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    What's in the news?

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    What's in the news?

    thanks for making me have to google. Between you and @Toddybad I'm feeling right a right divock tonight 不
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    Wolves A Post Match Thread 4 - 3

    Been out since football ended and not got time to read the whole thread, but i can guess what its like. I'll just echo what every one else has said then - good game that after a slow start, finally found a way through a packed defence. Good subs by puel? And things are looking up 不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不
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    What's in the news?

    Now that the 355 squillion per day for the nhs has been debunked, they should offer one of these free to all leave voters. It doesnt matter how you get there, as long as you get there
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    What's in the news?

    I really dont want to keep banging this drum but..... You must be the only one with the facts then? Unless of course you are referring to "expert" opinion as fact, in which case yes it is a fact that the experts "opinion" says it's all doom and gloom. Amd of course the rules are a "fact" but what is also true is that before the eu, there was no eu rules. Things they are a changing. "Facts" also change over time. Ps? You have every right to stick to your opinion, but it is just that? An opinion? Ergo? Oppositr opinions are not wrong, even when taking into account the "facts"
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    What's in the news?

    Id start with accepting its a possibility and have our politicians discuss it. I will not pretend i have all the answers, maybe you should try it.
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    What's in the news?

    For me, there has to be a middle ground, but we'll only get it by having the balls ro prepare properly for no deal. By taking thay off the table, there is nothing to negotiate with. Its their way, or even or their way.
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    What's in the news?

    Understandable, im fully aware its at least a little bit controversial, but at least you're not all butthurt that people don't fear the same shit as you.
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    What's in the news?

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    Wolves A Match Thread

    I was looking forward to this, with wolves style of play etc, but with the scoreline, how long til they shut up shot (ooh good save kasper, they're obviously going for double figures, but I've started so ill finish) and we show how we cant break down a defensive team
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    What's in the news?

    I was actually referring to british safety standards type thing regarding birder checks to meet eu standards
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    Wolves A Match Thread

    Just turned it on. We're all over them. Just a shame about the score in the too left.
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    What's in the news?

    Exit would be change. Change is bad. To economists it is especially bad. Some of us just dont beleive the doom and gloom merchants and are prepared for it to be shit for a while but believe after we dont spontaneously combust, this shit could work, and the markets will rally. The other stuff you mention that is making it all shit is the current rules. Life changes, rules change. We set ourself higher standards (certainly morally) than just about everyone else. We will prove this. Everyone will want a piece of us again when we prove how great we are. If i bought into the fear shit and listened to the doom mongers i would be stuck in a job i hate, not owning 2 businesses, a rental property, a a caravan, nice car, nice house, and in talks about buying 50% of a 10 bed chateau in france, despite being ****ing skint. I dont say this to brag, I say it from the sense of "he who dares rodders, he who dares" Take the shackles off people and grow a pair. And re france, pretty place, wouldn't mind an investnent, but dont want to be tied to them in a union, the mental yellow vested bastards.
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    What's in the news?

    What a thread, all this in between a serious discussion on brexit. Its like having viz as the comic section in the financial Times 不不不不不不
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    What's in the news?

    I am a bit disappointed in you on that one @Kopfkino and surprised i am able to disagree with you so badly. I am also disappointed by james kirkup (who i have never heard of) His opening paragraph is worthy of respect and as a leaver, that is the least i expect from our elected representatives. However, i fear that reader and writer bias has been spectacularly overlooked on this one. It reads to me (with an obviouy different personal bias) that the moderates that the brexiteers hope to sway are saying do what i want or we wont do it at all, and then goes on to prove why that cannot be upheld. In my personal opinion, the only way we will remain "permanently" is through a second referendum, which for the reasons he so eloquently explains, looks highly unlikely. (This is my personal biggest fear in this whole fiasco) The alternatives are, agree with may, again explained why it "aint gonna happen" The only other choice, abd rightly pointed out, by default, looks thr likelier choice. Again he points out why that "aint gonna happen" which leaves a compmete stalemate, because something is going to happen. The most likely result is either to agree an extension, or revoke article 50, but either of these can only be temporary subject to either a peoples vote, or more planning for a no deal. It will largely be decided by how much hardball eu want to play, whebmn our parliament finally get their act together and agree what "we" actually want, when they realise we have no choice other than to leave on a no deal if they dont give us the conditions that surely must be our new "red lines" It could easily go any of the 3 ways but my logic tells me that eu HAVE TO listen, or we HAVE TO leave with no deal. From your previous post that i hadnt got around to responding to:- "It's嚜積ot the EU punishing us, it's that you can't just have嚜穎pen borders without formal governance and its the way the EU operates anyway, the EU uses standards as protectionism. " That reads to me that they are punishing us. This brexit malarkey changes everything and could easily start the new world order. If eu continue to bury their head in the sand, i genuinely believe we should go for a no deal, but hopefully cpmmon sense will orevail somewhere along the line. My moneys on a middle ground. An eventual better deal getting around the sticking points of mays shit deal and avoids the worst effects of a no deal. As for the detail, thats their ****ing job, not mine. The sooner they get their heads out of their arses posturing and getting on with fixing this shitstorm, the better. Tell me if im missing anyyhing obvious but not the minute detail, im more of a bigger picture kind of guy.
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    Puel In / Out Poll (12/01/19)

    I'm still puel in but wavered heavily after the man city cup defeat on penalties. But **** me, he makes it difficult for himself and for me to support him so i do understand why people want him gone. https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/claude-puel-fires-leicester-transfer-13873551 re interest in Maguire and Chilwell "Boss Puel, whose side are eighth in the Premier League, is adamant they are going no-where in January. But the Frenchman admits it could be different in the summer especially if Leicester fail to get into Europe." Which is all very sensible and kind of obvious when you think about it, BUT if you wanted europe, why didnt you try throigh teh ****ing league cup where 3 games would have took you there, by winning the league cup, and without the long qualifiers, instead of resting your players for (seemingly unwinnable) games against Man City and Chelsea. The wins brought me back from the brink as they were great, but only just, and this comment really boils my piss. We would have had more chance of winning with a rested first team (resting against palace) and getting to "your stated aim" of Europe, if you didn't piss around and treat it like a training match. Just hanging on in there, mostly due to the over the top animosity and negativity, and clinging to my holier than thou support of puel. But ****ing hell it aint easy
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    Depression

    Reggie kray in his heyday is more stable than most on the main football forum to be fair.
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    What's in the news?

    And as newspapers dont 3d, they had to use thr closest 2d equivalent. Which is obviously a rectangle.
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    What's in the news?

    I personally dont see why we can't leave and have no checks. Our standards are generally higher so proving this should allow no checks and no tariffs. I know im obviously missing something big, but if its just a shit rulebook. That can surely be changed if it is in everyones best interests. Ie mercedes and bmw want to sell in the uk, they dont need to go somewhere else instead as they are presumably everywhere, and if not, they could essily go somewhere else as well. The only thing i can see that stops this is the eu punishing us for having the gall to want to leave
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    What's in the news?

    What paper do you read to find this shit?不 I want to buy it
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    What's in the news?

    Thanks for this. Its the first time ive bothered with the detail for a while, as, lets be honest, until those clowns in parliament get their act together, it really maked no difference what we want. The article at least intrigued me to read a bit more, but i do deplore the political bias, trying to tell me why labour aren't so bad, because from what i have seen, they really are. I couldnt vote for any of the major parties if there was a general election. Surprised at how little appetite there is for a swcond referendum behind all the noise suggesting it. I expected to find myself, on reflection of where we are, favouring a Norway plus, but reading more, that sounds almost as bad as remain or mays deal. (And i dont buy the rhetoric that by being in the eu, at least we will get a vote. We will he so revered that it will be us voting against every other country and losing in my (Probably not educated enough) opinion. I used wiki which pretty much says it isn't possible but it must be, the amount it is talked about. Anyone with a better link would be appreciated https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norway-plus But generally against it and cant see it being a good option
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    Wolves (A)..next up.

    I'd like to sell unicorns, but at least i could sell horses with dildos on their head. You sir, have no chance. Be realistic.
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    Ali Regbha

    Do.you worry that optimism can make your head explode? It's not true, i promise.
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    What's in the news?

    Too early for this reaction. Eu have been over confident from the start. Junckers comments. How can we make a deal when we dont know what they want? A fair question abd good rhetoric, on tje face of it. But for the past 2 years they didnt care what we wanted, just told us what we couldnt have. Of our own government could get their ****ing act together and stop talking in a way that nullifies our biggest threat, this is the time to renegotiate (obviously not led by theresa) They threatened us with no deal, but apart from our elected officials, there are a hell of a lot of the public who would accept that. Its our underdog mentality. You might not agree with it, but its the way a lot of us are, and if they could see we werr nit scared of it, i think you will see that they ARE scared of it. I dont think it would take much positivity at our end in the aftermath for other eu minnows to follow suit. Probably lasting a week without the country sinking below the ocean(in a physical way, not a metaphorical way.) But that aint gonna happen anyway so... whatever.
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    What's in the news?

    Leave and puel in. Seems to be a trend but not the one we expected or is most easily explained. Try this, do what you want with the country but dont you dare **** with the stability of my football club.
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