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Trent700
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RE: 5,000,000 airline tickets may be...
Today 20:17
Where have you got that B.S. From then?
 
Crowcast
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RE: Cost's so far.
Today 19:48
Shakey

Anyone that doesn't respect the vote needs to go and live in a dictatorship"

much more relevant and apt...

Anyone that doesn't respect the right of other people to hold legitimate views wants to live in a dictatorship.

Axiomatic that I think you will find.
Lasttrain
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5,000,000 airline tickets may be...
Today 19:43
cancelled, if Brexit goes belly up, it is being reported!!!

Someone on here had a holiday planned to Catalonia in the near future....

Best not pack you bags quite yet!

ATB
Borninusa123456
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Remain own parliament tough luck
Today 19:25
No deal is out ,,,canada deal out ,,,hard brexit out ,,,accept it remain call shots ,,life is unfair ,,wouldnt risk a another referendum ,, why when we own parliament
utrickytrees
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RE: incomers
Today 19:22
My genre Hooky, forwarded it to a few people already just to pizzem off. Lol
BoomerBower
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RE: Labour in the spotlight?
Today 19:16
UTT are you sure about the Bruce women?? I find her irritation made flesh! Ur right about the carpet muching jock though.
BoomerBower
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RE: Desk sign, #uck stops/starts eer !
Today 19:12
Oxo didn't the great John major sprinkle his seed in our dear Edwina? Perhaps she'd have had a better political career if she wasn't banging half the cabinet. It wasn't just major who gave her the pork sword, other cabinet members enjoyed the privelage too.
Onlyif
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RE: Oops-no plan B
Today 19:08
There is and it's written in law
hooky61b
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incomers
Today 18:46
tricky did have a look at 15-05 post
utrickytrees
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RE: Labour in the spotlight?
Today 18:25
Glad to she's made the transition to serious programming always said she was wasted on Coronation St.
jl5006
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RE: Labour in the spotlight?
Today 18:11
Tricky
Didn't grasp that you like the stick creatures(FB) from your postings?
Lasttrain
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Oops-no plan B
Today 18:11
MPs need to take control!
jl5006
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RE: Cost's so far.
Today 18:01
NO BL
Joel Barnet formula written on the back of a fag packet. Nobody seems able to understand the formula - so it still stands
utrickytrees
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RE: Labour in the spotlight?
Today 18:00
Did you see that SNP lezzer on QT last week JL.... talk about blinkered & colloquial... being a carpet muncher must still be cool north of the border.

Have to say Fiona Bruce was excellent other than a brief episode of bossyness after about10 minutes. Always had a lot of time for that woman, national treasure so she is.
Shakeyerbooty
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RE: Cost's so far.
Today 17:52
Being richer or poorer does not necessarily mean in monetary terms.Many people feel a richness in being free,happy or loved.If you're talking monetary terms,ask the Greeks,Italians or Spanish if they feel rich being in the EU.The Germans will soon be in recession and we've had 10 years of austerity (whilst we've been in the EU).Leave won the biggest single democratic exercise in the UK and anyone that doesn't respect the vote needs to go and live in a dictatorship.
BernhardLonger
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RE: Cost's so far.
Today 17:46
Well yes, as Scotland's tiny and the UK is big.
Oxo42
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Arrest Him. Nigel Farage.
Today 17:28
https://youtu.be/9Wf8ItFIsTI

To the point, and precise...
Shakeyerbooty
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RE: Cost's so far.
Today 17:27
There will be a deal,but it will be after we leave.Germany & Ireland will be first in the queue.More predictions from Project Fear eh snige.Businesses will be able to strike deals without having to get permission from the other 27 member states = less paperwork & bureaucracy.Remainers forget that the EU will suffer as they export more to us than we do to them.
jl5006
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RE: Labour in the spotlight?
Today 17:26
Why are MPs paid?
Listening to the drivel from some who want to drag nuclear disarmament into the debate in the HOC and the SNP who seemingly do not understand - and that is why the annual settlement for Scotland is greater than that for England because they do have learning difficulties - i.e. they do not seem to understand anything in the HOC - but won't stop making pointless comments.

People vote for these clowns?
Oxo42
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Desk sign, #uck stops/starts eer !
Today 17:17
Edwena Curry was admonished for telling the people that the eggs were infected, because "they" would stop buying them ? One's insider major mistake.
snige
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Cost's so far.
Today 17:16
Theresa confirmed that £4.2bn will be spent on preparing for brexit whether deal or no deal.If its no deal HMRC reckon it will cost business £20bn a year filling in forms.Niether will improve our standard of living and you could add the 1% reduction in growth over 2 yrs approx £36bn and the £1bn bribe for the DUP being spent on reputable projects?.
She also said the SNP's idea of breaking away from the union would be economic suicide but the UK breaking away from the European union would be ok.Can you have it both ways?
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RE: pay my dues
Today 16:52
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Troajan
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lloy
Today 16:50
guy hands on europe.............https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r9rf-Vip8U
Oxo42
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THE FIGHT BACK BEGINS, wow.
Today 16:49
("It is quite an experience, watching people repeatedly yell at each other about trade tariffs before they have had their lunch. Even after Martin had put down his microphone, a fierce debate continued. Meanwhile, very familiar mutterings punctuated the argy-bargy, and took the argument out of the realms of politics, into a mish-mash of culture and history: the second world war, the supposedly perfidious Germans, the idea that if we prospered before 1972, why can we not do so again?
The extent to which that belief is a matter of deep conviction is a moot point: I wrote about Brexit boredom last week, and it seems pretty clear that many people say they would opt for no deal if pushed, but do so in the midst of disconnection and bafflement. Nonetheless, an inconvenient truth remains. Whereas I have never heard any member of the public make the case for what politicians call Norway plus, and belief in a second referendum still seems to be largely the preserve of a certain kind of middle-class person, no deal is the position that scores of people have recently expressed to me without prompting: “We should just get out”; “We have to leave, now”; “Why can’t we just walk away? Guardian Article")

UK remain costs £39 Billion, extending Article 50, another £11 Billion + Brexit costs.

UK leave in 10 weeks, £39 Billion saved, no extension Article 50 saving another £11 Billion + Brexit expenses. approx. £50Billion. = Cut back on the Backstop, also stops EU kickbacks and gravy trains.

+++ WTO + free trade agreements with EU (From outside, on equal terms) or, USA, N Z, Aus, Commonwealth and former Commonwealth Countries, etc. Why not just get on with it and leave the EU, Let us know, ASAP We will request our Big Bens Bell's to ring @11:30 try not offending ###ing EU, then 12:00 BST for the UNITED KINGDOM OF 4 OR 5 NATIONS. :~) LOL, YES Independence Day, Yeeehaaaaar up and at em Boomer.
jl5006
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Labour in the spotlight?
Today 16:45
The Labour Party leadership is not likely to be quaking in its boots at the prospect, raised by David Lammy yesterday, that the party might split unless Jeremy Corbyn agrees to support efforts to hold a second referendum on Britain’s EU membership.
Mr Lammy’s claim, made during an interview with Andrew Marr of the BBC, was bold… up to a point. “There are a small group in our party who are so frustrated, who have so much grievance, the fear is they are going to go off and form another party..”
Whoa! This is fighting talk! It’s mould-breaking stuff. In one sentence the Tottenham MP suggested the return of the terrible 1980s, when the moderate SDP was created from a split among moderate MPs, hobbling Labour’s electoral prospects for the next decade or more.
And then came the point, made in a David Brent-like way: “I personally reject that, but…”
Ah. There we have it.
One can almost imagine David Lammy prevaricating in a sketch reminiscent of The Office:
“Not me, you understand. Nah, me and Jez…” (crosses fingers for the camera) “… we’re like that, yeah?” So who are these devious, disloyal fifth columnists who might tear the party asunder over Brexit? “Hmm?” (shrugs shoulders). “You know, certain… individuals… probably. But let’s not talk about that, let’s work together, yeah? United…” (threads fingers of both hands together, nods sagely at the camera with eyes closed…)




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