Brexit Phase Two - Trade

There you go, trying to escalate a reaction.

You keep plugging away trying to get a rise out of what I used to do and I'll keep schooling you as you have no idea of what I can and have put up with.

Still, how could you, you doorman to the ATC and all that? I find it sad that you the most exciting thing ever in your service career was perving the tits and arrses of WRAFs. It really does bring a tear or two to my eyes... of laughter.
Schooling me? <snigger> You know nothing about my service career and I'm not inclined to add anything.

I find it incredibly sad that you have to invent what you think the most exciting thing in my career was though, feck knows why you'd want to do that. You'll note that my interest in your career is non existent.

Cheers champ.
 
Yup, the answer was to murderthe people who were angry at the new establishment. Proof positive that socialism doesn’t work.
Your position is a little ambiguous, as to whether you're placing blame on the Royalists or Parliament. I always thought it was those that were unsupportive of the old establishment (ie, the Stuart Monarchy) that rose in armed rebellion in the English Civil War, but happy for you to prove me wrong.
 
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Schooling me? <snigger> You know nothing about my service career and I'm not inclined to add anything.

I find it incredibly sad that you have to invent what you think the most exciting thing in my career was though, feck knows why you'd want to do that. You'll note that my interest in your career is non existent.

Cheers champ.
Awww, diddums, Don't be like that. It's called inference.

Have you forgotten about bragging about checking in instead of digging in?

Hmm hmm I bet you could tell some tales about your escapades with trouser presses, hey?

Twonk.
 
Awww, diddums, Don't be like that. It's called inference.

Have you forgotten about bragging about checking in instead of digging in?

Hmm hmm I bet you could tell some tales about your escapades with trouser presses, hey?

Twonk.
Yup, always check in. Still next to nothing.

Cheers, champ.
 
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm...genuine or scripted.......
 
Not for much longer. The Tories are hoping May will step down voluntarily. I don't think she's going to, so I suspect there will be an organised rebellion against her in a commons vote. Then she'll be handed the mess Webley.

The Tories won't want to make Labour a gift of the next election. The sooner May's gone, the sooner they can start repairing the damage. May's got an unworkable solution, 100+ pissed off Tory MP's, very unhappy activists and Tory voters starting to drift away to UKIP. That's a pretty toxic cocktail and it's a largely self inflicted wound by May.

Wordsmith
Self-inflicted by the Tories would be more accurate.

At least, there's a speeding up of the dynamics. The 'natural party of government' is in a bit of a pickle.
 
The White Paper must really be bad when prominent Brexiteers and Remainers are all agreeing it is a crock! - and for the same reason namely, that TM has given away total control to the EU! (the useless bitch!)

The papers this morning are saying that arch Remainers Mandelson, Blair and Greening (she says she will vote against it) are all begging the PM to reconsider or hold another referendum - in Greenings case she says the ballot paper should say: accept PMs deal, Stay In the EU, Clean Break - I love the way she's put 2 Remain 'options' in the same ballot paper!

For me, all of this puts a new and unexpected dimension on TM getting this through Parliament - up until now I think everyone has been looking to the brexiteers to rebel/force a leadership election but with the Remainers now kicking off I wonder if we could actually see a Remain led rebellion? - how about a Remain led leadership bid! - maybe somebody like Amber Rudd?
 
Your position is a little ambiguous, as to whether you're placing blame on the Royalists or Parliament. I always thought it was those that were unsupportive of the old establishment (ie, the Stuart Monarchy) that rose in armed rebellion in the English Civil War, but happy for you to prove me wrong.
No the Levellers were those of the people who had supported the Cromwellian cause on the basis that once the new establishment was in they would be treated "levelly". Cromwell couldn't have that as control would have passed to the people rather than to Parliament which was what the war had been about. Levellers never supported the Monarchy. The distinction is here was a sort of Socialist movement in the making that wouldn't be supported by the very people who'd promised so much. Cromwell was a Land owner as were many other leaders of the civil war. Many of the Levellers had links to Puritanism. The issue here isn't so much Royalists or Roundheads- more Parliament and it's intense distaste for "democracy". It often shouts about it, very seldom practices what it preaches. That's what the "divine right right" was all about

Incidentally that's how it worked out in America, then France, Germany ( in the 19th century) and subsequently, Russia.
Incidentally Justine Greening has just implied Parliament want redundancy. GMB "A second referendum should be held because Parliament can't do it."
 
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