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Johnson warns EU against any 'Napoleonic' tariffs in no-deal Brexit

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2 minutes ago, evadgib said:

How can he do that if he's somewhere else doing something that he has agreed to courtesy of the 5 P's? (planning!)

You are simply baiting for the sake of it therefore i'm done with this particular point.

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Baiting, not true at all. I genuinely am amazed johnson is avoiding debates and this is spun as a good thing by his team. 

 

I’m pointing out he is refusing to debate the issues in any meaningful manner. 

 

He’s scared and running from debate. Not a good trait in a national leader. 

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8 minutes ago, Bluespunk said:

Baiting, not true at all. I genuinely am amazed johnson is avoiding debates and this is spun as a good thing by his team. 

 

I’m pointing out he is refusing to debate the issues in any meaningful manner. 

 

He’s scared and running from debate. Not a good trait in a national leader. 

Given the reneging he's going to have to do once he gains office, can you blame him?

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5 minutes ago, bristolboy said:

Given the reneging he's going to have to do once he gains office, can you blame him?

Yep, completely agree. 

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What should be clear to Hunt by now is that he must upstage Boris to defeat him. If johnson is always attracting news headlines, it's a certainty that the Tory voters would choose him to be the next PM, however he acts. 

 

Such is the British mentality of the voting public. 

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8 minutes ago, bristolboy said:

Given the reneging he's going to have to do once he gains office, can you blame him?

The only surprise (from either candidate) will be how quickly 😎

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5 minutes ago, stephenterry said:

What should be clear to Hunt by now is that he must upstage Boris to defeat him. If johnson is always attracting news headlines, it's a certainty that the Tory voters would choose him to be the next PM, however he acts. 

 

Such is the British mentality of the voting public. Like Brexiteers...

A perfectly reasonable post until....(!)

 

Johnson knows how to identify and avoid what he calls 'Bear Traps' and has said so many times on the likes of HIGNFI.

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1 minute ago, evadgib said:

A perfectly reasonable post until....(!)

 

Johnson knows how to identify and avoid what he calls 'Bear Traps' and has said so many times on the likes of HIGNFI.

And yet he would have the nation (or at least what’s left of Brexiteers) believe that he’s the man who can face down the EU and get a deal that isn’t on offer.

 

That anybody has any faith in Johnson is an indication of how far from the reality based universe they have strayed.

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8 minutes ago, evadgib said:

A perfectly reasonable post until....(!)

 

Johnson knows how to identify and avoid what he calls 'Bear Traps' and has said so many times on the likes of HIGNFI.

Agree. Apologies. Deleted. 

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5 minutes ago, JonnyF said:

Sky : Hey Boris why don't you come onto our Remainer station to debate with a Remainer, facing questions by our Remainer biased host and in front of a predominantly Remainer audience.

 

Johnson : Thanks but actually I have multiple other debates lined up which will be conducted on a more level playing field. 

 

Bluespunk: Coward!!!

Johnson - if he covets the PM post - needs to be able to contend with whatever is thrown at him. At the moment if he's stalling on media interviews, he probably doesn't have the necessary when the going gets really tough.   Gove would have walked rings around him, be happy it's Hunt.

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If you walk away with no deal Boris,the EU can do whatever they please.

May had a deal, the chicken farm let it go over the pecking order

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I see de Pfeffel is now quoted as saying leaving with no deal is a million to one shot AGAINST - oh dear it looks like the brexiteers now haven't even got a horse in this race !!

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