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  1. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Only a e second referendum can halt a no deal brexit.
  2. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    No time left. A second referendum is the only thing that will stop the clock. A general election means that we will crash out without a deal
  3. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    You know full well that I was talking about freedom of movement. How many uk students want to study in Australia then? An economy that tanks and no more freedom of movement across the continent. Equals decreased opportunities for young people. The older generation don't care, they've made their money. Unless they're living in Spain, in which case when freedom of movement ends, they won't have the right to live in their own home any more
  4. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Twisting things again. The older generation have earned their money. They don't need to worry about making their way. Young people will be denied the opportunity to work and study on the continent because if the prejudices and selfishness of a lost of grumpy old men
  5. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    It will be stopped. Only the tory right are mad enough to consider leaving without a deal
  6. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Best option? You have got to be joking. No deal would never get through parliament. They'll suspend article fifty and keep kicking the can down the road, rather than turn the country into a basket case
  7. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Have you got a link for that, joey? Ta
  8. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    No deal? Michael Gove decided to fall in with the deal that may negotiated when he found out that no deal would lead to the UK running out of drinking water in three days. One of the things that the Brexit crew just hadn't coped with is that times are always moving on. We no longer have an empire. We don't rule the waves. We're better off joining forces and collaborating with our European neighbours.
  9. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    What an incredibly stressful and costly way for people to find out.
  10. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Can barely believe this https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/nadie-dorries-slams-brexit-deal-leave-remain-jk-rowling-a8639216.html
  11. broadsword

    Len Johnrose: 'I'm not afraid of dying'

    Ref:Black players for rovers, Did Peter baah make an appearance for rovers around about the same time? Don later signed him for Fulham
  12. broadsword

    Len Johnrose: 'I'm not afraid of dying'

    Think he pinged one of the crossbar from distance, he really smacked it. Think it was during tony parkes ' caretaker period in Ninety one. I'm sure getting that diagnosis da scarey place to be. I wish him all the best
  13. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    The deal won't get through parliament, no deal won't get through parliament. The EU aren't prepared to renegotiate. So there you have it. Brexit is dead.
  14. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Raab: “I hadn’t quite understood the full extent of this, but if you look at the UK and look at how we trade in goods, we are particularly reliant on the Dover-Calais crossing,” he said. I'm speechless
  15. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Stupidity is bad for your health
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