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@hissingdwarf The Sinn fein example is quite valid but Ireland have proportional representation...whereas we have first past the post...yes , Boris will drop a clanger big time but only one has to look to Trump  to see even a party backs a fascist if he is seen to be a vote winner

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3 hours ago, Piethagoram said:

 

Love this. Been sharing it all morning.

It amazes me that people who voted for something still expect the consequences to not affect them!

There was a lady on the radio this am saying she was disgusted at the fact food prices will rise next year and she was saying even though she voted for it, she thought it was all paper talk and how dare people add import taxes onto the UK when they’ve left the EU.

The reporter kindly pointed out ‘ errrr that’s the point!’

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