BREXIT thread


#2925

Instagram tells me to snipe about you about imagined isms? Is that what you’re saying now?


#2926

If you don’t want to reveal your sources for your daily cause thats fair enough


#2927

#2928

:smile:


#2929

Christ, what a fucking moron/loon


#2930

The inmates are running the asylum in the UK.


#2931

The troops are on standby and the Bank of England is cranking up the printing presses. Stay safe @Tassotti


#2932

Nothing like a bit of scaremongering to focus minds. We were hearing the same shite here after the crash and it worked.


#2933

Rumour has it the Galway county board is at the same thing


#2934

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/sinn-féin-could-have-neutralised-dup-s-brexit-veto-by-taking-seats-bruton-1.3732895?mode=amp

Bruton on the ball as ever. Was lovely to see such a fine tribute from John Major towards Bruton last week at the IEA talk.


#2935

“there were very little Irish nationalists MPs at the time”
Barry Mcelduff?


#2936

as usual, bruton failing to understand the mandate given to the SF MPs. unsurprising given hes such a loyalist lickspittle


#2937

Lovely compliment from one Tory to another.


#2938

One of the main people speaking out against the Brexit that you dread, meanwhile the leadership of the Labour Party are complicit in allowing it to happen.


#2939

How did they vote on Brexit?


#2940

don’t think the blueshirts had a vote on brexit


#2941

Northern Nationalists?


#2942

I never said otherwise.


#2943

they voted against brexit and against their MPs taking the oath


#2944

The simpleton Republican policy that was fine and dandy whilst Northern Irish politicians were an irrelevance in Westminister.

SF’s stated reasons for not going to Westminister per their manifesto were that “it’s a waste of time”.

That situation is objectively untrue. The rest of SF’s manifesto is on issues that they can very much make an impact on at Westminister.

A brave political party moves to make changes. SF are the party of slowlearners. Right now they could be helping to get Mrs May’s deal through Parliament and ensuring no hard border in Ireland. They are happy enough to sit on the sidelines whilst everyone else does the work.