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The Bishop, The EDT, The Great Exhibition, the Actress or another?
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messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by JohnL April 03, 01:40PM

Tom Harwood (Guido) actually saying a 2nd referendum is on the table in the talks.

Of course he thinks that's disgusting

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by diable rouge April 03, 01:57PM

JohnL Wrote:
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> Well I'm glad about that. smiling smiley

More to soothe your fevered brow John... [twitter.com]

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by cella April 03, 02:00PM

teddyboy23 Wrote:
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> Hi cella rendalharris here thankyou for asking for
> me .but just in case we fallout I just like to say
> go fcukyour self. Thankyou ted.... I mean
> rendal.😉

Reported to Admin - mainly for being illiterate.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by teddyboy23 April 03, 03:52PM

Thankyou 👍



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was april 03, 04:00pm by teddyboy23.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by Captain Marvel April 03, 04:43PM

Bundle!

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by JohnL April 03, 05:07PM

Oh Lordy they've hit it off (Jez and Tez that is).

[www.mirror.co.uk]

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by robbin April 03, 05:13PM

Well, they are both utter putting themselves ahead of the electorate, so perhaps it's not that surprising.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by teddyboy23 April 03, 05:29PM

Apparently there's a video .showing soldiers using a Jeremy corbyn poster ,for target practice .brigadier nick perry said the army was taking the matter very seriously .and would fully investigate,why everyone missed

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by diable rouge April 03, 05:57PM

JohnL Wrote:
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> Oh Lordy they've hit it off (Jez and Tez that
> is).
>
> [www.mirror.co.uk]
> remy-corbyn-says-crunch-14231757

I'm not bothered with what fudge they concoct, as long as this is true... [twitter.com]

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by Angelina April 03, 05:58PM

it will be a race out of the door

Teflon-Shoulders May (nothing sticks) and Too-Excited-to-be-consulted to realize he's being framed, JC

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by cella April 03, 10:01PM

teddyboy23 Wrote:
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> Apparently there's a video .showing soldiers using
> a Jeremy corbyn poster ,for target practice
> .brigadier nick perry said the army was taking the
> matter very seriously .and would fully
> investigate,why everyone missed

RH would have made mincemeat out of you which you clearly feel. You appear to be a hateful and hate filled sort.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by teddyboy23 April 04, 09:25AM

Cells you couldn't be more wrong there are pictures in the papers today showing what I said.OK I added the last bit as a joke.fair enough your not amused .what with all that's going on in this country brexit shambles fatal stabbings crime in general .just a little bit of black humour .some people might find funny some not .

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by JohnL April 04, 10:22AM

213 to 212 - that was close. Not sure it means much but ...

and Hammond's come out supporting a second referendum (sort of guessed it was his view)

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by JohnL April 04, 10:24AM

I know the 213th was just out of prison wearing a tag, but as we have a bye-election in Newport in a labour safe seat pending I'll take it.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by diable rouge April 04, 10:54AM

Angelina Wrote:
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> dr..
>
> that is disturbing.

They are now offically 'a thing'...

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D3QTyB0WsAAXuoc.png

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by robbin April 04, 11:19AM

JohnL Wrote:
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> I know the 213th was just out of prison wearing a
> tag, but as we have a bye-election in Newport in a
> labour safe seat pending I'll take it.


Says it all that you are fine with a dishonest crook just out of prison exercising what was essentially the casting vote in Parliament to pass a bill you support. If you reflect on that and change your mind, do let us know, otherwise I don't think that position reflects at all well on you (or any arguments you might voice).

It's not like a dishonest football player obviously diving to get a penalty when if it's for your team you might sometimes tempted to say 'I'll take it'. This is not a game and it is rather more serious, surely?

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by uncleglen April 04, 11:46AM

Now she has roped in Nicola Sturgeon.....
The Beeb are still saying Brexit deadlock...if I remember correctly the majority voted Leave in 2016...deadlock- what deadlock?

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by JohnL April 04, 12:38PM

robbin Wrote:
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> JohnL Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I know the 213th was just out of prison wearing
> a
> > tag, but as we have a bye-election in Newport in
> a
> > labour safe seat pending I'll take it.
>
>
> Says it all that you are fine with a dishonest
> crook just out of prison exercising what was
> essentially the casting vote in Parliament to pass
> a bill you support. If you reflect on that and
> change your mind, do let us know, otherwise I
> don't think that position reflects at all well on
> you (or any arguments you might voice).
>
> It's not like a dishonest football player
> obviously diving to get a penalty when if it's for
> your team you might sometimes tempted to say 'I'll
> take it'. This is not a game and it is rather more
> serious, surely?

As one broadcaster said yesterday this is what it's like to live through history and it's not nice.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by robbin April 04, 12:50PM

That's hardly the point now, is it?

Although we disagree on a number of things re Brexit, I hadn't thought you were that way inclined. Appears I was wrong, which is disappointing.

So, in terms of unlawful/disgraceful conduct, is there nowhere you draw the line in terms of moral disapproval, provided you get the result you want?

Seems not.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by robbin April 04, 12:57PM

Helpful to know your standpoint/morals though. I can save time not bothering to read or comment on your posts.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by Jenny1 April 04, 01:04PM

JohnL Wrote:
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> robbin Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > JohnL Wrote:
> >
> ---------------------------------------------
> As one broadcaster said yesterday this is what
> it's like to live through history and it's not
> nice.

Exactly so.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by robbin April 04, 01:06PM

I think we already know your standpoint Jen!

The lack of any intelligent debate on here is sometimes exasperating! I think I'm going to leave you to it, now I know your true colours...



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messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by JohnL April 04, 01:17PM

robbin Wrote:
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> I think we already know your standpoint Jen!
>
> The lack of any intelligent debate on here is
> sometimes exasperating! I think I'm going to leave
> you to it, now I know your true colours...

Sorry for not being up to your standard smiling smiley

Seriously some people are claiming on twitter they've had death threats - the standard on here might be not always top of the intellectual range (some posters might be, I'm not claiming to be) - but its not that bad and it's not really nasty either.

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Posted by Jenny1 April 04, 01:22PM

robbin Wrote:
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> I think I'm going to leave
> you to it, now I know your true colours...

I think that's a super idea.

But seriously. You seem very emotionally affected by the vote last night. I'm surprised by that. Surely there are only two sorts of people who would find it distressing. First there are those who have a financial interest in 'No Deal' (ie they've taken a major punt on a falling pound). Secondly there are the ideologically driven Brexiters who don't understand that their beloved 'tight timetable' has been one of the major factors scuppering their project. I know you voted 'Remain', so find it odd.

I doubt you're really interested in examining the moral and past criminal records of everyone in the Commons....but we can go through them one by one if you like.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by robbin April 04, 01:26PM

As my account has not yet been deleted, I've read your last post and can still reply, John. I quite appreciate you have not been nasty or abusive, however there's been a shift towards the lowest common denominator within a certain small group and some of the usual suspects' posts have become increasingly puerile, not to mention abusive, which is tiresome.



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messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by diable rouge April 04, 01:28PM

When it comes to securing votes in the HoC, morals go out of the window...[www.theguardian.com]
And then there's the sneaky 'double helpings in the school dinner queue' type... [twitter.com]

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by robbin April 04, 01:44PM

Jenny1 Wrote:
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> robbin Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I think I'm going to leave
> > you to it, now I know your true colours...
>
> I think that's a super idea.
>
> Not overly concerned what you think might be 'super'. I do expect you will think it is super to get closer to the point where you only have to communicate with those who share precisely the same views as you.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by Jenny1 April 04, 02:18PM

Well Robbin, people can, of course, have any view they like. But I will always speak out when arguments are made that discount the common good. You said you'd voted 'Remain', worked in a senior job in banking, but thought that 'No Deal' would be fine. You were quite happy to discount the views of the CBI, Bank of England, Trade Unions and BMA that 'No Deal' would be deeply damaging. I could only assume that you would be financially secure in any eventuality - and were not much concerned about what happened to other people.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by robbin April 04, 02:42PM

I don't work in a senior job in banking (and have never said I do). Careful who you call a 'banker'!

I would have thought you could have worked out what I do for a living by now, but in any event, it is not in banking, although I do spend quite a lot of time involved with bankers and banking related matters (but that's just one business sector of several that I get involved with).

Anyhoo, without any foil to the worst excesses of scaremongering, factual misstatements and self-serving postings, you should from now on enjoy being closer to only having to read posts you agree with - happy days!

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by Angelina April 04, 02:50PM

Robbin - if you go, I'll miss you

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