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3 hours ago, SheungWan said:

Hard Brexiteers getting ready to wander off to the Brexit Party and practise intense scrutiny.

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Cool. They'll arrive just in time to see Farage quit (again).

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3 hours ago, Bruntoid said:

Absolutely nothing - there has never been a single economic strategy/theory/idea from a brexiteer on here that makes any sense let alone stand up to scrutiny.
 

They base the new age on WTO rules yet not one of them understands it. Even with google on tap they can’t get it right. 

 

It is entirely based on hope 

Blind faith

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https://news.sky.com/story/pm-will-write-letter-to-eu-asking-for-brexit-delay-if-no-deal-by-saturday-11836845

Breaking 

Wednesday 16 October 2019 12:11, UK

 

PM will write letter to EU asking for Brexit delay if no deal by Saturday

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay tells MPs that Boris Johnson will "comply" with court undertakings over an Article 50 extension.

 

Boris Johnson will write a letter to the EU asking for a delay to Brexit beyond 31 October if he fails to get an exit deal approved by parliament by Saturday, the Brexit secretary has confirmed.

 

Stephen Barclay told a committee of MPs that the prime minister will "comply" with legislation, aimed at blocking a no-deal Brexit at the end of the month, passed by opposition MPs last month.

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44 minutes ago, bannork said:

Blind faith

Blind Faith is much better then Cliff Richard, or that Fizz thing that I had never heard of.

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1 minute ago, oldhippy said:

Blind Faith is much better then Cliff Richard, or that Fizz thing that I had never heard of.

They are a new modern day pop band  , you can hear them listening to the hit parade on the wireless on Radio Caroline at 7 PM on Sunday evenings .

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1 hour ago, sanemax said:

They are a new modern day pop band  , you can hear them listening to the hit parade on the wireless on Radio Caroline at 7 PM on Sunday evenings .

Radio Caroline?

I hope this ship will not be victim of the walls that Bojo is building in the Irish channel / the French channel.

Oh well, it's OK, as long as we can listen to radio Junker Luxemburg.

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9 hours ago, billd766 said:

Nobody really knows and that is the real problem.

 

You take an opinion poll and you can ask the questions to lead to the answer you want. Grass root Tories will give one answer, die hard Labour supporters a different one, Lib/Dems, Greens, SNP, Welsh Nats will all be different.

 

There will even be regional differences within the same partys. 

I had no idea where to post this but I guess here's as good as any 😊

 

Petition for the English to have an Independence referendum.

 

(Don't shoot the messenger!)

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4 hours ago, RuamRudy said:

JamesBlond, I think your 13 year old is posting on your account.

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That, or Julius Streicher is still with us, given the nature of certain posts.

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Ah ........so kill off no deal....but vote down any deal that is thrashed out.
 
So basically continue going nowhere for quite a while yet.
 
Great news for the newspaper industry
Going nowhere has its attractions compared to flying off the edge.

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8 hours ago, Denim said:

 

Ah ........so kill off no deal....but vote down any deal that is thrashed out.

 

So basically continue going nowhere for quite a while yet.

 

Great news for the newspaper industry

Oh for f- (sorry, mod).

We HAVE to leave. So now let us take our leave on the friendliest terms possible and take it from there.

Parliament - stop f- (sorry mods, again) squabbling and agree to SOMETHING! Just go with the bloody deal and stop messing about. Not only is this Brexit draining our economy, it is draining the life force from all of us.

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Maybe a lot of third countries will agree the same terms as we had in the EU for a short time, because they don’t know what we are doing, and we are unable to tell them; it will take time for them to relocate whatever EU facilities they have in the UK to other countries, so don’t want to be too hasty.  Idiots! It’s a lot easier to set artificial deadlines and panic at the last minute, or the job never gets done.

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3 minutes ago, baboon said:

Oh for f- (sorry, mod).

We HAVE to leave. So now let us take our leave on the friendliest terms possible and take it from there.

Parliament - stop f- (sorry mods, again) squabbling and agree to SOMETHING! Just go with the bloody deal and stop messing about. Not only is this Brexit draining our economy, it is draining the life force from all of us.

Agreement is for traitors. We should be building nuclear-armed fisheries protection vessels to protect us from bureaucracy and the aggression of fishermen; who amongst us would oppose pre-emptive strikes before Oct. 31st against European capitals, in anticipation of their belligerent intransigence in negotiating a deal?

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