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    My apologies for the facebook link but I have no idea how to post a fb video on here. Anyway, Theresa makes a speech.

    https://www.facebook.com/energy106be...yODgwMjE1NDAz/

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    Quote Originally Posted by saga_lout View Post
    Are you going to Malta with the jobs?
    Don't know yet.

    Malta comes with a relocation allowance so pays more, but rents are high.

    Staying in Gibraltar is an option. We just bought a £340k flat so it has to be on the list. But it likely means a paycut and suddenly looks like clinging to a sinking ship.

    Stoke is on the list, as we can get a house for the cash we have in our current place and live mortgage free. But it means moving to Stoke which is cold, grim, and in England.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saga_lout View Post
    "The news comes following the complete breakdown of cross-party Brexit negotiations in the UK, and as Nigel Farage’s extremist Brexit Party and the pro-European Liberal Democrats looks set to all but annihilate Theresa May’s governing Conservative party..."

    How do they get away with describing a party with one objective, to deliver what the people voted for, extremist?

    Are you going to Malta with the jobs?
    Anyone who disagrees with a snowflake is an extremist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saga_lout View Post

    How do they get away with describing a party with one objective, to deliver what the people voted for, extremist?
    I think it's more about Farage than the Brexit Party per se. Farage doesn't do his cause any favours by calling the milk-shake-yobbos 'radicalised', for example, he's the master of dogwhistle soundbites that appeals to those who need reminding what he's really all about. So yeah, he often strays into extremism, and he's front and centre at the BP, shit sticks.

    If it was all about the cause they'd tell him to do one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theresa May
    "It is, and will always remain, a matter of deep regret to me that I have not been able to deliver Brexit".
    Not half as pissed off as we are that you wasted three years of everyone's time with your fucked up Withdrawal Agreement with the 'NI Backstop' that everyone knew right from the start would never get through Parliament.��

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    Quote Originally Posted by DefTrap View Post
    I think it's more about Farage than the Brexit Party per se.
    Oh I don't know about that...
    https://medium.com/@SJHolloway/this-...s-2a59f8f850c5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoonercat View Post
    OMG! Do you actually read that sort of thing?

    Serious question...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screwdriver View Post
    OMG! Do you actually read that sort of thing?

    Serious question...
    I don't. It popped up on my FB feed, and I thought it would give my eyes a break from all the 'OMG!'s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoonercat View Post
    I don't. It popped up on my FB feed, and I thought it would give my eyes a break from all the 'OMG!'s
    ... and then post it here because why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screwdriver View Post
    ... and then post it here because why?
    So we could all laugh along with hm at Farage's shit eating grin and beady shrimp eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screwdriver View Post
    ... and then post it here because why?
    Because I wanted to. No one is forcing you to read it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horse View Post
    In other words, the sort of jobs that ought to be automated. 'Who?' does it is the wrong question, 'Why?' is the correct question.
    Robocrop: world's first fruit-picking robot set to work
    https://www.theguardian.com/technolo...igence-farming

    When all the furriners go, there still won't be jobs for the locals.

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    Might be housing though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kneerly Down View Post
    Might be housing though!
    All in condemned caravans, if the earlier arguments are to be believed

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    Now remainers would have you believe that since the referendum vote, vast swathes of people have changed their minds.

    The EU election results donít appear to echo this sentiment.

    #justsayin

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