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  1. Rock The Boat

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    Has Bill got a plan, that is the $64,000 question Or, in his case, the £1,000 question
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    Conservatives have a choice, destroy themselves by ignoring the Brexit Party or destroy Labour by doing a deal with the Brexit Party. I actually believe the MPs are arrogant enough to go for self-immolation The more Johnson pharts around with indicative votes the more he will lose the country to the Brexit Party as it makes him look like May Mk 2. That leaves him with a no-deal exit as his best option but he'll find it difficult to navigate the process through Parliament.
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    Too right, Dyson should have spent his life stuffing cocaine up his nose and living off benefits instead of employing 4,000 people in the UK. Send him to the Gulags
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    Yeah, I feel so sad for you lost souls
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    Nope, but if the cap fits...
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    Well done, I knew you could do it and my heart bleeds for your disappointment, but that's life, snowflake.
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    This soyboy is well-triggered for a Tuesday morning.
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    You said the Telegraph was trying to smear Rory Stewart by claiming he once worked for MI6. My question to you was what, in your world, makes it a smear to work for MI6? Is that any clearer for you?
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    Use the Pinkun search engine
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    Her Withdrawal Agreement was written by Merkel in Germany and handed to her to get through the HoC. It's why she tried four times to get her deal through Parliament. It was her 'there is no alternative' moment. I agree with you that there was a chance at the outset to get cross-party consensus at the outset but that bird flew away very early on and by the end it was the Germans writing her script. I posted a couple of months back the evidence for this.
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    Why is working for MI6 a bad thing in your world, Herman?
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    The whole point seems to have passed you by. I, along with just about everybody who commented, said how terrible it was for these two young ladies were attacked on a late night bus. It now transpires our sympathy is unwelcome because in the crazy world of intersectional victimhood these ladies consider that their skin colour disallows any act of kindness on our part.
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    Welcome to our Washington Correspondent. Surfer, the US is like the UK in many ways, and even over the pond the left are no longer interested in blue-collar workers. Here's from MSNBC today: Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” network host Chris Matthews spoke of the state of the Democratic Party ahead of his special event talking with voters in Dayton, OH. Matthews was asked about how working people feel “left behind” by the establishment class and President Donald Trump connected with that group of people in 2016 to get their vote. The “Hardball” host said working people witnessed the “liberal elite” and Hollywood cozying up together and felt like they were not invited. “Nobody wants to go to a party they hadn’t been invited to,” Matthews outlined, adding they have been “looked down on.” “A friend of mine once said … people don’t mind being used, but they mind feeling discarded,” he continued. “The Democrats have a lot of people who feel discarded.
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