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2 hours ago, Loiner said:

You still haven’t got it have you? They’re not Leave campaign slogans, they’re from your very own Remainer-in-chief, liar-at-large, Theresa the appeaser.
Which votes in parliament will control it? There’s nothing to vote on at the moment. She won’t come back with anything by the 14th and is looking for another couple of weeks. No sign of 27 of them voting to extend article 50. We have 46 days to go, or it’s No Deal as is already legislated for.

Keep an eye on the across-the-aisle possibilities. Sorry to disappoint the Hard Brexiteers who will get shriller as the day approaches. Maybe snatched away from them. Or not.

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2 hours ago, Loiner said:


You still haven’t got it have you? They’re not Leave campaign slogans, they’re from your very own Remainer-in-chief, liar-at-large, Theresa the appeaser.

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8 minutes ago, SheungWan said:

Keep an eye on the across-the-aisle possibilities. Sorry to disappoint the Hard Brexiteers who will get shriller as the day approaches. Maybe snatched away from them. Or not.

IMO it's the media and govt. who are becoming more desperate in their efforts.....

 

Hardly suprising when those looking for a genuine leave, as per the referendum, get more annoyed as they watch the fiasco unfolding towards a BRINO.....

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21 minutes ago, dick dasterdly said:

IMO it's the media and govt. who are becoming more desperate in their efforts.....

Hardly suprising when those looking for a genuine leave, as per the referendum, get more annoyed as they watch the fiasco unfolding towards a BRINO.....

Again the Hard Brexiteer rubbish that only their formula equals "genuine leave". The broken record. And getting upset now.

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20 minutes ago, dick dasterdly said:

Heavy sigh.

So genuinely leaving only equates to a "genuine leave" - and you find this suprising??!!

May's 'deal' - loved by the eu, is clearly brexit in name only - whilst paying 39 bn for the privilege of staying within the eu......

That's your opinion, not fact. "Clear" to the Brexiteers only. So "heavy sigh" away. That's the trouble with Hard Brexiteers.  Cannot follow a logical argument, and so the broken record is the best they can do.

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Keep an eye on the across-the-aisle possibilities. Sorry to disappoint the Hard Brexiteers who will get shriller as the day approaches. Maybe snatched away from them. Or not.

No, I saw some of the Remainer march. Lots of shrill wails from them. And then there were the wimmin with them too. Parliament Square sounded like a girls school playground.

Leavers - now they make manly man sounds.


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2 minutes ago, Loiner said:

No, I saw some of the Remainer march. Lots of shrill wails from them. And then there were the wimmin with them too. Parliament Square sounded like a girls school playground.
Leavers - now they make manly man sounds.

Grow up.

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4 hours ago, Loiner said:

No, I saw some of the Remainer march. Lots of shrill wails from them. And then there were the wimmin with them too. Parliament Square sounded like a girls school playground.
Leavers - now they make manly man sounds.

 

3 hours ago, Loiner said:

If you don’t like it, don’t engage and don’t sneer from the sidelines.
When your pair have dropped and you can grow a beard you might understand. Until then you’re still a Remain soprano.

Well if it isn't racism its down and out sexism. Once the Hard Brexiteers start running around like headless chickens that's what you get.

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11 hours ago, dick dasterdly said:

Heavy sigh.

 

So genuinely leaving only equates to a "genuine leave" - and you find this suprising??!!

 

May's 'deal' - loved by the eu, is clearly brexit in name only - whilst paying 39 bn for the privilege of staying within the eu......

 

 

You only voted to end EU membership. Never for what happens after that. Campaign for another referendum if you wanna have a say on that as well. (Just make sure this time it’s (a) binding and (b) not being manipulated so there is some buyin). 

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11 hours ago, Loiner said:


No, I saw some of the Remainer march. Lots of shrill wails from them. And then there were the wimmin with them too. Parliament Square sounded like a girls school playground.

Leavers - now they make manly man sounds.


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Well if it isn't racism its down and out sexism. Once the Hard Brexiteers start running around like headless chickens that's what you get.

Any more ‘ist’ insults you like to throw? Try piss-artist and I might bite.


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20 minutes ago, welovesundaysatspace said:

You only voted to end EU membership. Never for what happens after that. Campaign for another referendum if you wanna have a say on that as well. (Just make sure this time it’s (a) binding and (b) not being manipulated so there is some buyin). 

Yes, voting to leave the E.U meant LEAVING the E.U completely , not half leaving the E.U with any agreements .

  Leave , as in not part of it anymore

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3 minutes ago, sanemax said:

Yes, voting to leave the E.U meant LEAVING the E.U completely , not half leaving the E.U with any agreements .

  Leave , as in not part of it anymore

No. That's your meaning, notwithstanding liberal use of the caps button. It is Parliament which will decide, not the Hard Brexiteer nutters outside waving their placards.

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5 minutes ago, sanemax said:

Yes, voting to leave the E.U meant LEAVING the E.U completely , not half leaving the E.U with any agreements .

  Leave , as in not part of it anymore

No, only to end EU membership, there was never any vote that would forbid the UK to have agreements with the EU post that. 

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