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 Post subject: Re: EU and Brexit
PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2019 3:48 am 
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One of the pluses of BK is their fries are pretty good...

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EUBanana wrote:
One of the pluses of BK is their fries are pretty good...

French fries, or Brexit fries?

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One of the pluses of BK is their fries are pretty good...

French fries, or Brexit fries?


I noticed Wetherspoons is selling Freedom Breakfast 8-) .

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French fries, or Brexit fries?


I noticed Wetherspoons is selling Freedom Breakfast 8-) .

What is in the Freedom Breakfast, is it much different from the English Breakfast?

When I was roaming in Scotland on my Whisky walk, I had a Scottish Breakfast in the morning. The Scottish Breakfast is just English Breakfast with additional haggis. Tbh my version had also a hair of the dog.

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 Post subject: Re: EU and Brexit
PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 8:08 pm 
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In a massive boost to Prime Minister Boris Johnson-led British Conservatives, Nigel Farage has pulled hundreds of Brexit Party candidates ahead of the December 12 election. The Brexit Party will not field candidates in all 317 seats that the ruling Conservative party won in the last general election.

“The Brexit party will not contest the 317 seats the Conservatives won at the last election,” Farage said. “We will concentrate our total effort into all the seats that are held by the Labour party, who have completely broken their manifesto pledge in 2017 to respect the result of the referendum, and we will also take on the rest of the remainer parties. We will stand up and fight them all.”

Farage, who announced last week that he was not standing for election himself, had been campaigning to get Brexit Party candidates elected to the next parliament. After today’s announcement, he is expected to concentrate on pro-EU lawmakers from the Liberal Democrats and the Labour party contesting from vulnerable seats.



https://legalinsurrection.com/2019/11/u ... ervatives/

Glad to hear this.

Boris Johnson’s reaction:

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Responding to the announcement, Mr Johnson told Sky News he had “absolutely not” done a deal with Farage, adding: “I’m glad that there is a recognition that there is only one way to get Brexit done and that is to vote for us and to vote for the Conservatives.”


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He doesn't really have a lot of choice.

But judging by how the remainiacs are going absolutely apeshit over it, it's probably the right one. :lol:

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Boris Johnson’s Conservatives have polled 14 points clear of their nearest rivals, the increasingly hard-left Labour party of Jeremy Corbyn, his best-projected result since the election was called in October.

The YouGov poll conducted on behalf of Sky News put the presently governing Tories on 42 per cent, while Labour languished behind on 28 per cent. Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party, who have gained praise this week for standing down their candidates in over 300 seats to give the Conservatives a clear run to prevent anti-Brexit parties gaining a foothold posted their worst poll rating since their foundation earlier this year at four per cent.

The 14 point lead is the strongest for the Conservatives since a Times poll of October 30th, the day Parliament voted to hold the December general election, and the 42 point share is the highest outright score for the Prime Minister since he became Conservative leader.


https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/1 ... on-called/

Before Nero scoffs at this article from Breitbart, the story linked to a Sky News piece at:

https://news.sky.com/story/general-elec ... l-11860021

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The Conservatives have a 14-point lead over Labour after Nigel Farage's decision to stand down Brexit Party candidates in seats the Tories are defending, according to a new YouGov poll for Sky News.

A YouGov survey taken yesterday and today puts the Tories on 42%, Labour on 28% and Lib Dems on 15%.


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"Conservatoids" and "Brexiteeerians" joining forces . . . and Lions and Tigers and Bears, OH MY! :P

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https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019 ... o-fascism/

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Hillary Clinton: Brexit is a ‘Problem’ of Democracy and UK is ‘On the Path to Fascism’

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15 Nov 2019

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has waded into British politics for the second time this week, saying that Brexit is a symptom of ‘problems’ in democracies and that the United Kingdom is ‘on the path to fascism’.

Speaking at King’s College London, Hillary Clinton chimed in on UK politics again, claiming that female MPs who have quit after receiving online abuse from “hatemongers on the left or right” could lead Britain down an “authoritarian” path.

“When I heard about all these people, particularly the women, who weren’t going to run again [as MPs], and they attributed it to the threats they are going to face, that is not only a threat to individuals, that is a threat to democracies. If people are intimidated out of running for office in a democracy because of these hatemongers on the left or the right . . . that is the path [to] authoritarianism, that is the path [to] fascism” she said in comments reported by The Times.

Clinton and her daughter Chelsea, are currently in London promoting their new co-authored book – The Book Of Gutsy Women: Favourite Stories Of Courage And Resilience.

The failed presidential candidate has herself long been accused of threatening women, particularly from those women who have made claims of sexual assault against her husband, former president Bill Clinton.

In 2016, Dolly Kyle, the author of Hillary: The Other Woman, told Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125, that Hillary Clinton “uses lies, threats, intimidation, violence — whatever it takes to achieve her political ends.”

She went on to say that Mrs Clinton was a “lying hypocrite” and that she “has attacked every woman Billy’s had any kind of sex with!”

This is the second time in a week that Clinton has publicly stepped in and commented on British politics. On Tuesday Clinton came under fire for ‘interfering’ in the upcoming general election in the United Kingdom.

Breitbart News reported that Mrs Clinton took to British airwaves and told BBC Radio 5 Live that she was “dumbfounded” that the Boris Johnson government would not be releasing a report on meddling from the Russian government during the 2016 EU referendum.

“I’m dumbfounded that this government won’t release the report … because every person who votes in this country deserves to see that report before your election happens,” Clinton said.

The UK government has said that it needs more time to review the report before releasing it to the public, in order to prevent the release of sensitive national security information.

Mrs Clinton also said yesterday that the pro-sovereignty Brexit movement was a symptom of “the very real problems and disagreements that our democracies have.”

Follow Kurt Zindulka on Twitter at @KurtZindulka or email at kzindulka@breitbart.com



An article linked in the above story by The Times is at https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news ... -cffskmk90 but is behind a paywall.

So, did you hear that Brits....you guys are on the road to fascism. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: EU and Brexit
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Shrillary Clintoon misses another opportunity to be silent and not say stupid things that lead one to conclude that she's fucking nuts.

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