Bollocks to Brexit

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Post by Rutabaga » 1 month ago

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I have been enjoying a ripe Stinking Bishop.
That's one thing Brexit won't put a stop to, I suppose.
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Rutabaga wrote:
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That's one thing Brexit won't put a stop to, I suppose.
Ermmm... I think I might have posted that in the wrong thread.
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Ermmm... I think I might have posted that in the wrong thread.
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I thought it was a subtle political joke that went completely over my head!
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Post by Sonic Budgie » 1 month ago

I thought it was a perfectly acceptable and understandable response to the current shitshow. What an utterly depressing state of affairs, if I think about it too much I'm sure I'd cry.
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Post by Greg » 1 month ago

You know we're fecked when even Theresa May is making speeches warning against domestic populism :(

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You know we're fecked when even Theresa May is making speeches warning against domestic populism :(

She's going to revoke A50, it'll be her legacy. I'll admit she had me fooled but she's going to do it on her last day.
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I reckon the queen will do it, when parliament gets shut down to stop them doing it.
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Post by Rutabaga » 1 month ago

Sovereignty at last.
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Anyone marching tomorrow?
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Anyone marching tomorrow?
Which march is this?
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Which march is this?
I only just heard about, but I am clueless so assumed everyone else knew.

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Post by Sonic Budgie » 1 month ago

I wont be. There was supposed to be one in October that I was going to try to get to. I don't think this one has been very long in the planning, I think, although I hope to be wrong of course, that it may not be very well atttended, which wont be a good advert. They have a Boris blimp.
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And a Farage puppet.
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Post by ransos » 1 month ago

He was playing at the Extinction Rebellion protest in Bristol the other day. The subsequent council meeting was enlivened by young men and women stripping off, "Act Now" emblazoned across their bare chests.
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ransos wrote:
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He was playing at the Extinction Rebellion protest in Bristol the other day. The subsequent council meeting was enlivened by young men and women stripping off, "Act Now" emblazoned across their bare chests.
Nigel would have loved that, but what was he doing at Extinction Rebellion in the first place?

Aside: I hope the remoaners keep their shirts buttoned.
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