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1 hour ago, Monstroso said:

They're too arrogant and dumb for that to have occurred to them.

They're so used to expecting to get their own way through ranting or in this case violent manner to expect NOT to

 

Yeah except my reply, the one immediately beneath that one you replied to, covered that point :cuppa:

 

You guys are fucking hopeless.

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1 hour ago, Monstroso said:

Hypocrisy off the scale. Typical remoaner. Was he one of your council pals ?

Bloated ego (hence "legend") and I just bet you were screaming about "thuggery" when Sourby had someone arguing with her about ignoring the wishes of the majority of constituency

Wouldn't surprise me at all if the fat balding four eyed tosser was you yourself

 

 

:lol:   Fuck me man what a fuckin whopper. I expect you hate yourself more than anyone else though :) 

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Btw, from remainvoter.com. Tl:cbatr? If you live in the NE vote Lib Dem. 

 

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Here is your voting recommendation for Thursday's EU Election vote. First, 3 things

1 - Get out and vote.  Take a friend. Make a facebook event. Turnout is a winner! 

2 - Be confident. Less than 500,000 smart Remain votes across the UK could change the face of this election. 6 million of us signed the #RevokeA50 petition. You've got this. Use the hashtag #RemainVoter.

3 - Sharing is caring. Share this recommendation for your area on your Facebook and Twitter feed. Include @RemainVoter and we will RT.

It's that simple. This is how we win.
 
East Midlands - Vote Green
 
Current polling predicts: 1 Remainer party will win 1 seat
Smart Voting indicates: A further seat can be gained for a second pro-European party. 

The Liberal Democrats look secure in winning a single seat. The next best placed pro-European party to win is the Greens. A Greens gain will displace a pro-Brexit party, and lock them out of the East Midlands region. 

Remain Voter only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.
Eastern England - Vote Green
 
Current Polling predicts: 2 Remainer seats
Smart Voting indicates: We can gain an additional seat, bringing the total to 3. 

The Liberal Democrats look secure in this region, but the Greens are fighting for last seat against the Brexit Party. RemainVoter.com recommends voting Green to secure a Remainer seat in East of England, blocking Farage. 

Remain Voter only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.
London - Vote Change UK
 
Current Polling predicts: 3 Remainer seats across two parties.
Smart Voting indicates: We can gain a 4th seat for a third pro-European party. 

Lib Dem and Green seats look secure, so RemainVoter.com recommends vote Change UK to gain a 4th Remain seat in London. With Labour being non-committal, this means pro-Brexit parties cannot claim the capital.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.
North East Vote Liberal Democrat
 
Current Polling predicts 0 Remain seats
Smart Voting indicates: National vote share assist

With only 3 seats, the only way a Remainer can get elected is if we all co-operate. To bring a single seat within reach of a Remain party, RemainVoter.com recommends voting Liberal Democrat, and bringing a friend to the polling station. This will increase the key indicator of national vote share for Remain parties: don't give up.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Monstroso said:

Hypocrisy off the scale. Typical remoaner. Was he one of your council pals ?

Bloated ego (hence "legend") and I just bet you were screaming about "thuggery" when Sourby had someone arguing with her about ignoring the wishes of the majority of constituency

Wouldn't surprise me at all if the fat balding four eyed tosser was you yourself

 

 

Your hero has filled his nappy and refused to get off his bus in Wakefield because his "safety cannot be guaranteed". Safety from milk. 

 

Now fuck off you dirty little cunt.

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:lol: Imagine being such a massive snowflake that you're fine with your idol calling people traitors and enemies of the people and trotting out "breaking point" imagery that doesn't even have anything to do with the UK, but the second someone throws a bit of milk on him, you're pissing your pants in outrage. :lol:

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33 minutes ago, Renton said:

Btw, from remainvoter.com. Tl:cbatr? If you live in the NE vote Lib Dem. 

 

 

 

I'm voting Lib Dem despite the Change UK recommendation for London, partly because I feel like the upside could be massive on the day itself, depending on the narrative between now and Thursday.

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2 hours ago, Monstroso said:

Hypocrisy off the scale. Typical remoaner. Was he one of your council pals ?

Bloated ego (hence "legend") and I just bet you were screaming about "thuggery" when Sourby had someone arguing with her about ignoring the wishes of the majority of constituency

Wouldn't surprise me at all if the fat balding four eyed tosser was you yourself

 

Yes!

 

I confess!

 

It was I!

 

I planned the whole thing from my comfortable, sorry, mein kampfy cushioned chair in my snug council office. You'd be surprised to learn I was ex-forces which actually helped me get the job in the first place. At the interview I was asked if I had any medical conditions? I said I had a caffeine intolerance and my testicles were blown off by a IED in Iraq. He told me that the council liked to support us veterans and gave me the job. He said everyone was on 9-5 but I could start at eleven instead. I asked why and he said that at the council they just stand around scratching their balls and drinking coffee for the first couple of hours. IT WAS THAT COUPLE OF HOURS I DEVISED MY MILKSHAKE AMBUSH! 

 

Yours,

 

Council worker. 

(And proud).

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1 hour ago, Meenzer said:

 

I'm voting Lib Dem despite the Change UK recommendation for London, partly because I feel like the upside could be massive on the day itself, depending on the narrative between now and Thursday.

Gina Miller's version of the Remain Voter website is recommending Lib Dem for London. Which is unfortunate that the two services designed to do the same thing are spewing out opposing recommendations. 

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She's tweaking her shit deal again - still unlikely to pass according to tory chief whip. 

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She was reportedly prepared to put a second referendum on the bill but backed down when Grayling lost his shit. Why is she taking that useless cunt seriously? 

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She's offered MPs the chance to vote on a second referendum. Which of course the government will strongly whip against. It looks like a bit of a trap.

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And predictably it's gone down like a bucket of sick amongst her own party. Labour rejecting it too. Onwards we go. 

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I think it'll be between No Deal and No Brexit.

 

Starting to join the Renton side on this though - doomed to no deal.

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A nice clip of the Unite rep at British Steel blaming the possible job losses on Brexit while Len McCluskey refuses to contemplate a second referendum.

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25 minutes ago, Rayvin said:

I think it'll be between No Deal and No Brexit.

 

Starting to join the Renton side on this though - doomed to no deal.

I'm not sure what I predict tbh. No deal means breaking the GFA, what PM would want that on their CV? Starting another war ffs. I reckon Boris and a second referendum or even revoke is possible. 

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