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#3181

Not quite sure which category Bob Geldof fits in?
Well least not a polite one :wave:


#3182

and there it is

WHATABOUT


#3183

Two sides to every coin Pete or is it both heads on yours?


#3184

Its not everyday…

…that the Prime Minister tries to hoodwink the Queen. What have the hard right Tories reduced us to?

Frog in a tree


#3185

Snakes & Ladders…back to square one…the DUP has spoken!


#3186

Seriously… is that the best you can come up with … clutching at straws springs to mind …


#3187

There’s only variations of one solution that will ever receive large agreements: a customs arrangement between UK and EU that makes a backstop redundant.

The only other… and best solution… is to remain in the EU.

Not difficult really.


#3188

"A French company has been found liable for the death of an employee who had a cardiac arrest while having sex with a stranger on a business trip.

A Paris court ruled that his death was an industrial accident and that the family was entitled to compensation…sexual activity was normal, “like taking a shower or a meal”."
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I want to live & work in France!!

It is ‘widely acknowledged’ that this ruling is about to be enshrined in EU law :wink:


#3189

An interesting read…from both sides of the debate.

You can see that Cummings fingerprints all over the BoJo gameplan…he has replaced ‘Take back control’ with ‘Get Brexit finished’ (at any cost)…perhaps it’s time to bring this party to a conclusion…but it could be one hell of a mess to clean up afterwards!!


#3190

More Brexit enforced woes…

"
John Lewis has fallen to a half-year loss and says a no-deal Brexit will have a “significant” impact.

The retailer said while it had prepared for no deal, it could not fully offset the effect and the impact on fresh food supplies was a concern.
"

source: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-49672393


#3191

#3192

big problem for some with both


#3193

Unfortunately, nobody seems to have kept Arlene ‘in the loop’!!


#3194

Seems that there’s little difference between Thornberry’s views… and those of Nicky Morgan:


Cabinet member Nicky Morgan has been slammed for admitting she would vote Remain in a second referendum, despite serving under Brexit hardliner Boris Johnson.
The culture secretary said she did not support holding another poll, but admitted she would vote to keep Britain in the EU if given the choice.
On the BBC’s Breakfast programme on Saturday, host Charlie Stayt asked Ms Morgan: “If it comes to a point where you are asked to vote again in a referendum, can you give me a very straight answer as to how you would vote?”
Ms Morgan, who backed Remain in 2016, replied instantly: “I would vote to remain.”

source: https://apple.news/AzVBkiXBQQvO-XwWDZ2bRDg


#3195

#3196

The Liberals are attracting a lot of talented and experienced MPs to their party. This will probably be helpful in the forthcoming election and will encourage tactical voters from both Labour and Tory parties.

Cheers,

Frog in a tree


#3197

#3198

THE SAME FOUR HACKS /RAMPERS
Are in full & constant voice…Does anyone wonder why?
What has Lloyds Bank done to deserve this?
Boring, inane & repetitive .
Someone tell them …Either way … .Lloyds is going to prosper. PLEASE
Anyone agree.
Salutations.


#3199

Seems like Ross is lonely again…poor thing. Still going on about rampers! Does he even know what he is talking about?

Frog


#3200

Well he has “lived through the darkest days of a 1939/45 world war…when, as a family Britain stood alone …believing in our cause in humanity” after all so he must be the last of the few.