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Would you like a biscuit? Well now..grouse the groomer?

A rather unpleasantly worded contribution.
 
I had hoped for a little more courtesy this new year. Sadly, that is clearly not to be. However, and in line with my resolution, I will not be unkind to you.
 
Would you like a biscuit?


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25 minutes ago, vinny41 said:

 Can you provide any links to support your claims

Thats strange has it writes for the Guardian 

https://www.theguardian.com/profile/matthew-goodwin

and some details here

Matthew is an outward-facing researcher who shares the view that social science should be as much about contributing to wider society as to the social sciences. He frequently appears in broadcast and print media and has engaged with more than 200 non-academic organizations, from the European Parliament and U.S. State Department to the Prime Minister’s Office and Deutsche Bank.

https://www.kent.ac.uk/politics/staff/canterbury/goodwin.html

Maybe he doesn't like scotch whisky

What other kind of whisky is there?

 

The boy is a cynic. His views are whatever pays most.

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55 minutes ago, tebee said:

To my mind the worst thing about Brexit is the way it has split the country.

 

People on both sides name calling the other is only going to make that rift deeper.

 

The country is going to spend the next generation arguing about this and who is/was right you realize?

 

No matter which side prevails.

 

Nothing of any importance will get done for a generation. 

 

It's condemned Britain to impotence.

 

I just hope it's a gentle decline. 

And probably put the blame on each other for long time. In case of soft Brexit the remainers will put the blame on the leavers for leaving, and the leavers on the remainers for not having supported a hard Brexit. In case of hard Brexit, the remainers will put the blame on the leavers too, and the leavers will probably find a way to put the blame on anyone else as it is the essence of the Brexit dynamics.

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21 minutes ago, vinny41 said:

I assume thats a NO then you can't provided any links to support your posts

Typical remainer doesn't provide any evidence to support their posts but always ask leavers to provide evidence to backup their posts

No. Not at all. You must surely know that I post links ad nauseum.

 

"Europe's emergent right wing is not all violent, and it should be taken seriously, says the author of "New British Fascism""

 

Do you read TheEconomist?

 

"As Goodwin notes: "There exists in British politics a sizeable amount of latent support for the extreme right which is far greater than is apparent at the polls. Put simply, extreme right parties in Britain have consistently failed to realise their potential.""

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1 hour ago, SupermarineS6B said:

Crap, the exchange rate's been low well before Brexit was even mentioned......

On January 1st 2016 the GBP forex rate was 53.475 thb and went to 49.5 ish in mid March then up to 52 ish in May and just after the election it dropped to about 46.5 by the end of June. By October it was down to 42.6. It rallied a but but by year end it was 44 thb.

 

I have given you a link. How about you provide a link to back your words up.

 

http://fxtop.com/en/historical-exchange-rates.php?A=1&C1=GBP&C2=THB&DD1=01&MM1=01&YYYY1=2016&B=1&P=&I=1&DD2=31&MM2=12&YYYY2=2016&btnOK=Go!

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25 minutes ago, vinny41 said:

I assume thats a NO then you can't provided any links to support your posts

Typical remainer doesn't provide any evidence to support their posts but always ask leavers to provide evidence to backup their posts

Typical Brexiter generalization about remainers. It's really stupid to do that kind of thing. Yes, I know that my comment comes falls under that rubric, too. The difference is that I know it's stupid. As for you...

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5 minutes ago, bristolboy said:

Typical Brexiter generalization about remainers. It's really stupid to do that kind of thing. Yes, I know that my comment comes falls under that rubric, too. The difference is that I know it's stupid. As for you...

And still no supporting links from anyone on the remainers side 

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1 hour ago, Grouse said:

Ah, the Winter King!

 

Not only did he win Bosworth, he back dated the victory by one day so that all the followers of Richard of York automatically became traitors!

 

Of course in those days, nobody gave a damn what peasants had to say. The good old days! 

I would like to see you repeat that in Paris

surrounded with yellow vests, maybe not so

cocky eh.

Your attitude is what is wrong with society.

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2 minutes ago, vinny41 said:

And still no supporting links from anyone on the remainers side 

I didn't know that remainers have the collective responsibility to support every statement made by one individual remainer. Could you provide me chapter and verse of the official remainer handbook that stipulates this?

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Just now, bristolboy said:

I didn't know that remainers have the collective responsibility to support every statement made by one individual remainer. Could you provide me chapter and verse of the official remainer handbook that stipulates this?

Its okay we can assume as the individual remainer is unable to provide any evidence to support his posts it was just made up or Fake news 

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