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3 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Liar who’s lies and being caught out lying are a matter of public record says he’s not a liar.

 

Learn from the past.

 

As somebody with a close up

personal view of a lying and philandering politician once said.

 

Well he would say that, wouldn’t he’.

 

 

Thank you. My day has been made better by imagining what a "Close up and personal view" of Mandy Rice Davies, back in the day, would be, Michael Portillo doesn't bear thinking about! My parents named their dog Mandy in her honour.

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Just now, Nigel Garvie said:

Thank you. My day has been made better by imagining what a "Close up and personal view" of Mandy Rice Davies, back in the day, would be, Michael Portillo doesn't bear thinking about! My parents named their dog Mandy in her honour.

Our family had a dinghy named "Sabrina" in honour of a generous endowment

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18 hours ago, bristolboy said:

After all, the UK doesn't need needs unimpeded supply chains and unhindered access to European financial markets.

Even for all their waste... they can dump it in the north of England instead of to export it to the EU for recycling and for the rest: burn it into energy.

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2 hours ago, rhyddid said:

Now it Macron that made BS BJ place the foot there ? 
Brexit minds do not know what else excuse to find to support such man.

The true is that from the 31st October we will be in hands of such man who does not even how to seat properly, image how he will manage UK   !
 

But better written English than you I wager.....

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8 hours ago, bannork said:

Johnson behaving like the lout he is.

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With this showing, he has manners of an Eton boy = the world is mine, even inside your house...

Try this in Thailand, and they throw you out.

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46 minutes ago, nauseus said:

If you have witnessed the orange juice factory democracy of the European Parliament in action, you will know how laws are "passed". It's a total joke.

 

"Project Fear" is owned and practiced by remainers. You can keep that tag.

 

EU law is all arrived at democratically but only via the EU's interpretation of that word, "democratic". Several laws from treaties and other directives and regulations are not good for the UK or many British people. You can start with the CFP, CAP and EU forced minimums on VAT rates. 

 

But the important thing that few discuss here is The Lisbon Treaty, which will have full effect from next year and has changes in a number of policy regimes from ones that need unanimity (possible single state veto rejection), to even more qualified majority voting (QMV), which will mean more chance of the UK having to accept laws that are not in the national interest.

 

The Lisbon Treaty, along with the Maastricht Treaty, should have both been approved by referenda, with possible EU exit points for the UK, in or before both 1992 and 2007. Blair blathered on about one before Brown put his scrawl onto the Lisbon Treaty - but no referendum in advance, of course!

 

The Lisbon Treaty should be better examined by everyone. 

The EU Parliament is elected on a PR basis, so for example 35% of the vote would get you 35% of the seats, that is far more democratic than the UK system where 35% of the vote can get you 55% or more of the seats, how anyone could pretend otherwise is beyond me.

 

I have studied the Lisbon Treaty, which makes it very easy to recognise the "project fear" false accounts of it that Quitters are so keen to share. The treaty is about improving democracy and transparency above all else.

 

I'm not sure what relevance your point about the "minimum" VAT rate is, as the UK government has always set rates above the minimum level so can you explain how that has hurt you? 

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3 minutes ago, puipuitom said:

With this showing, he has manners of an Eton boy = the world is mine, even inside your house...

Try this in Thailand, and they throw you out.

He ain't in LOS and he is showing he don't give a sh_t about the F & G's...

 

Hooraaaa....:clap2:

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16 hours ago, Loiner said:


It’s getting better by the day for us Brits.

Yes, especially the British pound. Tried to crawl up from the ditch, but is sinking again..

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8 hours ago, Victornoir said:

At least he's funny. Note that Macron laughs well too.

What Macron can do? Throw him out of the Elysee ? 

There is some behaviour you do not do as guest, especially not when you visit a place the first time.. But a baboon like Boris…..

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A couple of off topic posts removed. Please try to stay off the subject of ditches. :wacko:

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51 minutes ago, transam said:

He ain't in LOS and he is showing he don't give a sh_t about the F & G's...

 

Hooraaaa....:clap2:

You're right BoJo has already done worse, and Macron does'nt care ( see the smile on, his face). 

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1 minute ago, Opl said:

You're right BoJo has already done worse, and Macron does'nt care ( see the smile on, his face). 

There's a smile on everyone's face, even mine....😊

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1 hour ago, puipuitom said:

Even for all their waste... they can dump it in the north of England instead of to export it to the EU for recycling and for the rest: burn it into energy.

Britain’s EU rubbish – POLITICO

https://www.politico.eu/article/after-brexit-uk-will-have-to-take-out-the-trash

15-8-2019 · A hard Brexit could turn into a stinking problem for the British ... U.K.'s waste exports to the EU, ... not everyone agrees with Suez's grim Brexit ...

 

Lords question Brexit’s effect on UK waste trade ...

https://resource.co/article/lords-question-brexit-s-effect-uk-waste-trade-12360

23-1-2018 · Lords question Brexit’s effect on UK waste ... the potential impact of Brexit on the UK’s export of waste, ... after we lose EU legal ...

 

No-deal Brexit 'will see more waste going to landfill ...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-49440290

23-8-2019 · Local councils and firms say exports of waste ... Currently three million tonnes of UK domestic waste is exported to the EU ... even after Brexit.

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48 minutes ago, Opl said:

You're right BoJo has already done worse, and Macron does'nt care ( see the smile on, his face). 

Maybe that smile is because everybody on the world can see, what a baboon this British PM is...

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