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  • Premier Icon igm
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    Unicorns or illegal unicorns, that is the question.

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    Not illegal radioactive unicorns !?!

    Premier Icon zippykona
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    We manaaged to conquer the world without nuclear power.

    Turn the **** things off and let the lion roar.

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    Yes but the locals were only armed to the teeth with kiwi fruit and dry guava halves.

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    Sod the power generation bit. nuclear medicine will be completely screwed.

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    May looking wobblier than ever at PMQs

    fairly obvious Brexit is beyond the Tories capabilities (irony being that Labour have no better ideas)

    thecaptain
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    Well Corbyn can **** off for starters. Useless ****.

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    Did the government just nationalise a railway 😉

    <p class=”story-body__introduction”>Rail services on East Coast Main Line are being brought back under UK government control.</p>
    Transport Secretary Chris Grayling told Parliament that taking control would provide the smoothest transition to a new operator.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-44142258

    TheBrick
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    Not really a supprise that labour are no more prepared or competent. It’s impossible to manage a cluster **** like Brexit well.

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    I think this is the first time that Corbyn has actually made Brexit the subject of his questions at PMQ’s

    not that it made much difference. The Maybot just ignored him, and parroted some pre-programmed answer about something completely different anyway

    I really want to believe that this could be signalling a shift in policy from the labour front bench towards Brexit.

    In reality he probably won’t mention it again for another ten months, and Emily Thornberry and Kier Starmer will still trot out a similar ‘have cake and eat nonsense’ as the Tories, while Jezza and John get on with planning their socialist revolution

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    I think this is the first time that Corbyn has actually made Brexit the subject of his questions at PMQ’s

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    Nah he did it last week (& touched on it the week before?)  May was absolutely flumoxed by it then too.

    I suspect theres a team of tory spads already started work on deflection stratagies for her next week, the variables are how many of her own party will have tried to publically undermine her position in their own personal brexit missions to become PM themselves

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    Binners wrote,

    “I think this is the first time that Corbyn has actually made Brexit the subject of his questions at PMQ’s”

    You think a lot of things about Corbyn that aren’t true, tbh.

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    If he could just continue having his weetabix and finish her off I would be grateful.

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    No, you’ve got it all wrong. It’s like this:

    https://reaction.life/britain-looks-like-brexit/

    (I’m kind of surprised this hasn’t been quietly removed given how ridiculously wrong it is)

    (but then, Dan Hannan)

    pondo
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    I really want to believe that this could be signalling a shift in policy from the labour front bench towards Brexit.

    Please, oh please…

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    Awesome how Hannans brexit wet dream up there is already way off the mark, before weve even brexited, no wonder he’s changing his tune<span style=”font-size: 0.8rem;”>(& of course blaming remainers for not coming up with a plan)</span>

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    It’s funny how the brexies have stopped saying

    “They Need Us More Than We Need Them”

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    Will this be another one of those red lines that the Brexees always threatened to walk out over, but won’t?

    Again.

    oldnpastit
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    Will this be another one of those red lines that the Brexees always threatened to walk out over, but won’t?

    Regardless, it will be the fault of the Leavers for not “getting behind” Brexit. As always.

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    squirrelking
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    <p>>Sod the power generation bit. nuclear medicine will be completely screwed.</p><p></p><p>Both as important as each other IMO</p>

    fifo
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    Wind produced more power than nuclear in the UK the other day…

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    And the point is? Could you remove nuclear from the balance, what’s going to fill the gap when the next fee power stations get turned off, energy security is not defined by 1 day

    Premier Icon zippykona
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    They are not power cuts they are green intervals.

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    A pretty accurate summation of this whole sorry farce from Gina Miller in todays Guardian…

    Extend the Brexit transition? It’s just another non-starter

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    Strangely fifo, mike, zippy, I’m just off to talk to people today about keeping lower voltage networks running when the higher voltage ones are dead.  So perhaps not in my lifetime, but probably in my sons’ we will start to regard energy as something you harvest, not something you produce, and if there’s no generation today, well never mind, there’ll be some tomorrow and it won’t affect you in the meantime.

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    Yep, let’s see if we can keep the lights on for the meetings while you sort it out 😉 next up I propose using the excess heat generated by mail and express readers by feeding them more fake news while they are connected to some sort of microgeneration system

    kerley
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    I think this is the first time that Corbyn has actually made Brexit the subject of his questions at PMQ’s

    As pointed out, that is not true but asking questions at PMQs is pointless anyway.  Not sure what the goal is as the answers are pre-prepared and largely have nothing to do with the question.  Most answers just say how much better the tories are than labour which is not answering the question and to be fair to Corbyn he didn’t support a lot of what Labour did under Blair anyway.

    Brexit is a struggle for May to answer as Labour didn’t do a Brexit so she can’t say how much worse it was when Labour did it.

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    Have we started building the world’s biggest lorry park in Dover yet? Or are they just going to dot portaloos along the M20.

    Nice to see the Torries stuffing the Lords with Brexities.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/may/18/pm-set-to-nominate-10-tory-peers-in-attempt-to-overcome-brexit-defeats

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    ooh – the moggster is getting a bit concerned. Please let May call his bluff…

    https://news.sky.com/story/jacob-rees-mogg-admits-doubts-over-theresa-may-in-warning-shot-for-pm-11382158

    tjagain
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    how biased is that as “news”

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    Agreed! Not even news in fairness – I just like to see Mogg whining.

    mattyfez
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    It’s easy for Mogg calling from the wings, to say the government needs to show more backbone in negotiations.

    It’s not a question of being a hard negotiator when everyone knows there’s no leverage in the negotiation.

    There are literally no cards to be played. It would almost be funny if he did get into the hot seat, the second unelected PM in a row, and watch him crumple like a cheap packet of crisps.

    I suspect he wouldn’t be stupid enough to go for leadership, though, he’s probably got some sense of self preservation and is quite comfortable and happy heckling from the side lines, a bit like corbyn.

    It’s easy to shout about anything when you’re not really accountable.

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    That’s coz they know the temporary backstop won’t fly, ultimately they are bricking it coz after 2 years, the brexies still don’t have a plan, just gotta keep fooling the leave voters a bit longer…..

    cchris2lou
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    Surprised no one mentioned M Carney and the brexit cost to each UK household .

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    Only £900 – clearly either a price worth paying or fake news…

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    I just like to see Mogg whining.

    Give me 15 mins alone in a room with the utter cockbag and I’ll have him crying out for his nanny/wet nurse

    oldnpastit
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    If it’s not hurting it’s not working.

    Oh, sorry, wrong bonkers Tory policy.

    Klunk
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    Only £900 – clearly either a price worth paying or fake news…

    and we haven’t even left yet ho hum

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