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1 hour ago, ManxTaxPayer said:

 

Teething problems. It will all get sorted.

However the outcry over the footballer kicking his cat marks us out from or European neighbours, who until recently thought throwing a live goat from castle ramparts to fall to its death was some sort of “sport” . 
Not to mention the spectacle of watching a bull speared to death in a ring from which it cannot escape being  being enjoyed by some.

All allowed by the government of the country.

Generalisations I know and we have relationships with other countries which indulge in much worse involving human suffering. 


But we are not in a political union with them.

If the UK had so much influence within the EU as many claim why was it unable to put an end to such barbarism?

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Six years after the referendum. Brexit already done. And they’re still playing that game. The emperor has no clothes on. Problem is the emperor is the 52% who were conned by this shower of shite.

A good opportunity for the voice of reason to write to him and request that the eu law allowing donkeys to be thrown off castles be abolished in the uk. 

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4 minutes ago, Mr. Sausages said:

A good opportunity for the voice of reason to write to him and request that the eu law allowing donkeys to be thrown off castles be abolished in the uk. 

Yeah, and celebrate the British decency shown over a footballer kicking his pet cat. Unlike those monsters in his home country.  Reason indeed. 

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2 hours ago, Mr. Sausages said:

Six years after the referendum. Brexit already done. And they’re still playing that game. The emperor has no clothes on. Problem is the emperor is the 52% who were conned by this shower of shite.

A good opportunity for the voice of reason to write to him and request that the eu law allowing donkeys to be thrown off castles be abolished in the uk. 

And here’s another thing. 

Why are so many of the Brits featured in the TV programme “Bargain loving Brits in the Sun” feel the need to establish dog, cat, donkey (you name it) sanctuaries in these foreign climes and devoting their time to fund raising?

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3 hours ago, The Voice of Reason said:

And here’s another thing. 

Why are so many of the Brits featured in the TV programme “Bargain loving Brits in the Sun” feel the need to establish dog, cat, donkey (you name it) sanctuaries in these foreign climes and devoting their time to fund raising?

Not as many since brexit restricted the Brits’ freedom of movement. All those donkey sanctuaries are closing now. Brexiters must hate donkeys. 

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1 hour ago, The Voice of Reason said:

And Britains economic growth the best of the G 7 countries.

Shows what can be done when the caged bird is set free 🦅

Isn't that because the UKs economy was the worst affected of all the G7 countries and still hasn't totally recovered? 

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2 hours ago, manxman1980 said:

Isn't that because the UKs economy was the worst affected of all the G7 countries and still hasn't totally recovered? 

And...just bc he says it, doesn't make it true. Fake news, if ever there was any. Who told him that, BoJo? And by what metric? I heard the same claim about Canada the other day. It depends what metrics you are using...unemployment, GDP growth, etc. And yes...the baseline effect matters. Business/finanancial news is notoriously full of spin to motivate equity markets.

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