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23 Oct 2019 18:13 #5551 by feckwittery
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Alan wrote:

feckwittery wrote:

thesilentone wrote: Earlier they voted and the Government did get the deal through.

329 to 299

So, finally we have an agreement on the deal.......

Not quite.
They (the house) voted to continue the debate & proper scrutiny by passing the bill through to the next stage of the process... ie giving the government a chance to sell it and reach a consensus/agreement.

After the house failed to fall for the double glazing salesman pressure selling shtick, the government (Boris) halted that process by placing the bill into limbo instead using any of the myriad of methods which would have allowed the process to continue immediately (or at least today).

To be very clear: The government (Boris) have delayed brexit by halting the processes required to pass the deal.

Yet another broken promise (lie) from Boris to add to the extremely long list.


You really are deluded arnt you.


Nope, just relaying what actually happened, I watched it unfold.
It's not my fault you're an absolute sucker for lies, spin and misdirection.

We're not leaving on the 31st October because Boris has stopped any progress being made on his Withdrawal bill.

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23 Oct 2019 18:44 #5552 by seesaw50
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Paused yes awaiting the EUs response to an extention request forced on him

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is to have won the lottery of life !

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23 Oct 2019 19:04 #5553 by Alan
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Gan on Boris Lad :-D

This is so much of a mismatch it's getting cruel.

60 plus Conservative majority as it's stands no wonder they don't want Brexit, an election or anything that endangers their high paid lucrative jobs.

The Turkeys are running scared :-D

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23 Oct 2019 19:11 #5554 by CCU
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Zero response and zero denial...


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23 Oct 2019 19:43 #5555 by Markovitch
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Nice one Alge. You were the one who called people who wanted Pressley out after the Oldham game idiots. Now Boris sets yet another record for defeats in the commons and you think he has won. Are you sleeping with Elvis? He is the only other person who could summarise a record run of defeats as a victory

Boris Johnson Loses a Critical Brexit Vote, Throwing the Process Into Disarray
www.nytimes.com/2019/10/22/world/brexit-vote-boris-johnson.html

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23 Oct 2019 21:09 #5556 by Alan
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Markovitch wrote: Nice one Alge. You were the one who called people who wanted Pressley out after the Oldham game idiots. Now Boris sets yet another record for defeats in the commons and you think he has won. Are you sleeping with Elvis? He is the only other person who could summarise a record run of defeats as a victory

Boris Johnson Loses a Critical Brexit Vote, Throwing the Process Into Disarray
www.nytimes.com/2019/10/22/world/brexit-vote-boris-johnson.html



If your gonna have a pop at me at least get your facts in order instead of making them up as you go along.


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Your making yourself a bigger lying Burk than you already are.

You couldn't even get the game correct never mind what I said.

I said I would ignore you and will from now on but this deserved a reply to show what your really all about.

Toodle-Pip.

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23 Oct 2019 21:19 #5557 by AlbertRoss
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The opposition really needs a Blair-type figure or the likes of Healey who wouldn't be as vulnerable to these pathetic slurs and smears by the likes of this horrendous blustering tw@ that is squatting in number 10 surrounded by smug hard right cronies.

That's a disgraceful insult for a prime minister to hurl in response to a quite sensible question.

Corbyn's radical past opens him up to these kinds of headline-grabbing slurs even though the reality is more complex.

The opposition needs someone who can have a right go at Boris, - a poseur and charlatan who is hardly stain-free himself and whose record as PM is - apart from his genuine achievement in getting an exit deal (albeit a vast amount of it was work done by Teresa May who gets no credit) - an utter dog's dinner.

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23 Oct 2019 21:27 #5558 by Markovitch
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Alan wrote:

Markovitch wrote: Nice one Alge. You were the one who called people who wanted Pressley out after the Oldham game idiots. Now Boris sets yet another record for defeats in the commons and you think he has won. Are you sleeping with Elvis? He is the only other person who could summarise a record run of defeats as a victory

Boris Johnson Loses a Critical Brexit Vote, Throwing the Process Into Disarray
www.nytimes.com/2019/10/22/world/brexit-vote-boris-johnson.html



If your gonna have a pop at me at least get your facts in order instead of making them up as you go along.


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Your making yourself a bigger lying Burk than you already are.

You couldn't even get the game correct never mind what I said.

I said I would ignore you and will from now on but this deserved a reply to show what your really all about.

Toodle-Pip.


You have my deepest apology Alge. My only excuse was that I was tired after work, clearly not something you would ever know about. Living off the state has so many advantages.
Still you Manchester United fans would know all about under performing managers. Just think on Monday when the schools in Glasgow are back you'll be able to go down at play time and discuss it with the other Man U fans

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23 Oct 2019 22:59 #5559 by High Street
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AlbertRoss wrote: The opposition really needs a Blair-type figure or the likes of Healey who wouldn't be as vulnerable to these pathetic slurs and smears by the likes of this horrendous blustering tw@ that is squatting in number 10 surrounded by smug hard right cronies.

That's a disgraceful insult for a prime minister to hurl in response to a quite sensible question.

Corbyn's radical past opens him up to these kinds of headline-grabbing slurs even though the reality is more complex.

The opposition needs someone who can have a right go at Boris, - a poseur and charlatan who is hardly stain-free himself and whose record as PM is - apart from his genuine achievement in getting an exit deal (albeit a vast amount of it was work done by Teresa May who gets no credit) - an utter dog's dinner.


I think you need to look up the description of ‘hard right’ before using that.

Yeah, Blair. Great guy. Just what we need.

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24 Oct 2019 07:17 #5560 by Alan
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Election is now a threat according to the biege corduroy gang.





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24 Oct 2019 08:28 #5561 by AlbertRoss
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High Street wrote:

AlbertRoss wrote: The opposition really needs a Blair-type figure or the likes of Healey who wouldn't be as vulnerable to these pathetic slurs and smears by the likes of this horrendous blustering tw@ that is squatting in number 10 surrounded by smug hard right cronies.

That's a disgraceful insult for a prime minister to hurl in response to a quite sensible question.

Corbyn's radical past opens him up to these kinds of headline-grabbing slurs even though the reality is more complex.

The opposition needs someone who can have a right go at Boris, - a poseur and charlatan who is hardly stain-free himself and whose record as PM is - apart from his genuine achievement in getting an exit deal (albeit a vast amount of it was work done by Teresa May who gets no credit) - an utter dog's dinner.


I think you need to look up the description of ‘hard right’ before using that.

Yeah, Blair. Great guy. Just what we need.


Hey chill out old horse. I know it's all bull. I was just trying to match some of the other Bojo-glorifying tripe. Tripe against tripe. Just about sums it all up.

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24 Oct 2019 09:44 #5562 by CCU
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Private Members Bill tombola today:

parliamentlive.tv/Event/Index/cbdb49f2-3...0c-90f4-afd97ebdc7cc

09:06 in, No:2, John Stevenson, Carlisle.

Wonder what he’s proposing (That a potential GE will likely stop anyway)?

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25 Oct 2019 18:25 #5563 by Alan
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Apologies arrogant, waffling, lack of straight answer toad alert (seem to be everywhere atm)

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25 Oct 2019 18:58 #5564 by Laffy
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Blackford is one of those guys that basically makes you switch off as soon as he starts talking.Happens in the Commons every time-he stands up and people talk over him.

He also needs a suit that fits.

Brilliant question though-would you leave the UK without a deal Blackford?
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25 Oct 2019 19:05 - 25 Oct 2019 19:09 #5565 by Alan
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Laffy wrote: Blackford is one of those guys that basically makes you switch off as soon as he starts talking.Happens in the Commons every time-he stands up and people talk over him.

He also needs a suit that fits.

Brilliant question though-would you leave the UK without a deal Blackford?



Won't answer it far too much for him to take in can only think of one other person who gets skewered as much for their nonsense and lies.
If you can put up with his patter it's comedy gold.

Sadly I've had my monthly dose in that clip.
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25 Oct 2019 20:46 - 25 Oct 2019 20:47 #5566 by Alan
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Thought for the day.




Have a lovely weekend to every single one of you :-D
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26 Oct 2019 15:00 #5567 by Markovitch
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Anniversary of agincourt today

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26 Oct 2019 21:25 #5568 by Yorkie Blue
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A great day for the Welsh archers.

Stay safe, stay healthy all.

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27 Oct 2019 12:18 #5569 by AlbertRoss
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Esther McVey in the area electioneering on the "Blue Collar Conservative" bandwagon that seems to appeal to some.

Here's what she tweeted about Boris recently:

"Boris is a panda he has the energy and tornado personality needed to reconnect with working voters let down by the London-centric Labour Party. "

That's the Housing Minister. Not a Japanese schoolgirl.

Good to see we are in safe hands with politicians of such gravitas and intellect in power. Well, not power exactly. But they probably will be after an election. Maybe. If there is one.

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27 Oct 2019 17:28 #5570 by High Street
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If only Esther McVey knew what l used to do when l got home from night shift and she was on GMTV...
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28 Oct 2019 09:48 #5571 by CCU
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Win or Lose, Up The Blues!

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28 Oct 2019 12:23 - 28 Oct 2019 13:08 #5572 by Laffy
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The people’s vote. What a shambles this lot are-can’t even organise themselves.

Onwards and upwards Boris whilst the opposition are in utter disarray
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28 Oct 2019 12:33 #5573 by sirjimmyglass
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Onwards and upwards...... to the 31st January.

:-D

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28 Oct 2019 12:41 #5574 by ParcelPete
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Have they named the date of the 2nd referendum yet.

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28 Oct 2019 13:17 #5575 by orfc
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Laffy wrote: The people’s vote. What a shambles this lot are-can’t even organise themselves.

Onwards and upwards Boris whilst the opposition are in utter disarray


Boris is in a ditch, Laffy

Well, he would be if he had a fraction of the conviction of the suffragettes or hunger strikers. Just a Billy bullshitter in the end.

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28 Oct 2019 14:23 #5576 by AlbertRoss
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Dead in a Ditch Day on Thursday. All Boris' fans can go and lie in ditches to celebrate yet another of his empty slogans.

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28 Oct 2019 14:44 #5577 by Laffy
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We didn’t think Corbyn would act against the national interest by saying no to every possible scenario before the scenarios were outlined to him

He will of course be judged by the people-but hang on, he doesn’t want an election!

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28 Oct 2019 14:58 #5578 by AlbertRoss
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Complete lack of leadership from Corbyn.

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28 Oct 2019 15:31 #5579 by sirjimmyglass
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How has the incredible genius combination of Johnson and Cummings not been able to out manoeuvre the hapless idiot, Corbyn? Could it be that Johnson is just another all bluster, no substance fool?

Everything has been going perfectly to plan since the day he became Prime Minister if you believe the gammon on here. Alas not.

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28 Oct 2019 16:28 #5580 by Ibogaine
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Laffy wrote: I’m taking bets we will be out end of month-care to wager?

Ibogaine wrote: I don't have a million quid like you do. So shall we say the loser makes a ten quid donation to the winners charity of choice?

It suits Johnson that Brexit is delayed once again, provided he doesn't get the blame for it. From the outset he's wanted only one thing from Brexit, to be PM. He sees setting up a 'people v parliament' narrative for the next election as the best way for him to win an election and to become PM with an actual majority.

If he really wanted Brexit to be done he could've went ahead with the big vote on Saturday when he seemingly had the numbers. But then he wouldve missed out on some good headlines...


Time to pay up Andrew

Feel a bit bad taking money off Sir Lapp given his going to buy the club any minute and probably needs the dosh, but a bet is a bet.

Was thinking about making you making a political donation to the Lib Dems, or (god forbid) to a local food bank, but doubt you could stomach either of those, so stick an extra tenner in the tin when you pick up your poppy old chap

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28 Oct 2019 17:35 #5581 by Laffy
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Already have.I did a ride for Help the Heroes across the Alps a couple of years ago-humbling as some of the guys had no limbs

On the bet-I must admit I didn’t think Corbyn would be such a coward.The problem with minority governments and the loony left.

Still-as we will soon find out, revenge best served cold!

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28 Oct 2019 17:38 #5582 by Laffy
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Paula Sherriff-I wouldn’t fancy going home to that every night!!

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28 Oct 2019 18:02 #5583 by Laffy
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Someone’s just told Blackford to sit down and shut up-class.I would add that he needs a new tailor

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28 Oct 2019 18:13 - 28 Oct 2019 18:13 #5584 by orfc
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Laffy wrote: Already have.I did a ride for Help the Heroes across the Alps a couple of years ago-humbling as some of the guys had no limbs

On the bet-I must admit I didn’t think Corbyn would be such a coward.The problem with minority governments and the loony left.

Still-as we will soon find out, revenge best served cold!


Why should J-Corbz vote for another election? The people voted for a hung parliament from 2017 to 2022 under the terms of the Fixed Parliament Act. Any attempts by Bozo to subvert this is going against ze vill of ze peoplevolk.
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28 Oct 2019 18:14 #5585 by Ibogaine
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Laffy wrote: Already have.I did a ride for Help the Heroes across the Alps a couple of years ago-humbling as some of the guys had no limbs

On the bet-I must admit I didn’t think Corbyn would be such a coward.The problem with minority governments and the loony left.

Still-as we will soon find out, revenge best served cold!


No Andrew you total Corbyn. An extra tenner as a result of losing the bet you scoundrel.

Just what we need, a prospective owner who doesnt pay his debts

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28 Oct 2019 18:24 #5586 by Dancingbear
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I remember i placed a bet years ago with a poster called Bluecorner and i paid up although i cant remember what it was about. Is that the only bet that hasnt been welched on here?

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!

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28 Oct 2019 19:02 #5587 by CCU
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GE vote a waste of time!


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28 Oct 2019 20:23 #5588 by AlbertRoss
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Does Boris get a blow job off Dominic Cummings every time he uses one of his script writer's slogans? Seems like it. And perhaps a full rear-ending every time he spouts "get Brexit done". More puppet-parrot than PM.

Still don't get Esther's panda reference. She's clearly another one using the Trumpesque "Treat them like morons" scripts.

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28 Oct 2019 21:49 #5589 by Laffy
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Ok-which charity then?

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28 Oct 2019 22:03 #5590 by feckwittery
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I'd imagine it's the British Legion's poppy appeal as stated above Laffy.

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28 Oct 2019 22:06 #5591 by High Street
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AlbertRoss wrote: Does Boris get a blow job off Dominic Cummings every time he uses one of his script writer's slogans? Seems like it. And perhaps a full rear-ending every time he spouts "get Brexit done". More puppet-parrot than PM.

Still don't get Esther's panda reference. She's clearly another one using the Trumpesque "Treat them like morons" scripts.


You can do that with any politician really

Blackford is a good bingo game:
People of Scotland
Cliff edge
Tory Brexit
Against the will
Hard right

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29 Oct 2019 00:35 #5592 by munchymagic
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I have just read that ISIS leader Al-Bagdadi is dead....

Our thoughts are with Jeremy Corbyn at this difficult time.
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29 Oct 2019 04:47 #5593 by Chilledsilly
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So ...the Tories have had 3 years to get what was billed as the easiest deal ever...but its labour's fault 3 years later that is the problem ??

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29 Oct 2019 08:03 #5594 by BlueAl
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The problem is that the remainers of all political parties won't respect the referendum result. If the country had pulled together from the start we'd be out by now.

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29 Oct 2019 08:12 #5595 by AlbertRoss
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We'd be "out" before now if people like Boris had supported Teresa May's deal.

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29 Oct 2019 08:16 #5596 by AlbertRoss
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High Street wrote:

AlbertRoss wrote: Does Boris get a blow job off Dominic Cummings every time he uses one of his script writer's slogans? Seems like it. And perhaps a full rear-ending every time he spouts "get Brexit done". More puppet-parrot than PM.

Still don't get Esther's panda reference. She's clearly another one using the Trumpesque "Treat them like morons" scripts.


You can do that with any politician really

Blackford is a good bingo game:
People of Scotland
Cliff edge
Tory Brexit
Against the will
Hard right


That's true.

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29 Oct 2019 09:01 #5597 by Ibogaine
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feckwittery wrote: I'd imagine it's the British Legion's poppy appeal as stated above Laffy.


That’s the one

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29 Oct 2019 09:52 #5598 by BlueAl
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AlbertRoss wrote: We'd be "out" before now if people like Boris had supported Teresa May's deal.


That was no deal, that was a total capitulation. The vicars daughter was completely screwed over. Boris deal sounds very similar.

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29 Oct 2019 10:13 #5599 by whytakemypostcode
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Weren't riots predicted if Brexit hadn't happened before each extension date? Any of you quitters taking to the streets on Thursday? Hope the armed police are ready for the onslaught!

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