SJ wrote: ↑
Sat Nov 09, 2019 9:03 am
Caboosegg wrote: ↑
Fri Nov 08, 2019 11:44 pm
medlocke wrote: ↑
Fri Nov 08, 2019 9:28 pm
More Labour MPs Back Boris As Corbyn Lies To Pensioners
It's all going wrong Uncle Ted
All good fun!
Any links or is this just in the mail/sun?
Any links you enquire whilst issuing your own link to a speculative Twitter account viz. a self confessed presumption. ..... You persist in continuing to "flog a dead horse" to wit:-Jeremy". When. Are you going to see the light. Both him and his cohort Abbot are an embarrassment
everything I have posted has come from BBC articles or another news agency, I asked for links so I can read the article as i can't really make a comment about something i haven't seen or even looked at.
I'm aware that it is difficult for brexiters to admit they are wrong so it is flogging a dead horse, or as the saying goes you can lead a horse to water.
I agree about Abbott though, she cause so much damage you'd think she was a conservative plant and i have never been a Corbyn fan, while i agree with him that certain areas needs to be nationalized to prevent them being profit driven i don't think its realistic view to say it can all be done.
i read articles and facts posted by both side on here and other forums, and when wrong in my views i would happily admit it.
we haven't even achieved Brexit yet and some of the points raised by leavers have already been debunked….
my favorite is still "to gain back our sovereignty"... then the white paper came out :
“taking control of our own laws”, the White Paper states: “The sovereignty of Parliament is a fundamental principle of the UK constitution. Whilst Parliament has remained sovereign throughout our membership of the EU, it has not always felt like that.”
I voted remain for very simple reason SJ, I believe being in the EU gives me kids a better future. nothing about leaving the EU suggests we will be better off. this isn't like 30 years ago, the uk doesn't have a manufacturing industry to support itself and our main export is Services, something that isn't covered in the WTO rules by the way.
if you believe I'm flogging a dead horse they so be it, however if the shoe was on the other foot and the split was the same would leavers accept it?
Don't kid yourself into believing yes, key figures in the leave campaign have made a career out of trying to leave and just look at Scotland, the SNP lost and still won't let it go.
RL's biggest issue is the constant negativity of its own fans.
support verb [ (ENCOURAGE)
"to agree with and give encouragement to someone or something because you want him, her, or it to succeed"