jackos wrote:Blackwhite wrote:Devi wrote:And there’s no way they’d revoke.
That's our prerogative, Shirley... Or am I missing something
“They” as in BlowJobs crowd.
Devi wrote:Blackwhite wrote:Ponte wrote:And the time between now and the deadline will be taken up by a Tory leadership circus.
Meaning we have to revoke. I'll take that.
I’ll take it too but if the lunatics take the asylum over any more, it’ll be no deal on 31-10...
London_White wrote: Equally I can't see there being a GE this side of the October deadline, why even give the brexit party/ukip a platform?
Blackwhite wrote:Interesting stats.
They can't all be dying off already, can they? Collective gammon apoplexy?
jackos wrote:May gone, Tory party all in for a no deal exit, disastrous Election for Labour and still not even a slight hint that Corbyn might resign? How far do Labour have to fall before he and his supporters get it?
Ponte wrote:Emily Thornberry was very straight to the point on t’box last night. Stating that Labour now had to do what they should have done before and firmly campaign for a 2nd ref with remain on the paper.
MightyWhite wrote:‘crash out in a ball of fire playing the theme music from The Dambusters’ parties.
Mustafaster wrote:As an EU citizen living in continental Europe can I just say.
You voted Farage as the biggest single party, it looks increasingly likely that Boris will get the gig.
Go on, fuck off and leave. With or without a deal as you see fit, but go.
There's 27 other countries, all with their own problems that need sorting, we have a continent to build.
So ... errr... So long, and thanks for all the fish.
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