Bollocks to Brexit

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Post by JohnToo » 1 month ago

But a senior Conservative source said Mr Farage was "not a fit and proper person" and "should never be allowed anywhere near government".
Surely a misprint for "Mr Johnson"?
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Post by LowlifeDes » 1 month ago

JohnToo wrote:
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Surely a misprint for "Mr Johnson"?
One at a time
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Post by Dunckel » 1 month ago

I didn't know Angry Kid was still going, this amused me.

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That makes sense. It is worth remembering that Boris backed leave in the sure knowledge that he would lose the referendum and he got to play the plucky fighter on the side of the common man. Playing to lose is one side of game theory and it does look like he is setting up the same play. No deal, I did my best but those big bullies wouldn't cooperate. He and his cronies take the money and he deflects the blame, ready to come back again when his nation needs him
It appears David Cameron agrees with me.

Cameron has definitely been sharpening the knives and waiting for the right time to get revenge. Most amusing.
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Dunckel wrote:
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It appears David Cameron agrees with me.

Cameron has definitely been sharpening the knives and waiting for the right time to get revenge. Most amusing.
I’m not sure that is something to boast about...

...although I’m sure we’re all dying to hear your views on pigs heads.
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Post by Joan » 4 weeks ago

I want to get a dog and teach it to bark on the command "Lie to the Queen".

(By rights it should be called boris, but I wouldn't do that to a poor defenceless beastie. Oh, unless I got two and called the other one Natasha)
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Post by Dunckel » 3 weeks ago

From twitter.
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Post by Joan » 3 weeks ago

Thanks @Dunckel, hearty laughs ensued.

The only thing I would add to that is when he came to order his chicken, they opened with "You don't want fish, right?"
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Post by Mister Paul » 3 weeks ago

I would be over the moon about this, but I don't think Boris is capable of now doing the right thing.
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Post by Joan » 3 weeks ago

It's depressing. We are ruled by people without morals and without honour. The will lie and cheat and feel no shame.

Trump has practically admitted to treason in the US, and no one seems to even care.
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Post by Greg » 3 weeks ago

Considering he's only just heard the news, Corbyn nails it...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-poli ... type=share
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Post by Joan » 3 weeks ago

Greg wrote:
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Considering he's only just heard the news, Corbyn nails it...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-poli ... type=share
Well, there were only two possible outcomes, and it was coming this week; I'm guessing he had two speeches locked and loaded.

But yes, he gets it.

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Unanimous. Apparently that surprised commentators, but it doesn't seem surprising to me, reviewing the judgement. Apparently the Government put forward no real arguments, meanwhile I watch hypnotically for a few minutes the painstaking work of the plaintiff's side "I refer now to folio 15, tab 8 where it says..."

Well, rule of law or constitutional crisis? I hope the former, I lived through the latter when I was young, and it was scary.
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Post by Dunckel » 3 weeks ago

Well this is all very interesting. Anybody who claims they know what happens next is lying. Let the fun begin.
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