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  1. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    and increase in tax revenue by the simle expedient of ensuring that all tax that is due is paid that crafty loopholes are closed would be a good start which I'm sure would impact immensely on those on a low income who voted brexit
  2. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    do you have a number to call ?
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    The Brexit Thread

    dear god, do you never stop lying ? or perhaps you can tell us all when and where Corbyn said he does not know a millionaire
  4. " your life will be less impacted by about what other people think of you and much more about how strong your desire is to achieve your goal. Keep the faith, trust your process and never, ever let anyone tell you that you don’t have what it takes." " amen to that
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    The Brexit Thread

    probably because what is happening in Venezula has nothing to do with 'marxism' of what Marx wrote but then I should imagine you think North Korea is democratic because it calls itself the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
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    The magic of the FA Cup (quiz)

    Beat me to it as I was just about to add - Can you name all eight former FA Cup winners in this w/e 1st round ? (it would be ten if Bury had not folded and Wimbledon MK Dons were another) Could you wait until the game kicks off this evening before posting up answers so as to let others have a go, ta ps not trying to highjack your thread crabby, just thought it better to stay in one place rather than another thread
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    The Brexit Thread

    eat your heart out Jools, RTB/hand crank, Swindo, mad moy, Ricardo...this is the way to lie a man born to such talent, rambling on with lie after lie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7NFfUOJwDE Seems entirely clear that the Prime Minister does not understand his own Brexit proposal (for a hard border in the Irish Sea) *at all* Jonathan Portes, a professor of economics and public policy at King’s College, London "I’m incredulous at the suggestion, by anyone, that he ever did! Hands up anyone stupid enough to think he did! I only see Mr Johnson’s hand." "The Brexit secretary, Stephen Barclay, told the House of Lords last month that businesses would need to complete “exit summary declarations” when sending shipments from Northern Ireland to the rest of the UK. Asked whether he was saying the government would not enforce such declarations, Johnson said: “That’s right – we’re one UK territory, we need to get this deal done, get it over the line and take the country forward.” The shadow Brexit secretary, Keir Starmer, said Johnson “either doesn’t understand the deal he negotiated, or isn’t telling the truth. Probably both”. any wonder the bigots are so desperate to smear Corbyn if this is the level of competence from Johnson.
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    The Brexit Thread

    oh dear, clueless as ever there are umpteen 'internees' working unpaid in umpteen jobs does it mean because they are not paid they are not employed by those employers ?
  9. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    any chance of something pro Tory - if there is anything ?
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    The Brexit Thread

    but you do on your drive in Brittany, the one where bagster is supposed to live as well odd how someone who supposedly lives in Norfolk still thinks the A11 is single carriageway - and odd how he got down to Stansted airport from 'Aylsham' without using the A11 perhaps all those back roads is what gave you/him that 'medical condition' you should make notes as you go - might stop your stories getting muddled up so much ps tell bagster if he comes back I promise not to mock him for his claim to have voted in the referendum and I shall leave you/RTB with something you can sing along into the wee hours (I was going to put up Leaving on a jet plane, even Don't Walk away Rennes )
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    The Brexit Thread

    https://www.gov.uk/voting-when-abroad ps do remind poor purple (when you seem him) that the above does not refer to any referendum as he recently claimed and how's the Citreon C1, not the vehicle I would have thought a French builder would have, and where is bagster come to that ....... still working on the Note Dame ?
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    The Brexit Thread

    I believe the Campaign against Extremism are a breakaway from the League against Tedium (Simon Munnery) with the latter being rather a **** take out of the former, and such like Right wingers like to apppoint themselves as guardians of this and that, as with the National Viewers' and Listeners' Association (Mary Whitehouse) the type who oppose everything and write in green ink, similar to the ISIS Morality Police
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    The Brexit Thread

    good news hand crank (or is it Cpt Pants ?) they've started work on the A11
  14. Bill

    The Brexit Thread

    our ex candidate as of this evening https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/nick-conrad-tory-election-rape-broadland-constituency-comments-a9194236.html I wonder if Radio Snorefolk will have him back
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    The Brexit Thread

    Brilliant ! ! !
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    The Brexit Thread

    oh dear, you really are thick aren't you ? knowingly posting up a lie makes you as guilty
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    The Brexit Thread

    I do seriously think mouse brain has learning difficulties, if only by the uff he posts from elsewhere If I was arguing the merits of NCFC v the binners I would not post that 5-0 defeat back in the 90's - as much as posting up blatant lies does not really do your case any good - quite the opposite, as this guff talks about the imminent complete collapse of the EU which is rather sstupid given that this nonsense is at least 7 years old - almost as old as mouse brain some might think ps here's some other fanatics predicting the future - 15 secs in I wonder whathappened to them - moved to Swindon, perhaps ?
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    The Brexit Thread

    Makes you realise how much we miss Lord Nuttall VC, DSC (and lounge) Bar. First man to climb everest on a pogo stick. Further to the above "The most high-profile target of the pact is Dominic Raab, the hard-Brexit backing foreign secretary, with the Greens standing aside for Lib Dems in his Surrey constituency of Esher and Walton. Mr Raab romped home with a 39-point lead in 2017, but a new poll offers hope to Jo Swinson’s party, suggesting he is only 9 points ahead – even before the Greens stand aside." That is not intended as some sort of 'gloat' merely evidence of how I believe voting is shaping up. The problem is that smearing Corbyn needs a good deal of lying and misrepresentation whereas with Johnson the lies and misrepresentation have come from him, himself. ps you may remember this as a young lad and a young Tilson not understanding the difference between having a tiller and a tilly at the stern of the boat
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    The Brexit Thread

    yes, that was the point of the joke eh ? at the moment the evidence is that Remain voting Tory areas are shifting to the LibDems which will cause Lab voters in those areas to vote tactically - tactical voting being anti Tory as it was in 1997 with Scots Tories being mainly pro Remain I cannot see them hanging onto many, if any seats in Scotland I don't think you lot are aware of just how poisonous Johnson is to much of the country, and whatever pro Brexit Labour voters do it will not be a vote for the Tories that is for certain start to factor in student voting with that high level of tactical voting and you might just begin to see what an uphill task Johnson has "A Survation poll commissioned by the party in Sir John’s Wokingham constituency, obtained by The Independent, found the Tory vote plummeting 15 points since the 2017 general election to 42 per cent, with Lib Dems just four points behind on 38 per cent – up 22 points. With Labour down 13 points to 12 per cent in the poll, Jo Swinson’s party said the Berkshire seat was now “a two-horse race” with Lib Dems closing in on Redwood. A party source said the pattern was being repeated in many areas of the leafy commuter belt around the capital, suggesting “massive” swings among traditional Tory voters against the “Trumpian right-wing politics” ushered in by Mr Johnson. Survation polling in South Cambridgeshire – held by Tories for almost 30 years until Heidi Allen’s defection in February – showed Lib Dems picking up 21 points to leapfrog the two larger parties on 40 per cent, with Tories down 16 points to 36 per cent and Labour down 15 to 12 per cent." https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/lib-dems-brexit-election-boris-johnson-london-constituency-a9188416.html This as explained earlier is why Swinson is making such a big noise about not working with Corbyn, so as to avoid the warning of Vote Swinson - Get Corbyn. Survation was the polling that I based my thought that the 2017 election would be a hung Parliament. Maybe you should ask yourself why you got it so badly wrong.
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    President Trump

    Right wingers, crooks as well as liars Judge orders Trump to pay $2m for misusing charity foundation 'A judge in New York orders President Donald Trump to pay $2 million for misusing his charitable foundation, the AP reports. In December 2018, a second New York judge signed off on a deal to shut down Trump’s personal charity after a lawsuit exposed a “shocking pattern of illegality”. In Decemeber 2018 the 'charity' was shut down, with "Following the announcement of the shutdown, the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (Crew) executive director, Noah Bookbinder, said: “The Donald J Trump Foundation has abused the rules governing non-profit charitable foundations and admitted to breaking the law. It apparently operated for the sole purpose of benefiting Donald Trump. “Crew filed complaints calling for investigations into the Foundation for improper political activity, lying on its tax returns, and self-dealing to benefit Donald Trump, among other problems. It is good to see this fraud is finally over.” Trump had used the charity to pay off legal settlements within his business and even to buy a painting of himself to hang in one of his golf clubs.' If he was prepared to defraud a charity then what else has he been up to ?
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    The Brexit Thread

    I think I'll have a tenner on Shergar winning next years National instead stick your money on the Tories being under 300 (remember 2017 )
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    Zimbo back for Everton?

    Seems odd that we haven't be gven any red cards - must be a change in policy, as we seemed unable to avoid them back 2011 when we first went up. I think the pace of the game is leading to so many 'minor' injuries as going back to the 70-80s we pretty much had the same team week in week out without constant injuries, and from this time in the season onward we were playing on water sodden 'ploughed fields, so it cannot be anything to do with the pitches. Also with the back pass rule there is not that chance for a break, similarly with a the ball returned quickly for a throw in there is perhaps too much stress being put on players legs.
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    Zimbo back for Everton?

    With 8 games Dec 1st -Jan 1st we will need all hands to the pump, so to speak as there are bound to be the odd niggle or even sending off which will mean we will want as many fit as possible. So will we see Heise or maybe Idah making an appearance - or any of the U23's stepping up ? A big step up for the later, where the Championship they may be up to it.
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    The Brexit Thread

    and as handcrank/RTB are elsewhere another liar pops up there is no Commons rule book, just custom and practice which, as Parliament is sovereign, can be amended as they see fit.... you know the 'Sovereignty of Parliament' much as they can remove the Speaker if they have no confidence in him or her so basically you have done no more than affirm your ignorance of the workings of the lower house a sort of ar sepiece for Guido - spewing out the sh it he wants your sort to believe
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    Zimbo back for Everton?

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