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So Mrs May once again loses the vote by a substantial majority on her deal.

MPs voted down her deal by 391 to 242

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Funny that Mr Corbyn has now failed to mention a 2nd referendum, he's lead people down the garden path and will stitch everyone up.
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@dvorak wrote:

"Funny that Mr Corbyn has now failed to mention a 2nd referendum, "

 

Quite clear that the  the very LAST thing Corbyn wants is a fresh referendum - he's with the DUP and ERG on that.

 

@dvorak wrote:

"he's lead people down the garden path and will stitch everyone up."

 

Yep - he certainly has and certainly will continue to do so, just like too many of all MP's in senior positions.

Using the Brexiter tactics of getting people to say lies like 'oh, he is the most honest and open person I have ever met' to hide that in reality he is a despicable treacherous little censored.gif.    People do tend to believe what they are told on TV for some strange reason.

 

 

 

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I don't belieeeeve it!  No post in this thread at all yesterday!  Must be a christmas holiday.Laugh

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And by posting that you have pushed it back to the top position! Smiley

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@Jonpe wrote:

I don't belieeeeve it!  No post in this thread at all yesterday!  Must be a christmas holiday.Laugh


 

We should be grateful for small mercies perhaps Wink

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And there's quite a nice selection of small murphies appearing in the shops right now. (= spuds in case you hadn't heard that one!).

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@Jonpe wrote:

I don't belieeeeve it!  No post in this thread at all yesterday!  Must be a christmas holiday.Laugh


 

LOL

Nothing significant  to report

 

Mays deal got trounced again - only surprise (and a warning) is by how relatively few  - try again next week (the important one running the clock out plan wise).

Parliament voted to reject no deal Brexit - which sadly means SFA as far as things go to even most of them

Brexiters still taking rhinopoop

 

 

So ... nothing significant to report.

 

 

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UK signs post-Brexit trade deal with Fiji and Papua New Guinea!!!!!

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@VileReynard wrote:

UK signs post-Brexit trade deal with Fiji and Papua New Guinea!!!!!


 

Yeeee-harrr! Cheesy

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@VileReynard wrote:

UK signs post-Brexit trade deal with Fiji and Papua New Guinea!!!!!  Thumbs Up

 

That'll do nicely for the fruit  Fruits from Fiji......  Citrus fruits like lemon, lime, mandarin and orange. Melons, guava, avocado, bananas, coconut, pineapples and papaya..............

 

Won't go hungry after all.  Grin

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Probably not a good idea, according to Hazardous Metal Pollution in the Republic of Fiji and the Need to Elicit Human Exposure

In the Republic of Fiji, a developing country in the South Pacific, several different environmental studies over the past 20 years have shown levels of lead, copper, zinc and iron in sediments of the Suva Harbor to be 6.2, 3.9, 3.3 and 2.1 times more than the accepted background reference levels, respectively. High levels of mercury have also been reported in lagoon shellfish....

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Nigel Farage at the 70% vote Leave Sunderland 'Home' of Brexit:

"We're marching from Sunderland to London... get your walking boots on!"

... but he will walk only "some of it"

 

 

"The will of the people is very clear,"

SURE IS

 

 

sunderland Brexit march.jpegInto the valley of Brexit strode the 200

 

 

I'd laugh, but if thats the support Sunderland - let alone all Farage's supporters can muster ...

No wonder its been quiet here - they were busy making up the numbers there ...

 

Even Sunderland CLEARLY doesn't believe in it any more.

 

 

 

How these few were 'depicted' by The Sun (and still struggled despite careful camera angles)

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8651096/brexit-supporters-nigel-farage-clash-remainers-march-london/

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