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Traitors to the people.

At least 15 Conservative MPs (traitors) are in talks with Labour about keeping Britain locked into accepting free movement and the EU’s single market after Brexit. Research time! Average length of a hanging rope is found in a “Drop Calculator”:- … Continue reading

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The Enemy Within comes out of the shadows

Brexit in trouble as MPs from ALL major parties join forces in pro-Europe group. Reports one of our more ‘feral’ media outlets. Ex-Tory minister Anna Soubry and Labour’s Chuka Umunna Liberal Democrats, the Green Party, Plaid Cymru and the Scottish … Continue reading

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UKIP still speaking sense

All but destroyed by the sheeple vote during the snap election, UKIP have sat quietly (well sort of) in the background watching, like many of us are, the farce that is the Brexit negotiations. Then today they issued this thought. … Continue reading

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Merkels New Song

She’s got the whole of the EU in her hand She’s got the whole wide EU in her hand She’s got her whole world in her hand She’s got the new little bitty baby in her hand The little bitty … Continue reading

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EU say Sod off.

The standard of UK news reporting is beginning to emulate the US media in its hysteria. BREAKING: Tusk and Juncker REJECT May’s EU migrants plan in bid to make Brexit impossible. UPDATE 21 h BST The President of France Emmanuel … Continue reading

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3 Million get to stay?

Weak, positively weak. One of the huge problems in the UK is migrant workers flooding the job market. Cheap labor, causing long-term unemployment for millions. And no I don’t see a million on ‘zero hours contracts’ as being employed! There … Continue reading

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Brexit is doomed from day one!

Britain has abandoned attempts to force the EU to start talks on a future trade deal immediately, and instead the UK’s “exit bill”, and other issues, will come first. Giving in on the first day? What sort of impression does … Continue reading

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