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hertfordseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 16:58
Edited On: 20/03/2019 17:06O/T - They're cheeky Feckers these Europeans aren't they??
 
So May can have an extension if, and only if MP's vote for TM's Brexit deal next week.

So that means......

They vote for it and we leave with that deal
They vote against it and we leave with no deal
There is another referendum, unless the EU won't recognise it.

[:D][:D]

What a clusterfcuk!!

Link: Eurovision!!
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holeymoley Posted on 20/03/2019 17:04

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or we revoke Art 50 and forget the whole sorry mess and move on
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Southshore Posted on 20/03/2019 17:07

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That was probably in Theresa's letter too.
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OJOfansince2 Posted on 20/03/2019 17:10

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We pay in more than we take out
Tell them to hop it
The EU will be on its knees within a year
They will be begging us to sign a deal
They rely on us

etc etc
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insider Posted on 20/03/2019 17:10

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The Europeans just love it. Pity we didn't leave half of them to it in 1939.
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gjr69 Posted on 20/03/2019 17:16

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Can people stop thinking we won WW2, we were on the winning side but USA and Russia won the thing!

Also belittles the fact that millions died and the EEC/EU has been a positive factor in Western Europe no longer getting involved in major conflicts with each other.

The way some British people bang on about past wars it's like they want us to get involved in one now, good luck with that one!!
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voyeur Posted on 20/03/2019 17:19

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Wow, well said that man!
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Pauls_Boutique Posted on 20/03/2019 17:26

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Yeah 1939 and now are so similar.....
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Southshore Posted on 20/03/2019 17:27

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Dont worry, they need us more than we need them.

Yeh, right.
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insider Posted on 20/03/2019 17:30

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It's easy to press a few buttons on here. [rle]
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gjr69 Posted on 20/03/2019 17:32

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Really easy, try typing something clever or relevant when you do it in future[rle].
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holeymoley Posted on 20/03/2019 17:33

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easy cop out that insider, when another's response has ripped you a new one
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Limechase Posted on 20/03/2019 17:45

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Dear EU, we would like to leave your club & close our membership.

Dear UK, thats fine, you owe us for the next 5yrs, call it £39billion

But EU what is the money for?

Dear UK, our expenses, MEPs pensions arnt cheap you know, & we have to pointlessly move the whole shbang once a month from Brussels to Strasbourg to keep the froggies happy..
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gjr69 Posted on 20/03/2019 17:53

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Yeah Nigel Farage was so against the whole set up that he has managed to base most of his career on it, yet attend very few of the meetings at the EU that might have helped the UK......still going to pick up his wages and pension from it though, so we need to make those payments to look after Nigel.

Also look at your annual tax return and have a look at how miniscule your contribution to the EU is per head of UK population.

I hope leaving gives me economic and cultural benefits that outweigh the £30 i paid in last year.
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Limechase Posted on 20/03/2019 18:02

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The EU divorce bill of £39billion is £650 for every man woman & child in the uk[sad]
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MudieBoots Posted on 20/03/2019 18:04

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Yeah, those 27 nations are cheeky as fcuk, not giving us a better deal.

[rle]

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Ladron_Grande Posted on 20/03/2019 18:08

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We are allowed one vote on Brexit but "weak, weak, weak" May is trying to get this dog tùrd sprinkled with glitter deal through for a third time! Ridiculous, more of a brass neck than an Oyston.
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clappers Posted on 20/03/2019 18:10

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PHook em. General election coming.
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gjr69 Posted on 20/03/2019 18:11

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That's the divorce bill Limechase, look at the pie chart on the back of your tax return, my contribution for EU membership was about £30, maybe a bit lower.

Just look at who is desperate for us to get out, and i mean the influential people, not the good people of Sunderland.

Most of us will not be better off, it is a pointless exercise
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bollieboy Posted on 20/03/2019 18:53

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A bit off topic from this thread but it appears that Catherine Blailock, the leader of Farage's new Brexit party, has been forced to step down following her history of racism on social media being exposed.

What a shock that is.
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Wizaard Posted on 20/03/2019 19:57

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I didn't want to leave. Brexiteers keep saying it's a price worth paying. Any stepping up to pay my contribution?
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Don_K_Lasher Posted on 20/03/2019 20:19

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1939 is very relevant - our wartime allies USA and Russia are now being confronted by the EU, who want to build a Superstate army equivalent to NATO.

Bear in mind we got into huge financial debts paying for their Liberation.

We ended up paying back our WWII debts until 2006, but now the EU says we OWE THEM cash!!

Germany stopped paying reparations in 1953 and pays out much less of her GDP to defend Europe than we do.

So yes OP is correct, they are cheeky Feckers!!




Wiz, seeing as you are obsessed with the financial aspects of the European Union, why not write to them and ask them for a rebate of all your contributions to our National debt from WWII?
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tangerinemoss Posted on 20/03/2019 20:49

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SO May's statement is fundamentally "It's everyone else's fault, we are getting an extension" despite the EU saying it will only happen if MPs agree.

Wibblewibblelalalalalalalala

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Tramway Posted on 20/03/2019 20:58

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Wiz seems to be a Quisling type who if he had been around in WW2 would have offered his services to the Germans if they had invaded Britain[V]
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seasideone Posted on 20/03/2019 21:01

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We are now in very very dangerous territory.
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Don_K_Lasher Posted on 20/03/2019 21:03

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We were already in dangerous territory 27:1
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Shandypants Posted on 20/03/2019 21:05

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Tramway with another pathetic, cretinous WW2 reference. Grow up
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Plumbs Posted on 20/03/2019 21:07

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Passport to Layton* at the first opportunity

Link: We're all Burgundians arent we?
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Tramway Posted on 20/03/2019 21:07

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NEIN SCHWEINHUND!
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hertfordseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 21:27
Edited On: 20/03/2019 21:28
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I have never liked May, in fact I can't stand her. When she was Home Secretary she was ruthless in totally destroying the Police, Prisons, Probation, Social Services. She would never listen to anyone then. She has taken on the leadership after Cameron and has loved the power and control. She has fcuked it up. Massively fcuked it uo.

She is going to end up voted out by her own party and a GE is looking more likely than anything. A new Tory leader, please god not Boris vs JC, Fcuk, that's a worse choice than Brexit. We have become a laughing stock across Europe and around the world. The rest of parliament have fought against each other, the DUP have been having a ball, the SNP just want a chance to leave the UK and the normal people, the electorate have seen what a useless bunch of self serving assholes they all are.

Nearly 3 years and they have made a monumental balls up. it will be interesting how the public react if there is a General Election, I don't want to vote for any of them at the moment and I'm sure I'm not alone.
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tangerinemoss Posted on 20/03/2019 21:32

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Herts [^] People have tried to write her tenure as a cutting uncaring Home Secretary from the records, she was the worst at that, and so became PM. She genuinely seems incapable of taking any discussion or advice.

ERG will be happy, I now think we will crash out next week. Corner, backed into.
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Behindthegoal Posted on 20/03/2019 21:36

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Back in the autumn, when May was getting a lot of grief I felt a bit sorry for her.

I now realise she's brought this all on herself with her attitude of my way or the highway.

I thought she was going to lie down and kick after her statement tonight. Absolutely pathetic!

It's her, and her unwillingness or inability to deal with the Brextremists in her party which has brought her to this.

Humiliating!
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Don_K_Lasher Posted on 20/03/2019 21:41

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Shhhh!

Don't mention the war!

I mentioned it once but I think I got away with it!
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hertfordseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 21:46

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It makes me wonder if Paliament is in for a massive party shake up. Once the is decided one way or another is it likely there will be a flood of MP's leaving their parties from both sides and joining the independent group? It could really marginalise both Conservatives and Labour.

She doesn't seem to have much, if any, support from anywhere tonight.
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Behindthegoal Posted on 20/03/2019 21:48

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Just seen that Corbyn left the leaders meeting tonight because Chuka Umunna was there.

Did he take his bat home with him?

I was going to refer to the infantile behaviour of May and Corbyn, but that's really unfair to little children
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mexboroseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 21:56
Edited On: 20/03/2019 22:14
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Hertford. I agree with you that I can’t see anyone or any party I’d want to vote for.

May’s performance tonight was an exercise in blaming everyone bar herself for the coming calamity.

JC flounces out of a meeting because CU is present.

Johnson, Gove, Raab etc have gone off grid as they don’t want to jeopardise their chances of becoming the next Tory leader.

The Lib Dems should be hoovering up remain votes but have disappeared.

While Farage is betraying his country by telling Trump how to stitch up the UK in a trade deal as well as telling Anti Semite Viktor Orban why he should vote against an extension.

Farage - Lord Haw Haw - cut from the same cloth.
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hertfordseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 22:07

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Farage, now there's another dangerous politician who is waiting like a vulture in the wings.

British politics in tatters, where is it going to go?
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Don_K_Lasher Posted on 20/03/2019 22:22

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Ha ha!

Meltdown Mex you're support of the Axis powers over the last three years has made William Joyce look like a British loyalist!
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mexboroseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 22:27

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Don. France, Belgium, Holland, Poland etc were our allies in the last war. Doh!!

Allies means “Not Axis”. Double Doh!!!



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Don_K_Lasher Posted on 20/03/2019 22:34
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We, the Allies (including the USA) paid for and brought about all of those countries' Liberation.

Strange then that you see the USA as an enemy and the ex Axis powers as allies.

BTW Tusk's grandfather wore which country's uniform?

I'll give you a clue, it's the one which is leading a pack of countries trying to hold us over a barrel!
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tommytwojags Posted on 20/03/2019 22:38

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"Dont worry, they need us more than we need them. Yeh, right"

Err...yeah right
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mexboroseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 22:40
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So your argument is my father and (maybe) your father fought in the last war: so the Europeans owe me and (maybe) you

It’s what the Yanks refer to as “stolen valour” and it's a pejorative term.

And quite right too.

So let’s get back to Farage and how he’s betraying his country. Now. As I type.
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Raging_Bull Posted on 20/03/2019 22:44

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After what we endured during WW2 and the virtual bankruptcy of our nation which was all down to the Krauts, Europe should be saying to us you walk away Scot free lads, you've earned it because you stood alone in 1940 and made this continent what it is today.
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Don_K_Lasher Posted on 20/03/2019 22:52

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Exactly RB

Incredibly we were still paying off the WW1 debt a year before the EU referendum whilst the EU were demanding £39B from us.

The WWII debt was paid ten years earlier.

No wonder the AVFTT Remain camp don't want to talk about the war!
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mexboroseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 22:57

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Blimey. It seems some posters are even older than Davepick and Whits. I know they didn’t fight in the war but apparently there are some on here who are veterans of WW2 in which case I’d agree - yes the Europeans owe you a debt of gratitude.

However if you didn’t fight in WW2 I’d say - nah! Doesn’t wash.
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Tangiverse Posted on 20/03/2019 23:02

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RB - No it was not down to the Krauts but yes they were guilty of the war but it as our great friends and cousins the Yanks from across the pond who extended the hand of friendship and demanded payback at rates that made our Chancellor's eyes bleed.
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brazilseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 23:03

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U couldn't watch it but I bet she didn't mention her disastrous decision to call that snap election. It would have been so much easier for her if she hadn't. Serves her right.
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Don_K_Lasher Posted on 20/03/2019 23:04

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That weak statement sums up your argument Mex

BTW - We the public, paid off the war debts via our Taxes, whether we fought in the War or not!

Maybe that's why more older people voted the way they did.

If by some huge turnaround we Remain, can we have a rebate from your EU Commission?
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brazilseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 23:05

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Sorry: I meant I couldn't watch it..
Maybe should have posted on Me'S thread.
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mexboroseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 23:15
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Poor Don’s getting tetchy.

All the arguments about:

“Easiest trade deal in the history of trade deals” Liam Fox.

“The trade deal should only take ten minutes” Peter Lilley.

“They need is more than we need them” various numpty Brexiters

Having been shown to be BS......

We now resort to wrapping ourselves in the flag and digging out our father’s and grandfathers’ war medals and throwing them into the middle of the table as a negotiating ploy.

Fcuk me. All these years of negotiating. Why didn’t someone point that one out to me earlier? I could be King of the World.
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brazilseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 23:16

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There's only a minority from one country talking about the war...

Sums up why the UK has become the laughing stock of Europe. Sad beyond belief.
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hertfordseasider Posted on 20/03/2019 23:23

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We were much better when we had rationing and all the men wore ties and a flat cap. Chickens in the garden, potatoes in the ground, every summer day hazy and sunny, women in their pinnies hair in a scarf scrubbing the step. No foreigners, fags two and six for 20, those were the days, who wouldn’t want them back again! [cr]

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Don_K_Lasher Posted on 20/03/2019 23:54

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A 17.2 million minority Brazil?

Why should we forget the financial debt we incurred when we are negotiating a treaty with the very same countries who were cause of the debt?

It's hardly Jingoistic Flag waving is it?

The major complaint from many parties has been that May hasn't done enough of it when she agreed her deal.



Oh dear Mex! May's been a push over but I'm glad you weren't involved with the negotiations[cr]

Don't worry we're still in the Eurovision Song Contest :-
You'll still be able to wave your Star Spangled Crown of Thorns! [:D]

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ITKer Posted on 21/03/2019 08:13

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Funnily enough I think the inco-operative way that Europe has dealt with all this will make people even less sympathetic towards them and probably more will want out!
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poultonbus Posted on 21/03/2019 08:53
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We buy more from them than they do from us, so who is better equipped for a trade war?
We’ll replace our export to the EU through trade deals with the faster growing economies around the world.
The impact on the financial services will not be as badly affected as “project-fear” suggests.
Frankfurt is hardly the world financial “power-house” and its the “fat-cats” in London who will be hardest hit, so I won’t lose sleep over that.
However, I still believe the best deal for Britain is to pass Mrs Mays Agreement.
Once signed and we leave, change story party leader with a “ERG Member”👍
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AndrewDuncanSmith Posted on 21/03/2019 08:57

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The average person will still be XXXXXX on whatever the outcome of this pantomime.
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bollieboy Posted on 21/03/2019 09:17

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'We buy more from them than they do from us, so who is better equipped for a trade war?'

The EU by far.

The issue isn't relative volumes but relative dependency. You would have thought most people would be able to understand that but obviously not.


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Southshore Posted on 21/03/2019 10:30

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Can't sit around here, got some panic buying to do. [|)]
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davepick1 Posted on 21/03/2019 11:12

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When we leave, which is not in doubt, what do all the British Euro MPs do?
Will they have to find another job, or will they be able to exist on their EU pensions?[;)]
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henshman Posted on 21/03/2019 11:28

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Apart from the fact that she was ALWAYS a remainer, I can't understand her signing up to any deal that she later spends months running around Europe like a demented chicken with no head trying to get EU to amend it. She then gets on her high horse, moaning and groaning, even blaming other MPs for not endorsing something which is detrimental to our country. What a farce.
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BigHandsOliverKahn Posted on 21/03/2019 12:44
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Dennis - forget the 1930's. We were on our knees ourselves more recently in the 1970's and have risen to be the 5th biggest economy in the world whilst inside the EU. They owe us nothing. We are the ones committing economic suicide right now so stop blaming them. Self-inflicted. The first country ever to try to negotiate a massively worse trade agreement for itself than the one it already had and surprise, surprise it ain't going well, is it?
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RUSTY_2_STANDS Posted on 21/03/2019 12:52

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BHOK, and being in the EU has been good for the Greek, Spanish, Italian economies?
Plus a few more who have been on their XXXXXXs in the last few years.
You keep banging on about how bad it will be outside the EU, but that's an unknown.
What is also unknown is what it will be like being in the EU in the coming years. It hasn't been that great for a number of countries.
But thanks for sharing your crystal ball with us.
And given your support for the Oystons, I make no apologies for taking your views on anything with a huge dose of salt.
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BigHandsOliverKahn Posted on 21/03/2019 13:22

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You keep ignoring all the economic data of the last 45 years then and watch what happens to your country.
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poolcat Posted on 21/03/2019 14:00

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It’s looking more and more like a no deal or a long extension. Either way the Tory party will self-implode so at least some good may come of this ridiculous state of affairs.

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RUSTY_2_STANDS Posted on 21/03/2019 14:19

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You keep ignoring all the economic data of the last 45 years then and watch what happens to your country.

Like what happened to Italy, Spain, Greece, Ireland etc when they were all EU member states?
So thanks for the advice, but I'll keep ignoring your precious economic data and crystal ball gazing and look with my own eyes at what is happening.
Just like you ignored the clear signs that the Oystons were destroying BFC. Another huge dose of salt needed.
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gjr69 Posted on 21/03/2019 15:23

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Just going back to the WW2 thing, did middle aged men living in the late 1930s constantly try to relate everything to events surrounding the Crimean War, or is it a modern occurrence?

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