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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Is the UK ready for Boris to #TakeControl?
    May, BoJo or Rees-Moggy? Eeny meeny miney mo...

    As for who may replace Theresa May, according to the latest YouGov results, Jacob Rees Mogg is the most likely replacement, with Sajid Javid and Ruth Davidson came joint second.
    Latest YouGov results reveal Jacob Rees Mogg as the most popular contestant if May were to be replaced. Sajid Javid and Ruth Davidson came joint second #Brexit pic.twitter.com/erRz0ADn3p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Boris gone. Good. Yippee!!
    this is going to be a fun week

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    Boris is right though


    Boris Johnson tells PM she is suffocating Brexit 'dream'

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-44770847

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    Davis, Boris and at least 2 junior ministers have resigned so far. At least they have honoured their word. It makes Gove seem even more reptilious than before, little toad backing the maybot's plan is quite sickening.

    So Brexit means Brexit doesn't really mean Brexit...and the UK has lost too much credibility to cancel the whole nightmare. It's like watching a bad soap ...

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    Jeremy Hunt is replacing Boris as FS. Will the gvmt make it to March 2019?

    Maybot's attempt at a soft brexit is still unworkable. They will need to make some more concessions before the year's out.

    Thegent was correct again when he said the maybot had run out of road. I think she should have sacked Boris, Gove and Davis back in February.

    Meltdown looming...

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    FFS how do they expect their lads to focus on a semi-final not knowing what kind of home's waiting for them!

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    Who needs Brexit?

    China looking to buy stake in UK nuclear plants, say reports

    The Chinese government has emerged as a potential buyer of a multibillion-pound stake in Britain’s nuclear power plants.

    The talks will reignite debate about China’s involvement in the UK nuclear power industry. Two years ago, the government paused approval for the 18bn Hinkley Point C project because of security concerns over China’s stake.

    China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN), a state-run corporation, is said to be interested in buying a major stake in eight power stations, including Sizewell in Suffolk and Dungeness in Kent.

    The power stations are operated by EDF Energy, a subsidiary of the French company EDF, but earlier this year, the British Gas owner, Centrica, put its 20% stake up for sale. The Sunday Times suggested CGN hoped to acquire a 49% stake, which indicates EDF could be looking to offload some of its shareholding.

    The proposed deal would be a headache for Theresa May, who is concerned about giving China greater access to critical infrastructure projects and has initiated a new national security test for foreign takeovers.

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    read and weep

    The prime minister has warned the Tory party it must unite or face the prospect of Jeremy Corbyn in power.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-44775197

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    FFS how do they expect their lads to focus on a semi-final not knowing what kind of home's waiting for them!
    Belgium is going to win anyway, England has no chance, they are quite lame now

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    Pity of UK to lose such a sensitive diplomat like Boris the clown.

    Now, Boris with his free time and as a private person can book a flight to Moscow for seeing the final match of FIFA Cup. He surely would be warmly welcome by his friend Vlado.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    buying a major stake in eight power stations, including Sizewell in Suffolk and Dungeness in Kent.


    I would suggest bypassing Sizewell B, the white domed one on the right. Involved in the foundations design many years ago. Much to young for the heavy responsibilities and time restrictions imposed on the team.

    P.S I'm sure they corrected our assumptions prior to the ameristani designed PWR reactor, start-up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Brexit: Cabinet agrees 'collective' stance on future EU deal

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    For those who wish to read the official STATEMENT FROM HM GOVERNMENT Chequers | 6 July 2018, it is available here:

    https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/723460/CHEQUERS_STATEMENT_-_FINAL.PDF

    Along with a German based sites comment article and some comments here:



    http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/07...ppen.html#more
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    read and weep

    The prime minister has warned the Tory party it must unite or face the prospect of Jeremy Corbyn in power.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-44775197
    Can't see any way through this fine mess, and May's tactical caution against Corbyn is testament to the rot setting in, though the chances of him reaching Downing Street gives her comfort and allows her to remain weak, timid and incompetent.

    I reckon the only consolation for Brits, for what it's worth, is that the EU will continue to steadily dissolve, and this could accelerate as others bolt for the exit, or threaten to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Belgium is going to win anyway, England has no chance, they are quite lame now
    May be lame but we're still in, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    May be lame but we're still in, eh?
    not for long, I support Croatia

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    No, really...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mex View Post
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    and as predicted Croatia wins !!!

    England fucked again

    https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44706648

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    Two down, one to go.

    Murray funks Wimbledon, England gets pussy whipped, only one more British icon to get ass fucked and we have the best Broken Brexit Britain busted flush this fine summer.

    The thing is with May, when she goes down on the Orange Pig to get those flapping geriatric gums around his shrivelled white worm, does she spit or swallow. Does Philip get to tease out the stray pubic hair out of May's maw or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    and as predicted Croatia wins !!!
    One EU country beats the shit out of England, Scotland, N. Ireland. in 1 hour and 30 minutes. Are there any Croatians on the EU/UK expulsion panel?

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    ^ Not very becomming from a fine upstanding fellow as yourself thegent.

    The white paper has finally been published, a halfway house, that fails to deliver any type of brexit, yet fails to improve on the status quo.

    Someone needs to stand up and call for a halt to brexit and burn farage at the stake in March instead. It wouldbe a lot cheaper and far more entertaining, worthy of a new public holiday.

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