Germany ‘Prepared to Wave Goodbye to Britain’

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PostThu Nov 08, 2012 4:51 pm » by Willease

Annabella wrote:Your posts were removed because your comments are redundant.
Tell you what, how about taking some time off...banned!

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Hey lady, I never even heard of you before that day. I just happened to be on Skype at the time and went along with the joke on you. None of us thought you would take it this serious. :oops:

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PostThu Nov 08, 2012 5:07 pm » by Annabella

Nuff said 'bout this matter. Apologies accepted. Lay off the booze..


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PostThu Nov 08, 2012 6:49 pm » by Toxic32

We just don't like being led by the nose with a German hand pulling the string.


But the rest of the sheeple in the EU do.

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PostFri Nov 09, 2012 2:44 pm » by Willease

ANGELA Merkel has demanded Britain stump up £400million more a year to the EU during tense Downing Street talks with David Cameron.
The German Chancellor rejected the PM’s plea to freeze Brussels’ budget for the next seven years.

All EU nations should hand over a total of one per cent of their joint national incomes, Mrs Merkel insisted during a three hour dinner on Wednesday night.

That would send the UK’s net yearly contribution spiralling to £7.8billion a year.

The hand-bagging is a big blow to the PM and leaves him facing humiliation at a summit of all 27 leaders in two weeks.

Quizzed on whether a deal was close, the PM’s official spokesman admitted: “There is a way to go yet. There are more discussions to be had, they are always complex.”

Meanwhile, a new poll reveals just 28 per cent of Brits would vote to stay in the EU in a referendum.

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PostFri Nov 09, 2012 6:14 pm » by Dagnamski

Oh come on it'll be a larF!

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