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04 June 2017 19:32 Post ID: #363460
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Born a Nobber and grew up as a Chicken Botherer.
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05 June 2017 09:57 Post ID: #363473 - in reply to #363460
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Has a hashtag on Twitter point that fact out to him and suggested it come with a 30 year jail sentence. And don't get me started on the Lib Dems stance in the referendum
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06 June 2017 14:57 Post ID: #363496 - in reply to #363460
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Glib Dems and Greens have correct stance on a referendum to confirm or reject Brexit when the terms are known given that no one who voted leave knew what they were voting for.
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06 June 2017 16:05 Post ID: #363497 - in reply to #363460
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Those who voted not to leave deluded themselves,and voted to live under the Franco/German fiefdom..
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06 June 2017 16:42 Post ID: #363498 - in reply to #363497
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premier 1 - 6/6/2017 16:05

Those who voted not to leave deluded themselves,and voted to live under the Franco/German fiefdom..



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08 June 2017 20:08 Post ID: #363524 - in reply to #363460
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With a bit luck and sensible voting Clegg and Farron will lose their seats tomorrow,and Lucas will go and leave the Greens seat less...
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09 June 2017 18:43 Post ID: #363530 - in reply to #363497
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premier 1 - 6/6/2017 16:05

Those who voted not to leave deluded themselves,and voted to live under the Franco/German fiefdom..


What?

Those that voted to leave didn't understand that it isn't a Yes/No decision
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09 June 2017 19:14 Post ID: #363532 - in reply to #363460
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Yes we voted to leave. ..No we did not wish to stay get over it.
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10 June 2017 08:16 Post ID: #363537 - in reply to #363532
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premier 1 - 9/6/2017 19:14

Yes we voted to leave. ..No we did not wish to stay get over it.


As i said don't understand. When are you expecting the £350m a week for the NHS to start?
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10 June 2017 08:33 Post ID: #363539 - in reply to #363460
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I am not but if/when we leave we will have more of our money to spend on what the Government of the day decides.....
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10 June 2017 12:43 Post ID: #363545 - in reply to #363539
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premier 1 - 10/6/2017 08:33

I am not but if/when we leave we will have more of our money to spend on what the Government of the day decides.....


Economic illiteracy of the highest order since our currency collapse, threats to the status of the City and potential damage to our exports to our biggest trading partner could leave us close to being broke. As a matter of fact Britain is at the foot of the EU growth tables for the last 6 months and inflation looks likely to put great pressure on prices soon.

As for your jeering GET OVER IT comment. Can you honestly say that you and the UKIP and far right Tory vermin wouldn't be continuing to bang on about it had Remain won? No, thought not.
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10 June 2017 15:27 Post ID: #363549 - in reply to #363460
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this whole non debate really winds me up. Simplistic and infantile. Bear is right of course. The Civil Service will grow exponentially in order to negotiate and draft new laws etc knock that from your £350m lies.

May had a mandate to deliver once the country had spoken she was greedy, accusing the House of Lords of blocking = Lie. The country spoke again and showed it's displeasure with her and the post Brexit vote truths that Borris etc confessed to.

I can't be bothered anymore
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10 June 2017 15:51 Post ID: #363550 - in reply to #363460
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Not often Bear is right on Politics,so of course he is wrong again the left is rarely right...
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10 June 2017 16:42 Post ID: #363551 - in reply to #363545
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Bear1951 - 10/6/2017 12:43

premier 1 - 10/6/2017 08:33

I am not but if/when we leave we will have more of our money to spend on what the Government of the day decides.....


Economic illiteracy of the highest order since our currency collapse, threats to the status of the City and potential damage to our exports to our biggest trading partner could leave us close to being broke. As a matter of fact Britain is at the foot of the EU growth tables for the last 6 months and inflation looks likely to put great pressure on prices soon.

As for your jeering GET OVER IT comment. Can you honestly say that you and the UKIP and far right Tory vermin wouldn't be continuing to bang on about it had Remain won? No, thought not. :anger:


Strange at the thought of a Labour government the pound collapsed on Thursday night.
Irony of Thursday if Labour had had some half decent policies with a decent leader they would have pissed it.
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11 June 2017 22:11 Post ID: #363576 - in reply to #363460
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God Mac are you really that thick as to believe headlines like POUND PLUMMETS or CURRENCY COLLAPSES when the reality is that it fell less than 2% as currency speculators took their profits. It has already recovered some of its losses. What I call a crash is the long term drop , a de facto devaluation of 20% in the pound's value immediately following on the Brexit vote. This represents an actual threat to our standard of living as a nation of importers. As the forward currency buying of the big retailers expires we will all be paying a heavy cost.
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11 June 2017 22:16 Post ID: #363577 - in reply to #363550
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premier 1 - 10/6/2017 15:51

Not often Bear is right on Politics,so of course he is wrong again the left is rarely right...


More fatuous, vacuous sloganizing that presents no argument at all, much like Teresa May, the Dead Parrot Squawking, with her STRONG AND STABLE and BREXIT IS BREXIT mantras.
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12 June 2017 13:21 Post ID: #363581 - in reply to #363577
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Apparently read Labour wants a hard Brexit something to do with the EU not exactly being Trade Union friendly, there is a video of the late Bob Crow slating the EU in a Question Time edition.
Never agreed with Mr Crow until I saw the clip, when I get my computer back I'll post it.
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