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  1. David Cameron : Brexit not so bad, after all.

    David Cameron: Brexit's turned out 'less badly than first thought' - BBC News

    Started by chopper, 24th January 2018 17:56
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    2nd February 2018 08:52 Go to last post
  2. The Partridge/Tucker debate

    https://www.bigissue.com/culture/alan-partridge-vs-malcolm-tucker-how-our-iannucci-exclusive-broke-internet/

    Started by FarangMau, 31st January 2018 00:58
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    1st February 2018 12:50 Go to last post
  3. Flogging BKK embassy to do up the wiring in Paris Embassy and court Indians

    It is all looking good

    Started by clearedforlanding, 31st January 2018 14:05
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    1st February 2018 10:06 Go to last post
  4. Another rejection...

    Dear John.... https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-britain-eu-finance/eu-rejects-brexit-plan-for-banks-by-britains-financial-industry-idUKKBN1FK15D

    Started by darmstadt, 31st January 2018 14:34
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    31st January 2018 23:17 Go to last post
  5. Brexit Revolt

    Jacob Rees-Mogg leads Brexit revolt You couldn't make it up could you, they won the referendum and they're still leading revolts. :D

    Started by BlasterBates, 25th January 2018 22:14
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    30th January 2018 21:51 Go to last post
  6. We only want skilled migrant workers....

    Er, doesn't really look like it: https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jan/30/skilled-migrants-protest-against-uk-visa-policies

    Started by darmstadt, 30th January 2018 09:09
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    30th January 2018 18:46 Go to last post
  7. Any Brexit deal will hit UK economy - government paper

    Any scenario will be worse then staying in for 15 years. As stated many times, staying in would be best. You have the best trade deal possible and you can have blue passports. ...

    Started by Eirikur, 30th January 2018 08:31
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    30th January 2018 16:06 Go to last post
  8. Pay your bar bill and leave a few mill behind the counter ...

    Seriously??? https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jan/14/britain-must-pay-more-for-calais-migrants-says-french-minister First we have to pay to move the border to France because they can't keep the economic migrants from jumping on lorries from the camp the french built next to the...

    Started by vetran, 16th January 2018 21:56
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    30th January 2018 10:37 Go to last post
  9. Something good from Brexit

    Not so many fatties: McVitie’s Digestives reduce packet size by 100g due to increasing post-Brexit costs | The Independent

    Started by darmstadt, 19th January 2018 14:02
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    29th January 2018 15:32 Go to last post
  10. Carney says Brexit already costing UK economy 10B per year

    https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-britain-eu-boe/boes-carney-sees-10-billion-pound-brexit-hit-to-uk-economy-times-idUSKBN1FE16I Of course there will be some third rank brexiteer IT contractors here who won't believe it

    Started by Eirikur, 26th January 2018 09:51
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    29th January 2018 14:33 Go to last post
  11. That which must not be named

    When even the Prime Minister fears mentioning Brexit, we know they have no clue about what the future state will look like. Perhaps she should get her own forum section, so she has her safe space? ...

    Started by meridian, 27th January 2018 08:49
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  12. Brexit 2.0

    What will Brexit 2.0 mean for UK? - BBC News I expect an urgent patch to to 2.0.0.1....

    Started by BrilloPad, 25th January 2018 08:54
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    26th January 2018 12:24 Go to last post
  13. Hammond in davos

    So Mr Hammond's speech in davos, he says he wants a brexit that delivers no change whatsoever, free movement for all from anywhere in Europe. What about the blooming referendum? What is the point if nothing changes? Surely there are going to be political fallouts from this idiot saying this?

    Started by CoolCat, 25th January 2018 16:25
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    26th January 2018 12:02 Go to last post
  14. What happens when you get something back from the EU for a change

    Government borrowing narrows to 17-year low after EU rebate Imagine the UK economy now if was hadn't squandered a 500bn pounds to the EU over the last 45 years....

    Started by DimPrawn, 23rd January 2018 21:34
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    25th January 2018 10:10 Go to last post
  15. The new pantomime on the Customs Union

    hey up.... new pantomime about to start New Pantomime on the Customs Union We can all boo when Boris pops up. :D

    Started by BlasterBates, 22nd January 2018 10:57
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    22nd January 2018 12:36 Go to last post
  16. Bridge to Nowhere

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/jan/19/boris-johnson-proposes-22-mile-bridge-across-the-channel Whats the blonde buffoon been sent out to distract everyone from today? Oh, thats right, Macron making it very explicit to the Maybot that financial services will not be part of any...

    Started by meridian, 19th January 2018 21:01
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    22nd January 2018 09:14 Go to last post
  17. a year and a bit and counting

    Hard to believe the position of the UK is no different from when Article 50 was handed in. The very hard Brexit exit is becoming more of a reality - so suggests the newspapers out this way. It's becoming clear there's not going to be any significant progress for some years.

    Started by scooterscot, 21st January 2018 12:50
    post hoc ergo propter hoc
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    21st January 2018 22:16 Go to last post
  18. Hard Brexit - Vauxhall to leave UK

    So much winning https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-peugeot-uk/peugeot-ceo-u-k-plants-uncompetitive-open-to-south-america-alliance-idUKKBN1F72DX?il=0

    Started by Eirikur, 18th January 2018 18:59
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    post hoc ergo propter hoc
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    21st January 2018 16:20 Go to last post
  19. Backdated tax changes are a brilliant idea

    As long as they benefit your wealthy friends and donors. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/jan/19/mps-on-both-sides-back-tax-break-for-referendum-campaign-donors

    Started by meridian, 19th January 2018 20:53
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    19th January 2018 20:53 Go to last post
  20. Those peace loving Brexiteers are at it again

    Anna Soubry blames death threats on 'mutineers' headline - BBC News

    Started by DaveB, 19th November 2017 18:09
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    19th January 2018 12:55 Go to last post

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