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Re: EU post referendum discussion [see page 136, T&Cs apply with zero tolerance]

Post by trampie » 15 Feb 2019, 09:56

King Arthur and King Alfred are two different people, Arthur was fighting the incomers and to this day is sleeping waiting for the call along with his knights of the round table to come to the Britons aid and slay the vile Anglo Saxons, that is what history leads us to believe. Alfred was a Saxon.

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Re: EU post referendum discussion [see page 136, T&Cs apply with zero tolerance]

Post by trampie » 15 Feb 2019, 10:08

Billy Whiz wrote:
15 Feb 2019, 09:49
Just because someone calls himself King of the Britons doesn't mean he is King of the Britons. Rhodri wasn't even king of all Wales.

Rhodri the Great
If you want someone that was King of Wales and ruled all of Wales, then we are talking 1057 or there abouts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gruffydd_ap_Llywelyn

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Post by trampie » 15 Feb 2019, 10:34

With the potential of the UK 'union' breaking up after Brexit, accentuated if there is no deal, then lots of commentators are speculating that Scotland may go down the line and that there might be a united Ireland down the line but as regards Wales not only are there lots of migrants in Wales from England but some Welsh see England [Lloegyr] as the old country, the occupied territories, would the Welsh want to cut off their old lands and just claim a portion that is currently Wales ?...…….hmm

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Re: EU post referendum discussion [see page 136, T&Cs apply with zero tolerance]

Post by trampie » 15 Feb 2019, 10:42

Here is a map showing Lloegyr
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lloegyr, look at all the land belong to Cymry [Welsh], even Lloegyr still had loads of Cymry there.

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Post by trampie » 15 Feb 2019, 10:45

Anyway back on track of the EU, its the SNP and Plaid that are providing the real opposition to the Government as Labour are on the same side as the Conservatives [its been like that for a third of a century plus and still counting].

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Post by trampie » 15 Feb 2019, 13:47

Wow, it seems like 'no deal' is still a possibility with time running out, it maybe best for the Celtic countries in the long run, 'no deal' might lead to catastrophic changes in the UK, we could be heading that way, will Westminster Parliament stop just short of the cliff edge ?

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Post by trampie » 15 Feb 2019, 14:08

Chief sec of the Treasury currently in Cardiff to see the Welsh and Scottish finance ministers who both want to know if EU cash will be replaced by the Treasury ?
Parts of Wales had objective 1 EU status as well, there could be big repercussions ahead.

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Re: EU post referendum discussion [see page 136, T&Cs apply with zero tolerance]

Post by bluenosey » 15 Feb 2019, 20:46

trampie wrote:
15 Feb 2019, 10:45
Anyway back on track of the EU, its the SNP and Plaid that are providing the real opposition to the Government as Labour are on the same side as the Conservatives [its been like that for a third of a century plus and still counting].
Trampie, old bean, I could be wrong but I thought Wales voted to leave the EU too ?

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Re: Post Brexit UK break up (and Wales being great)

Post by bluenosey » 15 Feb 2019, 20:46

PS Love the thread title 8-)

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