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    Reading the sniding between the brexeters and the remainders gives me a glimpse on the future of the UK. If you guys leave, or stay you better hope that things turn out great for the UK otherwise you will all be at each other's throats . I strongly suspect that the EU will not the only "U" you will be leaving.
    Either way you guys are Fuked. The only option is that things will work out so great you both get over it. I hope it does.
    Question? what will happen with the UK participation of UK in the EU elections?
    Last edited by Buckaroo Banzai; 13-04-2019 at 06:02 PM.
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    Yes, you'd be rich, sporty and have an attractive partner who actually existed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    ^ We should never have joined. The EU would have already failed without our taxes, and life would be far more pleasant now.
    non sense, your country was on the verge of total collapse Zimbabwe style when you joined the EU

    We saved you economically and politically, ungrateful bastards

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    Oh the hypocrisy. Tells me to use my commonsense more often then calls me a troll for returning the gesture.

    Screaming 'troll!" is an overused deflection technique by those trying to recover from humiliation.
    Humiliation? Deary me, is there no bounds to your immaturity.

    You continue to try and derail whenever you are shown to be wrong or try to defend the indefensible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Seeing as frauds could never get one over you, iyho which characters on the main Brexit stage are not frauds?

    Is it EU+Remainers on one side and frauds on the other? Surely not, you can't be that bigoted.
    I have named the main ones that joined brexit for personal gain rather than national interest. The Maybot was more interested in being PM but I think she is merely incompetent. On the other side of the fence, Cameron was humiliated by the EU when he failed not to have Juncker elected. Osborne over exaggerated the risks of leaving the EU, which backfired badly

    I am not saying everyone who supports brexit is a fraud. That is extrapolation in the extreme. I am saying that those that people listen to, who people have respect for, should be a little more accurate with their arguments. The Telegraph column with Boris that was reported yesterday infuriated me.

    Apologies in advance for typos, big fingers on small mobile keypad...

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    ^Its no surprise that foreign businesses are taking advantage of the weakened(due to Brexit) pound and buying up UK assets at rock bottom prices.

    I'm not sure why you think this somehow proves that Brexit is good for the UK economy ....its like seeing a huge crowd gathering for a closing-down-sale and thinking the business must be doing well.

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    Indeed, the whole point is that the figures being used to show increased foreign investment include the housing market. When those personal investments, by wealthy opportunists, are excluded, investment in manufacturing industry and the services industry have actually seen reduced investment.

    It takes time on my laptop to pull out the figures in order to refute figures but since nf hasn't provided links to back up his claims I won't bother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    This was a major trigger for brexit, that so many young citizens of failing economies in the EU27 were making their way to the UK to work.

    So if the economy heads further down the toilet then there are fewer foreigners working in the UK

    Brilliant!


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    Welsh resorts to 'benefit" from EU exit uncertainty

    Holidaymakers look set to embrace staycations in Wales this year as Brexit sparks nervousness about European holidays, tourism chiefs say.

    The Easter holidays were due to be the first break after Britain left the European Union, before the government delayed the initial 29 March deadline.

    Tourism bosses say the weak pound and uncertainty could add to the 10 million annual overnight trips to Wales.

    The Wales Tourism Alliance is positive there will be a "Brexit bounce".

    The drop in the value of the pound has made foreign holidays more expensive and many operators in Wales are reporting greater interest as 2019's holiday season begins at the Easter break.

    About 90% of overnight trippers to Wales are from the UK staycation market and that could rise with a scorching summer similar to last year.

    "Since the decision was made to leave the EU, the tourism industry has benefited," said Pembrokeshire Tourism liaison manager Dennis O'Conner.
    One holiday letting company, FBM Holidays, which has 300 properties across west Wales, is preparing for its busiest year for three years, while the 350-cottage Bluestone resort is already ahead of its 2018 summer occupancy rate with three months remaining.

    The Caravan Club in Wales, as well as across the rest of the UK, has recorded its best quarter in a decade while bookings at Mark Whitehouse's holiday park in Fishguard is up 25% for this summer.






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    So get your caravans ready for a Great British Staycation in Wales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    Our three main remainers, bob cyrille and troy, are an aggressive drunk who can't remember where he was born, a vapid tefler, and a guy with the maths ability of Diane Abbott
    More immaturity from you I see. You do know it's 2019 now and we are talking investment decline since the referendum not investment gain from 2016 to 2017. You might also want to read all that report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    This was a major trigger for brexit, that so many young citizens of failing economies in the EU27 were making their way to the UK to work.

    Where is the breakdown to show the influx of young workers from failing economies? Or did you just make that bit up ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    The EU needs to sort itself out instead of relying on its usual lazy "The tens of millions of young unemployed in the southern nations are no problem, most can speak some English so they can go to the UK" four pillars approach.
    More grossly exaggerated and unsubstantiated misinformation from you.

    You really are quite the Farage...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    More immaturity from you I see. You do know it's 2019 now and we are talking investment decline since the referendum not investment gain from 2016 to 2017. You might also want to read all that report.
    He's probably too busy practicing his faux indignation at the level of discussion.

    What a laughable hypocrite he is.

    As well as, of course, a serial fantasist and incorrigible liar about his own circumstances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    So get your caravans ready for a Great British Staycation in Wales.
    Sunday: Thick cloud cover
    Monday: Rather cloudy
    Tuesday: Mostly sunny
    Wednesday: Showers
    Thursday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain
    Friday: Periods of rain





    Even Chitty's got more sense.

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    Think of the benefits to the economy as more and more Brits buy up umbrellas, cagoules and "I love Wales" stickers.


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    Jesus, Whales look so much like rural France, no wonder you fucks hate that place

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    10.5 rainy days per month.


    It's April and I'm talking about the weather forecast for next week.

    The giveaway was that...my post was the weather forecast for next week. Are you going to take issue with that too?

    A rather different story to June, July and August.

    Christ you really are a wanker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    The article is about holidays to Wales this year, not next week.
    To anyone except a fantasist oddball with reading challenges it's about the summer, with a focus on the Easter holidays next week.

    And my comment was about next week, ie Easter as it's mentioned in the article.

    Now go crack yer baldy egg head open with a spoon.

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    Teachy, you've got awfully brave all of a sudden, why do you care about Brexit anyway?. You've never really explained why you have a dog in this fight given you've decided to leave the UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Teachy, you've got awfully brave all of a sudden, why do you care about Brexit anyway?. You've never really explained why you have a dog in this fight given you've decided to leave the UK
    Blokes a parasite, pays no tax in the UK but will still expect the NHS to take care of his potless ass in old age. In fact the parasite probably pays tax nowhere, contributes nothing to any society that has the misfortune to suffer his tedious presence.

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    ^^ You do know it's still April next week and that it is, um, Easter then as well.

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    Is brexitbobby still pissed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    ^^ You do know it's still April next week and that it is, um, Easter then as well.
    How many more times can he make an utter tit of himself on this thread?

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    Wrong five times in one sentence.

    Good going, even for you.

    Smeg, nobody will ever believe a word you post about yourself. One can only try to comprehend how shit your life must be for you to lie so relentlessly about yourself for over a decade.

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    ^^Nerve hit ouch

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