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11 hours ago, Totoandlilly said:

That's all you care about, so sad.

Having a bad day are we....🥺

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13 hours ago, stephenterry said:

At long last. And tell the DUP to go and stuff themselves, if they freaking don't like it. IMO, enough Labour MPs and LD will support the deal for johnson to gain a majority. He's got Friday to gain their support possibly by stating it's just a first step to prosperity where everyone would benefit in the long run. A Unicorn world.

 

As for a 2nd referendum, forget it as the 'the people' have already demonstrated they know zilch about the cost of tea in China.  

or anything else either.  :cheesy:

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3 hours ago, englishoak said:

There are many forms of remainers as different forms of brexiteers. Im not your typical Farage supporter, or a Tory or Labour or any other political party.  

I'm that very rare breed, an English Patriot. To achieve my nations independence which is England the Union and Greater Britain must be dismantled but we must first leave the EU to achieve that, hence why I support Brexit. 

 

 

Why not indeed, im all for Scotland leaving the Union too. 

I'm leaning that way too, much to my own surprise.

This surfaced two days ago FYI:

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/270408

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6 hours ago, oldhippy said:

Of course not.

The British should have pulled out of the occupied territories long time ago.

 

Try telling that to the citizens of Zimbabwe 40 years on from chimurenga,wonderfull thing freedom,pity you can't spread it on a bit of bread and eat it.

 

 

 

6 hours ago, oldhippy said:

 

 

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This deal sucks, and there is very little chance of Parliament voting for it. They're still hoping for a revocation of A50 so this will be voted down.

 

So the real question is, what next? Parliament rejects it and then what? The EU say they won't extend again but I don't believe them. Will they insist on another referendum for extending? If so the question must be this deal vs. No Deal since Remain has already been eliminated. Will Boris even ask for an extension? Will an EU country veto the request? Will Labour grow a pair and agree to a General Election? Is there a loophole in the Surrender Act?

 

Could be an interesting couple of weeks. Hopefully we'll leave with No Deal on Halloween. November 1st can be UK Independence Day 🥳🎉

 

 

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1 hour ago, Pique Dard said:

boris should go pay a visit to a hairdresser!

The Royal Barbour's at Tower Hill, should not have a problem getting an appointment as their last customer was the Duke of Monmouth in 1685...

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17 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

What’s this nonsense about Remain having already been eliminated?

...Again? 🙄

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18 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

What’s this nonsense about Remain having already been eliminated?

Short memory?

 

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