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    Whether you are a remainer or leaver, surely you can agree things are looking bad in term of politicians in power.

    We have the highly likely chance that Boris Johnson will be our Provisional Prime Minister in October. This is the Scruffy, zip wire, hard to take seriously Boris Johnson representing our country.

    Not only that, but unless the silent (traitor) Jeremey Corbyn, right wing Farage or the surprise return of Miliband/Clegg, we could end up with someone who has barely been in charge if their own party suddenly become the PM.

    Even then, a new PM may have to oversee a likely Scotland, Ireland and Gibraltar referendum.

    Thought? Agree/Disagree?
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    Out of **** comes nutritional nitrogenous compounds that are good for plants, usually.
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    (Original post by oShahpo)
    Out of **** comes nutritional nitrogenous compounds that are good for plants, usually.
    So that is why the IRA used to acquire so much fertiliser


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    (Original post by nulli tertius)
    So that is why the IRA used to acquire so much fertiliser


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    That's not what I meant by my analogy... but sure why not :P
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    So very dark :afraid:
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    So very dark :afraid:
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    4 months until it happens.
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    Looking forward to Boris Johnson Thug Life Complications.
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    Honestly I hope they have a referendum. Our politics is at a dark time. Scotland has been screwed over by England for a long time this will just make it worse.
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    (Original post by DJBay123)
    4 months until it happens.
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    Looking forward to Boris Johnson Thug Life Complications.
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    Don't even m8, don't, just don't :rofl:
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
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    Don't even m8, don't, just don't :rofl:


    Am I the only one seeing a long code there?
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    -Boris the snake becoming PM
    -Farage being applauded
    -Corbyn's cabinet against him.
    -Brexit being still a mystery.

    Yup I would say we have entered a pretty dark time in UK politics...
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    (Original post by DJBay123)
    Am I the only one seeing a long code there?
    No, have tried to fix it, does it work now?
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    Sos rip dignity :cry:
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    (Original post by oShahpo)
    Out of **** comes nutritional nitrogenous compounds that are good for plants, usually.
    and toxic to humans
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    No, have tried to fix it, does it work now?
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    Sos rip dignity :cry:
    It works now. Inb4 he calls Corbyn a great supine protoplasmic invertebrate jellies.
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    -Boris the snake becoming PM
    -Farage being applauded
    -Corbyn's cabinet against him.
    -Brexit being still a mystery.

    Yup I would say we have entered a pretty dark time in UK politics...
    The brexiter politicians are going back on their promise over immigration.
    The Brexiter politicians are also remaining quiet,its becoming quite obvious none of them planned for what they will do if they won .
 
 
 
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