Brexit Wars 3 Indeed, but Johnson won’t be able to hold off another referendum indefinitely if Scottish support grows strongly. There might also be a temptation in that an independent Scotland might guarantee Tory hegemony in England permanently. Frog in a tree
Brexit Wars 3 frog_in_a_tree: Come another independence referendum … … When Boris agrees to it ! JAR
Brexit Wars 3 fynne - hi fynne: I don’t I think only misguided idiots use twitter. Obviously this is why you and I don’t JAR PS I wonder where the Ultra europhiles get most of their encouragement…?
Brexit Wars 3 frog_in_a_tree: Let me remind you. In the EU referendum the Scots voted 62% in favour of Remain. This was the most definitive vote for either option out of all the constituent countries of the UK. Couldn’t agree more, FIAT. SNP fanatics could easily have whipped up votes to Leave to support their own longer term ambitions for seeking independence. Instead they voted with an integrity and honesty that we could do with seeing a lot more of South of the border. A great example of one of the reasons why our Union would be worse off without them.
Brexit Wars 3 HuwJarse: You make me laugh. No you’re right, everything is fine. Absolutely nothing to worry about at all. Is PMI ‘expected to come in at 30’ or at zero? Or were you just indulging in hysterical exaggeration? You better brace yourself because you’re going to be seeing similar numbers coming out of other economies around the world over the next few months. Then where will your GDP projections be? This may be as low as it goes in China.
Brexit Wars 3 “Scotland (well some !!) are simply using brexit to further ambitions of independence… they could give a monkeys about the EU … not sure what world some of you live in but try “reality” occasionally” Fynne, perhaps it is you that should free yourself from your delusions? Let me remind you. In the EU referendum the Scots voted 62% in favour of Remain. This was the most definitive vote for either option out of all the constituent countries of the UK. It is very clear that the Scots prefer membership of the EU even more than they might prefer independence. Come another independence referendum it looks very much like Brexit will decide it in favour of rejoin and independence. Cheers, Frog in a tree
Brexit Wars 3 petethenovice: and the German public are really on board… Scotland (well some !!) are simply using brexit to further ambitions of independence… they could give a monkeys about the EU … not sure what world some of you live in but try “reality” occasionally
Brexit Wars 3 Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing: China has put an absolute ban on the eating of and trading in wild animals. About time Agree wholeheartedly with that one
Brexit Wars 3 @john.a.reeves, for your delectation and delight, another Tory wanker: BBC News Tory MP apologises for exposing himself in pub A video shows MP James Grundy dropping his trousers and exposing his genitals to a woman in 2007. Cheers, Frog
Brexit Wars 3 Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing: Everybody uses twitter I don’t
Brexit Wars 3 We don’t need to run down the country. You and the Brexit fools have already done it. Shame on you. Frog in a tree
Brexit Wars 3 Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing: China has put an absolute ban on the eating of and trading in wild animals. 1/2 way there.
Brexit Wars 3 FIAT good afternoon, You and the remaining Ultra europhiles here are quite happy to run down the country because of your abject failure to stop Brexit aren’t you? Endlessly ‘ticking up’ each other’s contribution in a seeming desire to bolster each other’s efforts. If you don’t like my contributions IDGAS. Not surprised you fail to appreciate my sense of humour. I see you Ultras as sad, embittered losers living in the past. My contributions could be either sympathy or derision. I choose the latter JAR
Brexit Wars 3 Morally Bankrupt just about describes BREXIT… “To sign up to a trade deal which results in opening our ports, shelves and fridges to food which would be illegal to produce would not only be morally bankrupt, it would the work of the insane,” Batters said. “This goes wider than what’s good for farming. This is what is good for Britain.” U.K. – 25 Feb 20 Brexit Britain must avoid 'morally bankrupt' trade deals - farmers' union The lure of trade deals with countries such as the United States will test the &...
Brexit Wars 3 hows the Turnip harvest going… and the German public are really on board…