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Yesterday, 10:44 pm
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Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Brexit Party, how long will it last ?

Then they should aim higher.
Yesterday, 10:40 pm
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Sadly, and I do mean sadly, there is some truth to this. I knew a guy who was anti-Brexit from the get go even though he wasn't at all fond of the EU and actually kind of wanted the UK out of it....
Yesterday, 9:53 pm
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Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

I've always thought exactly that but the fact they're doing those checks regardless still puts them way ahead of how EU nationals are vetted at the UK border.

The home country ties don't apply...
Yesterday, 9:52 pm
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Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Yet according to a certain individual on this board, the UK is an international pinnacle of xenophobia and racism.
Yesterday, 9:50 pm
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Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

If you want to call me right wing then go right ahead. I don't consider it an insult or a slight like many others do however it is utterly inaccurate when used to describe me.
Yesterday, 7:31 pm
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Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

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That quote should be printed on a giant billboard and put directly outside the front window of any champagne socialist and anti-fa moron in the country.
Yesterday, 7:29 pm
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

No you need only look at the agreements between Australia and NZ or the US and Canada. Much less restrictive than their policies towards other countries but any trace of a serious criminal record or...
Yesterday, 7:27 pm
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

The article I read this morning said that he didn't want to pay for a spousal visa application because that would "cost thousands" even though that would entitle his wife to NHS care. .

Given the...
Yesterday, 5:23 pm
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

You just can't accept that other people disagree with you can you?
Yesterday, 5:22 pm
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Even giving him the benefit of the doubt, as you seem to want to do, surely it was his responsibility to research that properly in advance. He shouldn't expect the UK tax payer to pick up the bill...
Yesterday, 5:19 pm
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

My problem isn't with that. My problem is that his wife was given special dispensation to travel to the UK and then issued with a tourist visa. He now wants the NHS to fund the birth of his child and...
Yesterday, 5:17 pm
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

OK so in other words you're telling me that a proud Canadian gay man who lives with his long-term husband of a different ethnicity and nationality and spends his weekends campaigning for...
Yesterday, 3:27 pm
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Perhaps and maybe there's some truth that the UK hasn't done enough to protect itself in that regard. It certainly didn't do so prior to Polish accession anyway and we have the previous Labour...
Yesterday, 3:23 pm
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

I actually think that policy is slightly unfair however it's an unfortunate biproduct of Britain's obsession with maintaining a generous but extremely poorly managed and restricted welfare state....
Yesterday, 3:19 pm
Replies: 19,045
Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

I think if you compared my views to most Americans, Canadians or Australians then my views would be firmly in the liberal arena. It's just an insane aspect of modern British culture that being...
Yesterday, 11:16 am
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

I'm engaged to a foreigner FFS. When have I ever once said that I despise all foreigners? As I said yesterday, either put up or STFU.
Yesterday, 11:05 am
Replies: 1,049
Views: 49,886
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Brexit Party, how long will it last ?

Not if they want to be taken in any way seriously by anyone outside The Sun's readership she wouldn't.
Yesterday, 11:02 am
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Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

There rightfully shouldn't be one. Unfortunately in this country the two things tend to go hand in hand.

I'm going to ignore your normal inflammatory horseshit regarding my perception of...
Yesterday, 10:52 am
Replies: 19,045
Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

I think you're wrong on that one but I'm happy to agree to disagree if it saves yet another slinging match.
Yesterday, 10:48 am
Replies: 19,045
Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

I just find illegal immigration to be extremely insulting to both the citizens of said country and those who bothered to go through the immigration process properly. Additionally it leads to...
Yesterday, 8:46 am
Replies: 19,045
Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Have you ever actually read the blogs and social media posts by these idiots? Communist is probably the closest political term to describe them.
Yesterday, 8:41 am
Replies: 19,045
Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Tell them that and not me. Where I live all of the millennial leftists seemed to be out in force urging votes for Corbyn in the last election, all despite the fact that his position on Brexit was...
Yesterday, 8:36 am
Replies: 1,049
Views: 49,886
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Brexit Party, how long will it last ?

Hopkins never struck me as being politically ambitious in any serious way. To enter and remain politically viable in this country requires some element of mindful coordination and responsibility....
Yesterday, 8:28 am
Replies: 19,045
Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

How would you describe Britain's army of moronic social media-obsessed champagne Communists then? They seem to associate themselves with the far left regardless of whether the far left wants them to...
Yesterday, 8:26 am
Replies: 19,045
Views: 568,205
Posted By DigitalGhost

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Very little. However, it will prevent people from legally migrating to the UK under the EEA treaty option and therefore also choose the Surinder Singh route, two options which really should never...
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