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Which Brexiter saw this one coming?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Duke of York, Feb 20, 2020.

  1. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    Sorry, needabreak, you're talking out your arrse as much as those who voted for Brexit did so without thinking things through properly.

    If you want my advice, if I were you, I'd take that break you need and spend it somewhere relaxing so you had the opportunity to do nothing other than think. And leave your phone at home.
     
  2. LondonCanary

    LondonCanary Star commenter

    Anyone interested in history, might find Henry VIII had only 3 mothers in law.
     
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  3. needabreak

    needabreak Star commenter

    I don't want your advice or personal comments about any orifice you think I may be communicating through thank you. I suspect you disagree with my views on this... *wonder if you can still see my signature.
     
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  4. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    I refer you to my own signature.
     
  5. needabreak

    needabreak Star commenter

    I cannot see your signature since I'm using that handheld device which precludes my seeing it. My view on debating every single trade deal stands.

    Since you have been so rude to me I shall take your advice, personal comments, referrals and often extended and irrelevant posts with a pinch of salt, I'd hoped posters could remain civil despite disagreements but this has clearly proved quite a challenge for you.
     
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  6. Mangleworzle

    Mangleworzle Star commenter

    Trade decision? Exactly what was the decision that was made? seems more of a dictat we had no choice about - because we've left the EU.

    ...and yes, you can be sure that decisions made by the government won't just be accepted and the blather of apologists taken as good enough.
     
  7. needabreak

    needabreak Star commenter

    Wait, did you not read the post you quoted, you know the henceforth bit? Ask the OP who linked the issues. Jeeze you lot are off form tonight.
     
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  8. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    Eh?
     
  9. needabreak

    needabreak Star commenter

    Don't worry about it, I won't be.
     
  10. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    Can you add a note to your signature the time of the month it's best to avoid conversing with you in order to avert misunderstandings please?
     
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  11. needabreak

    needabreak Star commenter

    I have no idea what you mean by this.
     
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  12. alex_teccy

    alex_teccy Lead commenter

    EU trade deals are a red herring. EU as a proportion of our trade has been diminishing, whilst our trade with the US, with whom we don’t have a trade deal, has been increasing.
     
  13. moscowbore

    moscowbore Lead commenter

    I am very familiar with cloud computing and I am astonished at this brazen move to rob us citizens of their data protection.
     
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  14. Kandahar

    Kandahar Lead commenter

    What data protection have you been robbed of?
     
  15. florian gassmann

    florian gassmann Star commenter

    I see Emmanuel Macron said yesterday that the EU doesn't need Britain to show our disunity, as EU budget talks failed over disagreement on how to replace the €75bn gap in EU finances following Brexit.

    Angela Merkel admitted that the talks had been broken off because "differences are too big", while Macron wants more money for French farmers and the "frugal four" (Austria, Denmark, Sweden and the Netherlands) said they would not accept a budget of more than 1% of the bloc's GDP.
     
  16. alex_teccy

    alex_teccy Lead commenter

    And Ireland has been asked to become a net contributor, with increases in contributions required and reductions to Irish farmers and infrastructure. Some grattitude for Varadkar doing the EU's dirty work over Brexit.
     
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  17. Scintillant

    Scintillant Star commenter

    The trouble with Brexit is that people have been more interested in the EU failing, than thinking about what Brexit actually entails.

    Hence the mess. Already.
     
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  18. alex_teccy

    alex_teccy Lead commenter

    The trouble with Brexit is that people have been more interested in Brexit failing, than thinking about what EU actually entails.

    There, fixed it for you.
     
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  19. Scintillant

    Scintillant Star commenter

    Brexit will fail. It is failing. Grounded on lie after lie after lie.

    David Dimbleby's savage attack on 'liar' Boris Johnson and 'apeing Donald Trump'

    He added: "Nobody trusts Boris Johnson. Who could trust Boris Johnson?

    "He lies everywhere to everyone. He lies to his family. He just makes it up, you know."

    #liarjohnson
    #lieseverywhere
    #lietoeveryone
    #lyingliar
     
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    Scintillant Star commenter

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