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The B-Ark / Re: O/T In or out
« Last post by Pete B on Today at 11:05:44 AM »
Justine Greening today calls for a second referendum >:(

She wants the voting paper to have three options.

1,   Remain in the EU

2,  Mrs May's proposals

3,  No deal

I did not hear the option of leave.  So let's put the vote back to the public, ponce it up a little bit, and make sure voters in London get off their backsides and vote and they get the result they wanted in the first place.  A cunning plan to show democracy lives me thinks >:(

"No deal" is the Brexit you want though isn't it?

The problem you have is that if the stark consequences of such a deal are laid out to the electorate, no sane person would vote for it. It's suicide. And since we've not actually bothered building any of the infrastructure needed to implement it, it's a good 5-6 years before you'll get it. And that's assuming the legal issues with WTO rules and the border in ROI can be resolved.
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The B-Ark / Re: O/T In or out
« Last post by leftbackinthedressingroom on Today at 10:31:07 AM »
All this 'we're right and was always right' coming from the remain camp is ludicrous, name a couple of things which were predicted by project fear which have materialized thus far?!  The Brexit result was simple, people DID know what they were voting for...Cameron stated pre-voting that a vote to leave is a vote to leave the single market. People knew that a leave vote was to also demand breaking ties with the EU's laws, gaining control of our borders with stricter immigration control, bringing back control of our fishing grounds, investment in UK jobs for UK workers, money saved from the EU bill put into things like the NHS etc etc....


Why are so many European Countries now finding themselves seeing such right-wing parties heading their polls if nothing is wrong with the EU? A pattern is forming, so many people in so many nations are seeing that the EU is a broken project and they are voting accordingly especially in nations under pressure from mass uncontrolled immigration. We can't get away from the latter, it is a problem which has upset so many societies and in Boston alone is the main reason over 75% voted out.

Accceptance of the Brexit result was never going to happen, there will always be, like in football, those on a winning side and those on a loosing side. But as in football, when you don't like the result you cannot demand a replay!

I am sure i will get shot down for my views, but after all, they are just that...my views. I don't proclaim that they are right nor wrong, but the same goes for the remain camp, we believe in our views. But we have to now just get on with each other and get on with Brexit as it was a clearly understood vote both before and afterwards.
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The B-Ark / Re: Jam Jar Collection.
« Last post by oxo on Today at 09:57:55 AM »
Was asked on Saturday if I was carrying on with my coins in a jam jar collection this season and the answer is YES I am. Just a reminder that this money is ring fenced and will only be used for the benefit of the fans in the new stadium, It will be for you the fans to make suggestions of how it will be spent and you will have the final say. This season promises so much with the squad being put together by Craig with the wonderful backing of the board so let's all get together and do our bit to ensure our club has the best possible chance of the brightest of futures.  UTP.
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BUFC 4-1 LUFC
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The B-Ark / Re: O/T In or out
« Last post by Dipdodah on Today at 08:55:39 AM »
Justine Greening today calls for a second referendum >:(

She wants the voting paper to have three options.

1,   Remain in the EU

2,  Mrs May's proposals

3,  No deal

I did not hear the option of leave.  So let's put the vote back to the public, ponce it up a little bit, and make sure voters in London get off their backsides and vote and they get the result they wanted in the first place.  A cunning plan to show democracy lives me thinks >:(
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The B-Ark / Re: Pre - season friendlies
« Last post by lonegunman on Today at 08:42:40 AM »
According to Twitter we have Andre Johnson a striker, Harry Middleton midfielder, (Bens brother) Sam Topliss defender and utility man, Jack Vann.
Will see if any make it to the season ahead.

The Striker looked good, Sam Topliss, I think played second half at right back, looked ok too.
The other two, I can't work out which was which!!
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Boston United 4-1 Lincoln United (409)
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Boston 3 - 2 Lincoln

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BUFC 5 - 0 LUFC 520
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Boston 2 Lincoln u 1 att 374
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