SO, EVEN THE RIGHT WING OF THE TORY PARTY ADMITS THAT WE HAVE CEASED TO BE A DEMOCRACY

MUNGUIN WOULD ARGUE THAT WE NEVER WERE, BUT…

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MORE BREXIT MADNESS

Iron Lady made of  Papier Mâché
brexit4
So, how many dead for Brexit?
b
Aye, the trouble is that most of them will be Mr Bun the Baker.

berex

b1
Well, that’s a relief.
b3
You just stick to what you’re best at mate, drinking and smoking.
b2
Pity that the easiest thing in human history is proving too hard for you, you bloody disgrace.
bre999
How long before they are calling on us to display the Dunkirk Spirit?
br boris eu
Well, well…
brex123
So Davis has gone, but is his replacement any less ridiculous?
brexit5
And, talking of ridiculous…
brexxi
Yes, Lord Bramall, it is. Indeed it is.
brex9
Stunning. What did she promise Dacre for that? Lord Dacre of Brexit?
breex
And today they managed to make their own policies illegal…
Breden
Oh yes. Let’s be like Denmark.

OK, LET’S LAUGH AT BREXIT…

…Because, according to Laura Kuenssberg, David Davis went to see Theresa Maybot today, being unaware of the latest plan to get the Cabinet, if not the Tory Party to agree on something that they can take to Brussels next week.

It didn’t go that well…

She writes:

“Hear that David Davis went in to see the PM this morning after not knowing about Number 10’s ‘new plan’, but left the meeting still not having discussed the ‘new plan'”

So… if he doesn’t know the plan, how can he sell it to the EU?

I suppose it doesn’t really matter that much. After all, it seems (from what I heard on the radio…maybe Mr Davis should try listening to his?) that they want to be in the single market for goods, but not services, people (except for Ireland) or finance.

Since day one Brussels has said that the four freedoms are not divisible and that the UK can’t cherry pick!

I suppose it’s just possible no one in Whitehall or Westminster knows what “divisible” means.

brex

Do you remember when Mr Davis first went to Brussels to meet with M Barnier… and Barnier and his team had all this paperwork and Davis had… erm… nothing? He was back in London by lunchtime.

EU's chief Brexit negotiator Barnier and Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Davis attend a meeting in Brussels

And how at that point we all thought it would get better.

Hmmmm. How wrong we were.

And Scotland has come out of it worst.

bre

Rather like our own referendum, everything they promised has turned to dust.

And if that wasn’t humiliating enough, it’s frequently been this no-hoper who was responsible for turning it to dust.

Imagine, decisions being made about Scotland by the likes of him!

breex

Please, someone, rescue us from this…

berezit

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DAISY, DAISY

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According to Sky, the crisis has been averted (also see Evening Standard). After talks with Davis (and Johnson and Fox) this morning, Maybot appears to have caved (in a strong and stable sort of way, of course) and agreed to a vague end date of 2021 or 2022 for the single market arrangement over the Irish border.

It appears that for the bulk of this parliament then, Mr Fox has no function as he won’t be able to sign a single trade deal, which I guess is more or less what a trade secretary gets paid for. Maybe we should make him redundant and save his ministerial salary for the next 4 years?

And all this is thanks to the fact that Arlene Foster owns Mrs Mayhem and will NOT tolerate ANY differences between Northern Ireland and Britain (except with regard to abortions, gay marriage and their PR electoral system, of course).

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LET’S LAUGH AT LOONIE BREXIT

corbyn
Which only goes to prove that they are as daft as each other.
bres1
So that Liam and Boris can fly around the world in luxury.
brex
‘Principle’, says David Davis! You have to giggle.
brex2
So, it’s odd then, Fluffs, that immediately England and Wales voted for it, it became a great opportunity for Scotland. How did that happen then, Pet?
brex1!
I supposed a burly man with 18 snarling dogs screamed that at you in the street, Ruth. Still, at least you weren’t pregnant at that time.
brexaf
Hmmmm… just at the time when we’ll be needing to home produce as much food as we can.
brexxi
Embarrassingly Colonel Davidson’s boss doesn’t seem to share her recently-adopted opinions that Brexit will be good for us.
brex123
Reported after David Davis made a speech in Germany.
bryng
The seriously sad thing is that, by the time any kind of serious arrangement with the EU is reached, a fair number of the people who voted for Brexit will no longer be around to enjoy it. In the meantime, the opportunities that had been available to them for 45  years of their lives will have been removed from younger people.

JUST A LITTLE LIGHT RELIEF …

 

ashit
A must-read for the New Year break.
daily-mail
… or fairies, maybe?
beex
Bless him. So generous.
theresa
She’ll rust…
theresa2
You said it, mate.
UKIP9
There’s probably another mask under there… eh, Hissing Sid…?
tory2
Start with the House of Lords.
human rights
Ain’t that the truth…?
brexmaybot
I’d be embarrassed to be seen with a person who had such a wooden smile, but I suppose it won’t bother the puppet.
bus
Ah… right.
br4
Certainly looks strong and stable to me. 
a fox ban
Yep, we need to ditch them… 

maybrex

You’ll remember the last time that old British sword of truth came out? Aye Jonathan Aitken ended up in the pokey.

bex

As we shall shortly find out.

bre

Yes, just step back. It’s probably kinder.

brex3

Those on retirement pensions better get used to living on £2000 a year then…

Brexitxmas

Jingle Bells.

brex1

Sounds like a plan.

brexmrsmay

The what of what? I mean, uhhhhh? If there was ever ANYTHING in the world that less resembled an iron lady, it’s this stuttering stumbling idiot. I’m wracking my brains to think of just one thing she’s got right.  Ever!