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And how long before this first stage agreement turns out to be a bit er.............. Wishee Washee?

5 days ago

Do they sell fudge at funfairs?

Diana Mond
Diana Mond
5 days ago

Retweeted rufus jones (@rufusjones1): It is notoriously difficult to sum up Brexit in a single metaphor, but I must say I do respond to the image of David Davis at the funfair, putting his last 50p into a Crane Grab Machine full of turds.

Lynne
Lynne
5 days ago

As I said above, Govey's pantomime role is as King Rat.

majorp
majorp
5 days ago

Michael Gove: The British people can change Theresa May's Brexit deal at the next election In a thinly-veiled swipe at the agreement the Prime Minister reached with Brussels following lengthy negotiations, the leading Brexiteer said voters remained "in control" of the process.

Lynne
Lynne
5 days ago

Jean-Claude Juncker is the Big Bad Wolf

5 days ago

So makes you wonder just how much more the rhubarb and custard brigade have made/are making from the EU and which none of us know about (except them of course).

burneside
burneside
5 days ago

I have no problem with Farage claiming legitimate expenses for his work in Brussels.  He is a thorn in the EU parliament's side, for which I applaud him.  While we are on the subject of EU expenses, it is widely recognised the system is rotten to the core.  This article is from 2009, no doubt the figures today are much higher. ...

Lynne
Lynne
6 days ago

They'll have no need to criticise the EU. The anti EU lords will do that. And on the matter of Baron Hardup  ............ http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/ukip-leader-nigel-farage-euro-3012708 It seems he and his cronies readily bought into that goose and its golden egg.

burneside
burneside
6 days ago

Ex-Commissioners are simply not allowed to be critical of the organisation, for fear of losing their lucrative pension, the EU has got them gagged. Lord Mandelson is not allowed to criticise the European Union if he wants to keep hold of his £31,000-a-year pension as a former European Commissioner, The Daily Telegraph has learned. ...

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