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  1. Forum: News & Current Affairs POST: 21st August 2019, 17:20
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    Johnson's ideas are becoming increasingly bizarre. Now his "solution" to the Irish border question is for the Irish Republic to leave EU rules and align itself with the UK. That is about as likely as...

  2. Forum: News & Current Affairs POST: 21st August 2019, 17:15
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    Boris Johnson seized power, who elected him? My sig answers that question.

    Obviously a lot depends on who you consider to be "decent" people, or if you think I'm a decent person.

    I'm no fan of...

  3. Forum: Brexit Forum POST: 19th August 2019, 19:24
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    If you don't like your next door neighbours, you have the option of moving. A nation cannot do that. We have to live with the countries that are our neighbours. It is duly noted that you don't like...

  4. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 19th August 2019, 19:20
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    Kino/The Druid has always done that, it's just part of his style.

  5. Forum: Brexit Forum POST: 18th August 2019, 19:27
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    Yes, we have turned our backs on our closest neighbours. Ridiculous.

  6. Forum: News & Current Affairs POST: 18th August 2019, 19:24
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    We had a referendum in 1975 and the difference between the number of people voting Yes to Europe (including Mrs Thatcher BTW) and those voting No, was larger than the number of people voting No.
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  7. So you make it up as you go along ... glad we got that sorted out.

  8. So, no answer, then.

    Bob, you like to blind people with science by posting fancy graphs and stats which you probably don't understand yourself.

    Not for the first time, I have called your bluff.

  9. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 17th August 2019, 22:29
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    Great to hear that it went well ... obviously it wasn't pleasant ... but if you can see better now, that's worth it.

  10. Forum: News & Current Affairs POST: 17th August 2019, 22:25
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    You're looking forward to being jobless, homeless and hungry.

    Well, I suppose it takes all sorts.

  11. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 17th August 2019, 11:06
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    I wouldn't like working in an abattoir, but I am not vegetarian so provided it met acceptable humanitarian standards, I would do it.

    Many years ago I knew a guy who did work in an abattoir. He was...

  12. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 17th August 2019, 11:03
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    Hope it goes well, Dordie.

  13. Forum: News & Current Affairs POST: 17th August 2019, 10:55
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    Well that's par for the Rightard course. On this forum it was alleged that Corbyn told lies in the last election. When I challenged anyone to give an example, nobody was actually able to come up with...

  14. What exactly do these figures prove, Bob? Why not talk me through them.

  15. Forum: News & Current Affairs POST: 17th August 2019, 10:47
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    It's looking increasingly unlikely that Corbyn will be able to put together the numbers to win a vote of no confidence. The basic problem is, if he wins, who will become PM? Corbyn says he wants to...

  16. Brexiteers make me laugh. They think that a country of 60 million with declining importance in the world, will have be able to push around a trading bloc of 400 million. And when we strike a trade...

  17. Forum: Brexit Forum POST: 17th August 2019, 10:37
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    Same old LP - kick the player, not the ball.

  18. Forum: Brexit Forum POST: 17th August 2019, 10:36
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    Well let's not forget that only 52% voted for Brexit. So the mandate for Brexit is not a strong one in the first place. And the Leave campaign said that a deal with the EU would be "the easiest thing...

  19. Forum: Brexit Forum POST: 16th August 2019, 19:54
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    But getting back the OP, Labour are NOT "forcing" No Deal.

    Anyone who has read my posts on this forum will know that I am not Jeremy Corbyn's Number One fan. I resigned from the Labour Party...

  20. Forum: Brexit Forum POST: 16th August 2019, 19:45
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    Who are "they"?
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