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So if Labour ever win a general election, the Conservatives don't have to let them in. They can just say Labour voters were too stupid to know what they were voting for. All the experts say the country would be worse off under a Labour government and no one voted to be poorer.

Order, order. Calm yourselves. Leave on the 12th, with no deal. PM BoJo. It's not a prediction. It's just the way it's going to be.

28 Mar 2019

Here we go, we've all been looking forward to this for ages. Who's got a street party celebrating our FREEDOM from communism? Oh, hang on a minute. I forgot, the remainiacs have ruinned it for us all.

28 Mar 2019

Well this is the whole problem, people who can't accept the democratic will of the people. 3 years wasted by democracy deniers. I thought the Soviet Union was gone, but communism is still holding us back.

28 Mar 2019

OK, so there are 295 MPs willing to stand up for democracy.

27 Mar 2019

Indicative votes! It's like a carry on film, the Remainiac MPs could've even get their fake voting right. A new level of sad attained.

End of Democracy
27 Mar 2019

Banks only hold minimum amount of cash reserves, and have to do so by law.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/pa/article-6855645/UK-set-adopt-new-EU-speed-limiting-rules-cars.html Another beauty from Big Brother EU. What I'd like to see them do, is crash test a car off the white cliffs of Dover with Juncker, Tusk and the rest of the dummies on board.

End of Democracy
27 Mar 2019

Banks 'assets' are loans they've made. Money deposits are banks liabilities. Also, the UK has the highest employment in europe. It's all project fear. Yep PM's tactics are disgraceful.

27 Mar 2019

Who cares where insurance companies regisiter their 'assets'. They are still obliged to pay out their claims and will still be providing insurance to the UK. Just like who cares where banks register their dodgy assets, i.e. collateralized debt and loan obligations that will probably never be paid back and loans on inflated house prices.