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Mass UK protest demanding second EU referendum planned days before Brexit

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4 hours ago, sawadee1947 said:

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. 

Misquote me then. I've changed my mind. I don't care either.

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4 hours ago, sawadee1947 said:

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

You have now misquoted me twice in as many posts. I can't express that more clearly.

 

 

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1 hour ago, evadgib said:

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.

Let's see if that razor sharp memory of yours can recall what the topic of the thread is and then manage to stick to it. 

 

This offering of yours is completely off topic.

 

 

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14 minutes ago, bizboi said:

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

I absolutely agree, Leave won, Remain lost. 

 

But that wasn't the end of the story. 

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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 millions more do.

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Interestingly, it was you who once again took the lead by inserting ‘Ficker than us’, not a claim I’ve ever resorted to but one on which you appear to be fixated.
 
Taking recent developments into account I note while last week 43,000 remain voters went AWOL in one single constituency Remain supporters are planning a mass pro Remain rally in London.
The last one over a million attended.
 
 
Lets hope it's chuckin it down hailstones..driving winds etc..certainly keep them sober.[emoji2][emoji2][emoji2]

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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 ..
The inglorious eu's bottle will crash big time around the 25th October if I'm any judge.
Brinkmanship is the name of the game now.
Also..expect likes of the german car industry to start kicking into merkel soon.

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12 minutes ago, malagateddy said:

The inglorious eu's bottle will crash big time around the 25th October if I'm any judge.
Brinkmanship is the name of the game now.
Also..expect likes of the german car industry to start kicking into merkel soon.

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How many eleventh hour dream scenario's have being there already whiteout any going flat on belly unless an extension granted on request of U.K.

at last moment giving in by E.U. as hoped by many here ….. forget that dream , just prepare for the cliff edge jump

**** 

Jean-Claude Piris: "That means on 1 November, suddenly the UK will have no trade agreements with anybody in the world so it will be a unique country. And nowadays the UK benefits from the EU Single Market but also all the trade agreements concluded by the EU on behalf of the 28 members with a lot of countries in the world - Canada, Singapore, South Korea, Mexico, Japan and so on. ****

 

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35 minutes ago, nauseus said:

But millions more do.

It was never 'millions more', not even three years ago.

 

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How many eleventh hour dream scenario's have being there already whiteout any going flat on belly unless an extension granted on request of U.K.
at last moment giving in by E.U. as hoped by many here ….. forget that dream , just prepare for the cliff edge jump
**** 
Jean-Claude Piris: "That means on 1 November, suddenly the UK will have no trade agreements with anybody in the world so it will be a unique country. And nowadays the UK benefits from the EU Single Market but also all the trade agreements concluded by the EU on behalf of the 28 members with a lot of countries in the world - Canada, Singapore, South Korea, Mexico, Japan and so on. ****
 
Well now..we shall just wait and see..one point..the eu will sorely miss the vital info from the "5 eyes"..
Just hope the brussels jobsworths think things through for their citizens.

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9 minutes ago, malagateddy said:

Well now..we shall just wait and see..one point..the eu will sorely miss the vital info from the "5 eyes"..
Just hope the brussels jobsworths think things through for their citizens.

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Because of course, intelligence only flows from the UK to the EU.

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Because of course, intelligence only flows from the UK to the EU.
Perhaps not all..but a massive amount..and lets face facts here..the USA do not think much at all about european countries security aspects..too many leaks/rivalry in certain countries govt depts..FACT!!!

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3 hours 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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No appointment in the EU as British commissioner than AFTER appointment by the British prime minister.

So, comments… NOT towards "Brussels" bit to Westminster.

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3 hours 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.

Remind: every and every step done in the transition from EEC towards EU is cio-signed by the British prime minister, ratified by the EU parliament, inclusive the British MP's, and often ratified by the British parliament.

So… all British governments and MP's since then are Treacherous and Arrogant ?

In the HoC at not one point they got an agreement.

That YOU donot agree with them, is more YOUR problem. For sure, 48,11% did NOT agree with you. And how many feel swindled by all lies before that referendum ? ?

One thing, happy for your British: 350 million pounds per week for the NHS, instead of "thrown away" to "Brussels. ( and of course.. no EU support to the UK anymore, so a lot of your farmers will face problems. Also.. no activities together anymore, as now under EMA, EFSA, RASFF, CE etc. All on your own.)

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6 hours 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. 

 

 

 

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It is inevitable that Toyota, Honda and Nissan will relocate from UK, and investment plans for all plants are already on hold, and most finance workers are leaving London.

 

UK agriculture is uncompetitive and will be barred through EU 'safety' rules.  UK will fade into history, and the union jack boxer-short waving nationalists will still be claiming it was the right thing to do.

 

How can a damp little island off the coast of Europe ever hope to flourish in isolation - delusional last-century thinking.

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