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Just what you need to make you feel better

File: 7039e5f10c18f9e⋯.jpg (104.87 KB, 1096x616, 137:77, stormy.jpg)

4b3451  No.236869[Reply]

Storm Eleanor: Travel disruption and homes without power

>thousands of homes lost power and travel was disrupted after Storm Eleanor battered the UK with gusts of up to 100mph (161kph).

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42549441

Windsor council leader sparks fury after demanding police clear the area of homeless people before Prince Harry marries Meghan in May

>Conservative Councillor Simon Dudley has accused rough sleepers of 'aggressive begging and intimidation' and wants them moved on before Prince Harry ties the knot with Meghan Markle in May.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5232557/Council-boss-demands-police-clear-Windsor-homeless.html

UK leaving single market for TPP could hit workers' rights, union warns

>trade unions have issued a warning about the possible impact on workers’ rights if Britain leaves Europe’s single market and instead seeks to join a flagship Pacific trading group after Brexit

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/jan/03/liam-fox-says-uk-considering-option-of-joining-pacific-trade-group

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e69677  No.237624

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>>237620

Helps me feel lad.


e69677  No.237626

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e69677  No.237627

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e69677  No.237628

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End of thread.




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08e37b  No.236121[Reply]

Here's to a bright new year with lots of joy lads and lasses.

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f25885  No.236865

Got work tomorrow thank fuck


f25885  No.236866

File: fe651c635aacd9a⋯.jpg (259.51 KB, 548x852, 137:213, IMG_20180103_100049.jpg)

Night lads

Someone needs to do a new thread nao


507fe6  No.236867

>>236866

night lad


e5e3a4  No.236868

>>236866

night lad have fun


cc819a  No.236871




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e6ee83  No.235347[Reply]

Links

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19edf5  No.236116

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>>236113

Psychic lad.


f4bb9d  No.236117


588f1e  No.236118

>>235745

l-lad the moon rises every day not every month


73dcd0  No.236119

LETTING THE DAYS GO BY

LET THE WATER HOLD ME DOWN

LETTING THE DAYS GO BY

WATER FLOWING UNDERGROUND


19edf5  No.236120

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Night lads and lasses, take care.




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9516a9  No.234648[Reply]

Will she be a lovely j.ewess?

Will she be Greek?

Will she be Russian?

Find your beautiful wife today. Post j.ewesses tbh

now some links for this post-Christmas thread

UK weather: Snow causes travel delays and power cuts

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42490947

>Heavy snow and ice have disrupted road and air travel in parts of the UK and left thousands of homes without power.

>Drivers were at a standstill on the A14 in Northamptonshire for several hours, while a lorry crash on the M1 blocked the motorway.

>The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for ice overnight across most of the UK.

France expected to make 'absurd' demand that Britain helps fund Calais border controls after Brexit

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/12/27/france-will-demand-uk-contributes-costs-new-customs-posts-brexit/

>Britain is facing demands to help France pay for the cost of setting up new customs posts at its Channel ports after Brexit.

>Theresa May will meet the French President Emmanuel Macron for an Anglo-French summit next month, The Telegraph has learnt, at which the border issue is likely to be raised.

>French politicians and officials believe Britain should contribute towards the cost of tighter border controls, as it currently does under the Le Touquet treaty.

Labour voters could abandon party over Brexit stance, poll finds

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ecf185  No.235346

>>235342

Ye lad, i have a feeling that even tomorrow will be pretty good tbh


0fe931  No.235348

>>235347

New==

>>235347

nouveau


1da1fb  No.235349

File: f7a754a584dd2aa⋯.jpg (65.37 KB, 600x400, 3:2, ofcoursebane.jpg)

should we do a poll to find out which /newbrit/ poster is most likely to be a spy?

http://poal.me/6riodv

http://poal.me/6riodv

http://poal.me/6riodv


f7f79c  No.235358

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ecf185  No.235374

>>235348

where you off to new years lad?




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6071d9  No.233924[Reply]

MERRY CHRISTMAS

NO LINKS, GET OFF /NEWBRIT/ AND SPEND TIME WITH YOUR FAMILY

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6959b1  No.234644

How do we break free


6071d9  No.234645

File: 7ce8814b5e6048e⋯.jpg (98.89 KB, 736x1030, 368:515, kat dennings.jpg)

baking new thread

>>234644

pic related


6959b1  No.234646


cea63f  No.234647

>>234645

thanks lad


6071d9  No.234649




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f59386  No.233352[Reply]

TAKE PRIDE IN CHRISTIAN HERITAGE

>Britons should "take pride" in their country's Christian heritage at Christmas, Theresa May has said

>in her Christmas message, the prime minister said there is a "confidence… that in Britain you can practice your faith free from question or fear"

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-42469087

'Leoncy' as British Army spends £2million to ditch famous 'Be the Best' slogan because top brass fear it's ELITIST

>the British Army is 'wasting' millions of pounds of taxpayers' money to scrap its famous 'Be the Best' motto – because top brass say it is elitist

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5209215/Army-ditch-Best-slogan-say-elitist.html

Huge health gap revealed between UK’s rich and poor

>children from poor families are far more likely to end up in hospital A&E departments or need emergency treatment for conditions such as asthma and diabetes

> the nation’s poorest teenagers were found to be almost 70% more likely to appear in A&E than their less deprived counterparts

https://www.theguardian.com/inequality/2017/dec/23/health-gap-between-uk-rich-and-poor

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241d14  No.233928

>>233927

Come on lad, it's Christmas. Give the lad a break.


81dbcb  No.233948

Happy bday Jesus


5327a6  No.233970

Had enough of Christmas now


241d14  No.233973

>>233948

Merry Christmas.

>>233970

Nvm lad it's nearly over.


858f20  No.233977

>>233973

>>233970

>>233948

We're in the other thread.

>>233924

>>233924

>>233924>>233924

>>233924

>>233924>>233924

>>233924

>>233924




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6306db  No.232612[Reply]

Year 415 (CDXV) was a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Honorius and Theodosius (or, less frequently, year 1168 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 415 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

>Constantius, Roman general (magister militum), drives the Visigoths out of Gaul. He captures the usurper Priscus Attalus, and sends him under military escort to Ravenna.

>The Visigoths invade the Iberian Peninsula and begin to conquer territory taken previously by the Vandals. King Ataulf and his pregnant wife Galla Placidia leave Gallia Narbonensis; they relocate at Barcelona. Their infant son, Theodosius, dies in infancy, eliminating an opportunity for a Roman-Visigothic line. Ataulf is assassinated in the palace while taking a bath. Sigeric succeeds him, but after a reign for seven days he is also murdered.

>Autumn – Wallia, brother of Ataulf, becomes king of the Visigoths. He accepts a peace treaty with emperor Honorius, in return for a supply of 600,000 measures of grain. After the negotiations he sends Placidia to Rome with hostages.

Toys R Us staves off collapse after rescue talks

http://www.bbc.com/news/business-42437955

>Toys R Us has staved off collapse after creditors backed a rescue plan for the UK retailer.

>It follows last-minute negotiations with the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) to secure a £9.8m injection into the company's pension fund.

>However, the rescue plan entails closing 26 of its 105 UK outlets, putting 800 jobs at risk, although no stores will close until spring 2018.

>Toys R Us employs 3,200 staff in total in the UK.

Theresa May seeks to reassure UK's Polish residents

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b7723a  No.233356

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bb90cc  No.233358

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>>233342

Do whatever you want with it


b7723a  No.233361

>>233358

>the good doctor

AMEN


b7723a  No.233365

File: 7addb910508d83e⋯.gif (443.08 KB, 500x340, 25:17, scullyeyerollsmh.gif)

literally who are half these people




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531698  No.231907[Reply]

[insert something here]

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91cc37  No.232609

That looks b8 as fuck


696e32  No.232610

>>232609

>>232608

ye doesn't it.


91cc37  No.232611

New thread plz


5f54f6  No.232615


6ef58c  No.232616

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File: 1234f1e170a32db⋯.jpg (54.97 KB, 500x610, 50:61, Queen Jew 33.jpg)

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Khazar Milkers




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aa723a  No.231192[Reply]

Considered making a cocaine OP but I thought ya'll dislike it, like you did when I made that one about weed. Let it be known that good ol shrop cares about his fellow man, and has a heart of gold.

Anyhow remember to follow your dreams lads

Former PM takes on UK-China investment role

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42377177

>David Cameron is to take on a new role leading a UK government-backed investment initiative between Britain and China.

>The former prime minister will take charge of a £750m ($1bn) fund to improve ports, roads and rail networks between China and its trading partners.

>The government said working with China's Belt and Road Initiative would create jobs and boost trade links.

>It comes after Chancellor Philip Hammond's two-day trip to China.

>The Belt and Road Initiative was first unveiled in 2013, but this year China's President Xi Jinping pledged £96bn ($124bn) for the scheme.

Revealed: the best place to live in the UK

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/uk/revealed-best-place-live-uk1/

>A peaceful corner of Hampshire, one of the least deprived areas in Britain, has perhaps understandably reclaimed its crown as the best place to live in the country.

>This "tranquil" district has been awarded the top spot by lender Halifax five out of six times, but briefly lost its crown to Winchester last year.

>Halifax's quality of life index quantifies where livPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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b0febb  No.231903

>>231902

This isn't what sweden used to be about


1e520c  No.231904

had a wank shak emy head


aa723a  No.231905

700


856640  No.231906

>>231902

but you love mushrooms smh


856640  No.231908




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b8a543  No.230443[Reply]

Year 412 (CDXII) was a leap year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Honorius and Theodosius (or, less frequently, year 1165 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 412 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

>The Visigoths, led by king Ataulf, move into the south of Gaul. He establishes his residence at Narbonne, and makes an alliance with emperor Honorius against the usurper Jovinus.

>Emperor Jovinus elevates his brother Sebastianus as co-emperor (Augustus) and takes control of Gaul.

>Heraclianus, governor (Comes Africae), revolts against Honorius and proclaims himself Augustus. He interrupts the grain supply to Rome. Honorius condemns him and his supporters to death with an edict at Ravenna.

>The Theodosian Walls are constructed at Constantinople during the reign of emperor Theodosius II. The work is carried out under supervision of Anthemius, notable praetorian prefect of the East.

>Winter – Olympiodorus, historical writer, is sent on an embassy by Honorius, and sails in stormy weather around Greece up the Black Sea, to meet the Huns who are located on the middle Danube (modern Bulgaria).

The Galatians (Latin Gallograeci, Greek Γαλάτες) were a Gallic people that dwelt mainly in the north central regions of Asia Minor or Anatolia, in what was known as Galatia, in today's Turkey. In their origin they were a part of the great Celtic migration which invaded Macedon, led by Brennus. The original Celts who settled in Galatia came through Thrace under the leadership of Leotarios and Leonnorios c. 278 BC. These Celts consisted mainly of three tribes, the Tectosages, the Trocmii, and the Tolistobogii, but they were also other minor tribes. They spoke a Celtic language, the Galatian language, which is sparsely attested.

In the 1st century AD, many of them were Christianized by Paul the Apostle's missionary action. One of the Epistles of Paul the Apostle in the Bible (New Testament) is addressed to Galatian Christian cPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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8ddcef  No.231193

7


ccf1f8  No.231194


a6970e  No.231196


a6970e  No.231198

>>231194

fuck you you fucking gay boy I made it and I'll announce it


ccf1f8  No.231201




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ce3e0d  No.229690[Reply]

Year 411 (CDXI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Theodosius without colleague (or, less frequently, year 1164 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 411 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

>Emperor Honorius sends two Roman generals to deal with the usurper Constantine III in Gaul. They kill Gerontius, Constantine's rebellious general (magister militum) in Spain, then besiege Arles and defeat Constantine. He is taken prisoner and put to death at Ravenna.

>Following the defeat of the Constantine III, the Burgundians and the Gallic nobility proclaim Jovinus, Gallo-Roman senator, emperor of the Western Roman Empire at Mogontiacum (modern Mainz).

>King Ataulf leads the Goths into Gaul at the instigation of Honorius, who promises to recognise a Visigothic Kingdom if he defeats the several usurpers who threaten the Roman Empire.

>The Alans establish their rule in the Roman province of Lusitania (Portugal south of the Duero River and Spain).

>The Teutonic tribes in Spain join the Roman Empire as foederati (allies with military commitments).

The Battle of Bibracte was fought between the Helvetii and six Roman legions, under the command of Gaius Julius Caesar. It was the second major battle of the Gallic Wars.

>The battle lasted many hours into the night until the Romans finally took the Helvetic baggage train, capturing both a daughter and son of Orgetorix. According to Caesar, 130,000 enemy personnel escaped into the night. Unable to pursue on account of battle wounds and the time it took to bury the dead, Caesar rested three days before he followed the fleeing Helvetii. These, in turn, had managed to reach the territory of the Lingones within four days of the battle. Caesar warned the Lingones to not assist them, prompting the Helvetii and their allies to finally surrender.

This is how Caesar treated migrating foreign tribes.

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dccc71  No.230444

NEW THREAD WHEN?!


05fd66  No.230446

>>230431

>Everything about our society is sinful on a level that couldn't even be conceived of 150 years ago.

>the items we consume on a daily basis made by literal child slaves

Not *literal* child slaves, and not everything we consume is made by them either.

Bear in mind, in the countries where there are child workers, being in work is the best situatio for the child, they either do that or live onthe streets. They don't have the option of going to a state funded school, those countries have't developed enough for that

The West practices far less slavery than it once did anysay.

>destruction of the world through industrialisation and pollution

There used to be far MORE pollution 150 years ago, from coal smoke that filled cities with smog

>sin promoted by every single institution that exists today

Not everything promotes sin. At least the Church doesn't sell pardons to the rich for sins anymore…


2db582  No.230447

File: 60df243cf2ed0d8⋯.jpg (90.86 KB, 567x790, 567:790, I wish Hitler were alive.jpg)

>Shrop has now taken the kinopill

HERTS YOU MONSTER, LOOK WHAT YOU'VE DONE


ce3e0d  No.230448


05fd66  No.230451

>>230440

She's the best one to me




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39beb1  No.228996[Reply]

Reeeeeeeee

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ad601d  No.229691

TWAT


b125c8  No.229692

dunno how i feel about mean girls tbh


a3d624  No.229694

ok I'm happy again


a3d624  No.229696

OH YOU PIECE OF SHIT


b125c8  No.229697




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2656fc  No.228264[Reply]

Year 409 (CDIX) was a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Honorius and Theodosius (or, less frequently, year 1162 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 409 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

October 13 – The Vandals, led by king Gunderic, cross the Pyrenees into the Iberian Peninsula. They receive land from the Romans, as foederati, in Baetica (Southern Spain). The Alans occupy lands in Lusitania and the Suebi control parts of Gallaecia (modern Portugal).

Fishermen warn EU states against trying to stop UK taking control of its own waters

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/12/13/fishermen-warn-eu-states-against-trying-stop-uk-taking-control/

>Scottish fishermen’s leaders have expressed broad satisfaction with the latest EU fisheries deal, while warning member states against trying to stop the UK taking back control of the industry during Brexit talks.

Brexit: EU rebel Dominic Grieve says he will 'stand up and be counted'

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-42329118

>Theresa May has insisted Parliament will have a "meaningful vote" on the terms of Brexit as she faces the threat of a defeat in the Commons.

>The PM said MPs would have a say on the final deal before the UK exit in March 2019, but it must happen in a way that ensures a "smooth and orderly" exit.

'Meghan Markle' and 'fidget spinners' top UK Google search

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107496  No.228992

>>228987

prolly something cryptic and vague smh

He always tells me to "abuse substances and thots", good lad tbh


52e0d8  No.228993

>>228990

NO

NOT THE BEES!


8d0239  No.228994

>>228992

>tells you to abuse drugs and thots

Hol up nigga


107496  No.228995

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>>228993

BETTER

BEE-LIEVE IT

>>228994

I'm sure it's some sort of secret message but I just can't crack the code smh


8d0239  No.228997




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6c7932  No.227577[Reply]

A haiku eulogy for my van

Citreon Berlingo

I enjoyed driving you

Now you are broken

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291aa2  No.228263

Aahhhh this fucking site keeps crashing my phone

Literally shouting IRL, plz make a new thread


7ea3d5  No.228265

dinner time

peace out niggers

also my new trim is fly


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c3d224  No.228267

>>228262

Based STRAIGHT film making.


af53aa  No.228268

>>228259

because retard middle aged mummies think fat=bad and thus campaign to make sure everything with fat in it is BANNED or REDUCED FAT and skinny manlets remain manlets for the rest of their life because their stomachs cant take much food




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d6bb7c  No.226844[Reply]

Year 407 (CDVII) was a common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Honorius and Theodosius (or, less frequently, year 1160 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 407 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

Gratian, Roman usurper, is installed as emperor after the death of Marcus. According to Orosius, he is a native Briton of urban aristocracy.

>Gratian is assassinated and Constantine III, a general (magister militum), declares himself Roman emperor. To extend his dominion over Gaul and Spain, he takes practically all the Roman garrisons from Britain and crosses the English Channel. Constantine occupies Arles and establishes tenuous authority over Gaul, sharing control with marauding "barbarians". This is generally seen as the beginning of Rome's withdrawal from Britain.

"Young men, hear an old man to whom old men hearkened when he was young."

UK snow: Bad weather hits air, rail and sea travel

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42305301

>A quarter of flights at Heathrow have been cancelled and the Port of Calais has been closed as bad weather continues to affect parts of the UK.

Mt Hope installed as 'UK's highest peak'

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-42238262

Britain has a new tallest mountain.

>Mt Hope, which is sited in the part of the Antarctic claimed by the UK, was recently re-measured and found to tower above the previous title holder, Mt Jackson, by a good 50m (160ft).

Brexit deal is a 'gentleman's agreement' says EU

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d989e2  No.227576

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>still waiting for the dip


d989e2  No.227579

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>>227575

that's why we moved to /nbp/ and then to here

they can't have fun anymore. there were so many nightshifts where everyone was on the same page in posting in a fun way and then monarch comes to check the thread from the Bongo Bongo Land and banned everyone. smh tbh


52bd05  No.227580


e0941b  No.227581

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i am gay


6a2537  No.227583

>>227565

>worshipping fertility icons

Ahhh lad they weren't worshipping the icons themselves, they were worshipping a god of fertility who was represented by the icon. Same way the crucifix represents Jesus smh




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