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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Post by Rooster » Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:23 am

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Dave wrote:I hear the DUP are not happy with the EU divorce deal, discuss....
Quite smug to have done a deal for the supply and demand agreement, they got what £100M drawdown, something like that, we know now they will never see a red cent of the rest. Owned by May.

The UK, eh? Shambles

They need us more than we need them. Really, shambles.

Take back control, eh? Of what?

LOOK ............... anyone who thought BRexit was a good idea can just suck my Lil. Wabheads. :banghead: :banghead: :banghead:
This vile little shythole looks to be remaining in the single market then. According to reports anyway. We will know more about Mayhem's cunning plan tommorrow. It would be so poetic if the DUP destroyed their precious union through their own greed and incompetence.
If you actually study the relevant part it ties NI to the UK but let's trade continue as normal here , it is time limited though and then depends on what trade deals are finalised if no deal is finalised and UK goes WTO then a hard border comes into play. There are animal and plant disease measures though which is good for agriculture on both sides and is essential to maintain at EU level or higher.
DUP probably pi$$ed off because it does not force everyone to buy buses from Ballymena.
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Post by BaggyTrousers » Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:41 am

Rooster wrote:
Dave wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:
Dave wrote:I hear the DUP are not happy with the EU divorce deal, discuss....
Quite smug to have done a deal for the supply and demand agreement, they got what £100M drawdown, something like that, we know now they will never see a red cent of the rest. Owned by May.

The UK, eh? Shambles

They need us more than we need them. Really, shambles.

Take back control, eh? Of what?

LOOK ............... anyone who thought BRexit was a good idea can just suck my Lil. Wabheads. :banghead: :banghead: :banghead:
This vile little shythole looks to be remaining in the single market then. According to reports anyway. We will know more about Mayhem's cunning plan tommorrow. It would be so poetic if the DUP destroyed their precious union through their own greed and incompetence.
If you actually study the relevant part it ties NI to the UK but let's trade continue as normal here , it is time limited though and then depends on what trade deals are finalised if no deal is finalised and UK goes WTO then a hard border comes into play. There are animal and plant disease measures though which is good for agriculture on both sides and is essential to maintain at EU level or higher.
DUP probably pi$$ed off because it does not force everyone to buy buses from Ballymena.
This was an "option" discussed here over a year ago, the simple device of more or less ignoring all trade rules along the Irish border, aka The "It'll be grand" backstop. Sounds daft, makes sense, for there is no other arrangement would satisfy enough people to be workable.

The border is 310 miles long, it has 275 crossings, if they were safe from a bullet in the jaxi, customs post could bring huge employment, man every bloody one with a squad of rummagers.

It's a great pity that the only people who will have watched Spotlight last night already know the DUP are despicable wabs and that Foster is just an ignorant harridan who blusters and lies..........the DUPer Way. If half the population watched it, the DUP would be on its way out. but LOOK .....if there was an election themarra, they'd win it in case themuns gat in, same goes for Murca, what has passed for civilisation is in retreat the West, scumbegs rising.
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Post by Dave » Thu Nov 15, 2018 11:31 am

The thing seems to be dead in the water now. With the resignations coming in.
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Post by BaggyTrousers » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:22 pm

Bloodbath in the Commons, Mrs May is a dead shemale walking. What an unholy mess.

Dom Wab pledging loyalty whilst positioning himself to replace the Maybot. :roll:
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Post by Rooster » Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:27 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:Bloodbath in the Commons, Mrs May is a dead shemale walking. What an unholy mess.

Dom Wab pledging loyalty whilst positioning himself to replace the Maybot. :roll:
Probably positioned himself shorting on sterling during the meeting knowing sterling would drop like a stone after the truth coming out this morning.
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Post by WeeWorld » Thu Nov 15, 2018 3:50 pm

There was some chap on the today programme on Radio Four this morning who gave a plausible scenario (he based it on something similar that happened in the US not too long ago). It was that Parliament could reject the Brexit deal. This could then pretty quickly trigger such an economic crisis (pound, ftse tanking, open attacks on the government by business leaders, etc) that it would unnerve MPs, and then May would put it to he House again and it would pass.
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Infuriating isn't it

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Post by Dave » Thu Nov 15, 2018 11:32 pm

The only responsible thing now to do is have another referendum.
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Post by BaggyTrousers » Fri Nov 16, 2018 4:04 pm

Dave wrote:The only responsible thing now to do is have another referendum.
Just waiting to hear the date, but according to polls (yes I know, who needs experts) it will still be a close run thing, given the huge majority of the UK population are in England & Wales and therefore thicker than pigshite as a general rule, though of course not exclusively.

As for SmallMind's scenario, I won't say it couldn't happen, but no responsible politician would inflict that amount of damage to the economy and expect to have a future. The problem with that is that we have a generation of politicians of convenience rather than conviction. FFFS as I said to a pal over gins the other day, the cupboard is so bare that you couldn't even name one of these shysters on a level as even poor old grey John Major, the man who may inadvertently have fertilised one of Rotten Egg Currie's hatchlings.

The UK, eh? Shambles, though I hear the word shambles is taking great offence at being used in connection with what is simply a major fu'ck-up of catastrophic proportions.
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Post by BaggyTrousers » Fri Nov 16, 2018 4:37 pm

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Nice to see Big Gav standing between Paisley Jnr & Ferngully to ensure neither can cop a quick grope for old times' sake.
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Post by Rooster » Wed Nov 21, 2018 12:29 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:
big mervyn wrote:Image
Nice to see Big Gav standing between Paisley Jnr & Ferngully to ensure neither can cop a quick grope for old times' sake.
What a miserable looking shower of excrement
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Post by WeeWorld » Wed Nov 21, 2018 3:03 pm

Rooster wrote:
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big mervyn wrote:Image
Nice to see Big Gav standing between Paisley Jnr & Ferngully to ensure neither can cop a quick grope for old times' sake.
What a miserable looking shower of excrement
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Post by Big-al » Fri Nov 23, 2018 11:24 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:
Dave wrote:The only responsible thing now to do is have another referendum.
Just waiting to hear the date, but according to polls (yes I know, who needs experts) it will still be a close run thing, given the huge majority of the UK population are in England & Wales and therefore thicker than pigshite as a general rule, though of course not exclusively.

As for SmallMind's scenario, I won't say it couldn't happen, but no responsible politician would inflict that amount of damage to the economy and expect to have a future. The problem with that is that we have a generation of politicians of convenience rather than conviction. FFFS as I said to a pal over gins the other day, the cupboard is so bare that you couldn't even name one of these shysters on a level as even poor old grey John Major, the man who may inadvertently have fertilised one of Rotten Egg Currie's hatchlings.

The UK, eh? Shambles, though I hear the word shambles is taking great offence at being used in connection with what is simply a major fu'ck-up of catastrophic proportions.
Hammond seems responsible.

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