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Roast Em Bobby
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This just goes to show what a total ignorant fool you are, prove to me I’m not wrong by showing me something ive posted that says I dislike/hate muslims???
Go on have a trawl through any posts try not to get muslims and Islam confused won’t you.... what an absolute helmet.


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The most fundamental fact is that there is a trade-off between the ability to determine our own rules and access to foreign markets. This fact of life isn’t applicable just to the EU but to any advanced free trade agreement. If you take a purist position on sovereignty, we won’t get advanced trade deals, we will trade less and we will be poorer.

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Nothing there at all showing that I hate muslims and you know it 😃 you’re still an very ignorant fool!


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I'll let others read and judge. I'm pretty sure any sane and fair minded individual would come to the same conclusion as me. Indeed in that list of threads others have also accused you of the same thing.

For the record then, what are your official feelings towards Muslims?


The most fundamental fact is that there is a trade-off between the ability to determine our own rules and access to foreign markets. This fact of life isn’t applicable just to the EU but to any advanced free trade agreement. If you take a purist position on sovereignty, we won’t get advanced trade deals, we will trade less and we will be poorer.

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At least try and keep it civilised on this thread or for the sake of my own sanity I'll lock it. If you can't discuss this albeit emotive subject without insulting one another, go somewhere else


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]I'll let others read and judge. I'm pretty sure any sane and fair minded individual would come to the same conclusion as me. Indeed in that list of threads others have also accused you of the same thing.


God you’re hilarious trying to save face 😂 quote me where I‘m hating or even insinuating hatred for Muslims?? Just apologise and move on...the Topic is about Brexit after all!!



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God you’re hilarious trying to save face 😂 quote me where I‘m hating or even insinuating hatred for Muslims?? Just apologise and move on...the Topic is about Brexit after all!!



10 days and counting until Brexit.... or not as the case may be?

Just checked and it's 999 days since the referendum was held and the majority wanted to leave the EU

Shall we all have a vote as to whether or not it will happen?  
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10 days and counting until Brexit.... or not as the case may be?

Just checked and it's 999 days since the referendum was held and the majority wanted to leave the EU

Shall we all have a vote as to whether or not it will happen?  


My heart hopes yes it’s the legal position to leave on the 29th so I’m hoping it’s  going to happen.
But my head says no! the remainers in Parliament and that include May have tried every trick in the book to stop us from leaving and they’re not about to stop now.


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My heart hopes yes it’s the legal position to leave on the 29th so I’m hoping it’s  going to happen.
But my head says no! the remainers in Parliament and that include May have tried every trick in the book to stop us from leaving and they’re not about to stop now.


I think May is playing a very crafty game to make sure an agreement is not reached so we stay in,


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I think May is playing a very crafty game to make sure an agreement is not reached so we stay in,


I think she's been doing that all along Pete... why else would she have cancelled that "meaningful vote" back in December other than to waste time in parliament

It is what it is but it gets my back up... I didn't vote to leave the EU but from day one I fully accepted the result and to me, the whole process since the majority voted out has been a complete shambles
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It takes a very special kind of idiot to make the complete and utter balls up of not just trying to govern at Westminster, but to also split your party asunder by your total incompetence. Take a bow Theresa May.

To only be able to govern by giving the biggest bunch of bigots Westminster has ever seen the odd £billion or two, is bad enough, but to then be beholden to them for the whole future of our country really does display a complete and utter fuckwittery hitherto unknown in British politics. Let's not forget the DUP are the party who still say it's not a women's right to choose thereby making abortion illegal in N. Ireland. They believe homosexuality to be a sin, a god number of them are creationists, and they have para military links - and through May's inability to work politically with anybody else bar bigots they are, in effect, the de facto government as nothing gets by without their endorsement.

Through her inability to listen to others she has created a situation where the UK are, quite rightly, the laughing stock of Europe - and speaking to Aussie friends - the world as well. The Houses of Parliament used to be looked on as the mother of democracy, and was what many countries looked to base their own democracies on. Now it's a byword for abject failure and derision. How the f*ck did we ever get to this?


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