Page 4 | The Wonderful Thing About Brexits, Is Brexits Are Wonderful Things

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CatherineTheLate Sun 07-Jul-19 00:22:05

The whole point of Brexit is that we should trade with a group of countries with no political interference from either side so that no-one should interfere in a country's own affairs. The trade agreement should be limited to the countries involved and not affect the way any of the parties trades with other countries.

Is that outlandish? It's the way that most countries deal with each other, I think that a sensible person would say, "No." However, many Remainers cannot imagine that they should let it happen without claiming that their whole lives and the lives of their children have been ruined forever and trying to subvert it. They should ask themselves, "Why?"

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WhatdoImean Mon 08-Jul-19 16:15:59

Nope - I'm Spartacus dominating this thread!!

1tisILeClerc Mon 08-Jul-19 16:35:49

{ Would you talk like that to another man?}
Absolutely!
Brexit is shit for everybody, women, men children, probably pets too, and certainly animals if/when lower 'farm animal' quality is accepted.

1tisILeClerc Mon 08-Jul-19 16:51:58

So has Largs 'flounced' because I have suggested that FoM has little to nothing to do with criminality?
She could have come back with some proof, either way I suppose.
The notion that someone would move to the UK and go through the rigmarole of getting a NI number, house/flat just to be a criminal seems a bit far fetched to me.

LifeContinues Mon 08-Jul-19 17:12:14

Daily Mail gets blamed for everything.

Mistigri Mon 08-Jul-19 18:20:04

The notion that someone would move to the UK and go through the rigmarole of getting a NI number, house/flat just to be a criminal

Especially if they were aged 6 at the time.

It's tempting to suggest that we need more 6 year olds like that. My bloody kids couldn't make me a cup of tea at 6, let alone get themselves an NI number, rent a flat and hold up a corner shop.

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