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IlfordArmy 8:29 Fri Jun 24
Gutted cunts thread
Gutted ?

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Buster 10:57 Fri Jun 24
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Looks like all of WHO's top boys were in the OUT camp.

Tells me everything I need to know.

normannomates 10:49 Fri Jun 24
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Swiss
You're welcome
The young spoilt Scrottes are only worried about the travel aspect.
If the lazy little cunts worked the farms in the summer holidays..we wouldnt require the foreigners to do it.

Hasans Fish Bar RIP 10:29 Fri Jun 24
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I always thought he was anti.EU anyway.

Changed sides you harry redknapp to.Billy Bonds/midge ure cunt

normannomates 10:27 Fri Jun 24
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Being a paddy. .he shouldn't have got one in the first place...never mind that he's fucking fraud.
Mind you..reckon he helped sway some some votes.

Buster 10:24 Fri Jun 24
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Johnson 10:21 Fri Jun 24

Johnson 10:21 Fri Jun 24
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I'm ashamed we gave Geldoff a knighthood so he can fuck off.

David L 10:07 Fri Jun 24
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Mad Dog

Geldof's probably not too keen on Fridays now either....

Mr. Burns 10:01 Fri Jun 24
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I didn't think he was british?

Mad Dog 9:45 Fri Jun 24
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Bob geldof to return knighthood as he's ashamed to be British.

Doesn't like mondays....... or democracy apparently
.

riosleftsock 7:38 Fri Jun 24
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Mart

You may be right, can't remember where I saw these stats, but I can't imagine who else in Europe buys potatoes and peat.

Either way, we have massive ties with Ireland and should do everything we can to help each other.

Mart O 7:33 Fri Jun 24
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Ags x 2.5 !

Irish Hammer 7:18 Fri Jun 24
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*Looks over shoulder

Mart O 7:01 Fri Jun 24
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Eh ? Where ?

One McAvennieeeeee 6:58 Fri Jun 24
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Someone from IRELAND getting all precious? Fucking IRELAND?

This result just gets better and better to be fair.

Mart O 6:32 Fri Jun 24
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I realised you were only half serious mate but it's one of a number of interesting things to flow from this.

Irish politicians will have to balance not stirring things up with the UK, appearing favourable to unification (irrespective of how realistic it's already a topic as we can all see for ourselves), while all the while really thinking 'fuck that' for the very valid 9-12 billion reasons Irish refers to.

Mike Oxsaw 6:25 Fri Jun 24
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Mart O 6:20 Fri Jun 24

I agree - I was being a tad tounge-in-cheek there, but you never know: some dumb-fuck attention-seeking career politician might now take it on as a flagship "look how the EU brings, through integration, peace where there was none" strategy.

Job for the EU Army, I suspect. Oh, wait...

Irish Hammer 6:24 Fri Jun 24
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It's costs you lot between 9-12 Billion to prop the North up each year

YOURS !


*dances jig

Swiss. 6:22 Fri Jun 24
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Mostly over forties racist bigots have decide the future of the younger generation. Thanks

Mike Oxsaw 6:20 Fri Jun 24
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Irish Hammer 6:10 Fri Jun 24

You could always apply to the EU for a grant to build a high-tech canal between the north & south - about 12 miles wide should do it.

We would, but we can't.

Mart O 6:20 Fri Jun 24
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Mike Oxsaw 6:03 Fri Jun 24

A whole other topic but I think Irish has a point: who'd want to take on that hornet's nest and all the associated bollocks ? I'm sure they'll quite happily leave that to the UK with a big 'yours'.

Mart O 6:17 Fri Jun 24
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riosleftsock,

60% of Irish trade is with the EU, I think about 16% is with the UK (from memory). IIRC, it's a lot higher for certain sectors, eg food/agriculture.

There's a lot of scaremongering about all this by Irish politicians/media (similar kind of stuff to what the brexiteers have been accusing the remainers of), but I see no logic in that at all. The UK and Ireland had a relationship long before either was in the EU and have every reason to continue trading.

Meanwhile, Ireland now becomes even more attractive in terms of inward investment as a low tax, low regulation (well, relatively), genuinely English speaking destination.

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