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Thread: Brexit thread

  1. #181

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    Leaked Commons legal analysis of Brexit deal vindicates Trump, contradicts May and adds to Brexiteers’ concerns

    https://brexitcentral.com/leaked-com...eers-concerns/

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  3. #183

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Maybe this wasn't clear enough either. Which country hasn't escaped the EU after a no vote in the first referendum?
    Ah the old "post something large and meaningless ploy" when challenged on something posted that is unsupported by facts.

  4. #184

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Ah the old "post something large and meaningless ploy" when challenged on something posted that is unsupported by facts.
    I take it you didn’t mean to quote yourself Cyril 😉👍

  5. #185

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    Quote Originally Posted by CardiffIrish2 View Post
    I take it you didn’t mean to quote yourself Cyril ����
    Just resurfacing the challenge that WB is dodging the other side of a page of deflection!

  6. #186

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Just resurfacing the challenge that WB is dodging the other side of a page of deflection!
    I beg pardon 😉👍

  7. #187

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    It's good to see Bercow going through the motions...

  8. #188

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    It's good to see Bercow going through the motions...
    Has he stood up and had a shit ?

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  10. #190

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    I really can’t see how David the coward Cameron can be used as any shred of credibility in the Brexit debate as he ****ed off like the shithouse he obviously was.

  11. #191

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    Quote Originally Posted by CardiffIrish2 View Post
    I really can’t see how David the coward Cameron can be used as any shred of credibility in the Brexit debate as he ****ed off like the shithouse he obviously was.
    It was his referendum, he made the rules

  12. #192

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    A thought occurs to me, if all of the members of the Conservative and Unionist party who keep on going on about how the Union must be maintained were presented with an ultimatum which said the only way possible to maintain Northern Ireland as a part of the United Kingdom in the way that it is now was to abandon Brexit, what would they decide? With the weather the way it's been, I've been stuck in the house for the last couple of days and spent yesterday afternoon watching the debate on BBC Parliament. There were so many MPs who spoke about the backstop and how it was unacceptable to them because they were a Unionist, but what are their stronger beliefs, the Union or Brexit? We are close to the situation that I outlined above now, but I see little sign that there would be many who would put the Union above Brexit.

  13. #193

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelsonca61 View Post
    Has he stood up and had a shit ?
    Well done for getting the double entendre...... :rolleyes:

  14. #194

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    The betrayal of Brexit March sounds well attended.
    About as much as we had for a Tuesday game against Rochdale in the 1990s.

    Actually, sorry about that they’ve slightly more to be honest 😃

  15. #195

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    Docility is why it's so easy for politicians to hoof Brexit into the ether. They understand people's commitment to it begun and ended with a trip to polling stations to place an X next to their preferred option.

  16. #196

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    Vote being pulled

  17. #197

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    Vote now is in the long grass .

  18. #198

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    Latest , there may never be a meaningful vote at all .

  19. #199

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    Jon Snow on Twitter;-

    "As May postpones/abandons her attempt to sell and win a vote on her Brexit deal, the faces on government benches are uniformly deeply glum: This moment represents a rock bottom low in British politics"

  20. #200

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    Feels like a lifetime but this was 3.5 years ago.

    Cameron.jpg

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  22. #202

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    Brexit has become too toxic to discuss, this isn't going to end well.

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  24. #204

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    Whatever one's views on Brexit it is an almighty nightmare now....

  25. #205

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    Whatever one's views on Brexit it is an almighty nightmare now....
    You obviously don't work for a hedge fund or as a currency trader!

  26. #206

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    You obviously don't work for a hedge fund or as a currency trader!
    You are, as ever, enormously astute. I so much respect your posts on here, by the way. And you still have the energy to challenge a certain person on here that I gave up on some time time ago.......

  27. #207

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    You are, as ever, enormously astute. I so much respect your posts on here, by the way. And you still have the energy to challenge a certain person on here that I gave up on some time time ago.......
    You had no option other than to give up, as you were digging yourself into an increasingly deeper hole. Tip: next time avoid being on the same side as Michael Avenatti

  28. #208

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    You had no option other than to give up, as you were digging yourself into an increasingly deeper hole. Tip: next time avoid being on the same side as Michael Avenatti
    Yeah, look whats happened to you with Donald Trump.

  29. #209

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    From what I gathered earlier from the radio, today's postponed vote must occur on or before January 21 next. That gives ample time for the central banking cartel to drop the pound to euro rate to parity or below to scare the plebs $hitless with full-time doom-monger Carney a certainty to interject with further tales of woe.

  30. #210

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Yeah, look whats happened to you with Donald Trump.
    What happened?

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