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Mod Note: As we are getting rather tired of seeing reports about this. The use of the word Remoaners  is to cease. Either posts like adults, or don't post at all. The mod warnings have been clear.

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In addition to remoaner we are also not going to allow the use of libdums or liebore - if you cannot behave like adults and post without recourse to these childish insults then please refrain from posting. If you have a problem with this then you all know where the helpdesk is. 

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24 minutes ago, Mister Gee said:

no i havent, but interesting the main name is Odey as i asked him about him too, to a wall of silence.

29 minutes ago, Mister Gee said:

The final paragraph says it all (everything we have been saying for the past 3...4? years?)

Traditionally, the Conservative Party relied on various sectors of industry and small businesses for its political funding, but most of these have decried a ‘no deal’ Brexit as bad for business. By contrast, Boris Johnson remains heavily reliant on one of the few sectors – hedge funds, foreign exchange and derivative trading – 

which could actually profit from a sudden decline in share prices or the fall of sterling.

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46 minutes ago, Ontarian1981 said:

all those out of work  miners , steelworkers and their families, what did the EU do for them? 

Here in South Yorkshire, the EU spent a huge amount of money, on projects including the AMP at Waverley.

 

Not just grants to get it going, but research funding to keep it going.

 

Thanks EU! :)

 

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39 minutes ago, Obelix said:

Thats fine - you can get out the door then with that attitude. No loss to us inside fortress britannia fighting over whats left.

In post #3288 you said that you were applying for Italian citizenship and moving everything out to the EU. Your exact words were "sod the UK".

 

So who's this "us" you refer to? 

Edited by Delayed

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4 minutes ago, ads36 said:

Here in South Yorkshire, the EU spent a huge amount of money, on projects including the AMP at Waverley.

 

Not just grants to get it going, but research funding to keep it going.

 

Thanks EU! :)

 

Although with the AMP being established in 2001 it was well after Thatcher and too late for most made redundant in the 80's.

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9 minutes ago, ads36 said:

Here in South Yorkshire, the EU spent a huge amount of money, on projects including the AMP at Waverley.

 

Not just grants to get it going, but research funding to keep it going.

 

Thanks EU! :)

 

Too late, they should have done it over 20 years earlier.Oh wait though, Thatcher would have turned them down so she could still have her showdown with the NUM.😣

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29 minutes ago, Ontarian1981 said:

Too late, they should have done it over 20 years earlier.Oh wait though, Thatcher would have turned them down so she could still have her showdown with the NUM.😣

The EU pumped 750 million into South Yorkshire in the early 90s to support the regeneration of some hard hit areas.

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1 hour ago, Top Cats Hat said:

What did you expect them to do?

 

The cheap coal being sold cheaply to British manufacturing, largely came from Poland, Ukraine 

 

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46 minutes ago, Bargepole23 said:

The EU pumped 750 million into South Yorkshire in the early 90s to support the regeneration of some hard hit areas.

But what is oft-forgotten (conveniently by a particular side of the debate), is that the EU gives the money for the regeneration projects, but that the national government is responsible for their delivery.

 

Same issue as with EU immigration: if you're looking to pinpoint failings, don't look to Brussels, look to Westminster.

 

Probably another 20 years indeed, until enough Brits have learnt enough about the EU and how it works (and did in years and decade gone by), to see the banana curvature headlines and similar populist misrepresentations and lies, for the chrome-polished turds that they are.

 

Hey-ho: you'll all get to know what you had. But too late. There's a silver lining to it however: there'll be none of the ra-ra'ing  Brit exceptionalism when the UK eventually rejoins :)

Edited by L00b

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Definition of what an MP is?

 

MP's represent people's CONCERNS and INTERESTS in the House of Commons.

 

Just seen Clive Betts on Calendar from the Brighton Lab Conference questioned about Brexit and going forward? 

 

Quote, "Although my constituency voted to leave, I'll be voting to remain." 

Edited by Baron99

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1 hour ago, Delayed said:

In post #3288 you said that you were applying for Italian citizenship and moving everything out to the EU. Your exact words were "sod the UK".

 

So who's this "us" you refer to? 

I am yes.

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2 hours ago, Obelix said:

Thats fine - you can get out the door then with that attitude. No loss to us inside fortress britannia fighting over whats left.

Seems somewhat hypocritical given you are leaving the UK.

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