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Nigel Kennedy the world famous and brilliant violinist has said he's not going to live in England and Poland anymore , he divides his time between the two but now says they are both racist and fascist countries , England that way because of the Brexit vote he says ... Pretty strong stuff ... Wonder if he'll extend that obvious hate for Brexit voters and attempt not to sell his music to them or perform live to them ... Goodby Nigel
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Yep. I may do that. Being a musician just on the brink of global success it will be your loss Antony. No more music videos for you! I may allow you to view me new Christmas one when its in the can just as a goodwill gesture knowing how much you love them.

 

The celebs (well the good ones) were definitely pro remain. Have a look at this list. http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/brexit/2016/06/celebrity-brexit-wars-which-famous-people-are-and-against-leaving-eu

 

Remain has shining examples such as-

 

Richard Branson

 

Patrick Stewart

 

JK Rowling

 

Martin Lewis

 

Karren Brady

 

Emma Thompson

 

Jeremy Clarkson

 

Elton John

 

Jo Brand

 

James May

 

Steve Coogan

 

Stephen Hawking

 

Keira Knightley (Drool) :D

 

Professor Brian Cox

 

John Hurt

 

David and Victoria Beckham!

 

Daniel Craig

 

Bill Nighy

 

And of course the very talented and your favourite Lilly Allen! :D

 

 

Who do you have on the Out side?

 

Joan Collins

 

Katie Hopkins

 

Cheryl Baker

 

And Keith Fecking Chegwin!!! :D

 

 

 

 

 

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And guess what they all have in common?

 

Enough money to be able to afford to be comfort pretend non racist socialists without risking anything.

 

What's the betting they all keep a pad in the UK and maintain links with this land of racists - the land that gave them the opportunity to get what they have?

 

Examples of true bigotry perchance?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Barryd999 - 2016-11-19 12:13 PM

 

Yep. I may do that. Being a musician just on the brink of global success it will be your loss Antony. No more music videos for you! I may allow you to view me new Christmas one when its in the can just as a goodwill gesture knowing how much you love them.

 

The celebs (well the good ones) were definitely pro remain. Have a look at this list. http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/brexit/2016/06/celebrity-brexit-wars-which-famous-people-are-and-against-leaving-eu

 

Remain has shining examples such as-

 

Richard Branson

 

Patrick Stewart

 

JK Rowling

 

Martin Lewis

 

Karren Brady

 

Emma Thompson

 

Jeremy Clarkson

 

Elton John

 

Jo Brand

 

James May

 

Steve Coogan

 

Stephen Hawking

 

Keira Knightley (Drool) :D

 

Professor Brian Cox

 

John Hurt

 

David and Victoria Beckham!

 

Daniel Craig

 

Bill Nighy

 

And of course the very talented and your favourite Lilly Allen! :D

 

 

Who do you have on the Out side?

 

Joan Collins

 

Katie Hopkins

 

Cheryl Baker

 

And Keith Fecking Chegwin!!! :D

 

 

 

 

 

I think Christopher Biggins was Leave vote Barry too ... Anyway I think the celeb vote puts folk off ... Who gives a stuff what they think ??? I'll tell ya who ... Nobody , they were out in numbers for the Remain vote here and Hilary had most of Hollywood out for her and look what happened ... Look at Cheryl Baker though ... She won Europes top comp The Eurovision Song Contest with Bucks Fizz and even she wants out ... Nuff said for me

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Tracker - 2016-11-19 12:21 PM

 

And guess what they all have in common?

 

Enough money to be able to afford to be comfort pretend non racist socialists without risking anything.

 

What's the betting they all keep a pad in the UK and maintain links with this land of racists - the land that gave them the opportunity to get what they have?

 

Examples of true bigotry perchance?

 

Well the ones on my IN list are certainly wealthier than the also rans in the OUT list by a country mile. However surely the celebs in the OUT list who havent got a pot to pish in are taking the greater risk as its pretty much accepted that financially we will be worse off at least in the short term if we leave the EU. Surely those with wealth can afford the risk of Brexit if its what they believe in.

 

 

 

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antony1969 - 2016-11-19 12:47 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2016-11-19 12:13 PM

 

Yep. I may do that. Being a musician just on the brink of global success it will be your loss Antony. No more music videos for you! I may allow you to view me new Christmas one when its in the can just as a goodwill gesture knowing how much you love them.

 

The celebs (well the good ones) were definitely pro remain. Have a look at this list. http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/brexit/2016/06/celebrity-brexit-wars-which-famous-people-are-and-against-leaving-eu

 

Remain has shining examples such as-

 

Richard Branson

 

Patrick Stewart

 

JK Rowling

 

Martin Lewis

 

Karren Brady

 

Emma Thompson

 

Jeremy Clarkson

 

Elton John

 

Jo Brand

 

James May

 

Steve Coogan

 

Stephen Hawking

 

Keira Knightley (Drool) :D

 

Professor Brian Cox

 

John Hurt

 

David and Victoria Beckham!

 

Daniel Craig

 

Bill Nighy

 

And of course the very talented and your favourite Lilly Allen! :D

 

 

Who do you have on the Out side?

 

Joan Collins

 

Katie Hopkins

 

Cheryl Baker

 

And Keith Fecking Chegwin!!! :D

 

 

 

 

 

I think Christopher Biggins was Leave vote Barry too ... Anyway I think the celeb vote puts folk off ... Who gives a stuff what they think ??? I'll tell ya who ... Nobody , they were out in numbers for the Remain vote here and Hilary had most of Hollywood out for her and look what happened ... Look at Cheryl Baker though ... She won Europes top comp The Eurovision Song Contest with Bucks Fizz and even she wants out ... Nuff said for me

 

You might be right Antony about the first bit. Bob Geldofs boat did us no favours.

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Good for him. I'm thinking of doing the same thing.....we're already out of the country for 6 mths every year. Need somewhere that I can get my state pension paid in full.

 

Next thing is to check on my Irish amcestors, and try for a green passport!

 

That's enough winding up for now, this game is just too easy.

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starvin marvin - 2016-11-19 2:30 PM

Need somewhere that I can get my state pension paid in full.

 

Why not set an example to all they alleged celebrities and to all of us softies and stand up and be counted as a true anti racist by forfeitng all of your UK benefits as a matter of principle?

 

Unlike the rest of us who have no principles and choose to live where the living is easiest.

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starvin marvin - 2016-11-19 2:30 PM

 

Good for him. I'm thinking of doing the same thing.....we're already out of the country for 6 mths every year. Need somewhere that I can get my state pension paid in full.

 

Next thing is to check on my Irish amcestors, and try for a green passport!

 

That's enough winding up for now, this game is just too easy.

 

Wherever you end up Tony please make sure you still get internet won't ya ... Wouldn't be the same without ya ;-)

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I guess they could move to France?.....oops forgot Marie Le Penn is likely to become president :D .......or the USA? .....Oh silly me they have Trump (lol) ..........looks like the options for the worlds luvvies and remoaners are getting smaller by the day >:-) ........

 

 

 

 

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pelmetman - 2016-11-19 3:39 PM

 

I guess they could move to France?.....oops forgot Marie Le Penn is likely to become president :D .......or the USA? .....Oh silly me they have Trump (lol) ..........looks like the options for the worlds luvvies and remoaners are getting smaller by the day >:-) ........

 

 

 

 

London ... Send em all to that London ... They all live in a bubble in that place

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Barryd999 - 2016-11-19 12:13 PM

 

Yep. I may do that. Being a musician just on the brink of global success it will be your loss Antony. No more music videos for you! I may allow you to view me new Christmas one when its in the can just as a goodwill gesture knowing how much you love them.

 

The celebs (well the good ones) were definitely pro remain. Have a look at this list. http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/brexit/2016/06/celebrity-brexit-wars-which-famous-people-are-and-against-leaving-eu

 

 

 

 

 

 

I don't really care whether or not wealthy celebrities leave the country, except for one thing - IF they are tax payers I would prefer them to stay.

 

 

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Tracker - 2016-11-19 3:23 PM

 

starvin marvin - 2016-11-19 2:30 PM

Need somewhere that I can get my state pension paid in full.

 

Why not set an example to all they alleged celebrities and to all of us softies and stand up and be counted as a true anti racist by forfeitng all of your UK benefits as a matter of principle?

 

Unlike the rest of us who have no principles and choose to live where the living is easiest.

 

Except state pension isn't a benefit. Assuming he paid NIC's then he's entitled to receive it including the winter fuel allowance.

 

Other benefits such as NHS care yes, i would certainly agree with you on that because thousands of Brits abuse it every year.

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antony1969 - 2016-11-19 3:57 PM

 

pelmetman - 2016-11-19 3:39 PM

 

I guess they could move to France?.....oops forgot Marie Le Penn is likely to become president :D .......or the USA? .....Oh silly me they have Trump (lol) ..........looks like the options for the worlds luvvies and remoaners are getting smaller by the day >:-) ........

 

 

 

 

London ... Send em all to that London ... They all live in a bubble in that place

 

Which is where they all live don't they? ;-) ......... just need to extend the fence from Calais up the M20 around the M25 and job done ........

 

They'll all be happy as Larry then wont they? >:-) ........

 

 

 

 

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State pension may not be a benefit in the generally understood current use of the word but when you consider what it costs us individually over many years to buy it, compared to the ongoing cost to the taxpayer every week to pay it, it is one heck of a bargain and certainly one of the true benefits of living in the UK and on that basis I see the UK state pension as a benefit.

 

Just got our £200 winter fuel between us - thank you very much - don't need it this year as we have more than good enough pensions bought and paid for (all at bargain prices - lucky us) - and if every other fortunate person who does not need it gave it back or to charity so would we.

 

And pigs might fly?

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Some of us still have to wait another 7 years 4 months 15 days to join the OAP benefit gravy train :'( .......unless they move the goal posts again 8-) ........

 

Not that I'm counting :D .........

 

 

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Tracker - 2016-11-19 4:55 PM

 

State pension may not be a benefit in the generally understood current use of the word but when you consider what it costs us individually over many years to buy it, compared to the ongoing cost to the taxpayer every week to pay it, it is one heck of a bargain and certainly one of the true benefits of living in the UK and on that basis I see the UK state pension as a benefit.

 

The bib is over egging it a bit Richard! Far from a 'heck of a bargain' it's an appalling disgrace and pales into insignificance compared to other countries. Spain £26,630.....UK £7,488. https://conversation.which.co.uk/money/uk-state-pension-comparison-serps/ Of course how much citizens in each country pays in would be useful to know but then you'd need to compare with relevant incomes too.

 

Just got our £200 winter fuel between us - thank you very much - don't need it this year as we have more than good enough pensions bought and paid for (all at bargain prices - lucky us) - and if every other fortunate person who does not need it gave it back or to charity so would we.

 

And pigs might fly?

 

Hhhmm.....i have a couple of friends who regularly trot this mantra out. "Oh we've got too much money.....we don't really need it" etc etc. When i ask why they don't free themselves from the shackles of this terrible burden and give it away, the silence is deafening! ;-)

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pelmetman - 2016-11-19 4:49 PM

 

antony1969 - 2016-11-19 3:57 PM

 

pelmetman - 2016-11-19 3:39 PM

 

I guess they could move to France?.....oops forgot Marie Le Penn is likely to become president :D .......or the USA? .....Oh silly me they have Trump (lol) ..........looks like the options for the worlds luvvies and remoaners are getting smaller by the day >:-) ........

 

 

 

 

 

 

London ... Send em all to that London ... They all live in a bubble in that place

 

Which is where they all live don't they? ;-) ......... just need to extend the fence from Calais up the M20 around the M25 and job done ........

 

They'll all be happy as Larry then wont they? >:-) ........

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weren't Londoners campaigning to become an independent country and stay in the EU? I think I might declare Teesdale an independent country and remain part of the EU. Nobody here would notice or care. Computers are considered witch craft and I still think they huddle around a "Wireless" wondering when the war will end. :(

 

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Barryd999 - 2016-11-19 7:51 PM

 

pelmetman - 2016-11-19 4:49 PM

 

antony1969 - 2016-11-19 3:57 PM

 

pelmetman - 2016-11-19 3:39 PM

 

I guess they could move to France?.....oops forgot Marie Le Penn is likely to become president :D .......or the USA? .....Oh silly me they have Trump (lol) ..........looks like the options for the worlds luvvies and remoaners are getting smaller by the day >:-) ........

 

 

 

 

 

 

London ... Send em all to that London ... They all live in a bubble in that place

 

Which is where they all live don't they? ;-) ......... just need to extend the fence from Calais up the M20 around the M25 and job done ........

 

They'll all be happy as Larry then wont they? >:-) ........

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weren't Londoners campaigning to become an independent country and stay in the EU? I think I might declare Teesdale an independent country and remain part of the EU. Nobody here would notice or care. Computers are considered witch craft and I still think they huddle around a "Wireless" wondering when the war will end. :(

 

I'll happily chip in for the "loony liberal fence enclosure" to be extended to Teesdale.......It could be part of the new enclosure act for the new GREAT BREXIT Parliament B-) .........

 

Its been done before I'll admit ;-) .......but that was to keep the likes of us out >:-) ......

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Barryd999 - 2016-11-19 7:51 PM

 

I think I might declare Teesdale an independent country and remain part of the EU. Nobody here would notice or care. Computers are considered witch craft and I still think they huddle around a "Wireless" wondering when the war will end. :(

 

LMFAO!! :D :D :D

 

You are in Gods country there Barry.....it's a very beautiful part of Yorks. No place for softie sarfeners though!

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Bulletguy - 2016-11-19 7:10 PM

Hhhmm.....i have a couple of friends who regularly trot this mantra out. "Oh we've got too much money.....we don't really need it" etc etc. When i ask why they don't free themselves from the shackles of this terrible burden and give it away, the silence is deafening!

 

Fair comment, and I agree that having worked hard to accumulate what we have we are not inclined to donate anything thatwe don't have to, but I would not argue if our tax codes were to preclude us from the £200 winter fuel benefit whilst allowing a higher tax threshold to enable others less fortunate to keep more of their already low incomes at zero cost to HMRC.

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Tracker - 2016-11-19 4:55 PM

 

State pension may not be a benefit in the generally understood current use of the word but when you consider what it costs us individually over many years to buy it, compared to the ongoing cost to the taxpayer every week to pay it, it is one heck of a bargain and certainly one of the true benefits of living in the UK and on that basis I see the UK state pension as a benefit.

 

Just got our £200 winter fuel between us - thank you very much - don't need it this year as we have more than good enough pensions bought and paid for (all at bargain prices - lucky us) - and if every other fortunate person who does not need it gave it back or to charity so would we.

 

And pigs might fly?

 

You could do what we do and spend the £200 on "grub" and deliver it to your local food bank.

 

You see what I mean about this game being too easy!

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Tracker - 2016-11-19 8:54 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2016-11-19 7:10 PM

Hhhmm.....i have a couple of friends who regularly trot this mantra out. "Oh we've got too much money.....we don't really need it" etc etc. When i ask why they don't free themselves from the shackles of this terrible burden and give it away, the silence is deafening!

 

Fair comment, and I agree that having worked hard to accumulate what we have we are not inclined to donate anything thatwe don't have to, but I would not argue if our tax codes were to preclude us from the £200 winter fuel benefit whilst allowing a higher tax threshold to enable others less fortunate to keep more of their already low incomes at zero cost to HMRC.

 

starvin marvin - 2016-11-19 9:09 PM

 

You could do what we do and spend the £200 on "grub" and deliver it to your local food bank.

 

You see what I mean about this game being too easy!

 

Very easy. In fact it took me just a couple of mouse clicks to relieve Richard of his £200 surplus! :D

 

http://www.eveshamparish.com/foodbank.html

 

https://afairsay.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/why-food-banks-in-evesham.pdf

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Bulletguy - 2016-11-19 9:39 PM

 

Very easy. In fact it took me just a couple of mouse clicks to relieve Richard of his £200 surplus! :D

 

 

Don't kid yourself or inflate your own ego any more. We will decide what we do with our own cash - and it won't be anything you suggest!

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