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When Alexander Boris (man of the people) de Pfeffel Johnson, favorite to replace Theresa May stated he would not be held to any agreement with Labour, he surely knew that would scupper any chance of the PM

cutting a deal with Labour.

 

Perhaps that was his intent.

 

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On 5/15/2019 at 7:59 PM, sawadee1947 said:

Funny, funny, I like your jokes. 

However you are wrong. 

If 27 members are happy with the Club (no new rules were implemented) then No 28 needs glasses, or see a doctor or leave the Club paying for his membership up to the end of agreed membership 

Most of these 27 will be happy enough until they have to ante up.

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11 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

When Alexander Boris (man of the people) de Pfeffel Johnson, favorite to replace Theresa May stated he would not be held to any agreement with Labour, he surely knew that would scupper any chance of the PM

cutting a deal with Labour.

 

Perhaps that was his intent.

 

Perhaps.

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17 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

All questions you should have put to the fraudsters who lead the Leave campaign before you voted for Brexit.

 

All of the current mess was predicted by Remain, you’ll find it filed under ‘Project Fear’.

I bet you couldn't stand to read it. 

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9 hours ago, sawadee1947 said:

I'm surpised we have a clairvoyant on TV...... 😂😂😂😂

It's full of 'em. But no dark room and crystal ball needed for that prediction.

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6 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

It was no worse than what you usually post.

Just a copy of Redwood's letter - I can help if you didn't take it all in?

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10 minutes ago, nauseus said:

Just a copy of Redwood's letter - I can help if you didn't take it all in?

Thanks for your kind offer, but I don’t need help understanding what Redwood has to say or that what he observes is a direct result of Brexit failing to plan and planning to fail.

 

No part of the crock of Brexit surprises me.

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4 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Thanks for your kind offer, but I don’t need help understanding what Redwood has to say or that what he observes is a direct result of Brexit failing to plan and planning to fail.

 

No part of the crock of Brexit surprises me.

What he observes here are the main failings of the WA. These are due to weak negotiations of over 2 years, which are due to poor planning and ultimately due to poor or non-existent leadership. 

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3 minutes ago, nauseus said:

What he observes here are the main failings of the WA. These are due to weak negotiations of over 2 years, which are due to poor planning and ultimately due to poor or non-existent leadership. 

And to setting off chasing a pipe dream with zero planning and in complete denial that the U.K. has an extremely weak hand to play in the negotiations.

 

The crock of Brexit is exactly what it was always going to be.

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1 hour ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Thanks for your kind offer, but I don’t need help understanding what Redwood has to say or that what he observes is a direct result of Brexit failing to plan and planning to fail.

 

No part of the crock of Brexit surprises me.

The first time you've served that.....today 😑

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54 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

And to setting off chasing a pipe dream with zero planning and in complete denial that the U.K. has an extremely weak hand to play in the negotiations.

 

The crock of Brexit is exactly what it was always going to be.

Anyone following UK will duly take note.

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