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    The poor suffer again.

    Sunak has frozen public pay. Kids will go hungry, adults will live on air, while the Tories will feast on roast beef. I am sure there will be a coach driving through carlisle full of toffs eating caviar, drinking champagne, and letting the locals know it with cat calls and caviar thrown out the window.

    There will be flags in the windows with messages like, " you earn it we spend it", or "eat crow serfs", or " bow to us nobodys"

    Funded by money meant for the north.

    It is time to rise up. Get your pitchforks.

    VIVA LA REVOLUCION.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psaw View Post
    Sunak has frozen public pay. Kids will go hungry, adults will live on air, while the Tories will feast on roast beef. I am sure there will be a coach driving through carlisle full of toffs eating caviar, drinking champagne, and letting the locals know it with cat calls and caviar thrown out the window.

    There will be flags in the windows with messages like, " you earn it we spend it", or "eat crow serfs", or " bow to us nobodys"

    Funded by money meant for the north.

    It is time to rise up. Get your pitchforks.

    VIVA LA REVOLUCION.
    You were right Psaw. I saw the coach. It was definitely full of toffs.

    The messages weren't in the windows though, they were written on the side of the coach.

    I took a photo for you.

    https://static.independent.co.uk/s3f...-leave-bus.jpg

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    Ha, time will tell who is right. Being poor i expect you go to Aldi. Britain will become an Aldi, where you can buy the same quality stuff, but at cheaper prices. The quality may even be better. Want a deal?, you got it. It will undercut the EU easily, because everything you buy in the Eu is inflated to fund the machine, ask the Irish.

    The NHS well be funded properly.

    Am i wasting my time?

    Yes.

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    The EU absolutely despises healthy competition. Thus it falls further behind the real world with each passing day.
    Germany will do OK but it will pay a heavy price in subsidising the rest of the EU.

    There is a budget crisis in the EU. Its budget for 2021 to 2027 has to be unanimously passed before January 1st, otherwise the previous budget rolls on. Poland and Hungary are opposed to it, supported in their objections by Slovakia. That's a pity because it is a very imaginative budget. Supporters of it imagine that the EU actually has a pot to p­iss in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil_McDonalds_dick View Post
    The EU absolutely despises healthy competition. Thus it falls further behind the real world with each passing day.
    Germany will do OK but it will pay a heavy price in subsidising the rest of the EU.

    There is a budget crisis in the EU. Its budget for 2021 to 2027 has to be unanimously passed before January 1st, otherwise the previous budget rolls on. Poland and Hungary are opposed to it, supported in their objections by Slovakia. That's a pity because it is a very imaginative budget. Supporters of it imagine that the EU actually has a pot to p*iss in.
    Poland and Hungary aren't opposed to the budget. They are opposed to EU democratic standards.

    Just like the UK, both countries ruling parties are tightening their grip on the judiciary, media and other institutions.

    Angela M will sort it. If not they can walk.

    In the long term the EU will be far stronger without half hearted members.

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