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  1. You could say the same about offside, yet offside is offside. The biggest problem for me is it can be difficult to determine if an accidental handball is really accidental or not.
  2. Not much to say other than we lost to a side who played championship level football having been in the lead at halftime.
  3. This is proper shit, Burnley are complete toilet.
  4. I can see a good argument for saying Labour should have voted for the May deal, at the least it would have accelerated the whole process by a significant amount and avoided some of the costs of the uncertainty. I'd have always have preferred if the negotiations were cross party wherever possible but it didn't happen.
  5. Nothing wrong with what she said, SNP are a bunch of loonies though so no doubt she'll get a load of hate for believing in the UK.
  6. We were never going to stay in the single market or customs union so that was never an option. No deal was leaving without a withdrawal agreement. Once we have left it becomes up to the current and future governments as to how they negotiate with the EU.
  7. Good job we had Thatcher to close all those nasty polluting coal mines, truly ahead of her time.
  8. We are getting soft Brexit. You could argue the efforts of remainers took no deal off the table. Farage essentially disbanding the Brexit party and agreeing to support the withdrawal agreement. Rees-Mogg and his ERG group ****ing off from front line politics. The DUP forced to accept Northern Ireland being treated differently to the rest of the UK.
  9. As a Liberal I feel it's down to society and the organisation to make those decisions. There's no "right" or "wrong" answer only that it's not a matter for government to interfere over (certainly not directly).
  10. I've never seen Lisa Nandy as a serious contender yet she talks a lot of sense and is very popular among the Liberals I know. Could see her as a leader we could work with.
  11. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-51126559 Seems a bit odd. Threatening to fine people whilst having no legal power to do so.
  12. If a party were to offer every person £3000 as a "bonus" for remaining in the EU, how would you feel about that?
  13. That can't be serious surely? Didn't she give Corbyn 10/10 recently?
  14. £200Billion works out at around £3000 per person.
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