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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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"A 10% difference in interest rates means your money would double in 7 years." So what? The vast majority of people have debts not savings!
Then it would have been better to hold that debt in £ & not CHF, inflate your debt away.
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Old 13.04.2019, 14:38
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A pure genius piece of trolling from Led By Donkeys who are publicising this new website at Farage's launch of his new 'The Brexit Party'

https://thebrexitparty.com/

Nigel doesn’t do administrative technicalities well. First thing you do when naming a new party is check the domain options.

On the other side, I see Change UK have received legal letters from Change.org
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And there's more fun.. the Dolphin party have decided to give him a helping hand.

http://thebrexitparty.eu/wordpress/
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And there's more fun.. the Dolphin party have decided to give him a helping hand.

http://thebrexitparty.eu/wordpress/
That I have more sympathy with - it’s unrealistic to get every combination of brexitparty and thebrexitparty, but .com should have been a deal-breaker for the name...

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We also need a stopanalysingsh!t.com/.eu, whichever. This is Farage and as someone said last week, he's all fur coat and no knickers.

If he was handed any responsibility, he'd run a mile and then keel over.
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Old 13.04.2019, 16:05
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...as someone said last week, he's all fur coat and no knickers.
That phrase always makes me think of Bet Lynch.

I simply can't wait to see what he meant by "No more Mr Nice Guy".
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That phrase always makes me think of Bet Lynch.

I simply can't wait to see what he meant by "No more Mr Nice Guy".
I’ve seen Nigel angry up close. Not a pretty sight, I can assure you!
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Eeewww! I'd have to scrub myself down with a wire brush and Dettol if I encountered that slobberchops.
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Eeewww! I'd have to scrub myself down with a wire brush and Dettol if I encountered that slobberchops.
Actually, he’s usually charming, but if he doesn’t get his way...
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Snake oil merchants usually are. Have you ever seen 'American Psycho'? It's all about the vellum
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A pure genius piece of trolling from Led By Donkeys who are publicising this new website at Farage's launch of his new 'The Brexit Party'

https://thebrexitparty.com/

The biggest laugh was that Farage launched his new party in Coventry which suggests to me
that the Leavers had sent him to Coventry following all the 'pie in the sky' promises over Brexit !!

Finally as for a so called Brexit revolt over Britain not leaving the UK as planned on Friday
the 29th March; that turned into nothing but a damp squid, as what protests are really
gripping London this week - non other than the Climate change protests called The Extinction
Rebellion, that's what !!

So the Brexiteers are even incapable of putting on a decent protest these days !!

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The climate changers are starting to be challenged by the courts:

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2019/04/...ridd-wins-big/
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that turned into nothing but a damp squid,

Hahaha!


1 minute in for the squid bit.
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The climate changers are starting to be challenged by the courts:

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2019/04/...ridd-wins-big/
<<Peter’s court case has enormous implications for the international debate about climate change, and for the ongoing crisis surrounding freedom of speech. >>

The freedom of speech, more likely. And good on them!


I would worry if scientists were replaced by judges.
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US politicians and Brexiteers clash on ‘concocted Border issue’

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The meeting was part of their mission to the UK and Ireland this week to stress that there was no chance of a US-UK trade deal if Brexit damaged the Northern Irish peace process.
I guess that is another one of those easy trade deals...
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Well with Parliament on holiday for Easter - it's time to fill the void with one of those
classic British nursery rhymes for Brexit.

Oh the Grand Old Theresa May she had 10,0000 men, she marched them up to the
top of the hill and she marched them down again and when we were OUT,
we were OUT and when were IN we were IN, and when she asked for another
extension we were neither IN or OUT !!

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Theresa May she had 10,0000 men, she marched them up to the
top of the hill and she marched them down again and when we were OUT,
we were OUT and when were IN we were IN, and when she asked for another
extension we were neither IN or OUT !!
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TweedleBatten and TweedleFarage
Agreed to have a battle;
For TweedleBatten said TweedleFarage
Had spoiled his nice new rattle.
Just then flew down a corvinous corbyn,
As red as a poisoned apple;
Which frightened both the heroes so,
They quite forgot their quarrel.
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1000 pages of Brexit!
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It would be interesting to know the poster statistics on this thread.
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It would be interesting to know the poster statistics on this thread.
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