Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by Allsorts, Dec 2, 2018.
No name calling there.
Do you even read your own posts?
How do I even do that?
You don't need any help
But , maybe you do.
Talking riddles again?
It's not a riddle Chippie.
Just because you didn't understand it. Doesn't make it a riddle.
I'll buy you some plasters for Christmas.
To protect the abrasions on your knuckles.
Dobbie made the claim - post #102. I asked him if it's true.
If it is true, then I agree with the rest of his statement.
This thread appears to be meandering towards the kind of Brexit the Tories are trying to push through Parliament: a piecemeal deal, littered with spite and snide assertions, wild accusation and denial.
Most of the above coming from the remain camp.
I have no idea where you are getting that from Bodkin.
I have not seen anyone on this forum say that May's deal is good and yet to see anyone say its the deal they want or prefer. All I've seen is the remainers saying a hard brexit will be disastrous (most likely it will hit the economy hard and the pound will fall) But you will find most remainers don't want May's deal either.
Then the leavers want a hard brexit.
So I don't know where you got that the remainers want may's deal.
Yea; but is it, really?
it was more a metaphorical comment on how debates surrounding Brexit descend into rancourous argument.
It isn't just 'Remainers' who say a hard Brexit/no deal would be bad for the British economy but independent advice from people who know far more about these matters than us commonors.
It'll be interesting to see which way the ECJ votes the day before the Commons vote is due to take place and whether the EU will allow the UK to simply stay in the union without penalty.
It'd be worth it to see the look on Rees-Mogg's pinched little face; or hear the spluttering waffle pouring from the lying pie-hole in Johnson's ugly mug.
The downsides of No Deal are greatly exaggerated, it's Project Fear mark 2. Staying in or accepting Theresa's deal will be a lot worse.
Say's the senile idiot, have the drugs worn off or are you on day release?
It makes me wonder why people pay for subscriptions to The Economist and the Financial Times, when they could come here and read your cutting-edge analyses for free.
What happened to your in depth economic analysis with Longs?
I think he preferred the idea of having a life.
He's probably still researching it, he does like a long statement.
John Redwood, really
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