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    Gosh!!

    An association of 27 democratically elected leaders of 27 democracies meet to discuss a plan to benefit their respective countries in a forum that constitutes representatives of those democracies and they share a difference of opinion that reflects the emergence of three separate groups which try to resolve a course of action through a process of debate and democracy. And this is a civil war indicating disintegration ?

    The stupidity of the Brexit British knows no bounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Gosh!!

    An association of 27 democratically elected leaders of 27 democracies meet to discuss a plan to benefit their respective countries in a forum that constitutes representatives of those democracies and they share a difference of opinion that reflects the emergence of three separate groups which try to resolve a course of action through a process of debate and democracy. And this is a civil war indicating disintegration ?

    The stupidity of the Brexit British knows no bounds.
    Nice to see all those years in the public service didn't go to waste. You have become quite the expert at polishing a turd.

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    Tatters, SA, tatters, that's what the EU is in.

    Now I suppose sqwiril will pipe in with something like UK isn't doing too well either, as though that means the EU isn't in tatters; but he's not all that smart.

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    You’re just talking bollocks, as per.

    It doesn’t take smartness to discern that.

    I mean, you’re not even trying to substantiate it. Which is probably wise, since when you attempt to do that your posts descend into gibberish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    You’re just talking bollocks, as per.

    It doesn’t take smartness to discern that.

    I mean, you’re not even trying to substantiate it. Which is probably wise, since when you attempt to do that your posts descend into gibberish.
    Thick, irrelevant thundercunt pretends he has a dog in this fight. Carryon dickhead. You are to Brexit, what Rod Liddle is to journalism and geography. Stunted fuckwit.

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    Is brexit still on? I thought you all left already.

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    That stumpy porker switch drifted off years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    That stumpy porker switch drifted off years ago.
    ...... and yes, you are still irrelevant. Changing your avatar fooled no one. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Tatters, SA, tatters, that's what the EU is in.
    Jabber Jabber Jabbering again...

    The EU are making progress after 4 days...

    ...unlike the 4 year Brexit saga.

    TBH, I think the Covid virus is just what the UK didn't want. It's a double whammy that could mean a lot of hardship or selling of souls.


    Now what about the Russian influence of the Brexit Referendum. Is that a a conspiracy theory or what!?


    Chas, get back under your rock where you belong with those banal posts of yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    ...... and yes, you are still irrelevant. Changing your avatar fooled no one. lol
    Even his avatar is trying to leg it, but he's not smart enough to get the message.

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    Your fifth cup of Joe should have kicked in by now.

    Isn't it time for more shit straight from your jacksy about the collapse of the EU?

    That institution where supposedly everyone does what Merkel wants and yet...err...it's still being torn apart by internecine rivalries?

    Let it flow, jabby...and hang the paragraphs.


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    Internecine rivalries, hang the paragraphs...blimey did you give SA your password?

    Even your avatar thinks you're a fcuking plague!

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    ^^The EU has had to extend the time set aside for negotiating an internal aid package, because they can’t agree on it.
    Its all over the print media, but you won’t post it because it does not fit your cosy EU narrative. Cherry picker.

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    ^ its been agreed but only after the froggie dwarf threw a tantrum at the frugal four. So add that pile of debt to the mountain and divide it up and pass it out to the next country considering leaving.
    Last edited by NamPikToot; 21-07-2020 at 02:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    its been agreed but only after the froggie dwarf threw a tantrum at the frugal four.

    That's unrelated to the outcome.
    Marcon got frustrated at one point and threw his fist into the table but it was not because of that a compromise could be made.

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    I love the cute way he has the French flag on his mask just in case you didn't know the dwarf with the cuban heels wasn't Macron

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    That's unrelated to the outcome.
    Marcon got frustrated at one point and threw his fist into the table but it was not because of that a compromise could be made.
    Is that how they decide things in frogland, get what you want if you thump the table hard enough?

    Merkel should put that muppet in its place before she leaves.

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    ^ better than stomping off in a huff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    ^ its been agreed but only after the froggie dwarf threw a tantrum at the frugal four. So add that pile of debt to the mountain and divide it up and pass it out to the next country considering leaving.
    The British media will try to find fault with anything under the EU flag. They need to in order to justify Brexit. However, they just end up looking even more stupid when the EU finds an accord.

    Not much comment on the findings into Russian involvement on UK politics yet...

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    Er, the UK debt level now exceeds GDP for the first time since 1963 and stands at £1.9 trillion.

    I think that is now the second or third highest debt level in all 28 EU countries.

    Broken down Tory Brexit Britain is certainly shaping up as one of the greatest economic successes in the past two centuries.

    Har, har.

    Still, once Britain introduces tariff trade barriers on 1.1 21 with our 27 EU neighbours and their 450 million consumers I'm sure things will get even better and better.

    Truly, Brexit Brits have to be the stupidest people on the planet.

    Har, har.

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    ^ & ^^ you two are very gloomy, consistently so, still the world goes on.

    Oh and Sausages if you think debt to GDP is anything more than a ratio, then the world is going to gradually go down the pan you silly little man.

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    Well scanning media sources it appears we are heading toward and Australia style deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    ^ & ^^ you two are very gloomy, consistently so, still the world goes on.
    As with BoJo, this 'jaunty milkman' routine of yours does nothing but show the paucity of your counter argument.

    What's next? 'It is what it is'?

    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Well scanning media sources it appears we are heading toward and Australia style deal.

    Another 'Daily Excess' story you're too embarrassed to link to?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Well scanning media sources it appears we are heading toward and Australia style deal.
    That's nothing more than wishful thinking, currently everything points to a no-deal exit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    As with BoJo, this 'jaunty milkman' routine of yours does nothing but show the paucity of your counter argument.
    What's next? 'It is what it is'?
    What argument, you really do expose your idiocy at times, hell most of the time. I am putting forward no argument - i am suggesting we are moving to a WTO arrangement, something your friend here also missed.

    I have asked before but just how dull does someone have to be to have to put up with you for any degree of time.?

    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    That's nothing more than wishful thinking, currently everything points to a no-deal exit.

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