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    Essential watching for illustrating how the EU referendum came about in the first place. I'm sure most of you know this, but please give it a watch. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episod...es-1-1-we-quit

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    Tusk was going in today- very telling how cutting his language was. What a fucking shambles

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    He's finished being cordial and a miracle he bit his tongue that long. Would not be surprised if he called May a dickhead to her face.
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    Damn... Tusk went IN. I'd rather the liars and the people behind the dark money went to court rather than hell though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Zeppelin View Post
    Damn... Tusk went IN. I'd rather the liars and the people behind the dark money went to court rather than hell though.
    It's a nice thought but doubt it. i liked how he talk about both sides being pro Brexit- no one seems to really talk in those terms even though it's a fact. I'd have him in charge any day of the week compared to these jokers

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    The only problem is he's provided all the ammo for the cunts need to blame the carnage of a no deal on the 'obstinate EU'.
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    Absolutely. No point being coy at this point, that's always been the line anyway and these twats deserve all of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagger View Post
    Absolutely. No point being coy at this point, that's always been the line anyway and these twats deserve all of it
    About fucking time someone actually started saying what feel rather than towing a party line. Europe has no reason not to be straight up, everyone knows it's a retarded situation and they're the grownup in the room. Hopefully this will lead to some constructive conversations, even if they end up getting nasty that's ok, it's a nasty situation.
    What a ridiculous clusterfuck of totally uncool jokers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InPraiseOfIdleness View Post
    About fucking time someone actually started saying what feel rather than towing a party line. Europe has no reason not to be straight up, everyone knows it's a retarded situation and they're the grownup in the room. Hopefully this will lead to some constructive conversations, even if they end up getting nasty that's ok, it's a nasty situation.
    Language like a 'special place in hell' will lead to constructive conversations? Hmm, not sure about that one. If you're going to call someone out then do it properly and say that David Cameron should never have called a referendum if he had no plan in place for if the vote was to leave, we can all bang on about Rees-Mogg, Farage, Boris or even May but there were hardly any protests or demands from the public to hold a vote, UKIP was still pretty insignificant even at its peak, but then Cameron went and held the referendum anyway and left for someone else to 'steer the ship'.

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    Are the Labour party in genuine danger of having a nearly coherent Brexit strategy? Maybe:

    https://www.politics.co.uk/blogs/201...like-norway-pl
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