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Awesome Brexit News!

On 29 Aug 2018 at 8:40am Casual Observor wrote:
And as a two fingered salute to those who doubt the Conservatives can deliver a successful Brexit, Theresa May announces a new trade deal with Africa worth 2.4 bn and all it cost us was a pledge to invest 4bn a year in African economies.

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On 29 Aug 2018 at 8:49am theykeepcoming wrote:
Get in! Thanks Casual Observer.
Score 10/10
Corbyn must be furious. His tax and spend on sh*t policies are in tatters.
Have a great day.
On 29 Aug 2018 at 9:06am Celia wrote:
Isn't it sad when people start a thread then use a different name to congratulate themselves?
On 29 Aug 2018 at 9:15am Dexter wrote:
Brilliant, break out the Union Jacks.
As that deal totals 0.7% of our exports then there's only another whopping 99.3% to sort out. There's plenty of time to sort that out isn't there!
Apart from Botswana they're all basket (cases and I'm not deluded enough to think Botswana is going to make this nation rich. Now where's the champagne (sorry, English sparkling wine)?
On 29 Aug 2018 at 9:27am theykeepcoming wrote:
Isn't that right Celia... is Mark off sick today?
On 29 Aug 2018 at 9:56am Earl of Lewess wrote:
I sometimes wonder if these posts are a Tory plot to make Corbyn supporters look like obsessive fanatics.
On 29 Aug 2018 at 10:19am Casual Observor wrote:
EOL, no these posts aren't a tory plot, I'm just highlighting how pathetic the whole situation is... Brexiter, Bremainer, Conservative, Labour, it doesn't matter we're all going to get screwed equally.
Meanwhile the like of Rees-Mogg have moved the relevant parts of their businesses into Ireland so they're not affected by Brexit.
On 29 Aug 2018 at 1:30pm Hugh Kneecorn. wrote:
Brexit will be wonderful.Free beer and bacon sandwiches for EVERYONE!
On 29 Aug 2018 at 3:32pm Huge Kneecorn from wrote:
kneeling and brown nosing.
On 29 Aug 2018 at 6:56pm Really? wrote:
The British attempt to make trade deals in Africa is laughable and too little, too late. China and other emerging economies have been in there for 10 years+ now, investing in the long term and taking advantage of some of African economies' rapid growth. It's a testament to ignorance, assisted by the media (who only mention Africa in the context of drought or war), I guess because they know Joe Public not interested in anything else. Our colonial and neo-colonial history in Africa, as elsewhere, is shameful and embarrasing. And don't even get me started on May's changing the nature of British aid to support `enterprise' (neo-colonialism reloaded much?).

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