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  1. But you are so selective at chosing the quotes you decide to show, the greatest quote of all time "lets get Brexit done" has never had a look in.
  2. Your filofax must be getting quite full with nonsense quotes.
  3. New saying..... The grass is greener on the other side.
  4. The clue is in the title "the EU is damaging workers interests across europe, and these are the self same regulations that the EU wants us to sign up to, no way Pedro as Dell once said.
  5. Even Jeremy Corbyn sussed the EU out. twitter_20190808_114930.mp4
  6. Where has anyone said "they kick us out" that's correct, nobody did, it's something else you have made up. The big fat cash cow is going, it has found greener pastures for grazing.
  7. You keep telling yourself that Mavideol, one day you might even start to believe it.
  8. To suggest that the UK is a "free loader" is totally harebrained. We are the EUs largest customer, now should the EU wish to lose a customer of such then that is totally up to them. The EU has never been a club, the clubs that I have been affiliated to in the past have always had their members paying equal subscriptions and not paying their members for being in that club like the EU does to other countries.
  9. We are already out, this is what happens afterwards and if you think that it is not obvious that the EU doesn't want a deal, then you should seriously think again.
  10. There's nothing easier than just walking away, Mr Barnier has had his chance, he could not negotiate his way out of a brown paper bag. This is the man that will have the Eumainers digging deeper into their pockets. twitter_20200703_165209.mp4
  11. Unless you have the skills of Fred Dibna, I'd forget Nelson.
  12. "Because they can" well obviously they can't or else the UK would not be leaving your Jolly Boys Club, stand by for other departures too. However I am astounded by your knowledge of toys.
  13. I read it today that the 18 year old has been let off with a police caution on proviso he attends a meeting to discuss the future of all the statues in the city. What a joke the police have become, these vandals are now deciding on our future heritage.
  14. Nice to see you've managed to pull yourself away from your PlayStation, however the PlayStations 'EUs game of Golf 1973' has been superseded by 'World Cup Rugby,' the EU have changed the game without telling anyone, but would still like the game to be called EUs Game of Golf just for its marketing strategy.
  15. Mr Barnier is in no position to negotiate anything, everytime a proposal is mentioned he has to consult the other 27 states, it is time consuming and a waste of time. I once tried to buy a car with the same arrangement, everytime I asked for something the salesman would say "I will have to speak to my boss, after a while of this time wasting I just walked out, just the same as David Frost and his negotiators hopefully did. The EU are just wasting our time, it is all a charade, no give but all take. Au Revoir, bon chance.
  16. Talk about trying to flannel Andrew Neil, she was like a rabbit in the headlights of a car, but when all else fails "it was not on the ballot paper," now where have we heard that before.
  17. Well at midnight last night was the last time that the UK could have asked for an extension, good to see that Boris was true to his word and that option has now expired. But none of this couldn't have happened without the help of the remainers but I take no credit away from the Labour party as they were equally responsible for acheiving the will of the people. All it would have taken is for Labour and the few wet Tories to vote for Mays Brino deal and there is a chance we would have remained in the single market, of course that would have entailed having to adhere to the EUs freedom of movement. I know I will never get a true answer here, but I just wonder if the remainers and the Labour Party have any remorse about not voting for Mays deal, after all, it was pretty much like remaining anyway?
  18. I fully understand, you have to understand this could have been sorted 3 years ago. The remainers gave it their best shot and thought that they could prevent a democratic vote and stop Brexit, you gambled, you lost, time to take responsiblity.
  19. But the remainers have only themselves to blame, if they had not tried to be deceitful and block brexit we would all be living here in Thailand and a strong pound. You could even have settled for Mrs Mays Brino deal, but no, you put your trust in MPs like Hilary Benn and Dominic Grieve that tried to scupper Brexit all together and will not accept your part in a weak pound, no sympathy, you orchestrated it all.
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