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Sunday 1 April 2018 12.59pm
Jan the old one wrote:
Imagine losers of World Cup demanding a replay, simplifying it I know.

VAR (video assistant referee) is the DNA testing of football. Based on that, the Germans may demand a replay of the 1966 final, and Frank Lampard's brilliant goal, perfectly valid but disallowed goal against Germany in 2010 might be reinstated ;)
Sunday 1 April 2018 1.00pm
Farage said 52% means unfinished business.
Monday 2 April 2018 2.43pm
boroughonian wrote:
Jules62 wrote:
It is interesting to note that, out of 18 wines on The Roebuck's menu, only one is British: the remaining (excuse the pun) 17 are imported from the EU...

No Argentinians? Or Teary Aussies? Nothing from South Africa? Peru? We need to (collectively) get out more.

Nope: only Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Austria, and England (East Sussex) with the single most expensive bottle (40.00) on the list.
Tuesday 3 April 2018 1.14pm
I do despair when ostensibly left-wing people confess to having voted in this disaster of a situation. As if their socialist ideals will be furthered by Tim Fox, David Davis and Jacob Rees Mogg.

You voted for Brexit to check the corporations? Yep, good luck with that. And the kids, whose EU citizenship you've taken away, will not forgive you.
Tuesday 3 April 2018 3.07pm
LiviaDrusilla wrote:
I do despair when ostensibly left-wing people confess to having voted in this disaster of a situation.

The communist party supported Brexit, I would consider them to be 'left wing'.

Labour and Jezzer mostly did not ... I would not call Labour 'left wing'

There is no 'disaster' that I can see LiviaDrusilla ... other than perhaps the majority of the UK electorate feel differently from you. That is no disaster ... not everybody is going to agree with you always ... this is to be expected in life and should not cause you to despair.

In any case I do hope you can get over your despair, join with UK workers and contribute to a successful future for the UK.

Brexit voter.
Tuesday 3 April 2018 3.19pm
faraday wrote:

In any case I do hope you can get over your despair, join with UK workers and contribute to a successful future for the UK.

Brexit voter.

What about UK workers who are against Brexit?
Tuesday 3 April 2018 3.48pm
LiviaDrusilla wrote:
I do despair when ostensibly left-wing people confess to having voted in this disaster of a situation. As if their socialist ideals will be furthered by Tim Fox, David Davis and Jacob Rees Mogg.
You voted for Brexit to check the corporations? Yep, good luck with that. And the kids, whose EU citizenship you've taken away, will not forgive you.

Back in the 70's, labour were more opposed to the EC/EEC than the Tories. During the referendum, Margaret Thatcher campaigned for Europe in a loud jumper....
Tuesday 3 April 2018 8.43pm
I know Boroughian , but I stand by what I voted for to escape the shackles of on unelected organisation which has grown at a speed of Pinocchios nose with all the untruths spouting out about it. My family worked, my husband was a postman he worked from age of 14 to 65 non stop . As I have waffled on here for the last umpteen years, he had polio as a child, had revolutionary surgery to walk without callipers which left one leg two inches shorter. He was bringing up three children with the aid of his sister after his wife died at 36.

Got shot in a hold up through thigh and testicles during a robbery on p.o. Van. Went back to work ten weeks later...Battled cancer...oh yes today he would qualify as elderly bed blocker if he was alive. The demands on NHS due to unlimited i migration will never cease.

All that aside the majority voted leave, when we do finally it I'll be so diluted we may as well have stayed.
Tuesday 3 April 2018 10.41pm
Many of those who voted leave are beginning to realize that the true implications for the British economy aren't what they thought they would be.

Sure: many of them are in a frantic, agitated state of of denial, and aggressively attack those the call 'remoaners'.

But the writing is on the wall. Let's revisit this discussion in two years time and see what people will be writing about Brexit then...
Wednesday 4 April 2018 10.59am
Let's hope I will still be here Jules...if I am I would be honest to admit that my decision to vote leave was without merit. But somehow I don't think so.
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