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Just now, retep said:

Any mention of the £90,000 land subsidies he receives from the EU.

There's a short dicussion of how he started his property empire.

 

Just now, retep said:

Seems to have disappeared  along with previous posts.

Because it's irrelevant garbage you just pulled from the express :rolleyes:

 

Did the Express mention James Dysons £2,800,000 land bung from the EU this year also... nope... didn't think so!

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5 minutes ago, retep said:

Any mention of the £90,000 land subsidies he receives from the EU.

 

Seems to have disappeared  along with previous posts.

usual garbage, plenty of people get help and extras from the EU, you dont have to be a "remainer" it also doesnt negate what he says. Its only the extremist idiots ready to throw it all away.

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Just now, Magilla said:

There's a short dicussion of how he started his property empire.

 

Because it's irrelevant garbage you just pulled from the express :rolleyes:

 

Did the Express mention James Dysons £2,800,000 land bung from the EU this year also... nope... didn't think so!

Dysons bung is well known about, strange you didn't mention on your bike tarzans

2 minutes ago, melthebell said:

usual garbage, plenty of people get help and extras from the EU, you dont have to be a "remainer" it also doesnt negate what he says. Its only the extremist idiots ready to throw it all away.

Easily lead, people will listen to him.

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8 minutes ago, retep said:

Dysons bung is well known about, strange you didn't mention on your bike tarzans

Weird, so well known you failed to mention it.... for balance :hihi:

 

Who decides who gets what... ahh yes, HMG :?

 

<retep>"Oh dear, conspiracy theory in tatters.... begin gibberish....." </retep>

 

 

8 minutes ago, retep said:

Easily lead, people will listen to him.

LOL, I doubt he reads the Express :thumbsup:

 

Edited by Magilla

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10 minutes ago, retep said:

 

Easily lead, people will listen to him.

hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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Just now, melthebell said:

hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Proves my point.

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Just now, retep said:

Proves my point.

so have you any proof that ANYTHING hes saying in that video isnt true?

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7 minutes ago, retep said:

“It must call into question whether his loyalty is to the UK or a foreign power.”

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/dec/27/michael-heseltine-theresa-may-urged-withdraw-tory-whip-brexit-comments

 

...said Norman Tebbit, the former cabinet minister and arch-Brexiter :loopy:

 

The problem for Tebbit is that when this inevitably goes pear shaped, those statements will be more appropriate to him! :hihi:

 

 

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23 minutes ago, retep said:

“It must call into question whether his loyalty is to the UK or a foreign power.”

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/dec/27/michael-heseltine-theresa-may-urged-withdraw-tory-whip-brexit-comments

 

and the right wingers arent happy over what he said, wow........im impressed with the proof :o

 

Funnily enough just found a page of older stuff Tebbit has said, and its the usual right wing claptrap, and even in 1997 he didnt like Hesletine :roll:

 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2000/jun/02/uk.politicalnews2

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7 minutes ago, Magilla said:

...said Norman Tebbit, the former cabinet minister and arch-Brexiter :loopy:

 

The problem for Tebbit is, that when this inevitably goes pear shaped, those statements will be more appropriate to him! :hihi:

 

 

Shows how out of touch tarzan is,

 

"He also suggested Labour would eventually turn against Brexit and the Conservatives would be “left holding the baby”, as leaving the EU grows more unpopular."

 

Jeremy Corbyn is facing a storm of criticism from Labour activists and MPs after suggesting he would press ahead with Brexit if the party won a snap general election.

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