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# 1606 : Sunday 11-8-2019 @ 03:08
 
 
Every day when I read the paper I skip the pages on anything with Brexit.
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# 1607 : Sunday 11-8-2019 @ 17:25
 
 
Someone said :
Every day when I read the paper I skip the pages on anything with Brexit.

You don't find Boris hot?
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# 1608 : Saturday 19-10-2019 @ 10:35
 
 
Watching Boris live in UK Parliament on YouTube. It's very entertaining
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# 1609 : Saturday 19-10-2019 @ 14:13
 
 
I still can't figure out is Boris a genius but playing the eejit or is it innate.
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# 1610 : Saturday 19-10-2019 @ 16:59
 
 
Someone said :
I still can't figure out is Boris a genius but playing the eejit or is it innate.

He is no fool.. Likes to play one alright..
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# 1611 : Monday 30-12-2019 @ 15:25
 
 
Brexit Bill, to be finalized in January, has a clause ruling out any extension to the transition period beyond the end of 2020.

Does it include another promise to die in a ditch?
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# 1612 : Monday 30-12-2019 @ 15:31
 
 
Someone said :
Brexit Bill, to be finalized in January, has a clause ruling out any extension to the transition period beyond the end of 2020.

Does it include another promise to die in a ditch?

By "die in a ditch" do you mean like the trenches in World War one Blah?
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# 1613 : Monday 30-12-2019 @ 15:40
 
 
Someone said :

By "die in a ditch" do you mean like the trenches in World War one Blah?



Though he has been digging a long, narrow and never ending ditch for himself and the country, getting closer to a trench as it gets deeper.
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# 1614 : Monday 30-12-2019 @ 18:19
 
 
Someone said :
I still can't figure out is Boris a genius but playing the eejit or is it innate.

He is both.
Educated, cultured, smart, witty, cuniving and without any morals or ethics. The perfect populist: by choice.
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# 1615 : Monday 30-12-2019 @ 20:03
 
 
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# 1616 : Thursday 9-1-2020 @ 18:28
 
 
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I could have written the Brexit script...
More time was given.
MEP's or no MEP has been a central question and the last pressure point for May.
Turning back to the people to ask "Deal rejected by MP's, or no deal, or withdrawing Article 50 and forgetting about the whole silly thing".

Bless the UK and the potential for referendums that are not limited to a Tá/Níl answer! It should be fun to watch.

My prediction of a new referendum is no longer possible, and obce more my political foresight has shown to be better applied to past events.

It is done, in a few weeks the next phase will start, and Boris will have carved his place in History. It is entirely up to him to make sure he was not digging his grave!
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# 1617 : Thursday 9-1-2020 @ 21:17
 
 
It is the beginning of the end, of the UK and little england will be born.
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# 1618 : Friday 10-1-2020 @ 13:44
 
 
Megxit, or Sussexit, happened before Brexit!
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# 1619 : Saturday 11-1-2020 @ 15:57
 
 
Is the reopening of stormont the first good thing to come out of Brexit.?
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# 1620 : Saturday 11-1-2020 @ 16:26
 
 
Someone said :
Is the reopening of stormont the first good thing to come out of Brexit.?

Does not seem to be Brexit related.

If they had not reopened, London would legally hsve reassumed direct rule...
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