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By Messianic Trees
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That reminds me I was going to post this the other day:

Eight times Brexiteers said leaving the EU wouldn't mean a Scottish referendum

Farage, of course, figures among the usual suspects:
Last May, the then-Ukip leader called the prospect of Nicola Sturgeon calling a second Scottish independence referendum "moonshine":

"The idea that the UK votes for independence and Nicola Sturgeon tries to hold a referendum against independence, that amuses me to begin with . . . You mean a non-independence referendum. She would be voting against independence . . . This is an independence referendum we're having in the United Kingdom.

"With oil at 45, 50 bucks a barrel, it's moonshine. The Scottish people would not buy into that and the SNP know that too."
 
By Malcolm Armsteen
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I see that Nargle Fargle is being questioned by Inspector Ofknacker over comments he made in his LBC 'show'. Apparently this is because he called Sweden the 'rape capital of the world'.

http://www.itv.com/news/2017-03-20/nige ... -lbc-show/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

What are the odds that the BBC will just refer to this is Top Bantz?
 
By davidjay
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Malcolm Armsteen wrote:I see that Nargle Fargle is being questioned by Inspector Ofknacker over comments he made in his LBC 'show'. Apparently this is because he called Sweden the 'rape capital of the world'.

http://www.itv.com/news/2017-03-20/nige ... -lbc-show/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

What are the odds that the BBC will just refer to this is Top Bantz?
Or more likely ignore it.
 
By Big-Iain
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Nargle Fargle Mangles Arling. Found in a Marina Hyde article.
During their jolly to Washington for Trump’s inauguration, Nigel Farage and Brexit financier Arron Banks staged the most solemn of pilgrimages to Arlington National Cemetery to lay a wreath at the grave of a British soldier who perished in 1944. The fact that he succumbed to anaemia whilst working a desk job approximately 4,000 miles from Normandy – perhaps the only person in Arlington not to have actually died for their country – was somewhat de-emphasised. It’s the pose that counts. They took a documentary crew with them, obviously, and I picture the footage as the political version of Spinal Tap at Elvis’s headstone.
The hero in question.
 
By The Red Arrow
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BANDWAGON-JUMPING PRICK JUMPS ON BANDWAGON SHOCKER!

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Ian Dunt‏Verified account @IanDunt 28m

Ian Dunt Retweeted Nigel Farage

Every day he sounds less happy-go-lucky-I'll-have-your-finest-ale-Nige and more like Le Pen.
Ian Dunt‏Verified account @IanDunt 28m
Replying to @IanDunt

Also he's a fucking imbecile.
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