No Brexit an Option? And More Brexit News with Jimmy Carr & Kerry Godliman | The Last Leg

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  • Channel 4
    Channel 4  6 months ago +9

    Brexit or no Brexit?
    Watch the FULL episode here:

    • mark grant
      mark grant 6 months ago

      I think we voted to get rid of the wrong tier of government. We need a higher logistic government and we have that in the EU, we need a local understanding government, we have that within councils. It is the useless bunch in the middle we don’t need, a representative government that gets in the way and screws everything up.

    • Jenova Strife
      Jenova Strife 6 months ago

      Wish i could! But you dont love your american fans :p

    • 1984 IsHere
      1984 IsHere 6 months ago

      Nov 10 2015, here is Dave Cameron saying leave means leave. That is over 3 years ago, no 2nd referendum. I do not have the memory of a goldfish.

    • SMEGY 89
      SMEGY 89 6 months ago

      @Eric Dustin because the remainers are sore losers

    • SMEGY 89
      SMEGY 89 6 months ago

      @Faune Steward well sorry but we're leaving.
      if you have that much of an issue with that then maybe sod off to the EU

  • Neferi Waenre
    Neferi Waenre 2 months ago +1

    There's 3 days to March 29th yet the cabinet is still sitting. Like WTF??? Also, JIMMY IN CASUALS???

  • rmm01o
    rmm01o 4 months ago

    What a load of leftist bollox

  • Emily Clayton
    Emily Clayton 5 months ago +2

    That is legit the first time I’ve seen Jimmy Carr without a suit on

  • Rhys Williams
    Rhys Williams 5 months ago +1

    Do remainers and leftys not get bored of seeing their same talking points repeated 24/7

  • Ray LV
    Ray LV 5 months ago

    So this is it! A load of Ch4th Reich propaganda supported by some 3rd rate SJW celebs! With a great history behind us we are now reduced to this purile nonsense that would make Goebles smile!

  • The Coconut Cabbie
    The Coconut Cabbie 6 months ago

    In order to be funny, it helps to know what you are talking about

  • Cosmic Portals
    Cosmic Portals 6 months ago

    100 k jimmy

  • George
    George 6 months ago

    Jimmy Train

  • Supermandan
    Supermandan 6 months ago

    Will the Channel 4 News be giving as much attention to the upcoming UN Migration Compact? Y'know... that thing, that if our government signs (yet again without permission from the people it claims to represent) spells instant doom for the West - and that is not hyperbole.

  • Martin Howser
    Martin Howser 6 months ago +6

    I don’t understand how people read “do you want to leave the eu”, as “do you want less immigration from those people you don’t like?”

    • Yasmine Grace
      Yasmine Grace 3 months ago


    • Titan Uranus
      Titan Uranus 5 months ago +1

      As I understand it there apparantly was a bus.

  • mark grant
    mark grant 6 months ago

    I’ve had two years of watching TV with people making fun of Brexit and Brexiteers, and we all laugh. Then in the day it goes back to Brexit is Brexit, the will of the people; if the majority of people think this is a joke and stupid at night then why return to thinking it is something to pursue in the day? This country is corrupt to the core; but as long as Putin gets what he wants then that is ok. Ha, Ha, ha - lets continue the bullshit.

  • Waylander the Slayer
    Waylander the Slayer 6 months ago +3

    For some reason Cicero's speech about traitors within comes to mind. MPs who are against their constituency vote in the referendum, this means you!
    “A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

  • Chris Bell
    Chris Bell 6 months ago

    How many of these peoples jobs have been invaded by unvetted immigration?

  • Liam Abc
    Liam Abc 6 months ago

    There was no gravy there.

  • Hereward the Wake
    Hereward the Wake 6 months ago

    Left wing cunts, stick to bad comedy.

  • Daniel Bunton
    Daniel Bunton 6 months ago

    Already decided. Out. No deals. Just out and should have happened already

  • SuprA 44
    SuprA 44 6 months ago

    The headline everyday when I look at my phone in the morning always pertains to some Brexit story. I stopped caring about it a few months in.....

  • War Rex Leon
    War Rex Leon 6 months ago

    the presenter is biased just like the channel he works for

  • NorthMountainFairy
    NorthMountainFairy 6 months ago

    Mmmmmmm gravy........

  • Fek The First
    Fek The First 6 months ago

    This ‘deal’ is the most demonstrable kick in the teeth of democracy in our 1000 years. It is keeping us kept in for two years, and after that the EU have a veto to keep us in.
    This is an utter disgrace.
    We voted out, not in.
    This keeps us bound into the EU until they say otherwise and we have no voice in the EU. It keeps us tied into the next round of EU funding, 39 billion plus another 20 billion. No control over our fish, freedom of movement stays while the EU keep us in with their veto and all laws supersede ours.
    We voted to leave. This deal is staying.
    The most hideous deal in history.

  • ConesuelaLadyTailor
    ConesuelaLadyTailor 6 months ago

    Leftism is a mental disorder.

    • Tim Stibbs
      Tim Stibbs 2 months ago

      Wasn't it right wing bigotry and stupidity that got you into this mess in the first place?

  • voodoochile333
    voodoochile333 6 months ago

    I don't want an aussie lecturing me on brexit

    • Peter from GW
      Peter from GW 5 months ago

      I don’t want to hear another bloody Pom whinging about being “lectured by an Aussie”. Instead of transporting all those criminals to Oz in the 18/19 century, you should have kept them. Perhaps then you may have some motivated, intelligent people inhabiting your countrty.

    • Jeff W.
      Jeff W. 6 months ago

      Then don't watch it moron.

  • daughter ellarose
    daughter ellarose 6 months ago +1

    Channel 4 news most bias news media, and so anti brexit. The people have voted, its about immigration. Channel 4 would they like a vote to stop all refugees, asylum seekers, because they know they would lose as they are very pro ethnic minority. Krishnan Guru Murphy stop taking sides, be neutral.

  • timetowaste
    timetowaste 6 months ago

    Jesus spare us from that Aussie gobshites irrelevant views

  • CKB
    CKB 6 months ago

    in that part of the withdrawn agreement were it says: "the implementation of the citizens' rights parts of the agreement". EU WILL HAVE JURISDICTION OVER UK COURTS. that's not full brexit. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. traitors.

  • Dermot Hopkins
    Dermot Hopkins 6 months ago

    What a Tory lick arse Hills is.

  • b long
    b long 6 months ago

    Australia confiscated its citizens guns...of course you dont understand...

    • Peter from GW
      Peter from GW 5 months ago

      Mate, no citizens’ guns were NOT confiscated!!!!! You are a dickhead if you think this is reality!!!!!!!!

    • Jesus H Christ
      Jesus H Christ 6 months ago

      No they didn't and we still have guns! Only morons think we don't!

  • pepegstar
    pepegstar 6 months ago +2

    07:40 Shots of gravy?!?
    The Brexit have possessed them all, only Jimmy Carr is immune.

  • Sunny Fairclough
    Sunny Fairclough 6 months ago

    Fascism or Democracy?

  • Rahul Raj
    Rahul Raj 6 months ago

    Shout out to the Sisto cup !!!

  • sed8me69
    sed8me69 6 months ago +2

    No, it's because you're a leftist FkTard 😉

  • Troll Em' All
    Troll Em' All 6 months ago

    I can't get over the fact that they didn't play Crazy Train when Jimmy came in on the Gravy Train. I mean.... how couldn't you?

  • David
    David 6 months ago +11

    Why should Britain have to pay 34 billion & still concede powers to the EU courts, give the EU the power to decide on the backstop between Mainland UK & Northern Ireland & much worse. Just to have control of their own laws & borders?
    Britain never voted to give power over their country to the rest of Europe. It's beyond a disgrace.

    • David
      David 6 months ago

      @Martin Howser Well they never voted to concede their sovereignty/control of their country to Europe. So it's kind of a moot point isn't it.

    • Martin Howser
      Martin Howser 6 months ago +1

      What do you think Britain voted for exactly?

    • Ciara R
      Ciara R 6 months ago +1

      David well it’s a disgrace that there is actually no plan

    • David
      David 6 months ago

      @Mindful Drone Well you are paying it to get the house/live in it. Why would you pay the rest if you aren't going to own it at the end or stay in it anymore? Moron.

    • David
      David 6 months ago

      @LyricalDJ Those payments were agreed apon when there were going to be benefits for those payments. Which obviously won't happen anymore. It's like saying the UK has paid for big parts of Europe & now that we are leaving we want you to purchase those back from us. And that the EU actually owes the UK money.

  • John Douglas
    John Douglas 6 months ago +2

    Ahh remainers showing their idiocy as usual. Sjw tantrums everywhere. Reeeeeeeeeeeeee!

    • ChaoticDoll
      ChaoticDoll 6 months ago

      And since when have brexiteers shown sensibility? Voting for a UK outside of EU without knowing what that would look like and just thinking everything would come to the UK easily even after calling it quits isn't idiocy according to you? It's idiocy on the part of brexiteers who thought UK would have things easy and get what they wanted by throwing a tantrum in front of EU member states to get a good deal. Brexiteers should have got all their facts rights before voting to leave, so now EU is merely giving a reality check to brexit voters, and remain voters are having to suffer for living with such fools.

  • Thomas Thas
    Thomas Thas 6 months ago

    A agree everything brexiteers want they'll get in 2 years time ? A betrayal of the people would be no brexif all that's happening is finding a smoothe way to leave ? What's the problem ?

  • The Last Spartan
    The Last Spartan 6 months ago +3

    if this deal goes through then do what I intend on doing, which is immediately to stop paying my council tax. As money talks, and I'll happy go to jail over the issue
    Remember the poll tax, how the government caved in

  • SMEGY 89
    SMEGY 89 6 months ago +3

    if we have no brexit then you will see the people riot and become angry as you people would be undermining their voice and vote

    • SMEGY 89
      SMEGY 89 6 months ago

      @Tom Andreou ya no
      with the amount of people against her deal, we're not leaving with that shit deal.
      or we're leaving with no deal

    • Tom Andreou
      Tom Andreou 6 months ago

      @SMEGY 89 leaving with the amazing deal the prime minister just negotiated. I think it's a ok deal

    • SMEGY 89
      SMEGY 89 6 months ago

      @Tom Andreou if people didn't vote that is their doing.
      but then your point is not everyone voted, well they had the same time and chance to vote but didn't.
      and we won't be in the EU for much longer....we're leaving 😁

    • Tom Andreou
      Tom Andreou 6 months ago

      @SMEGY 89 it wasn't though. Proves how poor our educational system is since 17mil does not represent 50% of all registered voters. UK is in the EU so your statement is invalid.

    • SMEGY 89
      SMEGY 89 6 months ago

      @Tom Andreou it was over 50% that voted leave your side lost.
      deal with it or go live in the EU

  • Isabella C
    Isabella C 6 months ago +4

    I can't believe josh is a dad

    • ConesuelaLadyTailor
      ConesuelaLadyTailor 6 months ago +1

      Isabella C I can't believe some people call him a comedian.

  • ShallowDepression
    ShallowDepression 6 months ago +20

    If we voted out, why are we still in the EU? Get on with it ffs.

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago +1

      ShallowDepression I’m guessing someone was dropped a lot as a baby

    • Skellyrox17
      Skellyrox17 6 months ago +1

      @Fek The First I absolutely did mean geographically because I followed "fairly small island" with the reasons why I thought would come across as geographic (and also political).
      Islands in general tend to be smaller than land-locked countries (I concede that you are 78th in the world so not as small as I thought).
      Islands, because of their size, tend to have less space for creation of exports so they tend to focus on a few, whereas a larger country has more opportunity for growth.
      I'll also concede that I never consider the military when I talk about jobs because it is literally always an open door.
      I also concede that I don't know the details of your imports/exports which is why I leaned on the geographic logic step: small area = few exports.
      The FWP I mentioned in my last post relate to the fact that you have such a strong economy and what I keep asking you and you still haven't answered is:
      Why would the EU give you a good deal when you are leaving the group, denouncing them at every turn, and (as you keep saying) refusing deals they do offer you?
      I'm also still asking what you, as a singular individual, think is going to happen after the deadline if there's no deal? Unless I missed it in the feed, I don't think you answered that question.
      The less said about the Trump tangent the better.

    • Fek The First
      Fek The First 6 months ago

      yes, because you really meant geographical size when you said
      "why would the EU be willing to give you a good relationship on post brexit economic dealings if you're spitting on the group itself? Tbh, you're a fairly small island with minimal imports, a relatively finite number of jobs, and due to brexit, an obvious colonialism bent"
      I did take what you said in context, and you absolutely did not mean literal land mass size at all, because that has nothing to do with brexit. The economy of this 'fairly small island' is the 5th largest in the world, the second largest in Europe and one that is larger than a much, much, larger (land mass) country France, and to say we are "spitting on them" is just lazy and quite pathetic actually.
      So don't try the retrospective "thats not what I meant" crap yeah....... enough context for you yet?
      You also made a rather poorly informed statement re UK imports.
      Do you know the trade deficit between the UK and EU? of course not (don't try and compare ours to yours as this about the UK and EU), because if you did you would understand why the EU need the UK far more than we need them. We aren't their single largest global customer for no reason yeah.
      And no, the UK does think they "deserve even more than they have" at all... another perfectly stupid reply.
      The UK voted to re-gain sovereignty, here immigration is unlimited from the EU, a bad idea. Laws are enforced on us from them, another bad idea..... I could go on.
      The EU DID offer Canada++++ but a remain PM for some reason said no. I wonder why!
      And if you're American, then you are living through one of the greatest economic revivals in US history, Trump has done an astonishing job for the US. You call it and "tantrums", economists, businesses, investors and voters call it remarkable and heap praise on him.
      Whether you like it or not, your president may go down as one of the greatest in US history, and could even receive the Nobel prize for what he managed to achieve in N Korea.
      he IS your president.
      Toodle pip.

    • Skellyrox17
      Skellyrox17 6 months ago +2

      @Fek The First Idk why you thought that I was ranting when most of what I wrote was asking you questions about what you thought was going to happen after the March deadline.
      I did call the the UK a fairly small island, I meant that in a geographic context, so if you're going to quote me, take the time to get the quote correct.
      I'll admit I'm from the US and your (as in majority vote) decision to leave has been portrayed as mainly an immigration issue and secondly a "first world problems" issue.
      What I mean by FWP is that one of the most well-off countries in the world thinks they deserve even more than they have, even though they tend to have more than most, and decide to throw enough of a tantrum that everyone else has to deal with it. I really can't complain too much because Trump's doing it over here too.
      P.s. about the car issue, UK's pledged to stop making cars by 2040 so eventually you'll need to import German ones if people don't start driving greener or taking steps to reduce urban sprawl

  • Soviet Union Jack
    Soviet Union Jack 6 months ago +1

    (Mr Australian presenter) Because when Theresa said " we will take back control of our borders and our laws" .... she lied. Read the document. Call me a bluff old traditionalist but when someone spends two years telling me "We are leaving" ... I kind of begin to believe that 'we are actually leaving?' But after I just spent the past couple of days reading this "doorstop" that May came up with - I can see very clearly that absolutely nothing has changed and nothing at all will change over the next 10, 15, 50 years. The whole referendum and everything that everyone talked, squawked and bitched about for 5 years has all been for absolutely nothing. The authorities don't want us to leave ... so we're not leaving ... no matter how many votes we have and no matter who is Prime-Minister. It has all been decided very many years ago. So I will never vote again. I will never support anyone that wants to be a leading politician ever again. I will dedicate my life to teaching my children to never support Politicians by voting, to never support Religion through believing, and to never support Banks by borrowing from them. The system needs to change and this is the only way to change it. And all because this Government and this Cabinet have lied through their teeth from the very start of this Brexit farce.

  • Mrfairchap
    Mrfairchap 6 months ago +18

    Brexit - dear oh dear, what an utter and complete mess; and all very predictable, I’m afraid. Did Brexit supporters REALLY believe that the EU was going to allow them to cherrypick all the best economic deals and withdrawal conditions? Not a chance, LOL! What they did in fact with a “yes” vote was to sign a blank contract, and now the EU is filling in all the details! What kind of an idiot would do that?? Let’s be honest - Brexiteers just voted leave to try to stop immigration, and the irony is that Brexit won’t stop immigration at all! (Check the draft agreement if you don’t believe me).

    • Luca Rossi
      Luca Rossi 3 months ago

      FiveLiver true

    • Adam Chasing
      Adam Chasing 6 months ago +2

      @noel Gavis If you want a Canada/Norway/Swiss deal, then why are you advocating a hard brexit? You brexiters keep contradicting yourselves.

    • FiveLiver
      FiveLiver 6 months ago +3

      The EU is filling in all the details because a remainer is handling the 'negotiations'.

    • noel Gavis
      noel Gavis 6 months ago +2

      Well let Canada do a trade deal without FOM, so why can't we? Ooooooo that's right because they need our money to keep the gravy train running but don't the other rich countries sound like they're happy to foot the bill when we leave.. :) enjoy unionist..

  • Nunnha B
    Nunnha B 6 months ago

    Adam Hills... Yeah, sorry from Australia. He got free, we need a bigger mote. He does not represent all, or even most. Not even close.

  • 10K
    10K 6 months ago

    Me as a uk person says we are gonna fuck ourself till we kill ourself however we realised we don’t have to try and screw ourselves over because Theresa is doing it for us and I cannot wait to get nuked because of her stupid ass mistakes

  • Zersetzung
    Zersetzung 6 months ago

    Is there any politician that isn't corrupt. BT, Google employees, and police are still covert harassing me

  • D
    D 6 months ago +1

    Out of the single market, out of the customs union, out of the European court system, OUT OF THE UNION!! That's what I voted for and it better end up that way. You liberals can say what you want but a vote is a vote, end of story. Stop buying French and German vehicles then watch Europe go into meltdown. #BOYCOTEUROPEANGOODS. I'll never vote again if I don't get what I and over half our nation voted for because, well, what's the fucking point? We will no longer be a democracy. That's a sad day for everyone past, present and future, no matter how you voted. Surely everyone can understand that.

    • Borys B
      Borys B 6 months ago

      Go to live in Antarctic then, no neighbours, no trade deals, no nothing as you voted for.

  • Dustoe McDust
    Dustoe McDust 6 months ago

    name of song at 3:14? It kicks arse. My arse. And my arse wants more kicking.

  • diesel92kj1
    diesel92kj1 6 months ago +2

    We want everyone that is in this country from another to apply for a Visa if you have no job you go home, if you are on under 25k you go home, if you are a criminal you go home, we want zero free movement or asylum seeking. No one cares about the border in Ireland it has no effect on anyone. This is just the start to getting our country with sensibility we still then need to get a Libertarian Party in power to sort out the trespass, self protection, hunting, public land & ban culture laws.

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago

      diesel92kj1 you’re an idiot

    • diesel92kj1
      diesel92kj1 6 months ago +1

      @Donnchadh Corcoran Far from it, it's exactly what we need. Its just the start to making Britain Great again.

    • Donnchadh Corcoran
      Donnchadh Corcoran 6 months ago +5

      you are foooool

  • diesel92kj1
    diesel92kj1 6 months ago +2

    No Deal is the only option & even then it's soft.

  • Alpha Dragon
    Alpha Dragon 6 months ago +8

    Lets have a vote on if we should have another vote on the referendum. If its a yes, then we have a vote if we want this referendum, and if its a no then we have a vote which is best 2 out of 3 and we continue until we get the ultra mega final results. THEN we can relax.

  • Kyung Seo
    Kyung Seo 6 months ago

    Look at extra dapper Jimmy with his waistcoat!

    LOBO NEGRO 6 months ago +12

    Brexit🇬🇧 was a mistake. We demand a second referendum.

    • HollyBlueAgitated
      HollyBlueAgitated 3 months ago

      look at all these smug ancient corpses in the replies

    • 1984 IsHere
      1984 IsHere 6 months ago here is David Cameron saying that there will be no 2nd referendum back on 10th Nov 2015, which is over tl3 years ago. No 2nd referendum, leave means leave.

    • James
      James 6 months ago

      You were a mistake can your parents have another descision to abort you.

    • FiveLiver
      FiveLiver 6 months ago

      You can campaign for a second referendum after we leave.

    • will bob
      will bob 6 months ago +1

      Absolutely ecstatic we're leaving seeing as some in the EU are now calling for an EU empire and a EU army.

  • Lemon Politics
    Lemon Politics 6 months ago

    The Last Leg needs to find better Brexit researchers - they were completely clueless and accidentally missing what has come out as fact.
    Still a great episode.

    DETECTINGFORGOLD 6 months ago

    These Lefty cunts aren't even funny, the majority of Britain voted leave!

  • Ryan Rodriguez
    Ryan Rodriguez 6 months ago

    4:37 I bet if he used the proper back form for that exercise he could've done that way easier and successfully.

  • Sophie Taylor
    Sophie Taylor 6 months ago +18

    There is more chance of Scotland winning the world cup than there is Britain getting a good brexit deal 😂

  • Clayton Wiffen
    Clayton Wiffen 6 months ago +3

    The Metrolibs NEVER got over losing the referendum to the working class. PRO-BREXIT DEMO LONDON DECEMBER 1st.

    • Zaranathax
      Zaranathax 6 months ago

      Sadly it is the working class who will pay the price of this madness.

    PERFECT WAGNERITE 6 months ago +3

    Look at the small print you half wit ,this so called deal is NOT BREXIT.TREASON MAY IS A BLOODY TRAITOR AND HAS SOLD THIS COUNTRY OUT TO THE EUSSR !

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago

      Diana Perry look at the small print you half wit, the government can cancel Brexit whenever they want which would financially benefit the country greatly YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU SRE TALKING ABOUT

    • Memento Mori
      Memento Mori 6 months ago +2

      You voted for exiting the EU, not on what your relations with it would be afterwards.
      Should probably have had that hashed out before the vote, eh?

  • Evan O'Dwyer
    Evan O'Dwyer 6 months ago +5

    #isitbad that I’m in love with Jimmy Carr?

  • Dusty Bin
    Dusty Bin 6 months ago +22

    NO DEAL. 17.4 million voted leave, and there was no option to leave "with a deal".

    • Drunk Cat Phil
      Drunk Cat Phil 6 months ago +1

      Mark Havefaith 51% vs. 49%. Brexit shouldn’t be happening at all on a 2% majority

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago +1

      Also, leaving without a deal is suicidal for the country, don’t @ me

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago

      Mark Havefaith @Shaun Turton Now boys, no need for an argument(as sophisticated as it may sound)

    • Jack G
      Jack G 6 months ago +1

      Yeah! Let's completely fuck our economy on a technicality!

    • Justin M
      Justin M 6 months ago

      @Shaun Turton Hmmmm, interesting. A person with no content whatsoever on TheXvid. Russian interference much?

  • RoScFan
    RoScFan 6 months ago +2

    I hope there is still time to stop brexit and keep eu at 28.

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago

      RoScFan there is, the government can say that they are retracting article 50 whenever they want

  • Michael Loftus
    Michael Loftus 6 months ago +20

    We voted out you can't just have a no brexit, throw you're toys out the pram because you lost and have another vote until you win. The EU are not voted in by the people or governed on what they force on us we do not need them. A small hit now for longevity in the future.

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago +1

      Michael Loftus the government have the ability to at any time detract article 50, which financially would be incredibly beneficial for both the EU and the UK, it looks more and more likely that we’re going to leave the EU without a deal, and the EU will be hurt, and we’ll be scarred

    • Alex K
      Alex K 6 months ago +4

      The EU was voted on, and we do have a right to vote in EU representatives. Very few people just care about doing so. In an increasingly unstable world, it appears somewhat suicidal to wish to break apart one of the strongest and richest unions in the world. Europeans need to be more united than now more than ever. With the EU, we who are part of it are a powerful force. Without it, we are just states at the mercy of bigger more powerful states. The world is changing, and isolating yourself right now just appears to be a huge mistake.

    • MHL83
      MHL83 6 months ago

      @Geralt Leave won against the odds. Remain had the government, CBI, BBC, ITN, taxpayers' money for an additional leaflet, most world leaders, including president of the US. If it had been a level playing field leave would have won by a bigger margin.

    • MHL83
      MHL83 6 months ago

      @Gerd Aust The referendum in the 70's (I assume that's what you're referring to) was to join a trading agreement. We now have ever closer union with the EU controlling more and more of our lives. In addition to that Eastern European countries have joined, and the migration from these countries negatively affects Britain. The situation has not changed though, since our vote two years ago.

    • Animeaniac
      Animeaniac 6 months ago

      @Geralt You seem like bit of an asshole don't you, that's all I have to say on that. Have to say though it's funny that all these people that want a nobrexit now must be stupid you've seen the simple lack of respect they have for are country and you're still wanting to go back to them they've constantly slandered and openly mocked us. Fuck the EU as it operates now the idea is all well and good but how it's done is a different story all together, we don't need them look at what they've achieved for the countries in the EU, Italy being the primary one it has destroyed them economically who's next to take a hit for the sake of the Euro currency, then the mass migration of people I'm not against helping those that need it but ffs the strong and healthy should stay in their own country to help change it imo, all these problems were caused by the EU and the people are tired of their bullshit. These are simply my opinions and please if I'm wrong tell me how and why. Here read this I KNOW, I KNOW BOO MASS MEDIA but they bring up valid points

  • hozana simmer
    hozana simmer 6 months ago

    You should reed the deal you moron

  • David Hill
    David Hill 6 months ago +2

    Is it possible with the backstop to get out of the EU?
    For according to May’s BREXIT compromise deal with the EU, we shall NEVER come out of the EU due to there being no solution to the Irish border PROBLEM and where according to EU Law, that can never be changed for all the EU 27 nations as it would totally undermine the European Union.
    Therefore it appears that we shall never come out of the EU unless we do one of two things; Northern Ireland stops being part of the UK or we leave the EU with no deal. For there is no solution to the physical border question between Northern Ireland and Ireland under EU law, as the latter as we know, is part of the EU. Indeed the ‘backstop’ arrangement is basically an unending period made between the UK and EU with NO FIXED PULL-OUT DATE that is incorporated in the forlorn hope of solving the Irish border problem in the future and which will always keep the UK locked-in to the EU (and probably that is what the EU want anyway), as we then have to continue paying tens of billions still into the EU coffers annually, without any seat at the table.
    This due of course because there is no FIXED date when this can ever be solved (it basically can last forever in theory) and where this is because a physical border control has no solution under EU Law and the law that May has already accepted within the BREXIT agreement, not English Law. For May and the UK cannot break this BREXIT contract with the EU once signed if the Irish border problem has no solution; which it has not unless one of the two things happen that I have listed. Consequently the UK and its people if May’s BREXIT proposed deal with the EU is passed, will definitely stop us ever leaving the EU and where May and her Cabinet are not telling the people the true facts of this lock-in matter in simple English. So the 17.4 million who voted for BREXIT should clearly know this truism of the highest order. But of course there is a silver lining to all this in that May has now handed the keys to No.10 to Corbyn. There is no doubt about that with the Cons being split on Brexit and some long-termer Tories even saying that hey will never vote blue ever again.

  • Michael Finnegan
    Michael Finnegan 6 months ago

    Punch & Judy. Laugh...go on LAUGH!!!! War is coming. Prepare.

  • Ed
    Ed 6 months ago

    Big Sam's all over that gravy train

  • Samuel Davy
    Samuel Davy 6 months ago

    What do mean shots of gravy? Why are you doing shots of gravy? 😂😂

  • Jon Dough
    Jon Dough 6 months ago

    Wet fart unfunny lefty propaganda canned laughter

    • HollyBlueAgitated
      HollyBlueAgitated 6 months ago

      did you think that sentence made sense

    • Ed
      Ed 6 months ago +1

      right wing nonce

  • Dave Harper
    Dave Harper 6 months ago

    Theresa May has delivered a deal that the Commons can and must vote up or down. The House is too chicken to vote. That is the problem. They will put it to a plebiscite - wait for it.

  • The Jim Reaper™
    The Jim Reaper™ 6 months ago +5

    We voted to leave the EU twice... We had a referendum & general election...
    Yet the May deal effectively keeps the UK in the EU but with no say in how we are run!!!
    So we either stay in the EU as a member or we take Mays deal and stay in the EU as a vassal state... Both option aren't allowing the UK to leave... Going against the "PEOPLE'S VOTE"
    Except there is a third option which is a Hard Brexit... Where the UK just walks away and governs itself... You know like we voted too!!!

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago

      Well it wasn’t exactly obvious as to what we were voting for if we were to vote leave, the options were, stay in the EU, or leave the EU. We didn’t know what we were getting ourselves into, and now people are angry because their interpretation of Brexit isn’t going to be fulfilled

  • Kez 2009
    Kez 2009 6 months ago +5

    Get ready for another election #Corbyn

  • palmeristo
    palmeristo 6 months ago +27

    I find it more funny that everyone thinks people in politics give a shit about any of you common folk. Politics doesn't work hasn't in a long time. End 👋

  • TakerKaneanite619
    TakerKaneanite619 6 months ago +12

    But Jimmy, England won a Penalty Shootout in this year's World Cup.

  • B16 GAV
    B16 GAV 6 months ago +24

    Remember when this show wasn’t leftist drivel?

    • SMEGY 89
      SMEGY 89 6 months ago

      @J Doggy Dog and what the EU one is better....oh ya Pairs is doing so well right now along with Greeks and others....oh wait.
      also you ok with the EU having control over our troops and our internet rights?
      because we're not.

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago +2

      B16 GAV so being against Brexit makes you left wing now? Brexit economically was a terrible idea from the beginning, the entire Brexit campaign was built off of lies( such as millions more to be given to the NHS). You can disagree with someone who has the same political orientation

    • SMEGY 89
      SMEGY 89 6 months ago


    • Bushwhacked 71
      Bushwhacked 71 6 months ago +2

      No everything is middle class leftie bollocks on channel 4.

    • Nunnha B
      Nunnha B 6 months ago +1

      No. It always was.

  • Haydive royale
    Haydive royale 6 months ago +9

    Honestly, whoever thought the EU would have just let it slide was deluded. Just look how they handled public debt with Greece, it's simply not to be fucked with. All of this disaster was an ignorant mess done for the wrong reasons, and it would make sense if they just shut it down.

  • Bishop White
    Bishop White 6 months ago +6

    Two world wars worth of blood and some people want to divide Europe. Well, (auto.correct)duck them.

  • Obi Wan Kenobi
    Obi Wan Kenobi 6 months ago +6

    Can we all just admire the fact that jimmy didn’t shake Alex’s hand because he simply couldn’t find a way to?

    • Ricky
      Ricky 6 months ago

      Obi-Wan Kenobi Should’ve gone for the stub bump.

  • Kevin Lee Smith
    Kevin Lee Smith 6 months ago

    Australian dickhead. " I've got pizza I've got fish fingers I've got pasta"...... "but I'm not going to give them to you for 5 years" I don't know what people could be possibly complaining about. It's a Complete Mystery. Dickhead.

  • slothfulcobra
    slothfulcobra 6 months ago +7

    Brexit passed by an incredibly shallow margin and a whole hell of a lot of people admitted they didn't understand most of the details, oh wow why does it seem like most people aren't happy, maybe don't hinge very important decisions on a simple majority practically within the margin of error you dorks.

    • FiveLiver
      FiveLiver 6 months ago

      You would understand the details if you paid closer attention.

    • noel Gavis
      noel Gavis 6 months ago

      Errrrrrr no.. The biggest turnout in the countries history with a margin of 1.2 million votes extra.. You smoking crack?

    • slothfulcobra
      slothfulcobra 6 months ago +3

      52% does not represent overall popular support it represents about as much support as a coinflip

    • Jon Dough
      Jon Dough 6 months ago +2


  • Eric Burkheimer
    Eric Burkheimer 6 months ago

    Thanks Brits! Now America's Uncles Tom (yes, that is grammatically correct for Uncle Tom plural) have adapted Brexit for what they are calling Blexit... A black exit from the Democratic party. Luckily America's black Democrats aren't fools (save for Kanye), and they won't fall for that B.S.

    • Jeff W.
      Jeff W. 6 months ago

      Kanye is republican dumbass, you have no clue what an uncle tom even is.

    • noel Gavis
      noel Gavis 6 months ago

      Bullshit, there are more racist/self hating blacks in the Democrats today than there's ever been

    • Memento Mori
      Memento Mori 6 months ago

      @noel Gavis And then the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 happened. And the dems lost most of the racist. They joined the Republican party.

    • noel Gavis
      noel Gavis 6 months ago

      Blacks are exiting the party, what are talking about?
      ''8 glorious years of Obama' WTF did Obama do for black people?
      Democrat party with history of slavery, against changing laws for blacks up until the 60s.. They don't wana be on the Democrats slave plantation no more

    • Eric Burkheimer
      Eric Burkheimer 6 months ago

      @Fujifilmily no. I'm just saying blacks aren't exiting the party. It's scam by the scum... Repugnicunt scum to be exact. Besides, Blexit really does sound stupid.

  • RIXRADvidz
    RIXRADvidz 6 months ago

    is GB going to have to learn how to go shopping again? instead of depending on EU for everything, stock piling, now GB is going to have to make deals with global suppliers, with reduced buying power, directly. group buying plans usually get better deals. single buyer? you have too much NEED so the prices will undoubtedly skyrocket. good luck GB

    • noel Gavis
      noel Gavis 6 months ago

      You think prices won't skyrocket when we leave the EU?
      What are you guys smoking?
      The EU needs us for it spending projects and if you say it doesn't then the rest of the 27 pick up the bill... Very very simple to understand..

    • bonkyhort swalser
      bonkyhort swalser 6 months ago +3

      Yeah in other words we're royally fucked and we're doing it to ourselves.

  • ozzyintexas
    ozzyintexas 6 months ago +42

    David Cameron's govt screwed up by handing the vote to the people about leaving or staying with the EU. he didn't have the courage to push a yes or no decision, they turned the discussion into an immigration debate and not an economic debate, which swayed a lot of voters I believe. , but Cameron is at fault because he knew getting a choice exit deal would be near on impossible, and yet still let the people vote on it. Teresa May has done well not to crack under the scrutiny of doing a job no one else wants. the amount of people jumping ship or critising rather than helping is proof of that. I hope its not too late to implement a nobrexit.

    • Giovanni Magnus
      Giovanni Magnus 5 months ago

      Even though I don't care for May, she has done all that is possible, given how she is being forced to deliver on promises she didn't make, whilst everyone snipes her from positions of zero accountability. The only thing left is to throw everything onto the floor and shout "Well if you're so clever, you fucking do it!"

    • drummingtildeath
      drummingtildeath 5 months ago

      @noel Gavis people like us should come up with solutions?
      1. It's not our place to fix the country. We vote for people we believe would, and expect them to do it since it's their job.
      2. Fixing the issues is something a lot of us talk about all the time. Our general point is that immigration may not have helped some of the problems we are suffering, but that it is not the root cause of them. Successive governments have failed us, and claimed it's all the fault of foreigners. How convenient. I suspect we'll close the borders and eventually realise it makes the problem worse, not better.
      Immigration has been a net gain for the country. If your area has suffered, it's because your government/council has fucked off with the profits, not that there weren't profits.

    • richard cunningham
      richard cunningham 6 months ago

      @Frank Spencer I am actually British. But I agree. Britain made the world what it is. The British were cunts in doing so if you ask other countries but the outcome turned out pretty good. I am proud of what they achieved but not so proud to how they achieved it. But the past is the past.

    • Frank Spencer
      Frank Spencer 6 months ago +1

      @richard cunningham of course we will be. we made you, your country and all the modern world that it is today. Everything you are probably on now, is british. We just outsourced manufactoring to we are merchants. :)

  • Eric Burkheimer
    Eric Burkheimer 6 months ago +3

    Ahhhh! Jimmy and Tax jokes never get old. People, taxes are a patriotic duty. Never forget that.

    • Fujifilmily
      Fujifilmily 6 months ago

      Taxes are for wars.... History....

    • Boofer T. Washington
      Boofer T. Washington 6 months ago

      Spoken like a true left fascist!
      It's cool tho, right? Other people's money and whatnot...

  • Ricky
    Ricky 6 months ago +17

    Surely it’s just been own goals from the start.

    • James
      James 6 months ago

      @Ricky Would that be the side that has 2nd class immigration for non europeans or the one that wants a level playing field for any coming to the country? Because again this could go both ways

    • Ricky
      Ricky 6 months ago +1

      James Possibly. Only one side is deathly afraid of brown people though.

    • James
      James 6 months ago

      @Ricky That literally could be said about both remainers and leavers.

    • J. Harris.
      J. Harris. 6 months ago

      Then culpability should be laid at those who provided an
      erroneous option not those who voted. Giving people Dyadic Representation, then chastising them for choosing the "wrong one" because it was "ignorant" is, itself, ignorant.

    • Ricky
      Ricky 6 months ago +4

      Oddly enough, when you vote for fear and ignorance over rationality and understanding, doesn’t matter who scores the goal, you still lose.

  • Martin Decamerone
    Martin Decamerone 6 months ago +3

    What we didn’t know, we couldn’t even send media material to the UK, because of the metadata. We haven’t even thought about that yet, also the copyright of all content, because we seem to have no agreement at all.

  • ABD120
    ABD120 6 months ago +25

    Checked in to see if this was still the insufferable, mundane, lefty wank I remember it being. Good to see they are at the very least loyal to the format.

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago +1

      Adam Charters the government legally can withdraw article 50 any time they please

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago +1

      ABD120 because they disagree with you it’s all the evil left is it? It isn’t possible for people to disagree with you and not be an evil leftist

    • loglog7
      loglog7 6 months ago +1

      ABD120 if you’re a brexiter and you’re not bitter you’re retarded.

    • Adam Charters
      Adam Charters 6 months ago

      Woops I did the meaningful vote bit twice, ignore either or :P

    • Adam Charters
      Adam Charters 6 months ago

      @UnLuCkY 13 I think this is why there's going to be a so-called 'meaningful vote' in the Commons on the final deal. When the UK voted in 2016 locked in the government to expend resources and time on fulfilling the then will of the people. The government has been preparing at a great time and expense the last 2.5 years for this, and it would be an immense waste of resources, money, and talent to put a kill switch on the primary agenda of the government. Essentially it's unrealistic, which is why there's going to be a so-called 'meaningful vote' in the Commons on the final deal.
      Boris was a backbencher at the time and did not represent the government's stance on the savings eventual location or magnitude.
      I wasn't exactly commenting on UK coal and steel as an industry, more as the basis for the EU's formation, but I agree China are killing it
      I agree that democratic deficit exists in both the UK and EU, as is inherent in any form of representative democracy. However, you must agree that the democratic deficit is naturally greater for the EU government to the average brit, due to the proximity and exposure of UK politics in London over the seemingly disparate and closed doors of the EU in Brussels.
      The EU laws are comparatively few, yes, but what you are saying is 13% of the laws of the UK are decided outside of the UK by vastly non-brits without the interest of the UK in particular, in an (arguably) less democratic system. I think that's the underlying argument for whole EU law debacle, rather than the overall scope of laws affected. EU court supremacy is another 'foreign country' issue like this.

  • Mindaugas Mazrimas
    Mindaugas Mazrimas 6 months ago +12

    A hard border between N.Ireland and ROI is a great idea if you want it to be bombed,set on fire and the people manning said border assaulted regularly not to mention it could spark another round of the troubles and anyone living in Ireland knows that while things are calmer some people are just waiting for an excuse!

    • Qwad Luzr
      Qwad Luzr 3 months ago

      Bending to terrorists is a European trait. Bending in general.

    • Ciara R
      Ciara R 6 months ago +1

      FiveLiver still an issue regarding the border...

    • FiveLiver
      FiveLiver 6 months ago

      @Ciara R - Good then it's not an issue - full steam ahead with Brexit (after May gets the boot)

    • Ciara R
      Ciara R 6 months ago +2

      FiveLiver the EU have stated they do not want a hard border.

    • FiveLiver
      FiveLiver 6 months ago

      The EU wants that nobody else

  • Elliott Hartup
    Elliott Hartup 6 months ago +73

    Jimmy wandered on to the set looking like a confused butler.

  • cary bary
    cary bary 6 months ago +24

    Warning. This clip contains canned laughter

    • Nunnha B
      Nunnha B 6 months ago

      @Michael McGrath And Adam Hills is the reason for the canned laughter in the first place!

    • GrandmasterFunk
      GrandmasterFunk 6 months ago +4

      This clip contains soyboy beta cuckery lol

    • intempify
      intempify 6 months ago +6

      Warning. Post-brexit food will come in cans.

    • Michael McGrath
      Michael McGrath 6 months ago +3

      Warning: this clip contains adam hills

    • RIXRADvidz
      RIXRADvidz 6 months ago +9

      I prefer bottled, or just piped directly in, but if canned is all that's available, well, make do.

  • Buddhas' Palm
    Buddhas' Palm 6 months ago +8

    Hillsy you don't understand a lot of things. You taking a pot shot at Julian Assange a couple of weeks ago made me sad and angry, until I realised what a shallow yes man you are. Can't Undo Needless Treachery.

    • ozzyintexas
      ozzyintexas 6 months ago

      adam hills shows a lot of ignorance towards issues and happenings because of his narrow-minded point of view. he has joined the 'be offended at everything' group. but I find hes like russ howard and nish kumar. they find horror and disgust with what other people do and say . and then tell a dick or fanny joke.... (or a disabled joke). which is totally hypocritical to their 'stance'.

  • Jestermagic100
    Jestermagic100 6 months ago

    weird seeing jimmy not in a suit lol

  • EndlessVacuum
    EndlessVacuum 6 months ago +15

    No Brexit has never been an option. No Brexit means that democracy is dead in Britain and therefore civil war.

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago

      EndlessVacuum A) civil war likely won’t happen, that’s a bit far
      B) we don’t live in a full democracy, not 100%of people have a vote in every new thing in government, we live in a representative democracy meaning we elect people to make hard decisions for us

    • Cosmic Steez
      Cosmic Steez 6 months ago

      noel Gavis fragile? Haha haha you soft cunts get triggered over everything, you’re terrified of foreigners ffs

    • Cosmic Steez
      Cosmic Steez 6 months ago

      noel Gavis haha fuck off pussyhole. What most of you cunts don’t understand is that a lot of us “filthy liberals” (I’m no liberal, you cuntbubble) aren’t fans of the EU but are actually informed and intelligent enough to know that the Conservatives can’t be trusted with anything important. If Corbyn had been in power since the last election I certainly wouldn’t be against Brexit but only under a government that won’t use it as an excuse to erode our rights and line their own pockets.

    • noel Gavis
      noel Gavis 6 months ago

      No they can jus ''break the rule'', we know you filthy scummy liberals are ok with corruption when its your 'guys' in power but you won't be breaking BREXIT.

  • bladeclanhalo3
    bladeclanhalo3 6 months ago +75

    the majority of idiots who still argue for brexit think that britian holds the never has. this country cannot survive without a good deal

    • rmm01o
      rmm01o 4 months ago

      Moron npc #124328726 regurgitating channels 4 indoctrination 😂😂😂

    • Joshthebrit
      Joshthebrit 6 months ago

      8% of the global market is in the eu, yet we can’t survive without eu imports? I mean sure we’d suffer without a deal but stating we won’t “survive” is a bit of a scare tactic.
      Its not about “holding the cards” its about unelected bureaucrats making laws for britons, my grandparents voted to enter the EEC trade union which turned into the EU political union. I want our country to make its own laws, draw its own borders & trade freely without tariffs globally.

    • NadiaR.
      NadiaR. 6 months ago +1

      @John Apleased my god you really are an angry sad person who cant hold a decent normal human conversation without bullying people and have a prejudice against them. You really are one of the worst kind of people. Because you say you want to debate, but when others give an argument you put your fingers in your ear and start screaming insults. You acuse other people of being little girls and uneducated spoiled brats, while you are the one who reacts as if they are uneducated and cant handle it if someone doesnt agree with you. You dont respond in a calm way but just shout random responses ending with once again insults. I wonder how that helps in your normal life and if people around you dont find you a pain in the ass...

    • mrlondoner91
      mrlondoner91 6 months ago +1

      We've survived worse than what those EU cunts can throw at us. There'll always be an England. We will survive and prosper without them.

  • Rody Teulings
    Rody Teulings 6 months ago +7

    Really don't understand you Brits. In a normal world, you would be considered conservative if you do not want to change anything and have things stay where they are at that moment in time. But now the conservatives are the ones wanting to change everything. Also, I believe the majority of the pro-brexit people are pro-brexit because of their feelings. It can not be based on facts, because most of them are still unknown to us all and the brexit is so vast and enormous it is impossible to know every detail and every pro and con.
    The feeling for freedom, mainly. A feeling that is very popular in this day and age. Freedom to be whoever you want to be, gay, lesbian, handicapped, tall, small etcetera. Or British. Finally being allowed to feel British again, freed from the Europeans. But for the average Joe, I don't believe anything is going to change at all. You will still be speaking English, still have your pounds, still have your pies, still have your shitty weather, still have the same schools, still have your organizations, still have your bobbies and your poppies...
    I don't think you would do an operation as vast and gigantuous as a brexit justice by having just one conclusion tied to it. It can not be either good or bad, because of its size. It is going to hit every single person in the UK, if it hasn't already.

    • J Doggy Dog
      J Doggy Dog 6 months ago

      Rody Teulings I agree, the idea that we were held down by the EU and stopped being able to feel brutish was always ludicrous to me, we had a big say in everything the EU voted for

    • ThaSlymes
      ThaSlymes 6 months ago +1

      If you didn't come off as a painfully smarmy cretin in your comments, look like a smarmy cretin in your pic AND talk like a higher-than-thou smarmy cretin, I might have been able to take your points seriously.
      Well at least we'll have the freedoms now to be whoever we want to be.....handicapped, tall, small, etc. (Not sure who's getting to choose their own height or whether or not to be disabled?)

    • noel Gavis
      noel Gavis 6 months ago +1

      I believe it is 800k brits living in EU countries and 3 million living Eus citizens living in the UK... What stats are you looking at?

    • palmeristo
      palmeristo 6 months ago +1

      @Graham Strouse haha I know he's not for everyone I was just making a point of whenever I've shared my view of America they say "you're not from here etc"

    • Graham Strouse
      Graham Strouse 6 months ago +4

      palmeristo Most of us Americans are pretty okay with insults directed at Trump. Insult away!

  • Michael McGrath
    Michael McGrath 6 months ago +12


    • Graham Strouse
      Graham Strouse 6 months ago +2

      HollyBlueAgitated Who cares? He’s just trying to get a rise out of everyone. Report him for spamming and ignore the twat.

    • HollyBlueAgitated
      HollyBlueAgitated 6 months ago

      @Michael McGrath don't dodge the question, are you 21 or 28

    • Michael McGrath
      Michael McGrath 6 months ago

      @RIXRADvidz an NPC millennial calling me stupid? Ironic

    • RIXRADvidz
      RIXRADvidz 6 months ago +2

      Fishing Troll!!!! we know you well, you're all over the place, showing your stupidity to everyone!!! it's so cute! you're so Fucking Stupid!! here, have a comment.

    • Eric Burkheimer
      Eric Burkheimer 6 months ago

      You say 'Woke' like it's a bad thing.

  • Michael McGrath
    Michael McGrath 6 months ago +11

    Jimmy Carr > Aids > adam hills

    • Pseudonayme 77
      Pseudonayme 77 6 months ago +1

      So you would rather have aids than Adam Hills? Doubtful :)

    • RIXRADvidz
      RIXRADvidz 6 months ago

      is AIDS a curse word now? can't say 'GAY' because it's okay to be gay, can't yell 'fag!' because someone will hand you a cigarette, can't yell 'pouf', because someone will think you're COS Harry now AIDS!!! is a curse word. okay, if you really must then go ahead, but you really look very stupid doing it.

    • Aharkhan
      Aharkhan 6 months ago +5

      Michael McGrath You might be on the wrong video then

  • michael Longford
    michael Longford 6 months ago +48

    That moment you realised Oscar pistorios was behind jimmy... **shudder**

    • HollyBlueAgitated
      HollyBlueAgitated 3 months ago

      @richard cunningham judging by your profile picture there may be a reason for that

    • James Eberlein
      James Eberlein 6 months ago +4

      @richard cunningham what a limp dicked basement dweller lol.

    • mark grant
      mark grant 6 months ago

      I still don’t trust physically disabled people because of that man. While I voted Brexit to keep these people out I feel only God can judge them, but maybe he already has. (Remember that C4, the old days when you could make real dark jokes, before all this lame arse wishy washy shite - get a fucking backbone, if any of your presenters still have one.)

    • richard cunningham
      richard cunningham 6 months ago +3

      He's an inspiration. A couple of years ago he shot and killed the hottest woman on earth, and that is when he became an inspiration to me, because hot women have been getting away with far too much shit for far too long.

    • αвѕolυтe αвѕυrd :3
      αвѕolυтe αвѕυrd :3 6 months ago

      Swag Deer XD

  • Kyle TheTreeKat
    Kyle TheTreeKat 6 months ago +1

    That old witch cunt in charge of this shit show should be rubbed out, useless cunt, bring back witch hanging 😂😂

  • ipodguy9
    ipodguy9 6 months ago


  • Shae is Bored
    Shae is Bored 6 months ago

    2nd comment wooohooooooo