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5 hours ago, billd766 said:

Yes, I sadly agree with you.

 

I am one of the losers who contributed and when I needed help from the welfare state, i was right at the back of the welfare queue,

 

What really annoys me is that my state pension is frozen, but I am still paying income tax so I am effectively subsidising in part, my own state pension.

Life's a bitch and then you marry one beach, then you die.

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And it comes as no suprise to anyone that the EU agreed a deal at the last minute, despite their previous declarations about the impossibility of any deviation from the EU/May deal.

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29 minutes ago, el torro said:

And it comes as no suprise to anyone that the EU agreed a deal at the last minute, despite their previous declarations about the impossibility of any deviation from the EU/May deal.

No, that is not what the EU said.

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6 hours ago, DannyCarlton said:

I don't think farage and the brexit party have any say in the matter as they don't have any MPs.

 

He should stop running off at the mouth and leave this to the adults.

 

Also the autor of the latest of your many tweets is a Fox news presenter. Hardly a reliable unbiased scource.

How about GMB?

 

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23 hours ago, Rookiescot said:

What democracy?

People voted to leave based on what the leave campaign was telling them. They said we would remain in the single market. Be just like Norway they said.

No a deal or no deal Brexit is what is being forced upon the UK by some Brexit fundamentalists within the Conservative party.

Thats not democracy. Thats having a referendum result hijacked by an extremist group.

It's a well known fact a lot of remainers wanted to leave but their bottles went because of the lies told by project fear and a leaflet costing over 9 million pounds of taxpayers money shoved through the letterbox of every household in the uk,however good triumphed over evil and brexi t won.

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58 minutes ago, el torro said:

And it comes as no suprise to anyone that the EU agreed a deal at the last minute, despite their previous declarations about the impossibility of any deviation from the EU/May deal.

Deal?don,t you mean a surrender treaty? A big thank you to Gina miller,Benn and all the other remainers who have made this fiasco possible.

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29 minutes ago, evadgib said:

How about GMB?

Nope, sorry, it still features farage, a man with no dog in the game as his party has zero MPs, has never achieved anything and comes across as a headless wind bag who's big on rhetoric and severly lacking in facts. Why would anyone respect his opinions? A bit like some amateur footballer doing the post match analysis on Match of the Day.

 

 

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13 minutes ago, kingdong said:

Deal?don,t you mean a surrender treaty? A big thank you to Gina miller,Benn and all the other remainers who have made this fiasco possible.

Don't forget to thank BJ, it was him and his mates that twice crashed May's deal, only to come back months later with somethingt even worse.

 

Come back Theresa all is forgiven.

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10 minutes ago, DannyCarlton said:

Nope, sorry, it still features farage, a man with no dog in the game as his party has zero MPs, has never achieved anything and comes across as a headless wind bag who's big on rhetoric and severlylacking in facts. Why would anyone respecxt his opinions? A bit like some amateur footballer doing the post match analysis on Match of the Day.

Farage has never been my favourite politician but a lot of people do respect many of his opinions because they agree with him.

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19 minutes ago, kingdong said:

Deal?don,t you mean a surrender treaty? A big thank you to Gina miller,Benn and all the other remainers who have made this fiasco possible.

I've a bad head cold, and so can't think or remember all the 'in and outs' clearly.

 

To look on the bright side, at least the EU/Boris agreement means the UK (apart from N. Ireland, who voted to remain) will leave at the end of 2020?

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8 minutes ago, DannyCarlton said:

Don't forget to thank BJ, it was him and his mates that twice crashed May's deal, only to come back months later with somethingt even worse.

 

Come back Theresa all is forgiven.

Precisely how is the EU/Boris deal worse than the EU/May deal?

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20 hours ago, billd766 said:

Yes, I sadly agree with you.

 

I am one of the losers who contributed and when I needed help from the welfare state, i was right at the back of the welfare queue,

 

What really annoys me is that my state pension is frozen, but I am still paying income tax so I am effectively subsidising in part, my own state pension.

Know what you mean Bill, I also got let down by the so called welfare state. I missed the training course on how to apply for benefits, and succeed, must have spent too much time working.

As for frozen pensions and income tax, where is Gina Miller when you really need her, it is nothing more than legalised theft.

We could have been uprated and backdated with what has been wasted on brexit.

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When exactly is the uncertainty supposed to end? The other day someone tried to predict it couldn't drag on unpredictably.

 

Comment by John Baron, going to vote for the deal in the hope it becomes no-deal.

“If the trade talks are no successful after we hopefully agree the deal tomorrow here, if those trade talks are not successful up to December 2020 … then we could leave on no-deal terms.”

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/boris-johnson-news-live-latest-today-brexit-news-deal-labour-a9160981.html?page=2

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