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I want the UK to stay in an ever-closer union 49 23.11%
I want the UK to stay in a loosely connected EU 68 32.08%
I want the UK out because the EU is bad for the UK 22 10.38%
I want the UK out because the EU is a bad thing 23 10.85%
I want the UK out because this would be good for the rest of us 17 8.02%
I don't really care 33 15.57%
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Old 12.02.2019, 23:06
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Can someone book Loz a room for the 29th?
He's already booked a flight to England for that time, he wrote somewhere .... no I'm not gonna try to find that post of his.
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He's already booked a flight to England for that time, he wrote somewhere .... no I'm not gonna try to find that post of his.
I knew it.

The Lower Lip Quiverer's convention. He'll gather with the rest of 'em..
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Mogg's getting a right whipping this week...and it's only Tuesday!

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Sunny Hundal‏ @sunny_hundal Sunny Hundal Retweeted Jacob Rees-Mogg

Remember that time I exposed you were guest of honour at Traditional Britain annual dinner, a group that wanted Black and Asian Britons 'sent back'? Don't try and fashion yourself as a brave anti-racist

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Jacob Rees-MoggVerified account @Jacob_Rees_Mogg
Failing to leave the EU would inevitably benefit Tommy Robinson: is that what the Cooper-Boles amendment was really aiming for? https://www.conservativehome.com/aud...elections.html
10:36 AM - 12 Feb 2019
https://twitter.com/sunny_hundal/sta...91243301994496

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Last week, Rees-Mogg participated in the launch of Turning Point UK, the British branch of a US far-right youth pressure group with alleged ties to Russia.





Turning Point is known for its anti-Islam rhetoric and accused of boosting its numbers with racists. According to a December 2018 report commissioned by the U.S. Senate, Turning Point US’s social media activity was regularly co-opted and reposted by the Internet Research Agency (IRA) – otherwise known as the Mueller-indicted Troll Farm in St Petersburg.
https://codastory.com/disinformation...cob-rees-mogg/
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Old 13.02.2019, 01:05
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Can someone book Loz a room for the 29th?
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He's already booked a flight to England for that time, he wrote somewhere .... no I'm not gonna try to find that post of his.
Only problem is the rumour he booked a return flight
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Here's a picture of British Expats freedom of movement rights after the UK
leaves the European Union

So where can we enjoy freedom of movement after Brexit ?

Well first of all there's the Common Travel Area countries, still available after Brexit
which includes:
The Irish Republic.
The Isle of Man
The Channel Islands - although with The CI this comes with a residency caveat.

The British Overseas territories - which is a must see for the intrepid explorer
Expats amongst us and includes:

Gibraltar - Also known as The Rock, was captured by Anglo-Dutch forces from Spain
in 1704, during the War of the Spanish Succession and ceded to Britain in perpetuity
under the Treaty of Ultrecht and has been a great place for British department
stores on the Spanish Peninsula for the past 50 to 80 years.

The Falkland Islands - loads of penguins and plenty of sheep to count for Expats
who are hardy enough move to over there, with Port Stanley's The Upland Goose Hotel
being the favourite pub of the Falklands War.

British Antarctic territory - suffice to say its cold outside down in the Antarctic !!

British Indian Ocean territory - which really means Diego Garcia, British Expats
could really boast that they are living on an island of immense strategic importance,
if they moved to Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean.

British Virgin Islands - a must see for British Expats seeking tax havens abroad.
Caymen Islands - also for British Expats looking for a different view while seeking
tax havens abroad.

Anguilla - even more British tax havens for Expats to consider and explore.
Bermuda - This one being better than others.

Montserrat - Warning !! This island comes with its own exclusion zone when a
previously extinct volcano erupted in 1995 and buried half the island including
Plymouth, the capital of city of Montserrat under volcanic ash.
Suffice to say Montserrat is not for the faint hearted British Expat !!

Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands - Pitcairn being populated by the
descendants of Fletcher Christian and his merry band of mutineers from the 1789
Mutiny on the Bounty. In fact many of them still live in fear of The Royal Navy
to this day !!

Saint Helena - An idyllic island in the South Atlantic made famous as an early
retirement home for Napoleon Bonaparte, as a consolation prize for losing the
Battle of Waterloo back in 1815.

Saint Marie - If it's Death in Paradise that British Expats are looking for then
look no further than Saint Marie !!

Ascension Island - Great place for British Expat plane spotters, who will be spoiled
for choicem identifying varies types of RAF aircraft dropping in on the RAF base
on Ascension, while enroute to and from the Falklands.

Tristan da Cunha - This island is the British Overseas territories answer to The
Restaurant at the End of the Universe ( from Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy )
situated slap bang in the middle of the South Atlantic, with no airport and
no regular passenger ship or ferry service. You more or less disappear off the
face of the earth when you move to Tristan da Cunha !!
Making Tristan da Cunha the ultimate destination for British Expats who truely
want to get away from it all.

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands - South Georgia being famous as the
island that sparked the Falklands War, when Argentine scrap metal merchants
raised the Argentine flag over the island in 1982.

Turks and Caicos Islands - yes your right it's somewhere in the Caribbean.

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Old 13.02.2019, 08:38
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Here's a picture of British Expats freedom of movement rights after the UK
leaves the European Union

So where can we enjoy freedom of movement after Brexit ?

Well first of all there's the Common Travel Area countries, still available after Brexit
which includes:
The Irish Republic.
The Isle of Man
The Channel Islands - although with The CI this comes with a residency caveat.

The British Overseas territories - which is a must see for the intrepid explorer
Expats amongst us and includes:

Gibraltar - Also known as The Rock, was captured by Anglo-Dutch forces from Spain
in 1704, during the War of the Spanish Succession and ceded to Britain in perpetuity
under the Treaty of Ultrecht and has been a great place for British department
stores on the Spanish Peninsula for the past 50 to 80 years.

The Falkland Islands - loads of penguins and plenty of sheep to count for Expats
who are hardy enough move to over there, with Port Stanley's The Upland Goose Hotel
being the favourite pub of the Falklands War.

British Antarctic territory - suffice to say its cold outside down in the Antarctic !!

British Indian Ocean territory - which really means Diego Garcia, British Expats
could really boast that they are living on an island of immense strategic importance,
if they moved to Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean.

British Virgin Islands - a must see for British Expats seeking tax havens abroad.
Caymen Islands - also for British Expats looking for a different view while seeking
tax havens abroad.

Anguilla - even more British tax havens for Expats to consider and explore.
Bermuda - This one being better than others.

Montserrat - Warning !! This island comes with its own exclusion zone when a
previously extinct volcano erupted in 1995 and buried half the island including
Plymouth, the capital of city of Montserrat under volcanic ash.
Suffice to say Montserrat is not for the faint hearted British Expat !!

Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands - Pitcairn being populated by the
descendants of Fletcher Christian and his merry band of mutineers from the 1789
Mutiny on the Bounty. In fact many of them still live in fear of The Royal Navy
to this day !!

Saint Helena - An idyllic island in the South Atlantic made famous as an early
retirement home for Napoleon Bonaparte, as a consolation prize for losing the
Battle of Waterloo back in 1815.

Saint Marie - If it's Death in Paradise that British Expats are looking for then
look no further than Saint Marie !!

Ascension Island - Great place for British Expat plane spotters, who will be spoiled
for choicem identifying varies types of RAF aircraft dropping in on the RAF base
on Ascension, while enroute to and from the Falklands.

Tristan da Cunha - This island is the British Overseas territories answer to The
Restaurant at the End of the Universe ( from Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy )
situated slap bang in the middle of the South Atlantic, with no airport and
no regular passenger ship or ferry service. You more or less disappear off the
face of the earth when you move to Tristan da Cunha !!
Making Tristan da Cunha the ultimate destination for British Expats who truely
want to get away from it all.

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands - South Georgia being famous as the
island that sparked the Falklands War, when Argentine scrap metal merchants
raised the Argentine flag over the island in 1982.

Turks and Caicos Islands - yes your right it's somewhere in the Caribbean.
Nice text but it is not about freedom of movement. Check Article 13 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights for the definition of freedom of movement.
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Apocalyptic scare stories, insults and salty tears.

44 sleeps until Brexit. Glorious.
Perfect foil to the head-in-the-sand bitter little Englanders refusing to accept they’ll likely be worse off (unless they are living outside UK, obvs) with only their apparently ‘sovrin’ government to blame
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Don't feed the Troll Sandgrounder


You can see he is revelling in the chaos.

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Don't feed the Troll Sandgrounder

Shouldn't there be a comma in your post?
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Don't feed the Troll Sandgrounder


You can see he is revelling in the chaos.
I'm the troll?

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Negative VAT, marton, obviously. Loz's proposed -35% rate of VAT will see British consumers paid to Buy British.
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Good news Loz and FMF...

https://www.theguardian.com/society/...tern-countries

Maybe you could put it on the side of a Ferry circling the island to discourage the forrins?
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Sorry folks. Based upon new information, this is Loz's new car complete with steam power.

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Loz quoting the Guardian! Snowflake
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Tony Abbott! Ahahahahahaaaaahhaaaaaahaaaahaaaaaaaaaa!!!!

Ah, Loz, you're the gift that just keeps on giving. Thanks, mate!
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I'm the troll?
Yes, and we're the dumbfux who keep responding, giving you the benefit of the doubt.
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Meanwhile I'm loving The alternative Gov.Uk travel advice which under the Section Driving
in the EU/EEA from the 29th March 2019, says in the event of a no deal Brexit - then:

If on 29 March 2019, there's no EU Exit deal, you may need a 1926 IDP to drive in
Liechtenstein and in addition to this the Principality of Liechtenstein will require British
drivers to drive slowly through the Principality and always have a man with a Red Flag
walking in front of you, to warn other drivers there's a Non EU British driver on the road.


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Old 13.02.2019, 13:15
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Meanwhile I'm loving The alternative Gov.Uk travel advice which under the Section Driving
in the EU/EEA from the 29th March 2019, says in the event of a no deal Brexit - then:

If on 29 March 2019, there's no EU Exit deal, you may need a 1926 IDP to drive in
Liechtenstein and in addition to this the Principality of Liechtenstein will require British
drivers to drive slowly through the Principality and always have a man with a Red Flag
walking in front of you, to warn other drivers there's a Non EU British driver on the road.


Liechtenstein is not part of the EU.
But by all means, keep babbling. It's not that Brexit needs some serious thinking and planning anyway.
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Liechtenstein is not part of the EU.
But by all means, keep babbling. It's not that Brexit needs some serious thinking and planning anyway.
The post talks about Britain no longer being part of the EU and nothing about Liechtenstein's status !!
And yes the jokes & the ridicule just keeps on coming your way on Brexit as Britain continues making
a fool of themselves over Brexit without even trying.


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Why did you engage? Why do you think Odile is suggesting she is entitled? I daresay if nobody answered her, she would manage to live with it.

That's the point though, she is entitled to ask, and you are entitled to ignore...but you didn't.
I did not, but unsure if Odile was satisfied with the answer. As a mod making our own stats - questions void of snark (personal stuff or combativeness) usually get better outcome.

Somebody asked me today what will hapen to Ireland after Brexit. I honestly don't know but I am not worried about the Irish, really, they seem to take care of themselves pretty well.

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I'm the troll?
Selective vision, innit...

Thanks for offering different perspectives and generally being a good sport.
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Switzerland will introduce a quota system allowing Britons to come and work in the country in the event Britain crashes out of the European Union without an exit deal. Under the system 3,500 British citizens coming to Switzerland for the first time will be allowed to work, the Bern government said on Wednesday. The cap for residence permits will be set at 2,100, with an additional 1,400 short-stay permits allowed.
The quota, which will apply from March 30 to Dec. 31, is intended to replace the current Agreement of Free Movement of Persons between Switzerland and Britain which runs out March 30.
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Switzerland will introduce a quota system allowing Britons to come and work in the country in the event Britain crashes out of the European Union without an exit deal. Under the system 3,500 British citizens coming to Switzerland for the first time will be allowed to work, the Bern government said on Wednesday. The cap for residence permits will be set at 2,100, with an additional 1,400 short-stay permits allowed.
The quota, which will apply from March 30 to Dec. 31, is intended to replace the current Agreement of Free Movement of Persons between Switzerland and Britain which runs out March 30.
Which is quite a generous quota, so things are not that bad as they seemed.
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Switzerland will introduce a quota system allowing Britons to come and work in the country in the event Britain crashes out of the European Union without an exit deal. Under the system 3,500 British citizens coming to Switzerland for the first time will be allowed to work, the Bern government said on Wednesday. The cap for residence permits will be set at 2,100, with an additional 1,400 short-stay permits allowed.
The quota, which will apply from March 30 to Dec. 31, is intended to replace the current Agreement of Free Movement of Persons between Switzerland and Britain which runs out March 30.

here a link to the article: https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...19-02-130.html
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Somebody asked me today what will hapen to Ireland after Brexit. I honestly don't know but I am not worried about the Irish, really, they seem to take care of themselves pretty well.

You either understand the history, or you don't!
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