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#563387
Listen, who among us hasn't at some point idly considered the prospect of sticking a red hot poker up Boris Johnson's backside with a chuckle? I know I have.

Stay strong TWA, the adults are starting to make themselves heard in the debate.
#563398
bluebellnutter wrote:
Tue Jan 08, 2019 10:40 am
Listen, who among us hasn't at some point idly considered the prospect of sticking a red hot poker up Boris Johnson's backside with a chuckle? I know I have.

Stay strong TWA, the adults are starting to make themselves heard in the debate.
I hope so, but reading this thread has got me down again.

#563402
BT could lose millions of pounds of EU contracts after Brexit

Leaving EU with no deal would heighten risk of contracts being terminated early/quote]

https://www.theguardian.com/business/20 ... ter-brexit
#563455
Just as well Seaborne hasn’t any ships
The mayor of Ostend has told the BBC the Belgian port will not be ready for a new ferry line in time for Brexit.

Bart Tommelein was asked about the UK government's award of a £13.8m contract to Seaborne Freight for a service between Ramsgate and Ostend.

He said it was "impossible" that Ostend would be ready and that he was going to Ramsgate next week to discuss the situation with "all the stakeholders".
#563468
Bercow is actually a Tory, isn't he? I must say, it's really quite refreshing to see him act so independently in his role over the past few years. I know that's his job and it should be expected rather than praised, but with this current crop of arseholes it's good to see. No wonder the tabloids fucking hate him and the Tories keep trying to oust him.
#563474
Bercow was a full on headbanger like Bernard Jenkin.

And Brexit has been very bad for the arrogance of executive power. Especially with a not very bright authoritarian PM who doesn’t seem to always grasp the concept of parliamentary sovereignty.
#563530
Safe_Timber_Man wrote:
Wed Jan 09, 2019 11:32 am
Bercow is actually a Tory, isn't he? I must say, it's really quite refreshing to see him act so independently in his role over the past few years. I know that's his job and it should be expected rather than praised, but with this current crop of arseholes it's good to see. No wonder the tabloids fucking hate him and the Tories keep trying to oust him.
Don't forget the shameful Tory attempt to unseat Bercow back in March 2015, during the final few hours before Parliament dissolved prior to the GE. An ambush led by Hague and Gove, if I recall correctly. Bercow was clearly struggling to hold back the tears once it became apparent the move had failed.

I suspect a lot of bridges were burned on that particular day.
#563552
Tech developer quits UK saying Brexit has ‘killed’ his business

IT specialist from former Yugoslavia says he didn’t want to be ‘trapped on an island descending into mindless tribalism’
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... s-business
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