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  1. #61
    I've been emailing off shore Banks to see if I can move all my debts to a safer place
    The only one who can heal you is you.




  2. #62
    ^ Have you tried a credit union?

  3. #63
    I kinda liked my slogan: Mulligan the Brexit!

  4. #64
    As someone pointed out, there are three camps, there are the public who are split in two, just under half wanted to stay in, just over half wanted right out. Then there are the politicians who want to satisfy the bigger half by leaving in name and the smaller half by making a deal that keeps us in in everything but name, thereby pissing off everyone.
    A new story

    I finally got 'A Family Business' recorded and loaded, all 37 mins of it, much longer than any I have done before.
    Hidden Content

  5. #65
    this was the very first item on my day.
    the relief that came with confirming
    that the UK factions continued to exist
    after midnight UT defies all words
    i have been able to find.
    i may have to build one myself.

    heeeeeeeeelllo UK-ites!!!!!
    i really think the heritage cheese thing
    is worth bringing up to members of parliament
    and those other people with letters.

  6. #66
    So following rejection of that deal for the third time Donald Tusk has called a meeting of the EU Council on the 10th April to discuss the situation. Given that the EU keeps telling us how bad it would be for Britain to leave without a deal (without clarifying that it would be equally bad for them) perhaps they ought to throw us out without a deal just to teach us a lesson. That would put them in a much stronger negotiating position, but only if they were right.
    Last edited by JustRob; March 29th, 2019 at 05:09 PM.
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  7. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by JustRob View Post
    So following rejection of that deal for the third time Donald Tusk has called a meeting of the EU Council on the 10th April to discuss the situation. Given that the EU keeps telling us how bad it would be for Britain to leave without a deal (without clarifying that it would be equally bad for them) perhaps they ought to throw us out without a deal just to teach us a lesson. That would put them in a much stronger negotiating position, but only if they were right.
    *now also needs word for a sad that eats through everything like acid*
    *rereads etymology of frustration*
    *scans for bloggs and olly*

    good to see you out and about.
    there are flowers here.
    now.

  8. #68
    I reckon parliament is a true reflection of the people they represent an brexit has shown that...what does the future holds..possibly the far right getting mp's and Scotland going it's own way...as for NI..would Irish Republic even want that baggage around their neck..for me the future is a parting for all of the UK...worth a try
    The only one who can heal you is you.




  9. #69
    I don't understand why the SNP don't put up candidates in English constituencies? Anyone who was socialist would probably prefer them to Labour who can't make their mind up if they are Blairites or Corbynites. Add to that all the people who would like to get rid of Scotland and they could end up with a majority in the English parliament and vote themselves independence from England and back into the EU.
    A new story

    I finally got 'A Family Business' recorded and loaded, all 37 mins of it, much longer than any I have done before.
    Hidden Content

  10. #70
    They had the opportunity to depart but the fear of the unkown may have been stronger than wants/desire...
    The only one who can heal you is you.




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