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1 minute ago, horsefly said:

Are you struggling to find the figures for the UK national debt? Here's a clue, go to google and in the box where it says "search" type in "UK national debt". That should help.

I was asked for evidence of the EU debt = please pay attention  

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1 minute ago, SwindonCanary said:

I was asked for evidence of the EU debt = please pay attention  

The U.K. ( and US ) is equally as bad, why are you telling Johnson’s ?

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1 minute ago, SwindonCanary said:

I was asked for evidence of the EU debt = please pay attention  

No, I asked you for the figure for the UK's national debt. You have yet to tell us what the figure is. Now is your chance bird brain

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11 minutes ago, horsefly said:

No, I asked you for the figure for the UK's national debt. You have yet to tell us what the figure is. Now is your chance bird brain

no you didn't 

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38 minutes ago, (Hoola)Han Solo said:

So has the UK not got any debt then? If not, please provide proof Marty.

i know the UK has debt, but I was writing about the EU's running cost 

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1 minute ago, SwindonCanary said:

i know the UK has debt, but I was writing about the EU's running cost 

Why ?
So we ignore our problems ?. How the EU repays theirs doesn’t effect me but how we repay ours does.

I notice we have just bought 60 million doses of Pfizer for third doses, does that mean Europe and America got it right by gambling on Pfizer and Moderna, who knows.

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27 minutes ago, Well b back said:

Maybe that’s one of the things BJ thinks we should be talking about instead of his flat.

I think they missed a trick with the flat. They could've got Nick Knowles or Alan Carr to do a 'make over' TV show and got it done for nothing.

 

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1 hour ago, Well b back said:

Why ?
So we ignore our problems ?. How the EU repays theirs doesn’t effect me but how we repay ours does.

I notice we have just bought 60 million doses of Pfizer for third doses, does that mean Europe and America got it right by gambling on Pfizer and Moderna, who knows.

 

1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

i know the UK has debt, but I was writing about the EU's running cost 

 

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1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

i know the UK has debt, but I was writing about the EU's running cost 

Actually this was your original post:

I see the EU are about to borrow £750 billion to pay off it's debts ! 

How do they intend to pay it off ? European people ?  

So you were talking about debts not running costs. Nonetheless, let's talk about running costs if you wish, are you suggesting now that the UK doesn't have running costs?

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1 minute ago, horsefly said:

Actually this was your original post:

I see the EU are about to borrow £750 billion to pay off it's debts ! 

How do they intend to pay it off ? European people ?  

So you were talking about debts not running costs. Nonetheless, let's talk about running costs if you wish, are you suggesting now that the UK doesn't have running costs?

they ran up the debts with their running costs 

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11 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

they ran up the debts with their running costs 

I still don’t get it ? Why are you talking about their problems ( which you don’t have to contribute to ) when we have equally severe debt problems, which we do have to pay for. 
We have just spent 1.5 billion ( assuming the same costs ) on a third vaccine dose Pfizer. Of course though we won’t have to spend that as we will be harvesting the magic Pfizer tree.

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1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

they ran up the debts with their running costs 

Now explain what the difference is between the EU running up debts due to running costs and the UK running up debts due to running costs.

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We've left the EU. Shouldn't the brexiters spend their time showing us examples of how much better our lives are?🤣

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7 minutes ago, Herman said:

We've left the EU. Shouldn't the brexiters spend their time showing us examples of how much better our lives are?🤣

I'm sure they would but there's one rather obvious problem ...

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, Herman said:

They are taking you for mugs.

 

That wouldn't be the same "razor sharp" Andrew Bridgen who made a complete ar*se of himself complaining about the Electoral Commission's inquiry into Preeti Patel would it? An inquiry they DIDN'T actually conduct.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other/moderna-aims-to-produce-3-billion-covid-vaccine-doses-in-2022/vi-BB1gbx7H?ocid=msedgntp

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1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

YOU LOT ARE HARD WORK TRYING TO GET THOUGH TO, OR ARE YOU JUST ON A WIND UP ?

 😂😂 - Well here's a crazy idea for you - why don't you try posting something reasonable or even partially truthful, ideally without your Caps Lock on  😂😂

It isn't as hard (for most of us) as you make it seem.

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1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

YOU LOT ARE HARD WORK TRYING TO GET THOUGH TO, OR ARE YOU JUST ON A WIND UP ?

Swindon.

You voted for Brexit because you told us it would be better for the UK. Never mind contributions or lawmaking, you (not literally you but Leave supporters) said it was in our best interests.

Us Remainers, having lost the vote then had to hope you were right and we were wrong.

So far, and I know its early days, many of the predictions of remainers, such as trouble in NI, red tape, shortages and delays have been justified.

And one of the laws we became "free" to legislate for, has caused so much trouble and confrontation because it is a law that is making the citizens of this country less free.

Meanwhile, the architect of the final phase of Brexit has lied to us and the EU. He lied about the Irish Sea border. So if he was prepared to makesuch a bare faced lie, then just maybe he lied to everyone about the benefit to the UK of Brexit.

So its time you accepted the truth and that at the moment, Brexit is a catastrophy.

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I voted for Brexit and have not regretted since. I don't feel it's a  'catastrophy' at all, in fact since we've left I've seen my weekly shop at Sainsburys with prices go down and believe they will continue that way. If you feel it's going worse then as you wrote it is early days.

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7 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

I voted for Brexit and have not regretted since. I don't feel it's a  'catastrophy' at all, in fact since we've left I've seen my weekly shop at Sainsburys with prices go down and believe they will continue that way. If you feel it's going worse then as you wrote it is early days.

The trouble is, you only care how Brexit affects you. You have no regard for the thousands of businesses that have seen their operations and turnover drastically reduce because of the delays, red tape and confusion over Brexit. Some of these people’s livelihoods are being severely affected and they are struggling to pay the bills. But hey, your weekly shop is cheaper, so all good. A typical selfish Brexiteer.

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Posted (edited)

As I wrote early days and I blame the EU for delays and red tape they are still upset about us leaving 

Edited by SwindonCanary

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And so it begins... dump Boris, start our relationship over. A win / win result.

 

And so it begins.jpg

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1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

As I wrote early days and I blame the EU for delays and red tape they are still upset about us leaving 

Do you think the U.K. are a superior nation and should get everything they want.

You said the EU needed us more than we needed them, seems that was another Johnson.

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2 hours ago, SwindonCanary said:

I voted for Brexit and have not regretted since. I don't feel it's a  'catastrophy' at all, in fact since we've left I've seen my weekly shop at Sainsburys with prices go down and believe they will continue that way. If you feel it's going worse then as you wrote it is early days.

These guys regret it, but of course it will be the Norwegians fault that they want to protect their borders.

I guess these guys and the workers at GKN who have just lost their jobs are just worth nothing. At least there will be plenty of jobs on the farms for them.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-56932551

 

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