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Old 13th November 2019, 12:29   #24651 (permalink)
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Mis-selling of Brexit Party parliamentary candidacies the new PPI, insist cold-calling firms

Managers of unethical call centres and no-win-no-fee lawyers are jockeying for position and buying up data sets of Brexit Party candidates in the hope they can leech off their compensation claims when the penny finally drops.

Simon Williams, a personal injury lawyer who charges rent to his teenage children, explained that people in his line of work were all trying to get their hands on the Brexit Party’s ‘sucker list’.

He told us, “It’s going to be the next big thing. The candidates were obviously ripped off but I reckon the rank and file are also getting sweet-talked out of their pension money in some way.

“If you think about it, the Brexit Party has all the hallmarks of a scamming outfit. It targets the elderly and the uneducated. It gets them used to irregularities like not being a member but a ‘supporter’. It makes the victim feel special and part of a group.

“They also tested the waters by asking idiots to pay fifty quid for the privilege of walking along public footpaths and occasionally catching a glimpse of Nigel at a country pub. I’m willing to bet that the candidates were encouraged to fork out big money for ‘campaigning’ packs.”

Asked how becoming the targets of a predatory industry would help people in the Brexit Party, Mr Williams admitted he had little personal sympathy for them.

“Let’s face it, we all know many of the Brexit Party supporters think a better Britain is a white Britain. I know they come across as a bit dense, but still, how do you believe the electoral projections of someone who has failed seven times to be an MP?”

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Time to start building more mosques in Lincolnshire.

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That will show those Europeans, when we say immigration Boris says NO! [ untill he changes his mind ]
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The " take back control " lies further exposed...visas today Passports tomorrow ?

Government ‘exploits migrants for profit’ by outsourcing visa services to private firms

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...-private-firms

Visa services for overseas applicants were outsourced to a Dubai-based firm, VFS, in 2014 and the process for those applying for residency permits was handed over to a French company, Spora Steria, last year.

Take back control " my ars£ "...... what a bunch of mugs they take us for , and yet the mugs still parrot it mindlessly , any Lie will do .

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They need us more than we need them.

EU car sales grew everywhere in October, except the UK


https://uk.yahoo.com/finance/news/eu...085902266.html

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EU car sales grew everywhere in October, except the UK


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If Labour get into power and provide free broadband as promised, they will be running foul of the EU anti-competition rules.
Does this suggest that Jezza & co are really planning to leave but don't want to say, or is it another example of un-joined up thinking?
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If Labour get into power and provide free broadband as promised, they will be running foul of the EU anti-competition rules.
Does this suggest that Jezza & co are really planning to leave but don't want to say, or is it another example of un-joined up thinking?
We have already done this, there are no such rules, find a different fiction stick to beat him with
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I don't know tha answer but don't other EU states have their own railways and public transport?
So is that different?
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Right all you people who know these things could you explain why Boris's told us if we left the EU shed loads of money could be put in the NHS but today I read the Lib Dems have said if we stay in we would have £50 billion to put into the NHS and other public services because that is the saving to the economy by staying in the EU.
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I don't know tha answer but don't other EU states have their own railways and public transport?
So is that different?
Yes they do but if those that are Government owned were to be sold off like ours have then obviously that becomes a private enterprise. If a Government wants to buy them back, that could be classed as government aid ie unfair competition.
Of course that depends on our EU position.
A Government owned broadband is not the way to go for me, not that I think for one second Governments would abuse that type of free speech outlet.
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