: Mr Farage at his Best


Cracking viewing that - cheers :)

Everyone should watch that, it was quality .

Anyone thinking that Farage would not do a better job is blinkered - I love the way that he delivers facts and is not afraid to have a go to the faces of the leaders of nations.

We would have a deal by now, and not some soft one that will cost us in the years to come.
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04 Jul 2018 00:34 #419 by munchymagic
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Beer sales must have went through the roof in this warm weather and the world cup, temperatures still rising and we still have at least one more weekend game.

Must be amazing news for the economy :)

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04 Jul 2018 13:22 #420 by sirjimmyglass
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Mr Farage at his absolute best. The absolute freak.

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05 Jul 2018 09:48 #421 by ExiledJock
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If we go to WTO regs I doubt Pirelli will be here in a decade's time.

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05 Jul 2018 10:45 #422 by BlueAl
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Neither will the corrupt EU hopefully.
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07 Jul 2018 00:06 - 07 Jul 2018 00:08 #423 by Blues86
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What a shambles today was. Really makes you wonder, why bother with the pretence of asking for the plebs opinion if you are just going to disregard it anyway? Im a leave voter and yet this sh!theap is probably worse than us just staying in (maybe thats the plan). A golden opportunity and yet the cabinet prefer riding around in a chauffeur driven Jag than actually doing the job they are paid to do. Id like to say its unbelievable, but unfortunately its not is it. Its sadly predictable. Ego and self importance beats the national interest every time.
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07 Jul 2018 09:31 #424 by Bruntonpasty
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Whatever they've decided still has to go through parliament and then be approved by the other 27 members, in my opinion, this could still take forever! The remoaners will stall it in Parliament and the chance of the EU waving it through delay free are slim to nil! Our mistake was not starting our negotiations at the hard brexit /no deal position and forcing the EU to work towards us.

They don't like it up 'em!

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07 Jul 2018 09:58 #425 by carwash
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I quite like the idea of a soft Brexit as regards trading with the EU in goods but not services. It would protect British jobs. Only a small minority could possibly object to our factories making products which comply with EU standards yet we'd have the freedom to go further like banning plastic straws.

Any Brexit deal has to be a massive compromise but I think we are getting somewhere that most people will not be unhappy about.

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07 Jul 2018 10:12 #426 by Dancingbear
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Itll be like on Auf Weidershen Pet when they painted the hut battleship Grey despite it being no ones first choice.

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07 Jul 2018 10:17 #427 by CCU
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Our politicians simply need to remember that we hold the cards. No to our deal? No to any pay-off...

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07 Jul 2018 12:09 #428 by NORTHERNSOUL
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Yep Mother Teressa is just too thick to realise she played right into our hands today by alienating a load more of her own party in that all the opponents have to do now is talk the plans down in parliament for a few months and hey ho we leave with no deal and get to do what was intended in the first place and tell the EU to go [censored] themselves.

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07 Jul 2018 12:53 - 07 Jul 2018 12:55 #429 by Blues86
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carwash wrote: I quite like the idea of a soft Brexit as regards trading with the EU in goods but not services. It would protect British jobs. Only a small minority could possibly object to our factories making products which comply with EU standards yet we'd have the freedom to go further like banning plastic straws.

Any Brexit deal has to be a massive compromise but I think we are getting somewhere that most people will not be unhappy about.


China and the USA make products that comply with EU standards. Why do we need to be continually tied into EU laws in order to trade with them if nobody else finds it an issue?

The very worst scenario out of brexit was voting to leave and then crapping ourselves and accepting whatever laws/regs the EU decides with zero input into those laws. That is the May grand Chequers plan. She is unable to show leadership as she doesn't have the courage needed in high stakes negotiations. The so called brexiteers in cabinet are just the usual politicians, career first, everything else second.

By the time this gets to the EU they will at least try, and have a good chance of succeeding in, watering it down further to the point where any reasonable assessment would conclude we have become a kind of semi vassal state when it comes to anything beyond strictly internal matters. 'Good for you, you have the power to ban plastic straws, we have the power to run your export economy'. Yeh seems like a great deal.

If this stays as it is, and is a bad as it appears to be, we are left unable to make our own trade deals and unable to influence the EU market we have tied ourselves to. All at a time when our trade with the EU continues to fall (as it was pre brexit) and the importance of trade with the rest of the world continues to rise.
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07 Jul 2018 22:00 #430 by Alan
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07 Jul 2018 22:14 #431 by Zebby
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What a massive C@NT !!!!

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07 Jul 2018 22:18 #432 by Dancingbear
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Zebby wrote:

Alan wrote:


What a massive C@NT !!!!


Live and let live Zebby Alans alright ;)

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07 Jul 2018 23:33 #433 by loser
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Blues86 wrote:

carwash wrote: I quite like the idea of a soft Brexit as regards trading with the EU in goods but not services. It would protect British jobs. Only a small minority could possibly object to our factories making products which comply with EU standards yet we'd have the freedom to go further like banning plastic straws.

Any Brexit deal has to be a massive compromise but I think we are getting somewhere that most people will not be unhappy about.


China and the USA make products that comply with EU standards. Why do we need to be continually tied into EU laws in order to trade with them if nobody else finds it an issue?

The very worst scenario out of brexit was voting to leave and then crapping ourselves and accepting whatever laws/regs the EU decides with zero input into those laws. That is the May grand Chequers plan. She is unable to show leadership as she doesn't have the courage needed in high stakes negotiations. The so called brexiteers in cabinet are just the usual politicians, career first, everything else second.

By the time this gets to the EU they will at least try, and have a good chance of succeeding in, watering it down further to the point where any reasonable assessment would conclude we have become a kind of semi vassal state when it comes to anything beyond strictly internal matters. 'Good for you, you have the power to ban plastic straws, we have the power to run your export economy'. Yeh seems like a great deal.

If this stays as it is, and is a bad as it appears to be, we are left unable to make our own trade deals and unable to influence the EU market we have tied ourselves to. All at a time when our trade with the EU continues to fall (as it was pre brexit) and the importance of trade with the rest of the world continues to rise.

So many times I read from the Leave mob that we could follow the Norway or Switzerland model and remain in the EEA. Now you're all sh*tting the bed over it.

What can I say? The referendum didn't state hard or soft Brexit, so maybe you should have voted to remain so that we could at least continue to be guaranteed a day in what goes on, and waited until a referendum came along in which a hard Brexit was an option. Did you really think that with the f*ckwits who run this country (and I'd say the same regardless of who was in charge, the political elite on both sides of our two-party state are packs of raving mongs) in charge that you'd get what you want? You get what you deserve with such naivety tbh.

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07 Jul 2018 23:55 #434 by munchymagic
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loser wrote:

Blues86 wrote:

carwash wrote: I quite like the idea of a soft Brexit as regards trading with the EU in goods but not services. It would protect British jobs. Only a small minority could possibly object to our factories making products which comply with EU standards yet we'd have the freedom to go further like banning plastic straws.

Any Brexit deal has to be a massive compromise but I think we are getting somewhere that most people will not be unhappy about.


China and the USA make products that comply with EU standards. Why do we need to be continually tied into EU laws in order to trade with them if nobody else finds it an issue?

The very worst scenario out of brexit was voting to leave and then crapping ourselves and accepting whatever laws/regs the EU decides with zero input into those laws. That is the May grand Chequers plan. She is unable to show leadership as she doesn't have the courage needed in high stakes negotiations. The so called brexiteers in cabinet are just the usual politicians, career first, everything else second.

By the time this gets to the EU they will at least try, and have a good chance of succeeding in, watering it down further to the point where any reasonable assessment would conclude we have become a kind of semi vassal state when it comes to anything beyond strictly internal matters. 'Good for you, you have the power to ban plastic straws, we have the power to run your export economy'. Yeh seems like a great deal.

If this stays as it is, and is a bad as it appears to be, we are left unable to make our own trade deals and unable to influence the EU market we have tied ourselves to. All at a time when our trade with the EU continues to fall (as it was pre brexit) and the importance of trade with the rest of the world continues to rise.

So many times I read from the Leave mob that we could follow the Norway or Switzerland model and remain in the EEA. Now you're all sh*tting the bed over it.

What can I say? The referendum didn't state hard or soft Brexit, so maybe you should have voted to remain so that we could at least continue to be guaranteed a day in what goes on, and waited until a referendum came along in which a hard Brexit was an option. Did you really think that with the f*ckwits who run this country (and I'd say the same regardless of who was in charge, the political elite on both sides of our two-party state are packs of raving mongs) in charge that you'd get what you want? You get what you deserve with such naivety tbh.

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'loser' is very appropriate in your username.

Now bore off, as your name implies , you lost.
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07 Jul 2018 23:56 #435 by munchymagic
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Imagine if we win the world cup just as we tell that lot in the EU to go [censored] themselves.

This is the stuff that hard on's are made of.

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08 Jul 2018 01:30 #436 by Zebby
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munchymagic wrote: Imagine if we win the world cup just as we tell that lot in the EU to go [censored] themselves.

This is the stuff that hard on's are made of.


Maybe yours.....mines usually Lorraine Kelly :)

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08 Jul 2018 06:57 #437 by BlueAl
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Or Grace Jones
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08 Jul 2018 22:19 #438 by NORTHERNSOUL
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munchymagic wrote: Imagine if we win the world cup just as we tell that lot in the EU to go [censored] themselves.

This is the stuff that hard on's are made of.


Well I know which ones more likely

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08 Jul 2018 22:23 #439 by DeckchairBlue
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NORTHERNSOUL wrote: Yep Mother Teressa is just too thick to realise she played right into our hands today by alienating a load more of her own party in that all the opponents have to do now is talk the plans down in parliament for a few months and hey ho we leave with no deal and get to do what was intended in the first place and tell the EU to go [censored] themselves.


And the rest of us will have to put up with the whole country going to shit for your little "victory".

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08 Jul 2018 22:55 #440 by NORTHERNSOUL
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DeckchairBlue wrote:

NORTHERNSOUL wrote: Yep Mother Teressa is just too thick to realise she played right into our hands today by alienating a load more of her own party in that all the opponents have to do now is talk the plans down in parliament for a few months and hey ho we leave with no deal and get to do what was intended in the first place and tell the EU to go [censored] themselves.


And the rest of us will have to put up with the whole country going to shit for your little "victory".


It won't be a "little" I can assure you the sooner we tell them to [censored] off. kick the cu.nts out and start rebuilding the empire the sooner the country will really deserve to be called Great again.

Just a shame we don't have politicians with the balls to just get on and do it and make themselves into heros.

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08 Jul 2018 23:03 #441 by DeckchairBlue
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Rebuild the Empire ? Get a grip Barry.

The first thing we'll have to concentrate on is rebuilding what's left of our industries, that is the parts which haven't relocated and left 1000's unemployed.

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08 Jul 2018 23:33 #442 by orfc
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It's not like TBB to exaggerate, remember the hundreds of travellers who were going to get their collars felt for trashing that brewery?

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-44634035

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08 Jul 2018 23:51 #443 by orfc
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And Now David Davis spat his dummy and resigned as head of the brexit dept - brexit is falling to bits

www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/b...s-plan-a8437806.html

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09 Jul 2018 00:45 #444 by NORTHERNSOUL
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orfc wrote: It's not like TBB to exaggerate, remember the hundreds of travellers who were going to get their collars felt for trashing that brewery?

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-44634035

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And over 30 addresses and Vehicle registrations gathered they now know where most of the ones they can prove were involved are.and it turns out they're plastic gypos after all as most of them have houses with addresses in the Bolton area.

A mass arrest was deemed impractical as they had nowhere to lock them all up at once. Word down here is they're putting those four before court and Thwaites are asking for 5k damages from each and if that goes to plan they will just go thru the list family by family.

Grunshaw has all but put his job on the line in promising Thwaites they will get their money back via the courts.

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09 Jul 2018 00:50 #445 by NORTHERNSOUL
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orfc wrote: And Now David Davis spat his dummy and resigned as head of the brexit dept - brexit is falling to bits

www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/b...s-plan-a8437806.html


Yep time to send for big Nige and get the [censored] job done properly

Mind you I understand hes a bit busy this coming week playing a few rounds of golf with his mate The Donald

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09 Jul 2018 00:57 #446 by NORTHERNSOUL
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DeckchairBlue wrote: Rebuild the Empire ? Get a grip Barry.

The first thing we'll have to concentrate on is rebuilding what's left of our industries, that is the parts which haven't relocated and left 1000's unemployed.


And why would anybody want to that when all they do is load the cars onto a boat sail it to Norway wait there three days while paperwork goes thru and then off they go to drop off all them cars in the EU A damm sight cheaper than building new factories and paying tens of thousands of British workers their redundancy and thats before the German car industry hang Merkel from the nearest lampost if she tries to them selling their BMW.s and Mercs to the Brits who want them.

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09 Jul 2018 01:17 - 09 Jul 2018 01:18 #447 by munchymagic
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NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

DeckchairBlue wrote: Rebuild the Empire ? Get a grip Barry.

The first thing we'll have to concentrate on is rebuilding what's left of our industries, that is the parts which haven't relocated and left 1000's unemployed.


And why would anybody want to that when all they do is load the cars onto a boat sail it to Norway wait there three days while paperwork goes thru and then off they go to drop off all them cars in the EU A damm sight cheaper than building new factories and paying tens of thousands of British workers their redundancy and thats before the German car industry hang Merkel from the nearest lampost if she tries to them selling their BMW.s and Mercs to the Brits who want them.


That is what amazes me where we are in a strong position.

If they try to take the piss then what will France do with their cheap plonk and Spain with their fruit exports, it will go mouldy and we will source elsewhere.

Prices go up and they will be forced to keep their stuff affecting their economy.
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09 Jul 2018 09:13 #448 by seesaw50
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It's a shambles again ....never liked DDs style, he always seemed too smug to me, but I think he had a handle on things. I can imagine Barnier having a little smile this morning.

No deal is better than a bad deal......?
Heading that way with time running out
Even with a big brain sorting this out must be close to impossible.....tick tock

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09 Jul 2018 09:21 #449 by Dancingbear
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I agree with Davis looking smug but after almost 2 years trying to negotiate with the EU his PM has pulled the wool from under his feet. How the hell can he go and try to negotiate when they change their plan whilst hes doing it. Absolute bloody shambles whichever way you look at it.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!
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09 Jul 2018 09:22 #450 by orfc
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NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

DeckchairBlue wrote: Rebuild the Empire ? Get a grip Barry.

The first thing we'll have to concentrate on is rebuilding what's left of our industries, that is the parts which haven't relocated and left 1000's unemployed.


And why would anybody want to that when all they do is load the cars onto a boat sail it to Norway wait there three days while paperwork goes thru and then off they go to drop off all them cars in the EU A damm sight cheaper than building new factories and paying tens of thousands of British workers their redundancy and thats before the German car industry hang Merkel from the nearest lampost if she tries to them selling their BMW.s and Mercs to the Brits who want them.


I don't think that scam's gonna work... "these khars all kumm from norway maaatte"... The EU would tell Norway pretty quickly to stop it, plus we wouldn't be able to afford any german cars once we're all unemployed and a pound is worth half a euro

In the end, if we want to sell / buy good or services to the biggest trading bloc in the world you're going to have do it using their rules, not your own. Any bollox about telling an entity 10x the size what kind of deal we're going to have is the same kind of shit the scottish nationalists were peddling during the independence referendum. It isn't like Sky telly when you tell them you're thinking of leaving they knock 30% off.
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