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« Reply #20040 on: August 25, 2019, 10:59:07 AM »

Hammond complains about media speculation and misleading political implications. If he achieves ‘balance’ by writing letters about each instance the amazon would have a new threat to contend with.

He also professes to speak on behalf of all ministers. Wonder how many elected him to speak on their behalf? What was the due process to acquire that authority?

How very Euro-autocratic Mr Sneer.
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« Reply #20041 on: August 25, 2019, 11:09:00 AM »

Hammond complains about media speculation and misleading political implications. If he achieves ‘balance’ by writing letters about each instance the amazon would have a new threat to contend with.

He also professes to speak on behalf of all ministers. Wonder how many elected him to speak on their behalf? What was the due process to acquire that authority?

How very Euro-autocratic Mr Sneer.


To be honest, if the Secretary given the report to type up was anything like mine, the report has been Sat on their desk for 6 months.
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« Reply #20042 on: August 25, 2019, 11:49:20 AM »

This one even better, surprised you didn't post it Tighty(smiley face)?


Almost like he has been reading here.....


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/08/24/rage-remainers-will-awesome-brexit-isnt-disaster-praying/

Read this yesterday. Good piece I thought.

'there is not only the doing down of Britain and the bigging up of the EU. There is almost pornographic catastrophism and now barely disguised vengeance' .

 Long words but echo my feelings about the collaborators

I think the word collaborators is objectionable and inappropriate. Expected better of you. Its lazy and facile.

The EU are not an enemy and language harking back to wartime sums up how leavers have dramatically misunderstood the EU throughout.

Next you will be hosting a street party in 1950s fancy dresswith Union Jack bunting and calling remainers quislings.

Calm down dearie,   I find your language, calling my language objectionable and inappropriate, to be objectionable and inappropriate - bit circular and your offence at the English language means precisely nothing

Collaboration - working with others towards a common goal, the action of working with someone to produce something (e.g an outcome) - it's a perfectly appropriate use of the word.

Remainers aren't quislings yet though I'm sure some aspire to be
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« Reply #20043 on: August 25, 2019, 12:28:56 PM »

Thought of street parties with Union Jack bunting prob make Donald Tusk seethe

Can just see him tipping a big English trifle over the head of a poor lad dressed as a chimney sweep
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« Reply #20044 on: August 25, 2019, 02:51:20 PM »

Latest YouGov poll has Boris surging to big 12pts lead over Labour.

He's obv making all the right noises and could well lead to majority govt if repeated in an election. Personally much happier with him in the negotiating seat as opposed to maybot. 
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« Reply #20045 on: August 25, 2019, 05:06:57 PM »

The remainers aren't very humble here either, are they.

You make a valid point, catch them out or just plain wind them up and they scuttle off until the Guardian produces another article to bash us with. Grin Grin Grin
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« Reply #20046 on: August 26, 2019, 05:42:58 PM »

Not everyone who voted leave is racist.

But everyone sat on plastic chairs in their front garden on a bank holiday voted leave.

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« Reply #20047 on: August 26, 2019, 06:11:53 PM »

Not everyone who voted leave is racist.

But everyone sat on plastic chairs in their front garden on a bank holiday voted leave.

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Wtf are you rattling on about? 
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« Reply #20048 on: August 26, 2019, 06:30:06 PM »

Not everyone who voted leave is racist.

But everyone sat on plastic chairs in their front garden on a bank holiday voted leave.

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And if your telly is bigger than your book case, you're a chav.
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« Reply #20049 on: August 26, 2019, 06:31:56 PM »

Think Boris has rolled pretty nicely at G7
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« Reply #20050 on: August 26, 2019, 06:33:02 PM »

Not everyone who voted leave is racist.

But everyone sat on plastic chairs in their front garden on a bank holiday voted leave.

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Wtf are you rattling on about? 


I'm sure someone has hijacked his account because he used to be a useful contributor to blonde.
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« Reply #20051 on: August 26, 2019, 07:49:04 PM »

This one even better, surprised you didn't post it Tighty(smiley face)?


Almost like he has been reading here.....


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/08/24/rage-remainers-will-awesome-brexit-isnt-disaster-praying/

Read this yesterday. Good piece I thought.

'there is not only the doing down of Britain and the bigging up of the EU. There is almost pornographic catastrophism and now barely disguised vengeance' .

 Long words but echo my feelings about the collaborators

I think the word collaborators is objectionable and inappropriate. Expected better of you. Its lazy and facile.

The EU are not an enemy and language harking back to wartime sums up how leavers have dramatically misunderstood the EU throughout.

Next you will be hosting a street party in 1950s fancy dresswith Union Jack bunting and calling remainers quislings.

Calm down dearie,   I find your language, calling my language objectionable and inappropriate, to be objectionable and inappropriate - bit circular and your offence at the English language means precisely nothing

Collaboration - working with others towards a common goal, the action of working with someone to produce something (e.g an outcome) - it's a perfectly appropriate use of the word.

Remainers aren't quislings yet though I'm sure some aspire to be

embarrassing, you know exactly what the connotations of that word are.

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« Reply #20052 on: August 26, 2019, 08:55:17 PM »

This one even better, surprised you didn't post it Tighty(smiley face)?


Almost like he has been reading here.....


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/08/24/rage-remainers-will-awesome-brexit-isnt-disaster-praying/

Read this yesterday. Good piece I thought.

'there is not only the doing down of Britain and the bigging up of the EU. There is almost pornographic catastrophism and now barely disguised vengeance' .

 Long words but echo my feelings about the collaborators

I think the word collaborators is objectionable and inappropriate. Expected better of you. Its lazy and facile.

The EU are not an enemy and language harking back to wartime sums up how leavers have dramatically misunderstood the EU throughout.

Next you will be hosting a street party in 1950s fancy dresswith Union Jack bunting and calling remainers quislings.

Calm down dearie,   I find your language, calling my language objectionable and inappropriate, to be objectionable and inappropriate - bit circular and your offence at the English language means precisely nothing

Collaboration - working with others towards a common goal, the action of working with someone to produce something (e.g an outcome) - it's a perfectly appropriate use of the word.

Remainers aren't quislings yet though I'm sure some aspire to be

embarrassing, you know exactly what the connotations of that word are.

No need for connotations, some are straight up traitors to democracy, nothing short of it.....Phillip Hammond seems a prime example.
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« Reply #20053 on: August 27, 2019, 09:36:57 AM »

This one even better, surprised you didn't post it Tighty(smiley face)?


Almost like he has been reading here.....


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/08/24/rage-remainers-will-awesome-brexit-isnt-disaster-praying/

Read this yesterday. Good piece I thought.

'there is not only the doing down of Britain and the bigging up of the EU. There is almost pornographic catastrophism and now barely disguised vengeance' .

 Long words but echo my feelings about the collaborators

I think the word collaborators is objectionable and inappropriate. Expected better of you. Its lazy and facile.

The EU are not an enemy and language harking back to wartime sums up how leavers have dramatically misunderstood the EU throughout.

Next you will be hosting a street party in 1950s fancy dresswith Union Jack bunting and calling remainers quislings.

Calm down dearie,   I find your language, calling my language objectionable and inappropriate, to be objectionable and inappropriate - bit circular and your offence at the English language means precisely nothing

Collaboration - working with others towards a common goal, the action of working with someone to produce something (e.g an outcome) - it's a perfectly appropriate use of the word.

Remainers aren't quislings yet though I'm sure some aspire to be

embarrassing, you know exactly what the connotations of that word are.

No need for connotations, some are straight up traitors to democracy, nothing short of it.....Phillip Hammond seems a prime example.

Good morning

The former Chairman of the Conservative Party and Chancellor of Oxford Uni sees it differently. He has some decent credentials for knowing what democracy and representative democracy are:

https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/britain-brexit-failed-state-by-chris-patten-2019-08
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« Reply #20054 on: August 27, 2019, 10:33:43 AM »

Grandiose titles, but Chris Patten was nothing more.

It's quite a laughable angle. If we decide to ignore democracy and don't leave the EU, that is more akin to the sort of countries he is referring to.
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