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Mass UK protest demanding second EU referendum planned days before Brexit

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1 hour ago, Krataiboy said:

Irrelevant, as is the tired old Remoaner argument about whether the referendum was "advisory". Farage is not even a member of Parliament, which committed to the referendum result with the triggering of Article 50 in March 2017.

Both the EU and the British government accepted this decision as irrevocable, with the 

EU Commission stating, "Once triggered, Article 50 cannot be unilaterally reversed. Notification is a point of no return".

Parliament has dragged its Remainer heels long enough, in the process doing untold damage to the economy and the people's faith in our political system. Unless the government wants a revolution on its hands, we must leave by October 31 - deal or no deal.

Well the ECJ decided that it would be OK for the UK to decide unilaterally come back to mamma on 9th December. Just one day before the first meaningful (haha) vote. More like a meaningful coincidence!  

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50 minutes ago, david555 said:

you must feel very disappointing that you couldn't win , was from the beginning made very clear …, just that to high self esteem  from  U.K. is the reason for your situation , but you see even E.U. said that no transition period get you a nice cliff edge bonus at 9 billion , with no discussion from their side  :thumbsup:

Well, leave won the referendum - I'm happy about that. I'll need to revert to GCHQ again to decode the rest. Standby one.

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4 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

True to Brexiteer form.

 

All that’s wrong in the world is the fault of someone else.

 

 

And I thought it only applies to Thais

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4 minutes ago, White Christmas13 said:

And I thought it only applies to Thais

The mindset is identical.

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37 minutes ago, nauseus said:

You have managed to misquote me. These words are from Bizboi's post. 

 

Please desist. Besides, I would never spell disastrous like that!

 

As long as you could understand what I mean I don't care. Typing on a phone is for old men sometimes a problem. But you are very smart as proved now. Thanx. 

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39 minutes ago, nauseus said:

When did I say favoured BJ as PM? Another fake observation.  Rediculous ridiculous.

 

So as being a smart #### express yourself more clearly and stop poking in anybody's orthography.

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1 hour ago, Tropicalevo said:

These traitors 'demanding' a second referendum should be shot as traitors to the country and democracy.

 

They have NO rights to demand anything. Just poor losers. The country voted and chose. If you do not like the choice - buggggger off and leave the country to loyal citizens.

 

If you feel that I am biased - you are wrong. Had I been allowed to vote I would have voted 'stay' BUT the people have spoken. Right or wrong - end of story. Stop making up justification for your immoral and illegal actions.

More Brexit zealotry.

 

What kind of extremist madness is it to accuse people of being traitors and call for them to be shot for exercising their democratic rights to protest?

 

A perfect example of the extremist mindset.

 

Utterly disgraceful.

 

But will Brexit supporters call it out I wonder?

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7 hours ago, Estrada said:

The Pound fell because people were fooled by rich businessmen to vote to leave the EU. I few leave the pound will fall further.

In my young years 1970, the pound was worth Hfl 10,64 ( /2,2: € 4,83). The DM was then Hfl 0,90. 15 Nov 2015 the pound was wo4th € 1,43, yesterday € 1,1241 and today: € 1,1221, so.. your British do a good job to bring the pound to one ounce.

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6 hours ago, vogie said:

I thought Juncker catagorically stated there will be no other deal, the one they have at the moment is the only one on the table, you know the one that has been rejected 3 times already by Parliament.

The EU has pushed the UK into a corner, they are being intransigent/bloody minded and that leaves the UK with very little choice.

So, because you British were thinking about Brexit since =2013, referendum 2016, so a REAL fact, but.. 2019 could not agree nor come with a suggestion you could find a majority, it is the EU to blame, the EU did not give you a better deal as present ?

It reminds me to the negociations, when your minister Brown said to Willi Brandt in 1969: "invite us in, so we can take over.. "

 

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6 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

You’ve been listening to those experts who predicted that should the U.K not join the Euro, our economy would crash. The same as all those remainers that predicted that hundreds of thousands would immediately become unemployed if we were to Democratically vote to leave this so called union. 

 

Link to the claim that  hundreds of thousands would immediately become employed if the electorate voted Leave... please.

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5 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

I know dozens if not scores of people with NI numbers who are not citizens and not entitled to vote.

 

Maybe go back to a land ownership requirement?!

 

Good point. So let’s have the requirements to be a British citizens, combined with the possession of a N.I. number.  Happy now, or would that exclude you.

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