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antrin last won the day on August 30 2017

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  1. antrin

    January Arrivals

    I'll keep believing div, till the witching hour of 7.00pm when all will be revealed.
  2. antrin

    Brexit Negotiations

    3 most fatal for her and the Tories are: Stopping Freedom of Movement (even Norway's suggested style of Union guarantees Freedom of Movement) UK having its own Trade Policy (That would keep us out of the Customs Union) Retaining the Union (the Ulster border backstop is proving fatal to EU's and swivel-eyed Brexiteer's acceptance) I hope this helps?
  3. antrin

    Brexit Negotiations

    If May gets rid of her self-imposed Red Lines for Brexit, a deal could be done - but that would lose the support of her right wing xenophobic Tories and so destroy her party. If she surrenders to them and propels us into a No Deal brexit, then that would destroy the country. An easy choice for normal people.
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    Brexit Negotiations

    I notice that in your responses to me you avoid tackling the points I make. A common problem with swivel-eyed Brexiteers. Mogg, Johnson, Gove, farrage, yourself are great at promising everything will be fine in the No Deal promised land, and yet refuse to answer any of the doubts and questions raised by those who are less optimistic. instead you resort to ad hominem comments.. not bright and not unexpected. For the same reason, oakshite will be annoyed at you correcting his misspelling of my nom de plume. He uses that as ad hominem when he runs out of intelligent response. Eg every post to me. I think oakshite is being too respectful to him. What do you think? (saves you addressing any problems Brexit may cause). and also respectfully, just because you can’t see logic doesn’t mean it’s not there - you may well be the weak link in that chain. Not me.
  5. antrin

    Brexit Negotiations

    Fair enough. i was giving you the benefit of the doubt - speaking to you as a normal sentient being - that you weren’t as thick as you’re now admitting. i apologise for that.
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    Brexit Negotiations

    Actually… Wrong. It was a vote to leave. That I can agree with. But it was not a vote to leave as you say... in the same way as in it was not a vote to leave by sticking sharp sticks in our eyes, poke hot irons up our arse or follow sevco forever after. It was merely a vote to leave. What the canny swivel-eyed Brexiteers and May have managed to negotiate as their leave deal (Because in an adult world,there must be agreements about splitting up) is so much worse than people could have imagined and much, much worse that what we have, already. How can you enjoy a debate when you don't grasp the basics? That must be very frustrating.
  7. antrin

    Brexit Negotiations

    Actually… Wrong. It was a vote to leave. That I can agree with. But it was not a vote to leave as you say... in the same way as in it was not a vote to leave by sticking sharp sticks in our eyes, poke hot irons up our arse or follow sevco forever after. It was merely a vote to leave. What the canny swivel-eyed Brexiteers and May have managed to negotiate as their leave deal (Because in an adult world,there must be agreements about splitting up) is so much worse than people could have imagined and much, much worse that what we have, already.
  8. First line I saw in the link stated that it was filmed following Drone Rules (or words to that effect.) It wisnae loading for me so that's all I really noticed...
  9. Beginning to think you MAY not be a Buddie. What's with all these craply realistic comments?! With the signing of a couple of players, deleting of many more and a week or so wi nae fitba, REAL Buddies expect this to be a walkover - even if it was Barcelona that Saints were facing. We never learn... I'll take a nail-biting 1-0 for Saints.
  10. antrin

    Brexit Negotiations

    Are you the same person day to day? Or is your body renewing in myriad ways, constantly? Or is your alleged scientific bent in some obscure, irrelevant silo - with no access to general knowledge?
  11. antrin

    Brexit Negotiations

    That was always a part of the Uk's relationship with the EU. (And should have been a basic ongoing instinct of any member nation.) Nothing would have changed in that respect - it was not a new promise, a new offer - it was simply a case of remaining, of continuing the status quo, as in life, constantly changing but remaining the same. Why the f**k would anyone sane even contemplate how Remain would be changing anything? A slippery memory is the least of your worries when you come out with absurdities like that.
  12. antrin

    Brexit Negotiations

    This is lunacy. Simplistic pishy wittering, as you call it. The kind of Remain that was being offered was remain. Not changing anything. Not negotiating timeshares in Estonia, not setting sideways trade deals with the Cook Islands not f**kin' anything but Remain! It was just remaining. It's the duty of those wishing to change a status quo to justify the reasons for doing so that off a better deal than Remain. They did. They lied. Big style on the side of Busses. And instead of Taking Back Control, we are now scrabbling to find any means by which we can retain any sort of control.
  13. antrin

    Brexit Negotiations

    Yes. It's very different. Due to UK Parliamentary Sovereignty, it's a constitutionally non-binding way of finding a bit about how the population feels. For some unknown reason, {glory as the PM who did it?), May decided that as 30% of potential voters in the UK agreed with the swivel-eyed Brexit nutters pulling her own party apart that she'd go with that. Then she rushed far too fast into it, announcing our leaving as soon as she could - with no need for such a rush - and while her Brexiteer ministers had yet to find out just how costly the whole exercise would be for the country. Here's an example: John Allan - President of the CBI on BBC Radio 4 this morning. "The notion that we throw away the free trade agreements that we have with the EU and through the EU, that account for about 70% of our trade, and trade successfully under WTO rules is frankly cloud-cuckoo land."
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    Speculation Thread

    Aye... I clocked that, as well....
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    January Arrivals

    Wrong thread in which to post simplistic, erroneous comments about Brexit. Even if a dreamland Brexit did ever occur, there would be no more control of immigration than at present (any trade deals with China or India, for example, will definitely include big immigration from both countries - same with African Trade deals) and we will spend millions on ensuring our goods and services comply with ALL the countries with whom we do trade.
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