Seems like Boris has officially asked the Queen to porogue parliament.

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No what we voted for was a version of leave thats worse than remain - obvs

I voted no fucking deal

#britishindependence
No you never. You voted to withdraw from the European Union.

It was stated within the referundum information that the deal we leave with would be decided after the vote.

At no point did you vote to leave the EU wuthout a deal.
 

Clarence Worley

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No you never. You voted to withdraw from the European Union.

It was stated within the referundum information that the deal we leave with would be decided after the vote.

At no point did you vote to leave the EU wuthout a deal.
The withdrawal bill does not actually withdraw us. In the same way as a kit car is not the real deal. Its brexit in name only.

Yes I did as a so-called deal was not on the ballot. It was to LEAVE, which the deal is not.
 
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The withdrawal bill does not actually withdraw us. In the same way as a kit car is not the real deal. Its brexit in name only.

Yes I did as a so-called deal was not on the ballot. It was to LEAVE, which the deal is not.
While you voted to leave, you voted to leave with a deal you liked, which obviously wan't what was produced once negotiations were completed.

You never voted to No deal, that's simply the default stance you've taken since a deal that suited your personal requirements failed to materialise.

So for you to say you voted to No deal is disingenuous.
 
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Haggis

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Slavery then...



Slavery now...



:wall:lol:
This guy is so fucking stupid, it's actively painful to read his posts.

What's the bet he throws a tantrum about leftist assholes calling everybody Nazis, then he turns around and calls himself a slave?

There are certain groups whose circumstances and historical experiences/significance place them apart. You can't just claim them for yourself, or assign their names to others that you don't like.

Nazis and slaves are two of those groups. What a cunt Clarence is. And he's fucking stupid. He falls for the exact same shit over and over and over. :patsch

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The withdrawal bill does not actually withdraw us. In the same way as a kit car is not the real deal. Its brexit in name only.

Yes I did as a so-called deal was not on the ballot. It was to LEAVE, which the deal is not.

BREAKING: Yellowhammer docs say impact of No Deal would include:

  • HGV delays of 1.5-2.5 days at Dover
  • increased electricity prices
  • delays to medicines
  • shortages of certain foods
  • rising food prices affects lowest paid
  • rise in public disorder
  • illegal fishing boats
Tariffs make UK petrol exports to the EU uncompetitive. Industry had plans to mitigate the impact on refinery margins and profitability, but UK government policy to set petrol import tariffs at 0% inadvertently undermines these plans. This leads to big financial losses and the closure of two refineries (which are converted to import terminals) with about 2,000 direct job losses. Resulting strike action at refineries would lead to disruptions to fuel availability for 1-2 weeks in the regions they directly supply. Government analysis of the impact of no-deal on refineries continues.



I can see why you want it now, it's all good news!
 

Clarence Worley

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BREAKING: Yellowhammer docs say impact of No Deal would include:

  • HGV delays of 1.5-2.5 days at Dover
  • increased electricity prices
  • delays to medicines
  • shortages of certain foods
  • rising food prices affects lowest paid
  • rise in public disorder
  • illegal fishing boats
Tariffs make UK petrol exports to the EU uncompetitive. Industry had plans to mitigate the impact on refinery margins and profitability, but UK government policy to set petrol import tariffs at 0% inadvertently undermines these plans. This leads to big financial losses and the closure of two refineries (which are converted to import terminals) with about 2,000 direct job losses. Resulting strike action at refineries would lead to disruptions to fuel availability for 1-2 weeks in the regions they directly supply. Government analysis of the impact of no-deal on refineries continues.



I can see why you want it now, it's all good news!
:lol:


Probably written by a total bed wetter.

Dont panic................but still nice to see you give EU illegal fishing a free pass.

On the good news JD comes down a tenner
 

Clarence Worley

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Written by the government who didn't want to release it....
Sets a bad president - hardly any wonder Iran keeps nabbing uk citizens when we cant even be an independent nation

personally i dont believe any of that crap aside from maybe some elecy bills maybe going up if its a french owned state operation like EDF or whatever its called

incidentally why is it that fish caught in the channel belong to the EU but 80 migrants are ours?
 

Clarence Worley

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Ok i will give you rise in disorder to - Stuch and Bray will be on the war path

Will Remainers make less money if we remain in the EU?
Dominic Grieve: Receives £90K pa in EU grants. Receives donations from German businesses. Awarded Legion d’honeur. Father worked as liaison officer for Charles de Gaulle. Mother was French Regularly broadcasts on French Radio & TV. Follow the money!
 

mandela

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It has also been revealed that this was originally labelled as 'Base likelihood' but was changed to 'Base worst case' before it was released :rofl

  • The worst disruption at Channel crossings might last for up to three months before improving
  • Lorries could face maximum delays of two-and-a-half days before being able to cross the UK border
  • Possible immigration delays for UK holidaymakers at the Channel Tunnel, ferry crossings and airports
  • A likelihood of "significant" electricity price rises in Northern Ireland
  • Medicine supplies will be "particularly vulnerable to severe extended delays"
  • A potential reduction in the UK's ability to prevent animal disease outbreaks due to reduced supplies of veterinary medicines
  • Supplies of some fresh food will decrease, while supermarket prices may also rise
  • Panic-buying could increase food supply problems
  • The possibility of urgent action to ensure access to clean water if there is a failure in the supply of chemicals - although the likelihood of this is considered "low"
  • Disruption in law enforcement data sharing between the UK and EU
  • Concerns that Gibraltar has not prepared well enough for a no-deal Brexit
  • "Significant amounts" of police time being taken up by protests and a possible rise in public disorder
  • The risk of disruption to fuel supplies in the south east of England
  • Possible clashes between UK and EU fishing vessels
  • UK efforts to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are "likely to prove unsustainable"
BBC News - Brexit: Operation Yellowhammer no-deal document published
www.bbc.co.uk

No-deal Brexit papers warn of shortages and riots
The Yellowhammer paper warns of riots and food price rises but ministers say it is not a prediction.
www.bbc.co.uk
www.bbc.co.uk
  • Some businesses will cease trading
  • There will be a growth in the black market
  • Some providers of adult social care could fail
Full document is here: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/831199/20190802_Latest_Yellowhammer_Planning_assumptions_CDL.pdf