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don't forget they all lie not reversing hunting ban and only gonna get worse for hunting but not gonna get f****d from inside out lol

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34 minutes ago, Boss-Hog said:

don't forget they all lie not reversing hunting ban and only gonna get worse for hunting but not gonna get f****d from inside out lol

This is the first time they have a workable majority (re hunting) since the ban and it's the first time they have refused to promise a free vote on it.

Yes they a slippery c**ts but they didn't f**k us on the ban. Frankly it's best left consigned to history.

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Now they have their majority, see what excuses they find to delay it further. :laugh:

If nothing else, thank f**k we have binned off proper socialism for another generation and fieldsports are safer this morning. Unfortunately, we might lose Northern Ireland as a result...

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I'm over the moon the anti Democratic's got a grubbing. Swinson gone Sarah Wollaston my ex MP who walked across the floor gone and good riddance. Steptoe looks looks like a old man today, he has to go  now surely.

Cheers Arry

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How long before the loonies want another election because they don't think this ones fair 🤣 Honestly just wait for it 🤨

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been up half the night feeling knackered but chuffed, the traitors are leaving in there droves as we speak, don’t think anything will really change but to me this was another referendum and if boris did not have a majority like he has Brexit would be over this morning, so at least we still have hope and hopefully sandymere will be having a good long look at his self in the mirror this morning and thinking about resigning as well 🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕

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2 hours ago, Born Hunter said:

Now they have their majority, see what excuses they find to delay it further. :laugh:

If nothing else, thank f**k we have binned off proper socialism for another generation and fieldsports are safer this morning. Unfortunately, we might lose Northern Ireland as a result...

There's plenty of people who wouldn't want NI to not be part of the Union 

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17 minutes ago, Chid said:

There's plenty of people who wouldn't want NI to not be part of the Union 

It's looking shaky though mate. For the first time you have a nationalist majority and the border question remains the most contentious issue in Brexit.

I genuinely hope you remain in the Union but if the people of Northern Ireland want out then they have a right as much as anyone.

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3 hours ago, Born Hunter said:

Now they have their majority, see what excuses they find to delay it further. :laugh:

If nothing else, thank f**k we have binned off proper socialism for another generation and fieldsports are safer this morning. Unfortunately, we might lose Northern Ireland as a result...

And Scotland. This morning's result has released a seismic change in UK politics. It's going to be interesting.

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I don't agree , Scotland had a referendum, SNP lost can't keep having refs because you don't like the result or that's all your politics are based on SNP should focus on NHS and education . As for NI I don't think a ref is even on the cards it's mostly EU spin they used it as a scare tactic during the UK's EU referendum....

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Just now, jukel123 said:

And Scotland. This morning's result has released a seismic change in UK politics. It's going to be interesting.

Agreed. I think Scotland's argument is weaker than N.Ireland's but stronger than it was last week. Simply because Scotland had their "once in a generation" go at it knowing full well that we were potentially leaving the EU a couple years later. The political shift in N.Ireland is ground breaking.

The strategy really will be to delay such referendums until Brexit has settled. Hopefully allaying the concerns of many of the more marginal nationalist voters back towards the Union.

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