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4 hours ago, nauseus said:

Thanks Neil.

 

 

 In case our none British remainers are unaware who you are referring to.

 This man as leader of the opposition, successfully lead his party to Not one, but two GeneralElection defeats, before resigning and taking up a position in Brussels as a E.u commissioner, later to become Vice President Of the European Commission.Where he worked alongside his wife.

 He is of course a europhile.

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27 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

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.

That's for me to know and not a matter for discussion on TVF.

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3 hours ago, sawadee1947 said:

I suppose you changed your mind probably comparing to issues three years or more ago? So please grant your country fellows the same. 

Don't worry Sien Fein will be back supporting Ireland out of the EU soon so that will give you something to cheer about.

 

The thing with these marches is many of them are not my fellow countrymen.

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7 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

 

 In case our none British remainers are unaware who you are referring to.

 This man as leader of the opposition, successfully lead his party to Not one, but two GeneralElection defeats, before resigning and taking up a position in Brussels as a E.u commissioner, later to become Vice President Of the European Commission.Where he worked alongside his wife.

 He is of course a europhile.

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I've met Neil Kinnock on a number of occasions, nice bloke but he set the wheels in motion for Labour MPs to be selected by central office rather than their local constituency, which to my mind is the root cause of the complaint that MPs no longer represent their constituencies. 

 

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5 minutes ago, Laughing Gravy said:

Don't worry Sien Fein will be back supporting Ireland out of the EU soon so that will give you something to cheer about.

 

The thing with these marches is many of them are not my fellow countrymen.

"The thing with these marches is many of them are not my fellow countrymen".

 

And you have evidence to back that claim up?

 

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50 minutes ago, puipuitom said:

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.. "

 

 

You are so wrong, the British have since the 80’s come to realize that we were conned and lied to in 1975. When we were assured that we would be joining a trading block and not a political union. Since that date the clamour for our departure from this so so called union,has steadily increased, resulting in our voting Democratically in 2016 to finally leave. 

 Unfortunately since that Democratic, vote our Treacherous and Arrogant M.p’s lead by remainer T.May have tried to override the electorates decision.

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41 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

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.

My fuller posts on the subject have leaned in that direction but i credited posters will getting my drift without tapping it out in morse.

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2 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

You are so wrong, the British have since the 80’s come to realize that we were conned and lied to in 1975. When we were assured that we would be joining a trading block and not a political union. Since that date the clamour for our departure from this so so called union,has steadily increased, resulting in our voting Democratically in 2016 to finally leave. 

 Unfortunately since that Democratic, vote our Treacherous and Arrogant M.p’s lead by remainer T.May have tried to override the electorates decision.

You are of course speaking for yourself, I'm absolutely sure millions don't agree with you. 

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Not getting involved with leave/stay bull, there is something that does need to be understood though.

The referendum result was NOT binding as many think.

Sitting MP's DO NOT have to vote the way their constituents would wish. I am not going into parliamentary procedures, it would take forever, suffice to say they have the latitude to vote how they like.

Just saying.

 

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41 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

That's for me to know and not a matter for discussion on TVF.

Why did you create the illusion that you were heading back to UK to vote recently and that you had some sort of influence over a candidate ('part of the team' or something like that)? What can possibly be gained by such illusion followed by being deliberately evasive afterwards?

 

Can I expect to be reported to the headmaster again simply for asking?

 

If 'yes' perhaps they'll at least look into it as there's a fair amount of trolling going on and it isn't from this direction.

 

As I pointed out in a separate thread yesterday some of us are gifted with razor sharp memories & when someone pops up telling porkies they invariably come unstuck.

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8 hours ago, freedomnow said:

They'd have to be clear before-hand that a second vote would be the absolute decider unless it was a hung 50/50 result (improbable now).

The only vote that matters to Liberals is the one where they win. 

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1 hour ago, nontabury said:

 

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.

My requirements would be your grandparents and parents were British Citizens.

And remove all others.

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6 hours ago, david555 said:

Same moment Brexiteers understand no re opening negotiations as said multiple times by E.U. End station !

The tory elections are not gone change anything for that , fake promises full daydreaming ..

Totally agree - no need to re-open negotiations - its voted for now done and dusted - the majority have spoken get on with IT!!

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1 hour ago, Chomper Higgot said:

You are of course speaking for yourself, I'm absolutely sure millions don't agree with you. 

But the voting majority did - leave WON remain LOST end of story!! Easy enough to understand even for  lefty!!

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4 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

The mindset is identical.

ahhh nice one Chomper -  a lefty and at the same time a true racist!! sort your head out before posting maybe?

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