Brexit


#741

#742

Did they ever open a pub in Dublin ?? They are wretched shitholes over .


#743

4 in Dublin, 1 in Cork


#744

They have undeveloped sites in Waterford and Carlow.


#745

How can you tell a developed site from an undeveloped site in Carlow?


#746

He’s a creepy bastard that Tim Martin, there’s an awful whiff of yew tree from him.


#747

How can you tell an undeveloped Wetherspoons from a developed one?


#748

The developed ones have forty something divorced cougars with boob jobs and hair extensions drinking cheap rose wine .


#749

@The_Dunph would have loved that shit


#750

Carlow is a lovely little town and I won’t hear a bad word said against it. On the flip side who the fuck goes to Whetherspoons to drink champagne?


#751

“champagne”


#752

Isabel Euphemia Jokeshop will be on Question Time tonight.

I’d like to think she’ll take a serious pasting due to her par in the Arron Banks/Russia story, but this is Question Time, so I expect the audience to be filled with pro-Brexit mentalists.


#753

Latest poll is very interesting — Two different headlines from it. The establishment papers in Ireland run with BREXIT voters would rather see a hard border than stay in customs union… The Telegraph hones in on the fact that the majority of brexiters would rather cut NI loose than stay in customs union. Why wouldnt the Irish paper run with that angle?


#754

Because it doesn’t suit their agenda


#755

Of maintaining the union?


#756

I think the easiest solution is the UK gives NI back to Ireland, along with guaranteed payments to help meet the costs of public wage bills, social welfare etc for the next 10 years while we integrate them with our own systems. Any people of unionist persuasion who don’t want to remain in a united Ireland should be given a small compensation package and free passage to the new world.


#757

Maintaining partition


#758

and the west solution?


#759

Sticking your thumb up your hole


#760

If we played it right the EU would fund all the costs of reintegration.