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TOPIC: Boris and Brexit
#222358
Boris and Brexit 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
Sign a contract; then break it.
This is the morality of the UK in 2022.
 
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#222363
Wyot

Re:Boris and Brexit 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
I studied law at University with the Northern Ireland Minister:

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Some of his views on the socially disadvantaged (and various other groups) he aired down the union bar (albeit aged 19...) could, if repeated, ruin his career today!

He was a troubling figure back then: drifting pompously around campus in tweed jackets, utterly obsessed by politics and Lady Thatcher in particular.

His side kick (who shall remain nameless) used to drive to campus in a jaguar and later fled the country on charges of embezzlement.

This is perhaps Conor's moment in history: trying to drum up support for breaking a contract.

I am sure this was not the stuff of his dreams back then...

What a sorry spectacle it all is.
 
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#222402
Green Man

Re:Boris and Brexit 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
I love this guy..

 
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