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30 minutes ago, joecoolfrog said:

38.50 now , thats what a sniff of a deal does. Do the deluded Brexit no dealers get the message now ?

I disagree, it was the danger of 'no decision' that was driving the pound down IMHO.

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4 hours ago, wombat said:

leave first, deal later.

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But the UK politicians, especially Teresa May did lie from the day she became PM until the day she got booted out.

 

For over 3 years she prevaricated and fudged about she had no intention to leave the EU and her last try, rejected 3 times by parliament was for a BRINO.

 

It will be very interesting IF this comes off what the Remainers in parliament will do to delay and destroy the agreement.

 

If they do, IMHO after the next general election a lot of familiar names and faces will not return.

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4 hours ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

The horrors are in there Mr Loiner - surely you must have learnt that by now. As Aaron Banks has said Remaining is a better option than the WA. Plus the 39 billion +++ you know the rest. Anyways let the people decide and then move on. Election time. And no need for Johnson's deadline - he made that up - if the deal is good and the people want it then a few more months won't make any difference. But No Deal isn't on the ref ballot paper. End of. Clear blue water then between the Faragists and the Jonsonsists. Hard Brexiteers Nigel awaits your support,money and votes. 

Referendum ballot paper very straight forward. Either No Deal, or Deal. Remain eliminated in 2016.

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3 hours ago, SheungWan said:

The best current joke is the Hard Brexiteer one about no-deal Brexit equals a "clean" Brexit. emoji1782.png. Never mind, whatever it is called, its retreating. Now we can see the Hard Brexiteers splitting. Have fun.

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11 hours ago, pegman said:

So did Ulster just get given to the Republic of Ireland? 

It's inevitable anyway, better get over with it now if it helps seal a Brexit deal.

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1 hour ago, joecoolfrog said:

38.50 now , thats what a sniff of a deal does. Do the deluded Brexit no dealers get the message now ?

It's not about the money (we don't have any) but it's for the kids......

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1 hour ago, billd766 said:

But the UK politicians, especially Teresa May did lie from the day she became PM until the day she got booted out.

 

For over 3 years she prevaricated and fudged about she had no intention to leave the EU and her last try, rejected 3 times by parliament was for a BRINO.

 

It will be very interesting IF this comes off what the Remainers in parliament will do to delay and destroy the agreement.

 

If they do, IMHO after the next general election a lot of familiar names and faces will not return.

Well we all want a deal and if one is agreed then we put that and remain to the British people in a referendum based on knowledge and facts . There will be no wrecking of any carefully negotiated deal in good faith from me. Then not before time the election. 

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1 hour ago, Thingamabob said:

Referendum ballot paper very straight forward. Either No Deal, or Deal. Remain eliminated in 2016.

Good luck with getting that through 'the traitors' Parliament that is the mechanism for passing a new referendum act. So it will be Deal or Remain Benn Bill Mark 2. ....

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10 hours ago, BritManToo said:

Yay, up from 37 to 37.8, just made this months transfer after thinking it's gonna get worse, no wait it's gonna get better.

 

 

 Do it now ,   it will not last for long ...

   UK , elected parliament , will kick it into touch .   

    Broken britain .  No winners , anymore..

 

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1 minute ago, elliss said:

 

 Do it now ,   it will not last for long ...

   UK , elected parliament , will kick it into touch .   

    Broken britain .. 

 

No wait - a deal/remain ref is a winner - we will remain and then we should get a big lift. My money would then be on a remain /  coalition parliament in the next election so Corbyn's hand will be stayed. You never know we might go into spring next year at 50 baht to the pound  and Brexit just a bad dream and pretend the last 3 1/2 years never happened. I think we could all cheer that eventuality , even Mr Loiner.

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17 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

No wait - a deal/remain ref is a winner - we will remain and then we should get a big lift. My money would then be on a remain /  coalition parliament in the next election so Corbyn's hand will be stayed. You never know we might go into spring next year at 50 baht to the pound  and Brexit just a bad dream and pretend the last 3 1/2 years never happened. I think we could all cheer that eventuality , even Mr Loiner.

 

      May..  i suggest another extension , under these exceptional circumstances ..

     What,  no ditch..  I really thought he was a man of his word ,  Eaton etc...

 

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4 minutes ago, elliss said:

 

     OK , may i suggest another extension , under these exceptional circumstances ..

     What,  no ditch..  I really thought he was a man of his word ,  Eaton etc...

 

Could he really survive his ditch promise...? because accepting  border in the Irish sea only and N.I. in the common market staying (not spoken out by him ….yet )

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