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  • ross1948 14:14 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'cross-community'o, Backstop, , , , Sinn Fein veto,   

    Malignant May Offers Sinn Fein A New Back-Stop Veto! 

    I subjected myself to watching May’s pathetic speech…

    …in which she spewed forth her latest grovel-scheme and I carefully noted her new nonsense about the ‘back-stop.’

    She must have known from the get-go that her appeasement of our enemies in Eire would subvert any deal..



    ….hence my belief that she herself deliberately set out to sabotage Brexit.

    But many people might have missed the shameful phrase that popped up among her weasel words.

    As reported on the BBC, she had originally pledged in January, I think, to “seek the agreement of the Northern Ireland Assembly,” for any additions to her sell-out in Ulster, a completely empty pledge, because….


    …. ‘Westminster was only required to seek agreement, not to get it.’ 


    ‘This has now been toughened up.’

    Oh Yeah?

    “The Northern Ireland Assembly and Executive will have to give their consent on a CROSS-COMMUNITY basis for new regulations which are added to the backstop.”

    My capitals – important, because that terminology ‘ means that a simple majority vote of the assembly would not be enough.’

    In other words, as so often like her predecessors, like the architects of sell-out, Major and Blair, May is giving equal weight to the wishes of those loyal to Queen and Country, the unionists, and to the disloyal vermin of Sinn Fein, the scum who glorify Blood-Beast Adams and the late louse Martin ‘Murder’ McGuinness..



    She’s reiterated the Major/Blair refusal to include the basic democratic principle of majority rule in the governance of British Ulster..

    Typically the BBC seems more concerned about unionists exploiting this veto power, but that should be their right, if they feel they face an existential crisis, as they should, with Traitrix May at Number Ten!

    What is grossly offensive is the blithe, almost casual way the Demon of Downing Street (not for much longer, we all pray!) hands the power of veto to the evil republicans…


    Why should terrorists hold veto power?


    …who wish nothing but the destruction of the United Kingdom and the incorporation of all Ulster into the alien republic currently run by Juncker’s mincing little buddy Varadkar.


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    Eire’s Act Of War? Limp-Wrist Leo Stamps A Mincing Foot! 

    Mind Your Erse! Varadkar Minces Into Ulster’s Internal Affairs


    May doesn’t give a tinker’s cuss about Ulster.

    The BBC does, however, draw attention to the flimsy nature of May’s ostensible ‘promise,’ viz.

    What would happen if Stormont did veto any addition to the backstop is not entirely clear.

    All we can say for sure is that there is a mechanism in the Withdrawal Agreement that ultimately allows the EU to take “appropriate remedial measures” if the UK does not update the backstop.  .https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-48359882

    ‘Appropriate remedial measures?’

    AKA – Coercion and Intimidation by their robed hit-men on the ECJ?

    • Billy King 15:26 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      We’re used to it, Ross, but nice to see you remind our fellow-British on the mainland how unfairly we get treated and the worst part is the different voting system, fixed to make sure that at least one of our 3 elected members is always a disloyal enemy of Ulster.

      I just heard that even though we vote today, our results are held back again, till after the weekend because a lot of the Continentals do their voting on Sunday!
      It is just a wee bit frustrating, keeping us in the dark like that.


      • Laurel Mathers 20:23 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Right you are, Billy, and it’s called discrimination, except when the loyal Ulster people get different voting rules from everybody else in the UK.
        As for Sinn Fein-IRA getting a veto as a free gift from May, what does any of us expect? She is a monster with no principles.


  • ross1948 04:51 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Backstop, , , , , The MEP Project, ,   

    Read This As Polls Open – Report Slams Sly MEP Swine! 

    A third of MEPs even declined to reveal addresses of their offices, gave addresses that could not be found on the map or simply refused to answer.

    That’s pretty bad.

    What have they got to hide?

    …investigations (brought together under The MEPs Project) had shown that many of these offices just did not exist….


    The question above, and the stunning conclusion, come from a report on a case lost by a group of journalists  and you should note well that these are NOT ‘populist’ or ‘nationalist’ journos.

    Not at all.

    I’m looking at a page from the fanatically Europhiliac EUObserver.

    As they say themselves –

    We, the journalists from The MEPs Project who have co-signed this opinion piece do not share a political platform.

    We have very different opinions on the future of the EU.

    However, as reporters covering European affairs, we have one common objective: to hold elected officials accountable for their decisions as well as their use of taxpayers´ money.

    I’m not going to quote the entire report, but it’s worth noting that their indictment of ‘Europe’ is not ONLY of the Strasbourg Slug MEPs..



    ….but also of the arrogant elitists on the ECJ – the very body to whose arbitrary rulings…


    evil judge


    …Theresa the Traitrix would have her sleazy deal, backstop and all, be subject.



    the European Court of Justice…decided that the MEPs’ right to privacy trumped our right of access to documents

    Euro-Jerk Judges laughing at the tax-payers?


    We thought the European Court of Justice would recognise the democratic public interest in this request.

    We thought the European parliament would share our concern and seize the chance to strengthen the legitimacy of the parliament.

    We were wrong on both assumptions.

    Given that reality, why would ANYONE in the UK want Britain to stay in a sty occupied by dirty, disreputable, greedy swine?





    In 2019, all members receive €4,513 each month for keeping offices in their home countries while not on duty in Brussels and Strasbourg.

    This allowance comes on top of their salaries (€8,757.70/month), and in addition to reimbursements for travel costs (business airfare/first-class rail fare).

    They also receive allowances for living costs (€320/day). The office allowances represents more than €40m a year.

    Out of 748 MEPs at the time of our investigation in 2017, only 53 were prepared to show documentation for actual spending.https://euobserver.com/opinion/144827


    enjoy-its from europe


    As the journos remark…

    So much for transparency of public spending.

    We did not ask what tax the parliamentarians pay or how they otherwise use their salary.

    We were not looking for information about their private lives.

    Rather we asked for documents that the European parliament is supposed to have in order to verify that this public money is spent in accordance with the rules.

    This argument was not enough to break the privacy barrier, we were told by the court.

    Their final segment is headed, accurately, with the words, ‘Lost battle...’

    Thus, we lost the legal battle. Then there was the political reaction.

    On 31 January 2019 a majority of the Members of the European Parliament voted in favour of a change of the rules that govern their expenditures.

    It will in the future be made technically possible for individual MEPs to publish a voluntary audit of their use of the General Expenditure Allowance (GEA), the office money, on their official websites.

    That is to say:

    No demand for auditing.

    No obligations to document costs.

    No accountability of how the allowances are used.

    There’s a lot more, but anyone naive enough to contemplate a vote for Remain stooge shouldn’t need ANY more!

    f the European parliament rejecting responsibility and accountability.

    This is all the more surprising as now the EU commissioners and the top officials of the EU agencies publish details about their travel expenses.

    • Mick Smith 13:27 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You got off to an early start but this is a damning indictment of ‘Europe!’
      Merkel has no principles so naturally she wont say a word about her cronies in Strasbourg.


    • Chubby Chalmers 14:41 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      We knew the slugs suck up as much of our money as they can with all those expenses, but hiding out and non-existent addresses is incredibly out of order,
      That ECJ court is up to its neck in the system, which is why they protect the MEP rip-offs from scrutiny.
      I would love to know how much tax money drains away there into the judges pockets, salaries, expenses and unlike the MEPs they’re not even elected.


    • Noreen Paterson 19:25 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A long day if you’re leafletting in a fresh breeze but I think we will win.
      Your slug story was very handy as a different talking point with people.


    • Diana 22:38 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Now that all the campaigners have fallen silent, almost, once the voting’s done, we have to wait and see.
      I read somewhere that Brussels has banned exit polls.
      Is that so and if it is so, who gave Brussels the power to tell our UK media what they can and cannot publish?


      • Adrian Bonner 23:06 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I’m afraid so, Diana. There are lots of laws about elections but as usual the UK has to do what it’s told by Brussels, or else.
        EU dictates are not to be challenged.

        I confirmed this from the BBC’s own website, and they admit that ‘there is an additional restriction in the UK for European elections…it is a criminal offence to publish exit polls or opinion polls which ask people how they’ve voted (anywhere in the EU) before 22:00 BST on Sunday 26 May.’

        British political leaders have never stood up to Brussels on this and I have never heard of any media protests either. To me, it’s not something I care much about, one way or the other but I don’t like any bossy rules from anywhere so I looked it up.

        The excuse is that if Brits vote for a left or right party, for example, today, then the Greeks or Italians (who vote on the weekend ) might be influenced by the British results, which is pretty illogical if you ask me, and insults the intelligence of the Greeks and Italians, as if they can’t think for themselves!
        In the USA results on the Atlantic coast are announced while Californians are still voting but nobody thinks that’s a problem.


        • Ernie Lyon 22:30 on May 25, 2019 Permalink

          Whatever UK law says about banning exit polls, it is not being applied in other countries.
          I just watched news from Dublin, all about the exit polls there.


        • ross1948 13:56 on May 26, 2019 Permalink

          Ernie, and all others bemused by this topic, I have just found a brief explanation of the exit poll mystery, in EUObs, that Brussels-friendly site that has its uses.
          Here’s the link.


      • Pamela 23:21 on May 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Diana, you will be arrested and charged if you try to conduct an exit poll.
        It’s the British Government acting as enforcers for the EU again.
        I think it’s ridiculous.
        Nobody is obliged to say how they vote but why should it be a crime to ask politely?


    • Brian Cessner 01:24 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I have been catching up on the news about the European election and maybe we are at cross purposes but in Holland exit polls are happening. Euronews has a short report https://www.euronews.com/2014/05/22/wilders-anti-eu-party-pushed-to-fourth-place-in-netherlands-exit-polls
      So are exit polls illegal or not?


    • David Terelli 09:34 on May 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A Google check, lots of news about exit polls. I also double-checked that BBC site. No exit polls.
      This is intriguing.


  • ross1948 15:02 on April 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Block the Budget', , Backstop, , , illegal condition imposed by Brussels,   

    Grow A Set, May – Block The Brussels Budget! 

    I was just catching up with the Bloody Biased Claptrap news this morning…


    BBC EU flag


    …and heard one of their minions tell us that one of the ‘conditions’ likely to be laid down by The Enemy high command in Brussels may well be that the UK commit to a ‘constructive EU role’ until whatever deal is done.

    You might ask what that means, but the BBC went on to enlighten us.

    The Enemy is anxious the Britain might use the power it legally still has to ‘Block The Budget!’

    So while Tusk and Juncker wear mealy-mouthed smiles and continue to pretend to be the United Kingdom’s ‘friends…’


    theresa junkcer judas


    …they simultaneously seek to coerce the UK, browbeat Brits into swallowing whole whatever new waste of tax-payers’ money they decide they want to impose.

    Incidentally, by resorting to this manoeuvre, The Enemy is in wanton disregard of its own legal responsibilities!

    European law prevents the EU from demanding legally binding conditions that would formally limit Britain’s rights.  https://www.ft.com/content/3924a7ac-5559-11e9-a3db-1fe89bedc16e

    Scofflaw Swine!


    The Enemy knows the British Government has indisputable veto power but they are issuing an illegal diktat demanding that the UK veto be forfeit…


                        ..or else?!?

    I noted this potential power not that long ago, an option long open to May’s negotiating team…



    ….which, exercised properly, could bring the EUSSR to a grinding standstill.

    Since The Traitrix is so partial to those who claim that wishful thinking can bring about a sex-change…

    Mrs. May Set To Poison Tots’ Minds 

    Forget Guy Fawkes – Make It St. Theresa Of Transgendria

    …why will she not MAN UP!

    A short sharp ultimatum – tear up the dirty deal, drop the backstop, bin the billions bill, repudiate that insolent move against Gibraltar…

    Strasbourg Slugs Gang Up Against Gibraltar! 


    …or else!

    • Cal Cobb 16:01 on April 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Let me get this straight.
      They won’t let Britain extend its stay as a member of the European Union unless Britain promises to vote as they tell us on every decision they want to get passed?
      We are to pay into their budget but we are not to disagree with any part of it that they want to get through?

      I would not believe it but I checked your sources with the links you offer and what you say is 100% accurate.

      If May accepts that, if she sinks that low, she is even worse than any of us thought.
      Theresa the Traitor truly.
      Or Traitrix, as you like to put it


      • Petra Malley 17:58 on April 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Listening to the news over the last 24 hours, May’s endgame has become very clear.

        As I think was always her intention, she will work with Corbyn to bind us to Brussels with an expanded version of her rejected deal. It will be little different from EU membership and will certainly prevent any independent trading arrangements.

        What is most jarring is that it will be almost certainly be put to a referendum with no Leave on the ballot paper. The choice will be her Non-Brexit or Remain.
        There will be massive abstentions and spoilt papers, but either way, Brussels will have defeated us.

        As I have said before, when the fighting begins, we will need good leaders.


        • Phil Webster 21:02 on April 3, 2019 Permalink

          From all I’ve been reading, I would say it’s going to turn out as you predict, Petra.
          If May cheats us with a phoney choice in a second referendum, then all bets are off and gloves off too.


      • Fiona F 18:57 on April 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        You have got it straight, Cal.
        Ross sometimes errs but not this time, because that media link is irrefutable. The EU rulers have no legal right to make her collaboration with their decisions a condition.
        If May agrees to be ‘constructive’ and do what she’s told at EU Council meetings, then don’t blame Tusk and Juncker, blame her.
        She is content to be a puppet.
        Norway had a ‘leader’ like her once, named Quisling.
        The Norwegians put him against a wall and shot him in 1945.


    • Val Thorpe 16:15 on April 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      She hasn’t the guts to block their budget. She is a traitor and some of us knew that from the moment she became PM, a Remainer telling us that she was now a Brexiteer. Traitor and Liar, as big a liar as Juncker and at least he admits he lies, for whatever that is worth.
      You do well to explain that what Brussels is imposing on Britain is illegal even by their own court ruling.
      That tells us all we need to know about their ‘rules,’ which they will bend and break whenever it suits their purpose.
      I would draw a conclusion, that their illegality releases us from any duty to comply with their laws.

      The next thing we have to do is elect a pro-British government.
      If we are kept in by May, we will need to elect a British PM to block everything, until they apologise, return the bill money and dissolve all legal ties and controls they have over us.


    • Noreen Paterson 17:01 on April 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Don’t be sexist!

      She doesn’t need to ‘man’ up!
      The best battler we had in Downing Street was not a man but a woman.
      The problem with May is not that she is not a British MAN.
      It’s that she is not British, not in any meaningful way.
      Her first loyalty is to the European Union and always has been.


    • Ned A 07:26 on April 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Hey, mate. I see Rees Mogg has taken up your idea.
      He did a tweet, ‘if a long extension leaves us stuck in the EU we should be as difficult as possible. We could veto any increase in the budget, obstruct the putative EU army and block Mr Macron’s integrationist schemes.’

      I wish May would get real like that but I cant see it. She is a hopeless case.


  • ross1948 17:00 on February 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Backstop, , ,   

    Get Stuffed, Brussels! Not A Penny! Not An Inch! 

    The overweening arrogance of those damn Euro-Commissars knows no bounds.

    EU wants UK to pay Brexit divorce bill also in case of a no-deal Brexit

    • The European Commission warned the UK that it must pay the £39 billion Brexit bill that forms part of the withdrawal agreement also if there the withdrawal agreement is not approved.
    • ==

    Apart from the arrogance, and the greed, what is surely most striking about that sentence is the ILLOGIC embedded in the EUSSR mentality.

    Brits who are uninfected with the Europhiliac virus are opposed to the dirty deal done by Theresa the Appeaser.

    The rip-off ‘Brexit Bill’ is one of the reasons it is unacceptable. So is the ‘backstop.’

    Brussels says both are non-negotiable, and Juncker the Drunkard has made it clear that if his mincing little buddy Varadkar does not have his ‘backstop,’ then the UK has no withdrawal agreement and will leave their ‘European Project’ in a ‘crash-out…’


    …or what unintimidated Brit patriots call a CLEAN BREAK!


    Whooppeee, respond True Brits.

    But if Britannia can break free and be without a backstop, so too logically can she be without all or any other ingredients of the dirty deal…

    …including the ‘bill.’

    By logical corollary, if Brussels maintains it can still demand the bill, it must also imagine it can still enforce a backstop.

    Time to dust down the battle-ships and RAF war-planes.

    No a penny! Not an inch!


    • Billy King 14:30 on February 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Dublin will never give up on trying to take over Ulster, and those Brussels Bs will help them all they can.
      Why should Britain pay any Brexit bill.
      All they do is take our money and give us a wee bit back for projects with their propaganda banners stuck all over it.


  • ross1948 23:19 on January 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Backstop, , , , ,   

    Poles Break Brexit Ranks, Defy Brussels Backstop Bullies – Eire Quivers! 

    I’ve always liked Poland!

    I knew a few Poles in Britain, who had come over after we sold their country down the Vistula in 1945.

    I was also out in London with my Solidarnosc placard…

    Hasil gambar untuk solidarnosc

    …when they were fighting for freedom in 1981.

    And I have done my bloggy best for them, all the time their enemies in the Brussels Empire…


    Brussels Wants War? Send YOUR Solidarity To Poland Today! 

    …with the wannabe quisling Tusk, have waged political war on Warsaw on totally spurious grounds, seeking to make a brave people bend the knee to supranational rule, of which the Poles had plenty, thanks very much, during the long years when the Communist regime served the Soviets.


    Now I hope every Brit who reads this, and many more besides, will send an email to the Polish Government to say a huge thank-you for their courage…

    Image result for poland first to fight


    ….in being the first EUSSR member-state to break ranks and express a rational approach on the hated ‘backstop.’

    THE first cracks in the EU’s solidarity with Ireland on Brexit have emerged after Poland suggested the ‘backstop’ could have a five-year limit. In a development that will seriously worry officials in Dublin… 


    There should of course be no ‘backstop’ at all, no appeasement of those SOBs in Dublin!

    Image result for evil irish

    But is it not a thought to be savoured, that after all these months, through which the arrogant upstarts in Eire have done their malevolent worst to exploit the Brexit situation to further their aggressive expansionist ambitions, now – at last – somebody, not alas in London but in Warsaw, can ‘seriously worry’ the swine?

    Bravo, Poland!

    Here’s the email address!

    • Billy King 00:40 on January 22, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Hello again, twice in 24 hours you get a round of applause, Ross.
      I will send a greeting to the Poles and I hope some other leaders in Europe do what Poland has done.
      Dublin has been like a rat chewing away at the bonds betwen Ulster and the rest of the United Kingdom. Time to take a stick to the rat and drive it down whatever hole it can find.


    • Mack the Knife 14:02 on January 22, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The Poles are great. Britain should long ago have used its EU veto power to stop Brussels bullying of Poland over the media and court issues.
      While the UK is still a member, that power could still be used with great effect.
      But that’s how honest people show gratitude!
      Far too much to expect of a worm like Theresa May.


  • ross1948 16:38 on January 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Backstop, , , ,   

    Europhiliac Schizophrenia! When Does ‘Ruled Out’ Mean ‘Ruled Out?’ 

    Spot the inconsistency!

    However, hardline Brexiteers reject this draft agreement, saying this so-called backstop solution could keep the UK tied to the EU for decades –

    – something EU leaders have ruled out…


    …May has already tried to get some kind of guarantee that keeping the UK aligned with the EU customs union would be time-limited…

    …but EU leaders ruled that out-

    – arguing the backstop is an insurance policy to keeping the border open, and cannot be time-limited.


    So the Brussels Empire ruled out that their ‘backstop solution could keep the UK tied to the EU for decades…’

    But have also ‘ruled out’ that their backstop solution can be time-limited.


    Image result for double talk

    Double-talk, from LIARS!

    • Edward Lamont 17:59 on January 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      They are liars, not to be trusted. Juncker, on one of his sober days, even said so.
      No deal, clean break, disinfect Britain from the Brussels disease.


    • Noreen Paterson 19:18 on January 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      So our lords and masters will have us believe their extension of control is only a little while, but they dare not give us any legal recourse when that turns out to be another lie?
      May cannot conceivably believe that, but she expects us to?


    • Ian Mallory 20:29 on January 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      We can never trust anything said by the European Union. Even if they did add an assurance,they have their politicised ECJ judges to rule in their favour if it came to a dispute between us and them.
      A Clean-Break exit is the best way forward and if MPs in Westminster accede to anything less then we need to teach them that we, the people, are the rulers in our country.


    • Pete Matheson 00:29 on January 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, we all hate the Brussels bullies but there is one bunch of b-st-rds we hete more.
      Take it from me, nobody who voted Leave will ever trust party politicians ever again.
      They have trodden all over a democratic decision which they vowed to respect.
      God may forgive them but we will not.


    • Roy Lassiter 12:26 on January 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What was it Churchill said, about the Third Reich.
      We are dealing with evil things?
      So lets have NO DEALing with the Fourth Reich.


    • Mack the Knife 13:11 on January 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Today I see Brussels is offering a stay of execution, deadline delay, and that means they must be desperate.
      If our MPs were on our side,they would use that desperation to exact a fair settlement.
      No Brexit bill and no backstab backstop.
      If they won’t take Britain’s side, they do not deserve to be allowed any further say.
      Leave was our decision and not theirs.
      MPs are getting in the way of democracy and that is a dangerous place to be.


  • ross1948 20:33 on January 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Backstop, , , ,   

    Ulster Jim Demolishes Bogus ‘Need’ For Backstop! 

    Trust TUV’s Jim Allister to square up to the Europhiliacs!




    Even within the space of one newspaper article –


    – he successfully demolishes the May-niac case for the Brussels Backstop, which as we know is a construct created by –

    A   – Eire’s expansionist ambitions to undermine British Ulster and detach it from the rest of the UK

    Image result for evil irish


    B – EuroCommissars’ determination to punish Britons for their referendum vote in favour of reclaiming self-government.

    If you read what Jim says, you’ll find the TUV leader’s unvarnished optimism and his clear-sighted arguments extremely refreshing.

  • ross1948 18:01 on December 17, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Backstop, , , , , dishonest Euro-Commissars, , Luxembourg Compromise 1985, ,   

    Whatever Brussels ‘Backstop’ Bilge May Brings Back…Take Note of This! 

    What happened in 1985 shows what any communique, memorandum, appendix, codicil or statement, tossed like a much-craved bone to a begging bitch…



    …will actually mean when it comes to the crunch!


    The Luxembourg COMPROMISE HAD NO LEGAL STATUS, but was a


    referring to disagreements between France and the five other founding member states of the EEC.



    Despite this the compromise was abided by until December 1985 when the…

    ..presidents and prime ministers of the member states agreed to forget it…

    Related image

     …and allow each other to deny they had agreed to forget it..


    The United Kingdom is facing a foe as unprincipled as can be.

    Image result for twisted


    Unfortunately, their self-serving Prime Minister matches the Euro-Commissars in her disdain for the British people and will without doubt seek to con them with a Munich 1938 action replay…


    …flaunting a piece of paper as worthless as a nine-bob note!

     Image result for nine bob note

    • Fiona 19:53 on December 17, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Very relevant to the dickering between May and Juncker at the moment.
      Brussels is a nest of vipers, always has been and always will be.
      I don’t think highly of British MPs,most of them, but will they be so stupid as to trust any promises made by the European Union that are not engraved in stone?


    • Bernard Cathren 22:32 on December 17, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I can remember seething about that when it happened.
      May is a fool if she thinks she can trust any of those Eurocrats.
      All the evidence however points to the fact that she is not a fool. She is doing a very clever act right now of presenting herself as a Boadicea battling the foe.
      You and I aren’t fooled but I worry that a lot of people will be.


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