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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
06 November, 2017 10:39
Great statistic, £8. FFS, she got an EXTRA £6,000,000 from the taxpayer this year, what could the NHS, schools, police do with that.
Bin the royals now.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
06 November, 2017 20:03
26 dead why aren’t the religion ones celebrating their friends are now in heaven?..

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
06 November, 2017 22:21
Well blow me, the Isle o Man and the Channel Islands have tax dodging policies.
Get a grip, time our government leaders were jailed for their ignorance through the years.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
07 November, 2017 01:05
And what could we do with £20b not going to the EU mafia....give it up Jilts your old enough to know better. When you try to make things better they invariably get worse.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
BC3 (IP Logged)
07 November, 2017 09:32
I love my tax dodging scheme, it's called an ISA.

Meanwhile in the good old US of A, the unemployment rate for Americans with no high school diploma has fallen to 5.7%, the lowest in 25 years. Good news for ordinary working class Americans, people just like us. Trump out eh.(Sm128)

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
07 November, 2017 10:02
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Brian O'Neil
And what could we do with £20b not going to the EU mafia....give it up Jilts your old enough to know better. When you try to make things better they invariably get worse.

Keep waving your union jack it will be in tatters soon.
Little England is for small minded sheeple.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
08 November, 2017 10:53
Lichtenstein, Monaco, Swiss bank accounts, Isle of Man, Channel Islands, offshore banking, Cayman Islands, blah, blah, blah. The people are finally wakening up to the unfair capitalist world we live in.(Sm109)

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
08 November, 2017 18:14
I was down in Birmingham recently, the last time I seen so many beggars was in Bulgaria 20+ years ago.
Day and night, people begging, poor sods lying in doorways, 21st century Britain, our politicians need to be held accountable.
I’ve heard of the drug Spice before, first time I have seen this with my own eyes, people monged out of their heads, frightening this is happening on the streets in one of the worlds richest countries.

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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
08 November, 2017 19:10
Priti Patel the great Brexiteer, you know the one, the one whose family were immigrants to the uk.
Having private meetings with Israel.

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Time us numpties woke up to the fact the British government is run by people more interested in their own interests than that of their constituents.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
08 November, 2017 19:41
Not so pretty, Patel has resigned as UK international development secretary, imagine a chief Brexiteer taking the post in the first place.(Sm6)
There’s no bigger fool than a Brexiteer supporter (Sm6)

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
09 November, 2017 00:14
No sound argument just insults....hallmarks of remainers. My standard response to the doom and gloomers "if you believe you can't and it will fail" you will always be right.Tomorrow, the gods willing, I will wake with confidence that I and all the other can doers will get whatever job it is that has to be done done rather than jeering from the sidelines.We are leaving, get used to it, and unless you are completely dumb from the @#$%&**e both ways you will realise that you are on-board the same ship as us "foolish brexiteers".

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Longsiders1882 (IP Logged)
09 November, 2017 12:49
So you call someone on their insults and then call them dumb - yeah that works.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
09 November, 2017 17:53
Priti Patel, daughter of Ugandan/African immigrants, a member of the Conservative Friends of Israel, a chief Brexiteer, caught out for under hand meetings.
And some think Britain will be better off under her sort.(Sm6)

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
11 November, 2017 19:03
Comrade Eck fae SNP to KGB.(Sm2)

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The old eastern bloc countries have lost their children to Western European capitalist countries and now capitalism is failing them as they struggle to generate taxes.

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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
14 November, 2017 01:26
"Unless you are" is the self assessment qualifier LS.Of relevance to your good self I would like to pass on my observations of a subject you may have association with. I am involved in construction/re development projects of quite small scale in areas of west Lancashire through to South Yorkshire covering a period of the last 6 years. South Yorkshire in particular where I have been working had a very high unemployment rate amongst the indigenous population especially of the under 25's. It had a very large obvious eastern European presence in the work places of local employers such as Asos, Next, Aldi etc. We are talking here about huge distribution warehouses employing thousands.Since the brexit vote and the political expression of outrage at employment policies of overseas recruitment in preference to local labour there has been a dramatic decline in the unemployed. It goes further in that the hit and miss nature of this type of employment has converted to steady employment producing year round income. The depressed property market has dramatically improved as a result.It was always argued that local labour was not available or unwilling to undertake the work on offer which was a total lie nothing less.The casual seasonal work now goes to the imports who are very glad of it and that is how it should be. Vive la Brexit

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
14 November, 2017 10:11
Up here every Xmas the unemployed are forced to work for Amazon in Dunfermline, poorly payed and have to pay to travel in their own time the 100mile round journey.
The last time I worked in Dunfermline I was payed more than double the minimum wage, was given a van and travelling time, ooh how the other half live.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Longsiders1882 (IP Logged)
14 November, 2017 13:31
Quote:
Brian O'Neil
"Unless you are" is the self assessment qualifier LS.Of relevance to your good self I would like to pass on my observations of a subject you may have association with. I am involved in construction/re development projects of quite small scale in areas of west Lancashire through to South Yorkshire covering a period of the last 6 years. South Yorkshire in particular where I have been working had a very high unemployment rate amongst the indigenous population especially of the under 25's. It had a very large obvious eastern European presence in the work places of local employers such as Asos, Next, Aldi etc. We are talking here about huge distribution warehouses employing thousands.Since the brexit vote and the political expression of outrage at employment policies of overseas recruitment in preference to local labour there has been a dramatic decline in the unemployed. It goes further in that the hit and miss nature of this type of employment has converted to steady employment producing year round income. The depressed property market has dramatically improved as a result.It was always argued that local labour was not available or unwilling to undertake the work on offer which was a total lie nothing less.The casual seasonal work now goes to the imports who are very glad of it and that is how it should be. Vive la Brexit

I could quote endless examples of why that's complete rubbish but I can't be bothered - I know it's rubbish because I work in this sector EVERY day of the week, work with the employers and employees. But I'm ready to be convinced, where did you get your new unemployment figures for the areas you refer to?

Vive la brexit? Food inflation at 4.1%, pound down, wages suppressed AND STILL NO SIGN OF THIS 350 MILLION a week for the NHS. The economic signs are there for all to see who wish to - and this is BEFORE we leave. Out of interest do you know how much food we export to the EU and how much we import from it? Do you further know what the WTO tariffs are on food?



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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
14 November, 2017 16:43
On the news up here yesterday 1500 jobs under threat, as they are energy based and because of the numbers involved I believe the Scottish government will step in and save the day, but there are many small businesses closing and the workers neglected by the government because they don’t make the news.

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Cant remember the exact figures but there has been a large increase in people using foodbanks up here, increases in food prices will see an even greater demand on them, of course everything will be rosy after Brexit.(Sm9)

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
14 November, 2017 19:40
Sorry about @#$%& picture quality but it’s a snap from another device.

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I was standing at a bus stop in Birmingham on a Wednesday night going away to the match, and there were a number of cars and stalls and loadsa people about, I thought it was a car boot sale, no it was a soup kitchen and tables with clothing and blankets for the homeless. Unbelievable the number of people there, well done to the number of volunteers helping those struggling in 21st century UK, one of the richest countries in the world.



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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
15 November, 2017 11:08
Quote:
Brian O'Neil
"Unless you are" is the self assessment qualifier LS.Of relevance to your good self I would like to pass on my observations of a subject you may have association with. I am involved in construction/re development projects of quite small scale in areas of west Lancashire through to South Yorkshire covering a period of the last 6 years. South Yorkshire in particular where I have been working had a very high unemployment rate amongst the indigenous population especially of the under 25's. It had a very large obvious eastern European presence in the work places of local employers such as Asos, Next, Aldi etc. We are talking here about huge distribution warehouses employing thousands.Since the brexit vote and the political expression of outrage at employment policies of overseas recruitment in preference to local labour there has been a dramatic decline in the unemployed. It goes further in that the hit and miss nature of this type of employment has converted to steady employment producing year round income. The depressed property market has dramatically improved as a result.It was always argued that local labour was not available or unwilling to undertake the work on offer which was a total lie nothing less.The casual seasonal work now goes to the imports who are very glad of it and that is how it should be. Vive la Brexit


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We need honest facts, not government massaging of figures and distorting of the truth.
People are being cut off benefits for numerous reasons and we wonder why the youth are running around London on mopeds and stealing. If the state won’t look after the people the people will look after themselves, ‘one way or another’.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
15 November, 2017 11:17
You’ve got to laugh, they want to improve the health of the poor???

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Reverse the cutting of benefits, build better social housing, cut fuel bills and create a better social community and give everyone a purpose in life. The poor are drinking cheap plonk to numb the pain of reality ffs, what the feck is it with governments wanting people to live longer in poverty?

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
16 November, 2017 00:24
I fail to understand jilts how your post responds to what I have conveyed in my post regarding hard facts of employment and local conditions in south yorkshire post referendum. There is much wrong in this world but take it as read socialism has proved itself lacking in answers for the poor.Socialism is a self rightous middle class club.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
16 November, 2017 10:05
Billions of people live in poverty, people are starving, dying from drought, why? Money or to be more exact, the lack of it, it’s called capitalism. Kids are starving, lack water and medicines and we stand and do feck all to tackle the problem, that’s what I call real child abuse.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
BC2 (IP Logged)
16 November, 2017 10:20
Noel Gallagher with a message for Remoanians,

"The Brexit thing, I can't believe there's so much noise about it. It was put to the people as a vote, the people voted. That's democracy. F***ing get over it."

Good advice Noel, but some are still finding it difficult to come to terms with it. Democracy eh, it's a @#$%&.

And LS, still wondering where the NHS money is, it's all too difficult for you isn't it, you fecking numpty. We're still in the EU, we're still paying them all that money, Brexit hasn't happened yet. FFS try and keep up.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
16 November, 2017 10:49
We will all find it difficult to come to terms with it, even the The Brexiteers, we will all look back in anger.

But please don't put your life in the hands
Of a Rock 'n' Roll band
Who'll throw it all away

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Longsiders1882 (IP Logged)
16 November, 2017 14:27
Quote:
Brian O'Neil
I fail to understand jilts how your post responds to what I have conveyed in my post regarding hard facts of employment and local conditions in south yorkshire post referendum. There is much wrong in this world but take it as read socialism has proved itself lacking in answers for the poor.Socialism is a self rightous middle class club.

Which hard facts? I saw a lot of made up opinion - not a single fact or stat at all - I even challenged you to produce them, so far nothing. Not a surprise because you're hard facts don't exist.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Longsiders1882 (IP Logged)
16 November, 2017 14:33
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BC2
Noel Gallagher with a message for Remoanians,
"The Brexit thing, I can't believe there's so much noise about it. It was put to the people as a vote, the people voted. That's democracy. F***ing get over it."

Good advice Noel, but some are still finding it difficult to come to terms with it. Democracy eh, it's a @#$%&.

And LS, still wondering where the NHS money is, it's all too difficult for you isn't it, you fecking numpty. We're still in the EU, we're still paying them all that money, Brexit hasn't happened yet. FFS try and keep up.

Oh well if that intellectual heavyweight says so I guess its time to shut up the shop...But if democracy is all about how people vote then presumably if we have a future vote that says go back in you'll be all for it and won't complain at all right?

So to be clear, as soon as we leave the EU the NHS will get that money? And that of course will also be the point at which we begin to assess all the various impacts, good and bad, that were suggested.

ps: No need to be rude, insults are a sure sign you aren't convinced of your arguments.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
16 November, 2017 18:57
Lloyd Blankfein with a message to stop Brexit tears.

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There are many things that I would like to know
And there are many places that I wish to go
But everything's depending on the way the wind may blow

I prefer a sustainable future for all, not a gamble on the future of today’s youth, come join me on a new adventure and let’s conquer the ills of life (Sm109)

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
17 November, 2017 00:08
Even to a financial numpty it must have dawned upon their limited capacity that the financial demands from the
EU are exposing the real cost of belonging to this mafia type organisation .£350m per week is a serious miscalculation, the true figure is obviously much higher.The true costs of our membership is being exposed for the first time during these so called negotiations .

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
17 November, 2017 10:03
I don’t think if the NHS had an extra £350m a week they could remove the blinkers from some.

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Here’s hoping they don’t waste any money on Brexiteers brain scans.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Longsiders1882 (IP Logged)
17 November, 2017 13:51
Quote:
Brian O'Neil
Even to a financial numpty it must have dawned upon their limited capacity that the financial demands from the
EU are exposing the real cost of belonging to this mafia type organisation .£350m per week is a serious miscalculation, the true figure is obviously much higher.The true costs of our membership is being exposed for the first time during these so called negotiations .

Everyone from Farage and Boris down accept 350 million was a miscalculation as it ignored both the rebate and the funds sent back to fund things like the weavers triangle in Burnley, farm subsidies etc.

I'm still waiting for your "facts".

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
18 November, 2017 02:08
I am currently on smart phone so will respond at length
In due course ls. Ps are we still in exile or not ?

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
19 November, 2017 22:07
Mugabe.. looks good for his age.

Why do countries the world over, have @#$%& in command?

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
20 November, 2017 02:04
You can not be that daft LS to only see the headline figure. Our leaving has exposed the true costs which are far in excess of our yearly budget contribution. Outside of that budget are contributions to projects(reason for extortion figure of £60b)VAT contributions and tariff fees accruing to the EU for every product we import from outside the EU plus loans that we will never recover and the list goes on and on. So in conclusion the £350m figure is well below the real cost of being in.It is a simple fact that you can not negotiate with the EU and the sooner the cretins who are in charge of the process realise this the sooner we can get on with our future.Our society has never done what Germany,Austria, Italy, France and Spain have done which is to elect or be ruled by Fascist governments.If the Euro was not a major contributor to Germany's economic dominance in Europe at the expensee of mass unemployment of the youth in countries like Italy Greece and Sapin it would be gone tomorrow morning no matter what the other members thought.If you took away farm subsidies from France they would become a handout country like the majority of other members. We have been mugs for far too long aided and abetted by the traitors in our own society who continue to cheer on our foes. If you think this is anything less than political and economic war you are a dangerous fool.If there was a worse way to go about our leaving this mafia organisation it would boggle the mind to consider it.Churchill's overiding quality as a leader was his belief in the British people, something sorely lacking in our current crop of Sh***.I voted leave and having observed what has happened since you can take it as read that I would be more determined than ever to ensure our leaving.Cameron promised me article 50 the morning after if we voted leave....another fecking deceit to go with his £14b of goodies he promised to the EU for their "concessions" he hoped would bribe us into accepting the status quo.

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