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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Another one finally seen the light, just SeekingAss and DrBob to go now.
    Not sure about SA but last I heard the Doc's alive and well and preaching for the free everything party in Dublin, Lancs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    I'm all for bo-jo as PM as well and without further delay. The Maybot dithered and withered to the point the Farage fungus rot has started to grow. Need to leave now and sod any elections.

    When is Trump coming to town? We need him to kick those EU swine and save the UK.
    I got a feeling he knows better than we do that the EU needs little more than a firm flick to keel over, which he probably won't wish to happen on his watch, but might be preparing the groundwork for a barge around 2024-5. Smart guy is Trump, that's right in my predicted window.

    Either way the Socialist Project is doomed. It has served Frau well for more than a decade, but she finally realised it cannot work as a political union, people are wising up, and figured best to leave while ahead. The new guy/gal won't have her stature, or influence, control, or a powerhouse economy to create and then put pauperised nations on welfare like before. The Market was a good idea rotted through by corrupt unelected bureauprats imposing an unsustainable currency and economic failure upon many of its members, and won't be the first time Europeans will pay a terrible price for electing easily purchased leaders.

    No big deal, post-EU Europe will recover, it's quite good at needing to, and no doubt a couple of generations down the road some charismatic leader or group will have another go at the Socialist dystopia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Be careful of overestimating what bungholeboy ‘knows’.

    It’s very easily done.
    And yet another valued, insightful and useful post from the forum waste of space that greatly contributes to the thread. Even in your 60s with your life of regret there is still time for you to get a life although being a sad pathetic socially inadequate TEFLER without a pot to piss in probably doesn't help. It must fucking suck to be you.

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    If the UK is in a bad position with Brexit then how is France getting along on week 24 of the YVs?



    That's a lot of people for 6 months into a protest!

    It's not gonna go well for Macron/EU federalistas in the May elections...

    & for those who think it isn't connected:


    French police fired tear gas to push back protesters who tried to march towards the European Parliament building in the eastern city of Strasbourg. Protests in Paris remained generally peaceful.
    https://www.france24.com/en/20190427...24-tax-protest
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    again distracting from the real issue, where are we with Brexitn now? dead in the water and yet no revolts from the right wing loons, the racists, and the chavs

    told you Brits were a bunch of cowards when it comes to hard unpopular decisions

    just let the Queen make the final decision, problem solved, no REF2 or GE non-sense

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    and where is Nigel? got tired to talking to himself and went back to join his army on NTD?

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    He pawned you on here for sure


    Saved you again from a angry stupid boy 3 in a row poster.

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    can you speak in English, you blue collar illiterate trailer trash

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    ^There he is, the little spamming Euro fluffer






    Knew it Ex Telfer come no one
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    More rage PM from my little snowflake puppet ...Nerverna.

    He must be really butthurt seeing I haven't posted anything in this thread for days

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    More rage PM from my little snowflake puppet ...Nerverna.
    Oh dear. More lies from foolbag. No PM, no rage.

    What on earth can trigger him so much that he keeps repeating his lie? Surely not just a few pixels of colour?


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    I pull my string and my little puppet dances ...he cant help himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    I pull my string and my little puppet dances ...he cant help himself.
    Haha. You got that the wrong way round. A few red pixels from me got you all jumping and raging ... and making false claims. You are a little pinocchio puppet. Still, it distracts from Brexit, which is what you seem to want.

    Brexit ... it's still on.


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    Labour Brexit row escalates as NEC members clash publicly over second referendum

    Labour's ruling NEC has clashed in public ahead of a big meeting tomorrow - with pressure from 115 MPs and MEPs, 2,000 Labour supporters, top unions and deputy leader Tom Watson

    Labour's Brexit row is escalating as the party's ruling body braces for a gruelling meeting on whether to force a second referendum.

    Members of the 41-strong National Executive Committee (NEC) clashed in public ahead of tomorrow's showdown over a "confirmatory" public vote.

    Labour is split at the highest levels on whether to demand a referendum that would "confirm" any Brexit deal - or remain in the EU instead.

    A string of shadow ministers want this to be Labour policy and a demand in talks with Theresa May . But others say Labour should only demand a second referendum if it is needed to avoid a damaging Tory Brexit or 'No Deal'.

    Now the issue will come to a crunch at tomorrow's NEC, where reps are discussing Labour's manifesto for the EU elections on May 23.

    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politi...s-nec-14967477
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    Spanish election: socialists win

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    ^ 29% is hardly a landslide win, but the drop in conservative pp support is significant. PM May is likely to see the same humiliation of her party, whether or not she is leader.

    One can only hope the UK leaves the EU before these silly elections. There's no point falling any further into the pit of shame.

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    ^ VOX are the far right party.

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    Tory bosses have urged MEP candidates to avoid talking about Brexit ahead of the May elections after several local members were beaten on the doorstep.

    Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg beg the voting public to ignore Brexit chaos

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    Mrs May insists she can get a Brexit deal through Parliament to avoid European elections

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post

    One can only hope the UK leaves the EU before these silly elections. There's no point falling any further into the pit of shame.
    and how do you think this could happen??? Brexit is over, you won

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Tory bosses have urged MEP candidates to avoid talking about Brexit ahead of the May elections after several local members were beaten on the doorstep.

    Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg beg the voting public to ignore Brexit chaos

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    Mrs May insists she can get a Brexit deal through Parliament to avoid European elections
    It is a valid point about ignoring Brexit for the local elections this Thursday as generally Tory councils are better run than Labour councils with cheaper council tax to but having said that the Tory party needs to die and for that to happen the roots need to be dug up hence vote all their councillors out then the top will die off.

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    ^ Its a well worn myth that somehow the Tories run things better than Labour.

    It's the same myth that propelled the Tories to power with their promises to 'Fix Broken Britain', reduce spending, kickstart the economy etc all of which they failed miserably to deliver, in fact they achieved quite the opposite, a huge financial mess.

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    It's not a myth, it's a fact. Cheaper council tax in Tory councils and better run, feel free to produce some figures from a credible source to show this is a myth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    and how do you think this could happen??? Brexit is over, you won
    There's no win without Farage being burnt at the stake. The EU will continue to finance his hatred of them if he is elected as an MEP. Leaving the EU completely before the elections with any form of Brexit is the only way. Staying in and having EU haters as MEPs is bad for the UK and bad for the EU.

    In the end any problems within the EU that lead to its failure will have a detrimental effect on the rest of the world. The UK will be hit hard whether or not it is a member.

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    No way for UK to avoid the fallout as the monster enters decline, but better to be politically clear than attached under the surrender Treaty.

    Good news as popular sentiment builds against the EU in the election runup, making sense for them to let us leave on acceptable terms. What Frau doesn't need is Farage giving her proxies more distress, and certainly not under the momentum of growing support both in UK and in her heartlands.

    May knows she's finished, having earned a well deserved retirement in the EU or UN through betrayal and sabotage, both regarded as heroic by these corrupt outfits. Frau is on her way out anyway with nobody of equal stature to continue what was a sparkling career until power rose to her head; negative sentiment toward the EU as people have wised up to their abuses, resistance to Empire as it wobbles on economics, political and social, with increasingly positive sentiment for UK across the board - if we can get out.

    The future's looking rosier than it did a month ago, though that's a cue for squirrel and fufu to spoil it.

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    Ref2
    Yes: 10/3
    No: 3/10
    *the only zero vig bet I've seen in a while

    Brexit date:
    Apr-Dec 2019: 11/10
    July-Dec 2019: 13/8
    2020-2021: 33/50
    2022+: 9/4
    *PM gets another extension

    No deal:
    Yes: 7/2
    No: 1/7

    Revoke A50:
    Yes: 11/5
    No: 4/11

    https://www.oddschecker.com/politics/brexit

    May out:
    2019: 1/5
    2020: 5/1
    2020 or later: 3/1
    2022 or later: 25/1

    Next PM:
    BoJo: 9/2
    Corbyn: 6/1
    Gove: 8/1
    Raab: 10/1

    Next Con leader:
    BoJo: 7/2
    Gove: 6/1
    Raab: 7/1
    Hunt: 12/1
    *BoJo next PM after becoming Tory leader = 2/9

    https://www.oddschecker.com/politics/british-politics

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