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    You may not like this fella, but he has been proven correct time after time on the Brexit issue:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Is Boris in charge yet?

    Farage is just milking the brexit debacle to get more money from the EU. He's laughing all the way to the bank at the expense of the UK public.
    Strange logic you have there as if we'd left the EU back in March as we should have done then you wouldn't be hearing from Farage. Only reason Sir Nigel is back and thank God he is, is because of the failure to deliver Brexit. Sir Nigel has been campaigning for over 20 years to make himself unemployed from the Euro Parliament, blame Doris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Join em? ...Farage has been part of the EU for the last 20 years.

    Farage doesn't hate the EU he loves it, he has been balls deep in the EU gravy train for the last 20 years and doesn't want it to end.

    The source of Farage's success is very similar to Trump's, they both target the very dumbest in society, those who are incapable of joined up critical thinking thus susceptible to having their buttons pushed via empty slogans interspersed with ranty youtube videos.
    I must have missed your answer, who are you voting for next week in the Euro elections? Or are you one of those like simple Sybil who wants to jump on everyone else without stating who they will be voting for. Easy to attack others positions when you stand for nothing yourself.

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    What was numbfuktwat's previous incarnation?

    Before the internet one never really encountered these morons not least because their illiteracy and inarticulacy rendered them more or less inert in social terms but now they pop up like weeds cultivated in excrement.
    Imagine he's quite ugly too, these lumps do tend to be rather misshapen, all jug-eared, lantern jawed, bug-eyed, broken-toothed bullet headed subnormals.

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    Now given Buttchuggers age and probable retirement age and he cannot possible been SCS so i'm guessing he finished as a SEO (generous) he's probably on about 14K pa pension and that's being generous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    What was numbfuktwat's previous incarnation?

    Imagine he's quite ugly too, these lumps do tend to be rather misshapen, all jug-eared, lantern jawed, bug-eyed, broken-toothed bullet headed subnormals.
    You're getting confused with Yasojack.

    (Yaso should be back soon with a new name. It's about time.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    so i'm guessing he finished as a SEO (generous) he's probably on about 14K pa pension and that's being generous.
    At that grade, Civil Service pension is fixed at 1/80th of salary for each year of service, capped at a max of half of final salary i.e. he would have had to have been in service from the age of 20 to 60 to get a half salary pension.

    But of course everything about SA from first to last is BS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    We cant all be towering intellectuals likes you Warwick.
    Not I unfortunately, I was only quoting Wilde. English teacher are you? Perhaps you were sick the day he was covered in the curriculum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    You may not like this fella, but he has been proven correct time after time on the Brexit issue:
    Also Enoch Powell.



    Those who peddle unfashionable, or uncomfortable truths are rarely listened to until it is too late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warwick View Post
    Not I unfortunately, I was only quoting Wilde. English teacher are you? Perhaps you were sick the day he was covered in the curriculum.
    Were you quoting Wilde or para phrasing? If the former I didn't see any inverted commas or source cited to avoid plagiarism.

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    Is Warwick another refugee Tefler, lately of the factory floor and DitchdiggersR'Us. He certainly writes like a person unhampered by a formal education. Still, he's in good company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Is Warwick another refugee Tefler, lately of the factory floor and DitchdiggersR'Us. He certainly writes like a person unhampered by a formal education.
    You are very wide of the mark. But scarcely unusual for you.

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    here is an idea, have a new REF to void the 1975 REF to join the CU, problem solved

    no deal, no pay, no drama, 40 years history of EU erased

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warwick View Post
    Also Enoch Powell.



    Those who peddle unfashionable, or uncomfortable truths are rarely listened to until it is too late.
    what a boring twat, who would be crazy enough to listen to that silly 23min rant

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    ^unlike some who could be mentioned, he lived in interesting times and learned a lot about consequences.

    He didn’t suffer from small man syndrome like Macron the little paranoid shit. Only witless euroscum would consider him boring. As usual, you have learned nothing again today.

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    Brexit: Theresa May plans 'bold offer' to get support for deal



    Theresa May has said a "new and improved" Brexit deal will be put to MPs when they vote on the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill in early June.

    Writing in the Sunday Times, Mrs May said the bill will be a "bold offer".

    Extra protections for workers are expected to be among the proposals, with Mrs May trying to win over the support of some Labour MPs in a final attempt to get her Brexit plan passed.

    This comes after the government's talks with Labour over Brexit broke down.

    Mrs May announced this week that MPs will vote on the bill - which would bring the withdrawal agreement into UK law - in the week beginning 3 June. If the bill is not passed, the default position is that the UK will leave the EU on 31 October without a deal.

    Labour has said it will vote against the bill while many Conservative MPs also remain opposed, meaning the legislation could fail to clear its first parliamentary hurdle.

    But in her Times piece, Mrs May said she will "not be simply asking MPs to think again" on the same deal that they have repeatedly rejected - but on "an improved packaged of measures that I believe can win new support".

    The PM said she wanted MPs to consider the new deal "with fresh pairs of eyes - and to give it their support".

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-48323522

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/c...-mps-7dxkkqs27
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    ^ she is dreaming, as usual

    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    ^unlike some who could be mentioned, he lived in interesting times and learned a lot about consequences.

    He didnít suffer from small man syndrome like Macron the little paranoid shit. Only witless euroscum would consider him boring. As usual, you have learned nothing again today.
    oh fuck off you miserable English twat

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    May is dead in the water, so some of the Tories who voted for it last time around will vote against it this time around. Thus, the questions is: are Labour MPs stupid enough to fall for her trick? Some Labour MPs have already been quoted as saying even if the deal passes, May is gone as PM and the deal will not be backed by a new Tory MP...

    She has absolutely decimated the Tories, and now she is seeking to get her insane ideas through parliament by opposition member's votes.
    How do I post these pictures???

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    she did a good job destroying her party, and for that alone, we should thank her

    if only Farage could win Westminster, once and for all, and have Reese Mog as the PM, or even BoJo, then we would have the full self destructive circus that GB deserve

    how we will laugh in the EU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post

    how we will laugh in the EU
    Indeed, France is really leading the way; week 27 is very funny too...










    &, even by Eurozone averages France isn't doing so well.



    & with the UK outperforming both the Eurozone and the European uber-performer, you seem to have gotten things back to front again, Papillion...

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    Nigel Farage facing investigation by EU authorities over lavish gifts from millionaire tycoon

    Brexit Party leader failed to declare £450,000 allegedly spent on him by Arron Banks




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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Nigel Farage facing investigation by EU authorities over lavish gifts from millionaire tycoon

    Brexit Party leader failed to declare £450,000 allegedly spent on him by Arron Banks

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