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  1. broadsword

    Brexit

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-no-deal-eu-immigration-control-vote-leave-latest-a9102686.html
  2. broadsword

    Brexit

    Under the EU citizen's charter, the UK can throw out EU immigrants if they do not, after 3 months, have the means to support themselves. That the UK, contrary to every other EU member, doesn't do this, is something only the Home Office can answer.
  3. broadsword

    Brexit

    It's a case of save the Conservative Party (and his career) at all costs. I think the Conservative Party needs to be put out of our misery and die a horrible death. Johnson might just be the fella to do that for us. it's like trying to wallpaper your lounge and get it all nice-looking while the house is on fire. If he gets his wish and no deal Brexit goes through, what then? The Brexit Party will be killed off, but the country's going to be in all sorts of bother. He's not going to get his election before no deal Brexit, so when was the last one? More than 2 years ago. So, less than 3 years to teh next one. The Tories would take a shanking worse than 1997. We're getting closer and closer to the abyss. Maybe we need to, in order to pull back at the last minute. Because the closer we get, the more people will get scared. The truth is going to come out in the end.
  4. broadsword

    Brexit

    Stuff that needs controlling.
  5. broadsword

    Brexit

    Just bin the whole thing, it's the only sensible thing to do
  6. broadsword

    Brexit

    Why can't you respect the authority of Parliament?
  7. broadsword

    Brexit

    Brexit is chaos. It's not the remainers who have caused it. None of the pro-brexit camp can even agree on what type of Brexit they want. That's because it was never formulated in advance, the arguments in favour of it were rooted in prejudice and not fact. Three years on, and the UK government is still trying to negotiate with the EU. What type of Brexit do you want and how will it benefit you personally? Who do you think of most favoured trading partner should be? And please give an example of a pro brexit poster being verbally attacked. I think by "verbally attacked" you mean having your arguments demolished.
  8. broadsword

    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    "Our team needs improving in lots of areas I would suggest and the players know that." How many players has this geezer signed? Is he saying that his signings have been gash? I can't see any rhyme it reason to the players that signs. I still get the feeling that it isn't down to him. What a mess. We're overspending on rubbish. Not strengthening the defence which is shipping goals for fun. At this rate, not only are we going down, we're going bust as well
  9. broadsword

    Brexit

    Only because they don't have to! And then they flounce off, until next time. I've never seen anything so childish. The pound is tanking, we're about to be plunged into a recession the ripples of which will be felt worldwide, we'll be left with barely any trade deals, we're at least 3 years away form having the necessary regulatory framework to go it alone. We're on the precipice of an economic meltdown, and the people who wanted it most are sticking their fingers in tehir ears and denying they'll be any problems.
  10. broadsword

    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    Yes, they have no idea what they're doing and don't trust anyone. So they'd rather carry on looking for their keys where there's a street light, even though they dropped them in the dark half a mile down the road. There's no point of having any hope until these people have left
  11. broadsword

    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    I can't understand it. He doesn't seem a foolish geezer from the things he says. But my god, he transfers are gash, of at least a mixed bag, the squad is unbalanced and the line-ups don't make sense. Is he being told who to sell and who to buy and who to pick? If we bin him, who do we get in? Someone like coyle again? I think damien Johnson would do a good job, just a feeling. In all honesty, this club won't get anywhere while venkys are still here anyway
  12. broadsword

    Brexit

    Just empty slogans and piffle
  13. broadsword

    Brexit

    It's not "in effect 1-1" in any way whatsoever. 2016 was an advisory vote on membership. A people's vote now would be on the negotiated deal. I can't set any way no deal will happen now. There'll be no renegotiation of the wa. A general election won't resolve anything. The only way out of this nightmare is a people's vote, or just revoke the whole bloody thing
  14. broadsword

    Brexit

    He'd be insane to go for a GE. Surely the only way it would happen is if there's a vote of no confidence?
  15. broadsword

    Brexit

    How we got here was a disaster capitalist coup by a small group of greedy, wealth-extracting, tax-avoiding disaster capitalists along with their media-mogul mates brain-washing the gullible. How has the UK being in the EU been to your personal detriment?
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