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17 hours ago, jamesy9368 said:

“who are pulling the strings in Downing Street, those who are setting the strategy.” Says Hammond who is upset its not him anymore. What we are going to get is Armageddon.

 

Then voting to trigger A50 would trigger Armageddon.
Then any changes to the NI border would trigger Armageddon.
Then not having a 'transition' period would trigger Armageddon.
Then denying a 'People's Vote' would trigger Armageddon.
Then leaving the customs union would trigger Armageddon.
Then not extending A50 would trigger Armageddon.
Then electing Boris Johnson would trigger Armageddon.
Then not having an all-female national disunity remain government would trigger Armageddon.
And now no deal will trigger Armageddon.
Every time remainers lose they shift the narrative. But what never shifts is the basic truth that it's not Armageddon they're afraid of but democracy

Well said.

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11 hours ago, CG1 Blue said:

You mean meaningless buzzwords like 'Unicorns'? 

John Major is a fervent remainer. The same John Major who supported us joining the disastrous exchange rate mechanism, and the same John Major who sneaked the Lisbon Treaty through without consulting the public. 

And it's too late to take back control I'm afraid. The clock is ticking. We're as good as out. 

 

P.S. I hear that fool Marcus Ball failed again in his attempt to stop Brexit by suing Boris. His pointless appeal was thrown out today. 

It was Maastricht but there should have been a referendum before that too. 

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3 hours ago, stevenl said:

I'm sure it did to you.

It is what Article 50 of the (EU) Lisbon Treaty dictates.  

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1 hour ago, JonnyF said:

If the choices were Remain or Leave with a deal then you would have a point.

 

However the choices were Remain or Leave so you look like someone desperately clutching at straws in an attempt to subvert the result of the (democratic) referendum that you lost.

 

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Sorry to see that your English knowledge is lacking, and far below level of non Brits here.

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Just now, stevenl said:

Exactly. So when someone says 'the choice was clear, leave on WTO terms', that is a blatant lie.

You should read Article 50. All of it.

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9 minutes ago, nauseus said:

It was Maastricht but there should have been a referendum before that too. 

There should never have been any referendums. We elect a government to make our decisions on our behalf. There was never any need for a referendum, the government should have triggered Article 50 by parlamentary vote. That's the essence of British democracy.

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3 hours ago, NanLaew said:

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.

No. That all happened before the pin was pulled. As did, "Getting a preferential deal for the UK will be the easiest thing in the world" and "If we stay in the EU we will be swamped with 70 million Turks". You do realise that the term "project fear" was first coined by the remain campign referring to the brexit campaign?

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