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

Clarence Worley

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They'll be better off, yes.

Majority of them can afford to eat and put petrol in their cars.
How exactly do you work that out?

Total bollocks. When i was a kid we had no EU and no food banks. We pay an external tariff on over 12,000 things.................hence jack daniels went up recently

The EU COST the poors on food and clothing
 
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How exactly do you work that out?

Total bollocks. When i was a kid we had no EU and no food banks. We pay an external tariff on over 12,000 things.................hence jack daniels went up recently

The EU COST the poors on food and clothing
Low income families have been unable to feed their children with jack daniels because of the EU, that's a travesty.

Do you think tariffs are going to disappear if we leave? :lol: They're going to rise.....
 

mandela

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Will low income families thrive by remaining in the European project?
Here's what your government found on the matter of low income families...

  • A likelihood of "significant" electricity price rises in Northern Ireland
  • Medicine supplies will be "particularly vulnerable to severe extended delays" (M: low income families more dependant on medicine)
  • Supplies of some fresh food will decrease, while supermarket prices may also rise
  • Panic-buying could increase food supply problems (M: low income families cannot afford to stock up)
  • The possibility of urgent action to ensure access to clean water if there is a failure in the supply of chemicals (M: low income families more dependent on tap water)
And that's just the points from the summary :rofl
 

mandela

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As for the general point of low income families thriving, that's certainly more of a domestic political issue and in normal circumstances has next to fuck all to do with the EU.

Also, right wing retards using low income families in an attempt to politically point score is fuckin hilarious.
 
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Here's what your government found on the matter of low income families...

  • A likelihood of "significant" electricity price rises in Northern Ireland
  • Medicine supplies will be "particularly vulnerable to severe extended delays" (M: low income families more dependant on medicine)
  • Supplies of some fresh food will decrease, while supermarket prices may also rise
  • Panic-buying could increase food supply problems (M: low income families cannot afford to stock up)
  • The possibility of urgent action to ensure access to clean water if there is a failure in the supply of chemicals (M: low income families more dependent on tap water)
And that's just the points from the summary :rofl
These are all nailed on to happen in the event of a no deal?
 

mandela

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These are all nailed on to happen in the event of a no deal?
Those are the base expectations as determined by your government.

They then attempted to conceal from the public.

If this doesn't suit your agenda then feel free to disregard it. I couldny gie a fuck, man.
 
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Those are the base expectations as determined by your government.
Bad things might happen.
Bad things might not happen.

They then attempted to conceal from the public.
Yea, that seems to have been a recurring theme with most governments across the globe for many many years now.
I'm suprised that you were suprised that our government would attempt to conceal something from us...
 
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Bad things might happen.
Bad things might not happen.


Yea, that seems to have been a recurring theme with most governments across the globe for many many years now.
I'm suprised that you were suprised that our government would attempt to conceal something from us...
Base expectations you spastic.

This is what's most likely to happen.

The government are probably downplaying it too which means the reality is even worse.
 
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You are still dealing in fairies, mermaids and unicorns.

Q. What is actually going to happen?
A. You haven't got a clue.

Thanks...
Me and the experts would say that if you jumped off a really high building, the base expectation would be death.

You'd say this is fairies, mermaids and unicorns.

Why don't you do it and report back?
 

mandela

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Bad things might happen.
Bad things might not happen.


Yea, that seems to have been a recurring theme with most governments across the globe for many many years now.
I'm suprised that you were suprised that our government would attempt to conceal something from us...
* sigh *

Bad things are likely to happen. That's the findings of the research.

It may not support your agenda but dismissing it is ridiculous. And I supported Brexit (for entirely different reasons than you) but that doesn't mean I refuse to acknowledge counter points.

As for the government hiding it, that's nothing new but not for this type of material. It's hardly a security risk or confidential. In addition to the revelation that the funders of the prime minister, who previously said a no deal Brexit would be catastrophic but now seems hell bent on it, stand to make billions of pounds off of a no deal Brexit.

I find both of these things extremely dubious. So should you, regardless of your view on Brexit.

You are in severe danger of being classed with Clarence and Ernie in the extremist category with this willful ignorance. Stop it. It's embarrassing.