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What options are left for British PM Johnson on Brexit?


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3 minutes ago, welovesundaysatspace said:

I don’t have to. As a European, I can live a pretty life in Thailand and laugh at how Brexiteers are destroying their country. 👏 

You don't appear to have done much laughing up to now.

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2 hours ago, stephenterry said:

Brits have a 'long-standing and mature reputation' for reaching a consensus agreement and, as I hope Johnson told Arlene Foster, the DUuP must be willing to accept a viable compromise regarding the Irish backstop.

 

 

The British maybe, but the Ulster Unionists, compromise?

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8 minutes ago, welovesundaysatspace said:

I don’t have to. As a European, I can live a pretty life in Thailand and laugh at how Brexiteers are destroying their country. 👏 

Another with a.............ball.gif.d49afe3ff1b2bd40f6d0f78463514e56.gif

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16 minutes ago, welovesundaysatspace said:

I don’t have to. As a European, I can live a pretty life in Thailand and laugh at how Brexiteers are destroying their country. 👏 

As soon as I read that a vision from the last century popped into my head that I recalled.

It was a bloke standing on the french shore line looking through a periscope at the white cliffs of Dover, big smile, bobbing up and down on his toes, staff behind all smiles.....

Then I smiled, cos guess what happened........😊

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1 minute ago, welovesundaysatspace said:

Ever since the referendum it was clear that this would end in a disaster. Everyone told you so. 

"Every one told you so"................Are you in dreamland again...?

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32 minutes ago, transam said:

So you are a concentration camp kinda guy...?

"The people have spoken and should never be allowed to speak again "

 

you even don't understand his sarcasm …..? OMG.....! could mean after 1e lection we also could stop having any other future ones as we like the result keeping forever .. 

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1 minute ago, welovesundaysatspace said:

Ever since the referendum it was clear that this would end in a disaster. Everyone told you so. 

It has not ended yet, and as much as you like to deceive and say that nobody voted for no-deal, that is not true. People voted for a deal and if a deal hasn't been found within a two year period we should leave with a no deal.

But what I can say without fear of contridiction (yourself excluded of course) is that no one voted for these pointless extensions.

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2 minutes ago, vogie said:

It has not ended yet, and as much as you like to deceive and say that nobody voted for no-deal, that is not true. People voted for a deal and if a deal hasn't been found within a two year period we should leave with a no deal.

But what I can say without fear of contridiction (yourself excluded of course) is that no one voted for these pointless extensions.

Those extensions are a direct result of people voting to leave with a deal and others voting to leave without a deal. And the only way out is to either frustrate some of those voters or to find a compromise. 

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4 hours ago, Basil B said:

More to the point I would not think there are many actual MP's in that boat but many may well have friends and contributors of election funds who are, funny how a party contributor will donate more to a political party than they avoid in paying in tax...

Sorry BasilB in my haste I've tarred you with the no-deal nutter brush when you are nothing of the sort !

 

Because in the real world there are more colours than black and white - anyway looks like your new champion Boris is looking to sell you out to keep his skin (who would have thought that eh ? ) with a backstop tweaked Brino so it's time to support Nigel and the Brexit party for a clean break Brexit if you still believe in this no deal nonsense. If Boris brought the rebels back in , whipped the ERG at gunpoint , ignored the DUP and reached out to others in parliament like Stephen Kinnock who is making the right noises he would have the support of a lot of folk who just want this over without the pointless destruction No Deal would bring. It's really the only option left and we have the Rebel Alliance to thank for forcing his hand. 

 

Here's the withdrawal agreement - it talks about good faith not war. 

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/withdrawal-agreement-and-political-declaration

 

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6 minutes ago, david555 said:

"The people have spoken and should never be allowed to speak again "

 

you even don't understand his sarcasm …..? OMG.....! could mean after 1e lection we also could stop having any other future ones as we like the result keeping forever .. 

Oh, so I must look at all remainer daft stuff as sarcasm...Well thanks for the tip off, that explains a lot of things...🤔

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1 minute ago, welovesundaysatspace said:

Those extensions are a direct result of people voting to leave with a deal and others voting to leave without a deal. And the only way out is to either frustrate some of those voters or to find a compromise. 

I would love know to what you base your evidence on, when the only two options on the ballot paper was remain or leave, the electorate either voted leave or remain which wouldn't give you any indication of what they were thinking at the time of placing their cross, so by saying nobody voted for a no-deal is purely imaginary.

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