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  1. https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/exiting-the-european-union-committee/news-parliament-2015/brexit-white-paper-report-published-16-17/ "fake news-tard"? that does not mention- MPs_tell_May_she_must_formally_respond_to_Nicola_Sturgeon_over_Brexit____as_a_matter_of_urgency__ fakenews..... The Government must establish a more effective process for engaging the devolved administrations in developing the UK's negotiating position through the Joint Ministerial Committee for EU Negotiations (JMC (EN)). And the Committee recommends
  2. https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/exiting-the-european-union-committee/news-parliament-2015/brexit-white-paper-report-published-16-17/ "fake news-tard"?
  3. ffs its a known fake news site supported by the snp..... It's owned by the Glasgow herald, has no links to the SNP, and "fake news" isn't news you disagree with you utter fuckwit. it's an accurate report that not a single UK newspaper is reporting. Do you wonder why? cos its fake news scottard..... Yeah, what guzzi says.
  4. ffs its a known fake news site supported by the snp..... It's owned by the Glasgow herald, has no links to the SNP, and "fake news" isn't news you disagree with you utter fuckwit. it's an accurate report that not a single UK newspaper is reporting. Do you wonder why?
  5. http://www.thenational.scot/news/15200936.MPs_tell_May_she_must_formally_respond_to_Nicola_Sturgeon_over_Brexit____as_a_matter_of_urgency___/
  6. Aye, a small part of a small country was able to stop the EU in its tracks, just shame that hadn't happened before the vote, would have stopped the whole "unelected dictatorship" bollocks right there and then
  7. Ah, the Trump deflection. "We" are not in a position to tell anyone to pay for NATO.
  8. It was a statement of fact. Nothing more, nothing less. If it hadn't been overblown by the media it would simply have been digested by the other side and not a word would have been said until the negotiations. What about the threat from the EU - if you don't pay us fifty billion we don't start trade talks? Where is the shit storm about that? BALLS
  9. It's all bollocks. Whipped up by the media and now knocked down by the media. That's how they work. It sells papers, advertising etc. and keeps them in their grubby little jobs. It's a quote from the top of the EU, and repeated what everyone thought when they saw the content of May's abysmal threat letter. Yes. A quote that says they don't believe that interpretation. Did you actually read your link? They actually said that they are taking Mays word that she didn't not mean it to be a threat. Its called diplomacy...clearly something May is lacking. So why do you bel
  10. It's all bollocks. Whipped up by the media and now knocked down by the media. That's how they work. It sells papers, advertising etc. and keeps them in their grubby little jobs. It's a quote from the top of the EU, and repeated what everyone thought when they saw the content of May's abysmal threat letter. We hold all the aces I don't see why we should bend over. Those are our terms, thank you and goodbye. We don't hold any aces, we're bluffing with 7-2o
  11. It's all bollocks. Whipped up by the media and now knocked down by the media. That's how they work. It sells papers, advertising etc. and keeps them in their grubby little jobs. It's a quote from the top of the EU, and repeated what everyone thought when they saw the content of May's abysmal threat letter.
  12. perfect Aye, you had a point on that one, I assume that after 86 pages, the only reason you brought it back up was because it's the first time you've been right eh? The rest is never backed up by a link to anything.
  13. Telt! http://www.thecanary.co/2017/03/30/nicola-sturgeons-two-finger-salute-westminster-week-making-everyone-wish-scottish-video/
  14. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-theresa-may-article-50-negotiations-security-threat-latest-leave-eu-european-union-a7659466.html Slapped doon
  15. Oh me. Do you ever grasp a concept? Whisky **revenue** is shown in the financial reporting of the UK as going from England, it goes to balance of payments, boosts England (where it's credited) and reduces Scotland's figures. no it doesn't, i feel 5 nil coming up..... Well at least you admitted this isn't about "export duty" I suppose nope, i know the snp like to lie about everything, but your so wrong.... "you're" Link to this claim then please. For once back up your hearsay.
  16. Oh me. Do you ever grasp a concept? Whisky **revenue** is shown in the financial reporting of the UK as going from England, it goes to balance of payments, boosts England (where it's credited) and reduces Scotland's figures. no it doesn't, i feel 5 nil coming up..... Well at least you admitted this isn't about "export duty" I suppose
  17. How do you manage to be so wrong so often? 1. It would make sod all difference if her family was from England, so not sure what point you're going for, but.. 2. she has one English grandmother. Hope that helps.
  18. Oh me. Do you ever grasp a concept? Whisky **revenue** is shown in the financial reporting of the UK as going from England, it goes to balance of payments, boosts England (where it's credited) and reduces Scotland's figures.
  19. at the moment all good imported into the uk from outside the eu come under wto, this adds less than 2% to the cost via tariffs it changes but it is 1.97% at the moment,this is the amount the uk treasury is getting clear? never said otherwise but actual income at the moment from wto tariffs is less than 2%.... actual treasury income, its not that hard to understand is it...... You were of course implying that under WTO rules we'll be tariffed less than 2%, as will our exports, and then deliberately conflated the current increase in EU goods, w
  20. at the moment all good imported into the uk from outside the eu come under wto, this adds less than 2% to the cost via tariffs it changes but it is 1.97% at the moment,this is the amount the uk treasury is getting clear? never said otherwise but actual income at the moment from wto tariffs is less than 2%....
  21. Yeah this is the bit I wanted clarified, so you're blaming the EU for the fall in the pound? The reason goods are going up - as you'll have seen most noticeably in the shops - is the crash in sterling. Tarriffs vary widely, between 4% to 32% under WTO rules. There sure isn't a flat rate.
  22. Can I clarify what you're saying here? You're saying that under WTO rules the price of european cars sold in the UK has gone up less than 2%, now, already, due to said WTO tariffs? If that's not what you mean please clarify - without your usual non-answer, round the houses pish - exactly what you do mean?
  23. Ah, I see, you're just being a dick now. Bye then.
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