Scotland comes to the rescue?

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reohn2
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Re: Scotland comes to the rescue?

Postby reohn2 » 1 Jul 2016, 5:38pm

Vorpal wrote:
al_yrpal wrote:
Always look on the bright side of life. :D

Al




:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Al's got it right,we've all got our cross to bear,E Class KOMRESSOR or not :lol: :lol: :lol:
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pete75
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Re: Scotland comes to the rescue?

Postby pete75 » 1 Jul 2016, 7:00pm

al_yrpal wrote:Sorry mate you are out of touch. Enjoy lording it in your E Class… :lol:


Al


Oh I will matey you needn't worry your little head about that. Personally I wouldn't lay out that much for a car but as the business pays for it......

But if you think I'm out of touch about Gove being rather untrustworthy :roll:

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Paulatic
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Re: Scotland comes to the rescue?

Postby Paulatic » 15 Jul 2016, 9:35pm

Well after today's visit it looks like she's using Scotland for a delay to article 50. :D
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53x13
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Re: Scotland comes to the rescue?

Postby 53x13 » 15 Jul 2016, 10:07pm

Paulatic wrote:Well after today's visit it looks like she's using Scotland for a delay to article 50. :D


Or, put another way: It looks as if Scotland could delay article 50 until they get a Yes vote on their Independence..
No need to renegotiate entry into the EU if you're still a member...

Sneaky, huh!?