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#11 (permalink)      9/18/2019 3:57:45 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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John major the grey man. Nice peas dear lmao




Pity spitting image hasn't made a return.




“John Lloyd — who has previously said he believes Spitting Image might have prevented Brexit if it had been on air during the referendum — adds that the show “educated a bunch of kids in politics” and “made them interested in it”.”


Roger Law was on R4 a couple of months ago, he’s in talks with producers to bring the show back although he says it will be far more difficult to parody most current world leaders as they are already grotesque caricatures of human beings anyway...

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#12 (permalink)      9/18/2019 4:06:49 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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BoJo's current plan seems to be to travel around Europe and embarrass the UK everywhere he goes.



Over here a great many see that Luxembourg incident as an insult to the UK and not a humiliation for Boris.

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On the continent a great many see that Luxembourg incident as BoJo embarrassing and humiliating the UK and it's population.
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Boris is a pathological liar and a coward...


Boris lies...





"'there's no press here' says Boris... looking directly at a camera, in the hands of a press photographer who, erm...isn't there...apparently.

Twat.
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all I care in connection with the brexit is Kate Rew being left with no access to decent men on the continent

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Brexit: Corbyn promises to 'deliver option people choose'


Pushed on whether he would personally support Leave or Remain, he refused to commit, saying instead: "As PM, my job will be to bring people together."
His remarks come ahead of Labour's conference where he is expected to face increasing pressure to back Remain.




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mick d boris will give the brexiteers the hard brexit they crave but he's still a fucking buffoon...don't confuse a 'desired' policy with the half wit...or a rank opportunist liar with anything other than that.

most of the EU just think good riddance to bad UK rubbish



and having constant pops at corbyn...what scares you guys about him? the fact that he's not rabid for either side so he's an 'enemy of the people' well good luck with the next 20yrs of austerity.


and you can trust the 'we won't form a coalition with the tories' unless they offer us a really big bribe..how far can you spit?

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most of the EU just think good riddance to bad UK rubbish



If that's the true feeling of the EU, leaving can't come soon enough.


having constant pops at corbyn...what scares you guys about him?


Him? Nothing. The people behind him is a different matter.

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Vostock wrote:

mick d boris will give the brexiteers the hard brexit they crave but he's still a fucking buffoon...don't confuse a 'desired' policy with the half wit...or a rank opportunist liar with anything other than that.most of the EU just think good riddance to bad UK rubbish and having constant pops at corbyn...what scares you guys about him? the fact that he's not rabid for either side so he's an 'enemy of the people' well good luck with the next 20yrs of austerity.and you can trust the 'we won't form a coalition with the tories' unless they offer us a really big bribe..how far can you spit?


😂😂😂😂😂

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If that's the true feeling of the EU, leaving can't come soon enough.

I have my doubts about the bureaucrats in Brussels, but it has become the feeling of a majority of the population of the EU 27 by now.



Just rip off that Band-Aid and let's move on.

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Brexit: Corbyn promises to 'deliver option people choose









With rabid Brexiteers on one side and defectors from every political party insisting on revoking article 50 on the other, the fence would seem to be the most sensible and pragmatic place to be. Vote for a catastrophic no-deal, a flat refusal to accept the, admittedly marginal, majority vote or put a compromise on the table that might bridge the divide between the “leave” and “remain” camps.


The last thing we need is further polarisation, instead politicians need to look at a solution that is acceptable for the broadest part of the middle ground.


Or something like that...


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