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"Brexit Party T-shirts, hoodies and caps are being manufactured in Bangladesh and China, in a move contradicting leader Nigel Farage's 'British jobs for British people' stance "

The Brexit Company is a scam.

 

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3 hours ago, Herman said:

Yep!!👍😀

The term 'mouthbreather' invented by a conservative has been about for decades and originated in the US.

American conservative blogger, Ed Morrissey, famously wrote the following:

 

January 23, 2006

The New Know-Nothings

Ed Morrissey at Captain's Quarters exposes the antics of Leftist virtual book burners afflicting Amazon.com. Conservative titles have been systematically targeted for "egraffiti" including phony cover pictures and scurrilous "reviews". Captain Ed sums it up in his own inimitable fashion:

That's not the actions of people who have confidence in themselves. Those are the actions of a fearful, small-minded, vulgar group of Neanderthals who have suddenly seen **** sapiens and realized that their days are numbered. These mouthbreathers cannot offer any new ideas, so instead of trying to compete with conservatives, they're busy with the electronic equivalent of sticking their fingers into their ears and shouting, "LA-LA-LA-LA, NO ONE CAN HEAR YOU!!" as loudly as possible.
 
 
 
As per you Lefties have to hijack a term because you rarely have an original thought and when you do it's usually a daft one 😜
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"Brexit party MEPs vote against plans to tackle Russian propaganda

Resolution seeking upgrade of EU counter-disinformation unit nevertheless passes easily"

What a daft idea, encouraging electoral interference, fortunately the democratic EU Parliament saw sense.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If there is a new Deal (as it looks likely now Sea Border is back on the table), anybody really thinks EU will approve a new extension if UK Parliament rejects the deal?

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1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

If there is a new Deal (as it looks likely now Sea Border is back on the table), anybody really thinks EU will approve a new extension if UK Parliament rejects the deal?

Seeing as they have already stated that they would, have guess.

What you should be asking is what else those opposing brexit have planned for the forthcoming months as it should be clear that Remain did not act unilaterally over the 'Benn Act' and did so with the backing of the EU.

Which would mean they most ikely have a path mapped out for bringing this to and end.

Sat 19th should see Parliament take another step forward towards that aim, set against a back drop of a million or so outside that building demonstrating their support for the UK remaining in the EU.

And I would further suggest that Johnson's negotiating has all to do with the forthcoming election than ever it has on trying to make the impossible, possible.

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, SwindonCanary said:

If there is a new Deal (as it looks likely now Sea Border is back on the table), anybody really thinks EU will approve a new extension if UK Parliament rejects the deal?

Yes because they don't want us to leave

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3 hours ago, SwindonCanary said:

If there is a new Deal (as it looks likely now Sea Border is back on the table), anybody really thinks EU will approve a new extension if UK Parliament rejects the deal?

I believe so as it will move us closer to a 2nd Referendum.

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We don't have a democracy to defend. We have an illusion of democracy where only about 10% of the population actually have a vote that carries any sway due to our antiquated voting system. That's before even talking about the Tories gerrymandering the constituencies to benefit themselves too.

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58 minutes ago, KiwiScot said:

Yes because they don't want us to leave

I kneel before thine mighty powers of observation 😜

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10 minutes ago, Jools said:

I kneel before thine mighty powers of observation 😜

Always gotta see it coming518TQD5W6YL._SY445_.jpg.18ff54e427659bbee3390108ed1f2c9e.jpg

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56 minutes ago, ThorpeCanary said:

I believe so as it will move us closer to a 2nd Referendum.

like a stake, it will be a symbolic at to drive through the black heart of brexit

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Voter ID. Another great American import along with obesity, crack cocaine and opiate addiction. Well done Tories. We see ya!!

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8 hours ago, Herman said:

 

Hermione!

A) You're not supposed to pass what far lefty, David Schneider, thinks as your own thoughts.

B) Why do you want to pass his thoughts as your own thoughts? He's talking utter b*llox.

 

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Who to listen to, eh?!  The Economics editor of the Financial Times or Paul Staines. What a dilemma.

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4 minutes ago, Herman said:

Who to listen to, eh?!  The Economics editor of the Financial Times or Paul Staines. What a dilemma.

Careful now. Giving Brexiteers a binary choice ends up with them choosing the wrong one. 🤣

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7 minutes ago, Herman said:

Who to listen to, eh?!  The Economics editor of the Financial Times or Paul Staines. What a dilemma.

Ffs, Lionel Barber is a europhile who regularly dines with Juncker & co -- https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5162383/How-FTs-Europhile-editor-cost-UK-13bn.html

And guess what, Hermione, come closer to your screen so you can read the following:  Paul Staines voted to Remain 😱😀

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