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OFFICIAL Brexit Thread

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When

fudge knows

Where

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Who

LEAVE
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1. Dodds
2. Patel
3. Field
4. Kinnock
5. Redwood
6. Morgan
7. Putin
8. The Donald

9. Leadsom
10. BoJo
11. Guido
12. Raab
13. Farage
14. Hoey
15. Hannan

Finishers:
Baker, Mogg, Cummings, Barclay, Truss, G Cox, Francois, Bimbo

VS REMAIN
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1. Merkel
2. Miller
3. Clarke
4. Corbyn
5. Swinson
6. Benn
7. Hale
8. Rudd

9. Sturgeon
10. May
11. Hammond
12. Harmon
13. Hesseltine
14. Stewart
15. Umuna

Finishers:
Little Leo, Barnier, Major, Blair, Juncker, Grieve, Starmer, SamShark

Referee
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Totty
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RodneyRegis wrote:Why the lock?
The question of the day.

It was all going so well I thought
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RIMBO: LAST BLOOD
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I reported someone. 8)
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And we were so close to an answer and agreement.
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henry wrote:And we were so close to an answer and agreement.
Something for Johnson to blame his eventual failure on, at least. I look forward to Jake being name checked as an enemy of the people by the Wail for scuppering the glorious deal we'd have arrived at.
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henry wrote:And we were so close to an answer and agreement.
Now we'll never know :lol:
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Was there actually any nastiness deleted or mods gona mod?
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I couldn't find an obvious gap in the timeline.

Seems odd. There have been times when it would have been understandable but not currently

The Trump fred is still open and there's been little on there of any substance for ages.
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It was a mercy killing.
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A good idea before the World Cup brings decent visitors to the site.
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A couple of Print Engineering Guild secrets spilled yesterday so the illuminati had to step in. I hold my hand up for that.
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Last post by a remainers, ergo Remain wins.

No need to revisit this, it's done 8)
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Oh and Leffe:
Newer figures are available from the ONS covering the period from April to June 2018. They show that 72% of people on a zero hours contract expressing a preference said they didn’t want more hours
https://fullfact.org/economy/how-many-p ... ore-hours/
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......aaaaaaaaand they're OFF
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Rodders you have the conn.
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Santa wrote:I reported someone. 8)
Someone was mean to your master?
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ManInTheBar wrote:......aaaaaaaaand they're OFF
:lol:
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ManInTheBar wrote:......aaaaaaaaand they're OFF
Couldn't leave that bullshit hanging. It does amuse me that people are so upset by the idea of ZHCs that they are happy to jeopardise the livelihoods of more than half the people on them.
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RodneyRegis wrote:
ManInTheBar wrote:......aaaaaaaaand they're OFF
Couldn't leave that bullshit hanging. It does amuse me that people are so upset by the idea of ZHCs that they are happy to jeopardise the livelihoods of more than half the people on them.
OK, great. Was it yourself who found it hard to believe that Johnson had been flummoxed by Juenker's approach to the Irish backstop? I had composed a florid reply during my trip to the co-op to buy skimmed milk.
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Why is the Brexit thread locked?

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Kindly explain? It's been an ongoing and quite informative discussion apart from the usual bollocks.
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It's a feckin disgrace, that's what it is, after all the effort Bimbobot has put into that thread to just abort it on him is lacking in all compassion and empathy.
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WTF!!!
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Mental health
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Mullet 2 wrote:Mental health
But you hadn't posted for ages
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sorCrer wrote:Kindly explain? It's been an ongoing and quite informative discussion apart from the usual bollocks.
:lol:
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sorCrer wrote:Kindly explain? It's been an ongoing and quite informative discussion apart from the usual bollocks.
It’s been prorogued, unilateral decision by the board’s leaders, all above board.
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Plato'sCave wrote:
sorCrer wrote:Kindly explain? It's been an ongoing and quite informative discussion apart from the usual bollocks.
It’s been prorogued, unilateral decision by the board’s leaders, all above board.
They'd have to go to the Queen. Tell us more
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ManInTheBar wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
sorCrer wrote:Kindly explain? It's been an ongoing and quite informative discussion apart from the usual bollocks.
It’s been prorogued, unilateral decision by the board’s leaders, all above board.
They'd have to go to the Queen. Tell us more
I’m not sure who the queen of PR is, maybe some of our funny members can offer a suggestion
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ManInTheBar wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
sorCrer wrote:Kindly explain? It's been an ongoing and quite informative discussion apart from the usual bollocks.
It’s been prorogued, unilateral decision by the board’s leaders, all above board.
They'd have to go to the Queen. Tell us more

I reckon our Queen did that off his own bat.
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Hellraiser wrote:
ManInTheBar wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
sorCrer wrote:Kindly explain? It's been an ongoing and quite informative discussion apart from the usual bollocks.
It’s been prorogued, unilateral decision by the board’s leaders, all above board.
They'd have to go to the Queen. Tell us more

I reckon our Queen did that off his own bat.
He is so sage
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ManInTheBar wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:Mental health
But you hadn't posted for ages
Your missus is tireless
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:lol: good Brexit thread replacement lads
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Mullet 2 wrote:
ManInTheBar wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:Mental health
But you hadn't posted for ages
Your missus is tireless
But....she's always too tired

oops
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I see Cummings has been given the power to fire aides. Taking back control.
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I was actually starting to be persuaded by the arguments put forward... I thought I was about to switch sides.... like Bimbo.
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Two bannings and a threadlock - all slips under the radar in RWC week. :lol:

Prorogue is the way to go - thanks Boris
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Bimbo’s mass became so great that it was swallowed in his black hole.
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Wtf


(Ie duplicate thread)
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Looking where we are I would be stunned if Johnson doesn't go for an Irish sea border of some description.

He could pay the DUP off with more cash, but they've been shafted basically and now face NI basically being in the EU on some level.

I think the ERG will buy into it if the prize at the end is "Super Canada" but I will be stunned if Labour MPs are keen on a fudge business free market Brexit.

Sturgeon will hit the roof.
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