DUP : Brexit

AhNowStop

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Where as the ahem non sectarian saintly shin flake just bang on about themuns...

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Oophs sorry wrong election poster...

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LMFAO NEXT...
Okey dokey sure tell you what, you list all the corruption, incompetence & reneging on previous deals that SF have done since the reincarnation of Stormont and I'll list those of the DUP ;)

Me thinks I'll need an A4 filepad whereas you'll do with a postit stamp :rolleyes:

.... mind you as a DUP supporter you should be well used to postit stamps ,, sure isnt that how they communicate with eachother .. ach thats right, RHI is out soon too 😂 .. yet another DUP fukup & embarrassment


and dont be forgetting who pushed Brexit .. the DUPs own bitterness has got you all (and us) to this point .. and dont you forget it son 😉
 
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A former government Brexit advisor has suggested the DUP made a mistake by accepting there could be regulatory differences between NI and the rest of the UK.

Raoul Ruparel, who advised Theresa May, was giving evidence to a Commons committee on Wednesday.

He said one of the reasons Boris Johnson got a deal with the European Union was due to the DUP's move.

But added "that maybe wasn't the right choice" for the DUP.

 

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A former government Brexit advisor has suggested the DUP made a mistake by accepting there could be regulatory differences between NI and the rest of the UK.

Raoul Ruparel, who advised Theresa May, was giving evidence to a Commons committee on Wednesday.

He said one of the reasons Boris Johnson got a deal with the European Union was due to the DUP's move.

But added "that maybe wasn't the right choice" for the DUP.



Certainly exposes the DUP supporters who keep telling us they have got the best negotiators on Earth. 😂

Hilarious stuff McS.
 

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A former government Brexit advisor has suggested the DUP made a mistake by accepting there could be regulatory differences between NI and the rest of the UK.

Raoul Ruparel, who advised Theresa May, was giving evidence to a Commons committee on Wednesday.

He said one of the reasons Boris Johnson got a deal with the European Union was due to the DUP's move.

But added "that maybe wasn't the right choice" for the DUP.


no prize for wee brick this yeah then ... the Brits made some cod outta them .. eejits :rolleyes:
 

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Where as the ahem non sectarian saintly shin flake just bang on about themuns...

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Oophs sorry wrong election poster...

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LMFAO NEXT...
In the 2011 census, Unionist aged:-

16 to24 were way down to 44 percent

25 to 34 were way down to 40 percent

35 to 44 were way down to 47 percent

55 to 64 were way up to 47 percent

65 to 74 were way up to 57 percent

75 to 84 were way up to 58 percent

85 and over were way up to 62 percent

Your gerrymandered vote in the occupied 6 counties of Ireland is collapsing.

In the new census in 2021 - Unionists as a whole are expected to be down to the mid to low 40 percent.

Unionism in Ireland is finish - we Irish will have the whole of our country back - and soon - very soon.
 

Mickeymac

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In the 2011 census, Unionist aged:-

16 to24 were way down to 44 percent

25 to 34 were way down to 40 percent

35 to 44 were way down to 47 percent

55 to 64 were way up to 47 percent

65 to 74 were way up to 57 percent

75 to 84 were way up to 58 percent

85 and over were way up to 62 percent

Your gerrymandered vote in the occupied 6 counties of Ireland is collapsing.

In the new census in 2021 - Unionists as a whole are expected to be down to the mid to low 40 percent.

Unionism in Ireland is finish - we Irish will have the whole of our country back - and soon - very soon.

Unionists are not too bright when it comes to facts and figures TB.
 

Talk Back

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Unionists are not too bright when it comes to facts and figures TB.
You would think the losers would show some humility given their dire situation in Ireland.

When we have our Victory Ball - the nomads will be serving us Irish the horderves.
 

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You would think the losers would show some humility given their dire situation in Ireland.

When we have our Victory Ball - the nomads will be serving us Irish the horderves.

Good read here regarding the OP.

 

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Now they’ll be able to show that ‘trusted trader’ stuff, and innovative British technology well back from the border, makes for frictionless trade accross the Irish Sea.
Should be a doddle.

Talk and opinion is great, but it’s so more persuasive to demonstrate ‘working in practice’. Now’s the chance they’ve been waiting for.
 

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Now they’ll be able to show that ‘trusted trader’ stuff, and innovative British technology well back from the border, makes for frictionless trade accross the Irish Sea.
Should be a doddle.

Talk and opinion is great, but it’s so more persuasive to demonstrate ‘working in practice’. Now’s the chance they’ve been waiting for.
Yep, can’t wait to see it :sneaky: Lol
 

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I couldn't agree more. This has been a problem in the years before the referendum. There has been a misguided notion that the GFA implied that important changes in Ireland were now a matter of agreement between Unionists and Nats. But the DUP never signed up for anything other than a minimalist version of what the GFA implied and had every intention of doing whatever they liked whatever Nationalists thought of it.. However they have suffered a reaction from the Irish government which now talks openly about a united Ireland not to mind the deafening silence from Nordie Nats about their future intentions for the province. For them Humpty Dumpty is lying in pieces on the ground and the kings men and horses are as helpless as they ever were. They've picked this fight themselves. They've taken a public beating and lets see what kind of a lesson they will learn from it. I hear talk of an olive branch over the Irish language.
 

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I couldn't agree more. This has been a problem in the years before the referendum. There has been a misguided notion that the GFA implied that important changes in Ireland were now a matter of agreement between Unionists and Nats. But the DUP never signed up for anything other than a minimalist version of what the GFA implied and had every intention of doing whatever they liked whatever Nationalists thought of it.. However they have suffered a reaction from the Irish government which now talks openly about a united Ireland not to mind the deafening silence from Nordie Nats about their future intentions for the province. For them Humpty Dumpty is lying in pieces on the ground and the kings men and horses are as helpless as they ever were. They've picked this fight themselves. They've taken a public beating and lets see what kind of a lesson they will learn from it. I hear talk of an olive branch over the Irish language.
Even that is less than what the Scots and Welsh have.

Unionists still not fully broken in - more humiliation is needed.
 

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They might lose the South Belfast seat, but then they largely won that by luck. Can't see them losing any of the rest. As you say they will argue that if you don't vote for us, SF will become the largest party and that will lead to Unionists backing them regardless of everything else.
See who SF are running in North Belfast?


John Finucane could win this as SDLP voters would be more inclined to vote for him than GK.
 

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See who SF are running in North Belfast?


John Finucane could win this as SDLP voters would be more inclined to vote for him than GK.
He could, but they ran him last time and he didn't win. He got closer than Gerry Kelly ever did, but there was still a decent gap. SF will throw everything they can into winning that seat, but then so will the DUP.
 

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In the 2011 census, Unionist aged:-

16 to24 were way down to 44 percent

25 to 34 were way down to 40 percent

35 to 44 were way down to 47 percent

55 to 64 were way up to 47 percent

65 to 74 were way up to 57 percent

75 to 84 were way up to 58 percent

85 and over were way up to 62 percent

Your gerrymandered vote in the occupied 6 counties of Ireland is collapsing.

In the new census in 2021 - Unionists as a whole are expected to be down to the mid to low 40 percent.

Unionism in Ireland is finish - we Irish will have the whole of our country back - and soon - very soon.
Are the 26 counties ready?
What compromises would we be prepared to make in return for a united Ireland?
 

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He could, but they ran him last time and he didn't win. He got closer than Gerry Kelly ever did, but there was still a decent gap. SF will throw everything they can into winning that seat, but then so will the DUP.
18 seats up for grabs in the North,
Likely that 17 will be filled by DUP or SF, who will do nothing to help prevent the damage Brexit will do.
Imagine 18 Alliance remainer seats - that could easily hold balance of power
 


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