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Have you been paying attention to the actual current governments Brexit policy?!?


Brexit has occured. The policy implemented was damm close to the manifesto.

So you're saying the manifesto promised utter shite? People still voted for them mind, well, about 40% of 2/3rds of the people
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piquant wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Have you been paying attention to the actual current governments Brexit policy?!?


Brexit has occured. The policy implemented was damm close to the manifesto.

So you're saying the manifesto promised utter shite? People still voted for them mind, well, about 40% of 2/3rds of the people
So unfair when it doesn't work in your favour.
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piquant wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Have you been paying attention to the actual current governments Brexit policy?!?


Brexit has occured. The policy implemented was damm close to the manifesto.

So you're saying the manifesto promised utter shite? People still voted for them mind, well, about 40% of 2/3rds of the people


Well the policies were called “utter shite” by the losers of the referendum and all the subsequent plebiscites taken. Whether they’re or not we will know in time.
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bimboman wrote:Brexit has occurred. The policy implemented was damn close to the manifesto.
This one?
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/13087 ... a-may-poll

:lol:
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Insane_Homer wrote:
bimboman wrote:Brexit has occurred. The policy implemented was damn close to the manifesto.
This one?
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/13087 ... a-may-poll

:lol:


Nothing to do with the manifesto or the policy. :lol:
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bimboman wrote:Brexit has occurred. The policy implemented was damn close to the manifesto.
This one?
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/13087 ... a-may-poll

:lol:
What one?
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bimboman wrote:
Insane_Homer wrote:
bimboman wrote:Brexit has occurred. The policy implemented was damn close to the manifesto.
This one?
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/13087 ... a-may-poll

:lol:
Nothing to do with the manifesto or the policy. :lol:
The oven ready, unscrutinised, signed into law, done Brexit deal, was not based on the damn close policy implementation of the Tory manifesto?

Interesting, how's that then?
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Insane_Homer wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Insane_Homer wrote:
bimboman wrote:Brexit has occurred. The policy implemented was damn close to the manifesto.
This one?
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/13087 ... a-may-poll

:lol:
Nothing to do with the manifesto or the policy. :lol:
The oven ready, unscrutinised, signed into law, done Brexit deal, was not based on the damn close policy implementation of the Tory manifesto?

Interesting, how's that then?


Gibberish again IH. Silly link , dishonest narrative. I await the meme.
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bimboman wrote:
Insane_Homer wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Insane_Homer wrote:
bimboman wrote:Brexit has occurred. The policy implemented was damn close to the manifesto.
This one?
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/13087 ... a-may-poll
:lol:
Nothing to do with the manifesto or the policy. :lol:
The oven ready, unscrutinised, signed into law, done Brexit deal, was not based on the damn close policy implementation of the Tory manifesto?
Interesting, how's that then?
Gibberish again IH. Silly link , dishonest narrative. I await the meme.
Been drinking in the sun? You seem to be struggling with that faux inability to comprehend today.

I've dumbed it down to byte size Boris reading level for ya.

Brexit deal not an implemention of Tory manifesto, how?
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Insane_Homer wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Insane_Homer wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Nothing to do with the manifesto or the policy. :lol:
The oven ready, unscrutinised, signed into law, done Brexit deal, was not based on the damn close policy implementation of the Tory manifesto?
Interesting, how's that then?
Gibberish again IH. Silly link , dishonest narrative. I await the meme.
Been drinking in the sun? You seem to be struggling with that faux inability to comprehend today.

I've dumbed it down to byte size Boris reading level for ya.

Brexit deal not an implication of Tory manifesto, how?
I think you're confusing the WA and a trade negotiation, also confusing manifesto commtments with public opinion. In fact just a blathering old fool.
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message #2527204 wrote:
piquant wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Have you been paying attention to the actual current governments Brexit policy?!?


Brexit has occured. The policy implemented was damm close to the manifesto.

So you're saying the manifesto promised utter shite? People still voted for them mind, well, about 40% of 2/3rds of the people
So unfair when it doesn't work in your favour.

Absolutely, though all one can do is lobby for a change to the voting system and vote for it if presented with a chance. Similar to rejoining the EU I'd don't anticipate getting anywhere soon
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piquant wrote:
message #2527204 wrote:
piquant wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Have you been paying attention to the actual current governments Brexit policy?!?


Brexit has occured. The policy implemented was damm close to the manifesto.

So you're saying the manifesto promised utter shite? People still voted for them mind, well, about 40% of 2/3rds of the people
So unfair when it doesn't work in your favour.

Absolutely, though all one can do is lobby for a change to the voting system and vote for it if presented with a chance. Similar to rejoining the EU I'd don't anticipate getting anywhere soon
We've had votes on both of those in the last 10 years. People just don't agree with you.
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message #2527204 wrote:
piquant wrote:

Absolutely, though all one can do is lobby for a change to the voting system and vote for it if presented with a chance. Similar to rejoining the EU I'd don't anticipate getting anywhere soon
We've had votes on both of those in the last 10 years. People just don't agree with you.
Depends which country you are in (within the Union)
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BokJock wrote:
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piquant wrote:

Absolutely, though all one can do is lobby for a change to the voting system and vote for it if presented with a chance. Similar to rejoining the EU I'd don't anticipate getting anywhere soon
We've had votes on both of those in the last 10 years. People just don't agree with you.
Depends which country you are in (within the Union)
There's only one country, dude. 4 nations. 5 if you count Yorkshire.
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Been drinking in the sun? You seem to be struggling with that faux inability to comprehend today.

I've dumbed it down to byte size Boris reading level for ya.

Brexit deal not an implication of Tory manifesto, how?


Top

You linked the Daily Express reporting a very niche non governmental something and conflated it as Government policy.

My mistake was even trying.
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bimboman wrote:Brexit has occurred. The policy implemented was damn close to the manifesto.
In a devastating report by the Centre for Brexit Policy (CBP), there are several areas within the agreement which could be problematic for the UK. With that in mind, Express.co.uk asked readers, “Should Boris rip up Withdrawal Agreement and demand talks start again?” In response, 4,492 said the Prime Minister must renegotiate a new agreement with the EU.
How do we renogtiate an agreement of something that's already occurred?
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I see James Cleverly has triggered milksops on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/y_alibhai/status/12 ... 1711286278
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Mick Mannock wrote:I see James Cleverly has triggered milksops on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/y_alibhai/status/12 ... 1711286278
Everything going so swimmingly well so let's spend time having a row with an ice cream brand
Obviously has nothing better to do :roll:
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SaintK wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:I see James Cleverly has triggered milksops on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/y_alibhai/status/12 ... 1711286278
Everything going so swimmingly well so let's spend time having a row with an ice cream brand
Obviously has nothing better to do :roll:
And milksops on here too, it would seem.
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Mick Mannock wrote:
SaintK wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:I see James Cleverly has triggered milksops on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/y_alibhai/status/12 ... 1711286278
Everything going so swimmingly well so let's spend time having a row with an ice cream brand
Obviously has nothing better to do :roll:
And milksops on here too, it would seem.
Ben & Jerrys wrote:Hey @PritiPatel we think the real crisis is our lack of humanity for people fleeing war, climate change and torture.
What arseholes, showing compassion and shit! #alllivesmatter eh?
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Mick Mannock wrote:
SaintK wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:I see James Cleverly has triggered milksops on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/y_alibhai/status/12 ... 1711286278
Everything going so swimmingly well so let's spend time having a row with an ice cream brand
Obviously has nothing better to do :roll:
And milksops on here too, it would seem.
So you think it quite ok ministers wasting their time rowing with an ice cream brand when there's so much shit going on?
I've no idea what you mrean by "milksop" but you're an utter twat if you do
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A Tweet is rowing?

Never mind, I am sure Unilever is delighted with B&J
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Mick Mannock wrote:A Tweet is rowing?
Top reporting from the BEEB - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-53741180
"A source" close to Home Secretary Priti Patel has branded Ben and Jerry's ice cream "overpriced junk food" after the company criticised her stance on cross-channel migrant crossings.
The curious thing with this intervention, directly targeting the home secretary, is that Priti Patel has said very little publicly about what's been happening.
Sure, if you ignore her top 3 most recent twitter posts... for example...
@pritipatel Aug 10
Today I was in Dover to see how Border Force and other operational partners are tirelessly dealing with the unacceptable number of illegal small boat crossings.

I am absolutely committed to making this incredibly dangerous route unviable.
:roll:

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UK is suffering the deepest recession of any G7 country.

Great job Boris :thumbup:
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Mick Mannock wrote:Image
:thumbup: :thumbup:

I prefer chocolate fudge brownie myself, but it's a rare treat these days, with the low/no carb lifestyle. I used to be able to easily finish a tub in one sitting and I guess that's why I used to look like John Smit :lol:
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message #2527204 wrote:
BokJock wrote:
message #2527204 wrote:
piquant wrote:

Absolutely, though all one can do is lobby for a change to the voting system and vote for it if presented with a chance. Similar to rejoining the EU I'd don't anticipate getting anywhere soon
We've had votes on both of those in the last 10 years. People just don't agree with you.
Depends which country you are in (within the Union)
There's only one country, dude. 4 nations. 5 if you count Yorkshire.
Pretty sure country is used in common parlance, not that it matters to the point I was making
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BokJock wrote:
message #2527204 wrote:
BokJock wrote:
message #2527204 wrote:
piquant wrote:

Absolutely, though all one can do is lobby for a change to the voting system and vote for it if presented with a chance. Similar to rejoining the EU I'd don't anticipate getting anywhere soon
We've had votes on both of those in the last 10 years. People just don't agree with you.
Depends which country you are in (within the Union)
There's only one country, dude. 4 nations. 5 if you count Yorkshire.
Pretty sure country is used in common parlance, not that it matters to the point I was making
I can only guess that it depends on what part of the country you're from. You're saying it depends on what part of the country you're from as to what you think - that's democracy, though.
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dargotronV.1 wrote:UK is suffering the deepest recession of any G7 country.

Great job Boris :thumbup:

“We demand a strict lockdown”


“We don’t want a recession “
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Insane_Homer wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
SaintK wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:I see James Cleverly has triggered milksops on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/y_alibhai/status/12 ... 1711286278
Everything going so swimmingly well so let's spend time having a row with an ice cream brand
Obviously has nothing better to do :roll:
And milksops on here too, it would seem.
Ben & Jerrys wrote:Hey @PritiPatel we think the real crisis is our lack of humanity for people fleeing war, climate change and torture.
What arseholes, showing compassion and shit! #alllivesmatter eh?


A company that has had genuine modern slavery issues should stay out of geo politics on migration.
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bimboman wrote:
dargotronV.1 wrote:UK is suffering the deepest recession of any G7 country.

Great job Boris :thumbup:
“We demand a strict lockdown”

“We don’t want a recession “
Just bad luck that under his leadership the UK has managed to have the worst COVID response/death toll and worst economic downturn.

When will the poor lad catch a break!!!
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bimboman wrote:A company that has had genuine modern slavery issues should stay out of geo politics on migration.
nice conflation, that's your favourite word isn't it? :thumbup:
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Insane_Homer wrote:
bimboman wrote:A company that has had genuine modern slavery issues should stay out of geo politics on migration.
nice conflation, that's your favourite word isn't it? :thumbup:
But he manages to use it correctly.
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Insane_Homer wrote:
bimboman wrote:
dargotronV.1 wrote:UK is suffering the deepest recession of any G7 country.

Great job Boris :thumbup:
“We demand a strict lockdown”

“We don’t want a recession “
Just bad luck that under his leadership the UK has managed to have the worst COVID response/death toll and worst economic downturn.

When will the poor lad catch a break!!!

You were demanding a lock down ..... the economic damage is on people like you.
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bimboman wrote:
dargotronV.1 wrote:UK is suffering the deepest recession of any G7 country.

Great job Boris :thumbup:
“We demand a strict lockdown”

“We don’t want a recession “
Do you think he's doing a good job?
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dargotronV.1 wrote:
bimboman wrote:
dargotronV.1 wrote:UK is suffering the deepest recession of any G7 country.

Great job Boris :thumbup:
“We demand a strict lockdown”

“We don’t want a recession “
Do you think he's doing a good job?

I know that a lockdown on our economy (not as strict as many demanded) will cause a huge drop in GDP. Once the lockdown has occured the drop is inevitable, no “good job” could change that.

Demanding a stricter lockdown was a demand for more not less economic damage.


I think he’s personally a poor person for this type of emergency, but also it’s exposed that PHE and the NHS and many of our scientists are shit.
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bimboman wrote:
dargotronV.1 wrote:
bimboman wrote:
dargotronV.1 wrote:UK is suffering the deepest recession of any G7 country.

Great job Boris :thumbup:
“We demand a strict lockdown”

“We don’t want a recession “
Do you think he's doing a good job?

I know that a lockdown on our economy (not as strict as many demanded) will cause a huge drop in GDP. Once the lockdown has occured the drop is inevitable, no “good job” could change that.

Demanding a stricter lockdown was a demand for more not less economic damage.


I think he’s personally a poor person for this type of emergency, but also it’s exposed that PHE and the NHS and many of our scientists are shit.
That is an extraordinary rewriting of the reality.

Surely the sheer volume of flawed contracts awarded to connected friends and individuals gives you some kind of insight the sort of financial mismanagement that characterises complete incompetence.

Your claim that the scientists are shit would also carry more weight if Boris, Cummings and Co took the slightest bit of notice of their advice.
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Rinkals wrote:
bimboman wrote:
dargotronV.1 wrote:
bimboman wrote:
dargotronV.1 wrote:UK is suffering the deepest recession of any G7 country.

Great job Boris :thumbup:
“We demand a strict lockdown”

“We don’t want a recession “
Do you think he's doing a good job?

I know that a lockdown on our economy (not as strict as many demanded) will cause a huge drop in GDP. Once the lockdown has occured the drop is inevitable, no “good job” could change that.

Demanding a stricter lockdown was a demand for more not less economic damage.


I think he’s personally a poor person for this type of emergency, but also it’s exposed that PHE and the NHS and many of our scientists are shit.
That is an extraordinary rewriting of the reality.

Surely the sheer volume of flawed contracts awarded to connected friends and individuals gives you some kind of insight the sort of financial mismanagement that characterises complete incompetence.

Your claim that the scientists are shit would also carry more weight if Boris, Cummings and Co took the slightest bit of notice of their advice.

“The sheer volume of flawed contracts ——- 1 or 2.


Neither the deaths nor the economic issues are due to a couple of PPE contracts.

The government has acted n the scientific advice at all stages.

Another doozy of a post misunderstanding the points, the subject and everything around it.

Rinky for the win.
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David Schneider @davidschneider wrote:The fact Matt Hancock’s pal Dido Harding was chosen by him to head up the new health institute despite having no expertise and having failed on track and trace will be of great interest to the PM’s Anti-Corruption Champion who is - *checks notes* - Dido Harding’s husband.
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