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  1. He got a bum deal. I will get my hat and coat then!
  2. David Cameron already tried that in the first referendum and people realized, there are far fewer benefits to the federalisation of Europe or have you forgot that. Insulting people saying they are thick just shows what kind of person you are. You will go down well with some other posters on here, who continually try and make those who voted leave, as inferior, failing at all times. Trying to quantify a 'silly red bus' as you put it and the reason why people voted to leave, is well silly.
  3. It defeats the point really having a fast train service go slower. Then again it is pointless having a BTS system that has so few carriages that there are so big queues, that using public transport to reduce road traffic congestion, is worthless. Must be another 'Thainess' concept I haven't got my head round, even after 17 years living here full time.
  4. PM wants Thai-style democracy

    The title creases me up. Like having a soft genocide or a selective communism. Forgot we have that already in the world.
  5. Justice minister admits woman wrongly detained over scam

    Great detective work once again.
  6. You have to laugh at the hypocrisy here. Just got to Pattaya and other night spots and everyone is naked. Oh I forgot people here come to see the temples. Yeah right!
  7. May ready for tough talks over Brexit

    I don't know I don't have a crystal ball. I personally would be happy with a no deal than giving everything away for nothing that is happening now. I can speculate and think that he might be thinking that another referendum might get a prime minister in power who will actually do what originally was told to everyone. Out of the EU, out of the customs union and single market. Which presently doesn't look like will happen.
  8. May ready for tough talks over Brexit

    Or maybe he knows something we don't after meeting Barnier this week?
  9. May ready for tough talks over Brexit

    I hope it was a Freudian slip. I have watched it and I can see his frustration from the constant moaning of those who will not accept the result to still crying over the 350 million a week to the NHS. Either way it wasn't his finest moment.
  10. Prawit Backs Prayuth As Post-Election Prime Minister

    The caption on the picture should be "I love it when a plan comes together" It is easy when you don't allow any credible opponent and then even the duffer looks half decent, to the stupid.
  11. May ready for tough talks over Brexit

    That's why I don't hypothesize. The whole issue would go on and on. I wouldn't put the establishment and the EU to do what they did in Ireland. It isn't going to happen so no need to speculate. Accept the first referendum, get behind the politicians to get the best deal for the UK or if the EU won't give us one, walk away. Giving false hopes and dividing the country even more is good for the EU only.
  12. May ready for tough talks over Brexit

    Plus Nigel Farage has backtracked on what he said on the chat show. he doesn't want a second referendum so all those remainers can clam down and take a chill pill.
  13. May ready for tough talks over Brexit

    I see the reaminers are having a wet dream of the prospect to try and cheat and stop[ the democratic will of the people. It has been done to death here already. Everyone knew what they voted for and if they didn't then that is there fault. I see the remainiac press have jumped on the bandwagon of trying to get another chance of keeping the UK in the corrupt and bureaucratic EU. The EU is already on a slow down fall. Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Austria with more to follow. If there is a second referendum then democracy is dead in the UK as why not make it the best of 10? the only one thing if there was and both sides had an even chance of debating then I think it would be over 60% leave this time. What would those ramainers say then. They would be scrambling for the Irish or other EU passports.
  14. Wanting a new start, Britain's May changes leadership team

    I would question why do we have to have cultural diversity and have positive discrimination. What happened to the best person for the job? Why do we have to have a percentage of one race and gender or LBGT. Political correctness gone mad IMHO and also something for the left wing luvvy liberals to moan about and try and use as a leverage in politics. The only reason I can think Diana Abbott is in her role due to her ethnicity and gender, as she certainly hasn't nothing else going for her.
  15. Wanting a new start, Britain's May changes leadership team

    May the remainer will not change anything. If she wants change hand over to a leaver. But we know that won't happen, as she tries to appease the growing support for getting out of the EU and the bullying tactics they employ. I await for someone who has the gumption to say we have had enough and walking, as we tried to negotiate and the EU clearly just wants to punish the UK. If she was really promoting the cultural diversity of the UK there would be one person with a Jihab in the photo, another that couldn't speak English. I guess I will get flamed for pointing out the truth.
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