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

mandela

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Why are clarry and ernie defending / contesting this point? It's not even debatable.

They don't have to blindly defend everything.
We have to throw weeshaw in with them now, i'm afraid.

This isn't even project fear type shit. This is the stuff THEIR side, those vying for a NO deal at this point, tried to hide. It actually had fuck all to do with the Remain side...yet they'll still just discount it cos Brown people :rofl
 

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This thread is quite clear Johnson has made tons of progress but he has been hampered by the take no deal off the table twats in Parliament.

 

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Yes haggis lets ignore all direct evidence instead favor external sources controlled by (((people))) who have been kicked out of hundreds of societies for hundreds of years for subversion and corruption. There is a general thread about this trend here:


You're the OP.

You really should be in CID

BTW what the actual fuck do you know about Brexit? This is just another trump thread to you where you piss all over it from afar.
 
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Clarence Worley

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We have to throw weeshaw in with them now, i'm afraid.

This isn't even project fear type shit. This is the stuff THEIR side, those vying for a NO deal at this point, tried to hide. It actually had fuck all to do with the Remain side...yet they'll still just discount it cos Brown people :rofl
Typical bullshit analysis and to be frank no deal probably means more indians you daft twat
 
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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
There is also the potential UK / US trade agreement to consider. The USA has a ton of surplus food, agriculture is still a huge business here. If the two countries work out an equitable agreement, the UK may see some food prices drop. They could potentially work petroleum products into the deal as well - the USA is one of the top producers of oil now. And just for Clarence, we could cut a side deal on Jack Daniels.
 

Clarence Worley

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I know leavers are thick, but surely you all realise Osborne projections are what will happen when we actually leave the EU, not from the poll day? :lol::lol:

No one can assess the accuracy because we haven't left yet.....
Thats simply not what he said quite explicitly.
 
There is also the potential UK / US trade agreement to consider. The USA has a ton of surplus food, agriculture is still a huge business here. If the two countries work out an equitable agreement, the UK may see some food prices drop. They could potentially work petroleum products into the deal as well - the USA is one of the top producers of oil now. And just for Clarence, we could cut a side deal on Jack Daniels.
A world of opportunity, optimism and great possibilities, I like your thinking here.
I know a few on here who wont enjoy hearing there is life outside of the EU for us however...
 
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Thats simply not what he said quite explicitly.
Thick as shit.

In that speech he laid out the repercussions of leaving and the repercussions of leaving under WTO rules.

You'd have to be a special kind of autistic to take the phrase 'if you vote to leave' that literally....he's clearly referring to when we actually leave, not from the day of the vote.....
 

Clarence Worley

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Thick as shit.

In that speech he laid out the repercussions of leaving and the repercussions of leaving under WTO rules.

You'd have to be a special kind of autistic to take the phrase 'if you vote to leave' that literally....he's clearly referring to when we actually leave, not from the day of the vote.....
He clearly states along with many other that post VOTE we see the consequences and quite clearly that was bogus bullshit

how about the 'direct and immediate consequences of a vote to leave'?

did he really mean after 3 1/2 years - is that the new remain dictionary definition of immediate?
 

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Mandy resolves dissonance with falsehood shock.

Quite why you are loving this i dont know. Respecting indy ref 2 is dead in the water now bitch
I'm loving the fact that you and your ilk are sitting in the burning building holding hands telling each other there's nothing to worry about.

With your amount of blubber you'd burn for weeks...maybe that can help with the fuel shortages, actually :think1
 

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I'm loving the fact that you and your ilk are sitting in the burning building holding hands telling each other there's nothing to worry about.

With your amount of blubber you'd burn for weeks...maybe that can help with the fuel shortages, actually :think1
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He clearly states along with many other that post VOTE we see the consequences and quite clearly that was bogus bullshit

how about the 'direct and immediate consequences of a vote to leave'?

did he really mean after 3 1/2 years - is that the new remain dictionary definition of immediate?
Did you hear the bit 'as a result of leaving the EU'

We haven't left.