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Old 7th Jul 2019, 19:35
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At least Sallyann does not have any influence on anything.
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Old 7th Jul 2019, 20:07
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Originally Posted by rogerg View Post
At least Sallyann does not have any influence on anything.
Just like everyone else on here.
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Old 7th Jul 2019, 20:08
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Originally Posted by Echo Romeo View Post
The BBC, can anyone take their politically leftist biased views seriously.
Watch Panorama on Wednesday and see if that's a leftist biased view.
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Old 7th Jul 2019, 20:40
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Originally Posted by Sallyann1234 View Post
There is absolutely no point in a second referendum, because it is no more likely to produce a clear majority either way than the last one.
We just have to go with it and make the best of the very poor hand that Brexit has dealt. The United Kingdom will be consigned to history.
A better way of looking at it, first rat off the sinking ship. The UK will fare ok. If you believe otherwise, relocate to a EU state.
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Old 7th Jul 2019, 21:04
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I did and moved my company to Munich 6 months after the referendum, and now shuttle back at weekends when not elsewhere on the planet. The business has thrived, and I have a multinational staff from most EU countries, and some from further afield, which has greatly improved the way we do business, which never seemed to work quite so well in little England. No matter what happens with second referendums I know we as a company will not be returning.

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Old 7th Jul 2019, 22:21
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Originally Posted by Mr Mac View Post
West Coast
I did and moved my company to Munich 6 months after the referendum, and now shuttle back at weekends when not elsewhere on the planet. The business has thrived, and I have a multinational staff from most EU countries, and some from further afield, which has greatly improved the way we do business, which never seemed to work quite so well in little England. No matter what happens with second referendums I know we as a company will not be returning.

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I do love success stories. Maybe thatíll be the nudge SA needs.
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Old 7th Jul 2019, 22:53
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Originally Posted by Mr Mac View Post
West Coast
I did and moved my company to Munich 6 months after the referendum, and now shuttle back at weekends when not elsewhere on the planet. The business has thrived, and I have a multinational staff from most EU countries, and some from further afield, which has greatly improved the way we do business, which never seemed to work quite so well in little England. No matter what happens with second referendums I know we as a company will not be returning.

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May I ask if you have personally relocated to Germany?
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Old 7th Jul 2019, 23:28
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My opinion is worthless. As all your and my opinions are.

Opinions are like arseholes. Everyone has one
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But one opinion is that Boris Johnson as PM is a gross mistake. I'm comfortable with that one.

It's actually surreal that a fraud and an incompetent is about to take up resident in number 10.

How did that happen?


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Old 8th Jul 2019, 05:57
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Reminiscent of the Labour Party.......

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/poli...-a4184096.html
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Old 8th Jul 2019, 07:27
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Originally Posted by Steepclimb View Post

It's actually surreal that a fraud and an incompetent is about to take up resident in number 10.

How did that happen?
Oh gosh, just look at who is running the EU now.
Boris is a saint in comparison.

https://order-order.com/2019/07/05/a...ew-eu-leaders/
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Old 8th Jul 2019, 08:06
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Originally Posted by Krystal n chips
There seems to be a theme developing here...
Well der.

The theme was words ending in "ate"

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Old 8th Jul 2019, 13:06
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Yellow triumph
I sold the London house, and bought an apartment in central Munich and live there during the week, but we have also a converted farmhouse and barn in Yorkshire which is our main residence. Mrs Mac is UK based so uses that house during the week, and then we decide who travels to who at the weekends. I am not saying it works for everybody, but I know of plenty of people doing the same thing, as I see them on the same flight at the weekend. When it comes to us finishing with the work stuff, we will then probably make a decision as to where we live, but you also have to factor in aged parents in her case, mine are sadly no longer with us.

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Old 8th Jul 2019, 15:01
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Originally Posted by Mr Mac View Post
Yellow triumph
I sold the London house, and bought an apartment in central Munich and live there during the week, but we have also a converted farmhouse and barn in Yorkshire which is our main residence. Mrs Mac is UK based so uses that house during the week, and then we decide who travels to who at the weekends. I am not saying it works for everybody, but I know of plenty of people doing the same thing, as I see them on the same flight at the weekend. When it comes to us finishing with the work stuff, we will then probably make a decision as to where we live, but you also have to factor in aged parents in her case, mine are sadly no longer with us.

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Thank you for some context.
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Old 9th Jul 2019, 06:38
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Coming soon...exclusive greenfield sites for premier ( non of this affordable for the peasants stuff ! ) housing developments !......well ok, maybe not, and it's being just a shade alarmist to suggest farming in the UK will disappear, but, lets remember Boris and Mr Gove have both promised to support farmers......and it's never a wise move to believe either of them, plus, cometh 2022 and guess what ?

Thankfully, the UK won't starve due to the life saving imports from Brand Trump heading our way as soon as his puppet Boris is installed....

"More chlorinated chicken darling ? "

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-48880939
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Old 9th Jul 2019, 09:29
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Perhaps you can help us, Krystal, with the latest pretzel-twists of Labourís Brexit position? Until today it was to honour the referendum result, set to be reversed at this mornings billed meeting (but only if itís ok with the unions). Will your own sentiments on the subject swerve in line with party policy?
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Old 9th Jul 2019, 10:08
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After 40 years as a Labour member and more than a third as a district councillor I have just jumped ship to the Lib Dems. As long as Corbyn remains leader I won't be supporting them at all.
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Old 9th Jul 2019, 11:22
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Originally Posted by Effluent Man View Post
After 40 years as a Labour member and more than a third as a district councillor I have just jumped ship to the Lib Dems. As long as Corbyn remains leader I won't be supporting them at all.
As a matter of interest, how would you vote in a two-way contest? We had that issue in our District election. Had to vote for the least worst options.

Admittedly a national election is unlikely to became two-way. Where the 3rd party is unlikely to win, do you vote for them and hope to win or against your least favourite candidate?
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Old 9th Jul 2019, 11:23
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Originally Posted by ShotOne View Post
Perhaps you can help us, Krystal, with the latest pretzel-twists of Labourís Brexit position? Until today it was to honour the referendum result, set to be reversed at this mornings billed meeting (but only if itís ok with the unions). Will your own sentiments on the subject swerve in line with party policy?
There will still be people who vote Labour. Anti Semites, racists and those who want more benefits.
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Old 9th Jul 2019, 11:56
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Shotone: Have you actually read, thoroughly, what has actually been said? I think you probably have but are choosing to read into it what pleases you. Labour have said, and are still saying, Labour's position is still Brexit under the compromise plan agreed between Labour & the Tories. A pro-remain option would be advocated in case a new P.M. was brave enough to put their proposed exit deal to the people. Presumably this means in case the new P.M. refuses to countenance the compromise agreement.
Hardly the major policy turn around that you are trying to imply here.
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Old 9th Jul 2019, 13:28
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Actually Kelvin, I wasnít implying anything; it was a genuine question. I really have no idea what would happen if Labour got in. Does anyone?
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