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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Russ » Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:51 pm

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Russ wrote:She advocated skills based immigration system, one I think 95% of UK residents know we need




95% of UK residents don't know what a skills based immigration system entails. We often hear the term 'like Australia'. Speak to Australians and they will tell you about the utter nonsense in the implementation of their immigration policies.

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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby BaggyTrousers » Tue Jan 24, 2017 12:02 pm

Well, the Supreme Court have told Mrs Mantis to behave herself & a bill for trigger BRexit must pass through both the Commons and the Lords.

The Commons will be a pushover as the Fossil has said he expects Labour MPs to vote in favour. The Lords is a different matter, no govt majority & the could get a tad testy as they probably well know that it was her fear of the Lords rather than the Commons that drove Mrs Mantis to act all regal & say, I'm doing it, fu@k yis.

Only their Lordships & Ladyships will possibly delay matters beyond March but at least what the people voted for allegedly, the sovereignty of parliament is to be seen to be done.

Congratulations to the Supreme Court, I don't trust May, I see a previous history of making a balls of things under her watch, I'm not convinced by her all things to all Brits speeches & doubt her competence. She should not be encouraged to believe herself to be above the laws of the land and able to ride roughshod over parliament.

A good day for justice, and not really a bad day for BRexiteers, it will not matter in the long run.
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Snipe Watson » Tue Jan 24, 2017 11:14 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:Well, the Supreme Court have told Mrs Mantis to behave herself & a bill for trigger BRexit must pass through both the Commons and the Lords.

The Commons will be a pushover as the Fossil has said he expects Labour MPs to vote in favour. The Lords is a different matter, no govt majority & the could get a tad testy as they probably well know that it was her fear of the Lords rather than the Commons that drove Mrs Mantis to act all regal & say, I'm doing it, fu@k yis.

Only their Lordships & Ladyships will possibly delay matters beyond March but at least what the people voted for allegedly, the sovereignty of parliament is to be seen to be done.

Congratulations to the Supreme Court, I don't trust May, I see a previous history of making a balls of things under her watch, I'm not convinced by her all things to all Brits speeches & doubt her competence. She should not be encouraged to believe herself to be above the laws of the land and able to ride roughshod over parliament.

A good day for justice, and not really a bad day for BRexiteers, it will not matter in the long run.

Absolutely the correct decision. This is a parliamentary democracy after all. Like Les Kiss, they should be allowed to do their job without being sandbagged or railroaded.
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Rooster » Thu Jan 26, 2017 10:47 am

Snipe Watson wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:Well, the Supreme Court have told Mrs Mantis to behave herself & a bill for trigger BRexit must pass through both the Commons and the Lords.

The Commons will be a pushover as the Fossil has said he expects Labour MPs to vote in favour. The Lords is a different matter, no govt majority & the could get a tad testy as they probably well know that it was her fear of the Lords rather than the Commons that drove Mrs Mantis to act all regal & say, I'm doing it, fu@k yis.

Only their Lordships & Ladyships will possibly delay matters beyond March but at least what the people voted for allegedly, the sovereignty of parliament is to be seen to be done.

Congratulations to the Supreme Court, I don't trust May, I see a previous history of making a balls of things under her watch, I'm not convinced by her all things to all Brits speeches & doubt her competence. She should not be encouraged to believe herself to be above the laws of the land and able to ride roughshod over parliament.

A good day for justice, and not really a bad day for BRexiteers, it will not matter in the long run.

Absolutely the correct decision. This is a parliamentary democracy after all. Like Les Kiss, they should be allowed to do their job without being sandbagged or railroaded.

They should have let her trigger article 50 then shot her for treason
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby BR » Thu Jan 26, 2017 1:49 pm

Can anyone explain to me the labour party's/parties' approach to this?
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby BaggyTrousers » Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:06 pm

Rooster wrote:
Snipe Watson wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:Well, the Supreme Court have told Mrs Mantis to behave herself & a bill for trigger BRexit must pass through both the Commons and the Lords.

The Commons will be a pushover as the Fossil has said he expects Labour MPs to vote in favour. The Lords is a different matter, no govt majority & the could get a tad testy as they probably well know that it was her fear of the Lords rather than the Commons that drove Mrs Mantis to act all regal & say, I'm doing it, fu@k yis.

Only their Lordships & Ladyships will possibly delay matters beyond March but at least what the people voted for allegedly, the sovereignty of parliament is to be seen to be done.

Congratulations to the Supreme Court, I don't trust May, I see a previous history of making a balls of things under her watch, I'm not convinced by her all things to all Brits speeches & doubt her competence. She should not be encouraged to believe herself to be above the laws of the land and able to ride roughshod over parliament.

A good day for justice, and not really a bad day for BRexiteers, it will not matter in the long run.

Absolutely the correct decision. This is a parliamentary democracy after all. Like Les Kiss, they should be allowed to do their job without being sandbagged or railroaded.

They should have let her trigger article 50 then shot her for treason


I could go with that, the spindly legged bitch. I will gain modest respect for her if she tells Mr Fart that he is a torturing international criminal with the morals of an amoeba. However I expect she will come back with an RHI amount of hot air being blown up her ass by America First.

I discovered today that overnight POTUS Fart has announced India as USA's new best friend, so with Israel clearly the real best friend I suppose Mrs Mantis will settle for the position formerly occupied by Tony B Liar as 1st poodle to the President and return hence with the sage advice to build a wall in the middle of La Manche.

I look forward to hearing which parts of the apparently brief white paper the SNP propose to fit it's promised 50 amendments around.
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Russ » Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:08 pm

That must be one short Bill to be drafted and approved since Tuesday

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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Cap'n Grumpy » Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:30 pm

Rooster wrote:
Snipe Watson wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:Well, the Supreme Court have told Mrs Mantis to behave herself & a bill for trigger BRexit must pass through both the Commons and the Lords.

The Commons will be a pushover as the Fossil has said he expects Labour MPs to vote in favour. The Lords is a different matter, no govt majority & the could get a tad testy as they probably well know that it was her fear of the Lords rather than the Commons that drove Mrs Mantis to act all regal & say, I'm doing it, fu@k yis.

Only their Lordships & Ladyships will possibly delay matters beyond March but at least what the people voted for allegedly, the sovereignty of parliament is to be seen to be done.

Congratulations to the Supreme Court, I don't trust May, I see a previous history of making a balls of things under her watch, I'm not convinced by her all things to all Brits speeches & doubt her competence. She should not be encouraged to believe herself to be above the laws of the land and able to ride roughshod over parliament.

A good day for justice, and not really a bad day for BRexiteers, it will not matter in the long run.

Absolutely the correct decision. This is a parliamentary democracy after all. Like Les Kiss, they should be allowed to do their job without being sandbagged or railroaded.

They should have let her trigger article 50 then shot her for treason

Nice use of the words "trigger" and "shot" in the one sentence there Rooster. :thumleft:

Ironically, they would have to wait until it was concluded though, not just triggered ....... under European law, we haven't been allowed to just go shooting people for treason for a wee while now. >sniper

Otherwise, she could have been the first victim of British justice in the new era. :lol:
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby BaggyTrousers » Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:45 pm

BR wrote:Can anyone explain to me the labour party's/parties' approach to this?


Yes. It's called Corbyn's Strategy of Non-Interest.

Jezza the Fossil, a man out of his time, but sadly not yet out of time, continues to apply death by a million fu@kups to the Labour Party. Fair enough Mrs Mantis barely uttered a word in the referendum campaign but of those who "put in a shift" Jez was not one.

He is like a man who could barely conceal his total ambivalence & is now taking what he believes is the shrewd move of saying "we will not block article 50" so somebody doesn't tell him he's unelectable having gone against 52% of the "will of the people".

And that BR is it from start to finish. A hotchpotch of non-joined up dithering, for if you're going to dither properly, like Jez should, always make sure it's joined up.

I expect a large number of Labour's rump will vote against A50, primarily those from areas which voted remain, the testicle that is the Liberals will huff and puff and say never,never, never without the promise of a referendum of the BReit deal & the SNP will undoubtedly play silly buggers to stall delay & annoy.

Mrs Mantis will be thrilled to have Corruption Hot Air Central, aka The fu@king DUPers, voting staunchly in favour of what the people of NI don't want, the Shinners will not bother their respective shiteboxes voting against what the people of NI don't want . And then we wonder why nobody get's anything but a grandfathered hot air sheme. :duh:

I may not have mentioned it but I hate this vile wee statelet. I also hate Britain, barring Scotland occasionally, the USA in which the fourth Reich is growing and barely a news report of what the maniac is doing, most of the rest of the uncivilised world.

So their you go BR, Labour Policy plus.
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Rooster » Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:51 pm

Cap'n Grumpy wrote:
Rooster wrote:
Snipe Watson wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:Well, the Supreme Court have told Mrs Mantis to behave herself & a bill for trigger BRexit must pass through both the Commons and the Lords.

The Commons will be a pushover as the Fossil has said he expects Labour MPs to vote in favour. The Lords is a different matter, no govt majority & the could get a tad testy as they probably well know that it was her fear of the Lords rather than the Commons that drove Mrs Mantis to act all regal & say, I'm doing it, fu@k yis.

Only their Lordships & Ladyships will possibly delay matters beyond March but at least what the people voted for allegedly, the sovereignty of parliament is to be seen to be done.

Congratulations to the Supreme Court, I don't trust May, I see a previous history of making a balls of things under her watch, I'm not convinced by her all things to all Brits speeches & doubt her competence. She should not be encouraged to believe herself to be above the laws of the land and able to ride roughshod over parliament.

A good day for justice, and not really a bad day for BRexiteers, it will not matter in the long run.

Absolutely the correct decision. This is a parliamentary democracy after all. Like Les Kiss, they should be allowed to do their job without being sandbagged or railroaded.

They should have let her trigger article 50 then shot her for treason

Nice use of the words "trigger" and "shot" in the one sentence there Rooster. :thumleft:

Ironically, they would have to wait until it was concluded though, not just triggered ....... under European law, we haven't been allowed to just go shooting people for treason for a wee while now. >sniper

Otherwise, she could have been the first victim of British justice in the new era.

Bound to be some old treason law for burning, hanging, shooting or dispatching of traitors that has not been used for a while but is still in force Grumps, if not sure make one up as she won't know the difference anyway.
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby BR » Thu Jan 26, 2017 3:41 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:
BR wrote:Can anyone explain to me the labour party's/parties' approach to this?


Yes. It's called Corbyn's Strategy of Non-Interest.

Jezza the Fossil, a man out of his time, but sadly not yet out of time, continues to apply death by a million fu@kups to the Labour Party. Fair enough Mrs Mantis barely uttered a word in the referendum campaign but of those who "put in a shift" Jez was not one.

He is like a man who could barely conceal his total ambivalence & is now taking what he believes is the shrewd move of saying "we will not block article 50" so somebody doesn't tell him he's unelectable having gone against 52% of the "will of the people".

And that BR is it from start to finish. A hotchpotch of non-joined up dithering, for if you're going to dither properly, like Jez should, always make sure it's joined up.

I expect a large number of Labour's rump will vote against A50, primarily those from areas which voted remain, the testicle that is the Liberals will huff and puff and say never,never, never without the promise of a referendum of the BReit deal & the SNP will undoubtedly play silly buggers to stall delay & annoy.

Mrs Mantis will be thrilled to have Corruption Hot Air Central, aka The fu@king DUPers, voting staunchly in favour of what the people of NI don't want, the Shinners will not bother their respective shiteboxes voting against what the people of NI don't want . And then we wonder why nobody get's anything but a grandfathered hot air sheme. :duh:

I may not have mentioned it but I hate this vile wee statelet. I also hate Britain, barring Scotland occasionally, the USA in which the fourth Reich is growing and barely a news report of what the maniac is doing, most of the rest of the uncivilised world.

So their you go BR, Labour Policy plus.


Since when did Corbyn dictate party policy?

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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Cap'n Grumpy » Thu Jan 26, 2017 5:03 pm

Rooster wrote:
Cap'n Grumpy wrote:
Rooster wrote:
Snipe Watson wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:Well, the Supreme Court have told Mrs Mantis to behave herself & a bill for trigger BRexit must pass through both the Commons and the Lords.

The Commons will be a pushover as the Fossil has said he expects Labour MPs to vote in favour. The Lords is a different matter, no govt majority & the could get a tad testy as they probably well know that it was her fear of the Lords rather than the Commons that drove Mrs Mantis to act all regal & say, I'm doing it, fu@k yis.

Only their Lordships & Ladyships will possibly delay matters beyond March but at least what the people voted for allegedly, the sovereignty of parliament is to be seen to be done.

Congratulations to the Supreme Court, I don't trust May, I see a previous history of making a balls of things under her watch, I'm not convinced by her all things to all Brits speeches & doubt her competence. She should not be encouraged to believe herself to be above the laws of the land and able to ride roughshod over parliament.

A good day for justice, and not really a bad day for BRexiteers, it will not matter in the long run.

Absolutely the correct decision. This is a parliamentary democracy after all. Like Les Kiss, they should be allowed to do their job without being sandbagged or railroaded.

They should have let her trigger article 50 then shot her for treason

Nice use of the words "trigger" and "shot" in the one sentence there Rooster. :thumleft:

Ironically, they would have to wait until it was concluded though, not just triggered ....... under European law, we haven't been allowed to just go shooting people for treason for a wee while now. >sniper

Otherwise, she could have been the first victim of British justice in the new era.

Bound to be some old treason law for burning, hanging, shooting or dispatching of traitors that has not been used for a while but is still in force Grumps, if not sure make one up as she won't know the difference anyway.

I suspect there were a few wherethe death penalty wasn't removed from the statute books, but fortunately or unfortunately (depending on your point of view), European law trumped (sorry for that) British law and doesn't allow for burning, hanging, shooting or otherwise dispatching of traitors or anyone else the state may wish to do away with.

Need to get out of Europe if you want to do that sort of thing! :stir:
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby BR » Thu Jan 26, 2017 5:23 pm

Now, now, Captain. The death penalty was abolished by Act of UK parliament 1998. Don't blame/credit the EU.
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Cap'n Grumpy » Thu Jan 26, 2017 6:24 pm

BR wrote:Now, now, Captain. The death penalty was abolished by Act of UK parliament 1998. Don't blame/credit the EU.

Ok ...... fair enuffski ...... but it is the European Convention on Human Rights that prevents its restoration in the UK should Rooster wish to try to have Saint Theresa executed for treason. >EW

Obviously Rooster must be in favour of Brexit .......... :lol:
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Dave » Thu Jan 26, 2017 7:49 pm

I wonder will May and Trump come up with a good US-Brit trade deal? She wouldn't want to sell off the NHS would she?

Brexit killed TTIP sure. It can't happen.
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