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Brexit
#1
Giddy



Thought that now we're on the cusp of the sunny uplands, with no migrant issues to worry about as we have taken back control of our borders, I'll kick this off again.



Todays News.
We're begging the French to help us take back control of our borders, that we have taken back control of. Its also been revealed that come 1 Jan, we will no longer be in the EU migrant fingerprint database scheme that returns migrants back to their point of entry, thus making our borders harder to control.

Undecided
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#2
Not worried! Cummings has proposed buying a couple million sharkfins from a mate's company who have never made sharkfins before and make the unemployed attach them to their back and swim in the Channel to deter them. World Beating Shark Army incoming!
SHOW SPOILER CONTENT
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#3
Pritti Vacant Patel has dispatched the new head of Border Force Channel Operations D-Day 2020, Captain Pugwash to the scene.

[Image: 1260691_Captain-Pugwash.jpg]
Here he is with his trusty crew and Roger The Cabinboy
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#4
Pretty disgraceful that Sky & BBC are sending camera crews & reporters out to yell at refugees in dinghies making an incredibly dangerous crossing, 

The lack of basic humanity is depressing. It's not good journalism and it's pretty gruesome TV, Disgusted
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#5
(11-08-2020, 12:18 PM)ladsnet Wrote: Pritti Vacant Patel has dispatched the new head of Border Force Channel Operations D-Day 2020, Captain Pugwash to the scene.

[Image: https://d1nslcd7m2225b.cloudfront.net/Pi...ugwash.jpg]
Here he is with his trusty crew and Roger The Cabinboy

Is Master Bates there for a ride as well?!? Tongue
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#6
(11-08-2020, 01:34 PM)Ollie2UK Wrote: Pretty disgraceful that Sky & BBC are sending camera crews & reporters out to yell at refugees in dinghies making an incredibly dangerous crossing, 

The lack of basic humanity is depressing. It's not good journalism and it's pretty gruesome TV, Disgusted

If anything they are keeping these people alive. Where is the coastguard?
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#7
EU subsidy loss 'could wipe out British farms'



Boo. Hoo. Hoo.

Tug
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#8
Just import everything from the EU (and chlorinated chicken from the US). Approve
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#9
Well I'm also hearing that due to the bizarre weather, the wheat harvest has been a bit of a failure this year.. so we'll end up having to import most of our basic foodstuff.. and with no deal that means big tarrifs.. which means basic foodstuffs rocketing in price... which means mega inflation....

But you know... tis just Project Fear init.
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#10
Can anyone let me know when the winning starts?
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#11
GET BACK TO THE OFFICE !!!

Despite homeworking seeming to 'work' with most people preferring it and being actually MORE productive, HM Government (Cummings) is now desperate to get us back in our offices.
I always thought this was cos all the sandwich shops etc were suffering.. but no. Someone on the radio mentioned yesterday..

A lot of the millionaire Tory donors are property magnets. Who own city centre office buildings. Who don't want companies moving out.

Who'd have thought it eh ?
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#12
(28-08-2020, 09:49 AM)ladsnet Wrote: A lot of the millionaire Tory donors are property magnets.  Who own city centre office buildings.  Who don't want companies moving out.

Who'd have thought it eh ?

You didn't think that the UK is a democracy.  Did you? Wink
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#13
Fuck me, we're FLYING,  Giddy

All those Brexit naysayers can shove this up their arse - a MAJOR trade deal with Japan agreed already...in principle...which will BOOST the UK economy by...um...0.07%,  Tumbleweed

And it basically mirrors the agreement we already had in place via the EU,

It's going to go ever so well isn't it?,

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-54116606
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#14
(11-08-2020, 11:39 AM)9in Wrote: Not worried! Cummings has proposed buying a couple million sharkfins from a mate's company... Chris Gralying has been put in charge!

Genius!
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#15
Good to hear that Boris has declared the UK is now going to be the global leader in wind power.

Just like we're the global leaders in Covid track & tracing, post Brexit trade deals and ping pong I expect
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#16
What kind of wind was he referring to?
Hot air perhaps?
(Can't think of a good farting joke now.)
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#17
(06-10-2020, 10:55 PM)ladsnet Wrote: Good to hear that Boris has declared the UK is now going to be the global leader in wind power.

Just like we're the global leaders in Covid track & tracing, post Brexit trade deals and ping pong I expect

Boris will fart us to those sunlit uplands?!
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#18
(06-10-2020, 10:55 PM)ladsnet Wrote: Good to hear that Boris has declared the UK is now going to be the global leader in wind power.

Just like we're the global leaders in Covid track & tracing, post Brexit trade deals and ping pong I expect

Thing is this is a really easy win/bullshit lie for Boris because we're already one of the world leaders in offshore wind (by capacity, innovation, expertise in certain areas). However, Blair, Brown, Cameron, and May all did this, not him. 

Cherry on the top is that barely any UK companies are leaders, we rely on Euro based companies for developing capacity...
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#19
Indeed.
Was reading something a while ago that we COULD have been the world leaders in making turbines. But we couldn't be arsed. So now the Danes are making billions selling them to everyone. Including us.

GLOBAL. BRITAIN. Approve
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#20
Turbines are a right wing plot anyway. Attach enough of them to Britain and when the wind picks up we can propel ourselves into the mid Atlantic.
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