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British PM May resigns, paving way for Brexit confrontation with EU

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1 hour ago, Laughing Gravy said:

I had a self imposed months exile from these threads and I can see little has changed.

 

Many remainers still calling brexiteers stupid.

 

People still trying to discredit Nigel Farage. How stupid they are as many on here were saying he and his Brexit party was a non starter. Seems like the way they judge the UK's anger towards the EU and wanting to leave the EU, they have it wrong... again.

 

Same with Boris Johnson.

 

Junker only then other day stating it shows how difficult it is now to leave the EU. What a great club to be in!!!!!

 

 

"Many remainers still calling brexiteers stupid."

 

In your next breath:

 

"People still trying to discredit Nigel Farage. How stupid they are as many on here were saying he and his Brexit party was a non starter."

 

 

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1 hour ago, Laughing Gravy said:

Totally agree but as  I have said for a few years she was a remainer, didn't believe in Brexit and did a great job for the EU. You could speculate that she was an EU plant.

You can have as many wild speculations as you like.

 

But do you have any substance for your wild speculations?

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3 minutes ago, baansgr said:

Nobody wants a second referendum, and hope all the fasciats demanding one will keep stum after tomorrow when the EU election results are announced. That should be the end of it and let's get on and do what the public have voted for twice already....or do remoaners want a best of Five..

Branding Remainders as fascists is ridiculous. Pray tell how does a vote for Brexit Party actually change the outcome of Brexit?

 

https://www.politico.eu/article/why-the-uk-european-election-is-not-proxy-brexit-referendum-nigel-farage/

 

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2 minutes ago, Orton Rd said:

Saw Blair's biography in a second hand book shop at home. Strangely on the top shelf in the gardening section, when I asked why it was there the owner said he had to put it there out of reach because customers kept sticking it in the horror section. I said I was tempted to buy and burn it, he agreed that would be a good idea. Blair is probably the most hated man in the UK.

On the cusp of burning books already.

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3 minutes ago, nkg said:

 

But it isn't.

 

You can't throw accusations about how a group of people are "racist bigots", and then later explain that it was a joke. The damage has already been done.

 

If you describe every person who voted Leave as a "racist bigot", you yourself are a bigot, who deserves to be excluded from any further discussions.

You have a bit of a problem with your argument. 

 

He did not call every person who voted Leave a 'racist bigot'. What he actually said was:

 

1 hour ago, adammike said:

Not all the British people who want to leave the EU are racist bigots but all the racist bigots want to leave the EU.

 

That's a very long way from calling all Brexit supporters 'racist bigots'.

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14 minutes ago, baansgr said:

Nobody wants a second referendum, and hope all the fasciats demanding one will keep stum after tomorrow when the EU election results are announced. That should be the end of it and let's get on and do what the public have voted for twice already....or do remoaners want a best of Five..

Seems like the record has stuck again.  Tell me, do Brexiteers have access to a "one for all" Farage song sheet somewhere in the "Dark web"  ? 😂😂😂

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2 minutes ago, Snow Leopard said:

Well, the elections yesterday were pretty much another leave vote. As much as the Conservatives won't like it I think to give Farage some kind of role in the Brexit would not be bad politics. 

Farage had seven failed attempts to get elected to Parliament. 

 

Let's just leave it at that. 

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