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By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 10:25
Confirms UK negotiated in bad faith.

Hardly an act to be proud of going
forward into trade negotiations.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 10:26
Here is the Varadkar quote in full.

I saw those comments; I hope Dominic Cummings is speaking for himself and not for the British Government.

But those comments are very alarming because that would indicate that this is a government, an administration, that acted in bad faith and that message needs to be heard around the world.

If the British government doesn’t honour its agreements, it doesn’t adhere to treaties it signs, that must apply to everyone else too.

At the moment they’re going around the world, they’re trying to negotiate new trade agreements ... Surely the message must go out to all countries around the world that this is a British government that doesn’t necessarily keep its word and doesn’t necessarily honour the agreements it makes.

And you shouldn’t make any agreements with them until such time as you’re confident that they keep their promises, and honour things, for example, like the protocol.
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 13 Oct 21 10:29
What would Labour have done?

Keir is still thinking about it.
By:
Wallflower
When: 13 Oct 21 10:34
Not really surprising.

Cements our worldwide reputation ( for centuries now ) as being duplicitous and untrustworthy.

Problem is we are behaving like a big boy in a big boys world when we are actually minnows of little consequence. Not likely to end well.
By:
lapsy pa
When: 13 Oct 21 10:36
Not the way to go about things and you are codding yourself if you think it will end well for the UK.

A bit of whataboutery re Labour,however you would think they won't have been as duplicitous and would have made a far better job of it and kept the UKS reputation intact.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 10:38
Dominic Cummings (@Dominic2306)

No what Ive said does NOT mean 'the PM was lying in GE2019', he never had a scoobydoo what the deal he signed meant. He never understood what leaving Customs Union meant until 11/20. In 1/20 he was babbling 'Id never have signed it if Id understood it' (but that WAS a lie)
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 10:41
It seems some are forgetting that remainers - with the help of the labour and liberals
Tried to overturn the democratic referendum

Under those circumstances everything was justified , and right
Well done Boris and the tories .
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 10:43
The minutia of the deal was neither here nor there
And can be torn up if needs be now
By:
lapsy pa
When: 13 Oct 21 10:46
No Lfc,the ERG,DUP and the Tories were the ones that revolted against Theresa Mays sensible deal,your overturning the democratic referendum point isn't correct.
Your ilk are going to ruin the country.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 10:49
Have ruined
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 10:50
Mays deal couldn’t get through Parliament - because the remainers were determined not to houour the democratic referendum
A few hundred scum in the Houses of Parliament - that couldn’t be allowed to succeed
By:
Timber
When: 13 Oct 21 10:51
Here's an idea Donny, get on the return journey of one of those dinghies

Hard to imagine a more Anti British person
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 10:55
They have suceeded
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 10:55
Now it’s very simple - there should be no impediment to trade between any part of the U.K.
None .
By:
lapsy pa
When: 13 Oct 21 10:56
You probably don't like what he(YHTL) has to say,it is all true though, maybe better if no one said anything and everything is tickety boo.
By:
Timber
When: 13 Oct 21 11:01
Boris needs to shift much much much further to the right, this current govt is pathetic & not conservative at all
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 11:01
It’s for the British government to decide if everything’s ok lapsy , cheers
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 11:05
Cummings now says he called us election
in March, telling Johnson that
trump was f ucked.

Negotiation with Biden wouldn't be
a problem compared to johnson
being a clown

Lol

Cummings is on one.
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 11:05
Grin
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 11:07
Cummings for all his faults got things done , wish he could be brought back on board
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 11:15
Piers morgan

REMINDER: it was Cummings (and his Muttley, Lee Cain) who ordered the 8-month ban on ministers appearing on @GMB because we were holding them to ferocious account for all the deadly mistakes they were making last year in the pandemic.

Cummings reply

I banned them cos we all had better things to do, like control the fkd trolley, than waste our time on a vain tool shouting angry soundbites and calling it 'news'


Ha ha, brilliant!!!



( trolley is Johnson, and he used
an emoticon which doesn't work
on this forum)
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 11:19
Dom again, to piers...

Do us all a favour and spend your time shagging gossip columnists instead of TV news, at least you're an expert in that
clown
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 11:23
Piers


a) I don’t think you’re in any position to throw around the ‘vain tool’ slur…
b) Good to see you finally admit you stopped me holding ministers to proper account for their failures that cost 1000s of lives. Gutless & pathetic, like your lies over Barnard Castle.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 11:31
Chris Curtis on twitter...

Johnson has nothing to gain by Brexit becoming an issue and everything to lose.

His Brexit majority is built on the fact he was best placed to "Get Brexit done".

The less done it looks, the more shaky that majority looks.

Cummings

Correct - the briefing from no10 spads about 'making the next election about brexit' is moronic, at best it shores up the ERG clown for a few days but if that's driving no10 they're doomed anyway
By:
flat16
When: 13 Oct 21 11:47
Revelations ,misinterpretation ,ambiguity...........no all this was clearly written in the NIP ,in many many languages.
By:
politicspunter
When: 13 Oct 21 12:22

Oct 13, 2021 -- 4:46AM, lapsy pa wrote:


No Lfc,the ERG,DUP and the Tories were the ones that revolted against Theresa Mays sensible deal,your overturning the democratic referendum point isn't correct.Your ilk are going to ruin the country.


If the dinosaurs of the ERG and DUP had supported May as they should have done, Brexit would have been resolved much more quickly and more favourably to Northern Ireland.

By:
lapsy pa
When: 13 Oct 21 13:01
Economically it couldn't be more favourable to NI,the Irish gov published the trade figures between the two and it is rocking to the detriment of the UK(admitted by Frost in the links on the NIP thread). These figures are not available on the UK side!

You have the EU bending over backwards trying to accomodate the chilled meats and medicines this afternoon on the deal Frost agreed with only to very probably come out down the line with the European court not being acceptable,It simply cannot have NI as being successful(admitted in policyUK meeting) If the court red line will rightly not be conceded it will obviously get nasty and that will be to the detriment of the average UK person.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 13:08
The Irish Times today re NI & Brexit and the Tories.

"never play chess with a pigeon- they will knock all the pieces over, **** all over the board and then strut around like they won "
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 13:09
S h I t
By:
Giuseppe
When: 13 Oct 21 13:36
"Surely the message must go out to all countries around the world that this is a British government that doesn’t necessarily keep its word and doesn’t necessarily honour the agreements it makes."

that's a bit over the top from leo
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 13:51
Frost says U.K. will accept nothing less than ‘ new ‘ NI protocol

As long as the loyalists are happy that will be fine
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 13:57
If the EU , and the south of Ireland government and the republicans stop their double standards

Then we might get progress
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Oct 21 13:59
It's like his speech yesterday

He hasn't got a clue what he wants

Writing the word new into
the protocol will probably
be enough for frosty, trolly
and lfc.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 13 Oct 21 14:05
"As long as the loyalists are happy that will be fine"

are you saying the UK is being blackmailed with the threat of violence by criminal paramilitary groups?
By:
Giuseppe
When: 13 Oct 21 14:06
what double standards are there lfc
By:
Giuseppe
When: 13 Oct 21 14:06
if you're suggetsing there aren't checks between ROI and GB and GB and France this is nonsense
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 14:06
My concern is that British citizens are happy , what’s wrong with that ?
By:
Giuseppe
When: 13 Oct 21 14:07
huge increase in HGV traffic at Rosslare port in Wexford preciely to avoid these checks and take the direct route to France even though it is longer and more expensive
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 14:08
Double standards - it’s the U.K. not Britain
Don’t try that please it doesn’t work
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