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DimPrawn
24th June 2016, 09:25
I love the word Brexit, it feels good. :smokin


Gidiot -----> :laugh
Camoron -----> :laugh
Blair -----> :laugh
Brown -----> :laugh
Jean-Claude Juncker -----> :laugh
Goldman Sachs -----> :laugh


Have I missed anyone to laugh at?

FatLazyContractor
24th June 2016, 09:27
Have I missed anyone to laugh at?

http://forums.contractoruk.com/avatars/xdimprawn.gif,qdateline=1451341407.pagespeed.ic.rM ShE-cwn2.jpg

rl4engc
24th June 2016, 10:04
Have I missed anyone to laugh at?

Oh how people must be laughing at this Twunt.

http://www.nottinghampost.com/images/localworld/ugc-images/276368/Article/images/29382315/14518729-large.jpg

DimPrawn
24th June 2016, 10:08
Oh how people must be laughing at this Twunt.

http://www.nottinghampost.com/images/localworld/ugc-images/276368/Article/images/29382315/14518729-large.jpg

What a ******* joke. :laugh

BoredBloke
24th June 2016, 10:09
Why did Eddie Izzard think that dressing as somebodies granny would help the cause?

PurpleGorilla
24th June 2016, 10:13
Goliath shouted fear and we said yes we can.

This tells the world, 'the Brits have balls'.

DimPrawn
24th June 2016, 10:14
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-rEnsnmi2akQ/UsvfgFH5ODI/AAAAAAAAFkE/wyco5ekeaw4/s1600/Some+Mother+Do-2.jpg

GB9
24th June 2016, 10:18
I love the word Brexit, it feels good. :smokin


Gidiot -----> :laugh
Camoron -----> :laugh
Blair -----> :laugh
Brown -----> :laugh
Jean-Claude Juncker -----> :laugh
Goldman Sachs -----> :laugh


Have I missed anyone to laugh at?

Millipede
Farron
Merkel
Tusk
Sturgeon

Old Greg
24th June 2016, 10:19
I love the word Brexit, it feels good. :smokin


Gidiot -----> :laugh
Camoron -----> :laugh
Blair -----> :laugh
Brown -----> :laugh
Jean-Claude Juncker -----> :laugh
Goldman Sachs -----> :laugh


Have I missed anyone to laugh at?

British workers.

DimPrawn
24th June 2016, 10:22
British workers.

They are laughing now. Hopefully Britain has rocked the World.

A global revolution!

Old Greg
24th June 2016, 10:28
They are laughing now. Hopefully Britain has rocked the World.

A global revolution!

Hope will keep you going through the hungry years ahead.

bobspud
24th June 2016, 10:30
Hope will keep you going through the hungry years ahead.

That and the fact that the banks are already climbing down off of their high horse about fleeing the country...

MrMarkyMark
24th June 2016, 10:35
That and the fact that the banks are already climbing down off of their high horse about fleeing the country...

You surprise me ;)

Old Greg
24th June 2016, 10:36
That and the fact that the banks are already climbing down off of their high horse about fleeing the country...

Frankfurt seizes on Brexit to woo London bankers - MarketWatch (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/frankfurt-seizes-on-brexit-to-woo-london-bankers-2016-06-24)

UK's financial sector reels after Brexit shock - RTÉ News (http://www.rte.ie/news/business/2016/0624/797820-uk-financial-centre/)

stek
24th June 2016, 10:38
There is something else to consider, now Westminster has been granted the power to take us out of the EU, is it not most likely we'd just adopt the Swiss or Norway model, still pay in, same trading terms, same freedom of movement, just no say in EU policy?

No referendum on that, Westminster will just chose whatever suits them.

DodgyAgent
24th June 2016, 10:44
British workers.

They are the ones that voted for Brexit

Old Greg
24th June 2016, 10:46
They are the ones that voted for Brexit

The irony is not lost on me.

NotAllThere
24th June 2016, 10:47
Goliath shouted fear and we said yes we can.

This tells the world, 'the Brits have made a monumental balls-up'.FTFY

Old Greg
24th June 2016, 10:47
There is something else to consider, now Westminster has been granted the power to take us out of the EU, is it not most likely we'd just adopt the Swiss or Norway model, still pay in, same trading terms, same freedom of movement, just no say in EU policy?

No referendum on that, Westminster will just chose whatever suits them.

I should think so, if the EU offers it. Otherwise perhaps there will be another referendum to get the "right" result.

vetran
24th June 2016, 10:50
There is something else to consider, now Westminster has been granted the power to take us out of the EU, is it not most likely we'd just adopt the Swiss or Norway model, still pay in, same trading terms, same freedom of movement, just no say in EU policy?

No referendum on that, Westminster will just chose whatever suits them.

one hopes that the new PM has the sense to consult on that.

I'm pretty sure Brexit voters don't want EU lite.

stek
24th June 2016, 10:50
I should think so, if the EU offers it. Otherwise perhaps there will be another referendum to get the "right" result.

So it's looking fairly likely we've just taken one step back, that's all....

Meet the new boss, same as the old boss....

Old Greg
24th June 2016, 10:51
one hopes that the new PM has the sense to consult on that.

I'm pretty sure Brexit voters don't want EU lite.

What % of them do you reckon want EU lite?

Old Greg
24th June 2016, 10:52
So it's looking fairly likely we've just taken one step back, that's all....

Meet the new boss, same as the old boss....

It's just now we're on a Performance Improvement Plan.

It will be Eurozone, Schengen and no veto for us.

stek
24th June 2016, 10:52
What % of them do you reckon want EU lite?

Won't EU Lite, it'll be EFTA Special Brew!

SueEllen
24th June 2016, 10:54
What % of them do you reckon want EU lite?

They will when higher skilled jobs start being lost and wages stay depressed.

But least the Eastern Europeans won't be here so the Brits can do crop picking and care work instead.

SuperZ
24th June 2016, 11:17
I'm not sure a real Brexit will happen as many think it will. I've only just realised the Leave vote was 52% - hardly a decisive vote to base such as huge decision on. Many didn't bother voting expecting a remain to happen.

Winstone Churchhill once spoke about the biggest argument against democracy being a 5 minute conversation with the average voter on the street.

Old Greg
24th June 2016, 11:21
I'm not sure a real Brexit will happen as many think it will. I've only just realised the Leave vote was 52% - hardly a decisive vote to base such as huge decision on. Many didn't bother voting expecting a remain to happen.

Winstone Churchhill once spoke about the biggest argument against democracy being a 5 minute conversation with the average voter on the street.

Tough. The rules are the rules. And the rules state that Parliament will make the ultimate decision.

shaunbhoy
24th June 2016, 11:24
Winstone Churchhill once spoke about the biggest argument against democracy being a 5 minute conversation with the average voter on the street.

And he also said "If Britain must choose between Europe and the open sea, she must always choose the open sea!"

:wink