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44 minutes ago, oldhippy said:

QUOTE: As ive said before I believe the price of a deal is N Ireland. Do you have a problem with the unification of Ireland ? 

 

And how do YOU feel about that?

and if we let NI go, why not Scotland ?

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42 minutes ago, tebee said:

and if we let NI go, why not Scotland ?

Should also let England go as well .

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1 hour ago, tebee said:

and if we let NI go, why not Scotland ?

 

1 hour ago, tebee said:

and if we let NI go, why not Scotland ?

And the isle of dogs

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4 hours ago, HauptmannUK said:

Boris will spend tomorrow organising for the DUP to be paid off in return for their support. £Billions more going into Northern Ireland.

Boris, actually believes he can get his deal through without the DUP.

 

Though the maths does not add up, with 650 MP's he would need 325 in theory to get the deal approved, the Tories had 317 mp's after the last general election but now have 288 MP's 37 short of 325, so where is he going to get 37 other MP's to vote with him? at the same time ensuring every one of his own MP's votes for his deal.

 

Ok maybe not 325 as the 7 Sinn Fain MP's do not attend Parliament, but he is going to need a lot more MP's than he has at this time. 

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Just now, Basil B said:

Boris, actually believes he can get his deal through without the DUP.

 

Though the maths does not add up, with 650 MP's he would need 325 in theory to get the deal approved, the Tories had 317 mp's after the last general election but now have 288 MP's 37 short of 325, so where is he going to get 37 other MP's to vote with him? at the same time ensuring every one of his own MP's votes for his deal.

 

Ok maybe not 325 as the 7 Sinn Fain MP's do not attend Parliament, but he is going to need a lot more MP's than he has at this time. 

People's Vote  This deal vs Remain - then let this nonsense end. 

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3 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

People's Vote  This deal vs Remain - then let this nonsense end. 

Why not leave with this deal or leave with no deal?

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Good Boris and the Tories will win a landslide and then the working class that supported the outcome will see the true nature of an unleashed Eton Tory. Oh and Britain's broke so that EU money that was spunked up your region will be quitely forgotten. And thye sh*thole towns where you cried for help will get shattier. As will our NHS. Great result well done. Let's all wave our chinese made flags and cheer the Great Liar in Chief. 

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12 minutes ago, kingdong said:

Why not leave with this deal or leave with no deal?

Because https://www.ft.com/content/a513c33c-f02a-11e9-ad1e-4367d8281195

 

Yes, this deal is far better than no deal. But it is a terrible deal and also one that is far indeed from the “having our cake and eating it” promised by Mr Johnson in the referendum campaign. It is, simply, a monstrous act of national self harm. It is not good enough to let an exhausted parliament wave it through.

 

Despite all the obvious risks, the people should be asked whether this deal is what they truly want for their future and that of their children and children’s children. The right thing to do is to put it to the people. They now know what choices lie in front of them and their country. If they choose this one knowingly, so be it.
 

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1 minute ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

People's Vote  This deal vs Remain - then let this nonsense end. 

As much as I agree with you, The EU have said today if we do not accept this deal there will be no more extensions...  

 

But the LibDems have tabled a motion to be added to the Queens speech requesting any deal brought back from Brussels be put to a second referendum so I would say the EU would not refuse if that was the case.

 

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34 minutes ago, kingdong said:

Why not leave with this deal or leave with no deal?

everything must change so that everything can r e m a i n the same

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36 minutes ago, kingdong said:

Just be listening to lbc the scheme,sorry deal is just as bad as mays

Correct but at least Farage is out of a job so maybe that's one good result. No wonder he sounded p()sed on LBC tonight. 

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