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   Old Thread  #433 9 Sept 2019 at 0.28am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Ssshhhhh

I'm toying with the bloke who takes everything I say literally.

I mean honestly. I might as well get a bus and write him a big promise of 350 million quid a week along the side of it.

Oh... hang on....





Besides. I'm in a EU country.
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   Old Thread  #432 9 Sept 2019 at 0.28am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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When.
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   Old Thread  #431 9 Sept 2019 at 0.17am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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If you want to remain in the EU you need to move to an EU country .
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   Old Thread  #430 8 Sept 2019 at 11.55pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Nope.

The active words are remain and leave.

Pretty simple logic in my genius solution.

Maybe I should vote for me now that you've taken Preston out of the equation

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   Old Thread  #429 8 Sept 2019 at 11.03pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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   Old Thread  #428 8 Sept 2019 at 10.58pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Surely it would make more sense for those that voted to remain in to sell up and go live in the EU and those that voted to take the UK out of the eu stay in the UK.
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   Old Thread  #427 8 Sept 2019 at 3.41pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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More people than you think brought up the NI/ EU border as an issue. It was obviously going to be a problem with the "taking back control" of everything mantra. As a negotiated exit was always the answer it was never a deal breaker though. Brexit zealots have made it bigger than it should be in their arrogant search for a have cake and eat it deal cobbler's.

Not having the endless referendum options. It's got to be a or b not c,d,e etc in a knockout format.
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   Old Thread  #426 8 Sept 2019 at 1.47pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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If we don't leave, it certainly won't be because 'we're not allowed too'.

It'll be because nothing promised was reality, and no one considered Northern Ireland.

I think we need a 2 stage 2nd ref, like the Tory leadership vote:

1st vote - options are a) no deal b) May's deal C) remain

The least popular option is then eliminated, then 2nd vote a week later on the on remaining 2 options.

Doesn't split the leave vote like a single choice would, and 2 votes in quick succession is hardly beyond the wit of man.

But ... I reckon Johnson will come up with some minor change to May's deal, cry victory over the EU enemy, and get it across the line at the last moment. Which will be better than no deal, but it'll still be rubbish and no one will be happy with it, but the relief of getting something done will outweigh that. Then the brexity ****ers can bang on about being betrayed for ever more - because if it wasn't that, they'd be bleating about something else, so it makes little difference.
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   Old Thread  #425 8 Sept 2019 at 1.25pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Hadn't even realised that in the midst of my babble

Amber Rudd has jumped as well. Pretty soon it's just gonna be boris, gove and Rees mogg with farage shouting from behind and offering to hold their jacket when the fight kicks off. ..

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   Old Thread  #424 8 Sept 2019 at 11.18am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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As much as I dislike the option I can see another referendum as the only solution.A GE will solve little as we can't make a GE totally about Brexit.

The problem would be which 2 options out of the 3 are on the ballot paper
1/The only negotiated deal(Mays) v no deal.
2/The only negotiated deal(Mays) v Remain.
3/Remain v No deal.
I'd prefer option 2 in a ballot.
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   Old Thread  #423 8 Sept 2019 at 10.40am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
So the opposition want to make leaving without a deal outlawed.
The EU say that the deal we've been offered is the only one
Parliament voted against that deal 3 times.
So what do you think is going to happen?

Are we heading for Bradford's prediction? We will not be leaving as quite simply we are not allowed too

Mal stop talking about house buying the whole world doesn't revolve you.
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   Old Thread  #422 8 Sept 2019 at 10.05am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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I've actually got a solution to it.

It's perfect.

Nobody has to protest. It benefits everyone.

The 17.4 million people who voted to leave the EU should be told that their voice was important and be given their wish. They should be pointed toward a map of the world that shows all of the countries outside of the EU. Then, if they still want to leave, they can sell up, buy a ticket and ... leave. Easy.

It will give the housing market a boost. Free up homes for people wanting to get on the housing ladder. Give the building trade a shot in the arm as new buyers get renovations done. Boost trade for ailing airlines. And most importantly everybody gets what they want. I'm sure Farage will be welcomed in the USA with open arms.

Or am I missing something. ..?

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   Old Thread  #421 8 Sept 2019 at 9.10am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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'We're not allowed to leave'? Really?

A few months ago it was 'It's going badly 'cos May's a remainer, she won't let us go'

Or 'the EU will never let us leave'

Etc etc etc

If this were true, how come they've spent 3 years and christ knows how many billion quid buggering about trying to implement the result of the referendum?

Why didn't May, 3 years ago, simply say 'David Cameron promised to implement the result of an advisory referendum, I am NOT David Cameron - he's ****ed off, so sorry, it's a **** idea voted for by 35% of you, so tough, it ain't happening. On the plus side ... turns out we can have blue passports anyway - result!'

Public reaction would have been:
60% - whatever.
18% - a bit pissed off
18% - massively relieved
4% - AArrrgghhh! Revolution! March on London! - then lose interest after a week (like Farage's crappy march with about 30 pensioners)
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   Old Thread  #420 8 Sept 2019 at 8.39am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Canít say Iím into politics but I do take an interest in what happens with our county and at the minute itís an embarrassment.

So Borris jumps in through the back door like May thinking they can do a better job and when the reality strikes home, we are ****ed

First of all he claims a general election and plans to march us out of Europe. Next everybody has a no confidence in him and ****s him off, no surprise to me the pompous twit. Now he does not want a general election and that **** Corbin does, I wonder why

Letís not also forget this is the same **** who was an IRA sympathiser in the 70s

Bring back Cameron, not that Iím a conservative, all is forgiven

I see that **** Farrage is spouting off again too, ****

I said it in this thread earlier. Thereís a reason this Boris **** does not want an election now because he has finally realised what thousands already knew, he has not got a ****ing clue. He never declared his policies when he got the position ffs. I will tell you want the **** will do, drag us out of Europe, **** it all up and dive for cover the ****
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   Old Thread  #419 8 Sept 2019 at 8.06am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
There are now only two options left if your honest with yourselves as the parties are now so against one another that no matter what deal comes through someone wonít like it and will want to gain some kind of points from voting against it. So it will either be no deal or stay in the EU. I have said this before and I will say it again. We will not be leaving as quite simply we are not allowed too. Iím willing to bet that Iím right.
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