Winter Brexit Thread: Our DiScontent

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#324

there’s an actual coded death threat at the end there, holy shiittt


#325

This is the stuff we’ve been trying to warn the People’s Vote advocates about isn’t it.


#326

the audacity to mention Jo Cox in there too.


#327

audacity is the wrong word. Replace it with a much stronger word of your choosing.


#328

It won’t make any difference alas, but I hope Brendan Cox publicly tells them to go fuck themselves


#329

that’s what i mean, they mention her then speculate darkly a second later about “what might happen”…ipso or something has to have a word surely


#330

That won’t be happening I wouldn’t have thought.


#331

Did they mean to say that after the vote is lost next week none of the “maybe” three options is good? Not sure they did.


#332

Hahahahahahahaha!!!


#333

I wonder, do Sun readers ever feel patronised reading shit like this?


#334

Am I correct in saying that the backstop is an agreement that comes into place if nothing is agreed regarding the Irish border during the transition period?

If that’s the case, how can May give MPs a say as to whether we go into it or not (as she seems to be claiming today)? Surely the point is that it automatically kicks in?


#335

*the small % of Sun readers who bother reading editorials


#336

80% of Sun readers buy it more or less out of habit with their pie, mars bar and 40 quid of unleaded. They mostly look at the sports and celeb section, glance at the rest, because they don’t hold much to reading and have busy lives. That’s why the bits Murdoch wants them to absorb are in bold.

I think the other 20% are just psychopaths.


#337

Don’t Know’s fucking storming it right now


#338

Can’t believe 4% of people think it’s appropriate to start jumping rope when asked a political question.


#339

how do you not know you fucking doss cunts


#340

‘If Yvette Cooper was Labour leader she’d be 20 points ahead!’


#341

I’m not sure if I read it correctly, but I think she’s offering MPs a choice between the backstop or extending transition. The latter of which requires agreement from the EU…


#342

…and they’ll still insist on a backstop even if agreeing to a longer transition period, presumably.


#343

I dunno why these pesky Europeans don’t trust us when we’re consistently trying to find ways around their rules.