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Bad headlines

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The Telegraph’s view: When they have stopped arguing about Brexit, politicians must focus on boosting productivity No, they must focus on ending PC culture. That, more than anything else, will kill the country. Also the Telegraph: Owen Paterson adds name to rebel list The Tory Brexiteers are not the rebels. May and the Remainers are […]

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Dropping her on nought…

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Michael Gove scuppering Boris Johnson’s leadership campaign is like a fielder who’s dropped Brian Lara on 0, and now he (ie. May) is batting on and on and on, inflicting endless damage on your country, and he’s never stopping until you’re crushed… As it happens, the Tories are making a big mistake in not getting […]

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Freddie Mercury sums up the EU

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Donald Tusk says: As a motto for tomorrow, the words of Freddie Mercury, who passed away exactly 27 years ago: “Friends will be friends, right till the end”. Here are some more appropriate words from Freddie Mercury: You suck my blood like a leech. You break the law and you preach. Screw my brain ’til […]

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A quick guide to the current Brexit SNAFU

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I think the following three tweets basically sum up the Brexit situation. Ian Parkinson: In the spirit of compromise the eu have given us everything we want in a non legally binding document, we have given the eu everything they want in a legally binding document. My children wouldn't fall for that one. — ian […]

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Not in our name

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Any agreement between the UK and the EU that’s along the lines of May’s latest deal has no legitimacy or moral standing whatsoever, and should be considered null and void. Even if Parliament votes for it. The referendum result was that we should leave the EU, not become more tied to it. That was the […]

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The stupid party

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How can anyone stay in a Cabinet led by a woman who has twice deceived them with secret operations carried out behind their backs? May is a lying psychopath, and as is usual with psychopaths with power everyone has to go around pretending they’re great. Even the people who have resigned have written in their […]

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The Brexit Sec position

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To be fair to Dominic Raab, I think he took the job as Brexit Secretary for the purpose of (probably) eventually resigning. He knew he’d be sidelined, but he also knew that if the Leavers let a Remainer take the job, there would be no resignations if a bad deal was concluded. Social media