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9 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

I’d love to, but he seems to be saying while he was drinking to excess and dressing up in Nazi uniforms he was ‘good’ Harry, but then he goes and marries a mixed race woman and starts talking about the environment and becomes ‘bad’ Harry. 😕

 

In other news, Trumps’s attack dog John Bolton is in London saying that the US is championing the idea of a ‘no deal’ Brexit. Surely even the dumbest of Leave supporters should have at least some alarm bells ringing at this idea.

Of course it won't but it should, the US can't wait to rape us, grab the best deal they can we are desperate and Vunerable. They have all the cards, and obviously protectionist form

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one of the arguments often trotted out FOR leaving the EU, was that it would protect us against TTIP (the aggressively neoliberal trade deal that America wanted with the EU), if we're out of the EU, we're out of TTIP, right? - there's something approaching a case to  heard there.

 

let's remember that TTIP was almost universally hated across the EU (and in the UK - even among some tories), it was simply never going to happen.

 

guess what ? TTIP is back, and this time we're desperate.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, ads36 said:

one of the arguments often trotted out FOR leaving the EU, was that it would protect us against TTIP (the aggressively neoliberal trade deal that America wanted with the EU), if we're out of the EU, we're out of TTIP, right? - there's something approaching a case to  heard there.

The only reasonably sane person I know who voted to leave, did so for exactly this reason. She is a vegan and animal welfare is her biggest concern. Needless to say, she very much regrets doing it now.

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Rich Arch Brexiteer who's business relies on cheap foreign labour says no-deal will be OK:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-49326148

 

Guy who told us that Iraq had WMDs promises US trade deals:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-49325620

 

Weird how the signalling on that one has changed eh? :suspect:

 

If Tony Blair really was the worst PM because of Iraq, entirely on the advice of this guy... what could possibly go right? :hihi:

 

Sounds a lot like softening up for a bumpy ride...

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1 hour ago, melthebell said:

Of course it won't but it should, the US can't wait to rape us, grab the best deal they can we are desperate and Vunerable. They have all the cards, and obviously protectionist form

Rape us? Are you serious? Couldn't think of a more suitable way of saying that the U.S plan on taking advantage?

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15 minutes ago, Delayed said:

Rape us? Are you serious? Couldn't think of a more suitable way of saying that the U.S plan on taking advantage?

Being first line for a US trade deal is like being first in line for an audition with Harvey Weinstein? 

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16 minutes ago, Delayed said:

Rape us? Are you serious? Couldn't think of a more suitable way of saying that the U.S plan on taking advantage?

Pretty appropriate I would say, given that an administration whose slogan is ‘America First’ will be looking to take full advantage of our weakened position.

 

Why do you think that Trump favours a no deal Brexit?

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21 minutes ago, Delayed said:

Rape us? Are you serious? Couldn't think of a more suitable way of saying that the U.S plan on taking advantage?

I'm not seeing much consent being requested from the UK, in and amongst the many US-UK deal-related news and announcements by US personalities. Perhaps that is influencing mel's choice of words.

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You all disgust me. I think you need to have a look at yourselves and ask if that is really the appropriate language just because of your stance on Brexit

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21 minutes ago, Delayed said:

You all disgust me

Is the penny starting to drop yet? 😉

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23 minutes ago, Delayed said:

You all disgust me. I think you need to have a look at yourselves and ask if that is really the appropriate language just because of your stance on Brexit

Rape - "an act of plunder"... there's nothing to be disgusted about, the word is accurate and appropriate.

 

Your outrage is simply faux nonsense.... a product of a lack of understanding.

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