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29/06/2018 at 08:59

There used to be someone, or maybe a few, who gave reflections on the Beebs Question Time prog. Whilst occasionally coloured with “nice tits” comments I found it a pleasant little read. In its absence I hunted down the latest copy online.

Won’t be doing that again, unless Exeter is unique in is naivety.

Anyway, my summary of the panel, while I eat a donut.

L-R on the screen.

Johan Elische. Often wonder how wealthy people get wealthy when they are so uninspiring. Dull and irrelevant really.
Janet Street-Porter. So far past her sell by date she sounds like the type of person you just nod at and move on. Added nothing and I thought didn’t understand the questions.
Clive Lewis. Top of the class, but not much to beat to be fair. Seemed a bit nervous but had the best presentation of facts yet still avoided answering some questions.
Dimbleby. Won’t be the same when he’s gone.
Suella Braverman. Loathsome person providing shit, stock answers. Apparently her party is the eight wonder. Practised as a ?Barrister and says everything you ever thought about Barristers and the people who now get elected as MPs. I tried to avoid profanity so this could be used in schools across the globe but sorry, she is a useless cunt.
Helen Lewis. Clearly either there’s just for the appearance money or realised early on there is minimal intelligence on the panel so why bother engaging. Likewise, questions from the floor.
Crowd. Clearly, some of the parents of people on Love Island live in Exeter.

Thank you.

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01/07/2018 at 12:08

I can't remember the last time I watch Question Time. 

Now then... 

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02/07/2018 at 14:14

You don’t need to with quality reviews like that on this MB.

Saved you 30 valuable mins and my invoice is in the post, or just reduce my annual CI subscription fee. 

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02/07/2018 at 14:23

Waste of time following any politics. It's just adult version of sixth form debate and gossip. Endless background noise and petty verbal victories. Brain junk food no different from reality TV...


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02/07/2018 at 14:50

“Professional” politicians indeed, people who have had no other job than being an MP. That really represents the good folk of the United Kingdom of Great Britain.

95% of MPs are self serving wankers.

As kids, who’d have thought that Guy Faulkes was a villain when in actual fact he had the right idea all along.

Oddly, I quite like Theresa May. Got dealt a jack and a four when sniddey Dave took his bat home and most of her cabinet are looking to stab her in the back. In another life she would be a good leader, and just who the fook in the world could deliver Brexit? No one is the answer, and almost impossible task and to have Trotsky Corbin and his fat fuck black friend for ballast throwing stink bombs is something the country doesn’t need. Fook the Eu, there is a great big world outside of those jokers.

People used to get a degree in politics once. Surely a worthless qualification now. 

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02/07/2018 at 15:56

The UK can't 'fuck the EU' because there is 40 years of standardisation, regulation and legislation that is intertwined and weaved in to the entire spectrum of British life.

The 'Leave without a deal' crowd are equally as fraudulent as the 'if we Remain we'll collapse' crowd. An intelligent compromise and shift to a move to an EFTA deal is essential, maintaining the need to stay in the single market, yet withdraw politically, then over time develop an exit strategy, whilst maintaining standardisation and regulation that is essential to UK business.

Any other choice is complete stupidity. Anyone involved in any cross border trade or manufacturing should see this.

May is an awful leader - weak, indecisive, scared to tell the truth and being ripped apart by the people she has chosen to represent her and the UK. A total embarrassment.


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03/07/2018 at 13:47

“Made in Britain”.

Used to be stamped all over anything that moved. Meant something, doesn’t now cus it’s not made in Britain.

“Made in Lithuania, Spain, Gambia, Outer Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, Iceland, Finland, Legoland, Germany (non immigrant bit), Poland, Spain (again), Italy, Slovenia, Turkey, assembled in Hemel Hempstead by immigrants on less than minimum wage)” doesn’t have the same ring to it somehow, plus the flags are a bit confusing.

Do you honestly think shit will stop being made cus we sold our seats in Brussels? Nah, me neither. Smoke n mirrors. Walk away, no deal, get fucked, see what the EU fantasists come up with, aside from there being no trees. 

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03/07/2018 at 17:34

That's just not how it works in the adult world, Cheats old bean.

You have deals, agreements, legislation, standardisation and political will. Take this away, even temporarily, and trade and production stops as customers in the single market are unable to buy products that no longer conform.

Staying in the single market with a EFTA agreement is the only way in the short term that won't be disastrous for the British economy.


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16/07/2018 at 11:26

Grow your own and fuck em all off, self sufficiency, it's the future. 

Fuck the short term we will build a 1000 year Hull City Reich 

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16/07/2018 at 11:58

Quote Quote by imperishablehcfc on 16/07/2018 at 11:26
Grow your own and fuck em all off, self sufficiency, it's the future.


And tell people who don't live here to fuck off and mind their own business. 

2005 Labour got 355 seats from 35.2 % of the vote on a 62.4% turnout. 2015 Tories got 331 seats from 36.9% of the vote on a 661% turnout. Left wing fannies moan the second one is sooooo unfair and we need electoral reform. But didn't utter a peep,about the first one. 

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16/07/2018 at 14:01

Too much is being decided by a standardised authoritarian view based on something further left than I am. Deviate from it at your peril; or, if you do, don't mention it on social media. The new view tolerates no nuance whatsoever. The right flourishes in periods of austerity and will strike back. The new view is doing a sterling job of alienating anyone to the right of Karl Marx, and that's most of us, so we should ultimately be okay. 

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16/07/2018 at 14:05

Quote Quote by essexgull on 03/07/2018 at 17:34
That's just not how it works in the adult world, Cheats old bean.

You have deals, agreements, legislation, standardisation and political will. Take this away, even temporarily, and trade and production stops as customers in the single market are unable to buy products that no longer conform.

Staying in the single market with a EFTA agreement is the only way in the short term that won't be disastrous for the British economy.


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If you want to be part of CETA, NAFTA, or anything remotely like that, you must be insane. Trade deals where the small print is so secret that even MEPs are not allowed to see it before they vote on it should not be countenanced, and anyone who thinks otherwise needs their head testing. You need to read up on the evil that is ISDS, a disgusting part of all these recent deals. 

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16/07/2018 at 15:39

Quote Quote by imperishablehcfc on 16/07/2018 at 11:26
Grow your own and fuck em all off, self sufficiency, it's the future.


That's what the country where I live has said twice.

It gets expensive subsidising the farmers and imported goods have to have a premium price to encourage locals to make similar. Certainly you could cope, but not sure all Brits could.


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Quote Quote by theotherphantom on 16/07/2018 at 14:05


If you want to be part of CETA, NAFTA, or anything remotely like that, you must be insane. Trade deals where the small print is so secret that even MEPs are not allowed to see it before they vote on it should not be countenanced, and anyone who thinks otherwise needs their head testing. You need to read up on the evil that is ISDS, a disgusting part of all these recent deals.


No, I want(ed) the UK to remain in the single market, via an Efta mechanism, but to leave the political union, for the time being, then to negotiate further autonomy over the next few decades.

I expected a cross parliamentary group working in tandem with the civil service to have spent the last two years ensuring that essential organisations, such as Eurotom, will move in tandem with European standards and assurances given for this for the future.

I didn't expect Boris Johnson, Jacob Rees Mogg and Jeremy Corbyn fighting it out to lead the UK in the future.


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16/07/2018 at 16:20

Quote Quote by essexgull on 16/07/2018 at 15:47


No, I want(ed) the UK to remain in the single market, via an Efta mechanism, but to leave the political union, for the time being, then to negotiate further autonomy over the next few decades.

I expected a cross parliamentary group working in tandem with the civil service to have spent the last two years ensuring that essential organisations, such as Eurotom, will move in tandem with European standards and assurances given for this for the future.

I didn't expect Boris Johnson, Jacob Rees Mogg and Jeremy Corbyn fighting it out to lead the UK in the future.


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As an exile who has deserted their country what concern is it of yours exactly? I don't go on the forums of Lyn Oslo or Trondheim FC lecturing their fans on which policies they and their government should follow. 

2005 Labour got 355 seats from 35.2 % of the vote on a 62.4% turnout. 2015 Tories got 331 seats from 36.9% of the vote on a 661% turnout. Left wing fannies moan the second one is sooooo unfair and we need electoral reform. But didn't utter a peep,about the first one. 

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