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  • #174613

    Ferret
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    I don’t know about Boris breaking the law but there are multiple crimes against the English language on here.

    peidiwch â gofalu am y Saeson mewn gwirionedd. Rwy’n Gymro ac yn falch.

    rydych chi’n deall yr hyn sy’n cael ei ddweud a’i olygu

    ond hei pwy sy’n poeni

    pathetig.

    Well I don’t speak Welsh but I’m gonna have a stab at the final word and tbh I’m not getting a positive vibe.

    #174614

    dewi73
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    Thor wrote:
    Ferret wrote:
    I don’t know about Boris breaking the law but there are multiple crimes against the English language on here.

    peidiwch â gofalu am y Saeson mewn gwirionedd. Rwy’n Gymro ac yn falch.

    rydych chi’n deall yr hyn sy’n cael ei ddweud a’i olygu

    ond hei pwy sy’n poeni

    pathetig.

    Can we keep this thread in English, we’re not in Gwynedd

    #174616

    Thor
    Participant

    Can we keep this thread in English, we’re not in Gwynedd

    Yeah when the pedantic English don”t get so funny

    Blah blah blah.

    They clewrly know what is meant and said

    They can Smell check the Welsh if they want

    #174618

    limbo
    Participant

    With all the commotion about the Proroguing of Parliament and the Supreme Courts statement, it was nothing to do with Brexit…

    I wonder what view would have been taken regarding the Proroguing of Parliament under different circumstances.
    Say for instance if the Scottish referendum on independence had succeeded and the UK Parliament was holding up the legitimate right of the Scottish people to withdraw from the UK and they were not being allowed to leave because “other parties” thought that they shouldn’t leave, if they didn’t have the right “deal”, (3 Years later).
    Which everyone knows of course is a euphemism for not allowing them to leave at all.
    Its beyond imagination the outrage the Scots would rightly feel.
    Unlikely and bizarre as seems Boris Johnson could have been a Scottish hero!!

    To take it one hypothetical step further and substitute Scotland for Wales what would our local MPs position be then ?
    That he couldn’t support it, because it was his duty to represent all the people of Wrexham / Wales

    #174619

    Thor
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    With all the commotion about the Proroguing of Parliament and the Supreme Courts statement, it was nothing to do with Brexit…

    I wonder what view would have been taken regarding the Proroguing of Parliament under different circumstances.
    Say for instance if the Scottish referendum on independence had succeeded and the UK Parliament was holding up the legitimate right of the Scottish people to withdraw from the UK and they were not being allowed to leave because “other parties” thought that they shouldn’t leave, if they didn’t have the right “deal”, (3 Years later).
    Which everyone knows of course is a euphemism for not allowing them to leave at all.
    Its beyond imagination the outrage the Scots would rightly feel.
    Unlikely and bizarre as seems Boris Johnson could have been a Scottish hero!!

    To take it one hypothetical step further and substitute Scotland for Wales what would our local MPs position be then ?
    That he couldn’t support it, because it was his duty to represent all the people of Wrexham / Wales

    If it takes 3 years and counting to leave EU ( after 40 years) then the negotions and Divirce settllement for Scots to leave GB will.be

    ££££££££££ s and years

    #174623

    Wrexham1
    Participant

    With all the commotion about the Proroguing of Parliament and the Supreme Courts statement, it was nothing to do with Brexit…

    I wonder what view would have been taken regarding the Proroguing of Parliament under different circumstances.
    Say for instance if the Scottish referendum on independence had succeeded and the UK Parliament was holding up the legitimate right of the Scottish people to withdraw from the UK and they were not being allowed to leave because “other parties” thought that they shouldn’t leave, if they didn’t have the right “deal”, (3 Years later).
    Which everyone knows of course is a euphemism for not allowing them to leave at all.
    Its beyond imagination the outrage the Scots would rightly feel.
    Unlikely and bizarre as seems Boris Johnson could have been a Scottish hero!!

    To take it one hypothetical step further and substitute Scotland for Wales what would our local MPs position be then ?
    That he couldn’t support it, because it was his duty to represent all the people of Wrexham / Wales

    If it takes 3 years and counting to leave EU ( after 40 years) then the negotions and Divirce settllement for Scots to leave GB will.be

    ££££££££££ s and years

    I also think the same thing would have happened had Scotland voted Yes

    #174627

    Matt
    Participant

    Can we keep this thread in English, we’re not in Gwynedd

    No, but funnily enough we are in Wales – ironically named individual.

    Anyone with half a brain cell will just stick it into the good old Google Translate – but here’s 10 seconds of your time saved.

    don’t really care for the English. I’m Welsh and proud.

    you understand what is being said and meant

    but hey who’s worried

    pathetic.

    This thread needs to be prorogued.

    #174668

    Ferret
    Participant

    Can we keep this thread in English, we’re not in Gwynedd

    No, but funnily enough we are in Wales – ironically named individual.

    Anyone with half a brain cell will just stick it into the good old Google Translate – but here’s 10 seconds of your time saved.

    don’t really care for the English. I’m Welsh and proud.

    you understand what is being said and meant

    but hey who’s worried

    pathetic.

    This thread needs to be prorogued.

    It’s great to get help from the young ‘uns who know their way around blue teeth and the like. I accidently translated it into an obscure arabic script. Oddly, the last word translated to “paatheti”.

    #174687

    wrexview
    Participant

    After all tha arugements about Parliament not sitting and how urgent it was to get MP’s back to the Palace of Westminster and what happens, after three days the House of Commons is empty , no sitting!

    #174689

    Matt
    Participant

    After all tha arugements about Parliament not sitting and how urgent it was to get MP’s back to the Palace of Westminster and what happens, after three days the House of Commons is empty , no sitting!

    They are already taking advantage of Corbyn’s 4 day week most of the time as they only sit on average 13 Fridays per year!

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