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Club Tropicana (CT remix '18)   Let me take you to the place Where membership's Britain's disgrace Blue flag with lots of stars. Where strangers take you by the hand And welcome you

In World War II the average IQ of the combat soldier was 100. In Parliament Square it was nineteen. N-n-n-n-nineteen.    

I remember a few people saying, some years ago when this was all kicking off, that maybe Brexit is what this country needs to finally move on from the Imperial past and embrace a global future. The fa

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11 hours ago, Christmas Tree said:

 

What an excellent bit of writing :)

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Between 2016 and 2018, the U.K. went from being the fastest-growing major economy in the world to the slowest, as businesses halted investment plans, migration dwindled, and foreboding filled the air. The government’s own estimates show that every form of Brexit will make people worse off, ranging from a relatively modest impact, if the country ends up somehow entwined in the E.U.—and thereby less free—to a cost of around eight per cent of G.D.P., if it leaves with no formal deal at all.

 

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1 hour ago, ewerk said:

You liked this paragraph?

 

 

:lol: I liked them all.

 

Without getting into the bits I agree / disagree with, the actual article was very impressive journalism that is rare to see these days in our own daily offerings. I loved the detail the writers gone into, the background, the timeline, the use of language.

 

The world might be a tad better if the media was more like that than the sound bite, shock tactic, rubbish we are served daily.

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44 minutes ago, Christmas Tree said:

 

:lol: I liked them all.

 

Without getting into the bits I agree / disagree with, the actual article was very impressive journalism that is rare to see these days in our own daily offerings. I loved the detail the writers gone into, the background, the timeline, the use of language.

 

The world might be a tad better if the media was more like that than the sound bite, shock tactic, rubbish we are served daily.

 

:lol: "It was nothing like reading The Sun"

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4 hours ago, Christmas Tree said:

 

:lol: I liked them all.

 

Without getting into the bits I agree / disagree with, the actual article was very impressive journalism that is rare to see these days in our own daily offerings. I loved the detail the writers gone into, the background, the timeline, the use of language.

 

The world might be a tad better if the media was more like that than the sound bite, shock tactic, rubbish we are served daily.

Typical Tory. 

Lies first, then denies it. 

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34 minutes ago, Meenzer said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-44966969

 

The lies about Turkey stand out in particular, just as they did on the literature that came through the door. "Project Fear", one might even call it. 

The Turkey thing was an outright lie peddled repeatedly on all forms of media. Good to see the BBC is at least reporting this propaganda. My favourite propaganda was the prime time one on what will happen to the NHS if we stay in. Irony.

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36367247

 

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17 minutes ago, Renton said:

The Turkey thing was an outright lie peddled repeatedly on all forms of media. Good to see the BBC is at least reporting this propaganda. My favourite propaganda was the prime time one on what will happen to the NHS if we stay in. Irony.

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36367247

 

 

That Dad's Army graphic, man. :lol: Lucky we're not allowed to call Leave voters thick any more because it's detrimental to the country's healing or something.

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