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4 minutes ago, Marko121 said:

Francois has just described himself as " an Officer of the ERG " on sky news.  Desperate for any military type language.  the fat, ugly, slimy, weird cunt 

He's such a comic character, but unfortunately cunts across our nation take him seriously and support his point of view. The twat could be right off a harry Enfield sketch. 

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14 minutes ago, Trumo said:

 

Starring BAFTA Fellowship Award nominee Simon Maroulis as Mark Francois?


Every hero need a villain, and nobody burns bodies in car boots like Si.

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Fugitive said:

Fuck-ing-hell.

Hahahahaha have you not seen that before?  My favourite bit is at the end when he gets up from the bench , calls someone a cunt then legs it after them

 

NarutoFast-69e1.gif

 

 

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Where have all them brexit flags and union jacks appeared behind the BBC platform outside parliament come from overnight?! I fuking hate this cunt media. Its been 90% EU flags.

 

Anyone watching and just hear Francois the fat cunt call the EU legend an idiot? The absolute hero is hammering him here I'm in stitches !!!!

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He still wins M B , as the MP's would be ' frustrating the people ' and an election would have to follow in reality as he had taken No Deal effectively off the table with his offered deal, leaving the opposition parties nowhere to hide.

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17 minutes ago, sir roger said:

He still wins M B , as the MP's would be ' frustrating the people ' and an election would have to follow in reality as he had taken No Deal effectively off the table with his offered deal, leaving the opposition parties nowhere to hide.

It's all up to the DUP now. Do they accept the bribe or risk an election? If they take the bribe then their support will never forgive them. If they don't, then they risk an election removing their influence over the decision.

 

Whatever happens, it will be the EU's fault ofcourse.

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31 minutes ago, M_B said:

It's all up to the DUP now. Do they accept the bribe or risk an election? If they take the bribe then their support will never forgive them. If they don't, then they risk an election removing their influence over the decision.

 

Whatever happens, it will be the Corbyn and the lefts fault of course.

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This looks too easy, I smell a rat.

 

I suspect that we're heading back to the period of negotiating where Britain were saying we can always renege on any deal.

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1 minute ago, No2 said:

This looks too easy, I smell a rat.

 

I suspect that we're heading back to the period of negotiating where Britain were saying we can always renege on any deal.

Where are you watching it? 

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11 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Where are you watching it? 

RTE radio, news at 1. It seems every 5 minutes either the Johnson or the DUP have done a u turn. A border in the Irish sea is a "before hell freezes over" deal for the DUP yet they're apparently getting they're bellies tickled.

 

From what I can gather the only stumbling block is an agreement on standards, ie the EU want an agreement that the UK won't cut every corner possible to reduce standards. They will agree it and immediately cut the shit out of every employment and standards regulation. 

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2 minutes ago, No2 said:

RTE radio, news at 1. It seems every 5 minutes either the Johnson or the DUP have done a u turn. A border in the Irish sea is a "before hell freezes over" deal for the DUP yet they're apparently getting they're bellies tickled.

 

From what I can gather the only stumbling block is an agreement on standards, ie the EU want an agreement that the UK won't cut every corner possible to reduce standards. They will agree it and immediately cut the shit out of every employment and standards regulation. 

Has the silly bitch really just said that any deal must satisfy both unionists and nationalists? 

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13 minutes ago, House of Dirk said:

Mark Francois is what happens when Bruce Banner gets subjected too Gammon Radiation.

 

"Don't make me angry. You won't like me when I'm angry."

 

* turns into a fucking Poddington Pea *

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2 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Has the silly bitch really just said that any deal must satisfy both unionists and nationalists? 

I reckon she is in captivity and someone is tweeting from her phone.

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Will the TA allow him the weekend off to sit in Parliament ?

 

Can't help but think of Billy Connolly going on manoeuvres with the TA to make some money 

 

Hooray Henry - ' Bang Bang , you're dead .

Billy - ' Fuck off , I'm staying with my mates '

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1 hour ago, Trumo said:

 

"Don't make me angry. You won't like me when I'm angry."

 

* turns into a fucking Poddington Pea *

Poddington peas are likeable though. 

Edited by House of Dirk
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