Brexit: It's nearly now or never for UK-EU trade deal
03/12/2020 | news | politics | 1,995
As pizza-fuelled talks continue into the night, there appears to be stuff worth chewing over.
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jez
02/12/2020 22:23:31 28 42
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Never never never no deal we want WTO, no surrender to the EU
Nobody believes your tired old garbage any more Removed
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02/12/2020 22:28:58 11 9
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We should walk away, copyright March, June, July, September and twice in November. We hold no cards, we need them more than they need us and it’s not the easiest deal in history. Now we are begging for scraps
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02/12/2020 22:33:39 2 2
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Hey Jez. Pick up your tissues on the way out. That desk tidy in your basement is full. There is Thundercats on channel 264. I admit - Paw Patrol - has less tisue distractions. So knock yourself out.
264
02/12/2020 23:23:13 1 5
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Freedom. Freedom.
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02/12/2020 22:25:51 29 33
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At this point, and I was a remoaner, I just want to get out of the EU and put it all behind us.
Hopefully we can rebuild new relationships without alledged EU interference.
Just trying to be positive.
377
02/12/2020 23:40:34 1 2
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I find it hard to emulate your philosophical attitude but I award full marks for a positive approach.
458
02/12/2020 23:53:48 7 1
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Just like Brexit itself, you shot yourself in the foot and exposed your childish lie (with your eighth word)
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02/12/2020 22:26:05 49 21
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should have spiked there Pizzas with EX LAX might have speeded things up a bit
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02/12/2020 22:45:49 28 16
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Can't spell
WE will "respect the 52" then they learn the difference between there and their. I mean WOW, the average British 8 year old knows basic grammer like this so why dont the majority of Brexiters who comment on HYS? Pretty much sums up Brexit doesn't it.....?
03/12/2020 11:36:22 0 0
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No, when they existed, and no now.
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02/12/2020 22:26:05 17 37
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Kuenssberg with her EU propaganda yet again.
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02/12/2020 22:32:29 2 4
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Laura is probably polishing her favourite phrase “knife edge negotiations”. Think she’s right this time
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jez
02/12/2020 22:23:31 28 42
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Never never never no deal we want WTO, no surrender to the EU
Nobody believes your tired old garbage any more Removed
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02/12/2020 22:30:23 7 9
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Nobody doesn't matter, he's just a remoaner.
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02/12/2020 22:27:29 236 90
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One member state source told me that it feels like "doing a pre-nup agreement", adding: "We want a long and stable marriage, but Boris Johnson is trying to get enough freedom to cheat."

Well it’s his character I guess. That’s a brilliant quote by the way too
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02/12/2020 23:34:33 100 58
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Absolutely. He couldn’t lie straight in bed.
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03/12/2020 01:18:01 6 8
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More like a divorce really, after which Boris is free to cheat to his hearts content.
The EU wants us to wear a chastity belt

And yes we are the female in the relationship because we have been taking it for 40 years.
Removed
03/12/2020 12:03:37 1 0
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Sorry who said this exactly? Sounds like many of those BS friend of a friend stories
03/12/2020 12:28:46 3 3
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""We want a long and stable marriage"

There's the problem
We were married yet too many in the EU seem to think this is about creating a new treaty
They haven't accepted this is a divorce and we want an amicable divorce agreement

We don't want to be 'married' to the EU any more
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02/12/2020 22:28:20 90 9
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Looks like a Pizza Delivery business is the first benefactor of a potential trade deal.
03/12/2020 10:56:50 16 18
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And probably the last.
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jez
02/12/2020 22:23:31 28 42
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Never never never no deal we want WTO, no surrender to the EU
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02/12/2020 22:28:58 11 9
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We should walk away, copyright March, June, July, September and twice in November. We hold no cards, we need them more than they need us and it’s not the easiest deal in history. Now we are begging for scraps
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02/12/2020 22:29:24 96 21
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Surprise surprise, both sides leave it until the last minute to get serious. It is what politicians do to keep the spotlight on them.
03/12/2020 12:30:27 2 1
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If it wasn't for the last minute, nothing would be done.
Government policy.
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02/12/2020 22:29:29 160 109
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Why continue this insane self-harm? Stop playing chicken with the future prosperity of this country, do what needs to be done to agree a deal, and get back to focusing on what really matters - getting this country through COVID. No deal has literally no benefits and we can’t afford the double impact of the pandemic on top of Brexit. Stop playing politics and do the deal.
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02/12/2020 22:32:08 120 243
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Leaving the EU has got us a vaccine one month ahead of the EU. They are still waiting for PPE.
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02/12/2020 22:52:53 23 49
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You should be pointing your anger at the Eu. Their demands are ridiculous. No nation would agree to them.

First rule of negotiating is that you have to be prepared to walk away.
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03/12/2020 00:09:32 4 2
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But even a deal still leaves us in big trouble.
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03/12/2020 00:46:29 1 2
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"Stop playing politics and do the deal."
My Oh my! Oh that is was that easy! Your simplistic remarks reveal a staggering lack of understanding of what is at stake here. Any 'deal' reached now will be in force long after when Covid-19 is no longer a serious threat.
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03/12/2020 07:33:47 0 3
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when did you become an expert on trade deals? Oh, yes, when you had access to HYS of course
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03/12/2020 08:32:57 0 2
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I wouldn’t want Turbulent negotiating on my behalf, I suspect I would lose my shirt!

A deal will be done, hold your nerve!
DHN
03/12/2020 13:35:01 0 0
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That applies to both sides. If it wasn’t for the incompetent Theresa May we wouldn’t be in this situation, she tried to appease the EU and we got the same as Chamberlain got with Hitler.
03/12/2020 20:08:57 0 0
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There is no solid economic argument for favouring a the EU market that will dictate our state aid laws, farming subsidies, fishing rules and other such policies as opposed to opening up the UK to much bigger markets that won't dictate such control. Remaining in the EU is an act of self-harm. Trading with Asia and the rest of the Commonwealth will lead to greater prosperity.
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02/12/2020 22:30:03 141 45
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After receiving pizzas they will spend the next 7 days deciding how to share them
EU claiming 95% for the EU UK demanding 70% because they where made in the UK
with 30% EU Ingredients
03/12/2020 10:21:06 31 24
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Except most of the ingredients for pizzas are sourced from outside the UK.
03/12/2020 10:54:03 8 2
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sincce the mozzarella, tomatoes, olives,salami, soya cheese, are made outside the UK, what is left from UK?
03/12/2020 11:33:59 2 5
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Chlorinated chicken from the US of A for the toppings please, tariff free
03/12/2020 13:16:27 0 0
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The UK delegates will want to eat their pizzas and still have them.
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02/12/2020 22:30:19 187 17
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I think fish and chips would have been more appropriate :)
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02/12/2020 22:33:22 93 8
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Served in newspaper of course.
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02/12/2020 22:43:15 5 9
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Fish and chips? Only if British fish is used! None of that rubbish french fish ??. If we don’t get a deal the french have had their chips anyway ??
538
03/12/2020 00:11:52 4 1
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Or a curry and lager?

Perhaps that's for when the deals done
603
03/12/2020 00:38:06 3 1
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And intense discussion about whether a scotch egg is a 'substantial meal' before getting on to the peripheral topics.
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03/12/2020 00:41:24 1 4
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In difficult negotiations such as Brexit, when the chips are down you know things are getting a bit fishy.
967
03/12/2020 09:39:38 1 0
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Doesn't matter what it is ... it'll all be on expenses.

Surprised it's not champagne and fillet steak ... nothing but the best for these people.
989
03/12/2020 09:43:20 0 1
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Is that supposed to be funny ?
03/12/2020 09:47:45 0 1
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As usual, serious comment is drowned out by noise.
03/12/2020 10:21:24 0 0
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British Cod - naturally!
03/12/2020 10:37:39 0 0
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Better than escargot and vino!
03/12/2020 11:38:29 0 0
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Provided the fish was one of the several species UK fishermen dont exploit (one valid reason why Europe wants access to our waters) because there is no market for them here because we are so provincial we wont eat anything but cod or haddock
03/12/2020 12:08:06 1 0
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No - bread and water as that'll be the national diet after Brexit.
Nobody believes your tired old garbage any more Removed
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02/12/2020 22:30:23 7 9
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Nobody doesn't matter, he's just a remoaner.
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02/12/2020 22:30:30 13 5
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Only British pizzas sound abit continental to me. Should’ve have cheese and pickle sandwiches. Let’s hope we get a deal to go with the vaccine ??
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02/12/2020 22:33:48 5 4
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And beer
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02/12/2020 23:23:50 0 2
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Yes, that would be appropriate for the back tot he 50s Britain!
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02/12/2020 22:30:32 2 6
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Ok good. Never never never, thank you.
Your games are over.
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02/12/2020 22:30:35 19 21
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All of the lies from the leavers will be roosting very very shortly.
Fishing, 0.10 % of GDP.

Who do these liars think they are kidding!
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Bob
02/12/2020 22:30:41 49 20
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I really hope at least something can be salvaged from this mess.
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02/12/2020 22:42:55 73 72
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Alas , the Conservatives are the ones in charge , so it will be a cock up.
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03/12/2020 07:55:48 5 0
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united Ireland
03/12/2020 13:03:26 0 0
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You and me both!
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02/12/2020 22:31:47 130 94
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For or against Brexit, one thing is for sure, bojo and co will make a mess of it
It has been proven many times just how incompetent they are. They can't even keep their own MPs in line
An utter disgrace of a cabinet
130
02/12/2020 22:52:34 49 52
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For: will make a mess of it

Read: are making a mess of it
139
02/12/2020 22:53:58 6 3
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Such a shame you didn’t go into politics so you could show us all how it’s done.
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02/12/2020 23:47:29 1 2
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you are a right thinking person
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02/12/2020 22:29:29 160 109
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Why continue this insane self-harm? Stop playing chicken with the future prosperity of this country, do what needs to be done to agree a deal, and get back to focusing on what really matters - getting this country through COVID. No deal has literally no benefits and we can’t afford the double impact of the pandemic on top of Brexit. Stop playing politics and do the deal.
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02/12/2020 22:32:08 120 243
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Leaving the EU has got us a vaccine one month ahead of the EU. They are still waiting for PPE.
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02/12/2020 22:42:19 85 10
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‘But the idea that Brexit enabled the UK to press ahead and authorise one is not right.
It was actually permitted under EU law, a point made by the head of the UK's medicines regulator on Wednesday.‘ BBC news report on Brexit and the vaccine.

Read the facts, not Jacob Rees-Mogg’s fake news stream on Twitter.
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02/12/2020 22:42:27 53 6
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Oh no it didn’t
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JP
02/12/2020 22:44:24 65 7
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Really?! Firstly, the vaccine is German/EU made. UK approval wasn't due to Brexit. You should stop believing the rubbish everything that comes out of UK gov.
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02/12/2020 22:44:43 58 9
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Wrong on both counts. You must be a Brexiteer. How did I guess ???
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02/12/2020 22:53:11 35 11
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More liars by the Brexiteers see https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/55163730
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02/12/2020 22:53:12 9 6
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That’s because the EU has not approved the release of the vaccine !
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02/12/2020 23:00:48 21 3
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Any substantiation for your comment.

You got it from a source in Turkey ...

Thought so.

Your goose is well & truly cooked.
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02/12/2020 23:13:45 3 7
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Agreed, and it's a Turkish / US vaccine produced in Belgium, nothing to do with Germany other than that the 2 Turkish owners live there.
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02/12/2020 23:15:37 7 2
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And don't we feel proud of ourselves. Socked it to the bloody foreigners again, just like the war (which incidentally unless you are c. 90 none of us will have served in) - just stealing the glory of our parents and grandparents.
why do little Boys like "decency" wrtie such twoddle? Did read it on facebook, or one of alt right tabloids such as the express? easily fact checked as a lie but he wont bother will he?
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02/12/2020 23:26:34 12 3
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Except it's not true! Claimed by numpty politicians and denied by the scientists and regulators who actually did it: they worked to the EU rules.
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RPH
02/12/2020 23:31:18 12 3
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Thank for yourself! Don't just believe everything you read on facebook. Oh, what's the point; you just keep living in your "Britain's are the superior race" fantasy world. The rest of us will try to build a future for your children.
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02/12/2020 23:38:10 13 3
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Both Hancock and Rees Mogg lied today. Now there’s a surprise. We got the vaccine under EU law. How is it that you refuse to accept the FACTS of the matter. The malign influence of our PM maybe.
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02/12/2020 23:48:16 6 4
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We actually used the EU procedures. We decided not to do it properly, because Johnson wanted to get in first. I wonder how many people that will deter from getting vaccinated?
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03/12/2020 00:27:37 1 2
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UK has the most dead. "They" are doing fine
608
03/12/2020 00:41:22 4 1
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Yeah, that's a lie though.
628
03/12/2020 00:56:16 3 0
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You are wrong...educate yourself if you are interested in the truth
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03/12/2020 07:13:17 3 0
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We also performed worse than most EU countries at dealing with the pandemic, so we have a reason to rush a decision, I'm gonna take what ever vaccine the EU approves.
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03/12/2020 07:23:29 4 0
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One of many false claims by the Brexextremists. Note BJ's refusal to answer the question on the subject. We have always had the ability to pass our own medicines on a temporary basis, the UK's getting the vaccine ahead of the world is more likely due to political pressure and nothing to do with Brexit!
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03/12/2020 07:56:52 5 0
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Oh FFS! Look it up, read the facts - the ONLY reason we have the vaccine is BECAUSE of EU law. There are NO new UK laws that enabled that, we are still in the transition period (do you even know what that is/means?!). There is no EU law that prevents members from obtaining emergency medical authorisation for a vaccine from their own health regulators. Stop regurgitating lies and nonsense.
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03/12/2020 08:42:21 1 0
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yes, a German-US vaccine lol, not a British one
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03/12/2020 09:08:49 1 0
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Factually incorrect. We are still bound by EU rules under the transition. This has not been a Brexit Benefit, if there are any?
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03/12/2020 09:09:21 1 1
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The EU has more sense than to rush through vaccine approval to score political points.
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03/12/2020 09:33:52 3 0
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absolute crap. Stop spreading shite.
03/12/2020 10:37:09 0 0
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Evidence?
03/12/2020 11:28:19 0 1
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BS. MHRA already stated they followed EU regs in evaluating the vaccine. We are still in Brino for 28 days.
We need longer, or to get back in.
03/12/2020 11:33:39 0 0
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You believe in Santa,,, were is the vaccine made???
03/12/2020 11:32:05 0 1
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Yes but that is because we have not been doing the same vigorous testing.
03/12/2020 12:03:36 0 0
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Mogg & Hancock telling lies to the gullible. It's not true.
03/12/2020 12:51:40 0 0
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That is completely UNTRUE!!
03/12/2020 13:57:26 0 0
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We had to get it into the country before the Brexit chaos hits the ports on 1 January. That's why it was rushed through.
03/12/2020 22:46:57 0 0
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£4 trillion national debt vs. a vaccine that needs to be kept at -70 degrees C, that is German/US with a UK vaccine available at almost room temperature in a few weeks.

What a victory!
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02/12/2020 22:26:05 17 37
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Kuenssberg with her EU propaganda yet again.
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02/12/2020 22:32:29 2 4
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Laura is probably polishing her favourite phrase “knife edge negotiations”. Think she’s right this time
Sounds like Boris very soon will be delivering a vaccine, Brexit and a trade deal with the EU.

What a lot of fluff is the commentary around all this.
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02/12/2020 22:36:31 22 8
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The vaccine has bugger all to do with Johnson, his oven ready Brexit was a lie and his deal will bear no resemblance to all his bragging.
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02/12/2020 22:37:56 3 1
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And what was Johnson’s contribution to developing a vaccine apart from seeing a passing parade and rushing out in front of it with a flag?
Sounds like Boris is playing with you, or you with yourself Removed
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02/12/2020 22:30:19 187 17
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I think fish and chips would have been more appropriate :)
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02/12/2020 22:33:22 93 8
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Served in newspaper of course.
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02/12/2020 22:41:58 0 3
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Don’t happen anymore
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02/12/2020 23:04:39 2 1
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Arr, nostalgia that should have only happened on the last wrappings of the chips and not the first due to the printers ink. Usually in a paper bag or plain paper wrapping first.
Like the old BR sandwiches, they were just sandwiches available everywhere especially cafes up and down the land without all the pre-pack we know today that M&S brought in during the 1980's.
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03/12/2020 00:00:37 6 3
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like all the lies
738
03/12/2020 08:14:59 8 3
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At last something useful to do with the Mail and the Express.
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03/12/2020 08:47:38 1 1
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Make sure it is the Daily Mail
03/12/2020 10:43:47 1 0
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quality newspaper, of course.
No DM.
03/12/2020 12:30:58 0 0
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The tabloids are too small so has to be the Telegraph!
03/12/2020 16:20:55 0 0
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Much like Brexit then...
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jez
02/12/2020 22:23:31 28 42
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Never never never no deal we want WTO, no surrender to the EU
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02/12/2020 22:33:39 2 2
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Hey Jez. Pick up your tissues on the way out. That desk tidy in your basement is full. There is Thundercats on channel 264. I admit - Paw Patrol - has less tisue distractions. So knock yourself out.
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02/12/2020 22:33:40 12 15
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If they don't end freedom of movement there will be hell to pay.
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02/12/2020 22:33:47 17 30
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Personally, as a remainer I'm looking forward to a no deal, when we crash and burn it will hasten the referendum to rejoin.
Some things simply cannot be.
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02/12/2020 22:40:04 1 3
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what on earth makes you think they'd ever want us back after the last 4 years ?
Well you’re a bit of a tw aat then aren’t you. How can you not want your own country to succeed? You’re a dis grace. Removed
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02/12/2020 22:44:05 3 2
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What a sad comment ?? You must really cheer up the Xmas party!?
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03/12/2020 00:10:32 2 1
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It is an interesting concept. To rejoin the pro eu side would have to come up with any good reason to do so. Part of the reason they lost the referendum was they had not a single good thing they were able to say about the eu. Hence everything was 'project fear' not it's wonderful. There is not a thing attractive to join since it went eu, hence we got no vote over its morphing Maastricht etc.
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02/12/2020 22:30:30 13 5
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Only British pizzas sound abit continental to me. Should’ve have cheese and pickle sandwiches. Let’s hope we get a deal to go with the vaccine ??
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02/12/2020 22:33:48 5 4
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And beer
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02/12/2020 23:27:54 0 2
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And proper grammar
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W1A
02/12/2020 22:26:40 18 26
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Bye bye eu, it would be nice to say it was a pleasure but I can’t lie...
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02/12/2020 22:38:48 10 5
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You think having a clown like Johnson as PM is a pleasure?
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02/12/2020 22:40:30 0 3
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You just did
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02/12/2020 22:34:55 12 16
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Lady Haw Haw with her usual propaganda, at licence payers' expense.
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02/12/2020 22:35:15 42 41
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Brexit is a disaster and will destroy the UK.
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02/12/2020 22:38:08 26 25
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Don’t exaggerate, U.K. will find a way through.
Like no one's ever heard that before.
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02/12/2020 22:44:34 3 2
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Bore off.
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03/12/2020 00:49:55 1 0
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Maybe if people like you put as much effort into getting behind it and trying to make a go of it instead of spouting defeatist vitriol from a keyboard just because the vote didn't go the way you wanted it to, we may just do ok. This from someone who couldn't really care less either way but finds these HYS increasingly tiresome!
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W1A
02/12/2020 22:29:17 16 25
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Time for the rejoiners to pack their bags and move to their beloved eu...
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02/12/2020 22:38:00 11 7
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Bit difficult as the value of the pound will affect anyone planning to move.
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02/12/2020 22:39:24 1 3
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Better than hanging around to go down with the sinking ship!!!
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02/12/2020 22:40:08 3 5
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Yes Brussels will be waiting for them, the rejoiners. Snails for breakfast and a nap at 2pm everyday.
Sounds like Boris very soon will be delivering a vaccine, Brexit and a trade deal with the EU.

What a lot of fluff is the commentary around all this.
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02/12/2020 22:36:31 22 8
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The vaccine has bugger all to do with Johnson, his oven ready Brexit was a lie and his deal will bear no resemblance to all his bragging.
UK government purchased the Pfizer vaccine back in the summer. US too. And Japan.

Apparently the EU were sleeping or something. They're not accountable in the usual democratic way. They left it until November when the clinical trial data came out.
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02/12/2020 22:37:03 49 15
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It was always, and will always be "no deal".... Nearly 5 years wasted....
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03/12/2020 00:01:35 30 20
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You may be right, politically johnson has more to lose making concessions to get a deal done, so a deal does less to keep him in power than no deal.
Yes it will wreck the economy but his all powerful right wing media can help him blame covid-19 and the big bad EU for the future economic hardships.
Besides he can always use N Ireland as a pawn to bring the EU and US back to trade deal talks.
03/12/2020 11:33:29 1 0
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Apart from our entire future.
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02/12/2020 22:33:47 17 30
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Personally, as a remainer I'm looking forward to a no deal, when we crash and burn it will hasten the referendum to rejoin.
Some things simply cannot be.
Sounds like Boris very soon will be delivering a vaccine, Brexit and a trade deal with the EU.

What a lot of fluff is the commentary around all this.
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02/12/2020 22:37:56 3 1
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And what was Johnson’s contribution to developing a vaccine apart from seeing a passing parade and rushing out in front of it with a flag?
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02/12/2020 22:37:59 15 6
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The debate seems to be who's territorial waters the anchovies were caught in for those pizzas.
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02/12/2020 22:39:40 5 4
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I love those little fishes
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02/12/2020 23:16:09 1 1
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I think they were from the Mediterranean
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W1A
02/12/2020 22:29:17 16 25
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Time for the rejoiners to pack their bags and move to their beloved eu...
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02/12/2020 22:38:00 11 7
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Bit difficult as the value of the pound will affect anyone planning to move.
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02/12/2020 22:39:56 3 5
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Go quickly then!
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02/12/2020 23:57:51 0 1
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Serve them right, lol. Their own fault for considering it acceptable ever to move to other people's countries.
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02/12/2020 22:35:15 42 41
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Brexit is a disaster and will destroy the UK.
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02/12/2020 22:38:08 26 25
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Don’t exaggerate, U.K. will find a way through.
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02/12/2020 22:40:16 5 6
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the rUK, you mean. Scotland and NI will be off soon, maybe followed by Wales.
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02/12/2020 22:49:56 2 2
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Do you think that if Scotland was allowed another independence vote, there would still be a UK?
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Jon
02/12/2020 22:38:10 11 6
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I appreciate it's a minor point but can anyone associated with this government wear a mask or socially distance correctly? Hopefully they're at least washing their hands to hit one of their own "Hands, Face, Space" slogan.
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W1A
02/12/2020 22:26:40 18 26
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Bye bye eu, it would be nice to say it was a pleasure but I can’t lie...
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02/12/2020 22:38:48 10 5
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You think having a clown like Johnson as PM is a pleasure?
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02/12/2020 22:35:15 42 41
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Brexit is a disaster and will destroy the UK.
Like no one's ever heard that before.
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02/12/2020 22:39:12 2 2
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Should’ve been:

UK team cod & chips

EU team langoustine & scallops

Showing the real “value” of fishing to the UK population.
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02/12/2020 22:44:38 5 7
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Would that be the scallops stolen from UK fishing grounds?
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02/12/2020 22:39:20 16 22
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The EU’s negotiating stance has always been screw the UK for as much as you can. They are NOT our friends at all.

BBC fact check on the UK getting the vaccine before the UK is untrue. BBC bias and lies in action, they’re a joke.

Defund the bbc.

We’ll get the vaccine first because we’ve left the EU abs can work at speed. Fact. EU policy on vaccine will kill people.

I really loathe remoaners.
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02/12/2020 22:41:40 7 9
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Wrong!
67
02/12/2020 22:42:34 2 4
bbc
Have a nice lie down and put teddy back in the pram
75
02/12/2020 22:43:24 3 3
bbc
So do I.
78
02/12/2020 22:44:09 6 4
bbc
I loathe idiots who use the term Remoaners.
86
02/12/2020 22:45:04 5 4
bbc
If you check the full-fact article on whether the EU would have stopped us getting clearance, you'd find Matt Handjob and Lord Snooty were, as usual, lying to you. But you lap it up anyway because you lerve them body and soul........
94
02/12/2020 22:46:22 3 2
bbc
I would hate to work with someone like you. You really seem unpleasant to people.
30
W1A
02/12/2020 22:29:17 16 25
bbc
Time for the rejoiners to pack their bags and move to their beloved eu...
43
02/12/2020 22:39:24 1 3
bbc
Better than hanging around to go down with the sinking ship!!!
44
02/12/2020 22:39:28 72 61
bbc
W1A. “Time for the rejoiners to pack their bags and move to their beloved eu...”

Nah. We’ve got a job to do. Remind you Brexiters of the damage you’ve done to this nation, day after day, until the next generation reverses this stupidity & rejoins. You’re welcome! ??
68
02/12/2020 22:42:34 35 32
bbc
EU survive a generation? What on earth are you on?
76
02/12/2020 22:43:48 6 15
bbc
Lol, as if you lefty remainers have jobs.
127
02/12/2020 22:52:26 7 6
bbc
rejoins with the euro compulsory - no way ever
155
02/12/2020 23:00:11 8 10
bbc
If only we hadn't had 4 years of refusniks blighting the attempts for exit, this would have been sensibly over by now.

And whatever the EU looks like in a generation, it will not be the utopian paradise you think it will be. I wonder if the shenanigans they employ to overcome the Polish and Hungarian veto will be met with shrill cries of 'Breaking international law'
379
02/12/2020 23:41:05 1 1
bbc
Thought not....
45
fos
02/12/2020 22:39:36 64 16
bbc
It’s time to just let the two sides reach an agreement I for one am absolutely sick and tired of the endless speculation and lies.We as a nation voted leave (although I didn’t) so let’s just leave the government to do it. I can’t for the life of me see how the endless speculations lies and misinformation can possibly be appropriate unless of coarse you subscribe to the Trump model of politics
63
02/12/2020 22:42:00 60 35
bbc
It's this government that subscribes to the Trump model of politics.
942
03/12/2020 09:34:16 1 0
bbc
I think we are all sick and tired of this and I speak as a leaver. We need to finish this, so we can all move on.
03/12/2020 11:24:11 0 0
bbc
No, worse, the Johnson version.
35
02/12/2020 22:37:59 15 6
bbc
The debate seems to be who's territorial waters the anchovies were caught in for those pizzas.
46
02/12/2020 22:39:40 5 4
bbc
I love those little fishes
36
02/12/2020 22:38:00 11 7
bbc
Bit difficult as the value of the pound will affect anyone planning to move.
47
02/12/2020 22:39:56 3 5
bbc
Go quickly then!
91
02/12/2020 22:46:05 0 2
bbc
I plan to, when the pound is value v euro. You obviously don't give a toss about ex pat's relying on their state pension to live.
25
02/12/2020 22:33:47 17 30
bbc
Personally, as a remainer I'm looking forward to a no deal, when we crash and burn it will hasten the referendum to rejoin.
48
02/12/2020 22:40:04 1 3
bbc
what on earth makes you think they'd ever want us back after the last 4 years ?
30
W1A
02/12/2020 22:29:17 16 25
bbc
Time for the rejoiners to pack their bags and move to their beloved eu...
49
02/12/2020 22:40:08 3 5
bbc
Yes Brussels will be waiting for them, the rejoiners. Snails for breakfast and a nap at 2pm everyday.
88
02/12/2020 22:45:33 1 4
bbc
And highest covid death rate in Europe too!
37
02/12/2020 22:38:08 26 25
bbc
Don’t exaggerate, U.K. will find a way through.
50
02/12/2020 22:40:16 5 6
bbc
the rUK, you mean. Scotland and NI will be off soon, maybe followed by Wales.
Unlikely.
135
02/12/2020 22:45:33 0 1
bbc
Let’s hope so or at least an England referendum on Scottish independence.
27
W1A
02/12/2020 22:26:40 18 26
bbc
Bye bye eu, it would be nice to say it was a pleasure but I can’t lie...
51
02/12/2020 22:40:30 0 3
bbc
You just did
52
02/12/2020 22:40:31 21 20
bbc
Now or never

This is going to drag on for years yet

BREXIT has already failed to deliver on every front

The inevitable surrender on fishing is the final nail in the coffin of failure :0)
103
02/12/2020 22:48:56 11 3
bbc
Just remind everyone what happened to your party at the last General Election when you majored on a second Referendum? Please be honest and tell it as it happened and how many MPs you were left with and furthermore while you are pondering this what joker now leads your party?
53
02/12/2020 22:40:49 88 22
bbc
It's now or never, absolute pathetic headlines even if the deal isn't done before the 31st December. They can still do one later !
744
03/12/2020 08:19:12 61 70
bbc
Quite, for as long as they continue to negotiate they can continue with tariff free trade under WTO rules.

The EU just wants its influence over us and its money.
rne
03/12/2020 10:45:29 6 1
bbc
Yes, eventually we will have a change of Government that will allow us to get back to a rational and mutually beneficial relationship with the EU. However. a 'no-deal' Brexit would be like manna from heaven for the SNP who want to rip Britain apart. Strange, that Brexiteers who claim to be such 'true patriots' will risk the long-term future of the UK for their little Englander beliefs.
03/12/2020 13:23:23 0 0
bbc
Yes but in the interim, (2-3 years?) the UK must trade under WTO rules, which will NOT be a good thing, despite the protestations of the Express, Sun, Telegraph and Mail readers.
54
02/12/2020 22:41:02 14 21
bbc
What price freedom? Let's just get the referendum result implemented and move on as a free and independent nation.
121
Jo
02/12/2020 22:51:05 0 3
bbc
Freedom can be negative- epecially if you are no longer a member of a gang who will still control you
55
02/12/2020 22:41:06 23 23
bbc
Not long now until we rejoin then.
71
02/12/2020 22:43:11 11 16
bbc
Yeah, about 40-never years.
282
02/12/2020 23:26:01 0 1
bbc
Yep, with so many potential splits within the bloc it looks like someone will have to rejoin them.
56
TV
02/12/2020 22:41:10 44 20
bbc
Who cares anymore, the sun will still rise and set. Birds are still singing, will until the landed gentry shoot the few that are left, lol.
70
02/12/2020 22:43:04 15 8
bbc
And we all have to take a dump.
598
03/12/2020 00:33:45 0 1
bbc
The reason that there are few left is because of the trigger happy murderers on Malta, Sicily, Greece, France and Italy. https://www.express.co.uk/news/nature/599738/Map-Bird-killings-Europe-North-Africa-Robins
837
03/12/2020 09:12:04 2 0
bbc
Sun ain't shining here. Its hissing down.
57
02/12/2020 22:41:13 9 11
bbc
Please walk away EU. I wouldn't trust a tory government. They're already reneging on the last agreement. Best for everyone.
275
02/12/2020 23:24:22 0 1
bbc
Your suggestion would appeal to diehards both sides of the argument.
58
02/12/2020 22:41:18 3 6
bbc
Will The European Union be here in ten or twenty years?
I hope so, because if it does crash and burn, the fallout will be massive.
We will be insulated to some degree of course, as a third country we won't be 'on the hook' for bailout payments.
126
02/12/2020 22:52:09 0 5
bbc
1. Yes it will be the major pact for trade
2. As a third world country we won’t be asked for pennies
145
02/12/2020 22:55:23 0 1
bbc
"Will The European Union be here in ten or twenty years?" Maybe not in the political hooliganism we dreams of brexit supporters. But in normal reality, yes of course it will be there. The UK itself however is at risk of breaking up. Which I wholeheartedly support: it's time to get rid of that last remnant of Empire. Time's up.
59
02/12/2020 22:41:30 31 30
bbc
W1A. “Bye bye eu, it would be nice to say it was a pleasure but I can’t lie...”

I beg to differ. You Brexiters have taken lying to a whole new level! ??
Now be honest. The Remain campaign had a few whoppers themselves. Go on, just between us ;)
136
02/12/2020 22:53:24 3 1
bbc
"TommyAtkins3114" aka KGB_Operative83837
60
02/12/2020 22:41:36 2 1
bbc
After more than four years we reach a critical moment, says much about the calibre of politicians and public officials on both sides, not so much who blinks first as who imitates a Norwegian parrot first.
81
02/12/2020 22:44:26 0 1
bbc
Slowly slowly chatchy monkey. Both sides view it the same way of course.
42
02/12/2020 22:39:20 16 22
bbc
The EU’s negotiating stance has always been screw the UK for as much as you can. They are NOT our friends at all.

BBC fact check on the UK getting the vaccine before the UK is untrue. BBC bias and lies in action, they’re a joke.

Defund the bbc.

We’ll get the vaccine first because we’ve left the EU abs can work at speed. Fact. EU policy on vaccine will kill people.

I really loathe remoaners.
61
02/12/2020 22:41:40 7 9
bbc
Wrong!
22
02/12/2020 22:33:22 93 8
bbc
Served in newspaper of course.
62
02/12/2020 22:41:58 0 3
bbc
Don’t happen anymore
45
fos
02/12/2020 22:39:36 64 16
bbc
It’s time to just let the two sides reach an agreement I for one am absolutely sick and tired of the endless speculation and lies.We as a nation voted leave (although I didn’t) so let’s just leave the government to do it. I can’t for the life of me see how the endless speculations lies and misinformation can possibly be appropriate unless of coarse you subscribe to the Trump model of politics
63
02/12/2020 22:42:00 60 35
bbc
It's this government that subscribes to the Trump model of politics.
861
03/12/2020 09:18:55 1 0
bbc
In what way if you please?
944
03/12/2020 09:34:33 1 1
bbc
You mean its popular?
DHN
03/12/2020 13:36:37 0 0
bbc
That’s not a bad thing.
25
02/12/2020 22:33:47 17 30
bbc
Personally, as a remainer I'm looking forward to a no deal, when we crash and burn it will hasten the referendum to rejoin.
Well you’re a bit of a tw aat then aren’t you. How can you not want your own country to succeed? You’re a dis grace. Removed
226
02/12/2020 23:14:23 2 3
bbc
Kids and grandkids already moved overseas years ago. Me too old to care. Just hope it’s a real stinker, so the younger generation treat all leavers with the disdain they deserve. Even better if it’s their own grandparents...

Keeping the grudge alive !
19
02/12/2020 22:32:08 120 243
bbc
Leaving the EU has got us a vaccine one month ahead of the EU. They are still waiting for PPE.
65
02/12/2020 22:42:19 85 10
bbc
‘But the idea that Brexit enabled the UK to press ahead and authorise one is not right.
It was actually permitted under EU law, a point made by the head of the UK's medicines regulator on Wednesday.‘ BBC news report on Brexit and the vaccine.

Read the facts, not Jacob Rees-Mogg’s fake news stream on Twitter.
591
03/12/2020 00:28:59 0 3
bbc
they're really annoyed that we've cleared it for use.why is that?
19
02/12/2020 22:32:08 120 243
bbc
Leaving the EU has got us a vaccine one month ahead of the EU. They are still waiting for PPE.
66
02/12/2020 22:42:27 53 6
bbc
Oh no it didn’t
181
02/12/2020 23:06:59 1 2
bbc
Oh... I'm not rising the the bait.
42
02/12/2020 22:39:20 16 22
bbc
The EU’s negotiating stance has always been screw the UK for as much as you can. They are NOT our friends at all.

BBC fact check on the UK getting the vaccine before the UK is untrue. BBC bias and lies in action, they’re a joke.

Defund the bbc.

We’ll get the vaccine first because we’ve left the EU abs can work at speed. Fact. EU policy on vaccine will kill people.

I really loathe remoaners.
67
02/12/2020 22:42:34 2 4
bbc
Have a nice lie down and put teddy back in the pram
44
02/12/2020 22:39:28 72 61
bbc
W1A. “Time for the rejoiners to pack their bags and move to their beloved eu...”

Nah. We’ve got a job to do. Remind you Brexiters of the damage you’ve done to this nation, day after day, until the next generation reverses this stupidity & rejoins. You’re welcome! ??
68
02/12/2020 22:42:34 35 32
bbc
EU survive a generation? What on earth are you on?
17
Bob
02/12/2020 22:30:41 49 20
bbc
I really hope at least something can be salvaged from this mess.
69
02/12/2020 22:42:55 73 72
bbc
Alas , the Conservatives are the ones in charge , so it will be a cock up.
590
03/12/2020 00:28:58 4 1
bbc
I thought we'd all agreed on 'An Eton mess'!
604
03/12/2020 00:38:56 4 8
bbc
Not as big as the cock up the Labour party would have given us. Without putting the public finances back together after Labour left the UK with a massive deficit in 2010 (due to poor spending decisions and lack of running a surplus when they could have) we would not have had the ability to have supported the economy during Covid. Boris WILL make a success of Brexit which sticks in your craw.
619
03/12/2020 00:49:36 4 6
bbc
Be eternally grateful that no matter how bad Boris & Co appear to be, that having Kneeler or Corbyn, Abbot and the rest of the loony left in power would have been the end of the UK
874
03/12/2020 09:22:04 0 0
bbc
What are the advantages of a Labour cock up as compared with a Tory cock up?
03/12/2020 20:51:36 0 0
bbc
I don't see Labor putting much else forward than "lets have another vote" and putting forward a guy who wanted to blow up the debt
56
TV
02/12/2020 22:41:10 44 20
bbc
Who cares anymore, the sun will still rise and set. Birds are still singing, will until the landed gentry shoot the few that are left, lol.
70
02/12/2020 22:43:04 15 8
bbc
And we all have to take a dump.
55
02/12/2020 22:41:06 23 23
bbc
Not long now until we rejoin then.
71
02/12/2020 22:43:11 11 16
bbc
Yeah, about 40-never years.
12
02/12/2020 22:30:19 187 17
bbc
I think fish and chips would have been more appropriate :)
72
02/12/2020 22:43:15 5 9
bbc
Fish and chips? Only if British fish is used! None of that rubbish french fish ??. If we don’t get a deal the french have had their chips anyway ??
156
02/12/2020 23:00:24 4 2
bbc
French fries surely
03/12/2020 09:57:35 2 1
bbc
You know we dont eat the fish that live off our coasts right?
03/12/2020 10:44:56 3 1
bbc
What British fish, we import cod?
73
02/12/2020 22:43:23 14 12
bbc
Brexit vaccine success.? More brexit BS !!!
Why not call it the spirit of Brexit. Since forgoing the EU vaccine program was the reason people in the UK will be getting vaccinated next week. That's something the BBC simply will not concede. Regardless the facts.
98
02/12/2020 22:47:35 1 2
bbc
Yep. Mostly approved using EU regulations not UK standards.
31
02/12/2020 22:36:31 22 8
bbc
The vaccine has bugger all to do with Johnson, his oven ready Brexit was a lie and his deal will bear no resemblance to all his bragging.
UK government purchased the Pfizer vaccine back in the summer. US too. And Japan.

Apparently the EU were sleeping or something. They're not accountable in the usual democratic way. They left it until November when the clinical trial data came out.
Wrong yet again. The vaccine did not exist in the Summer. What a twit you are. Removed
42
02/12/2020 22:39:20 16 22
bbc
The EU’s negotiating stance has always been screw the UK for as much as you can. They are NOT our friends at all.

BBC fact check on the UK getting the vaccine before the UK is untrue. BBC bias and lies in action, they’re a joke.

Defund the bbc.

We’ll get the vaccine first because we’ve left the EU abs can work at speed. Fact. EU policy on vaccine will kill people.

I really loathe remoaners.
75
02/12/2020 22:43:24 3 3
bbc
So do I.
44
02/12/2020 22:39:28 72 61
bbc
W1A. “Time for the rejoiners to pack their bags and move to their beloved eu...”

Nah. We’ve got a job to do. Remind you Brexiters of the damage you’ve done to this nation, day after day, until the next generation reverses this stupidity & rejoins. You’re welcome! ??
76
02/12/2020 22:43:48 6 15
bbc
Lol, as if you lefty remainers have jobs.
201
02/12/2020 23:10:52 8 7
bbc
as if? statistically we are better educated and earn more than you do.

you're welcome...
25
02/12/2020 22:33:47 17 30
bbc
Personally, as a remainer I'm looking forward to a no deal, when we crash and burn it will hasten the referendum to rejoin.
77
02/12/2020 22:44:05 3 2
bbc
What a sad comment ?? You must really cheer up the Xmas party!?
42
02/12/2020 22:39:20 16 22
bbc
The EU’s negotiating stance has always been screw the UK for as much as you can. They are NOT our friends at all.

BBC fact check on the UK getting the vaccine before the UK is untrue. BBC bias and lies in action, they’re a joke.

Defund the bbc.

We’ll get the vaccine first because we’ve left the EU abs can work at speed. Fact. EU policy on vaccine will kill people.

I really loathe remoaners.
78
02/12/2020 22:44:09 6 4
bbc
I loathe idiots who use the term Remoaners.
274
02/12/2020 23:24:11 0 5
bbc
That’s because you’re a remoaner.
19
02/12/2020 22:32:08 120 243
bbc
Leaving the EU has got us a vaccine one month ahead of the EU. They are still waiting for PPE.
79
JP
02/12/2020 22:44:24 65 7
bbc
Really?! Firstly, the vaccine is German/EU made. UK approval wasn't due to Brexit. You should stop believing the rubbish everything that comes out of UK gov.
80
02/12/2020 22:44:25 0 2
bbc
Interesting,for want of a better word,to see how they are going to "finesse the fish"-as there is no weaselling-out of the positions of "we want the same access"and"we want our waters back,period"-who is more likely to take the fall, Johnson,or Macron?
03/12/2020 10:22:04 0 0
bbc
The only ones to benefit from a No Deal will be the fish themselves
60
02/12/2020 22:41:36 2 1
bbc
After more than four years we reach a critical moment, says much about the calibre of politicians and public officials on both sides, not so much who blinks first as who imitates a Norwegian parrot first.
81
02/12/2020 22:44:26 0 1
bbc
Slowly slowly chatchy monkey. Both sides view it the same way of course.
29
02/12/2020 22:35:15 42 41
bbc
Brexit is a disaster and will destroy the UK.
82
02/12/2020 22:44:34 3 2
bbc
Bore off.
50
02/12/2020 22:40:16 5 6
bbc
the rUK, you mean. Scotland and NI will be off soon, maybe followed by Wales.
Unlikely.
41
02/12/2020 22:39:12 2 2
bbc
Should’ve been:

UK team cod & chips

EU team langoustine & scallops

Showing the real “value” of fishing to the UK population.
84
02/12/2020 22:44:38 5 7
bbc
Would that be the scallops stolen from UK fishing grounds?
119
02/12/2020 22:50:49 3 1
bbc
Or cod from outside UK waters ...?
419
02/12/2020 23:47:46 0 1
bbc
You mean the ones we sold them, along with the licences and quatas?
19
02/12/2020 22:32:08 120 243
bbc
Leaving the EU has got us a vaccine one month ahead of the EU. They are still waiting for PPE.
85
02/12/2020 22:44:43 58 9
bbc
Wrong on both counts. You must be a Brexiteer. How did I guess ???
158
02/12/2020 23:00:51 10 2
bbc
Thick??
582
03/12/2020 00:25:24 0 3
bbc
because you are really intelligent
42
02/12/2020 22:39:20 16 22
bbc
The EU’s negotiating stance has always been screw the UK for as much as you can. They are NOT our friends at all.

BBC fact check on the UK getting the vaccine before the UK is untrue. BBC bias and lies in action, they’re a joke.

Defund the bbc.

We’ll get the vaccine first because we’ve left the EU abs can work at speed. Fact. EU policy on vaccine will kill people.

I really loathe remoaners.
86
02/12/2020 22:45:04 5 4
bbc
If you check the full-fact article on whether the EU would have stopped us getting clearance, you'd find Matt Handjob and Lord Snooty were, as usual, lying to you. But you lap it up anyway because you lerve them body and soul........
87
02/12/2020 22:45:05 10 3
bbc
So they've ordered Italian? Shows you who wears trousers in this relationship ;-)
124
02/12/2020 22:51:59 1 1
bbc
One side is having steak, the other dodgy pizza.
49
02/12/2020 22:40:08 3 5
bbc
Yes Brussels will be waiting for them, the rejoiners. Snails for breakfast and a nap at 2pm everyday.
88
02/12/2020 22:45:33 1 4
bbc
And highest covid death rate in Europe too!
89
02/12/2020 22:45:41 3 6
bbc
All these folk prattling on about it only being 0.1% of GDP....
Thats not the point.... It's the value of OUR fishing grounds to the EU... 90% of the fish caught here are landed overseas..... They're desperate to keep it that way... So it's all down to what they concede to US for the privilege of working our waters..
3
02/12/2020 22:26:05 49 21
bbc
should have spiked there Pizzas with EX LAX might have speeded things up a bit
90
02/12/2020 22:45:49 28 16
bbc
Can't spell
399
02/12/2020 23:44:15 2 4
bbc
sneery parrot
649
03/12/2020 01:29:00 1 2
bbc
And this from the person who earlier commented 'Dun up like a kipper.'
695
03/12/2020 07:24:30 0 1
bbc
You're a pathetic, small minded creature. I bet you're an English teacher!
03/12/2020 11:35:37 0 0
bbc
he can, just the wrong words.
47
02/12/2020 22:39:56 3 5
bbc
Go quickly then!
91
02/12/2020 22:46:05 0 2
bbc
I plan to, when the pound is value v euro. You obviously don't give a toss about ex pat's relying on their state pension to live.
491
03/12/2020 00:00:37 0 1
bbc
No not at all. No place being migrants for a 'better life' even when calling themselves 'ex pats'.
92
02/12/2020 22:46:11 6 7
bbc
Didn't Merkle say something similar recently, that we seem to want a lot of freedom...?
I don't like the EU's mentality at all or the fact they don't publish all the figures they should, for transparency and accountability reasons.
101
02/12/2020 22:48:42 4 1
bbc
Oh and our government do?
93
02/12/2020 22:46:14 2 2
bbc
Labour should abstain. This is a Tory show and it should be so until the end. If they vote with the government, they become responsible for a bad deal. If they vote against, they become responsible for the chaos caused by no deal.
116
02/12/2020 22:50:37 0 0
bbc
I feel the should have a weak congratulation on getting his oven ready deal at the last second, hope it isn’t ruined and announce they won’t vote it down, but won’t support it. Let Johnson own it.
118
02/12/2020 22:50:42 0 0
bbc
Maybe they should just go home.
317
02/12/2020 23:29:28 0 0
bbc
Have'nt Labour got rid of that bl**dy fence yet
42
02/12/2020 22:39:20 16 22
bbc
The EU’s negotiating stance has always been screw the UK for as much as you can. They are NOT our friends at all.

BBC fact check on the UK getting the vaccine before the UK is untrue. BBC bias and lies in action, they’re a joke.

Defund the bbc.

We’ll get the vaccine first because we’ve left the EU abs can work at speed. Fact. EU policy on vaccine will kill people.

I really loathe remoaners.
94
02/12/2020 22:46:22 3 2
bbc
I would hate to work with someone like you. You really seem unpleasant to people.
315
02/12/2020 23:29:14 0 2
bbc
I’m actually a really good laugh and we’d probably have a lot of fun. Our opinions might differ, but if you’re nice, then you’re nice. Easy to get along. It’s just here on HYS you get strong opinions. I’d say the same that I’ve said to your face, but we’d still have a laugh. Life is too short to harbour hatred, though I admit loathe is a strong word. Hope you have a lovely day tomorrow!
95
02/12/2020 22:46:54 17 16
bbc
Why on earth did you Remoaners even bother to vote in the EU referendum if you had absolutely no intentions whatsoever of accepting & respecting the result?

Only Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have more contempt for democracy
They took part in bad faith and spent 4 years being indignant about it.
107
02/12/2020 22:49:33 6 2
bbc
Why did you vote if you didn’t understand what the question meant, and then you sold your country down the river in an act of treason for the Russian state, to make the rich richer and less accountable?
108
02/12/2020 22:49:36 2 4
bbc
Donald and Vlad have a little more respect for democracy.
114
02/12/2020 22:50:29 5 0
bbc
Perhaps if Johnson and Gove hadn't spun lies about the benefits of leaving things would be different. Or if Russia interference was investigated (as it should be). You then taken in by Johnsons oven ready lie, I guess you just like being lied to.
120
02/12/2020 22:50:52 2 1
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Welcome to democracy loser.
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02/12/2020 22:53:51 5 0
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We never agreed with having a referendum in the first place. It was obvious it was a gamble on David Cameron's part relating to his unruly party.
There was also foreign interference - & crucially money - that produced the Leave vote.
Above all, leaving the EU is simply stupid.
Nothing will ever change that.
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02/12/2020 22:54:33 1 0
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Well their supporters paid for your illegal 'win'
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02/12/2020 22:54:52 2 0
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When it goes sideways I’ll be blaming you. Me, hold a grudge ? You betcha....
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02/12/2020 22:57:09 2 0
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The Putin & Trump who backed brexit, and said what a good idea it was?...Those lying despots?...Really?
Wow! Some brexits, who's inability to remember, just keep on giving!
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02/12/2020 23:02:23 1 1
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hear hear
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02/12/2020 23:46:14 0 1
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Err... I think the result is being enacted as we speak. The vote was just the beginning of the process, and it was and remains wrong!! A self absorbed piece of self harm, with half the voters (not the country) cutting of their nose to spite their face. if your co-driver tries to drive you off a cliff you try to stop him. I don't car if the passengers have voted by a slim majority to do so.
Sounds like Boris very soon will be delivering a vaccine, Brexit and a trade deal with the EU.

What a lot of fluff is the commentary around all this.
Sounds like Boris is playing with you, or you with yourself Removed
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02/12/2020 22:43:23 14 12
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Brexit vaccine success.? More brexit BS !!!
Why not call it the spirit of Brexit. Since forgoing the EU vaccine program was the reason people in the UK will be getting vaccinated next week. That's something the BBC simply will not concede. Regardless the facts.
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02/12/2020 22:51:37 2 4
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If it wasn't for the Turkish-German scientist who founded the pharmaceutical company that developed this vaccine then... you'd not be vaccinated at all anyway
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02/12/2020 22:43:23 14 12
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Brexit vaccine success.? More brexit BS !!!
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02/12/2020 22:47:35 1 2
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Yep. Mostly approved using EU regulations not UK standards.
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02/12/2020 22:48:22 90 30
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Mr Blue. “All these folk prattling on about it only being 0.1% of GDP....
Thats not the point.... It's the value of OUR fishing grounds to the EU... 90% of the fish caught here are landed overseas..... They're desperate to keep it that way... So it's all down to what they concede to US for the privilege of working our waters.”

How do you account for the over 50% of ENG quota sold to EU trawlers?
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02/12/2020 22:52:30 61 20
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They have licences to fish here. The deal will not change that. They can still use those licences to fish.
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02/12/2020 23:37:32 14 4
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And who is to blame? We are. We sold our quotas to Europe. We ran away and hid (just as we are doing now) when fishing became too tough for politicians to support. Never forget this.
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02/12/2020 23:56:05 10 6
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Because refusing to budge on fishing rights puts the financial services, car industry & countless others at risk, as well as turning Kent into a glorified car park & requiring a border across the Irish Sea. The jobs at risk, the additional costs dwarf the value of the UK fishing industry massively. Most of the EU doesn't care a hoot about the issue & won't concede anything just to fish here
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03/12/2020 00:09:06 9 4
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Trouble is British people don't eat much fish so fisherman 70% dependant on EU market. If we block EU trawlers we won't be able to sell fish. The EU will switch to Norway.
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03/12/2020 00:50:07 5 13
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Most of our catch exported to EU. Without a deal that Market closed
I’m looking forward to No Deal and Fishing Communities in U.K. being destroyed financially. Serves them right for voting leave and contributing to the ruin of the U.K. will jump for joy when Nissan workers made redundant also. The more pain leave voting communities suffer the better
03/12/2020 09:49:54 0 0
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Easy! G...R...E...E...D!!!
03/12/2020 11:15:40 2 0
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laziness and inefficiency by fishermen then, coupled with overfishing by our fishermen; no long term investment, and lack of a broad maket by the UK population.
We eat little other than cod, hake, haddock, plaice; almost everything else was either thrown back, or exported. Most people in the UK have never even heard of the best fish we have here.
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02/12/2020 22:48:39 8 9
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UK was able to check in out vaccine quickly. EU scientists equally capable but Eurocrats have to debate for weeks before they can accept the science.

Be dynamic or be a dinosaur.
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02/12/2020 22:50:37 4 3
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What a lot of tripe you peddle.