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    Quote Originally Posted by Cai View Post
    Does that honestly read as being hysterical to you?
    Fanatical europhiles, yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cai View Post
    Does that honestly read as being hysterical to you?
    You are looking for honesty?

    You can have honesty or sanity from Brexiteers, but not both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talkingshop View Post
    He/she/it has been posting that same post for about 2 years now, put them on ignore.
    LOL I see the alt right trolling scum still run the show on here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volatire View Post
    It is not just stalled business investment.

    Brexit uncertainty is causing Brits to delay the purchase of new cars or moving house.

    Those calling for delays, referenda etc are globalist fanatics attempting to inflict as much damage on the UK economy as they possibly can.
    So Rees Mogg Johnson et al are anti globalisers are they

    It's incredible with the mess that Brexit is causing that eejits on here still attempt to defend it. The definition of stupidity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Se0samh View Post
    I saw that, on Newsnight I think it was, and although "we" know all about the DUPs unwarranted arrogance I wondered what the English would think of his supercilious comments ....

    and to think Ian Og is about to get dragged over the coals "again" for breaking parliamentary rules... these loons really are in for an awful wake up call

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    We appreciate the move by the Government today and remind ourselves that it is a bail-out by taxpayers for the banks. Pearse Doherty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volatire View Post
    We already have the answers.

    Does Brexit destroy jobs? Yes.

    Does Brexit create jobs? Yes.

    Does Brexit create more jobs than it destroys? Yes
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    Please elaborate on the bits in bold ?

    You have a habit of making these broad brush comments with absolutely no substance .. lets see the detail ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AhNowStop View Post
    I saw that, on Newsnight I think it was, and although "we" know all about the DUPs unwarranted arrogance I wondered what the English would think of his supercilious comments ....

    and to think Ian Og is about to get dragged over the coals "again" for breaking parliamentary rules... these loons really are in for an awful wake up call

    Very direct, very clear...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Se0samh View Post
    I love the way he uses "Northern Irish people" as a code for "right-wing northern Unionists" just as he uses "the interests of Northern Ireland" to mean "the interests of loyal British nationalists in Northern Ireland."

    There is no doubt about it: the DUP position on Brexit is wiping away any residual sympathy that ever existed for their concerns south of the border. And they seem delighted about it.

    Anyone would swear that they still represented the majority of the population in Northern Ireland.

    They really are in for an awful landing.

    Or are they acting out a desire to go down in flames as a political force? Or to mix the metaphor, if we can't have it all, we might as well jump over a cliff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by devonish View Post
    Only if it's accompanied by higher productivity, which is not the case with the UK, growth based on currency devaluation is short lived.
    exactly ,, yer man reVolting doesnt seem to grasp that!

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