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Posted by diable rouge April 11, 09:35PM

I was going back to the 1950's for the Brexiters among us... smiling smiley

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Posted by keano77 April 11, 11:29PM

Sigh...such a golden age. Britain booming, 240 pence to the pound, yards, feet, inches, fractions, pounds, ounces, gallons, pints, fluid ounces etc etc

None of this EU Monopoly money and metric nonsense

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Posted by Seabag April 12, 07:53AM

keano77 Wrote:
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> Sigh...such a golden age. Britain booming, 240
> pence to the pound, yards, feet, inches,
> fractions, pounds, ounces, gallons, pints, fluid
> ounces etc etc
>
> None of this EU Monopoly money and metric nonsense

Jumpers for goalposts.

Spam fritters.

3 channels on the telly.

Oh yes, letís be having you!

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Posted by Alan Medic April 12, 08:25AM

Nigel forgot to do something...Ö

thebrexitparty.com

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Posted by Ole April 12, 09:16AM

DulwichFox Wrote:
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> We had none of this S**te when we joined in the
> 70's Welcomed with open arms.
>
> Hotel California .
>
> 'Relax,' said the night man,
> We are programmed to receive.
> You can checkout any time you like,
> But you can never leave!
>
> Foxy

Who is stopping us from leaving Foxy? Have the news got it wrong and itís the EU who has been coming to London asking for extensions? The uk could have left in March if it had really really really really wanted to - itís got nothing to do with the EU that parliament has decided that it doesnít want to leave without a deal.

Itís such a simple concept, yet Iíve come across well educated people who donít get it: The EU has no say over whether, as current EU members, we stay or leave. We can leave without a deal whenever we want, and if The UK changes its mind it can choose to stay unilaterally. Whatís so difficult to understand about that? Is it the word Ďunilaterallyí? Maybe people donít understand what the unilateral concept means in this context.

(Please donít say Ďitís the backstopí, because the backstop has nothing to do with the uk ability to unilaterally leave without a deal, or revoke and stay)



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Posted by diable rouge April 12, 10:40AM

keano77 Wrote:
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> Sigh...such a golden age. Britain booming, 240
> pence to the pound, yards, feet, inches,
> fractions, pounds, ounces, gallons, pints, fluid
> ounces etc etc
>
> None of this EU Monopoly money and metric nonsense

I swing both ways, can't beat a good old fashioned foot and inch, and have even been known to go the extra mile and exchange fluid ounces. But when I'm feeling really adventurous I like to dabble in grams and candelas.
Does that mean I'm bimetric, or should that be biimperial, or perhaps it's bimetricimperial, although a bit of a mouthful that last one, so to speak...

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Posted by JohnL April 12, 11:03AM

Faisal Islam is off (Sky News) ... but then he's back (BBC News)

One of the best Polictical hacks IMHO.

[news.sky.com]

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Posted by JohnL April 12, 11:05AM

keano77 Wrote:
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> Sigh...such a golden age. Britain booming, 240
> pence to the pound, yards, feet, inches,
> fractions, pounds, ounces, gallons, pints, fluid
> ounces etc etc
>
> None of this EU Monopoly money and metric nonsense

When I studied Physics we learnt it all in metric (SI units) even though it was 1987.

One day I picked up a book in the university library describing physics in Imperial units - just WOW - and I thought what I studied was complicated.

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Posted by diable rouge April 12, 12:07PM

JohnL Wrote:
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> Faisal Islam is off (Sky News) ... but then he's
> back (BBC News)
>
> One of the best Polictical hacks IMHO.
>
> [news.sky.com]
> w-seat-in-a-roller-coaster-of-mutating-political-c
> rises-11691196

Sky's news is mileskilometers better than the BBC's, far more factual than the Beeb's perceived 'balance'. Will be interesting to see whether FI changes how he reports and tweets...

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by Angelina April 12, 07:09PM

Hahhhaaah. Funniest thing all week. Sky? Factual? Ffs

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by JohnL April 13, 08:58AM

The BBC at the moment are awful. Hope Faisal improves them.

Farage love in yesterday and he is saying some provocative stuff.

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Posted by Jules-and-Boo April 13, 10:39AM

At least someone is.

I wish for revival of Spitting Image. They would have a field day,

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by Captain Marvel April 13, 10:50AM

When they needed a Yasser Arafat puppet, they just put a tea towel on Ringo Starr

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Posted by sjsl April 13, 11:38AM

Ha ha brilliant news... Farage's website has been hijacked [thebrexitparty.com]

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Posted by malumbu April 13, 12:55PM

Aghh please don't go down the imperial route - "we fought two world wars for the right to use arbitrary units that don't use base 10 nonsense". Brave new world of the early 70s when the UK still believed it was at the cutting edge of technology (which to be fair there are numerous examples of where we were - but that is another subject). School kids like myself were drilled in metric, Kellogg had a campaign at that time on their cereal packets - something like 1 metre equals feet 3.3, it's bigger than a yard you see. Yet 45 years later market stalls in leave dominant areas still feel that they have a right to be metric martyrs...

Canada get it. Ireland get it. We can get it. Or align to America where it will take another millennium.

Have switched off BBC news and moved to Channel 4. Newsnight fine though.

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Posted by Sue April 15, 09:22PM

sjsl Wrote:
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> Ha ha brilliant news... Farage's website has been
> hijacked [thebrexitparty.com]


big grin big grin big grin

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by DulwichFox April 16, 04:12PM

So if there were a General Election

Main Choices could be. In no particular order.

1, Boris Johnson

2. Nigel Farage

3. Jeremy Corbyn

4. Vince Cable

Or forget about an Election and Let the EU continue to run the country.

Foxy.



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Posted by Sue April 16, 04:28PM

DulwichFox Wrote:
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> Or forget about an Election and Let the EU
> continue to run the country.



How exactly is the EU "running the country", Dulwich Fox?

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Posted by DulwichFox April 16, 04:41PM

Sue Wrote:
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> DulwichFox Wrote:

> > Or forget about an Election and Let the EU
> > continue to run the country.
>
> How exactly is the EU "running the country",
> Dulwich Fox?


Well it's not Theresa May and certainly not Jeremy Corbyn (Thank God)
Who else do you think makes the Rules ?

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by JohnL April 16, 04:50PM

You really need to check out Boris. Some of the stories about him. Here's only one.

[zelo-street.blogspot.com]

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Posted by DulwichFox April 16, 06:26PM

Sue.

I'm sorry, I did not intend to PM you and have updated the my reply as of above.

I tried to reply to your PM but it would seem your Message Box is now Full.
You need to delete some messages to make space for any more.

foxy

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Posted by alice April 16, 07:50PM

Isnít cable retiring?
Farage is a small puppet.
Boris is not electable north of Watford.

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Posted by JohnL April 17, 10:54AM

More Arron Banks stuff - but he's just laughing basically. The reply to the petition requesting an inquiry says it all.

[www.channel4.com]

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Posted by JohnL April 17, 11:16AM

It's as if (forgetting Trump) that Nancy Pelosi has been sent to knock some heads together (she's met the other sides too).

[www.irishtimes.com]

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Posted by DulwichFox April 17, 12:19PM

alice Wrote:
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> Isnít cable retiring?
> Farage is a small puppet.
> Boris is not electable north of Watford.

and Corbyn ? What about Corbyn.
Ģ Blair has 10 homes ? The ones we know about.
He makes a fortune by speaking at lucrative events.
Corbyn is after a Slice of this very Lucrative Pie.

Labour could not give a shite about the #Homeless

Brexit or no Brexit.

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by JohnL April 17, 02:02PM

Brexit Party in the lead 27% according to YouGov (take it with a pinch of salt as the poll assumes a low turnout similar to 4 years ago)

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by Jules-and-Boo April 17, 02:29PM

wow. what does that say!

messageRe: Brexit View
Posted by Hemingway April 17, 02:36PM

that, a re-run of the referendum will likely give us the same result.

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Posted by JohnL April 17, 03:45PM

It's early days but Farage has definitely got off the mark quick. A win for his party could kill a second referendum dead.

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Posted by alice April 17, 04:00PM

And the reverse.

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