Brexit


#1542

:joy: quelle surprise


#1543

Even the brits are in on it


#1544

Will there be an influx of Oirish tinkers back to Oireland when the borders are locked down?


#1545

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#1548

Japan doing well nice and consistently there. Wouldn’t have thought they’d be so high.


#1549

Paddy loves the oul growth


#1550

The Italians made that exciting.


#1551

Britain’s Brexit minister has come under criticism after admitting he “hadn’t quite understood the full extent” to which UK trade was “reliant on the Dover-Calais crossing”.

You live on an island :rofl:


#1552

I saw that quote. It is quite staggering. How can he not understand the extent of how reliant his islands trade is on the busiest shipping lane on the fucking planet.
How the fuck do these lads think things arrive in blighty?

:unicorn:


#1553

Britain is the mainland


#1554

May is going to screw the DUP.

‘Alarm bells’ ringing for DUP as May letter raises prospect of EU customs border in Irish Sea http://jrnl.ie/4330964


#1555

Ah lads ---- The Brits have utterly disgraced themselves throughout the whole Brexit ordeal… there was talk that a lot of people who voted leave did so as a backlash against the political elite who were out of touch with the realities of every day life and ordinary people … by fuck has this proven to be true. The EU must be on the floor laughing at this latest one.


#1556

Oh the empire is finished


#1557

Sorry Arlene but those damn regulations mean we can’t keep you


#1558

There’s a lovely cut about that letter. She’s an awful wum


#1559

That was finished decades ago. It’s just the learning of it that’s left for the brits, and most of the younger generations couldn’t give a fcuk in any case. The older brexity types with their seething sense of entitlement will be dead and not missed.


#1560

Its just a line from a song mate


#1561

Art imitates life.