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  1. 1 hour ago, ricardo said:

    They can't avoid the people forever VW.

    But they are having a good try😀

    Are you on about Boris and the tories? 2nd ref will only go one way. Let’s hope they can’t avoid the people forever 


  2. 13 hours ago, SwindonCanary said:

    QUESTION - Why is it that labour are saying that this deal is recognised as worse than any deal negotiated by Theresa May.

    Because the governments own figures say it will be significantly more damaging to the economy (135 billion worth of damage rather than 45 billion), and it is substantitally weaker in key areas that the Tories traditionally don't like, that Labour had put in their pillars - human rights, employment rights and environmental protection.


  3. 3 hours ago, KiwiScot said:

    Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has escaped significant ligament damage when he dislocated his right kneecap and expects to be back in around a months time.

    Good news. I really like the dude as a player, but comes across as a decent guy too


  4. 10 hours ago, CaptCanary said:

    I think Sheff Utd's game prior to playing us has been moved to the Thursday by Amazon, so they can't play Thursday then Saturday.

    That’s my understanding too. Hoping to come over to Norwich for this one so hopefully we’ll be able to snag tickets when they come up. Annoying that it’s now Sunday but earlier kick off at least means getting home more reasonably

     


  5. 8 hours ago, SwindonCanary said:

    Every one repeating a post from a while ago, I only wish I had the knowledge to go back and get some remainers posts !

    It’s a one month old tweet that you reposted 20 hours before I quoted. Hardly digging it up. All of it was nonsense a month ago so hard to see what you’re whining about Swindo, it’s not like it’s been disproven by brand new evidence.


  6. 20 hours ago, How I Wrote Elastic Man said:

    SwindonCanary

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    The Remainers will do anything to scupper Brexit and it is clear from Boris's recent trip to Luxembourg that we are best off out of that globalist cabal.

    What the Remainers do not understand, beyond idiot slogans like the 'People's Vote,' is that EU will do away with the monarchy.  Do away with our currency and merge our armed forces into the EU's army.  Finally, because our armed forces would be under the control of Brussels, the EU would also take control of our nukes.  Guess who would have their finger on the button?  The most powerful country in the EU i.e. Germany.

    All this and not a single shot fired.  We prevailed in WWI and WWII the Remainers are determined to give it all away

     

    Nonsense about the army. Scaremongering for the terminally dim so not surprising you've bought into it. The Euro has been going for 20 years now - can you confirm if we've been forced to get rid of our currency thus far? If the answer is no, then clearly that is also nonsense too.

    As for the monarchy - that increases my desire to remain even further. Useless parasites with no place in modern society. I'd be delighted if the Eu got rid of those cretins.


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    In case there's anyone still arguing what Juncker said or meant or has authority to say or whatever, a EUCO source who was in the room said the leaders' "draft is silent about a extension, it's too soon. If it's voted down on Saturday we're in a different situation."

    8:14 AM - 17 Oct 2019

  8. Brexwits whining about how much the EU costs us. Now they're championing Boris' deal which would cost £130 billion in growth over the next 15 years according to the government's own figures. Brilliant work. You couldn't make up how thick this lot are.

    Theresa May's deal for comparitive purposes would have cost about £45billion in growth over the same period.

    Be very surprised if this is voted through without a referendum being attached anyway.

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  9. 2 minutes ago, Herman said:

    A bit hypocritical don't you think?? 

    Plus obviously pretty stupid as there’s an obvious lack of understanding that this isn’t just about the billions of bribes, it is a perpetual annual cost of 9billion in addition to the bribes, simply to keep NI afloat as their economy is so weak.


  10. 9 billion a year to subsidise Northern Ireland and their two million people who have the biggest share of taxpayer funds in the UK PLUS having to frequently bribe them with additional billions. 8 billion a year to stay in. No offence to any NI canaries but Northern Ireland is simply not cost effective and far less beneficial than the eu.


  11. 2 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

    I DON'T REPLY TO SOME WHO CAN'T BE BOTHERED TO WRITE A FULL NAME

    He says replying to someone who can't be bothered to write a full name.

    You can't be bothered to educate yourself on Brexit, so why should anyone be bothered to call you by your full name?

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  12. 3 minutes ago, Bill said:

    and will be rejected by parliament 😂

    that's why both sides know they can say whatever they think will avoid them facing any blame accusations

    and dimwits like you are still fooled

    I think we've broken him Bill - he can't even parrot idiotic tropes from others now, he just keeps repeating his own name.


  13. Just now, SwindonCanary said:

    Bad news for forgetful Bill. 

    Hopes are growing that a potential Brexit deal is on the verge of being announced after it was claimed the Northern Ireland consent issue has been resolved by EU and UK negotiators.

    The claim was made just after 6pm Irish time and as the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier began a private briefing with EU member state ambassadors in Brussels.

    After days of talks which dragged on into this evening despite initial plans for them to end by this morning, it was widely suggested a form of a deal which could be put to the EU leaders summit on Thursday and Friday has finally been agreed.

    How many billions in bribes to the DUP terrorists do you reckon this has cost Swindo?

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  14. So Northern Ireland subsidies due to their **** poor economy costs more than Eu membership for the UK. If the Brexwits are that bothered about saving all that money we give to the EU, couldn't we compromise on staying in the EU and sacking Arlene and her band of merry terrorists off and getting rid of NI out of the UK? The EU has far more benefits than having Northern Ireland attached to us.

    Just a thought.


  15. 1 hour ago, keelansgrandad said:

    Of course there will be evidence that climate change is not solely man made and that may well be true. But denying any change is futile.So why not just try and do your bit towards helping the Earth. Just saying it is OK because it isn't man made is absolute nonsense and stupid.

    The world has natural climate cycles. That is known. The issue is the rate of change is unsustainable for the world's ecosystems to adapt, and the rate of change is directly linked to human activity. Denying that we are accelerating the climate change beyond all recognition and way outside normal parameters of change is what is futile and idiotic. 

    Image result for climate change over time graph


  16. 10 minutes ago, KiwiScot said:

    KIO from your comments and this T-shirt I'm nearly convinced we actually won.tshirt.jpg.7b7bce23554b2ebbac09ae63ace261e2.jpg

     

    You did. A loss and another step towards the #1 overall pick is far mroe valuable than winning a meaningless game in a season where neither team is likely to win another game.


  17. 23 minutes ago, keelansgrandad said:

    "To try and win" - or guarantee they didn't win by calling a dumbass play that had zero chance of success.... one of the two.

    Matey was in the open and dropped it. Sums them up I suppose

    He was being swarmed. If he had caught it he would have been flattened before he made a step

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