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View Poll Results: What would you personally prefer to happen?
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 20.03.2019, 21:37
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May to address the nation tonight.

This sh!t is better than Netflix.
Sky interviewed Vince Cable when he came out of a cross party meeting with the PM this evening. Apparently, Corbyn chose to walk oit of the meeting because The Independent Group were there. Pathetic!
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Old 20.03.2019, 21:41
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Bugger. She's not resigning.
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Old 20.03.2019, 21:42
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How old are you?
Sun stopped its Page 3 "glamour" models four years ago
Still famous for them though.

Old enough/too old/ not old enough
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Old 20.03.2019, 21:46
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Sky interviewed Vince Cable when he came out of a cross party meeting with the PM this evening. Apparently, Corbyn chose to walk oit of the meeting because The Independent Group were there. Pathetic!
Yep, I heard that earlier. We are being failed on all sides.. he needs to go and take T. May with him.

Dominic Grieve is the MP of the day. He nailed it earlier in the HOC.

And tonight May says.. nothing.
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Old 20.03.2019, 21:52
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Sky interviewed Vince Cable when he came out of a cross party meeting with the PM this evening. Apparently, Corbyn chose to walk oit of the meeting because The Independent Group were there. Pathetic!
Hahahahahaha!

And people still think anything will get through parliament.
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Old 20.03.2019, 22:00
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He nailed it earlier in the HOC.

And tonight May says.. nothing.
I reckon Larry's nailed it
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Old 20.03.2019, 22:08
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

The guest speaker on CNN a little bit ago said May's little speech was misdirected, in that it didn't address anyone who can do anything (i.e. EU countries or MPs) and instead came across as saying to the British public "It's not my fault, it's those naughty kids in parliament!"
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Old 20.03.2019, 22:25
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The guest speaker on CNN a little bit ago said May's little speech was misdirected, in that it didn't address anyone who can do anything (i.e. EU countries or MPs) and instead came across as saying to the British public "It's not my fault, it's those naughty kids in parliament!"
Right. May told everyone that it wasn't her fault, it's the fault of all those dithering MPs -- they're to blame...

... and she needs the support of those dithering MPs that she just crapped on to pass her bad deal (at the third attempt).

Well done, that PM. Or is she sticking relentlessly to her corner-painting strategy?
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Old 20.03.2019, 22:27
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Right. May told everyone that it wasn't her fault, it's the fault of all those dithering MPs -- they're to blame...

... and she needs the support of those dithering MPs that she just crapped on to pass her bad deal (at the third attempt).

Well done, that PM. Or is she sticking relentlessly to her corner-painting strategy?
Is this an appropriate time to use the phrase "in for a penny, in for a pound"?
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Old 20.03.2019, 22:27
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Right. May told everyone that it wasn't her fault, it's the fault of all those dithering MPs -- they're to blame...

... and she needs the support of those dithering MPs that she just crapped on to pass her bad deal (at the third attempt).

Well done, that PM. Or is she sticking relentlessly to her corner-painting strategy?
She might do it though. The pressure is immense. Many will crack.
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Old 20.03.2019, 22:30
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Well done, that PM. Or is she sticking relentlessly to her corner-painting strategy?
Does this answer your question?

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Old 20.03.2019, 23:01
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Given the quality of most papers these days I can't even tell if you are sarcastic or not :P
Any sentence that combines the words English papers and trustworthy can only be sarcasm.
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Old 20.03.2019, 23:06
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Just asserting the right to bear arms
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Old 20.03.2019, 23:13
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Just asserting the right to bear bare arms
Time to buy a long sleeve shirt
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Old 20.03.2019, 23:28
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In other brexit related news...

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https://www.standard.co.uk/news/poli...-a4097041.html

...and the poor saps on Farage's 'march' still haven't seen him since Saturday. He did his LBC show on Monday, was spotted in a pub next door to the BBC yesterday, and he's on Peston tonight.
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Old 20.03.2019, 23:52
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In other brexit related news...

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/poli...-a4097041.html

...and the poor saps on Farage's 'march' still haven't seen him since Saturday. He did his LBC show on Monday, was spotted in a pub next door to the BBC yesterday, and he's on Peston tonight.
‘Quit while you’re behind’ - Crowdfunder launched to refund ‘cheated’ Brexit marchers.
Aim is to raise £2,000 to give each of the remaining 40 marchers their fifty quid back!

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How old are you?
Sun stopped its Page 3 "glamour" models four years ago
And shortly after that, the UK voted Yes on Brexit.

Don't you see the connexion?

Bring back the glamour girls and Brexit will be off the table
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And shortly after that, the UK voted Yes on Brexit.

Don't you see the connexion?

Bring back the glamour girls and Brexit will be off the table
This is what happens when you move the tits from page 3 to page 1.
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Sky interviewed Vince Cable when he came out of a cross party meeting with the PM this evening. Apparently, Corbyn chose to walk oit of the meeting because The Independent Group were there. Pathetic!
By all accounts the meeting was a complete waste of time, perhaps he’s psychic?
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Old 21.03.2019, 07:03
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By all accounts the meeting was a complete waste of time, perhaps he’s psychic?
Psychic maybe, unfit to be next PM definitely!
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