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PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 8:47 pm 
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Oh dear loser May's hopes of securing a bad deal brexit and getting rewarded with a high paying euro job afterwards are looking bleaker :lol:

Kick the stupid cow out and walk away from the EU that's the only way to get a better deal out of them

But whats the betting there will be some way to ignore the vote and commit to it any way :sad:

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 9:30 pm 
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It would help if the Labour Party kept to their manifesto commitment to honor the referendum result.

But I'm sure we will be out, and out soon with a deal. :-$

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:14 am 
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I prefer out without a deal as otherwise we will either be stuck paying into the EU with no benefit for another two years whilst we make a futile attempt to renegotiate

personally i think this is the EU's game force us to stay in and keep pouring money into EU coffers

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:19 am 
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I am fed up with the politicians that are always saying what they don't want but not saying what they do want.
The default position at the moment is that we leave on 29th March either with a deal or without a deal. That is the law. To get any extension would need to be for a specific purpose and not to renegotiate. This extension would also need the agreement of the 27 member states.
So with the EU not willing to change the agreement and our MPs not being able to agree to "the deal" we either leave without a deal or we introduce new legislation that revokes article 50 and we don't leave.
By doing the latter could then mean that we can again trigger article 50 and start again from scratch.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 12:07 pm 
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edders23 wrote:
I prefer out without a deal as otherwise we will either be stuck paying into the EU with no benefit for another two years whilst we make a futile attempt to renegotiate

personally i think this is the EU's game force us to stay in and keep pouring money into EU coffers



If you remember this is what they done with Ireland,forced them to re run things until they got the result they wanted.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 4:35 pm 
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I don't know if anybody else has noticed what a pathetic bunch our MPs really are. Infighting, playing games to better themselves and the total betrayal of the people they're supposed to represent. The way this country operates politically needs a serious overhaul.


Food for thought - Theresa May was against leaving Europe at the time of the referendum, but in spite of everything that has been thrown at her she is still trying to follow the wishes of the majority of the people who voted to leave.

I don't know why people expect this Parliament to act as if any of them actually know what they are doing.

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I am fed up with the politicians that are always saying what they don't want but not saying what they do want.

In other words the position of the Labour Party.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:59 pm 
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I don't know if anybody else has noticed what a pathetic bunch our MPs really are

80% (ish) of MPs are remainers, that's the problem.

They couldn't give a f*** what deal May gets or doesn't get, they want to delay until we all get fed up and seek a new vote.

However I'm more certain than I've ever been that that wont happen.

But the bit I'm waiting for when we leave, is the Labour Party falling apart when they try and put a second referendum in their next manifesto.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 9:25 pm 
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Listening to the radio tonight i think the EU are ready to make our parliaments mind up for them as they are as fed up as the British electorate of the stupid point scoring games when the whole future of the UK is at stake

yesterdays vote on asking for an extension will be pointless the Germans,Dutch and swedes are ready to tell us to F Off

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 10:50 pm 
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edders23 wrote:

yesterdays vote on asking for an extension will be pointless the Germans,Dutch and swedes are ready to tell us to F Off

We can only hope they do.

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grandad wrote:
edders23 wrote:

yesterdays vote on asking for an extension will be pointless the Germans,Dutch and swedes are ready to tell us to F Off

We can only hope they do.


They won’t.

They will demand “their” £39 Billion now. And a Billion a week until we finally go.

Which will be never.

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I am thinking of putting my name forward to be one of our MEP candidates. I might make a few bob whilst waiting to leave.

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I am thinking of putting my name forward to be one of our MEP candidates. I might make a few bob whilst waiting to leave.

As long as you haven't got to walk from Sunderland to London.

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I am thinking of putting my name forward to be one of our MEP candidates. I might make a few bob whilst waiting to leave.



and leave your nice secure board operators job :wink:

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Sussex wrote:
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I am thinking of putting my name forward to be one of our MEP candidates. I might make a few bob whilst waiting to leave.

As long as you haven't got to walk from Sunderland to London.



I really don't understand the point of this march or is it Farage suffering withdrawal symptoms due to lack of publicity

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