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Exactly....... I knew you would understand.
 
 
£350m ?  £250m ? is irrelevant, it is the principle. I have not yet met anyone who would change their vote because of wording on a bus slogan.
Valient attempt to Kick It Into The Long Grass.

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27 minutes ago, transam said:

The speaker is stitching folk up because he is out of there in a few days...He should be called to book....Now who controls him...?

Moves are afoot there trans via a private prosecution currently being drafted.

Of course MSM won't be touching it & they'll encounter more obstacles than Aintree but I am nonetheless pleased that as soon as he is dethroned Bercow is in for the ride he so richly deserves.

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58 minutes ago, evadgib said:

Moves are afoot there trans via a private prosecution currently being drafted.

Of course MSM won't be touching it & they'll encounter more obstacles than Aintree but I am nonetheless pleased that as soon as he is dethroned Bercow is in for the ride he so richly deserves.

Not another of these ‘Private’ litigations you are so fond but that never go anywhere?

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5 hours ago, evadgib said:

You're making me all nostalgic, trans 😎

 

What EU Commissioners are made of.

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5 hours ago, tebee said:

I liked Neil - he could quite happily take the <deleted> out of himself. Saw him do just that in the "red Review" at Brighton Pavilion back in '89 

Just CYA cos he made so many kokups. A real winner there.

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3 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Not another of these ‘Private’ litigations you are so fond but that never go anywhere?

But this method seems to be a favourite of remainers? Someone else's turn.

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3 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Not another of these ‘Private’ litigations you are so fond but that never go anywhere?

Chess is somewhat easier without wearing boxing gloves.

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38 minutes ago, nauseus said:

But this method seems to be a favourite of remainers? Someone else's turn.

Remainer vitriol has substantially increased the numbers signing up and donating ....

Image result for british recruiting office

 

The best we can hope is they keep it up :clap2:

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1 hour ago, transam said:

Another really daft post....

Get a grip man, we are very sorry you are a smarting remainer, try to stop sobbing, 😔 enjoy any hobbies you have, the pain will soon pass.....😘

Not sobbing at all, and hard at work.

I'm just waiting for the first post in which a brexiteer admits they have made a mess of things, in stead of keep on blaming remainers. First the EU was to blame for all, then May and the EU, and now parliament and the EU Please.

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