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Old 21-09-2019, 07:24 AM
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By no way a fan of Leo, FG or priests but this line waa good,

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That holy water exchange in full: Jokingly given holy water to take to his next meeting with Boris Johnson, Leo Varadkar asked: “Do I throw it over him?” #Brexit https://t.co/kKBduAVyaZ
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Old 21-09-2019, 07:28 AM
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Boris is a genius.

Chlorinated comrade Corbynoff's approval rating was -25 in 2017, it's now -58, the lowest rating in history. Boris and the conservatives are unceasing their ratings

Apart from rich remainiacs, the people see Boris as defending democracy against the EU bedwetters that eat from the trough.
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Old 21-09-2019, 07:29 AM
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By no way a fan of Leo, FG or priests but this line waa good,



Childish, and not surprising.
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Old 21-09-2019, 07:34 AM
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Nail on the head by Fintan

And the underlying political obstacle is that, in one sense, the Brexiteers are right: any negotiable deal is a bad deal for the UK because it is demonstrably worse than the status quo. It swaps first-class EU membership for second-class EU membership, and however you dress that up it is a pretty miserable outcome.
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Old 21-09-2019, 08:01 AM
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Both main U.K. parties imploding
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Old 21-09-2019, 08:03 AM
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Nail on the head by Fintan

And the underlying political obstacle is that, in one sense, the Brexiteers are right: any negotiable deal is a bad deal for the UK because it is demonstrably worse than the status quo. It swaps first-class EU membership for second-class EU membership, and however you dress that up it is a pretty miserable outcome.
I am convinced that the do not even know what the customs union or single market is but they are convinced that they must leave it.


Brexit has broken Britain
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Old 21-09-2019, 08:23 AM
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Nail on the head by Fintan

And the underlying political obstacle is that, in one sense, the Brexiteers are right: any negotiable deal is a bad deal for the UK because it is demonstrably worse than the status quo. It swaps first-class EU membership for second-class EU membership, and however you dress that up it is a pretty miserable outcome.
The man who lives up to his name is right for once, leave means leave.
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Old 21-09-2019, 08:25 AM
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I am convinced that the do not even know what the customs union or single market is but they are convinced that they must leave it.


Brexit has broken Britain
The EU has broken Greece, and Italy, and now recession hit Germany.
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Old 21-09-2019, 08:39 AM
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The EU has broken Greece, and Italy, and now recession hit Germany.
There would be no more recessions if countries were not in the E.U.?

Italy and Greece were financially stable before they joined the E.U.?

How did that work out in the global recession in 2009?



Stick to the predictions.
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Old 21-09-2019, 08:47 AM
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There would be no more recessions if countries were not in the E.U.?

Italy and Greece were financially stable before they joined the E.U.?

How did that work out in the global recession in 2009?



Stick to the predictions.


What was the size of their national debt before the euro, and what are they now?

I'll wait.
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