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    And need we wonder why you can't trust Westminster

    Dig the dirt on your own,fortunately some other professions display more integrity and tell the diggers to feck off.
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    Yep, Remain supporters having to watch their backs, fronts and sides illustrates the nastiness that ERG activists and sympathisers are engaged in...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patman Post View Post
    Yep, Remain supporters having to watch their backs, fronts and sides illustrates the nastiness that ERG activists and sympathisers are engaged in...
    Actually, it rather looks to me its got feck all to do with remain vs leave, and everything to do with a military man who some suggest may be cut out for political leadership being vetted for the job in the most inept fashion imaginable... by a bloke who is himself EITHER not stone chucking material OR has been put through the same wringer.

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    The charlatans are out of control; they now know we're onto them, and are exploiting their voting power to get the deal which is advantageous to them . . . and the only deal which isn't advantageous to them is a no-deal, so naturally they're hell-bent on making sure that doesn't happen. I don't know why HQQ and the other 'usual suspects' on here can take the side of these traitors, unless there's something in it for them - they have an agenda, in other words.
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    Oh come on don't you know it's how they control everything.If they don't vote as told on certain issues out comes the latest dirt about them in the newspapers,where the masses get to destroy them,but that isn't democratic,well it never is.Somebody gets to mention said dirt in their lughole and from then on they either destroy their career or do said masters bidding.
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