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    Re: Politics Today

    Unlike Pravda, as a government mouthpiece it's necessarily subtle, has to be. Whether it's the Farage fixation, Question Time audience Brexiter 'plants' or the regular 'random' remainers interviewed...
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    Re: Politics Today

    Whether it be BBC editorial control, or his time at The Economist where he remarked "it changed me quite a lot" and "made me question a lot of my assumptions", 'Red Andy' the student is no more.
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    Re: Politics Today

    (rofl)

    Robinson ? Humphreys ? Bruce ? Marr ? Neil ?

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DY4bS0vWAAA2uRz.jpg
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    Re: Politics Today

    Could it finally be dawning on our resident Brexiters ?

    All this talk of promising to ‘deliver Brexit’, but not one of the prospective leaders knows ‘how’ beyond wilfully leaping off the cliff...
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    Re: Politics Today

    Yet, the only candidate who has proposed a workable plan.
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    Re: Politics Today

    For the umpteenth time; the backstop proposal was tabled by the UK government, not the Irish, or the EU. To protect Norn Irish interests.

    The Brexiter ultras claim that the EU is ‘intransigent’...
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    Re: Politics Today

    This....from a Brexiter of all people. What delicious irony !
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    Re: Politics Today

    Excellent analysis piece.

    “If the UK were to crash out and then seek to address its relationship with the EU, first up would be the withdrawal agreement issues including the backstop”.

    The...
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    Re: Politics Today

    The EU know full well that the UK would not exit without a deal, ‘no deal’ or even the threat of one is not on any table.

    You cannot ‘tinker’ with the backstop any more than you can tinker with...
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    Re: Politics Today

    :D

    Rory the Tory has Ken Clarke's backing, the kiss of death.
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    Re: Politics Today

    Forest of Dean, three toes and six fingers. Formerly Swindon town born n bred.

    Could be this season's 'John Major' ?
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    Re: Politics Today

    https://capx.co/30-years-after-bruges-margaret-thatcher-is-still-right-about-europe/

    Bear in mind the author is a free marketeer from the Hayek Institute, the Thatcherite school of thought.
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    Re: Politics Today

    :)

    'Frontier', actually. The UK opted out of Schengen and retained its national border controls.
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    Re: Politics Today

    She didn't mention borders. As for protectionist, the EU's recent trade deal with Mexico slashed agricultural tariffs, Donald would have loved that ! :D
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    Re: Politics Today

    I've read it all, just quote the part that justifies us walking away, reneging on our commitments, and everything that she achieved from within the EU.
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    Re: Politics Today

    You'll have to quote the relevant part, Jase. All I glean from that piece is your glorious leaderine's pro-European views, and her willingness to fight hard for her beliefs (e.g the UK rebate and...
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    Re: Did you know...

    ...Johnson would sneeze at a line graph, and makes do with pie charts.
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    Re: Politics Today

    Hunt has declared himself squeaky clean today, no criminal indiscretions, should go down well in the Shires with the blue rinse, and now has the backing of a prominent Brexiter...looking the most...
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    Re: Politics Today

    Somewhat incongruous that the wretched McVey launched her campaign, currently delivering a 'no deal' speech to the ultras, behind a portrait of Thatcher. The very same Thatcher who gave the following...
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    Re: Greatest ever XI

    Gary Alexander was great while wearing the shirt, but a loanee. Binney and Kellow up front, TMC and Hatchie out wide, Davie Gibson and Rob Edwards midfield, Taylor twins CB, Hiley and Vinny, Miller...
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    Re: Politics Today

    .....Polish plumbers, Muslims and Turks.
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    Re: Politics Today

    Started off with Rory and his opium pipe, now Gove snorting icing sugar, prepare for the BIG reveal....Johnson and his weekend on the crystal meth.
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    Re: Politics Today

    Go Nad's Army ! (rofl)
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    Re: D DAY 75th ANNIVERSARY

    Having witnessed combat where fear induces grown men to curl up and adopt the foetal position, or freeze and **** themselves, Harry and his fellow 'marvellous men' knowingly running straight into a...
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    Re: Politics Today

    Not been a great week for the Brexit Boys.

    - Farage's one trick 'party' not winning a 60% leaver constituency after the Brexit postponement and Tories/Labour in total disarray.
    - Chief Brexit...
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