Brexit


#703

And the Irish Pubs are great for showing English Premier League games, in fairness.


#704

And Scottish soccer ball :basketball: we’re very open to other cultures. Sher someone told me we even play cricket now


#705

Here you, those Scottish clubs were founded on the sales of Irish catholic mass cards. They’re as Irish as the Blarney Stone!


#706

Was that not Rangers?


#707

Contrasting opinions in the headlines.


#708

Pretty sure :joy:


#709

The legends signage. Still be fresh looking in 50 years.


#710

Theresa May became the most expensive Foster parent in the world today …


#711

Why the DUP love to be part of the Union … :joy:


#712

It’s so messed up. So the magic money tree does exist!


#713

Get your wood pellet boilers …


#714

I wonder did she promise to invade Clontibret?


#715

£100m per vote.

Meanwhile, Lizzie Windsor is to get a £6m per annum increase in her salary.


#716

Who is funding the DUP and Brexit?


#717

Class


#718

“Vague assaurances”

The train wreck continues


#719

It seems mr Davis doesn’t like details, this is the brexit minister who harps on about being prepared to walk away with no deal when it turns out the gonbeen hasn’t even bothered to cost out the damage walking away without a deal would do. Basic stuff you would have thought.


#720

A bad deal (as with the DUP) being better than no deal suited the Tories when it came to securing their role in government.


#721

This is not dodgy at all


#722

Someone mentioned Baldrick elsewhere … well here’s a cunning plan … :flushed::flushed::flushed: