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18 hours ago, lemonjelly said:

Sounds like they’re colluding with the French in order to get an extension refused


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Only if eternal fishing rights granted in return …..:cheesy: A small price for freedom I would say....:clap2:

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7 hours ago, joecoolfrog said:

Why isn't it called the no deal Brexit party , that would be the honest truth.

Because, when the expression 'clean deal brexit' would become of common use, as they hope it will:

1. they would have succeeded in eliminating the negativity of 'no deal', rather associating themselves with the positivity of 'clean deal', being the good guys, progressively wiping away the truth of the facts in the populace's mind;

2. it would become 'normal' for them to call any, eventual (or attempt to reach such), negotiated deal, a 'dirty deal', degrading the supporters of it to a second category of despicable 'untermenschen', next to the 'traitors' / 'undemocratic remainers'.

(N.B.: there is into this not any parallel with the build-up of fascistoïd propaganda methods in the past)

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16 hours ago, Jip99 said:
17 hours ago, tebee said:

interestingly enough the north of england is now more pro-remain the the south(outside of London). Only the midlands has a pro-brexit majority.

 

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You would have to be some sort of idiot to believe that statement.

 

The typical Leaver response to polls which show that Remain is now more popular than Leave.

 

Yet polls showing the opposite are treated by you lot as Holy Writ! 

 

There is only one poll which counts, and all of we British should be given the opportunity to participate in it and cast our votes in a final, legally binding referendum.

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9 hours ago, JonnyF said:

I took it as a dig at the Guardian reading Champagne socialists who love the EU because it provides cheap labour for the menial jobs at the large corporation which pays them a 6 figure salary, and besides, none of the immigrants can afford to live within 20 square kms of their Hampstead townhouse anyway...

 I'm not sure if Cummings, Johnson or Rees-Mogg read the Guardian, and whilst they all like champagne, I wouldn't call them socialist; but the rest of your description fits them very well.

 

Farage, too come to think of it.

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22 hours ago, BigBadGeordie said:

Downing Street chief and former Vote Leave boss lives in luxurious £1.6 million townhouse with a ‘tapestry room’ – and his wife’s family owns a castle.

https://www.theredroar.com/2019/08/revealed-anti-elite-dominic-cummings-lives-in-1-6-million-islington-townhouse/

And your problem with that is what exactly?

 

The castle (which is not his anyway), or the fact that he lives in a £1.6 million townhouse, as do his neighbours all along the street.

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17 hours ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

 

You would have to be some sort of idiot to believe that statement.

Or even to write it perhaps.

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Anyway back to 'realpolitik' Farage/Tyce saying if Johnson does not deliver a clean break Brexit by 31st October he is finished and a part of the 'establishment' that needs to be overthrown. So no lifelines for our Liar-in-Chief there. Vote Brexit Party for free broadband (t&c apply)

 

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10 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

Anyway back to 'realpolitik' Farage/Tyce saying if Johnson does not deliver a clean break Brexit by 31st October he is finished and a part of the 'establishment' that needs to be overthrown. So no lifelines for our Liar-in-Chief there. Vote Brexit Party for free broadband (t&c apply)

 

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And how these gaps in the treasury will be closed ? By Santa Clause, the Eastern Rabbit or ? 

Promising… every politician can do, but... fulfil.. THAT's the question.

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2 minutes ago, puipuitom said:

And how these gaps in the treasury will be closed ? By Santa Clause, the Eastern Rabbit or ? 

Promising… every politician can do, but... fulfil.. THAT's the question.

Scrapping inheritance tax will be a great boon to those left behind ! But guess who it would benefit.....

 

Richard Tice:

Mr Tice is the co-founder of Leave.EU and is currently the Vice Chairman of the Leave Means Leave campaign. This businessman is the CEO of the asset management group Quidnet Capital LLP, which has over £500 million worth of property. Despite being a strong Brexiteer and critic of the current UK government, Mr Tice is a Conservative member and attempted to be the party’s nominee in the 2020 London Mayoral election, but failed to make the long-list. As well as Brexit, Mr Tice has also passionately campaigned for improvements on housing and education.

 

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14 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

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Maybe wise to use the same tactic as Nawalny advised his followers in Russia: smart voting. You want for sure a "REMAIN"? Vote for the only party, who will do its utmost for that: LibDem. With the British democratic system the one with the most votes per constituency get the seat, the others nothing, and with 50% +1 of the 650 seats, you have the government.

IF.. the French already 17 Oct do not make an end to all discussions.

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