Brexit


#621

Also, saw this somewhere else. I lolled
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#622

#623

:grinning:


#624

Magnificent


#625

#626

Dya reckon that that is just realpolitik?
Or is he a cnut?
Or both?


#627

You’re asking if nick clegg is a cunt???


#628

I’d say he’s just par for the course art. Not a patch on the may Boris gove fox Davis jrm axis.


#629

#630

Ah just fucking lovely.


#631

This country is half the nicest people you’d ever meet, and half utter utter cunts. The brexit poll would give a reasonable barometer.


#632

I like this one


#633

https://blogs.ec.europa.eu/ECintheUK/euromyths-a-z-index/


#634

Laughing stock … Little Englanders took it all in while waving their little jacks…


#635

Sinn Fein have traditionally been Eurosceptic.


#636

They have and still are to a degree … they are against the notion that the few should benefit over the many and that’s what Europe has been for a long time now. They are certainly engaging more with Europe and their MEPs are making great contacts and doing fine work … they are making it work for them. Of course, some of this is about power, there’s no one that naive to deny it. But there’s still euroscepticism within the party.


#637

There is a major democratic deficit at the core of the EU. The Apple tax case was an abuse of power using anti-trust rules to try and bring tax which is outside EU competency into the fold.

We are better in than out but without UK as a buffer we will be on back foot more and more.


#638

That would be my main worry for Ireland Inc. By and large the UK was onside and it was, as you say, a decent buffer which has been lost most likely.


#639

Good for a giggle


#640

This day next year they are out.