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i was at a business forum in london last week, they had a snp msp giving a speech who said they had a fully costed plan   my question was-   how will you fund the 70% of lost income from the UK? h

It's interesting, there is very little willingness on the part of Remain supporters to acknowledge there was a philosophical or political justification for wanting to leave.  Freggyragh's post exempli

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i did ask you the other day and you still haven't answered.......

If you knew anything about the way these two leaders are locally regarded, you would know that they will be both likely be voted out of office next time. The question you pose is therefore irrelevant. Innit?

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3 hours ago, Freggyragh said:

Only one man can stop unification, U.K. vassalage and Scottish independence, and that’s your hero Corbyn. 

no one seems to have told corbyn that this deal doesn't have a trade deal as part of it johnboy......

3 hours ago, TheTeapot said:

It seems to me that the person having the meltdown would be you. You're falling apart Woody.

 

its faf- just what i wanted to see......

its up there with call me dave's "reformed eu" deal........

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1 hour ago, ballaughbiker said:

If you knew anything about the way these two leaders are locally regarded, you would know that they will be both likely be voted out of office next time. The question you pose is therefore irrelevant. Innit?

so you don't know what your talking about again.......

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Cabinet has no option but to back it - they promised the country a unicorn, and a £39B donkey with a dildo on its head (Copyright PK)  is the closest David Davis, Minister for Exiting the EU, Liam Fox, Secretary of State for Foreign Trade and Boris Johnson, Foreign Secretary, could find. The liars were given over two years to make the deal they reckoned would be easy. No doubt Davis and Johnson, having jumped ship, will now try to save their reputations by shouting ‘that’s not a unicorn!’ as loud as anyone. :whatever:

There’s an upside though - the thickest people in the U.K. are now vowing to never vote again because they never got their unicorn. :)

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