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Posted: 9 September 2019 6:20 PM
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If true then he needs to be immediately held to account on this.

https://mobile.twitter.com/BenPBradshaw/status/1171100881636548608
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Posted: 9 September 2019 7:25 PM
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That man has already shown himself to be a scheming Rat, so many people will see it for what it is ... pure childish spite. He seems to be the only one who cannot see that he is now a sad joke.
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Posted: 9 September 2019 8:16 PM
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747 - 2019-09-09 7:25 PM

That man has already shown himself to be a scheming Rat, so many people will see it for what it is ... pure childish spite. He seems to be the only one who cannot see that he is now a sad joke.

And there's me thinking you were a big Johnson fan?

It keeps getting better.....all documents and details on Yellowhammer to be disclosed to parliament. comms on no deal planning and proroguing parliament. So Downing street shredders will be working to melting point and Cummings will have already shipped in a fresh load of burner phones.

Neither Cummings or Johnson are QC's.....Grieve is, so knows the law.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-boris-johnson-parliament-no-deal-vote-operation-yellowhammer-dominic-cummings-a9098311.html
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Posted: 9 September 2019 11:14 PM
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Ooh, got another one on the line, hook line and sinker.

Are you sure I was talking about our saviour Boris?
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Posted: 10 September 2019 9:01 AM
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Yellowhammer was drawn up by Eeyore's treasury department .......

It's pretty clear from the interview on LBC with Moggy, that the treasury employed ranting Loser lunatics like Dr Nicol to write it ...........

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-politics-49597981/jacob-rees-mogg-dr-nicholl-as-irresponsible-as-dr-wakefield
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Posted: 10 September 2019 3:25 PM
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pelmetman - 2019-09-10 9:01 AM

Yellowhammer was drawn up by Eeyore's treasury department .......

It's pretty clear from the interview on LBC with Moggy, that the treasury employed ranting Loser lunatics like Dr Nicol to write it ...........

Which backfired on Mogg who cowardly hid behind parliamentary privilege to slander and defame a highly respected Consultant. He had to apologise after Britains chief medical officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, wrote personally lambasting his comments which were utterly despicable.

Outside of parliament Mogg would have been hauled into court and rightly sued.

You're a hypocrite, a serial leecher and abuser of NHS.
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Posted: 10 September 2019 11:14 PM
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pelmetman - 2019-09-10 9:01 AM

Yellowhammer was drawn up by Eeyore's treasury department .......

It's pretty clear from the interview on LBC with Moggy, that the treasury employed ranting Loser lunatics like Dr Nicol to write it ...........

Which backfired on Mogg who cowardly hid behind parliamentary privilege to slander and defame a highly respected Consultant. He had to apologise after Britains chief medical officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, wrote personally lambasting his comments which were utterly despicable.

Outside of parliament Mogg would have been hauled into court and rightly sued.

You're a hypocrite, a serial leecher and abuser of NHS.


Highly respected my a*se ........

He's just another rabid Remoaner .........

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Posted: 10 September 2019 11:47 PM
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pelmetman - 2019-09-10 11:14 PM

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pelmetman - 2019-09-10 9:01 AM

Yellowhammer was drawn up by Eeyore's treasury department .......

It's pretty clear from the interview on LBC with Moggy, that the treasury employed ranting Loser lunatics like Dr Nicol to write it ...........

Which backfired on Mogg who cowardly hid behind parliamentary privilege to slander and defame a highly respected Consultant. He had to apologise after Britains chief medical officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, wrote personally lambasting his comments which were utterly despicable.

Outside of parliament Mogg would have been hauled into court and rightly sued.

You're a hypocrite, a serial leecher and abuser of NHS.


Highly respected my a*se ........

He's just another rabid Remoaner .........

Well Mr Gobsh1te.......get off your miserable ass and have a face to face with Dr Nicholl to make the same slanderous comparison Mogg used and lets see where you end up. You haven't got the guts and just a spineless coward.
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Posted: 11 September 2019 9:07 AM
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pelmetman - 2019-09-10 9:01 AM

Yellowhammer was drawn up by Eeyore's treasury department .......

It's pretty clear from the interview on LBC with Moggy, that the treasury employed ranting Loser lunatics like Dr Nicol to write it ...........

Which backfired on Mogg who cowardly hid behind parliamentary privilege to slander and defame a highly respected Consultant. He had to apologise after Britains chief medical officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, wrote personally lambasting his comments which were utterly despicable.

Outside of parliament Mogg would have been hauled into court and rightly sued.

You're a hypocrite, a serial leecher and abuser of NHS.


Highly respected my a*se ........

He's just another rabid Remoaner .........

Well Mr Gobsh1te.......get off your miserable ass and have a face to face with Dr Nicholl to make the same slanderous comparison Mogg used and lets see where you end up. You haven't got the guts and just a spineless coward.


Hadn't you noticed?..........I treat all Remoaners the same .........

With contempt .......
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Posted: 11 September 2019 12:50 PM
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And now on BBC1 the Queen's Christmas Message. This programme contains strong language from the start.
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Posted: 11 September 2019 8:00 PM
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Yes, that will be true if we have a Labour Government.

She will probably be in the Caribbean as a Tax exile by then ... as will be anyone else who can afford the airfare.
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Posted: 11 September 2019 9:35 PM
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Give some thought as to why he lied?

"Currently, £8,274,350,000 (£8.3 billion) of aggregate short positions has been held by hedge funds connected to the Prime Minister and his Vote Leave campaign, run by his advisor Dominic Cummings, on a ‘no deal’ Brexit."

So sovereignty has a price.
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Posted: 11 September 2019 10:11 PM
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Fast Pat - 2019-09-11 9:35 PM

Give some thought as to why he lied?

"Currently, £8,274,350,000 (£8.3 billion) of aggregate short positions has been held by hedge funds connected to the Prime Minister and his Vote Leave campaign, run by his advisor Dominic Cummings, on a ‘no deal’ Brexit."

So sovereignty has a price.


https://bylinetimes.com/2019/09/11/brexit-disaster-capitalism-8-billion-bet-on-no-deal-crash-out-by-boris-johnsons-leave-backers/

Its pointless though. Brexiteers wont read it, they dont want to hear how Brexit was all about the rich getting richer and giving the plebs something to vote for that was just a load of bollox. Head in the sand.



Edited by Barryd999 2019-09-11 10:13 PM
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Posted: 11 September 2019 10:13 PM
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Fast Pat - 2019-09-11 9:35 PM

Give some thought as to why he lied?

"Currently, £8,274,350,000 (£8.3 billion) of aggregate short positions has been held by hedge funds connected to the Prime Minister and his Vote Leave campaign, run by his advisor Dominic Cummings, on a ‘no deal’ Brexit."

So sovereignty has a price.

Exactly.

https://bylinetimes.com/2019/09/11/brexit-disaster-capitalism-8-billion-bet-on-no-deal-crash-out-by-boris-johnsons-leave-backers/

https://bylinetimes.com/2019/03/13/the-disaster-capitalism-club-vote-leave-backers-who-made-billions-from-brexit/
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Posted: 11 September 2019 10:25 PM
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Barryd999 - 2019-09-11 10:11 PM

Fast Pat - 2019-09-11 9:35 PM

Give some thought as to why he lied?

"Currently, £8,274,350,000 (£8.3 billion) of aggregate short positions has been held by hedge funds connected to the Prime Minister and his Vote Leave campaign, run by his advisor Dominic Cummings, on a ‘no deal’ Brexit."

So sovereignty has a price.


https://bylinetimes.com/2019/09/11/brexit-disaster-capitalism-8-billion-bet-on-no-deal-crash-out-by-boris-johnsons-leave-backers/

Its pointless though. Brexiteers wont read it, they dont want to hear how Brexit was all about the rich getting richer and giving the plebs something to vote for that was just a load of bollox. Head in the sand.

Snap on posting! Yeah stand by for the nutty remarks from FreakyFrank.

Interesting tweets on Cadwalladrs twitter;

https://twitter.com/carolecadwalla/status/1171838817470431234
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Posted: 12 September 2019 6:37 AM
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What Johnson is doing is just how dictators start.
The Unelected Head of State gives the Unelected Prime Minister power to stop the Elected Parliament.
Is this our Unelected Head of State defending our Democracy.
But there are still those in the Elected Parliament with a conscience who will hold him to account - even at the cost of their own jobs.
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Posted: 12 September 2019 6:44 AM
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And if the opposition agreed to an election before 31 October whats to stop Johnson changing the election date till after his no-deal Brexit?
The Irish PM summed Johnson up pretty well when commenting on their talks. He said they won't swap a legally binding agreement for a promise. Which sums up what the international community thinks of Johnson's promises. And yet we are asked to believe they will not only give him a better deal than they offered Theresa May, but a better deal than we have already - encouraging everyone else to leave
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Posted: 12 September 2019 8:17 AM
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Fast Pat - 2019-09-11 9:35 PM

Give some thought as to why he lied?

"Currently, £8,274,350,000 (£8.3 billion) of aggregate short positions has been held by hedge funds connected to the Prime Minister and his Vote Leave campaign, run by his advisor Dominic Cummings, on a ‘no deal’ Brexit."

So sovereignty has a price.


...and they can stop an EU wide tax treaty getting into their Tax Havens by leaving the EU first.

But what sort of loser supports a no-deal Brexit when his income is in pounds and his expenditure in Euros

Edited by John52 2019-09-12 8:19 AM
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Posted: 12 September 2019 8:30 AM
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"Yesterday saw the publication of the court judgment that vindicated the Government over the prorogation of Parliament. Following the High Court’s dismissal last week of Gina Miller and Sir John Major’s claim that the prorogation was an "unlawful abuse of power", the full ruling of Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett, Master of the Rolls Sir Terence Etherton and President of the Queen's Bench Division Dame Victoria Sharp concluded that it was "not a matter for the courts" and the decision was "purely political" - and therefore not capable of challenge in the courts. In their judgment, they stated:

"We concluded that the decision of the Prime Minister was not justiciable [capable of challenge]. It is not a matter for the courts… The Prime Minister's decision that Parliament should be prorogued at the time and for the duration chosen and the advice given to Her Majesty to do so in the present case were political. They were inherently political in nature and there are no legal standards against which to judge their legitimacy."

Kinda looks like Tuesday should put the cherry on the top.........instead of Haggis ........

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Posted: 12 September 2019 8:42 AM
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pelmetman - 2019-09-12 8:30 AM

"Yesterday saw the publication of the court judgment that vindicated the Government over the prorogation of Parliament. Following the High Court’s dismissal last week of Gina Miller and Sir John Major’s claim that the prorogation was an "unlawful abuse of power", the full ruling of Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett, Master of the Rolls Sir Terence Etherton and President of the Queen's Bench Division Dame Victoria Sharp concluded that it was "not a matter for the courts" and the decision was "purely political" - and therefore not capable of challenge in the courts. In their judgment, they stated:

"We concluded that the decision of the Prime Minister was not justiciable [capable of challenge]. It is not a matter for the courts… The Prime Minister's decision that Parliament should be prorogued at the time and for the duration chosen and the advice given to Her Majesty to do so in the present case were political. They were inherently political in nature and there are no legal standards against which to judge their legitimacy."

Kinda looks like Tuesday should put the cherry on the top.........instead of Haggis ........



Does the Mad Hatter believe that judges appointed by the Prime Minister are independent of the Prime Minister
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Posted: 12 September 2019 8:43 AM
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pelmetman - 2019-09-12 8:30 AM

"Yesterday saw the publication of the court judgment that vindicated the Government over the prorogation of Parliament. Following the High Court’s dismissal last week of Gina Miller and Sir John Major’s claim that the prorogation was an "unlawful abuse of power", the full ruling of Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett, Master of the Rolls Sir Terence Etherton and President of the Queen's Bench Division Dame Victoria Sharp concluded that it was "not a matter for the courts" and the decision was "purely political" - and therefore not capable of challenge in the courts. In their judgment, they stated:

"We concluded that the decision of the Prime Minister was not justiciable [capable of challenge]. It is not a matter for the courts… The Prime Minister's decision that Parliament should be prorogued at the time and for the duration chosen and the advice given to Her Majesty to do so in the present case were political. They were inherently political in nature and there are no legal standards against which to judge their legitimacy."

Kinda looks like Tuesday should put the cherry on the top.........instead of Haggis ........



So if we get a Corbyn government and he prorogues Parliament for the full five years whilst he carries out his dastardly plan, you don't think the courts should intervene?
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Posted: 12 September 2019 8:45 AM
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Fast Pat - 2019-09-12 8:43 AM

pelmetman - 2019-09-12 8:30 AM

"Yesterday saw the publication of the court judgment that vindicated the Government over the prorogation of Parliament. Following the High Court’s dismissal last week of Gina Miller and Sir John Major’s claim that the prorogation was an "unlawful abuse of power", the full ruling of Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett, Master of the Rolls Sir Terence Etherton and President of the Queen's Bench Division Dame Victoria Sharp concluded that it was "not a matter for the courts" and the decision was "purely political" - and therefore not capable of challenge in the courts. In their judgment, they stated:

"We concluded that the decision of the Prime Minister was not justiciable [capable of challenge]. It is not a matter for the courts… The Prime Minister's decision that Parliament should be prorogued at the time and for the duration chosen and the advice given to Her Majesty to do so in the present case were political. They were inherently political in nature and there are no legal standards against which to judge their legitimacy."

Kinda looks like Tuesday should put the cherry on the top.........instead of Haggis ........



So if we get a Corbyn government and he prorogues Parliament for the full five years whilst he carries out his dastardly plan, you don't think the courts should intervene?


Thanks for the heads up ...........

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Posted: 12 September 2019 8:46 AM
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pelmetman - 2019-09-12 8:30 AM

"Yesterday saw the publication of the court judgment that vindicated the Government over the prorogation of Parliament. Following the High Court’s dismissal last week of Gina Miller and Sir John Major’s claim that the prorogation was an "unlawful abuse of power", the full ruling of Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett, Master of the Rolls Sir Terence Etherton and President of the Queen's Bench Division Dame Victoria Sharp concluded that it was "not a matter for the courts" and the decision was "purely political" - and therefore not capable of challenge in the courts. In their judgment, they stated:

"We concluded that the decision of the Prime Minister was not justiciable [capable of challenge]. It is not a matter for the courts… The Prime Minister's decision that Parliament should be prorogued at the time and for the duration chosen and the advice given to Her Majesty to do so in the present case were political. They were inherently political in nature and there are no legal standards against which to judge their legitimacy."

Kinda looks like Tuesday should put the cherry on the top.........instead of Haggis ........



Does the Mad Hatter believe that judges appointed by the Prime Minister are independent of the Prime Minister


Do you believe that judges appointed by Sturgeon are not rabid Nationalists? ..........

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Posted: 12 September 2019 9:21 AM
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pelmetman - 2019-09-12 8:45 AM

Fast Pat - 2019-09-12 8:43 AM

So if we get a Corbyn government and he prorogues Parliament for the full five years whilst he carries out his dastardly plan, you don't think the courts should intervene?


Thanks for the heads up ...........



And your answer to the actual question is? Remember we don't have a written constitution so our laws are based on precedents, if the courts cannot intervene that goes for all governments - is that what you want?
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Posted: 12 September 2019 9:30 AM
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Fast Pat - 2019-09-12 9:21 AM

pelmetman - 2019-09-12 8:45 AM

Fast Pat - 2019-09-12 8:43 AM

So if we get a Corbyn government and he prorogues Parliament for the full five years whilst he carries out his dastardly plan, you don't think the courts should intervene?


Thanks for the heads up ...........



And your answer to the actual question is? Remember we don't have a written constitution so our laws are based on precedents, if the courts cannot intervene that goes for all governments - is that what you want?


Do you really think the country would allow a Communist to prorogue Parliament for 5 years? ........

You need to cut back on the loopy juice .........

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pelmetman - 2019-09-12 9:30 AM

Fast Pat - 2019-09-12 9:21 AM

pelmetman - 2019-09-12 8:45 AM

Fast Pat - 2019-09-12 8:43 AM

So if we get a Corbyn government and he prorogues Parliament for the full five years whilst he carries out his dastardly plan, you don't think the courts should intervene?


Thanks for the heads up ...........



And your answer to the actual question is? Remember we don't have a written constitution so our laws are based on precedents, if the courts cannot intervene that goes for all governments - is that what you want?


Do you really think the country would allow a Communist to prorogue Parliament for 5 years? ........

You need to cut back on the loopy juice .........



So once the precedent is set how would you stop it?
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Posted: 12 September 2019 11:13 AM
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Fast Pat - 2019-09-12 9:38 AM

pelmetman - 2019-09-12 9:30 AM

Fast Pat - 2019-09-12 9:21 AM

pelmetman - 2019-09-12 8:45 AM

Fast Pat - 2019-09-12 8:43 AM

So if we get a Corbyn government and he prorogues Parliament for the full five years whilst he carries out his dastardly plan, you don't think the courts should intervene?


Thanks for the heads up ...........



And your answer to the actual question is? Remember we don't have a written constitution so our laws are based on precedents, if the courts cannot intervene that goes for all governments - is that what you want?


Do you really think the country would allow a Communist to prorogue Parliament for 5 years? ........

You need to cut back on the loopy juice .........



So once the precedent is set how would you stop it?


If Corbyn wants to prorogue Parliament for 5 weeks that's up to him .........

All the damage will already have been done .........

Migration will be dwarfed by emigration ..........and I'll one of the first to say adios amigos .......
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pelmetman - 2019-09-12 11:13 AM

If Corbyn wants to prorogue Parliament for 5 weeks that's up to him .........

All the damage will already have been done .........

Migration will be dwarfed by emigration ..........and I'll one of the first to say adios amigos .......


Finally you have provided a upside to all this brexs**t nonsense - when it fails to get through and we get a Corbyn government then you'll piss off - where to exactly? You need to be careful making such promises as Barry will be flipping back from the Libdems to a Labour voter just to see the back of you.

Edited by Fast Pat 2019-09-12 11:26 AM
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pelmetman - 2019-09-12 8:46 AM

John52 - 2019-09-12 8:42 AM

pelmetman - 2019-09-12 8:30 AM

"Yesterday saw the publication of the court judgment that vindicated the Government over the prorogation of Parliament. Following the High Court’s dismissal last week of Gina Miller and Sir John Major’s claim that the prorogation was an "unlawful abuse of power", the full ruling of Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett, Master of the Rolls Sir Terence Etherton and President of the Queen's Bench Division Dame Victoria Sharp concluded that it was "not a matter for the courts" and the decision was "purely political" - and therefore not capable of challenge in the courts. In their judgment, they stated:

"We concluded that the decision of the Prime Minister was not justiciable [capable of challenge]. It is not a matter for the courts… The Prime Minister's decision that Parliament should be prorogued at the time and for the duration chosen and the advice given to Her Majesty to do so in the present case were political. They were inherently political in nature and there are no legal standards against which to judge their legitimacy."

Kinda looks like Tuesday should put the cherry on the top.........instead of Haggis ........



Does the Mad Hatter believe that judges appointed by the Prime Minister are independent of the Prime Minister


Do you believe that judges appointed by Sturgeon are not rabid Nationalists? ..........



Whats that got to do with it?
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Fast Pat - 2019-09-12 11:23 AM

pelmetman - 2019-09-12 11:13 AM

If Corbyn wants to prorogue Parliament for 5 weeks that's up to him .........

All the damage will already have been done .........

Migration will be dwarfed by emigration ..........and I'll one of the first to say adios amigos .......


Finally you have provided a upside to all this brexs**t nonsense - when it fails to get through and we get a Corbyn government then you'll piss off - where to exactly? You need to be careful making such promises as Barry will be flipping back from the Libdems to a Labour voter just to see the back of you.


Nah, it wouldnt be the same without Dave. He manages to make me laugh every day with the nonsense he spouts. I too though would be interested as to where he intends to bugger off to if Corbyn gets in.
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