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Brexit sausage war as Tories attack EU banger ban - that they allowed.

The UK and EU face a furious Brexit battle over sausages after Tory ministers started attacking a Brussels ban on bangers.

UK farmers are already banned from sending the meaty snack to the Continent under post-Brexit rules.

But now the clock is ticking on trade from Britain to Northern Ireland too - as it was only allowed under a six-month grace period.

That grace period expires at the end of June - after that, certain "chilled meat preparations" may be barred from going west across the Irish Sea.

If it's not resolved it's feared this could lead to supply gaps in Belfast supermarket. It includes chilled mince, chicken nuggets and chilled raw sausages, plus ungraded eggs and some unpasteurised milk.

The meaty impasse was already clear last year - because Tory ministers first agreed to put Northern Ireland under some EU rules, then agreed their post-Brexit trade deal without resolving the issue.




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Report 1st time poster September 14, 2021 3:53 PM BST
a fandango of paperwork according to M n S boss ex tory archie norman
no quotes to norman saying this when uk was in the fandango of customs union and single market

embarrassing for the CEO a world wide multi national not knowing what been a 3rd country entails
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- September 14, 2021 3:57 PM BST
M and s closing Paris branches
apparently they can't get the
sandwiches...
Report lfc1971 September 14, 2021 3:58 PM BST
Lol , oh for heavens sake
Report 1st time poster September 14, 2021 3:58 PM BST
to remind anyone thinking of going to paris for the ARC ,there,ll be no sandwiches available in paris M n S  for your raceday nibble

SO JAMBON AND FROMAGE baguette it is then LaughLaugh
Report lfc1971 September 14, 2021 4:00 PM BST
Laugh Let them eat cake
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- September 14, 2021 4:00 PM BST
Brioche
Report Whisperingdeath September 14, 2021 5:02 PM BST
SO JAMBON AND FROMAGE baguette it is then

As God intended!
Report Foinavon September 14, 2021 7:30 PM BST
You can catch up with Monsieur FROMAGE on GB News.
Report 1st time poster September 14, 2021 7:54 PM BST
but the gammons gone,no good having punch without judy
Report mrtopnotch September 15, 2021 10:20 AM BST
WEST Cork food products, including Clonakilty Blackpudding,  saved the blushes of a new audience after helping to stock the shelves of an English gourmet supermarket near Brussels – and it’s all down to Brexit.

Styling itself as a ‘British Store’ in the village of Everberg, just outside the Belgian capital, Stonemanor had been finding it difficult to stock their shelves with certain products due to Brexit.

However, SuperValu came to their rescue when two truckloads arrived loaded with items including Clonakilty Blackpudding and Barry’s Tea.
Report Whisperingdeath September 15, 2021 11:51 AM BST
I do like to watch the man of the people drink flat beer Foinavon but I am having trouble with the station calling itself a News Channel. I mean even Gammon Brexit News would be misleading.

Poor old Faragio had Andrew Kneel on his show on the day Mr Chairman announced his resignation. What sort of News Channel does not report the News? I mean. Simp,e question put to Kneel like why did you resign from The Clown Show would have been regarded as a scoop!
Report Foinavon September 15, 2021 3:04 PM BST
It's not much different to Brussels Broadcasting, WD. The stuff on the tickers is more or less the same, they choose to highlight different stories in the comments and discussions rather like newspapers do. We only know what we are allowed to see and hear, editors edit, spin doctors spin, it's the way it is. Monsieur Fromage is a surprisingly good presenter, I think your Mr Kneel lives in France and probably prefers to sup the Burgundy than join in with all the hassle.
At his age he has nothing to prove.
Report Whisperingdeath September 15, 2021 3:54 PM BST
Oh I like Andrew Kneel to a degree even his taste in women although I would not to share with a dour Swede!

My problem with Kneeler is he was in charge of the sheite show that is Gammon Brexit News. When it collapses it will be a stain on his achievements of which I have to say there are quite a few not least fceking Pamela Bordes. I would call that punching!

We only know what we are allowed to see and hear

Who decides that by the way? Who are they/ theirs? Why can't Gammon News be honest?
Report Foinavon September 15, 2021 4:04 PM BST
We all know who does the selecting for the Liberal Elite TV, the same clique who decide for the Grauniad and who paint police cars in rainbow colours. If you accept there are different views and opinions out there then you would realise that your opinion of GB News is not the only one any more than the sheite churned out by the Beeb is the only take on the world.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- September 15, 2021 4:06 PM BST
We all know who does the selecting for the Liberal Elite TV


Yeah, it's Boris and carrie-antoinette
Johnson.
Report Giuseppe September 15, 2021 4:06 PM BST
nobody care about Andrew Neel

Alex PhillipsLove and Our Nige are the two most important anchors
Report Foinavon September 15, 2021 4:08 PM BST
I would be so sure. They are marionettes not the puppeteers.
Report Foinavon September 15, 2021 4:09 PM BST
Tu as raison, Beppe.
Report Whisperingdeath September 15, 2021 4:10 PM BST
We all know who does the selecting for the Liberal Elite TV, the same clique who decide for the Grauniad and who paint police cars in rainbow colours. If you accept there are different views and opinions out there then you would realise that your opinion of GB News is not the only one any more than the sheite churned out by the Beeb is the only take on the world.

Who are WE?

Tell me please because I do not know who decides the news agenda.

I would rather have the BBC all day long notwithstanding the touchy feelies. People all over the World depend on the BBC and are the only ray of hope for them. I would rather watch any sport on the BBC than any commercial channel.

What is Liberal Elite TV? Please explain I genuinely would like to know
Report Whisperingdeath September 15, 2021 4:12 PM BST
who paint police cars in rainbow colours

Never seen a Po Po Car painted in Police colours! Please post a pic!
Report Foinavon September 15, 2021 4:20 PM BST
Do you not read Pink News? Shame on you.

https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2021/08/23/police-rainbow-hate-crime-cars-lgbt/
Report Whisperingdeath September 15, 2021 4:34 PM BST
erm no!
Report Whisperingdeath September 15, 2021 4:35 PM BST
and you do not have a picture of a police car with a rainbow whatever on it
Report Foinavon September 15, 2021 4:36 PM BST
It's de rigueur for all proper lefties, just like the champagne.
Report Foinavon September 15, 2021 4:38 PM BST
I do not go around taking photos of police cars. Read the article.
Report Whisperingdeath September 15, 2021 4:39 PM BST
But we do not have any Po Po Cars in rainbow colours yet?

So tell me who paints Police Cars in rainbow colours?
Report Foinavon September 15, 2021 4:53 PM BST
There are plenty of examples if you care to look, you can even buy stock photos of them on Alamy to hang in your sitting room so no one can doubt your lefty credentials. Enough spoon feeding for now, it's dinner time.
Report mrtopnotch September 16, 2021 12:33 PM BST
Marks & Spencer blames Brexit as it closes 11 French stores

Marks & Spencer has said it is closing 11 of its French stores because of problems supplying them with fresh and chilled foods since Brexit.

The UK retail giant said all 11 franchise stores it operated with partner SFH in France would shut "over the coming months".

M&S said supply chain problems since Brexit had made it "near impossible" to maintain standards of food supply.


"Global Britain" drowning in Brexit red tape.
Report Foinavon September 16, 2021 10:42 PM BST
When I look around my local M&S store I see lots of imported products across the range of products they sell from household goods to food. Some from the EU some from RoW. whole displays of French cheeses and wines for example. I also see German stores in this country selling British food. The retail situation in France must be pretty grim at the moment following draconian lockdown rules and strict employment laws and I suspect that M&S were looking for an excuse to quit and concentrate on the more profitable UK business.
Report mrtopnotch September 20, 2021 3:58 PM BST
UK meat industry warns some firms have just five days' CO2 supply

A jump in gas prices has forced several UK domestic energy suppliers out of business and has shut fertiliser plants that also produce carbon dioxide (CO2)
Some of Britain's meat processors will run out of carbon dioxide within five days, forcing them to halt production, the head of the industry's lobby group warned today.
A jump in gas prices has forced several UK domestic energy suppliers out of business and has shut fertiliser plants that also produce carbon dioxide (CO2).
This is used to stun animals before slaughter and prolong the shelf-life of food.

UK food supplies will be under threat long before Christmas, and could start affecting stocks within days, if carbon dioxide shortages continue, the boss of the Iceland supermarket chain has warned.
The shortage of CO2, also used to put the fizz in beer, cider and soft drinks, has compounded an acute shortage of truck drivers in the UK, which has been blamed on the impact of Covid-19 and Brexit.

They cannot even eat the Unicorns now.
Although drinking warm flat beer will be grand shur.
Report Giuseppe September 20, 2021 4:04 PM BST
beer is supposed to be flat
Report Whisperingdeath September 20, 2021 6:49 PM BST
How many Italian beers are flat?
Report Giuseppe September 21, 2021 1:09 PM BST
those are lagers

i don't think italy makes real ale, maybe some small breweries

real ale is supposed to come from a cask with the carbonation provided by the yeast

historically even the carbonation in lager came from the yeast too
Report mrtopnotch September 21, 2021 1:47 PM BST
AstraZeneca to build €300m manufacturing plant in Ireland.
A nice Brexity bounce for Ireland Laugh
Report lfc1971 September 21, 2021 1:58 PM BST
When the south of Ireland produces a company like AstraZeneca let us know , cheers
Report lfc1971 September 21, 2021 2:05 PM BST
Their headquarters are 1 Francis Crick Avenue , Cambridge , England

He was the guy who discovered ‘the meaning of life ‘ - in England
You might have heard of him
Report Whisperingdeath September 21, 2021 2:17 PM BST
The meaning of life?

Who Brian? or was he just a very naughty boy?

Or Eric Idle?
Report Whisperingdeath September 21, 2021 2:18 PM BST
Wurst you ain't seem nothing yet!

I voted for chaos. We are nowhere near that.

Oven ready Free Trade Deal with USA imminent....sometime, well maybe a long time after 2024!
Report Giuseppe September 21, 2021 2:45 PM BST
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AstraZeneca

AstraZeneca plc (/ˌæstrəˈzɛnəkə/) is a British-Swedish multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnology company[2][3][4]...

It has its research and development concentrated in three strategic centres: Cambridge, England; Gothenburg, Sweden and Gaithersburg in Maryland, U.S.[9]...

Astra AB was founded in 1913 in Södertälje, Sweden, by 400 doctors and apothecaries.[10]

In 1993 the British chemicals company ICI (established from four British chemical companies) demerged its pharmaceuticals businesses and its agrochemicals and specialities businesses, to form Zeneca Group PLC.[11]

Finally, in 1999 Astra and Zeneca Group merged to form AstraZeneca plc, with its headquarters in London.[11]

In 1999, AstraZeneca identified a new location for the company's US base, the "Fairfax-plus" site in North Wilmington, Delaware.[12]
Report Giuseppe September 21, 2021 2:46 PM BST
stop stealing Sweden's pharmaceutical companies
Report mrtopnotch September 21, 2021 3:14 PM BST
Probably be based in Donegal - the most northern part of Ireland Happy
Report lapsy pa September 22, 2021 10:44 AM BST
Zilch,zero,nothing from America, not even a whiff but more a rebuke towards sticking to the Protocol which most here knew was going to happen.

Where does the UK go now? The current situation isn't good,brexit simply isn't being implemented as EU imports are allowed unchecked through sheer necesssity,UK exporters still have their problems with red tape,delays etc.
A long road of slow decline? It looks that way at the moment.
Report bigpoppapump September 22, 2021 10:48 AM BST
No CO2 crisis in N.Ireland where they retain access to the EU Sing Market.

It's almost as if a cohesive single market of 500m people is an economic benefit.
Report mrtopnotch September 22, 2021 10:52 AM BST
Biden warns Johnson & the UK


US President Joe Biden has warned against the return of a closed border on the island of Ireland.
He was speaking ahead of a meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the White House.
Mr Biden was asked about the Northern Ireland Protocol by reporters and said it was an issue he felt very strongly about.

When asked about a UK-US trade deal, the US President told reporters in the Oval Office: "To do with the UK, that's continuing to be discussed.
"We're going to talk a little bit about trade today and we're going to have to work that through.

"But on the (Northern Ireland) protocols I feel very strongly on those.
"We spent an enormous amount of time and effort, the United States, it was a major bipartisan effort made.
"And I would not at all like to see, nor I might add would many of my Republican colleagues like to see, a change in the Irish accords, the end result having a closed border in Ireland."

Mr Johnson said they were at one on the issue and that nobody wanted to see anything that would interrupt or imbalance the Good Friday Agreement.
After the meeting between the two leaders, the White House said that President Biden had reiterated his longstanding support for a secure and prosperous Northern Ireland.


Mr Johnson's first White House meeting with Mr Biden since he succeeded Donald Trump came as the British government's hopes for securing a comprehensive free trade deal with the US faded.

Earlier in the day, Mr Johnson was unable to commit to securing the deal - touted as a prize of Brexit by Leave supporters during the EU referendum - before the next election.
His concession came after suggesting trade negotiations are not a priority for the US president, who he accepted has "a lot of fish to fry".
Asked if he would get the deal by 2024, Mr Johnson told Sky News: "We will keep going with free trade deals around the world including in the United States.
"I have plenty of reason to be optimistic about that. But the Americans do negotiate very hard." And have put me in my place!
Report bigpoppapump September 22, 2021 10:58 AM BST
EU imports are allowed unchecked through sheer necesssity

the UK doesn't need to check EU imports; it can continue to operate 'as if' it's in the EU.  It knows EU goods are of the requisite standard.  The uncomprehesion of the Brexiteer mind that the EU isn't doing the same (just pretending) is part of our problem.  Brexit is an exercise in 'winning' the argument against European cohesion. It's English Nationalism as an ideal.  It's not 'for' specific, newly found gains.  There was no positive campaign for something.  Thus, there's an assumption, that 'come on, we're British, you can trust us' would be enough to continue as if we were still in the EU for all practical purposes, despite being able to leave for labelling ourselves as an 'independent sovereign nation'.

Nationalists - whichever country - are always ultimately idiotic.  Just like religion; if there's more than one country or religion not everyone can be 'best in the world'. 

Johnson's a liar. You're not best in the world.  Brexit is stupid.
Report 1st time poster September 22, 2021 11:16 AM BST
fairly obvious that rees mugg was actually right about something and it will be 50 yrs before anyone see,s any brexit dividends ,if there ever is any
the question is what will be the tipping point before then ,when people demand action from the government
Report Whisperingdeath September 22, 2021 1:24 PM BST
Oh pops,

I hope you don’t expect any of the the people you have talked about to come on here and make a cohesive argument against what you have just said.

Although you might expect them to come here and talk about cancel culture, statues that ar3 over 100 years old that nobody has noticed, BLM and Muslims.

Their ideas are as bankrupt as their vacuous heads but at least we have any oven ready deal, £350 million a week extra to save the NHS and no border in the Irish Sea.
Report lapsy pa September 24, 2021 11:22 AM BST
James O' Brien LBC twitter, ' i honestly never thought that project fear would turn out be an understatement'

Looking more likely he was right all along.
Report Whisperingdeath September 24, 2021 2:01 PM BST
We sow the seed, we grow the seed......
Report Foinavon September 24, 2021 2:51 PM BST
No CO2 crisis in N.Ireland where they retain access to the EU Sing Market.

It's almost as if a cohesive single market of 500m people is an economic benefit.


It's almost as if some people will use any unrelated situation to have a moan about Brexit.

The claims of project fear didn't materialise, we're out get over it.
Report Whisperingdeath September 24, 2021 3:14 PM BST
The claims of project fear didn't materialise, we're out get over it.



This is what we voted for. This is what I voted for....chaos!
Report Foinavon September 24, 2021 3:29 PM BST
I thought Kent was going to be tarmacked over and become a giant lorry park. Has your road become impassable for parked lorries? How do you get to the shops?
Report Whisperingdeath September 24, 2021 3:30 PM BST
I walk, no fuelLaugh
Report Foinavon September 24, 2021 3:32 PM BST
There are probably fewer lorries packing the roads to the channel because many of the Irish lorries are taking the scenic route round Lands End. That's a bonus for you.
Report Whisperingdeath September 24, 2021 3:34 PM BST
There will be chaos Foinavon is what I am saying. Some due to Brexit, some due to global factors, plenty due to an incompetent Government.

Without apportioning blame there will be chaos. Brexit is just going to exasperate it. Society needs rebalancing. It will get a lot worse imho and we ain't seen nothing yet.

I thought our cities and those around Europe might burn at the end of the summer but it was not a hot summer. It looks like we could though be in for our winter of discontent. To deny that whatever the cause of it is folly.
Report Foinavon September 24, 2021 3:34 PM BST
Good for you, exercise is beneficial or so they say. Excited
Report Whisperingdeath September 24, 2021 3:35 PM BST
Lucky we don't check goods coming in Foinavon otherwise it would be a lorry park but lets see what happens or starts to happen in October.
Report Whisperingdeath September 24, 2021 3:35 PM BST
I have taken to riding my bike again. Really enjoyed it I have to say!
Report Foinavon September 24, 2021 3:39 PM BST
The incompetence of the energy policy over the last few decades is bordering on criminal. We even came to rely on interconnectors from the continent (another EU bonus) instead of exploiting our own energy reserves and developing our nuclear expertise instead of abandoning it.
Covid policy seems to me to have been an overreaction and that hasn't helped. They got scared seeing the situation in Northern Italy which was somewhat of a special case.
Report Foinavon September 24, 2021 3:42 PM BST
We don't have to check goods coming in unless fraud is suspected, we have a trade agreement on goods. The EU is being pernickety as is their right but in reality it is unnecessary. They just want to make a point.
Report edy September 24, 2021 3:44 PM BST
Nobody forced you to rely on overseas energy (along with relying on imports of basically every other physical good on the planet). Coulda plastered Scotland with nuclear power plants and delivered it all to London by land.
Report edy September 24, 2021 3:45 PM BST
The nuclear waste coulda just been buried in the highlands too.
Report Foinavon September 24, 2021 3:50 PM BST
Quite right edy. The French went nuclear after the oil crisis in the 1970s and have energy baseload to sell. We are in effect renting Nuclear capacity situated on the French coast.
I'm not sure that what Germany is doing is a good idea, increasing reliance on Russian gas will come back to bite you, mark my words.
Report edy September 24, 2021 3:53 PM BST
Russians need our Deutschmark more desperately than we need their gas.
Report edy September 24, 2021 3:54 PM BST
We keep a nice amount of storage and are able to switch to any other provider any moment. If the Russians try to do anything funny - No Deal, No Problem!
Report Foinavon September 24, 2021 3:57 PM BST
Maybe, what will Vlad do with the money? When he uses some of it to grab a bit more of Ukraine what will you do?
Anyway, I need to go, probably back on later tonight. Ciao.
Report edy September 24, 2021 3:58 PM BST
Nothing. Nordstream 2 nicely circumvents the Ukraine and Poland if Russia were to invade either or both.
Report edy September 24, 2021 3:59 PM BST
Ciao bello!
Report winningthought September 24, 2021 3:59 PM BST
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The nuclear waste coulda just been buried in the highlands too


The Brits dumped their radioactive waste in the Irish sea just off the coast of Scotland.
Report edy September 24, 2021 4:01 PM BST
Dumping your nuclear waste in the Irish Sea is not very nice. I hope that is a sin of the past and they do not continue to do so.
Report Foinavon September 24, 2021 6:52 PM BST
You wouldn't want to go there. There's all those left over bombs we didn't drop on Germany down there too.
Report edy September 24, 2021 7:00 PM BST
Why not just use them in one of the many, many British wars since?
Report edy September 24, 2021 7:08 PM BST
While we are already talking cool military stories:

German Bundeswehr has a tiny few problems with digitalisation so they now ordered a bunch of exact replicas of a two-way radio that was first built in the 80s. For..wait for it....20k a unit.
Report Foinavon September 24, 2021 7:45 PM BST
Crazy but all military spending is a waste unless it acts as a deterrent or a persuader or until you need it.

Surely those bombs are better at the bottom of the sea than being exploded over someone's head. One would hope they could be recycled in this day and age rather than dumped.
Report lapsy pa October 7, 2021 9:37 AM BST
Intel are not building a British factory because of brexit(source BBC).

Intel are going to invest up to £70 billion in upgrading and opening semiconductor plants in Europe.
It is aiming to boost its output in a global microchip supply crisis.

A loss for the UK as CEO Mr Gelsinger said they would have absolutely been seeking sites there.

These are the type of companies that countries need(ie $7 billion invested in Ireland and a now further expansion with 1600 extra jobs)

Nicola Sturgeon for an independent Scotland should be trying to woo some of these.
Report lfc1971 October 7, 2021 10:44 AM BST
It’s a mistake to be reliant on foreign investment , it is for Britain to produce its own companies
Multinational companies merely hinder and don’t help this process and mean smaller companies can not even get off the ground
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- October 7, 2021 11:03 AM BST
The tories were just bigging up
UK as destination for foreign investment.
Report lfc1971 October 7, 2021 11:16 AM BST
Foreign investments are fine - in some cases
Foreign manufacturers is something else , setting up in Britain is good for the foreign companies
But of course there are the unseen costs to Britain and British companies and workers
Report lapsy pa October 7, 2021 11:18 AM BST
Intel and probably a rake of other companies are showing that up for what it is.The 'high' wage baloney not a help and the raising of corporation tax not long ago would say the complete opposite.

It is 'interesting' Intel were seeking sites in the UK but now lost to brexit. Ok,the EU is the bigger market but... maybe not the only reason!
Report lfc1971 October 7, 2021 11:21 AM BST
If the EU want to encourage foreign competitors to set up in Europe that’s a matter for them
It’s a bad policy
Report lapsy pa October 7, 2021 11:28 AM BST
It is a great policy,many well paid jobs,as you well know, The SNP and Nicola Sturgeon have a great opportunity if they look after them. You in England don't want them Lfc it seems,give them all to Scotland!
Report lfc1971 October 7, 2021 11:38 AM BST
Good luck to Scotland lp , however don’t expect that Scotland can continue to be financed or come to England for jobs etc
Report lapsy pa October 7, 2021 11:55 AM BST
Anyway,Scotland was an off point Lfc, surely you must be disappointed that Britain is losing out on thousands of well paid jobs.
Report lfc1971 October 7, 2021 11:59 AM BST
Look at it this way lp , Japan has been manufacturing in Britain and that means jobs
But - it is good for japan and its manufacturers not Britain’s - and is it good for British industry and British jobs ?
You see there is history and there is the unseen history
Report mrtopnotch October 7, 2021 4:18 PM BST
Intel not considering UK chip factory after Brexit

The boss of Intel says the US chipmaker is no longer considering building a factory in the UK because of Brexit.

Pat Gelsinger told the BBC that before the UK left the EU, the country "would have been a site that we would have considered".

But he added: "Post-Brexit... we're looking at EU countries and getting support from the EU".

Intel wants to boost its output amid a global chip shortage that has hit the supply of cars and other goods.

The firm - which is one of the world's largest makers of semiconductors - says the crisis has shown that the US and Europe are too reliant on Asia for its chip-making needs.

Intel is investing up to $95bn (£70bn) on opening and upgrading semiconductor plants in Europe over the next 10 years, as well as boosting its US output.

But while Mr Gelsinger said the firm "absolutely would have been seeking sites for consideration" in the UK, he said Brexit had changed this.


They're already investing the equivalent of $7 billion in their Irish factory. The latest expansion will create 1,600 extra jobs.
Report mrtopnotch October 7, 2021 4:28 PM BST
no fish Scared now no "chips" Laugh
Report Whisperingdeath October 7, 2021 4:37 PM BST
and milk being poured down the drain.

What else did we vote for when we voted for Brexit?
Report Foinavon October 7, 2021 4:40 PM BST
It looks as if Irish Joe's levelling up on business tax regimes is long overdue.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- October 7, 2021 4:43 PM BST
Pigs slaughtered and burnt
Report Foinavon October 7, 2021 4:44 PM BST
Well yes, everything is down to Brexit in the lefty-remainer myopic viewfinder. I'm surprised you didn't blame Brexit for the lack of wind power last month.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- October 7, 2021 4:47 PM BST
Why would we blame the weather
on brexit when there are so
many things to point out that
have been destroyed by brexit.

If brexiteers are stuck with
making stuff up for a laugh
we are clearly seeing them recognise
the damage they have inflicted
on patriotic remainers
Report Whisperingdeath October 7, 2021 4:49 PM BST
Oven ready piglings....er no they got shot!
Report Foinavon October 7, 2021 4:51 PM BST
Patriotic remainers? Don't make me laugh.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- October 7, 2021 4:56 PM BST
Brexiteers didn't do their
research after all.

Patriotic remainers will bail
you out
Report Whisperingdeath October 7, 2021 5:11 PM BST
Patriotic?

Just 2% of the land is built on. Who owns the rest?

What is patriotism?
Report sofiakenny October 7, 2021 5:17 PM BST
patriotism is the cover the trumpers and bozites use to encourage racism.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- October 7, 2021 5:18 PM BST
Learn to pronounce patriotic

/patrɪˈɒtɪk,peɪtrɪˈɒtɪk/

adjective

having or expressing devotion to and vigorous support for one's country.

'the patriotic remainers will
be expected to clean up the mess
of brexit as brexiteers look on
dumbfounded at the havok they
have unleashed'
Report sofiakenny October 7, 2021 5:25 PM BST
99.99% of all "flagshaggers" claim to be patriots.
Report lapsy pa October 7, 2021 5:32 PM BST
Nothing wrong with 'Patriotic remainers' they wanted what was best for their country,they were right.Farage,the ERG,The Tories,DUP, are supposed to be 'patriots' but acted in their selfish interests to the detriment of the PEOPLE of the country. What kind of 'patriots' are they?  The worst kind.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- October 7, 2021 5:40 PM BST
Heating bills up £500 a year
petrol up £400 a year, council
tax up £400 over next 3 years
10% extra on national insurance
6% extra for food

Must have been a lot of solid
research went into that lot
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