MORE BREXIT MADNESS

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

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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?
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And, talking of ridiculous…
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Yes, Lord Bramall, it is. Indeed it is.
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Stunning. What did she promise Dacre for that? Lord Dacre of Brexit?
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And today they managed to make their own policies illegal…
Breden
Oh yes. Let’s be like Denmark.
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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.

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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.

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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!

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Please, someone, rescue us from this…

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!AB

WHO SHOULD PAY FOR TRUMP’S JOLLY?

Humza Yousaf Retweeted ScotsPolFed

It is simply unacceptable that UK Govt has so far refused to say that they will pick up the policing bill for President Trump’s visit, he is a guest of the UK Govt. I’ll be writing to the UK Govt demanding an urgent resolution to this matter.

We did not invite him. I’m pretty certain most of us don’t want him here.
What do you think?

!there you go

So, there you have it.

Post Brexit jobs crisis sorted.

When you get paid off from your highly-skilled Aircraft factory job, you can easily get a job picking rasps. Well, for at least 2 months, off and on, dependent on the weather and the ability/willingness of someone else to pay the rent/food/electricity on the days you get no work.

Thank goodness for a brilliant PM, I say.

(Thanks to Ross Colquhoun for bringing it to my attention.)

ANYONE HERE SEEN FLUFFY?

Fluffy must have been needed in the kitchen to make a nice cuppa for Theresa after her hard day of being told over and over on social media by economists, journalists and lay people alike, that there is:

NO

BREXIT

DIVIDEND

Hopefully, however, there will be a Brexit Davidend.

AS USUAL, AN OBJECT LESSON IN USELESSNESS

Ian Dunt Retweeted The Andrew Marr Show

Someone needs to sit down with her and say: ‘Don’t smile. When you smile you look like someone who has never smiled naturally in their life & had to learn how to do it from a book.’

She pointed out that you can’t have a situation where, when they are negotiating with the EU, you have to consult with parliament before you agree to anything.
Of course, the EU will have to go back to its own parliament and the parliaments of all the member states, and I believe, in some cases, devolved parliaments, to get THEIR approval, but somehow that seems to be impossible for this cack-handed prime minister.
She might, when she was saying that, have forgotten that not so long ago, when she was negotiating in Brussels she was dragged from her meeting to take a phone call from one  Arlene Foster who proceeded to tie her hands in a granny knot. Of course, that particular dinosaur denier is not an MP.
To go back to Ian Dunt’s point, someone really needs to coach her on the way she deals with people.
She really has no earthly idea. Not only when she is smiling (although that is utterly horrific), but even when she talks.
I thought that Thatcher was a patronising bitch, but May takes that particular skill to a whole new level.

 

RANDOM THOUGHTS

!5
Lead us, says Gordie, but from the rear, behind that big door there, in the cellar and never expect anyone to listen to anything you say, you stupid Jocks. How’s staying in the EU working out, Ruthie? And Theresa, maybe you want to have a word with Fluffy, you know other than “black with no sugar and a small rich tea”.
!6
Fluffs, when you finished washing up, maybe have a word with the Maybot. (It’s black with no sugar and a small rich tea, by the way.)
!7
P r o m o t i n g and P r o t e c t i n g, Fluffette. Jeez, you are SOOOOOO Bad at your job, aren’t you, poppet!
!c2a3mundel
Does anyone else remember that being mentioned before the referendum? Nah, nor me. It was just getting shot of the foreigners and the bus with the ludicrous promise splashed all over it. 
!dilusional
Och, Pauline, ya wee scone. You come and shout at me for marching next Saturday in Bannockburn. And if it makes you feel better, throw a wee hissy fit, then I’ll buy you a nice cup of tea and Munguin will tell you a story of how he became a media mogul… (Oh, and it was 90,000+ that time. Yer arithmetic’s fell dodgy.)
!DWP
Initiated by the odious creeps’ odious creep, Iain Duncan Smith of Betsygate fame, continued by successive DWP ministers and now delivered incompetently by this evil item.  As Stuart Campbell said, Incompetent and Evil. That’s quite a combination. Probably excellent qualifications for a job in the Tory Party. Oh wait…
!labour
Why are people always walking out on the Tories? Rhetorical question, folks. Oh, and what was it that Labour MPs were saying about the SNP walk out?
Atory
Now we know: Outlaw, Robber, Brigand.  Seems like a good place to exile them all to.

Over 5000 people have joined the SNP in the last few days. I’d like to say that we welcome you all. Together we can do this.

And finally, to those Scots, and folk around the world, (and very specially to Abu, who’ll be here in a few days), who are celebrating the end of Ramadan, Munguin and I wish you all ‘Eid Mubarak’.