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# 781 : Tuesday 21-11-2017 @ 12:25
 
 
The three stooges -
The U.K. Civil service have no plans for managing their border post brexit this from the mouths of their top civil servants , they might build car parks inland for customs like .... well holy god
And on the ni border not a sausage of an idea has crossed their glazed eyes nothing zilch zero
Is this taking back control?


They're just messing, it's like they want things to fail so things can fall apart and they can achieve their goals of privatizing the NHS and making loads of money and advancing their agenda
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# 782 : Tuesday 21-11-2017 @ 13:06
 
 
Someone said :

The UK government is responsible for all of the costs of moving the two agencies in london , including any lease

The european commission will decide where the agencies will move.

Now the French/German axis will be renewed and the 27 will move unimpeded by the ever moaning england towards ever closer Union, where the parliament sits is irrelevant.

Damn, we missed the EMA by a tie-breaker! (But the UK will indeed foot that bill with the UK landlord!)

What is left for Ireland to scavenge?
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# 783 : Wednesday 22-11-2017 @ 10:51
 
 
Someone said :

Damn, we missed the EMA by a tie-breaker! (But the UK will indeed foot that bill with the UK landlord!)

What is left for Ireland to scavenger?

I think you mean the EBA because Ireland dropped out of the competition for the EMA and of course as was always the case the U.K. Is responsible for costs of moving the agencies to their new homes .

What's " scavenger" ?

Michel Barnier pointed out that brexit means brexit everywhere so that means the affected financial services sector must transfer to the EU from the uK and they are already doing it.
They are moving to Frankfurt Paris Amsterdam Dublin and Luxembourg mainly.

ema scarlet for ya !
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# 784 : Friday 24-11-2017 @ 02:21
 
 
Brexit means brexit everywhere ... wow what a surprise U.K. Cities can't be EU cities of culture after brexit ...
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# 785 : Friday 24-11-2017 @ 13:42
 
 
I think we should make sure that next year they win the Eurovision. Just to piss them off.
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# 786 : Saturday 25-11-2017 @ 10:57
 
 
Ooh look the DUP open their mouths and out falls racism and xenophobia and Taylor can't understand what he's done wrong.
Wonder why more of their hate speech isn't reported?
Misogynistic and homophobic isn't enough for them.
What nice neighbours we've got .
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# 787 : Saturday 25-11-2017 @ 11:59
 
 
Someone said :
Ooh look the DUP open their mouths and out falls racism and xenophobia and Taylor can't understand what he's done wrong.
Wonder why more of their hate speech isn't reported?
Misogynistic and homophobic isn't enough for them.
What nice neighbours we've got .

He did not call him the Indian faggot, so that's progress...
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# 788 : Sunday 26-11-2017 @ 06:04
 
 
It’s interesting that that miserable curmudgeon, Arlene Foster of the Party of hatred and bigotry (otherwise known as the DUP), did not state concerns about a possible “hard border” between the NI and ROI and was much more concerned with dragging her little statelet down with the rest of the UK. She knows well that she has the weak Tories over a barrel on their electoral deal and that NI is so propped up by subsidies from London that it couldn’t function without these massive transfers of wealth.

Delightful....
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# 789 : Tuesday 28-11-2017 @ 01:10
 
 
Dopey Davis hasn't handed over the 58 reports on the effects of brexit like he's supposed to, he only delivered 37 , that's all there is , more porky pies dave and they are all censored
If the effects of brexit are so bad that the minister responsible has to censor the reports he's required to deliver to a select committee, then the brexshitters are on a one way course to either a second referendum or a very long transition.


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# 790 : Wednesday 29-11-2017 @ 18:53
 
 
So
UK gov are giving in on Everything ....
Not surprising really brexshit is a disaster

Will there be an election
BReversal ?
Will there be a long long transition brnorway?

Is brrealiaty sinking in for the average brit?
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# 791 : Thursday 30-11-2017 @ 10:08
 
 
It's amazing how all of the hard-core brexshitters always run for cover when anything actually happens
Boris is " away" dave is silent and fox not a peep and Gove nothing .... He hasn't even caught a bus!
Jacob doesn't want to dance and the witch of the north has her trowel out but she doesn't know how to make cement ....
Dear oh dear
It's not a soap anymore
It's more like a children's education program

Still though the pound is up because of a chance of a deal , this is a big plus.
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# 792 : Thursday 30-11-2017 @ 14:34
 
 
And there it is the UK gov have sold out the Ulster unionists for a chance of a whiff of getting access to the single market for services on which the UK economy is based - the dup have been bought off
It remains to be seen if after the transition they are allowed access for services , what's more likely is banks & industry and people will move this year ...
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# 793 : Friday 1-12-2017 @ 20:29
 
 
Ha ha the UK gov can't cope cos it's Ireland that decides if they go to phase 2 talks or not they actually can't get their heads around it ....
Hello
If they actually wake up and do some work come on Dave wake up you can do it ( or are they all wanking away watching porn ???) Guess what ?
Spain will also have a direct veto next
And the EU parliament after that so it's hard work !
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# 794 : Monday 4-12-2017 @ 12:00
 
 
Ok so now the like position of Irish citizens in the Uk isnt as like sekure as tereza may spelled ot out somewhere - which I suppose is supposed to scare the Irish gov into allowing this lying British/ Tory gov go forward in the talks but logic will teach any right minded person you can't trust a person a party or a government that doesn't keep it's word!
Oh
And btw if Irish citizens lose rights in the UK , UK citizens will lose rights in Ireland .

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# 795 : Monday 4-12-2017 @ 17:29
 
 
Well that snap election just started biting everyone in the ass!
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