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No-deal Brexit will be stopped, Hammond says

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18 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

Well good to see you are advocating terrorism on a public forum - which is just what Irish republicans and others are suggesting. Hope Prism or whatever the system US/UK GCHQ uses to monitor has just had a red flag - however when the algo checks you out ......they'll forgo the home visit for now......

 

 

Not advocating anything,just let them get on with it,little wonder the English

regard the Irish as thick as the proverbial. 

  Let them battle it out,last one standing wins...could do a televised comedy half hour,every couple of weeks or so    here we are 2020 looms and cavemen at it again,      Nobody in GB could give a toss about it all  backstop is something Leo gets up to when his pants are around his ankles

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8 minutes ago, DannyCarlton said:

Look forward to seeing you on the news bloodied, battered but not beaten along with the other 20 Brexit solders that attended Farage's last march for freedom.

Hi Danny - good to see you back - that 'march' was a good laugh though - but don't worry Tommy will be out soon with a huge bag of coke paid for by his patriot supporters and he will lead them into the promised land line by sniffin' line. Obviously this pic needs a bit of tippex to do the dream justice. 

 

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1 minute ago, zorrow424 said:

Not advocating anything,just let them get on with it,little wonder the English

regard the Irish as thick as the proverbial. 

  Let them battle it out,last one standing wins...could do a televised comedy half hour,every couple of weeks or so    here we are 2020 looms and cavemen at it again,      Nobody in GB could give a toss about it all  backstop is something Leo gets up to when his pants are around his ankles

Yup the Irish that were this thick.

 

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4 minutes ago, zorrow424 said:

Not advocating anything,just let them get on with it,little wonder the English

regard the Irish as thick as the proverbial. 

  Let them battle it out,last one standing wins...could do a televised comedy half hour,every couple of weeks or so    here we are 2020 looms and cavemen at it again,      Nobody in GB could give a toss about it all  backstop is something Leo gets up to when his pants are around his ankles

Step back from the bottle , take your fingers away from the keyboard , close your eyes and breathe in and out slowly. Chanting peace and then go for a massage to soothe away your tensions.

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Not even a pin prick in the grand order of things, but I tell you this when all the dust settles down no hesitation to say Eire will be a wasteland after ND day ,make Greece look a wealthy paradise    The UK could bring the EU down ultimately without lifting a finger    Better though when Paddy gets that tunnel or bridge built to St Malo  

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On ‎8‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 6:48 PM, CG1 Blue said:

Watch the video, post #43 from Vogie. Leaving without a deal was mentioned countless times. The remain campaign made it absolutely clear no deal was a possibility. 

The government at the time consistently pointed out the 'risks' of leaving without a deal. The government leaflet posted to every UK household (costing the tax payer £9m)  mentioned a leave vote would mean leaving the CU and the Single Market.  

 

Or are you suggesting the public only listened to the Vote.Leave campaign? I repeat:

 

The public, knowing all the different possible Leave outcomes, and taking on board all the dire warnings from Cameron and Osborne voted to Leave. They didn't vote to Remain in the EU. 

 

 I have watched the video, and the possibility of leaving without a deal and having to revert to WTO terms is mentioned many times; by Remainers such as Cameron!

 

I repeat, the whole Vote.Leave campaign was based upon us leaving all the bits of the EU we didn't like, whilst retaining all the bits we did. Not once did the Vote.Leave campaign mention the consequences of leaving without a deal nor the consequences of joining Mauritania in becoming only the second country to trade on WTO terms alone. 

 

Of course I am not suggesting that the public only listened to the leave campaign; I would think that many voters had already made up their mind about the UK's membership of the EU long before the campaigns started.

 

But enough of them did, particularly amongst those who usually took no interest in politics and rarely, if ever, voted; who rarely, if ever, watched current affairs, political discussions or election broadcasts; who usually put election leaflets straight in the bin without reading them.. A group Cummings saw as a blank canvas upon which he could paint his views; and so they were targeted by Vote.Leave by various means, including illegal text messages. A tactic which succeeded in swinging the balance narrowly in Leave's favour.

 

Neither Vote.Leave nor any other leave campaign group produced any argument in response to any warnings of what could happen if we left the EU, especially if we left without a deal. Instead they simply dismissed these warnings as 'Project Fear.' 

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On ‎8‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 3:09 AM, NanLaew said:

Utter tosh.

 

The question asked was and irresolutely remains “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?” You can keep all your bus-side advertising and WTO rules out of it. That all came after the fact when both sides realized to their horror that the pin has been unexpectedly pulled by that wonderful, resilient and extant entity, the UK voter

 

And the "dangers" that the Remain side brought up were so hugely significant and memorable that they were so easily defeated as scaremongering?

 

Remind us what they said again?

 

See my response to CGI Blue above. 

 

BTW, the Boris bus and other lies from the leave campaign occurred during the campaign, not after.

 

Yes, the full consequences of leaving without a deal did not become known until well after the vote.

 

A very strong argument for allowing the British public the democratic right to change their mind now that those consequences are more widely known.

 

But we all know why you Brexiteers are so against that!

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On ‎8‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 3:27 AM, vinny41 said:

David Cameron !!28 TIMES!! "Leave Single Market" (June 2016)

 

Here was I thinking Cameron was a Remainer!

 

Why can't any of you find someone from Vote.Leave talking about trading on WTO terms during the campaign?

 

Answer, because they didn't!

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6 minutes ago, 7by7 said:

 I have watched the video, and the possibility of leaving without a deal and having to revert to WTO terms is mentioned many times; by Remainers such as Cameron!

 

I repeat, the whole Vote.Leave campaign was based upon us leaving all the bits of the EU we didn't like, whilst retaining all the bits we did. Not once did the Vote.Leave campaign mention the consequences of leaving without a deal nor the consequences of joining Mauritania in becoming only the second country to trade on WTO terms alone. 

 

Of course I am not suggesting that the public only listened to the leave campaign; I would think that many voters had already made up their mind about the UK's membership of the EU long before the campaigns started.

 

But enough of them did, particularly amongst those who usually took no interest in politics and rarely, if ever, voted; who rarely, if ever, watched current affairs, political discussions or election broadcasts; who usually put election leaflets straight in the bin without reading them.. A group Cummings saw as a blank canvas upon which he could paint his views; and so they were targeted by Vote.Leave by various means, including illegal text messages. A tactic which succeeded in swinging the balance narrowly in Leave's favour.

 

Neither Vote.Leave nor any other leave campaign group produced any argument in response to any warnings of what could happen if we left the EU, especially if we left without a deal. Instead they simply dismissed these warnings as 'Project Fear.' 

..but can you still not see,its over,finished,no good stating he said this and that,finished, kaput...as stated post 200   step back from it all,its gone,nothing or nobody to stop anything    its only the Irish who are going to suffer big time  Yes bit of discomfort felt by all I imagine,..but UK £ going up...like years before £ hit parity with Euro,six months later up by a rocket  everybody on buying binges in Spain

  Just give it a rest  its all finished, Boris has won   Good for Boris,good for UK

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