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Brexit hangs in the balance as EU doubts a deal this week


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17 hours ago, evadgib said:

Having no dog in the game hasn't stopped these boards being relentlessly trolled for 3 and a half years by people in that same category, which is why others have chosen to push back in the other direction.

 

If we leave on WTO terms in a fortnights time I look forward to resuming some form of normality.

Wahey Hard Brexiteers are narked - there is some satisfaction in that .........if it passes we have a mutant BRINO - what is Tilbrook's pointless views on this matter ? 

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2 minutes ago, pegman said:

Was another easy call

 

when will the political governing system in UK get its act together and start

making decisions?

3 years and a bit now, no decision - UK does not work the way it should

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13 minutes ago, melvinmelvin said:

 

when will the political governing system in UK get its act together and start

making decisions?

3 years and a bit now, no decision - UK does not work the way it should

It's all down to people voting for the impossible.

 

It's proving hard to deliver that. 

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7 hours ago, tebee said:

It's all down to people voting for the impossible.

 

It's proving hard to deliver that. 

yes, the impossible ain't easy to serve on a plate

 

is a totally arcaic governing system from the middle ages part of the problem?

 

this Brexit process has uncovered a bunch of shortcomings in your governing system . . . .'

hard work ahead if you want foggy islands to surface in a modern world

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4 hours ago, melvinmelvin said:

yes, the impossible ain't easy to serve on a plate

 

is a totally arcaic governing system from the middle ages part of the problem?

 

this Brexit process has uncovered a bunch of shortcomings in your governing system . . . .'

hard work ahead if you want foggy islands to surface in a modern world

The flaw in our governance system this whole debacle has uncovered  was they we expected our politicians to be honorable people - to not tell lies and to resign if they were found out to have done so.

 

Now this convention seems to have been forgotten.   It's possible for mendacious charlatans to promise the earth to get elected and face no consequences.

 

To a certain extent the rest of our system is recovering from this and still working. But we are seeing it's inner workings exposed for the first time and it's not pretty.   

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1 hour ago, tebee said:

The flaw in our governance system this whole debacle has uncovered  was they we expected our politicians to be honorable people - to not tell lies and to resign if they were found out to have done so.

 

Now this convention seems to have been forgotten.   It's possible for mendacious charlatans to promise the earth to get elected and face no consequences.

 

To a certain extent the rest of our system is recovering from this and still working. But we are seeing it's inner workings exposed for the first time and it's not pretty.   

 

right,

it is important to remember that whenever this referendum/membershp issue is sorted

r

 

rectifying "inner workings" and the electoral system requires a lot of effort

 

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