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  1. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Referendum wasn't legally binding. It was advisory only. I wish we could cancel general elections, but unfortunately we have to live with the results. Just because we have to live with the results, doesn't mean with should have to put up with Brexit. Whataboutery
  2. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    "respect democracy" And carry out the will of 36% of the electorate in a vote in which electoral law was broken, the winning margin was for percent or so, endless lies were told and it wasn't legally binding? Doesn't sound like respecting democracy to me. Sounds like the opposite. Yes, it will ruin the country for no good reason, but we have to leave because we can't cancel it? Load of tosh
  3. broadsword

    ROVERS v Boro

    Guaranteed that we won't go for any of them, if we do in fact get rid of Tony
  4. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    It's like the typical mentality of not wanting to pay to much tax but whining about the state of public services. It's the mentality of wanting the benefits of EU membership, being part of the single market, visa - free travel anywhere within the euro zone, no tariffs. But we don't want any bloody foreigners. We'll, we want their labour, but is it ok if they commute in from Poland or wherever? And when this whole disaster is finally over, they'll blame it going wrong on the EU
  5. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    A - he did say it, I'll pay the quote for you. If you've got a problem with it take it up with him B - I work in pharma. So I do know what I'm talking about. I've worked on regulatory submissions. Admittedly my knowledge of office furniture is a little hazy C - what I've said is verifiable. You post about conversations with your wife and David Brent at the chair castor and whiteboard magnet pow-wow. When people don't take you at face value you blather on about negativity. Here you go : https://pharmaphorum.com/news/chinese-patients-new-drugs-before-uk-brexit-ceo/ That's from the ceo of that company, an attributable quote. But you know better because the bloke who cleans your windows, his granny had a funny turn and asked about it at boots and the Saturday girl there said her dad went to confession and the priest there said his uncle was at lourdes and he got talking to a bookmaker who went to the doctors with an ingrowing toenail and the doctor said brexit won't affect anything. So that's me told
  6. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Talking of pharma, the head fella at ipsen has said that the UK will be considered last when it comes to new drug applications. So when it comes to ground breaking treatments, uk patients will be at the back of the queue. More good news from brexit
  7. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Another ERG fella said airbus warning that they'll move if there's no deal was an example of German bullying. He said his dad was at d day and he didn't give in to German bullying, so his son won't either. They're either smoking some nutty skunk or all that in breeding had left them completely nuts 🤪 🤪 🤪
  8. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Or this. This is mind boggling https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/irish-passport-england-uk-andrew-bridgen-tory-mp-brexit-border-eu-a8587286.html
  9. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Yeah, didn't happen. Blah blah.
  10. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    There's some geezer on Facebook who thinks we're just going to make our own cars after Brexit. These people shouldn't be allowed out on their own
  11. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Boris johnson schooling a remain voter? Can't imagine that one, how would that go? What would a remain cost be deluded about? This is whataboutery at its finest Take a look on social media, these leave voters are all the same, talking nonsense because they can't face facts. You're just making mischief now. I've never found you credible Re claiming to have voted remain
  12. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Right, so in using the video I posted to demonstrate typical leaver behaviour of total denial when faced with uncomfortable facts, was there an issue? No
  13. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    Got an example? He always strikes me as thoroughly knowledgeable.
  14. broadsword

    Brexit Thread

    https://www.lbc.co.uk/radio/presenters/james-obrien/angry-brexiter-hangs-up-brexit-ferry-contract/ Just typical of the whole brexit debate. Leavers' arguments typically are never substantiated with factual evidence. It's because they're in denial and can't accept that they've been sold a donkey.
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