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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Thank you for your civility but really, you do trip out some absolute drivel.

    BoJo and his Brexitory party won a majority on the the basis of several lies: that Brexit was necessary and a benefit, that he could deliver this benefit and that he would make Britain great again by ruling the waves with his new economic deal that would yield a harvest of wealth for all.

    The economy has contracted, the export processed food industry has been decimated, the beef cow farming industry is threatened with extinction, the fishing industry is in a state of near collapse, inflation is running at 6%, food, fuel and energy costs are increasing across the board, the loss of unfettered trade with 450 million consumers 22 miles distant from the British border has incurred losses so far of over £40 billions in trade and these losses are set to increase as over a million SMEs struggle to overcome the burden of UK imposed trade barriers, N.I. has reverted to a conflict zone because BoJo signed up to a deal that he now says he didn't understand and wants to dismantle, and the £ remains devalued by 10% + against a basket of currencies.

    My forecast of £ parity with the USD was predicated on a Brexit without a negotiated deal, a forecast shared with most economic pundits. Even though a deal was agreed subsequent reneging by the Brexitories has led to its continued devaluation compared to pre-2016 values.

    However, my forecast that post Brexit the UK would enter into a period of stagflation in which disposable incomes would be reduced by inflation, an erosion exacerbated by increased taxation, imposed to fund public expenditure compensating for reduced revenues and the cost of servicing a higher national debt, and the increased tightening of wage controls has proved stunningly accurate.

    The economic plight will only worsen but unlike difficult times of yore, the UK now has a drunken jackass for a leader.

    The rest of your post suggests you have returned to your practice of daytime drinking.
    Try and move forward without being so single track minded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonecollector View Post
    Try and move forward without being so single track minded.
    he can't, can't accept you cannot change the democratic decision and he's permanently stuck in what he sees as the heydays of Blairs reign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    as usual, just meaningless location and alcohol based insults instead of facts

    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    you are angry, you are languishing chided, wrong footed, beaten, confined, watched and controlled in an unsaleable and depreciating asset in the sweaty stained gusset of a corrupt sleazy whore infested military dictatorship
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    i though they put you out of your misery, disconnected the colostomy bag and turned your oxygen off months ago.
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    flagellating themselves with thorns
    Ahem . . .

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    It really is quite pitiful how the stupid and prejudiced ignorant continue to delude themselves that Brexited Britain is somehow a success whereas they claim everywhere else is practically a failed state.

    The Brexitory government ( an oxymoron, I know, but let's roll with it ) has pumped so much cash into the system that is already under threat from rapidly rising inflation ( now 6%) and declining productivity, and facing the highest levels of taxation in living memory, that it is now a given that public expenditure will be radically reduced. The inevitable consequence of this will be the expansion of the Brexitory policy of selling the state's services to its hedge fund cliques, no doubt to include the NHS and the roads which will be made subject to tolls nationwide.

    The irony of course is that domestic businesses will be trashed as their EU markets wither on vine and they are overwhelmed by cheap imports distributed by shills for foreign predators - remember it was BoJo who cried " fuck business " when he was reminded of the Brexit losses to be incurred by thousands of SMEs, the fishing industry, the food processing industry, agriculture and the impact of labour shortages on the leisure and tourist sectors.

    The world is in a state of flux with the Chinese facing the consequences of its development and commie infrastructure, and Russian thuggery threatens the West.

    And as this unfolds the UK is led by the worst organised, most incompetent and corrupted government in modern times championed by a drunken, licentious, reckless and irresponsible sot totally out of his depth and surrounded by intellectual pygmies.

    I see interest rates will be rising again quite shortly but the stupid are ignoring this worrying trend in preference to rehearsing their mantra that the state subsidised property boom will save them all.

    Honestly, you simply couldn't write it, could you. A drunken slob quaffing wine with his wife with over 60 staff celebrating a mate's departure and the stupid cvunt actually thinks anyone is going to believe he thought it was a work meeting. Well, I suppose he's right in a way, poor old Tax seems to have swallowed it but then, he would, the poor old chap.

    Ah well, what do you expect.......eh?

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    brexit brexit brexit. give it a rest.

    quaffing wine with his wife with over 60 staff
    whilst over at sir kneel-a-lots place ...


    We did nothing wrong, says Sir Keir Starmer as he refuses to apologise over lockdown beer photo

    Sir Keir Starmer has refused to apologise over a picture of him having drinks with Labour staff in May 2021, as he insisted: "We did nothing wrong."




    At the time, indoor mixing between different households was prohibited except in work scenarios.

    Nadhim Zahawi, the Education Secretary, was among senior Conservatives who called for Sir Keir to apologise in light of his own criticisms of Mr Johnson.

    But speaking to LBC, Sir Keir said: "I think it’s very straightforward. It was a very busy time; it was three or four days before the local elections. We were working in the office, and a takeaway turned up and we stopped and we ate it.

    "Honestly, you know, two parties the night before Prince Philip’s funeral with suitcases of wine. We didn’t break any rules, we were working in the office.

    "I understand what’s going on here which is exactly what happened with Owen Paterson, there comes a time when the Tories try to take everyone into the gutter with them. We did nothing wrong."

    I see interest rates will be rising again quite shortly
    and that's excellent news for the sensible, sober and sound amongst us that have wisely put savings above conspicuous consumption in their list of lifes priorities. interest rises?

    yes please, bring it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    It really is quite pitiful how the stupid and prejudiced ignorant continue to delude themselves that Brexited Britain is somehow a success whereas they claim everywhere else is practically a failed state.

    The Brexitory government ( an oxymoron, I know, but let's roll with it ) has pumped so much cash into the system that is already under threat from rapidly rising inflation ( now 6%) and declining productivity, and facing the highest levels of taxation in living memory, that it is now a given that public expenditure will be radically reduced. The inevitable consequence of this will be the expansion of the Brexitory policy of selling the state's services to its hedge fund cliques, no doubt to include the NHS and the roads which will be made subject to tolls nationwide.

    The irony of course is that domestic businesses will be trashed as their EU markets wither on vine and they are overwhelmed by cheap imports distributed by shills for foreign predators - remember it was BoJo who cried " fuck business " when he was reminded of the Brexit losses to be incurred by thousands of SMEs, the fishing industry, the food processing industry, agriculture and the impact of labour shortages on the leisure and tourist sectors.

    The world is in a state of flux with the Chinese facing the consequences of its development and commie infrastructure, and Russian thuggery threatens the West.

    And as this unfolds the UK is led by the worst organised, most incompetent and corrupted government in modern times championed by a drunken, licentious, reckless and irresponsible sot totally out of his depth and surrounded by intellectual pygmies.

    I see interest rates will be rising again quite shortly but the stupid are ignoring this worrying trend in preference to rehearsing their mantra that the state subsidised property boom will save them all.

    Honestly, you simply couldn't write it, could you. A drunken slob quaffing wine with his wife with over 60 staff celebrating a mate's departure and the stupid cvunt actually thinks anyone is going to believe he thought it was a work meeting. Well, I suppose he's right in a way, poor old Tax seems to have swallowed it but then, he would, the poor old chap.

    Ah well, what do you expect.......eh?
    A polemic filled tirade, full of assumptions and supposition, delivered by a man who hates the English (but everyone else is fine). Not a fact in sight anywhere, other than the repetition of his hatred for the country that spawned his rise to infamy.
    All this vitriol delivered by a bloke who was denied an import licence for his wingman because he deemed too expensive.
    You dislike the government that employed you as a pencil sharpener, In order for you to be enabled as a series of traffic cones to steer government away from capital gains and productivity. Those who succeeded you are still doing it.
    Such bile deserves better, according to you. They don’t hate you SA, they pity you. Personally I find it amusing that you continue to use your command of the language to try repetitively and pile more hurt on them so ineffectively.

    Others seem to think of you as a champion. Some of us are not so blinded by a dim bulb with an axe to grind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    A polemic filled tirade, full of assumptions and supposition, delivered by a man who hates the English (but everyone else is fine). Not a fact in sight anywhere, other than the repetition of his hatred for the country that spawned his rise to infamy.
    All this vitriol delivered by a bloke who was denied an import licence for his wingman because he deemed too expensive.
    You dislike the government that employed you as a pencil sharpener, In order for you to be enabled as a series of traffic cones to steer government away from capital gains and productivity. Those who succeeded you are still doing it.
    Such bile deserves better, according to you. They don’t hate you SA, they pity you. Personally I find it amusing that you continue to use your command of the language to try repetitively and pile more hurt on them so ineffectively.

    Others seem to think of you as a champion. Some of us are not so blinded by a dim bulb with an axe to grind.
    Hear hear

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    Has he resigned yet? That would scare a few...

    ...what's this about the military taking over the Channel patrols? They have to follow the same rules. I guess it just means Priti Patel has worked out she's screwed up.

    This government makes our Test team look good...

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    The desperation within the fat BoJo's circus ring is rising to ever more febrile levels, indeed. To think that a minister of state has been briefed to actually complain on national television that the Leader of the Opposition has breached BoJo's covid regulations by holding a meeting within his constituency office with his wife where he drank from a bottle of beer, a scene captured by the gutter press and recycled by a Tory shill rag. In his dementia he claims this meeting is analogous with BoJo's drunken soiree held in the back garden of 10 Downing Street for a departing colleague in which over 60 staff and guests, from the 100 or so actually invited, attended for many hours engaged in ribald drunkenness as evidenced by the many bottles and broken glasses discovered the next day in the grounds and flower beds. And the fat drunken sot of a PM had the effrontery to lie to all and sundry that he thought he was attending a business function.

    Of course it was a party and one that he permitted despite having been warned that it breached his covid rule regime which for other mere mortals prevented them from attending loved ones' funerals and even their death beds.

    Yet this creep still garners support. Clearly, the sclerotic rightwing Tory demographic, encompassing the stupid, the ignorant and the merely addled, so ably represented by several members of this forum, have no scruples worth a toss.

    Poor old Tax, his champion has turned into a dead duck that is now to be hung round the neck of his party.

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    ^ His approval rating is down to 23% and 2/3 of voters think he should resign.

    More brexit regulations have been in since the start of the year, that's more paperwork, something that Gove & Johnson said there'd be less of.

    Who needs experts, eh...

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    Only the stupid believed the Brexiteer rhetoric, we more intelligent knew that ending unfettered trade amounting to 13% of GDP with 450 million consumers in 27 neighbouring states sharing a land mass a mere 22 miles distant from UK borders would mean a reduction in commerce and a loss to GDP which could not be recovered from trade elsewhere.

    The spiralling inflation and increased costs of imported fuel, energy and food driving every greater wage demands exacerbated by the labour shortage is the key to the future. If the Brexitory party remains then expect the end of the NHS.

    But that great big steaming pile of shite of a question remains: what is it that the Brexiteer BoJo hopes to sell to the world that he couldn't before Brexit?

    Other than the NHS, oh, and British roads.............

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    BoJo's drunken soiree held in the back garden of 10 Downing Street for a departing colleague in which over 60 staff and guests, from the 100 or so actually invited, attended for many hours engaged in ribald drunkenness as evidenced by the many bottles and broken glasses discovered the next day in the grounds and flower beds. And the fat drunken sot of a PM had the effrontery to lie to all and sundry that he thought he was attending a business function.
    in their desperation to besmirch teflon boris is that all they have got? ...... a late afternoon knees-ups in the back yard behind the office.


    hardly hanging offences, yet endlessly spun by the bbc, the guardian and a retired ex whitehall paper shuffler as the worst scandal in living memory, dragging out the disgruntled tory backbenchers they usually despise and slavering over their soundbites as if they were the word of god.

    the big stories of the week are the russian movements on ukraine and labour mp barry gardiner trousering half a mill from the chinkies, yet those stories have all but disappeared from view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    attended for many hours engaged in ribald drunkenness as evidenced by the many bottles and broken glasses discovered the next day in the grounds and flower beds.


    Next you'll be telling us there was a swingers party in the Tower of London dungeons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
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    in their desperation to besmirch teflon boris is that all they have got? ...... a late afternoon knees-ups in the back yard behind the office.

    Err, no, Tax, there is more, much more.

    He is a liar, a congenital liar who consistently places himself above the law and thinks ordinary common or garden morality is beneath him.

    He misappropriated £120,000 from the London budget and gave it to his American slut in order to further their illicit sexual dalliances and in seeking to ingratiate himself further he supported her application to remain on what we now know to be entirely spurious grounds - the slapper is pretty much bankrupt, her company wound up after zero trading and she is now a leading light in the US's QAnon/ Anti-Vax campaigns on behalf of the American fuckwit community.

    He has further breached the ministerial codes in receiving numerous gifts from donors who have obtained political and economic advantages from these not insignificant considerations.

    He has facilitated illegal public contracts for the benefit of cronies, political and otherwise, who have reaped vast profits corruptly at the expense of taxpayers.

    And all of this has yet to be made the subject of any meaningful investigation, an omission facilitated by his cronies whose sycophancy in return for favours has protected him from due process that would have seen most of us in gaol on conviction of corruption.

    The man is a chancer, a bounder and a crook and there it is.

    You really are quite silly these days, Tax.

    The point is, he broke his own laws in a manner which saw others punished with huge fines, but which were obeyed by millions despite many of whom who were denied the chance of comforting dying family members or even attending their funerals.

    And you minimise his actions which he has tried to deny despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

    Christ, Tax, man up and get your tongue out of his arse.
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    most of is just hearsay, rumour and scandal put about by his detractors, gleefully exaggerated by the media and lapped up wholeheartedly by a lumpen public brainwashed for the past 20 years by educators, journalists and activists .

    it has all been investigated, but very little seems to actually stick and guilt has certainly not been determined.

    these lockdown knees ups may have broken regulations, but they are hardly hanging offences.

    yes he is a bounder, but he no crook.

    his support is sadly crumbling and with no support he will have to go.

    i would like to see the back of him, purely because of his lemming like quest for the unproven benefits of net zero, which will bankrupt the country and any other country that pursues those foolish goals in haste.

    but i like his eccentricities, his maverick nature and his determination to press on regardless.

    we need more of it.

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    The blundering idiot Dominic Raab is defending Boris and saying he'll be PM for many years to come...

    ...I guess that means Boris will be out on his ear soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Err, no, Tax, there is more, much more.

    He is a liar, a congenital liar who consistently places himself above the law and thinks ordinary common or garden morality is beneath him.

    He misappropriated £120,000 from the London budget and gave it to his American slut in order to further their illicit sexual dalliances and in seeking to ingratiate himself further he supported her application to remain on what we now know to be entirely spurious grounds - the slapper is pretty much bankrupt, her company wound up after zero trading and she is now a leading light in the US's QAnon/ Anti-Vax campaigns on behalf of the American fuckwit community.

    He has further breached the ministerial codes in receiving numerous gifts from donors who have obtained political and economic advantages from these not insignificant considerations.

    He has facilitated illegal public contracts for the benefit of cronies, political and otherwise, who have reaped vast profits corruptly at the expense of taxpayers.

    And all of this has yet to be made the subject of any meaningful investigation, an omission facilitated by his cronies whose sycophancy in return for favours has protected him from due process that would have seen most of us in gaol on conviction of corruption.

    The man is a chancer, a bounder and a crook and there it is.

    You really are quite silly these days, Tax.

    The point is, he broke his own laws in a manner which saw others punished with huge fines, but which were obeyed by millions despite many of whom who were denied the chance of comforting dying family members or even attending their funerals.

    And you minimise his actions which he has tried to deny despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

    Christ, Tax, man up and get your tongue out of his arse.
    Mostly speculation and triumphalism. One minute, the English are brainless oafs, the next they are law abiding citizens deserving of your empathy. Which is it SA. Make your mind up man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    The blundering idiot Dominic Raab is defending Boris and saying he'll be PM for many years to come.
    Love or hate him, he's here to stay

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    54 letters to the 1922 committee are required to trigger a leadership vote. I understand that by the end of the week that threshold may well b crossed.

    From his interview t'other day his resignation is looking more and more an inevitability.

    People died alone and could not be mourned while this fat drunken sot got pissed at a party he authorised, an event which the dissembling, devious, snivelling turd later denied to parliament and the country had taken place.

    No matter what transpires, even the dumbest Brexitory halfwit knows the shit has been found wanting and is in fact quite, quite worthless. The picture of the Queen maintaining her stoical forbearance as she sat alone in the chapel at her husband's funeral observing the COVID social distancing regime a mere day after the leader of her government was getting arseholed drunk at an illegal gathering will be the wretch's epitaph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Mostly speculation and triumphalism. One minute, the English are brainless oafs, the next they are law abiding citizens deserving of your empathy. Which is it SA. Make your mind up man.
    Surely, you cannot be that stupid?

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    ^ switch is so stupid he has to jump off a cliff and hit the ground before he'll believe it will hurt him. Beforehand it's just speculation...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Itís all about timing.
    Is it time yet?

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    He's hanging on for this report, lets hope its not a let down

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    Switch is so stupid he wants Novak Djokovic to take over as coach of England's cricket team.

    Because it took the Australians two weeks to get him out.

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