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Thread: Brexit.

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    Brexit.

    As the flow of grim economic news increases as Brexit approaches does anyone still believe in it apart from the weird right wing loons in the Tory party such as Jhonson Fox Davies Redwood Leadsom and the brain dead in UKIP. These clowns are taking us into an economic disaster led by the dreaded Mrs May.

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    wots up Kinda

    if ya dont wanna be British go live over there im sure you may get a paddy passport.

    Stop pulling the UK down and big us up ya sad sod.

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    And please use O/T

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    I'd vote leave if there was another referendum

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    The world will end if we leave the eu !!!Yeah right. Best thing that ever happened in my lifetime and Im 66

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    It hasn't happened yet. It might be brilliant, it might be a c0ck-up. I can't remember the last time anything delivered by central government (any party) turned out to be brilliant, but who knows. There's a first time for everything. I shan't hold me breath though...

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    If tha Brexit tha mends it !! Simple , leaving ? Staying ? Just 1% voting to leave It's not conclusive is it , past caring nar so Fu xit fomee

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    It will all end in tears we have been led down a path by right wing nut cases Farage and his fruit cases, Johnston (I'm all for mi sen), Gove, Davis and Fox, we have a government full of infighting for the leadership and propped up by another ultra right party at an unbelievable cost to us the tax payer, the torys have no idea how to conduct talks in these Brexit negotiations, there should never have been a vote in the 1st place.

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    I totally agree with Kinderscout & Upthecolliers ! We are heading for a nightmare because of the lunatic right wing of Farage, Fox, Davies, Johnson & Leadsom - I want us to sort out the problem of unfettered immigration but we are heading for economy disaster - we haven't left yet & sterling is taking a pounding (no pun intended) & will soon be on a par with the euro! We will not get a good trade deal with Trump's America First strategy
    Borrowing has doubled, inflation/cost of living up but, still, we have lower unemployment (zero hours contracts abound & more people in work are on benefits) - still, we can afford to bribe the nutty DUP & give tax breaks to our rich pals from the magic money tree! When we fall over the cliff edge, we can blame the "enemy" (as described by Hammond) & wave our union jacks & sing God a Save the Queen on the way to the ever-popular food banks! We live in dangerous times & are self-harming - I know some of you disagree (as is your right) but I honestly believe it is madness!

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    Democracy must never be reversed , the vote was to leave the EU or remain and leave won and that is that .

    Now the crux of the matter is who gets to gain the most by leaving , me , you , the NHS , the less well off maybe or these self serving far right tory tw@ts who want to rid the country of all EU workplace protection legislation and our human rights .

    The likes of Jacob Rees Mogg , Johnson and Gove will take everything from the working man given half the chance so they can exploit you and profit themselves and the people they serve .

    They wish to shrink the state down to nothing USA style , medical insurance and the end of the NHS , a trade deal with the US and their medical insurance companies will be all over here like a fly round shyte .

    Their utopia is a tax free state with big business free from legislation and we all know how that one works with the working man .

    The no deal card is what they seek and that is a disaster , not for the wealthy mind but you and me .

    Leave by all means but I wouldn't trust these feckers to be leaving with yours and my interests at heart I can tell you that .

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    It makes me laugh how a lot presume that anyone who voted leave was presumably misled and didn’t understand what they were voting for by Tory loons and Farage , only those who voted remain understood the question.

    People were rightly given a choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by anstonred View Post
    I totally agree with Kinderscout & Upthecolliers ! We are heading for a nightmare because of the lunatic right wing of Farage, Fox, Davies, Johnson & Leadsom - I want us to sort out the problem of unfettered immigration but we are heading for economy disaster - we haven't left yet & sterling is taking a pounding (no pun intended) & will soon be on a par with the euro! We will not get a good trade deal with Trump's America First strategy
    Borrowing has doubled, inflation/cost of living up but, still, we have lower unemployment (zero hours contracts abound & more people in work are on benefits) - still, we can afford to bribe the nutty DUP & give tax breaks to our rich pals from the magic money tree! When we fall over the cliff edge, we can blame the "enemy" (as described by Hammond) & wave our union jacks & sing God a Save the Queen on the way to the ever-popular food banks! We live in dangerous times & are self-harming - I know some of you disagree (as is your right) but I honestly believe it is madness!
    Johnson was a remainer to start with only Farage was a true brexiter.
    the pound has been on a downward trend for decade which is good for exporters. as well as the US there other countries around the world we can trade with especially the food sector.
    borrowing inflation nowt to do with brexit we not left yet zero hours thats called agency work been around for decades under all parties.
    they haven't bribed the DUP dont know wot u mean by nutty as the money was already allocated for NI its just been moved around the projects they favour, still benefiting the people of NI.
    your crystal ball must be good to predict we'll fall of a cliff edge you must win the lottery every week.

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    And just think, if the witless, spineless labour government hadn't allowed completely uncontrolled immigration and the birth of the nanny state then maybe some of the leavers may have voted the other way.
    Tories always go criminally too far
    Labour are just inept
    Cherie, sorry, tony blairs legacy has taken the country's hand and trapped it in a door. Meanwhile they're not bart a bob or two.

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    New Labour mentioned re-nationalising things. However, they were just Tories in disguise and were caught by the capitalist bug. They spent all the money and some more on illegal wars and had to borrow the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EastStandRed View Post
    It makes me laugh how a lot presume that anyone who voted leave was presumably misled and didn’t understand what they were voting for by Tory loons and Farage , only those who voted remain understood the question.

    People were rightly given a choice
    I think people perfectly understood the question ESR but the Remain campaign failed to get the consequences of leaving over to the public effectively .

    I voted leave because I simply don't like the way the EU operate , I didn't like the way we were heading towards a European super state .

    I didn't like the way immigration was used to drive down wages in the UK by flooding the market with cheap labour whilst companies such as ASOS and Sports Direct exploited the situation .

    My vote was against the system as much as anything else .

    Maybe I shouldn't have voted at all given that both sides of the debate have major flaws .

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    I like the view point that we should never have gone into Europe in the first place. How much heavy industry did we have before entering Europe and how much do we have now? How many immigrants did we have before entering Europe and how many do we have now? Did we need permission on where to fish before we entered Europe and do we now?

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    I also think it's worth pointing out that Labour would find it incredibly difficult within the EU to re-nationalise the energy companies and the rail network .

    The EU are not for nationalised industries and have strict rules regarding it .

    This goes someway to explain why Labour are also keen on leaving the EU if in a softer manner than the tories .

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    Slightly away from the topic but it's claimed this morning that people need a 15 per week pay increase just to take us back to a standard of living enjoyed in 2006 .

    Not going to happen unless we see an increase in productivity say the bosses .

    So who the feck is responsible for increasing productivity then ?

    The fecking management you set of spanners , so get off your fecking asses you lazy set of keyboard tapping morons who start every sentence with the word " SO " and do some fecking work .

    Except it's a load of bollox innit , plenty of fat in the meat for corporate pay .

  20. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by animallittle3 View Post
    I think people perfectly understood the question ESR but the Remain campaign failed to get the consequences of leaving over to the public effectively .

    I voted leave because I simply don't like the way the EU operate , I didn't like the way we were heading towards a European super state .

    I didn't like the way immigration was used to drive down wages in the UK by flooding the market with cheap labour whilst companies such as ASOS and Sports Direct exploited the situation .

    My vote was against the system as much as anything else .

    Maybe I shouldn't have voted at all given that both sides of the debate have major flaws .
    Agree with that

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