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5 Silas Frøkner
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That’s not the thing being debated here tho is it?

Boris Lied. Boris Said that a Regulation regarding the shipment of kippers was “inflicted” upon the UK by the EU when the truth is that the standards in question are UK standards.

That’s before you get to the second element of this not in Suedeys post, the example he was giving was relating to a company on the IoM which applies neither the UK or the EU law because it’s not actually in either of them!!!! And then the third and final thing is that even if it was an EU rule, anyone wanting to export to the EU post-Brexit would still have to comply as good imported for free circulation within the single market have to meet the minimum standards set by the EU. It’s why the nasty meat products from the US aren’t sold anywhere in the EU. They fail to meet basic food standards
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they're girls - and cousins too!!
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The last 3 years has just shown that England is a nation with a larger proportion of gullibles & masochists than previously imagined just desperate for someone, anyone, especially someone who sounds powerful and who is white and pompous to tell them what to do.

Authoritarianism...they seem to love it. Even when they're at the bottom! The mind just boggles.
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David Davis is in talks with Boris Johnson over a Cabinet comeback, The Daily Telegraph can reveal.

The former Brexit secretary is understood to be in line for either Chancellor or Foreign Secretary after telling Mr Johnson he would not settle for a lesser Cabinet role. The Telegraph understands the pair have been in contact in recent days.
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QUOTE(Trump2020 @ Jul 19 2019, 10:21 PM) *
David Davis is in talks with Boris Johnson over a Cabinet comeback, The Daily Telegraph can reveal.

The former Brexit secretary is understood to be in line for either Chancellor or Foreign Secretary after telling Mr Johnson he would not settle for a lesser Cabinet role. The Telegraph understands the pair have been in contact in recent days.

Yes, but it is likely that the number of people Johnson has promised the Foreign Office of Number 11 is significantly greater than two. By this time next week, there will probably be a lot of Tory MPs who feel let down by the fat, lying blond thing.
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QUOTE(Suedehead2 @ Jul 19 2019, 10:24 PM) *
Yes, but it is likely that the number of people Johnson has promised the Foreign Office of Number 11 is significantly greater than two. By this time next week, there will probably be a lot of Tory MPs who feel let down by the fat, lying blond thing.



You certainly don't like him do you? sad.gif
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From The Telegraph:

Mr Davis, 70, who was the first leaver to quit the government last summer in protest at Theresa May’s Chequers deal, has emerged as a late contender for one of the top jobs in the new administration being assembled this weekend in the hope Mr Johnson will be announced as the next Prime Minister on Tuesday.

The former Brexit secretary is understood to be in line for either Chancellor or Foreign Secretary after telling Mr Johnson he would not settle for a lesser Cabinet role. The Telegraph understands the pair have been in contact in recent days.

Home Secretary Sajid Javid had been regarded as the front-runner for the top Treasury job but insiders say the remainer “has not done enough” to support Mr Johnson’s campaign. There is also rising speculation around a ‘dream team’ appointment of Health Secretary Matt Hancock as Chancellor, with leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg as his sidekick in the role of Chief Secretary to the Treasury.

Jeremy Hunt, the Foreign Secretary, is expected to be badly defeated by Mr Johnson when the result of the Conservative leadership election is announced in three day’s time. Mr Hunt is expected to stay in the Cabinet but might lose his plum Foreign Office job. He had been tipped for deputy Prime Minister but Brexiteers are pushing for former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith to take on that role.


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Does it matter which of them takes which job? They're all the same model with different faces - rich, wrinkly, heartless and selfish to the point of no return, and pompous and lazy to boot.

Kick them all out or cut their wages down to nothing please. They don't do jack shit but make people miserable.
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Wow! What could go wrong - promoting all the morons to the top jobs. Those who insisted a Brexit would be the easiest deal in history - and then failed to provide it, and all bailed out so they can prove it was the hardest trade deal in history (due to them being thick as two planks, and lying reality-deniers). Dumbing down, to the dumbest motherloving dumb motherlovers who constantly prove how dumb the lying two-faced hypocrites are. I mean, you'd have to be dumb to believe a word the dumb lying fools say.

Just when I think the Tory Party couldn't sink any lower they see it as a challenge to prove me wrong, and lower the bar until only a slithering snake could possibly get under the bar - and even then it would have to be a snake that hadn't eaten for a year and had it's eyes removed so it had no idea of what was ahead, and undergone a lobotomy so it couldn't understand a thing about what or why it was doing what it was doing.

The 2020's will make the austerity 2010's look like the good old days at this rate, bar a general election that wipes the Tory Party from the face of the political planet.

Still, have a nice day everyone!

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QUOTE(Trump2020 @ Jul 19 2019, 10:25 PM) *
You certainly don't like him do you? sad.gif

I don't like liars. I certainly don't like people who lie to further their own career. I like them even less when I know that their decisions, having lied their way to the top, will affect my life. Given that, why would I like Boris Johnson?
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