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4 minutes ago, woodview said:

what do you say without your markets, your viability is threatened?

 

why? we sell bikes there now. He can say that now. It's just usual moon is going to fall out of the sky blubbering.

i never mentioned bikes, somebody else did. but looking at our history with the US, looking at trumps history, looking at what has been posted about US lobby groups (which funnily enough has been hidden by leavers and not talked about) we will JUMP

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25 minutes ago, melthebell said:

Good news for Labour!

 

It is now time to dump Corbyn and stand as an anti Brexit party. Right wing 'traditional' Labour voters in the north may not vote for them but now they don't have to worry about those votes going to the Tories. 

 

Reduced majorities all round but Labour probably won't lose many seats and could make major gains in Conservative marginals in the South and west. And as a anti-Brexit party with a cat in hell's chance of winning may even take some traditional Lib Dem seats.

 

However this can only happen if Corbyn is dropped.

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1 hour ago, woodview said:

And we'll trade with the eu, just as japan, china, usa, south korea all do.

We can do that without having an eu parliament. It doesn't also mean taking chlorinated chicken, we don't take it now and we don't need to take it in future.

Contender for the most naive post of 2019

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12 minutes ago, melthebell said:

i never mentioned bikes, somebody else did. but looking at our history with the US, looking at trumps history, looking at what has been posted about US lobby groups (which funnily enough has been hidden by leavers and not talked about) we will JUMP

well, in that case, we'll jump regardless.

2 minutes ago, I1L2T3 said:

Contender for the most naive post of 2019

Well, I'll take the runner prize after you hit top spot.

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4 minutes ago, retep said:

is that all youve got to be happy about? other countries losing jobs? what about OUR country NOT losing jobs? surely OUR country is what matters not other countries?

 

sometimes i despair at the idiocy :(

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7 minutes ago, melthebell said:

is that all youve got to be happy about? other countries losing jobs? what about OUR country NOT losing jobs? surely OUR country is what matters not other countries?

 

sometimes i despair at the idiocy :(

And yet you seem happy to see your own countrymen lose their jobs, how did you vote in the referendum?

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1 minute ago, melthebell said:

is that all youve got to be happy about? other countries losing jobs? what about OUR country NOT losing jobs? surely OUR country is what matters not other countries?

 

sometimes i despair at the idiocy :(

UK government lawyers are already being asked to look at defending multiple claims from countries, businesses and organisations for damage done by this nonsense.

 

We can't sue our own government for any losses that Brexit will cause us but anybody outside the UK certainly can. Eurotunnel are already making noises about the UK having to pay compensation for disruption to its business in the event of a no deal Brexit.

 

If our government ends up compensating German firms for their losses, some of the crackpots, racists and xenophobes will be turning purple and exploding. 💥

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4 minutes ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Eurotunnel are already making noises about the UK having to pay compensation for disruption to its business in the event of a no deal Brexit.

Not making noises anymore:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-02-11/eurotunnel-sues-u-k-government-over-no-deal-brexit-ferry-plans

 

Don't worry though, we're going to fight 'em all off with swarms of drones :hihi:

 

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9 minutes ago, Top Cats Hat said:

UK government lawyers are already being asked to look at defending multiple claims from countries, businesses and organisations for damage done by this nonsense.

 

We can't sue our own government for any losses that Brexit will cause us but anybody outside the UK certainly can. Eurotunnel are already making noises about the UK having to pay compensation for disruption to its business in the event of a no deal Brexit.

 

If our government ends up compensating German firms for their losses, some of the crackpots, racists and xenophobes will be turning purple and exploding. 💥

Self harm.

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13 minutes ago, retep said:

Self harm.

How do you work that one out, given that Brexiting is the UK's sole, sovereign decision?

 

I'm interested to see your mental gymnastics here.

48 minutes ago, melthebell said:

is that all youve got to be happy about? other countries losing jobs? what about OUR country NOT losing jobs? surely OUR country is what matters not other countries?

 

sometimes i despair at the idiocy :(

Leavers don't know how to build, only how to destroy.

 

Destroying is the easy bit, though: any imbecile with a sledgehammer and enough brawn can do it.

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