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16/06/2016 - 07:07
Little Englanders wave their flags - and don't think of the consequences.
16/06/2016 - 16:04
Little Englanders as you say do not wish to be part of an ever changing EU that will take more and more control of our country
21/06/2016 - 09:09
Lets not join the rest of the world. Far better to be a little European with our bankrupt mates and look forward to bailing out Greece again and all the others who need a handout. Fortunately lots of other poverty stricken countries want to join our club so we will be able to welcome many thousands of new friends who will eagerly come to us and help our economy. Bye bye Britain.........you WERE Great.
23/06/2016 - 09:09
Well that's welcoming. That's inclusive - well done you.
Say you've paid £20 to go to a house party. A party that's been arranged, there are balloons, booze and a DJ, but you don't like the music and there are some random people turning up that you don't know. So instead of suggesting a new song, or making the effort to speak to these new people you decide to get out and start your own party. You invite China, Australia and Norway and it hasn't cost you anything so you've saved £20, but China send a text requesting that you have to arrange transport for them, Australia won't come unless there's a bbq. You ask for some money in advance but they flat out refuse. So you spend £20 on drinks a bbq and a taxi and tell them to come. They're busy, they'll be late. You walk past the house party and everyone's drinking cold drinks, Jägerbomb's and laughing. But it doesn't matter cos you're your own man. Then you bump into China but he can't speak a word of English, and hates your beer.
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