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Labour declares Brexit talks dead as May's premiership crumbles

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Wonder if Corbyn knows what his policy is yet 3 years on nobody else knows 🤔

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7 hours ago, Baerboxer said:

 

How many people voted to leave without any sort of deal? Apart from apparently you and a couple more Brexiteer posters here?

 

  17.4 million people in the largest Democratic vote in our history.

 

 

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Troll post with inflammatory meme removed.  

 

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4 hours ago, TopDeadSenter said:

Excuse me, but before the referendum there were 2 choices. Remain or Leave. It was only after the remainers lost that the whole nonsense of 2nd referendums and soft Brexits, remaining in the customs union, open borders and bending over and taking all the EU rules for eternity. It is nonsense. We voted to leave. To properly leave. The notion of some easy deal and secretly remaining in the EU while calling it Brexit is a fantasy. 

 This is what 3 years since we won the referndum to Leave. I can't believe some people are still in denial.

 

3 hours ago, stevenl said:

There was also no mention of no deal.

 

And what many remoaners are blind to, is the direction, in which those unelected Bureaucrats in Brussels intend to take the E.u ( if it survives).

In fact very little discussion on their future plans have been highlighted in the establishment owed media, I can only wonder why. One example is the remoaners continued denial that the E.u are intending to create an E.u army.

 

 

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3 hours ago, puipuitom said:

 

 

So what are the remoaners looking up.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Parliament have taken that self harm option off the table.

 

 

 True,but it’s still the desire of the British people. 

Another example of the people versus Westminster.

 

 

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On 5/17/2019 at 6:44 PM, darksidedog said:

But he isn't even in Government and has division in his ranks too, but with even less votes, so the same could easily be said for him.Case of pot meet kettle, as there are no guarantees he could bring Labour as a united force to back a deal he wants either. So, as I said, cheap sniping for attempted political gain.

 

 Why would Corbyn , want to side with his political opponent .

     Surely , it would not in the interests  of the British people. 

 

 

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9 hours ago, Loiner said:

17.4 Million voted for No Deal. There was no mention of a deal until after we won, when the Remain subterfuge and EU trickery started.  

 

9 hours ago, tebee said:

Stop spouting this rubbish. Everyone said there would be the easiest deal ever before the referendum.

 

You are either in denial of reality ot trying to change history after the fact. 

 

To me, either of those completely ruins your credibility  

 

6 hours ago, Loiner said:


Sorry Mr Would-be Censor, you are neither the designator of rubbish, or the arbiter of credibility.
The “should be the easiest deal in history” was an observation before Theresa’s appeasement started. It was also related to the deal they won’t even discuss yet. The post-bexit trading arrangements.
You Remainers and the EU produced a new Surrender Treaty which is a ‘deal’ nobody will agree to. That’s the history which you cannot quash.

I'm not trying to censor anyone, i am just pointing out that if you write things that are easily provable as untrue, the veracity of everything you say becomes suspect. 

 

Indeed you seem to have disproved your own first statement with your second. if people were not talking about a deal where did the "easiest deal in history" come from ?

 

No deal would preclude  coming to any trade agreement until the terms of the withdrawal agreement were met, so insisting that no deal is what everybody was talking about them can not be true.  

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