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Sumo

War Hero
The best way forward it to do our best in unison, even an hardened remainer knows that?

Blair: 'No looking over our shoulders'

Tony Blair

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Tony Blair says Remainers must not look over their shoulders "in unrequited longing for what was".
The former Labour PM says he opposed Brexit "with every fibre of my political being" and still regrets the decision.
He also hits out at his party's "mind-boggling ineptitude", which he says "helped facilitate" Brexit happening.
But Mr Blair says the attitude of Remainers should now be "to strive to make the best of it [and] to approach it with determined optimism, not looking over our shoulders in unrequited longing for what was".
He adds: "No one in the country is going to thank us or think more of us if we behave churlishly in defeat and frankly the challenge of making Brexit work is sufficiently important for our nation, that we cannot afford to be absent from it.
"Britain is a great country. At our best, we are a great people. Our history shows us what our future can be. Time to embrace it."
 

Knotty

Lantern Swinger
The best way forward it to do our best in unison, even an hardened remainer knows that?

Blair: 'No looking over our shoulders'

Tony Blair

Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images
Tony Blair says Remainers must not look over their shoulders "in unrequited longing for what was".
The former Labour PM says he opposed Brexit "with every fibre of my political being" and still regrets the decision.
He also hits out at his party's "mind-boggling ineptitude", which he says "helped facilitate" Brexit happening.
But Mr Blair says the attitude of Remainers should now be "to strive to make the best of it [and] to approach it with determined optimism, not looking over our shoulders in unrequited longing for what was".
He adds: "No one in the country is going to thank us or think more of us if we behave churlishly in defeat and frankly the challenge of making Brexit work is sufficiently important for our nation, that we cannot afford to be absent from it.
"Britain is a great country. At our best, we are a great people. Our history shows us what our future can be. Time to embrace it."
W****r - can't stand the sight of him
 

slim

War Hero
The best way forward it to do our best in unison, even an hardened remainer knows that?

Blair: 'No looking over our shoulders'

Tony Blair

Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images
Tony Blair says Remainers must not look over their shoulders "in unrequited longing for what was".
The former Labour PM says he opposed Brexit "with every fibre of my political being" and still regrets the decision.
He also hits out at his party's "mind-boggling ineptitude", which he says "helped facilitate" Brexit happening.
But Mr Blair says the attitude of Remainers should now be "to strive to make the best of it [and] to approach it with determined optimism, not looking over our shoulders in unrequited longing for what was".
He adds: "No one in the country is going to thank us or think more of us if we behave churlishly in defeat and frankly the challenge of making Brexit work is sufficiently important for our nation, that we cannot afford to be absent from it.
"Britain is a great country. At our best, we are a great people. Our history shows us what our future can be. Time to embrace it."
He is well pissed orf. No chance now of a top position at the Dictators top table in the EU. Nim and Bercow will be crying in their champers about not being made Lord Liar of Wherever and Lord Arshole of somewhere.
 

Dredd

War Hero
Super Moderator
The best way forward it to do our best in unison, even an hardened remainer knows that?

Blair: 'No looking over our shoulders'

Tony Blair

Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images
Tony Blair says Remainers must not look over their shoulders "in unrequited longing for what was".
The former Labour PM says he opposed Brexit "with every fibre of my political being" and still regrets the decision.
He also hits out at his party's "mind-boggling ineptitude", which he says "helped facilitate" Brexit happening.
But Mr Blair says the attitude of Remainers should now be "to strive to make the best of it [and] to approach it with determined optimism, not looking over our shoulders in unrequited longing for what was".
He adds: "No one in the country is going to thank us or think more of us if we behave churlishly in defeat and frankly the challenge of making Brexit work is sufficiently important for our nation, that we cannot afford to be absent from it.
"Britain is a great country. At our best, we are a great people. Our history shows us what our future can be. Time to embrace it."
Totally agree.
 
Really shippers, all this agreement is quite sickening....:) :) :)
P.s,.......why am I MIA...like forever....is it a stoker thing?....:) :)
 

Taztiff

War Hero
Apparently we've left the EU - sort of.
Well, in Hull at least, the fridge light is still working. I was expecting armageddon and the other horses of the apocalypse to be riding through my living room by now.
Shall I give it till lunchtime before I carry on with the wallpapering? Just in case? Or listen to the 5th horse (Mrs Taztiff) and get on with it?
 

Sumo

War Hero
Apparently we've left the EU - sort of.
Well, in Hull at least, the fridge light is still working. I was expecting armageddon and the other horses of the apocalypse to be riding through my living room by now.
Shall I give it till lunchtime before I carry on with the wallpapering? Just in case? Or listen to the 5th horse (Mrs Taztiff) and get on with it?
The 5th horse may have the deciding vote ❎.
Am I know English, British or European?
I'll let you know if you miss anything before lunch.
 

SONAR-BENDER

War Hero
Well, no significant change so far! It's a bit like being asked 'how do you feel now you are 50?'- or whatever.

SO many stupid questions being asked by the presenters on BBC News!

Interesting report from Gib. Our new guy Sanchez could prove to be a real PITA.
 

Dredd

War Hero
Super Moderator
Well, no significant change so far! It's a bit like being asked 'how do you feel now you are 50?'- or whatever.

SO many stupid questions being asked by the presenters on BBC News!

Interesting report from Gib. Our new guy Sanchez could prove to be a real PITA.
The Spaniards were difficult pricks before we joined the EEC. They were difficult pricks after we joined. They will be difficult pricks after we have fully withdrawn from the EU.

Conclusion - the Spaniards are difficult pricks when it comes to Gib. And quite often even when it doesn't.

It's probably the heat.

And envy.
 

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