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By Bones McCoy
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Ahh, so that's Damian Green.
I've been under the impression that he was yet another of Schapp's aliases.
Tubby Isaacs wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 8:06 pm
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By Tubby Isaacs
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Andy McDandy wrote:
Sun Jul 12, 2020 6:41 am
What the fuck does he expect them to do? Drive over to Reading and park there?
Damian Green knows Brexit is bollocks, but he took one for the Tory team.

Is there not another Kent Tory MP who he can pull rank on? Natalie Elphicke looks a candidate in Dover. Got to be some Green Belt in her constituency that they can stick a lorry park on.
 
By youngian
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Excitable #FBPE Tweeters deserve a mention on this thread. Today the Ashford lorry park is going to be when the scales fall from Brexiter eyes. I doubt Ashford Leavers not in the haulage industry (another bunch of Leave turkeys like farmers) will even know of its existence. Sack someone in the local cafe and its down to Brexit. I was piled on for daring to suggest car factories don't move on a whim and if a productive plant like Nissan in Sunderland can find a way to circumnavigate Brexit they will. Although the government is doing its best to kick that plant in the bollocks and may well reach a tipping point at the end of the year. Most of them are in no way as absurd as a Darren Grimes or Hartley Brewer on the other side but they need to calm down a bit.
 
By youngian
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Tubby Isaacs wrote:
Mon Jul 13, 2020 2:16 pm
David Davis seriously calling for the WA to be torn up. What we signed, apparently, implied a free trade deal. So we can. Or something.
They’re all at it plucking the WA out of the ether. Brexit betrayal and failure this week is bought to you by Theresa May and the Fenians
Rt Hon Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP

Brexit can only be considered to have been delivered once the United Kingdom has left the strictures of the European Union on the 1st January 2021 having restored complete control of our laws, borders and money and as a coastal state again, our waters. The point is that Sovereignty was at the core of the Brexit vote. The British people understood that, encapsulated as it was in the phrase – ‘Take back Control.’ They know unless we complete the Transition Period as a fully sovereign state without conditions or limitations, we will not have delivered on the Brexit mandate. However, at this moment, the British negotiating team has inherited Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement and the Political Declaration it is these which continue block the UK’s sovereignty despite Boris Johnson’s elimination of the Irish Backstop and fixed end to the Transition Period. The Chief Negotiator, David Frost, knows this for he has said, it is not “some clever tactical position” but the “point of the whole project”. https://centreforbrexitpolicy.org.uk/op ... gn-future/
 
By Kreuzberger
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This prick was quoting Niemöller last week, conveniently omitting the homosexuals with their pink triangles of which his mated would approve.

He is thick, talentless, charmless, and void of any emotional velcro yet never off the telly. A Kajagoogoo for our times.
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