Bollocks to Brexit

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Dunckel wrote:
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Happy to see the back of Raab, I will miss the debate tonight as I am out, but I predict that everyone will round on Boris and he will get very slippery and slightly flustered.
I rather liked David Allen Green's tweet:

'Raab prorogued'
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Dunckel wrote:
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Happy to see the back of Raab, I will miss the debate tonight as I am out, but I predict that everyone will round on Boris and he will get very slippery and slightly flustered.
I'm trying to think of things I would enjoy less than watching that shower of bastards.

Nope.
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I'm trying to think of things I would enjoy less than watching that shower of bastards.

Nope.
I am fully resigned to the fact that as a country we have to watch as this lot screw everything up, and only when things are properly broken will sense return to politics and parts of the electorate. It won't be quick.
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ransos wrote:
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I'm trying to think of things I would enjoy less than watching that shower of bastards.

Nope.
There is a program about the river Thames presented by Tony Robinson.
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There is a program about the river Thames presented by Tony Robinson.
That would make me question my will to live for no longer than the duration of the programme.
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Let all the poison that lurks in the mud, hatch out
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Let all the poison that lurks in the mud, hatch out
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I am perversely enjoying the sight of a Tory complaining about cheating.
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You know things are bad when you hope that Jeremy Hunt will be the next PM
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Brexshit Party MEP whinges about commute:




This is the Brexshit Party MEP for the North West of England... who lives in Ipswich!
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Newsflash, working in Strasbourg involves, working in Strasbourg. If costing us money is his concern, He could save us money by moving closer to where he works.

Not a surprise that it’s a situation that he has control over, but wants to fix, by pulling us all out of the eu.
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Whiskeyjack wrote:
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Newsflash, working in Strasbourg involves, working in Strasbourg. If costing us money is his concern, He could save us money by moving closer to where he works.

Not a surprise that it’s a situation that he has control over, but wants to fix, by pulling us all out of the eu.
The simpler solution, since he doesn't want to be an MEP, would be to not go at all and to set up a DD for his salary to his favourite charity and to donate the travelling expenses I'm sure he's claiming too.
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Whiskeyjack wrote:
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Newsflash, working in Strasbourg involves, working in Strasbourg. If costing us money is his concern, He could save us money by moving closer to where he works.

Not a surprise that it’s a situation that he has control over, but wants to fix, by pulling us all out of the eu.
disclaimer: he is a prick, and his protest is nonsense

He can't move closer to his work, because his work involves representing his constituents so he needs to spend some time in his constituency, holding surgeries, and checking he is in touch with the communities. OK, no one does that, but they should.

Also, he would still need to be in Brussels half the time, and that's still a 4 hour commute from Strasbourg.
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Whiskeyjack wrote:
1 year ago
Newsflash, working in Strasbourg involves, working in Strasbourg. If costing us money is his concern, He could save us money by moving closer to where he works.

Not a surprise that it’s a situation that he has control over, but wants to fix, by pulling us all out of the eu.
disclaimer: he is a prick, and his protest is nonsense

He can't move closer to his work, because his work involves representing his constituents so he needs to spend some time in his constituency, holding surgeries, and checking he is in touch with the communities. OK, no one does that, but they should.

Also, he would still need to be in Brussels half the time, and that's still a 4 hour commute from Strasbourg.
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