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  1. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    Indeed a very valid point , my only thought though do you actual think if they had 24/7 parliamentary time for the next 5 years would they get to an agreement ?

    As this is reported as being a very important matter facing us since WW2 ( not my quote ) perhaps the best amendment they could have brought to the government and parliament , would have been to cancel their summer recess including the speakers
    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    I think we should have a referendum every year ,about having a referendum ,that should sort it out
    No just a final one that should do it. This is not the Champions League, although it's very entertaining

  2. #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by delmbox View Post
    Leaving at the exact right time so that a remainer can succeed him. Thanks for everything John
    What does it matter if the next speaker is a remainer or not? We’re leaving anyway.

  3. #33

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    Quote Originally Posted by William Treseder View Post
    What does it matter if the next speaker is a remainer or not? We’re leaving anyway.
    Are you sure?

  4. #34

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    Everyone agrees there's going to be an election, even JC. All he said to Johnson was "don't be so impatient my lad, all in good time". What possible difference does it make having one in October or just a few weeks later in November? A storm in a teacup methinks.

    However I don't think an election would solve anything unless we had a third referendum before it. I still can't get my head around why all the Leavers are shit scared of having one.


    It's not up to Corbyn to deny the people an election. He wants to halt progress but he knows that he'll be hammered in an election which will lead to his sacking as leader of the Monster New Labour Party shortly afterwards.
    It's a strange thing indeed to see this small group of entitled MP's holding back the tide of the people's will with Corby in the role of Knut and stranger still to hear them telling us that they're saving democracy by preventing elections !

    They're definitely drinking in the last chance saloon though, and they can only get away with this for so long . Inevitably , the will of the majority or a democratic vote will catch up with them and they'll never get the chance again to con their way into PW then use that to overrule democracy.

  5. #35

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonnieBird View Post
    It's not up to Corbyn to deny the people an election. He wants to halt progress but he knows that he'll be hammered in an election which will lead to his sacking as leader of the Monster New Labour Party shortly afterwards.
    It's a strange thing indeed to see this small group of entitled MP's holding back the tide of the people's will with Corby in the role of Knut and stranger still to hear them telling us that they're saving democracy by preventing elections !

    They're definitely drinking in the last chance saloon though, and they can only get away with this for so long . Inevitably , the will of the majority or a democratic vote will catch up with them and they'll never get the chance again to con their way into PW then use that to overrule democracy.
    All in good time Sir Jim, all in good time. A third poll is nigh and the people will speak. I feel it in my water.

  6. #36

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    How do you mean third ?
    It'll do you no good having another poll or an election. The majority will still be Brexit and whatever happens the Monster Raving New Labour Party will be wiped out in an election . Since the dishonest M.Ps can't stall forever, your only chance of maintaining our colonisation by Germany is force, and we all know that socialists are generally weak people and I doubt that you'd persuade British troops to shoot civilians or put them in camps, so there's nowhere to go is there ?

  7. #37

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonnieBird View Post
    How do you mean third ?
    It'll do you no good having another poll or an election. The majority will still be Brexit and whatever happens the Monster Raving New Labour Party will be wiped out in an election . Since the dishonest M.Ps can't stall forever, your only chance of maintaining our colonisation by Germany is force, and we all know that socialists are generally weak people and I doubt that you'd persuade British troops to shoot civilians or put them in camps, so there's nowhere to go is there ?
    Don't you remember the first in 1975?

    Of course no one knows the exact outcome of the third poll yet but the fact is that Remainers are not afraid of putting it back to the people; unlike the bulk of Leavers it seems who are desperate to hold on to a poll fast receding in time.

    However, when you factor in the assertions of psephologists that Leavers were an older, less educated demographic (no criticism intended, just pollster's analytics) then it is at least possible nature has now taken its course and there will be a swing towards a younger, more educated Remain vote. Coupled with a dangerously rogue government and stark warnings on the effects of a crash out Brexit I detect some movement in public opinion.

    I admire how you are doing your best to keep yourself chipper in the face of impending disappointment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    Don't you remember the first in 1975?

    Of course no one knows the exact outcome of the third poll yet but the fact is that Remainers are not afraid of putting it back to the people; unlike the bulk of Leavers it seems who are desperate to hold on to a poll fast receding in time.

    However, when you factor in the assertions of psephologists that Leavers were an older, less educated demographic (no criticism intended, just pollster's analytics) then it is at least possible nature has now taken its course and there will be a swing towards a younger, more educated Remain vote. Coupled with a dangerously rogue government and stark warnings on the effects of a crash out Brexit I detect some movement in public opinion.

    I admire how you are doing your best to keep yourself chipper in the face of impending disappointment.
    I wonder why it is fast receding in time?

    Young people are more likely to have been propagandised in the classroom these days, so they may be lacking in common sense and the ability to think for themselves.

  9. #39

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    I wonder why it is fast receding in time?

    Young people are more likely to have been propagandised in the classroom these days, so they may be lacking in common sense and the ability to think for themselves.
    It certainly the age of (receding ) democracy .

  10. #40

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    I wonder why it is fast receding in time?

    Young people are more likely to have been propagandised in the classroom these days, so they may be lacking in common sense and the ability to think for themselves.
    Gravity and dark energy essentially

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