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and that hyphen Brita-in makes me think, for those of you who watched Community, of a new and strangely appropriate expression: "They Britained it."
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Wonder if Darrell Hammond could do Boris as well as he did Bill? At first I thought that :^: was Darrell doing Boris.
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Choose Life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a fucking big television, choose washing machines, cars, compact disc players and electrical tin openers. Choose good health, low cholesterol, and dental insurance. Choose fixed interest mortgage repayments. Choose a starter home. Choose your friends. Choose leisurewear and matching luggage. Choose a three-piece suit on hire purchase in a range of fucking fabrics. Choose DIY and wondering who the fuck you are on Sunday morning. Choose sitting on that couch watching mind-numbing, spirit-crushing game shows, stuffing fucking junk food into your mouth. Choose rotting away at the end of it all, pissing your last in a miserable home, nothing more than an embarrassment to the selfish, fucked up brats you spawned to replace yourselves. Choose your future. Choose life...

Choose Brexit.

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Frankie Boyle:

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An article the Guardian pulled at the last minute because they objected to the word "bummed' on the grounds of taste.
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Much as this new cabinet looks like the Monster Mash, it must be a nice change for the Tories to have a few frontbenchers whose mum and dad didn’t get out of the back of the car when they arrived at parent’s evening. Normally, the Prime Minister is obliged for Occult reasons to find a place in cabinet for someone representing each of the Archetypes in the classic Tarot of Tories : The Jester; The Toad; The Shapeshifter; The Well Groomed Man; The Pederast; Lord Business; Shagger Without Portfolio; The Other Pederast; The Unknown Woman; and The Bummed Man.
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she placed Boris Johnson, looking more than ever like a nightmare Terry Gilliam had about an Emperor penguin, at the Foreign Office. Boris's appointment has certainly divided people, into those who don't want to be represented by him abroad and those who're just glad that he'll be out of the country more often. Foreign Office. You'd think by now it would be the dept for International Relations and Co-operation or something, but no it's the Foreign Office, an office, for dealing with foreigners.
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For what it's worth, all the indicators are that May is a vehemently pro-corporate Tory who is probably well to the right of her own traditional right-wing, and this is possibly the most right wing cabinet in modern history. And yet, paradoxically, I think we are about to enter a time when we will put our petty divisions aside, when we will learn to co-operate fully, when we will raise our consciousness from the mundane. We will have to do this in order to survive, and we will, in the Re-education camps. I'll see you there.
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UKIP's Steven Woolfe says he's 'fine' after altercation - BBC News

Keep it classy, UKIP.
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OK, it's come to this.

Due to the falling pound* importers are increasing prices and some retailers** are refusing to stock them.

Britain is going to run out of Marmite.

Pound falls below $1.22 as Brexit sparks Marmite price row – business live | Business | The Guardian
Tesco removes Marmite and other Unilever brands in price row - BBC News
Unilever finance chief defends company over price row with Tesco | Business | The Guardian

Now, Marmite may be made in the UK but it's owned by a European company. This is the reality of Brexit.

So ...


(Probable credit: Lucy Connelly - I'm sorry, but sometimes someone has to make the...)


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** Eg Tesco, the ones who made a £5.3 billion pound loss
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... which, concerning a fight for independence, is curiously topical.
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Copycats. We did marmageddon 4 years ago

'Marmageddon' sends NZ into a spin - National - NZ Herald News
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Hmm, includes a recipe for making your own, in the ultimate civilisational disaster of no product being available at all.

Makes it clear it will take a while:
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1) Put a litre of brewer's yeast with a little salt, in a bain-marie. Simmer at 30 to 40 degrees Celsius for ten hours.
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9) Let the mixture reduce into a Marmite like texture.

The entire process takes about ten days.
Doesn't make clear that this will probably produce about half a teaspoonful of "marmite".
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I hear there is currently some discussion about the question if triggering article 50 is something a PM can actually do as an executive decision, or if it requires a parliamentary vote. I don't think they would be able to pass that vote at the moment - could this be something that triggers snap elections, effectively giving the UK another chance to reconsider?
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I think technically nothing stops the PM triggering Article 50 in itself.

But Brexit requires repealing the European Communities Act 1972, and an Act of Parliament can only be repealed by another Act.

Given that what everyone wants to do more than anything else is argue, there are arguments that invoking article 50 includes repealing this act, which would mean the PM couldn't do alone.
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Brexit: Court battle looms over rights of Parliament - BBC News

From the linkIf the government loses its case in the British courts, they could eventually go to the European Court of Justice. It raises the possibility of a truly strange scenario - Brexit ministers asking European judges to overturn the decision of the British courts.
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A point of note for republic dwelling posters, in a British Commonwealth Parliament, the Prime Minister is not the executive. The executive is the Crown, currently Queen Elizabeth or her viceroy, the Governor General who is appointed by some political mechanism that varies from place to place for a term. Usually five years? But also my vary.
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The transcript of the court case so far as been released, if you enjoy reading such things!

My reading as a complete layman is that this is a slam dunk for the claimant(?), and that Parliament is going to be told it needs to vote.

Which will lead to the entertaining process of watching the government try to persuade Parliament to vote for new treaties they can't even describe, because there can't be any negotiating until it's triggered.

It turns out treating an advisory referendum as binding undermines parliamentary democracy. Who knew?
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MPs have right to block brexit deal, no 10 admits
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Not quite. The lawyer during the case is making two claims.

The first is contrary to a claim by the claimant, which is that Article 50 can be revoked. This seems at odds with the whole point of Article 50 (it would 'frustrate' the whole point of there being a timetable!), so I don't believe this at all. But it's also what Junker has said! Ultimately this might require the European courts to second.

The second claim is that it is “very likely” that MPs and peers will be given a vote once the withdrawal negotiations are finished. Obviously the reversibility of Article 50 is pretty key to the context of that statement. A vote is pretty useless if the choice is between accepting the outcome of some negotiations, or being ejected from Europe without any successful negotiation at all!
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I think technically nothing stops the PM triggering Article 50 in itself.

But Brexit requires repealing the European Communities Act 1972, and an Act of Parliament can only be repealed by another Act.

Given that what everyone wants to do more than anything else is argue, there are arguments that invoking article 50 includes repealing this act, which would mean the PM couldn't do alone.

You should make it where the king
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Via This 'Proud To Be British' Hoodie On Amazon Has A Small Apostrophe Problem | Huffington Post who also say

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“AS A PROUD NATIONALISTS WHO CAN ONLY TYPE IN ALL CAPS IM SO GLAD THAT FINALLY THERE IS A HOODIE THAT USES THE SAME KINDS OF SPELLING MISTAKES THAT I USE WHEN RANTING AT GROSS LEFTIES AND MUSLAMICS ON FACEBOOK. GOD SAVE THE QUEEN,” writes Michael Haggart.

“Thank god. No more inculcating my kids with guardian-style apologetic post-colonical rhetoric before sending them round to their flag-waving friends’ birthday parties/EDL marches!” says PF McIntyre.

Or as Pete simply puts it: “Finally, a product for people who love England but don’t love English.”

We couldnt have put it better ourselves.
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Parliamentary approval needed for Brexit, high court rules | The Guardian

From the llinkParliament alone has the power to trigger Brexit by notifying Brussels of the UK’s intention to leave the European Union, the high court has ruled. The judgment, delivered by the lord chief justice, Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, is likely to slow the pace of Britain’s departure from the EU and is a huge setback for Theresa May, who had insisted the government alone would decide when to trigger the process.


Next stage: HMG will take it to an appeal in the supreme court. I can't see any grounds for such, and if they bring it I think they must lose.
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