IdleRich

IdleRich
Why are people like this? What kind of person do you have to be to see some kids climbing shivering out of a boat after a no doubt terrifying night crossing that was just the last stage on a really shitty journey and your first thought is "why don't we send gunboats to sink them?". I thought you said ALL LIVES MATTER you fucking wankers.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Why are people like this? What kind of person do you have to be to see some kids climbing shivering out of a boat... and your first thought is "why don't we send gunboats to sink them?".
Someone utterly fucking twisted and evil. Heartless beyond belief. Someone with a dried up piece of shit instead of a soul.... a piece of work so nasty that you.... oh, figures...

Priti Patel 'backs' sending Navy to tackle migrants as 250 cross Channel in one day
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Staff member
Of course, his first instinct is to immediately deny a statement which is (I assume) verifiably true.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Well, I assume that he's going to make some convoluted argument about how the circumstances kept changing and so his switching sides and then switching back again and then again and so on does not in fact represent his mind changing at all. Which is obviously bollocks of course but not quite so demonstrably false as it would be if he actually tried to claim that he didn't vote as the voting record showed.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
So they're saying that the Tories are about to pass some laws that will deliberately contradict and overrule the agreement that they designed and signed a few months back... basically a deliberate fuck you to the EU as they try and negotiate some deal before the fast coming deadline - and one that will obviously totally undermine the UK's credibility as a nation that can at least be trusted to stick to the deals it makes, just at the time when the country is about to try and make new deals with pretty much every country in the world.
 

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Who loves ya, baby?
It said he believes the UK-EU withdrawal agreement is legally ambiguous and would leave Northern Ireland isolated from the rest of the UK, something that was unforeseen when he agreed to it last year.
Perhaps his most shameless lie yet.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Asked for assurances that the UK’s Internal Market bill, which was due to be published the following day, did not violate international obligations, Brandon Lewis, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, replied, "I would say to my honourable friend that, yes, this does break international law in a very specific and limited way."
Oh so that's ok then....
 
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Who loves ya, baby?
Michael Howard and Norman Lamont have attacked the government over this stuff with the withdrawal bill now.
 

WashYourHands

Well-known member
If a pair of Satanic bollocks like that are speaking out......

4 years of demonic power-playing, then the floods earlier in the year, then Covid and a pending US election in Nov to follow.

Fuck off 2020. No-one likes you (you do care), not even with the glowing nostalgic shudder of Millwall away.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
“The PM has said he wants to bring unity to the country... I therefore congratulate him on having in one short year united his five predecessors”
Miliband pointing out that all living PMs have criticised Johnson's bill to override the deal he wrote and signed six months ago.
 
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