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    Quote Originally Posted by NyseriA View Post
    Was that those fringe groups that nobody had heard of until last week? Or was it the primary Remain campaign?
    I guess you mean by the "primary Remain campaign" Cameron's £9m sales (aka Project Fear MK I) leaflet sent to every UK household in 2016.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NyseriA View Post
    Was that those fringe groups that nobody had heard of until last week? Or was it the primary Remain campaign?
    The official campaign and Lib Demís both got fines, but no deeper actions.

    Neither side smells of roses. Shame remainers canít accept that.

    Leave were punished for spending over £7m and yet remain spent £9m on a leaflet alone... and got no punishment.

    Blind eye turned....

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    Cameron spent £130m to placate the leavers in his party.

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    As parliament like new laws they should pass a new short term bill. It should be a bill that forces the three main parties to stake their position on Brexit firmly and places a prison term for any MP that wins a seat on the Brexit manifesto but then votes it down in the HoC - letís say 5yrs min, banned from any public office for life after release.

    Conservatives - leave with or without a deal if one cannot be passed by jan 1

    Lib Demís - remain no matter what

    Labour - well they need to make their mind up but letís just say - leave only with a deal that the EU draft.

    The length of this new government will be until Jan 30th and then the government is dissolved.

    Go to the polling booths for a GE.

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    So come on Val, tell us again how leave voters are racist?

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50050410

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ant View Post
    So come on Val, tell us again how leave voters are racist?

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50050410
    There are many racists all over the world how having racists in Bulgaria changes the fact all UK racists voted Leave?


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    It's entirely possible Johnson to recycle EU NI sea border old proposal as some kind of new Victory Act, make new 2m extension by calling it "technical", convince ERG and 20 Labours and ratify all in UK Parliament.

    The only problem here is reality - UK will still need FTA after 2 years transition period, except this time there will be no extensions to save his sorry ass. If MPs fall for that BS without putting his lies to a new fair referendum scrutiny vote UK will be royally f*ed.

    It's a very real option. I see some people drolling over it

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/n...sent-rc8qp5x50

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    Quote Originally Posted by Val View Post
    There are many racists all over the world how having racists in Bulgaria changes the fact all UK racists voted Leave?
    You must know an awful lot of racists if you know that all the UK racists voted Leave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Val View Post
    There are many racists all over the world how having racists in Bulgaria changes the fact all UK racists voted Leave?
    Well, it appears that Bulgaria, Bulgarians, and Bulgarian football fans are all extreme racists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cousin Jack View Post
    You must know an awful lot of racists if you know that all the UK racists voted Leave.
    He's from Bulgaria, so yes he does know a lot of racists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rudolph View Post
    The official campaign and Lib Demís both got fines, but no deeper actions..
    Quote Originally Posted by irie View Post
    I guess you mean by the "primary Remain campaign" Cameron's £9m sales (aka Project Fear MK I) leaflet sent to every UK household in 2016.
    Yes, rather than the recently reported (and previously unheard of) remain campaigns that had apparently done something wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rudolph
    The official campaign and Lib Dem’s both got fines, but no deeper actions..
    Quote Originally Posted by irie
    I guess you mean by the "primary Remain campaign" Cameron's £9m sales (aka Project Fear MK I) leaflet sent to every UK household in 2016.
    Quote Originally Posted by NyseriA View Post
    Yes, rather than the recently reported (and previously unheard of) remain campaigns that had apparently done something wrong.
    Then we are in concordance.

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    We should introduce more seldom used words into the lexicon and make them popular. JRM would be proud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ant View Post
    Well, it appears that Bulgaria, Bulgarians, and Bulgarian football fans are all extreme racists.
    Whereas our fans are jolly good sorts that never get up to such racist mischief? 😕
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