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25 June 2016 23:51 Post ID: #472261 - in reply to #472260
billybobcat - 25/6/2016 23:45

Aye she admits that toony. She is a fantastic live singer.


Not embarrassed to say that it got the emotions going as I associate the last song she sang with a couple of things that have happened in my life. One ongoing now.

In fact that last song was the last that BowburnMag recommended to our Friday night jukebox back in the day.
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25 June 2016 23:53 Post ID: #472262 - in reply to #471037
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She was brilliant. A good fuck anarl I bet.
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25 June 2016 23:57 Post ID: #472263 - in reply to #472262
vin1892 - 25/6/2016 23:53

She was brilliant. A good fuck anarl I bet.


More than likely although a good gag is needed.
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26 June 2016 00:53 Post ID: #472264 - in reply to #471037
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26 June 2016 01:15 Post ID: #472265 - in reply to #472264


Part of the sheep brigade of the young ive refereed to further up no doubt
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26 June 2016 08:52 Post ID: #472266 - in reply to #471037
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26 June 2016 09:51 Post ID: #472267 - in reply to #471037
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Sorry, not been on much. Still celebrating the Brexit.

Had a few bob on at odds of 7/1, 11/2, 4/1, and then a bit more at 11/4.

Might have a holiday, in Europe.

I thought we were going to be worse off?

Not me, and I'm not bothered about the children of rich people. I'm glad I've fucked their future.

LOL.
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26 June 2016 11:35 Post ID: #472268 - in reply to #472266
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Officemonkey - 26/6/2016 08:52

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jun/25/boris-johnson-...

"If we could only find a halfway competent opposition, the very populist forces they have exploited and misled so grievously would turn on them."

No they wouldn't.
Boris is the new working class hero,and furthermore it's been three days since brexit won,nothing bad has happened so clearly the leave lot were wrong.

I am off on holiday next week,Europe might be a bit expensive at the moment so Brighton with a hanky on my head little englander style it is.

I suggest you do the same,nearly four days into our independance and you are still doubting.






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26 June 2016 12:08 Post ID: #472269 - in reply to #471037
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I'm off to Spain in three weeks and I'll get my Euros nearer the time as the rate will be the same as before Brexit. I'm sure our European neighbours with a youth unemployment rate of 45% will welcome the Euros from this little Englander.
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26 June 2016 12:23 Post ID: #472270 - in reply to #471037
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I think you'll find Brighton is a lot more expensive than most of Europe.

I'm thinking farther afield.

Stop being little Europeans, look outward.
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26 June 2016 12:52 Post ID: #472271 - in reply to #472269
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Happy holiday lads.

Don't forget those hankies,and most importantly
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26 June 2016 13:00 Post ID: #472272 - in reply to #471037
Ho fuckin dear.

Looks like some loony lefties have been caught out

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/06/26/questions-raised-3m-rema...

Edited by BertShaft 26/6/2016 13:33
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26 June 2016 14:55 Post ID: #472274 - in reply to #471037
Getting sick of this whole subject now as it's all a mix of lies, scare tactics, rumours, half truths and more. All sent out there because the way in which some people have profited for decades may have to change.

The only real issue there is now on the back of this vote OUT is uncertainty. Uncertainty is a dangerous word in that truthfully we dont know the content of it although we know what it means.

Every other issue there is, has it's source directly from it and the thought path in these all depends on what type of person you are, whether you're an optimist, a pessimist or a realist. Following the path of your personality will generally be setting your mood at present.

Knowing the society that we live in, we're a sitting duck for the scare-monger as the sense of defeat is already out there with the doom and gloom tales, all it needs now is for some match to be struck and any side will ignite.

Politics is like football tactics in that what should be an easy subject is just confused. It gets confused further more by the invent of social media and the hidden agendas of the media. My view on the future is the polar opposite of many but id bet as much money as you want that it's down to a viewpoint that has been created some way along the line which has modelled the direction, whether fact based or other.

Even on hearing a similar view to our own, we instantly put that in the fact file as if to try to back up our views or use it as some sort of tactic. This will have been rife these past couple of days or so.

George Orwell must have had a time machine just before he wrote his book on 1984 as it was so far ahead of it's time and he would have been someone to listen to over this no doubt because it's controlling us all.

The same as my maturing years are picking out little things that have turned into even bigger concerns, on one hand maybe im just too suspicious of things but on the other I class myself as being of such intelligence that im in a minority. Maybe im a loon like all the others that are ridiculed on TV and the sort but maybe us loons all have it right.

It's probably nowt to do with this subject but I reckon it is and that's with every little thing in life that I feel is part of what some of the loons would call as controlled by the world police, whether that belief being that chemicals are stuck in our food, planes dropping stuff into the clouds or injections administered to us or our kids when it's inoculation time. There's countless suspicions that I can bring up.

Those with kids at school over the past few years may identify with this or maybe haven't noticed but it's something that his grinded my gears and that being the controlling way the schools try to direct your life, whether that by being patronising, dictating homework wanting donations by belittling the kids or the many other instances that can be brought up, all in all I feel as if it's the start of a future's worth of 'sheep' building as they're moulding the next generation ahead of accepting life in the way they want us to accept it.

Sports day and it's lack of competitiveness being the icing on the cake that has maybe followed on with the attitude of the young footballers of today with the motto of 'everyone's a winner just by taking part' when my reality of it is that they dont want an individual or winner to emerge as it doesn't fit in with the world police agenda, the individual with a mind of their own that cant imitate the sheep.

I see things the way I see things and I dont believe things are necessarily written in stone before they happen although the script is there. I see that in the future of the UK in that anarchy and anger is what they want in order to create many problems but with an underlying ambition to line someone's pockets. We have a chance to make things better for us all, for Britain to better itself and be a bigger player by concentrating on improving home but we wont.

We're still in the continent of Europe, we haven't shifted to another planet, new deals can be made with the same countries, maybe even small alliances made, people will still welcome us to their shores and still want us to buy their goods, we've room for improvement in this country and the opportunity to do so should be taken.

We can rebuild many business ideas, recreate old and create new skills, improve holiday areas and spend money on ourselves whilst allowing immigration or overseas visitors with open arms under the correct rules thus profiting the country further but that would be too easy. Wars and kick off profit too many people far too easily and that will be the order of the day.

In the meantime just expect more shite and hot air to come our way as we're expected to listen to the negatives instead of getting off arses and taking advantage of an opportunity to make things better.
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26 June 2016 15:38 Post ID: #472275 - in reply to #472274
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You start off by stating you are getting sick of the whole subject then end by giving a Boris type speech on behalf of the little Englander party.

It's easy to talk about new deals etc but the simple truth is that no one has a clue how it will turn out.

Farage and co have categorically pointed this fact out themselves.

What we DO know is that we have no leader of our country at a time we most need one.

The rest is conjecture and bullshit.

Wait and see,that's all we can do
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26 June 2016 15:45 Post ID: #472276 - in reply to #472275
PieMag - 26/6/2016 15:38

You start off by stating you are getting sick of the whole subject then end by giving a Boris type speech on behalf of the little Englander party.

It's easy to talk about new deals etc but the simple truth is that no one has a clue how it will turn out.

Farage and co have categorically pointed this fact out themselves.

What we DO know is that we have no leader of our country at a time we most need one.

The rest is conjecture and bullshit.

Wait and see,that's all we can do :7:


I generally contradict myself in real life as well.

Apart from that, the only certainty out of this is that us normal people aren't affected by anything,yet and may not either. However the world's richest people have been.

Let's use the top 400 richest in the world as an example, they lost nearly 4% of their wealth on the exit which equates to over £90 billion. On the back of that there's only really the wealthy, bankers and those with their hands in some 'special' project that will also.

Common sense sees where the scare stories are emanating from.
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26 June 2016 16:17 Post ID: #472277 - in reply to #471037
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That Lib/Dem bloke Farron is a right deluded dickhead,he is saying vote Lib/Dem in the next election and he will get us back in the EU.

Does the daft cunt not realise the majority of the UK population have just voted to get the fuck out.
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26 June 2016 17:18 Post ID: #472279 - in reply to #471037
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They didn't, the majority of those who turned up to vote did.
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26 June 2016 17:21 Post ID: #472280 - in reply to #471037
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The majority of people who voted in the GE didn't vote for Cameron, we still fucking got him though
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26 June 2016 17:29 Post ID: #472281 - in reply to #472280
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Tomfoolery - 26/6/2016 17:21

The majority of people who voted in the GE didn't vote for Cameron, we still fucking got him though


Thank fuck,we could have got Millibrain.
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26 June 2016 20:22 Post ID: #472293 - in reply to #471037
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I can now confess that I used bribery to get people to vote for Brexit.

I made it known to the local druggies that anyone willing to vote for Brexit could call me and I'd give them some free drugs.

Just short of a score turned up (geddit eh eh geddit) to score some drugs.

I rolled them a joint, and accompanied them round to the polling station, where they proceeded to vote for Brexit. After showing me the picture on the phone of their completed voting slip I handed the mind altering weed tabs over to them.

None of them had the faintest idea of what they were voting for, most wore tracksuits, and they are 95% racists.



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26 June 2016 21:06 Post ID: #472295 - in reply to #471037
I bet the government's own mouthpiece, the BBC, will wish this didn't air yesterday morning.

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26 June 2016 21:47 Post ID: #472296 - in reply to #471037
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Right. Fuck this. We're ALL up shit creek and we need a paddle. Now, not in three months.

Fellow Remain voters: Enough already. Yes, we're all pissed off but navel gazing ain't gonna help. Not all 17 million Leave voters can possibly be racist northern pensioners without an O level to their name. Maybe they have a point about this quitting the EU thing? Maybe not. Whatever, we are where we are and no amount a whinging is gonna change that. Allegedly we're the intelligent ones, so get your thinking caps on.

Leave voters. Well done. Good game. We hear you. Now you need to get stuck in to the aftermath and not just piss off back to Wetherspoons. (Just banter, twats!). And the first person to say they "want their country back" gets deported to fucking Gibraltar. OK?

Politicians.

David. Fuck off. Shut the door behind you. Now.

George. You may be a twat but you're our twat. Plus you know the passwords for our Junior Savers account. Get your calculator. Drop the face-like-a-slapped-ass routine. You're on.

Boris. Sorry mate. That photo of you abseiling by your scrotum over the London Olympics while waving a Union Jack can't ever be un-taken. Plus, you'll never be able to appear on Question Time again without some sturdy Glaswegian nurse asking where the fuck her 350 million quid is. Not only will she have a very good point, she'll be wearing a T shirt that shows you gurning in front of that fucking bus! No captains hat for you I'm afraid.

Theresa. You're in charge love. Get the biggest shoulder pads you've got. We need Ming The Merciless in drag and you'll scare the shit out of 'em.

Nicola. Yep. Fair cop. You probably could get us on a technicality, as could London. But we fucking love shortbread. And oil. And to be honest you're probably the best politician we've got, so we need you on side. Sort your lot out and we promise never to mention that Jimmy Krankie thing again (although it is pretty uncanny) and we'll make you a Dame once we're sorted. Bring Ruth Davidson. She kicks ass.

Opposition party. We'll need one. Someone take Jeremy and John back to the British Legion Club where you found them. Take Nigel as well. Give back their sandals, buy them a pint, then go to Heathrow and collect David Milliband. Fuck it. Lets gets Ed Balls as well. He keeps George on his toes. I think he works on the lottery kiosk at Morrisons now?

Oh. And Mark Carney. Give him a knighthood and tell him to keep that shit coming. We definitely need more of that good shit!

Everyone set? Right. Hold the Easyjet. We're going to Brussels and this ain't no hen party.
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26 June 2016 23:37 Post ID: #472297 - in reply to #471037
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Jeremy and John will be leading a socialist government in 2020 if not before.

Sturgeon can take her ball and fuckoff now. The sooner that fucker get a away the better, she is fucking poison.

Let Scotland leave ffs, they have threatened it often enough, so get the fuck out then.

Then we can build the country for the people who believe in it.
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27 June 2016 01:50 Post ID: #472301 - in reply to #472276
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Toon_NoMatterWot - 26/6/2016 15:45

PieMag - 26/6/2016 15:38

You start off by stating you are getting sick of the whole subject then end by giving a Boris type speech on behalf of the little Englander party.

It's easy to talk about new deals etc but the simple truth is that no one has a clue how it will turn out.

Farage and co have categorically pointed this fact out themselves.

What we DO know is that we have no leader of our country at a time we most need one.

The rest is conjecture and bullshit.

Wait and see,that's all we can do :7:


I generally contradict myself in real life as well.

Apart from that, the only certainty out of this is that us normal people aren't affected by anything,yet and may not either. However the world's richest people have been.

Let's use the top 400 richest in the world as an example, they lost nearly 4% of their wealth on the exit which equates to over £90 billion. On the back of that there's only really the wealthy, bankers and those with their hands in some 'special' project that will also.

Common sense sees where the scare stories are emanating from.


Common sense !
Have a look at this toony.

http://www.forbes.com/billionaires/list/#version:realtime

I don't expect any of them to be joining the increasing numbers of us normal people in the food bank queues any time soon.

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27 June 2016 02:00 Post ID: #472302 - in reply to #471037
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Its funny that forbes list because the richest family in the world who are probably worth more than all those combined are the Rothschild family
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27 June 2016 02:08 Post ID: #472303 - in reply to #471037
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Yer better hope the Rothschilds don't read this sight billy.

Comparing them with common billionaires won't go down well.
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27 June 2016 11:32 Post ID: #472306 - in reply to #471037
What a surprise. The banks are suffering massively and with it, the spin off of doom and stories of racism.

Shares in Barclays and the RBS the first to see their dealings suspended in the markets. The sooner article 50 is invoked the better as it can go many ways in the uncertainty.
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27 June 2016 11:53 Post ID: #472307 - in reply to #471037
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It's obvious that there is a drive to get another referendum.

They couldn't be any less subtle.
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27 June 2016 12:11 Post ID: #472308 - in reply to #472307
PieMag - 27/6/2016 11:53

It's obvious that there is a drive to get another referendum.

They couldn't be any less subtle.


I said last week that I could see little difference in voting for either side but since the vote have steered more towards the OUT vote.

Maybe my reasons aren't the same as many and im certainly not one of these that want any 'foreigners' to leave on the back of it as anyone with a brain cell can see the 'immigration' crisis was a set up, although one of many.

Having said that, ive always been sceptical as to the reasons why certain things have been allowed to play out in the media in the way they have and what the smokescreen was there to hide. Ive wondered if all this is a ploy for Boris Johnson to get into power in the easiest way possible and then not to invoke article 50 because of the 'kick off'

Only caused and created by the financial/banking sector and media by the way.

You can also point out things like: why is the opposition getting most of the shit when they aren't in power (Labour) and the tories getting a relative easier ride plus you can wonder with the Chilcott enquiry findings coming out in a week or so, is all this just there to keep that on the 5th or 6th page?

Whatever the real story is, we need to stick with what's happened, switch off the news and just get on with it. The chance of a better Britain is just being railroaded by the corruption that's rife in our lives.
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27 June 2016 12:15 Post ID: #472309 - in reply to #471037
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Seen with my own two eyes last night. A doorman in Hugo's, Tynemouth asking why the French barmaid hasn't left yet as we voted to leave in order to remove foreign leeches like her. She's only been here 25 years may I add and is quite clearly paying her way, she's working FFS.
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27 June 2016 12:27 Post ID: #472310 - in reply to #472309
Officemonkey - 27/6/2016 12:15

Seen with my own two eyes last night. A doorman in Hugo's, Tynemouth asking why the French barmaid hasn't left yet as we voted to leave in order to remove foreign leeches like her. She's only been here 25 years may I add and is quite clearly paying her way, she's working FFS.


I dont doubt there will be many people like this and it will have been their main reason to vote in the way they did. You have to ask yourself then, where did they get this information from or why do they think this way. Surely it can't all be intelligence based.

A similar thing is those on benefits. It has been made out that these people are having the time of their life with 80" plasmas, holidays and blue WKD on tap. There's even been programmes on telly glamorising the lies.

The moral here is that the minority will be the 'wrong doers' but for one reason or another it's used to win a point or create a division somewhere. The easy solution is just for truth to be told on a large scale, be that TV, in a paper headline or through the post but it wont happen as that's too easy and it wont allow 'people's' agendas to succeed.
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27 June 2016 12:56 Post ID: #472311 - in reply to #471037
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It's no coincidence that Rupert Murdoch wanted to leave.

I'm still yet to hear any arguments from those who are underclasses or merely uneducated, with any problems with the EU, yet think the problems they have are down to the EU.
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27 June 2016 13:09 Post ID: #472312 - in reply to #472311
Officemonkey - 27/6/2016 12:56

It's no coincidence that Rupert Murdoch wanted to leave.

I'm still yet to hear any arguments from those who are underclasses or merely uneducated, with any problems with the EU, yet think the problems they have are down to the EU.


Im still yet to hear a decent argument against the views of some of those who air their conspiracy videos.
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27 June 2016 13:20 Post ID: #472313 - in reply to #472311
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Officemonkey - 27/6/2016 12:56

It's no coincidence that Rupert Murdoch wanted to leave.

I'm still yet to hear any arguments from those who are underclasses or merely uneducated, with any problems with the EU, yet think the problems they have are down to the EU.


You haven't heard any arguments? Yet you managed to overhear a doorman saying the French barmaid should go home. What's her name then? I'd like to speak to her to see how she feels about it all.

You're not making it up are you?
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27 June 2016 13:46 Post ID: #472315 - in reply to #471037
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I'm not making it up, no. The doorman is a guy named Stan. He's the head doorman of all the places down there. My dad used to work for him as a mechanic too on Tynemouth Road. Not sure of the barmaid's name but I've messaged my friend Beth who works there too and she's going to get back to me, just for you.

However, there's plenty of other evidence around the country. The thing with a message board you can either take what someone says or you don't. I'm not overly fussed what you think to be honest.

Now do yourself a favour and take your own advice.
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27 June 2016 13:52 Post ID: #472316 - in reply to #471037
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Her name is Vivienne and I've sent the proof to TNMW.
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27 June 2016 14:00 Post ID: #472317 - in reply to #472316
Officemonkey - 27/6/2016 13:52

Her name is Vivienne and I've sent the proof to TNMW.


I can confirm ive seen the proof OL.
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27 June 2016 15:00 Post ID: #472318 - in reply to #471037
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Canny read regarding why Brexit may not yet happen.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-brexit-may-happen-real-house-card...
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27 June 2016 16:06 Post ID: #472319 - in reply to #471037
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It would pretty much undermine the whole democratic system if the vote is ignored. What's next - the winners of the next general election saying - `you know what I don't fancy it as there's too much hard work to do'.

The politicians are shitting themselves because they've got to do a bit of work rather than shouting `here, here' in the House of Commons. It may just be beyond the idiots that we have from all parties to able to negotiate trade deals, shore up our borders, pass knew tax legislation and fuck me if we've all got to have knew passports there'll be a fucking meltdown.
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27 June 2016 16:36 Post ID: #472320 - in reply to #471037
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It's happened on plenty of occasions, Vin.
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