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I raise you.

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HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
A Liverpool fan who can't avoid using the word 'historic'.
How novel. X)
And a brexit thread being trolled by HEAWD.
How unsurprising.

White paper published, article 50 soon. :)
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I can see 2 beautiful things within this thread.
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A Liverpool fan who can't avoid using the word 'historic'.

How novel. X)

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banned 8 Likes #1
I raise you.

https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/16142523_1274064289318349_2872598419787440225_n.jpg?oh=0de5ddd0feb9e73605aa54d3cdb97d4a&oe=59084736
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A Liverpool fan who can't avoid using the word 'historic'.

How novel. X)
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HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
A Liverpool fan who can't avoid using the word 'historic'.
How novel. X)
And a brexit thread being trolled by HEAWD.
How unsurprising.

White paper published, article 50 soon. :)
1 Like #5
123thisisme
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
A Liverpool fan who can't avoid using the word 'historic'.
How novel. X)
And a brexit thread being trolled by HEAWD.
How unsurprising.
White paper published, article 50 soon. :)

"Brexit is not happenin' baby"...
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Is that a Liverpool fan having finally caught a prize?

Careful he doesn't let it slip.X)

http://i.imgur.com/UPpc9EY.gif
#7
Liverpool_Bear
123thisisme
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
A Liverpool fan who can't avoid using the word 'historic'.
How novel. X)
And a brexit thread being trolled by HEAWD.
How unsurprising.
White paper published, article 50 soon. :)
"Brexit is not happenin' baby"...

I underestimated the willingness of the government to risk the economy to appease small-minded individuals' fear of immigration.
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HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Liverpool_Bear
123thisisme
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
A Liverpool fan who can't avoid using the word 'historic'.
How novel. X)
And a brexit thread being trolled by HEAWD.
How unsurprising.
White paper published, article 50 soon. :)
"Brexit is not happenin' baby"...
I underestimated the willingness of the government to risk the economy to appease small-minded individuals' fear of immigration.

I personally find it amusing that the Scots, Welsh and N' Irish are so desperate to grab power from London only to hand it to Brussels.
#9
dozstanford
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Liverpool_Bear
123thisisme
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
A Liverpool fan who can't avoid using the word 'historic'.
How novel. X)
And a brexit thread being trolled by HEAWD.
How unsurprising.
White paper published, article 50 soon. :)
"Brexit is not happenin' baby"...
I underestimated the willingness of the government to risk the economy to appease small-minded individuals' fear of immigration.
I personally find it amusing that the Scots, Welsh and N' Irish are so desperate to grab power from London only to hand it to Brussels.

I personally find it amusing that Brexit is going to damage our economy and lead to reduced public spending on essential services, especially the NHS.

Wait, that's not amusing because people are going to be denied treatment that they need.
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#11
Liverpool_Bear
https://cdn.meme.am/cache/instances/folder417/400x/65307417.jpg

You couldn't make one up that says 'Remainer tears'?

Ultimately it's nice for people like you to get what you want. I wish you and your family the best of luck.
#12
http://news.images.itv.com/image/file/1023702/stream_img.jpg

"The bar is closed, really?"
#13
Sadly I think this bill signals that the whiners and losers in Britain have won. Those who moaned about immigration because it kept their wages down, those who couldn't get on the housing ladder and those who hadn't benefitted from the economic strength will now get their way.

What that means is the economy will see a significant amount of turbulence and the divisions between the haves and have-nots will increase. Now it's a case of looking out for what's best for your own family and letting the rest of the country go to hell.

Enjoy. <3
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HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Sadly I think this bill signals that the whiners and losers in Britain have won. Those who moaned about immigration because it kept their wages down, those who couldn't get on the housing ladder and those who hadn't benefitted from the economic strength will now get their way.

What that means is the economy will see a significant amount of turbulence and the divisions between the haves and have-nots will increase. Now it's a case of looking out for what's best for your own family and letting the rest of the country go to hell.

Enjoy. <3


did you also forecast the growth rate in UK strengthening?
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https://writepiggott.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/tears.jpg
#16
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Sadly I think this bill signals that the whiners and losers in Britain have won. Those who moaned about immigration because it kept their wages down, those who couldn't get on the housing ladder and those who hadn't benefitted from the economic strength will now get their way.

What that means is the economy will see a significant amount of turbulence and the divisions between the haves and have-nots will increase. Now it's a case of looking out for what's best for your own family and letting the rest of the country go to hell.

Enjoy. <3


so a bit like you have done all your life, as you have proudly mentioned numerous times.
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davewave
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Sadly I think this bill signals that the whiners and losers in Britain have won. Those who moaned about immigration because it kept their wages down, those who couldn't get on the housing ladder and those who hadn't benefitted from the economic strength will now get their way.

What that means is the economy will see a significant amount of turbulence and the divisions between the haves and have-nots will increase. Now it's a case of looking out for what's best for your own family and letting the rest of the country go to hell.

Enjoy. <3

did you also forecast the growth rate in UK strengthening?

They haven't strengthened you silly man. The growth rate has been violently forced upwards because of Brexit...
#19
davewave
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Sadly I think this bill signals that the whiners and losers in Britain have won. Those who moaned about immigration because it kept their wages down, those who couldn't get on the housing ladder and those who hadn't benefitted from the economic strength will now get their way.
What that means is the economy will see a significant amount of turbulence and the divisions between the haves and have-nots will increase. Now it's a case of looking out for what's best for your own family and letting the rest of the country go to hell.
Enjoy. <3
did you also forecast the growth rate in UK strengthening?

In Q4? Yes. I predicted a contraction in Q2 and Q3 of 2017.
shadey12

so a bit like you have done all your life, as you have proudly mentioned numerous times.

I'll take you off ignore for the day Shadey.

No I haven't. I've worked hard to provide the best for myself and my family so we have a good life. I've also donated to charity throughout my adult life and given to local causes in my area.

That's to me what a man is supposed to do.

Fact is Brexit will likely damage the lives of the most vulnerable in society and that's a shame, but this country has decided it doesn't want to be the 'Great' Britain I grew up in so I'm more than happy to make sure my family is comfortable and ignore the rest. If others follow my lead then I wouldn't be surprised or disappointed.
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HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
dozstanford
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Liverpool_Bear
123thisisme
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
A Liverpool fan who can't avoid using the word 'historic'.
How novel. X)
And a brexit thread being trolled by HEAWD.
How unsurprising.
White paper published, article 50 soon. :)
"Brexit is not happenin' baby"...
I underestimated the willingness of the government to risk the economy to appease small-minded individuals' fear of immigration.
I personally find it amusing that the Scots, Welsh and N' Irish are so desperate to grab power from London only to hand it to Brussels.
I personally find it amusing that Brexit is going to damage our economy and lead to reduced public spending on essential services, especially the NHS.
Wait, that's not amusing because people are going to be denied treatment that they need.

Can I borrow that crystal ball when your finished with it.
2 Likes #22
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
davewave
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Sadly I think this bill signals that the whiners and losers in Britain have won. Those who moaned about immigration because it kept their wages down, those who couldn't get on the housing ladder and those who hadn't benefitted from the economic strength will now get their way.
What that means is the economy will see a significant amount of turbulence and the divisions between the haves and have-nots will increase. Now it's a case of looking out for what's best for your own family and letting the rest of the country go to hell.
Enjoy. <3
did you also forecast the growth rate in UK strengthening?

In Q4? Yes. I predicted a contraction in Q2 and Q3 of 2017.
shadey12

so a bit like you have done all your life, as you have proudly mentioned numerous times.

I'll take you off ignore for the day Shadey.

No I haven't. I've worked hard to provide the best for myself and my family so we have a good life. I've also donated to charity throughout my adult life and given to local causes in my area.

That's to me what a man is supposed to do.

Fact is Brexit will likely damage the lives of the most vulnerable in society and that's a shame, but this country has decided it doesn't want to be the 'Great' Britain I grew up in so I'm more than happy to make sure my family is comfortable and ignore the rest. If others follow my lead then I wouldn't be surprised or disappointed.


Europe will damage the most vulnerable in society with the false hope that free movement will bring certain wealth and security, it does the exact opposite for many.
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shauneco

BBC report: UK Economy has been 'brutally raped' by growth since the Referendum. Economy forced to grow against it's will and Brexit is to blame. President Donald Trump is rumoured to have commented that he'd like to "grab the UK economy by the p*ssy and force through a free trade deal that benefits everybody".
#24
Liverpool_Bear
shauneco

BBC report: UK Economy has been 'brutally raped' by growth since the Referendum. Economy forced to grow against it's will and Brexit is to blame. President Donald Trump is rumoured to have commented that he'd like to "grab the UK economy by the p*ssy and force through a free trade deal that benefits everybody".


very sad news is that UK is the fastest growing economy in the G7, good news is that unemployment in Scotland has grown under SNP, those guys are geniuses.
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You honstly think a screwed up piece of paper that anyone could write on Word and print off is the actual bill?

Then again, a lot believed whatever was written on the side of the bus so not too surprising really.
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Towelie
You honstly think a screwed up piece of paper that anyone could write on Word and print off is the actual bill?.
Yes, don't you?
#27
As I had said multiple times *this* should have been included in the European Union Referendum Bill and enacted in European Union Referendum Act 2015.
.
Why?!
.
If Parliament had decided not to make this yes or no choice, and let people make this choice, then it is common sense to enact this choice along with enactment of the Referendum without further Parliament scrutiny of this choice.
#28
davewave
Liverpool_Bear
shauneco
BBC report: UK Economy has been 'brutally raped' by growth since the Referendum. Economy forced to grow against it's will and Brexit is to blame. President Donald Trump is rumoured to have commented that he'd like to "grab the UK economy by the p*ssy and force through a free trade deal that benefits everybody".
very sad news is that UK is the fastest growing economy in the G7, good news is that unemployment in Scotland has grown under SNP, those guys are geniuses.

Unemployment in scotland is currently lower than the national average. When did it increase?

Also why would it increasing be a good thing?
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Towelie
You honstly think a screwed up piece of paper that anyone could write on Word and print off is the actual bill?

Then again, a lot believed whatever was written on the side of the bus so not too surprising really.


the only people who bang on about the bus are the remain voters who didn't believe it anyway.
I've not heard one brexit voter moaning about it.
#30
CoeK
davewave
Liverpool_Bear
shauneco
BBC report: UK Economy has been 'brutally raped' by growth since the Referendum. Economy forced to grow against it's will and Brexit is to blame. President Donald Trump is rumoured to have commented that he'd like to "grab the UK economy by the p*ssy and force through a free trade deal that benefits everybody".
very sad news is that UK is the fastest growing economy in the G7, good news is that unemployment in Scotland has grown under SNP, those guys are geniuses.

Unemployment in scotland is currently lower than the national average. When did it increase?

Also why would it increasing be a good thing?


lower % of UK total does not equate to it falling or rising. have a look a gov.scot
#31
shadey12
CoeK
davewave
Liverpool_Bear
shauneco
BBC report: UK Economy has been 'brutally raped' by growth since the Referendum. Economy forced to grow against it's will and Brexit is to blame. President Donald Trump is rumoured to have commented that he'd like to "grab the UK economy by the p*ssy and force through a free trade deal that benefits everybody".
very sad news is that UK is the fastest growing economy in the G7, good news is that unemployment in Scotland has grown under SNP, those guys are geniuses.
Unemployment in scotland is currently lower than the national average. When did it increase?
Also why would it increasing be a good thing?
lower % of UK total does not equate to it falling or rising. have a look a gov.scot

No but a move from 5.5% to 4.8% is a drop, or a drop of 24,000 in 2016.
Not that it matters i was more intrigued by the fact it's considered a good thing.
#32
shadey12
Towelie
You honstly think a screwed up piece of paper that anyone could write on Word and print off is the actual bill?
Then again, a lot believed whatever was written on the side of the bus so not too surprising really.
the only people who bang on about the bus are the remain voters who didn't believe it anyway.
I've not heard one brexit voter moaning about it.
You're hardly likely to get Leave voters admitting that they were conned by the promise of £350m a day to the NHS. Wait until the rest of the politicians' promises remain unfulfilled as, sooner or later, even the most rabid of Brexiteers are going to realise that they aren't going to get what was promised. Then the trouble will start...
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RonChew
shadey12
Towelie
You honstly think a screwed up piece of paper that anyone could write on Word and print off is the actual bill?
Then again, a lot believed whatever was written on the side of the bus so not too surprising really.
the only people who bang on about the bus are the remain voters who didn't believe it anyway.
I've not heard one brexit voter moaning about it.
You're hardly likely to get Leave voters admitting that they were conned by the promise of £350m a day to the NHS. Wait until the rest of the politicians' promises remain unfulfilled as, sooner or later, even the most rabid of Brexiteers are going to realise that they aren't going to get what was promised. Then the trouble will start...

The only thing bigger than that lie was the entire remain campaign.

All most people wanted is our sovereignty back, and according May's rather unambiguous speech, that's exactly whats happening. Kind of surprised how bitter remainers still are, you need to deal with it, it's reality, stop fighting it, lets all start making the best of it rather than oozing pointless negative speculation that only causes harm.
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RonChew
shadey12
Towelie
You honstly think a screwed up piece of paper that anyone could write on Word and print off is the actual bill?
Then again, a lot believed whatever was written on the side of the bus so not too surprising really.
the only people who bang on about the bus are the remain voters who didn't believe it anyway.
I've not heard one brexit voter moaning about it.
You're hardly likely to get Leave voters admitting that they were conned by the promise of £350m a day to the NHS. Wait until the rest of the politicians' promises remain unfulfilled as, sooner or later, even the most rabid of Brexiteers are going to realise that they aren't going to get what was promised. Then the trouble will start...


i don't think anyone was conned into voting for brexit, I do however think a lot were scared, coerced, insulted and made to feel guilty into voting remain.
water under the bridge anyway, just a shame when all some can really say is "what about that bus". people really should be looking forward, now that politicians realise that people will go out and vote given the right motivation, maybe politicians will do a better job.

Edited By: shadey12 on Jan 26, 2017 18:23: edit
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I can see 2 beautiful things within this thread.
#36
CoeK
shadey12
CoeK
davewave
Liverpool_Bear
shauneco
BBC report: UK Economy has been 'brutally raped' by growth since the Referendum. Economy forced to grow against it's will and Brexit is to blame. President Donald Trump is rumoured to have commented that he'd like to "grab the UK economy by the p*ssy and force through a free trade deal that benefits everybody".
very sad news is that UK is the fastest growing economy in the G7, good news is that unemployment in Scotland has grown under SNP, those guys are geniuses.
Unemployment in scotland is currently lower than the national average. When did it increase?
Also why would it increasing be a good thing?
lower % of UK total does not equate to it falling or rising. have a look a gov.scot

No but a move from 5.5% to 4.8% is a drop, or a drop of 24,000 in 2016.
Not that it matters i was more intrigued by the fact it's considered a good thing.


Unemployment rises by 14,000 in Scotland

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/38313420

Unemployment in Scotland rose by 14,000 between August and October to stand at 145,000, according to Office for National Statistics data.

The figures contrasted with the UK as a whole, which saw the jobless total fall by 16,000 to 1.62 million.

The unemployment rate is now 5.3%, compared with 4.8% for the UK as a whole.

Employment in Scotland fell by 40,000 over the quarter and by 24,000 over the year, to stand at 2,592,000.
#37
CoeK
shadey12
CoeK
davewave
Liverpool_Bear
shauneco
BBC report: UK Economy has been 'brutally raped' by growth since the Referendum. Economy forced to grow against it's will and Brexit is to blame. President Donald Trump is rumoured to have commented that he'd like to "grab the UK economy by the p*ssy and force through a free trade deal that benefits everybody".
very sad news is that UK is the fastest growing economy in the G7, good news is that unemployment in Scotland has grown under SNP, those guys are geniuses.
Unemployment in scotland is currently lower than the national average. When did it increase?
Also why would it increasing be a good thing?
lower % of UK total does not equate to it falling or rising. have a look a gov.scot

No but a move from 5.5% to 4.8% is a drop, or a drop of 24,000 in 2016.
Not that it matters i was more intrigued by the fact it's considered a good thing.


Unemployment rises by 14,000 in Scotland

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/38313420

Unemployment in Scotland rose by 14,000 between August and October to stand at 145,000, according to Office for National Statistics data.

The figures contrasted with the UK as a whole, which saw the jobless total fall by 16,000 to 1.62 million.

The unemployment rate is now 5.3%, compared with 4.8% for the UK as a whole.

Employment in Scotland fell by 40,000 over the quarter and by 24,000 over the year, to stand at 2,592,000.
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stuarthanley
I can see 2 beautiful things within this thread.


There are literally thousands of beautiful things right now on HUKD. Just open a few threads and they will just jump out at you. :)
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Saturn
stuarthanley
I can see 2 beautiful things within this thread.
There are literally thousands of beautiful things right now on HUKD. Just open a few threads and they will just jump out at you. :)
Multi-ple beautiful things mate.
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RonChew
shadey12
Towelie
You honstly think a screwed up piece of paper that anyone could write on Word and print off is the actual bill?
Then again, a lot believed whatever was written on the side of the bus so not too surprising really.
the only people who bang on about the bus are the remain voters who didn't believe it anyway.
I've not heard one brexit voter moaning about it.
You're hardly likely to get Leave voters admitting that they were conned by the promise of £350m a day to the NHS. Wait until the rest of the politicians' promises remain unfulfilled as, sooner or later, even the most rabid of Brexiteers are going to realise that they aren't going to get what was promised. Then the trouble will start...
You think we all voted leave based on the sign on a bus?, I can't believe you're still in denial, Brexit is real, it's happening whether you like it or not.

Oh I see your best bud is busted, Whatever will you do now?.

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