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4 hours ago, Gemmill said:

When British farmers stop voting these cunts in, then I'll start listening to their concerns. Until then, they can import my balls into their gobs. 

Your balls will be covered by the trade deal with china and probably go quite well with British cheese.

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Three Commonwealth countries didn’t give UK a point

Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Israel (they’ve just finished murdering the people they keep in an open prison but still got 100+ points :lol: ) etc didn’t give UK a point

Nothing to do with Brexit, UK sent an atonal potato to croak along to a backing track that sounded like a three minute cry for mercy just before a lethal injection. Try sending someone with talent, charisma and a decent song next time :cuppa:

 

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6 hours ago, Meenzer said:

Low-quality UK export rejected at port of entry

 


Can you explain how the public vote works for us mate?   Graham Norton was a couple of bottles in by then and couldn’t be arsed ...

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2 hours ago, PaddockLad said:


Can you explain how the public vote works for us mate?   Graham Norton was a couple of bottles in by then and couldn’t be arsed ...

 

Basically it's exactly the same as the jury vote - each country gives points from 1-12 to the top ten in their respective phone votes - except instead of going to each country individually to call them in, they lump them all on at the end for dramatic effect.

 

I think the idea is also that it hides some of the worst excesses of neighbourly voting, although the juries are just as bad at that, so I'm not sure it does really. :lol: 

 

It does mean you have to go on the Eurovision website afterwards and drill down into the data if you want to see how each country's public voted. Which, of course, we have done. The nearest we got to a point with the public was our 14th place in the Maltese vote. Bless you, Valletta.

 

The Polish jury had us 11th though. So near and yet so far. :lol:

 

 

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How do people feel about this latest turn of events. I mean, I fancy our chances against the puny Italian chipolata, our Lincolnshires will batter the fuck out of them? But faced against the mighty German Knockwurst? I'm not too sure. 

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Sounds like the EU are getting to the end of their tether with the UK regarding the NI protocol. Tariffs and suspension of co-operation likely in the future.

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Yep. And it’ll be spun as the EU being unreasonable for making the UK stick to the what it signed up to, what its MPs voted for and for what the voters endorsed (arguably at least and certainly under our electoral system) in the last general election 

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47 minutes ago, Alex said:

Yep. And it’ll be spun as the EU being unreasonable for making the UK stick to the what it signed up to, what its MPs voted for and for what the voters endorsed (arguably at least and certainly under our electoral system) in the last general election 

 Breakfast means breakfast. The choice of sausage doesn’t matter when it comes to it.

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