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posted on 17/2/17

What will happen to an Historical British Armed Forces
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There'll be plenty of empty seats at Ibrox soon enough. They can dreep right into them for free.

comment by LMC (U8502)

posted on 17/2/17

We are not a United Kingdom though.

posted on 17/2/17

I'm a regular viewer of the show which gives a good insight into peoples concerns regarding life at home and abroad.
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Stopped reading after that bullshiite

posted on 17/2/17

comment by OK, so it is STILL me. Ye call me Subs anyway.... (U5683)
posted 36 seconds ago
I'm a regular viewer of the show which gives a good insight into peoples concerns regarding life at home and abroad.
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Stopped reading after that bullshiite
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Consider yourself lucky. I read the last bit.

posted on 17/2/17

It really does pain me to think that voters are happy to split up the UK without really giving a thought to the internal and external consequences.
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Ah ha

You see this is where you get it wrong.

You see the people who voted to leave the UK thought of everything, weighted up the pros and cons

Where as the people who voted to leave the EU didn't

Or something like that if you believe the folk who say these kind of things.

In saying that I voted to stay in both the UK and the EU
Borders should be coming down not going up

I probably have a bit of that wrong but would need to ask a create borders with the UK while not creating borders with the EU person
They are the only folk who understood....the 'stuff'

comment by Hector (U3606)

posted on 17/2/17

Borders should be coming down not going up
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100%.

I do think Russia are at it, the baldy heeded cold warrior and his mid life crisis, yearning for the good old days has used technology to fk with our heads.

Old Queenie has been in her sick bed for months but got out of it to open up the new cyber defence centre, she knows, her kin's future wealth is at stake.

posted on 17/2/17

Nah!!! FREEEEEEEEEEDOOOOOOOOOOM!!!

The world is fecked regardless, might aswell feck our end up own our own terms!!!

comment by Mr T - (U20754)

posted on 17/2/17

Scotland (and the rest of the world) is in a massive pile of steaming dung. I've never been so pessimistic about the future for my kids.

Cameron scored a massive own goal on Brexit. Now we're damned if we leave and damned if we don't.

Indyref 2 - The SNP are too busy w@nking themselves into a frenzy about this as a possibility and trying to use Brexit as a point scoring system that they've taken their eye off the ball up here. Unemployment increases for the third month in a row as the UK falls. Education is also poorer and the NHS is dying a death of a thousand cuts.

Independence will not help any of this. If we can't govern ourselves well with the devolved powers then what hope once you throw defence etc. into the mix.

Europe doesn't want us. They keep telling us that but Sturgeon has her fingers in her lugs shouting na-na-na-na. The Spanish, Italians and the Belgians don't want to set a precedent for their want-away areas. Away from Britain, our biggest trading partner, we'd be proper fcked short to medium term.

As for the border mess - what's more worrying that radicals entering is the amount of kids missing. Literally tens of thousands have disappeared since reaching Europe and not one country actually gives a damn. The fact that we've now gone back on our commitment to take in 3000 is a national disgrace. We helped make them homeless FFS.

Globally, Russia is not the enemy that we are being told it is. Not by a long shot. The US is far more concerning with it's ongoing wars and illegal operations all round t he world. Constantly poking the Chinese is more concerning than what is happening with Russia.

Meanwhile more concerning from a humanitarian point of view are the Saudis with British help massacring thousands in Yemen, Israel continuing it's ethnic cleansing and maintenance of the biggest open air concentration camp in Gaza, Darfour and the surrounding area is seeing routine massacres, Iraq is close to collapse, ISIS is gaining more power through US arms, North Korea seems to have stepped up it's game to prove that they've still got the most mental leader in the face of stiff competition from the Donald.

If we didn't have fitba and TOWIE to distract us or we'd all go mad.

posted on 17/2/17

definitely one for the lorraine kellys knickers test

posted on 17/2/17



In saying that I voted to stay in both the UK and the EU
Borders should be coming down not going up

πŸ‘Like wee ladies knickers
That said I'll vote yes again
Ever the democrat I accept the decision

posted on 17/2/17

Indyref 2 - The SNP are too busy w@nking themselves into a frenzy about this as a possibility and trying to use Brexit as a point scoring system that they've taken their eye off the ball up here. Unemployment increases for the third month in a row as the UK falls. Education is also poorer and the NHS is dying a death of a thousand cuts.
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All of which is the fault of the basturt Eng I mean Westminster folk...

posted on 17/2/17

The NHS doesn't fall under Scottish rule, does it?

posted on 17/2/17

comment by PointyBirds (U8853)
posted 3 seconds ago
The NHS doesn't fall under Scottish rule, does it?
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Scottish NHS is devolved.

There are long winded discussions to be had about funding and the ramifications of privatisation in England and how that impacts funding of the Scottish NHS, but I'm really not in the mood to go into it.

posted on 17/2/17

Scottish NHS is devolved.
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Ah, okay.
But our NHS is still better than theirs, isn't it?

It's Friday. Someone give me good news.

posted on 17/2/17

Anyway, this section of the OP caught my eye:

"It really does pain me to think that voters are happy to split up the UK without really giving a thought to the internal and external consequences."

I would like to think that almost all Yes voters have given this a thought.

In fact the (much derided) white paper by the SNP specific described their approach to these issues.

comment by Mr T - (U20754)

posted on 17/2/17

comment by PointyBirds (U8853)
posted 17 seconds ago
Scottish NHS is devolved.
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Ah, okay.
But our NHS is still better than theirs, isn't it?

It's Friday. Someone give me good news.
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Glasgow hospitals are world leaders in dealing with stabbings and slashings.

posted on 17/2/17

comment by PointyBirds (U8853)
posted 2 minutes ago
Scottish NHS is devolved.
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Ah, okay.
But our NHS is still better than theirs, isn't it?

It's Friday. Someone give me good news.
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my 4skin has stopped hurting

posted on 17/2/17

why should boarders go down?

what do you have separating your garden from another? a fecking fence right?, if your neighbour wants to chat to you he/she knocks on your door or calls the house. why should national boarders be different?

i don't' get it.

also, The SNP are a disgrace that i do agree on

posted on 17/2/17

comment by Music Is My Time Machine!!! (U19525)
posted 7 seconds ago
why should boarders go down?

what do you have separating your garden from another? a fecking fence right?, if your neighbour wants to chat to you he/she knocks on your door or calls the house. why should national boarders be different?

i don't' get it.

also, The SNP are a disgrace that i do agree on
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borders!!

wtf is going on today???

posted on 17/2/17

also, The SNP are a disgrace that i do agree on
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In what sense?

Or are we just speaking generally?

comment by Mr T - (U20754)

posted on 17/2/17

comment by simon_bhoy - standing unseen right in front of dave king (U16215)
posted 8 seconds ago
comment by PointyBirds (U8853)
posted 2 minutes ago
Scottish NHS is devolved.
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Ah, okay.
But our NHS is still better than theirs, isn't it?

It's Friday. Someone give me good news.
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my 4skin has stopped hurting
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That's only cos it's no longer rammed up a dog's bum

posted on 17/2/17

comment by Mr T - (U20754)
posted 5 seconds ago
comment by simon_bhoy - standing unseen right in front of dave king (U16215)
posted 8 seconds ago
comment by PointyBirds (U8853)
posted 2 minutes ago
Scottish NHS is devolved.
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Ah, okay.
But our NHS is still better than theirs, isn't it?

It's Friday. Someone give me good news.
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my 4skin has stopped hurting
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That's only cos it's no longer rammed up a dog's bum
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this is true

posted on 17/2/17

comment by IvanGolacIsMagic (U5291)
posted 3 minutes ago
Anyway, this section of the OP caught my eye:

"It really does pain me to think that voters are happy to split up the UK without really giving a thought to the internal and external consequences."

I would like to think that almost all Yes voters have given this a thought.

In fact the (much derided) white paper by the SNP specific described their approach to these issues.

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Telt yee

The yessers thought of everything

The stay in the EU folk did the same

The rest ur aw dafties who didnae

comment by Mr T - (U20754)

posted on 17/2/17

why should boarders go down?
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If they can't pay the rent by normal means...

posted on 17/2/17

QT has become the Jeremy Kyle show of political debate.

Yet I still tune in…

I have yet to see anything like an intelligent debate (even in the HoC’s) in regard to the UK’s future trading relationship(s).

Anyway, if you think Scotland has it bad, spare a thought for NI. We didn’t even have an Executive to produce a white paper, and are basically passengers in the Tory Brexitmobile.

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