Brexit Thread w/c 11/02

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#61

Sainsbury’s, Asda and McDonald’s were among those who warned stockpiling fresh food was impossible

:thinking: :wink:


#62

Well they’ve never bought any so don’t know where to get it, seems fair.


#63

On the plus side, there’ll be endless chemical coated fries for everyone.


#64

Veeeery thinly sliced lettuce on the side


#65

Better grab a few curries myself


#66

what


#67

Everyone’s favourite water industry-shilling Labour MP took a People’s Vote petition to Labour party HQ, but no one was there to pick it up, and they’ve been told to e-mail it through instead.


#68

Isn’t the standard procedure that you deliver the petition direct to the petitionee, not that you ask them to come and meet you to take it away with them?


#69

KFC braced to move up one place in the fast food fries stakes


#70

I think you’ve forgotten how badly KFC deal with supply chain disruption


#71

:man_shrugging:t2:


#72

Good article by John Harris in The Guardian about Brexit and Britain’s attitude to Ireland:


#73

what is going on


#74

So she’s naked because Brexit will leave us ‘exposed’ economically?

It’s a bit Mr Chop isn’t it?


#75

Wait. Brexit is bad?


#76

She’s being doing this for a while now, doing public lectures and stuff.


#77

on the one hand there is no reason to be naked for this, on the other i am not going to be smeared as a body shamer, therefore it is impossible to say if this is the stupidest new low we have yet reached.


#78

Latest thoughts.
Theres no majority for a vote of no confidence
Theres no majority for a peoples vote
Theres no majority for general election
Theres no majority for no deal
Theres no majority for mays deal

Its gonna go to no deal v mays deal days before we leave. Will enough labour deny rhe whip to counteract the erg and dup?

If they do they split both parties and were in transition forever


#79

Article 50 being extended and some hashed-up compromise based around May’s deal is what I’m expecting.

The number of MPs who think a no deal is anything other than insane is miniscule. It would take a disaster beyond what we’ve seen so far for that to happen. Not that I would rule that out, but it’s not as likely as some folk on here think.


#80

She was also on the Today programme last week, which I am sure worked over the radio.