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2 hours ago, kingdong said:

What next " general election " they were offered one and bottled it.had it occurred it w.could have been a 2 horse race brexi t vs remain and remain melted.

It doesn’t matter how many dozens of times it’s been clearly explained to you, you are still completely unable to comprehend simple facts. 

 

The GE attempts failed as Johnson can’t be trusted - take a few minutes to digest that so you don’t have to keep making the same errors. 

 

However your absurd 2 horse analogy makes me doubt it will get through. 

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22 minutes ago, kingdong said:

These colours don,t run

Is that some sort of football violence mantra ? 

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On 9/15/2019 at 6:20 PM, DannyCarlton said:

Personally, I think the nation should be allowed a referendum on whether Boris buys a comb or not.

Most would prefer if he just bought a condom!!

 

How many kids has this role model abandoned now ? 

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33 minutes ago, Bruntoid said:

Is that some sort of football violence mantra ? 

No, just trolling.

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23 hours ago, nauseus said:

You can't show it many times. It didn't happen.  

 I provided this link to the Telegraph before; didn't you read it?

 

No, Britain wasn't lied to when we joined the EU. We knew what we were getting into.

 

See also this Wikipedia article

 

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Apart from the ideas of federation, confederation, or customs union such as Winston Churchill's 1946 call for a "United States of Europe", the original development of the European Union was based on a supranational foundation that would "make war unthinkable and materially impossible"[1][2] and reinforce democracy amongst its members[3] as laid out by Robert Schuman and other leaders in the Schuman Declaration (1950) and the Europe Declaration (1951). This principle was at the heart of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) (1951), the Treaty of Paris (1951), and later the Treaty of Rome (1958) which established the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC). The ECSC expired in 2002, while the EAEC maintains a distinct legal identity despite sharing members and institutions

 

I suspect, though, that you wont read either of those as you find explanations of the facts, which are by their very nature lengthy, to be 

23 hours ago, nauseus said:

 

Boring as ever.

 

What a master debater you are!

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14 hours ago, kingdong said:

If the referendum wasn,t legal why w.as parliament allowed to invoke article 50?

 

The referendum was legal. No one has said it wasn't; have they?

 

 

 

 

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