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BANGKOK 19 January 2019 06:46
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Brits to vote again? Brexit delay creates headache for Europe

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11 minutes ago, mickymouse1 said:

Vote again? What for and why?

Those who opposed Brexit can just ask for ignoring the result and carry on as usual.

What a load of clowns representing the big top "toys"

You do not get it, Brexit is a dead Duck Swimming, it will be buried by next weekend. 

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9 minutes ago, newatthis said:

So instead of 16,000,000 going through an unwanted divorce, it now looks like 17,000,000 have to stay in a forced marriage that they don't want.

Many a couple change their minds between screaming ‘divorce’ in a fit of anger and coming to signing their decree absolute in the cold light of day.

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5 minutes ago, IAMHERE said:

UK, one of the top notch Empires in all human history can surmount this too. Go Go UK.

Top notch? What does that mean?

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One wonders if this is not what the UK Gov't wanted all along? May and her cronies are Remainers in charge of an exit. They have done nothing but balls this up from the start.

 

The previous Gov't under Cameron was so arrogant it did not have a plan for exiting, which has seriously crippled the process. Junker is wetting himself laughing so hard.

 

A second referendum now would probably be to remain- not because its what people want but because the 'deal' is a complete cop-out and cluster**** which stuffs up the UK.

 

My big question is -will the Brit ex MEPS and Commissioners still continue to receive their bloated EU pensions- something that has not had much mention in the Press but I would think is extremely likely. Pigs still with their snouts in the EU trough.

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2 minutes ago, vogie said:

The only people that convenietly believes the "crock of brown stuff" are the remainers, and simply because it fits in their argument against democracy. Do you believe everything you read on the sides of buses, judging by your replies I would say you do and you're not alone on that one, remainers have been saying it for so long now, I actually think they are starting to believe it themselves.😊

You’ve gone from weak arguments to ‘Projection’.

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The Brexit madness has cost too much already.
The economic damage for the UK and the EU is enormous.
There are many studies that try to quantify the costs, but all of them only light up parts.
Additional cost of action for the 27 EU countries about 60 billion, damage to the 27 EU companies about 70 billion, loss of purchasing power of the euro currency well over 100 billion.
That should also put the EU on the UK bill.

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1 minute ago, vogie said:

You need to widen your reading material, can I reconmend single deckers and double deckers as well as your beloved brexit bus.😃

Failed Brexit now belongs to ‘Remainers’ as, it now seems, does the ‘Brexit Bus’.

 

You’ve lost touch with the fact based universe.

 

 

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Panto season may be over but "That's the way to do it!😊

 

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40 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Many a couple change their minds between screaming ‘divorce’ in a fit of anger and coming to signing their decree absolute in the cold light of day.

And what about the 17,000,000 who will have to live in a forced marriage that they wanted out of? Do they count, at all?

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