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  1. I've been listening to LBC yesterday & today & there have been some heart rending stories of people with terrible illnesses, parents of very sick children with life limiting illnesses that are now having the extra worry of not knowing of their medicines (which are manufactured in Europe) will be available when they need them. I think people who are now gloating about the supposed superiority of the British, their 'bulldog spirit' and 'we won the war' crap, 'we have the balls to do it' should listen to the people in the front line - the most vulnerable, who are going to be affected. When you parrot the Mark Francois, the Jacob Rees Moggs of this world, they're doing just fine. They'll be gorging themselves in one of the many HoC tax payer subsidised restaurants, while vulnerable people die. No deal Brexiters are either very rich and can isolate themselves from the worst of a no deal Brexit, or very stupid people who just don't care about others.
  2. If I'm not mistaken, back in the 1970s when Harold Wilson was briefly PM, people took it as a sign of his apparent 'increasing unwellness', that he spoke about plots to oust him. Now we know those fears were well founded. Wasn't the book Spycatcher an expose of the MI5 effort to get rid of Wilson?
  3. Anyway for those concerned about chlorinated chicken flooding the UK after Brexit, fear not. Ben Bradley, the gormless MP for Mansfield pointed out: " Errmmm... We have chlorinated TAP WATER in this country. Worth thinking about before kicking off about chlorinated chicken." https://twitter.com/bbradleymp/status/1162623129895809024 The dozy dobber makes Chris Grayling look like mastermind
  4. Sunday Times have a huge scoop. Operation Yellowhammer, which is the Government's 'no deal' (or absence of a deal) has been leaked and revealed: ‘This is not Project Fear — it’s what we face after no-deal Brexit’. Codenamed Yellowhammer, it is the clandestine operation intended to prepare the UK for a no-deal Brexit. In one of his first acts as prime minister, Boris Johnson declared that he would “turbocharge” the UK’s preparation for no-deal on October 31, appointing Michael Gove to lead the cross- government efforts. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/this-is-not-project-fear-its-what-we-face-after-no-deal-brexit-3p2cdq9zd Which, amongst other impacts will, involve shortages of fuel, a 3 month meltdown at the UK's ports, a hard border in Ireland I read earlier in the Independent that over 100 MPs have now written to Johnson to recall parliament early, because of the looming 'national emergency': https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/boris-johnson-parliament-recall-letter-house-of-commons-brexit-a9063996.html
  5. Thanks for that Jim. Obviously, pulling me up for mentioning Prince Philip in the thread title is of more significance than the explosive revelations concerning the establishment and the attempt to bring down a government.
  6. Because he's a reference point for those who aren't sure of who Lord Mountbatten was. Even more pertinently: According to a new biography of Mountbatten, Prince Charles’s great uncle and mentor, it took the intervention of the Queen to persuade him to cut his ties with the plotters rather than acting against Wilson, his Cabinet and Parliament. Aren't you even fascinated by the content of the article?
  7. Absolute dynamite, and a real insight into the power and mindset of the establishment: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/08/17/revealed-full-extent-lord-mountbattens-role-68-plot-against/
  8. It's been reported that Owen Jones who campaigns against a no deal Brexit amongst other things was the subject of a vicious street assault by a gang of "right wing thugs", who kicked him in the head repeatedly: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-49381944 https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/owen-jones-attack-pub-far-right-assault-a9063816.html Only today Dominic Grieve was speaking about the death threats he's been receiving....
  9. How do you know what takes place at many gay pride events? Been to many have you? 'Young kids looking on in disbelief and horror', like you're concerned with their welfare 🙄. Why would they be looking on in disbelief / horror? Unless they've been brainwashed by morons who think that enjoying yourself is a mortal sin. I think you need counselling.
  10. If he doesn't want to drive people of different sexual orientations around then he should've thought of that before becoming a bus driver As for your complaint that there is too much 'Pride this and Pride that'; as long as there are nobs like that ex- bus driver, then Pride marches will be attended by hundreds of thousands all over the country. And if you don't care, then don't contribute to the thread. Bye.
  11. I doubt whether she is impressed with Farage, especially as he called her mother an overweight chain smoking gin lush, and said that her grand daughter law, Meghan Markle, has made Prince Harry less popular because they now advocate for environmental campaigns. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/12/nigel-farage-prince-harry-meghan-markle-overweight-queen-mother-cpac-brexit What he means is that he doesn't like the colour of Meghan Markle's skin, but like most closet racists hasn't the balls to say it.
  12. I agree that Cummings is trying to whip up divisions with his 'us [the people] against them [politicians]'. Unfortunately for Cummings, it was disclosed by the Guardian that he received €235,000 in EU handouts, because he is part owner of a farm. https://mobile.twitter.com/search?q="€235,000 in EU"&src=trend_click Undermines the image he is trying portray of 'man of the people against the Euro elite'
  13. I think it depends. I can think of a couple of examples (such as the grooming gangs that preyed on children then raped and tortured them), where the perpetrators and their actions are so vile, that I see no problem in describing them in dehumanising terms. So no, in that instance forums shouldn't remove those posts.
  14. Nah, I'll leave the fairy tales to the leading Brexiteers, who promise "sunlit uplands". Here's a few: "There will be no downsides to Brexit, only considerable upsides." David Davies. "The free trade agreement we will do with the European Union should be one of the easiest in human history." Liam Fox. "There will be no change to the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic". Michael Gove, Boris Johnson and Priti Patel. "Not a single job will be lostbecause of Brexit." Iain Duncan Smith. Leaving would be "quick and easy" because "the UK holds most of the cards in any negotiation." John Redwood. "The day after we vote to leave, we hold all the cards and we can choose the path we want." Michael Gove. By the way I do have a job. For the moment - who knows in a years time....If I do lose it, it won't be because of any laziness on my part , but a tanking economy thanks to Brexit.
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