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Home Office rejects Nessie UK residency bid

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paperdyer

You can get a lot of pints for 65 pounds.

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oldrover
8 minutes ago, paperdyer said:

You can get a lot of pints for 65 pounds.

21 if you shop around. 

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Lilly

Uh...if it exists it's an animal. Last time I checked animals aren't required to have legal residency, are they?

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Still Waters
2 hours ago, UM-Bot said:

An application to allow the Loch Ness Monster to remain a UK resident after Brexit has been declined.

Spoilsports :lol:

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acute

Unbelievable!  This is absolutely typical of the mind-blowing ignorance displayed during the Brexit debate.
Nessie will remain a UK citizen until a successful Scottish Independence Referendum, and she will keep her EU passport privileges until Brexit is over.

This is a non-issue.

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seanjo

Nessie is British anyway, He/it/She has certainly been here long enough to be naturalised.

 

 

By the way, lame crappy liberal lefty attempt at humour...

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timewarrior

I agree with this decision, the British don't need some foreign monster pulling resources away from other giant monsters living in England at the moment. . .For the love of god people, isn't the Doctor overworked as is?  

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