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13 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

Exactly well said - there are no millionaires on here manipulating markets and currencies. So why shouldn't every member here care about the exchange rate to think otherwise is just plain stupid oh I forget Brexit - the magic cure for all ills which is now no longer everything but a nearly 600 page surrender bill from the master liar and turncoat of the century.  

 

 

 

You must be bleeding internally.

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6 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

I forget your colours Jip weren't you an ardent no-dealer ?

 

 

Not at all. 

 

I have have always wanted a deal. However, if the EU were not prepared to play ball then I would have taken No Deal.

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28 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

Exactly well said - there are no millionaires on here manipulating markets and currencies. So why shouldn't every member here care about the exchange rate to think otherwise is just plain stupid oh I forget Brexit - the magic cure for all ills which is now no longer everything but a nearly 600 page surrender bill from the master liar and turncoat of the century.  

At 40 the exchange rate is about the same as all the other western currencies against the Baht.

Canada, USA, Euro, AUS, NZ, GBP ..... all lost around 20% in the last 3 years.

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Err Varadkar has just said they would consider an extension depending what was offered to them. No one cares or listens to that drunkard anymore. 


Leo is still a small fish in a big pond, he also doesn’t have the final say as a majority of the EU27.

Saturday in the HoC is the final showdown....


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2 hours ago, stephenterry said:

The difference between johnson and May is that he can sell it, May couldn't.

That was purely timing, nothing to do with either character. Mays deal was voted down as there were enough clowns around thinking they could get better and held a decent hand. Johnson’s deal (Mays deal) MAY get nodded through as the aforementioned clowns now realise they have been outsmarted every step of the way by the EU and they’re feeding on scraps! 

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6 minutes ago, elliss said:

     

        Jip,   you were  a ardent brexiteer ,   what  has happened , are you ok.?

         Do you want me to call an  Ambulance ?, reverse charges ...

 

 

Like Groucho Marx said ....

 

Those are my principles, and if you don't like them... well, I have others.

 

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14 minutes ago, citybiker said:

So it appears PM BoJo has obtained a tolerable agreement.

A 60 page proposal compared to the blackmail red tape 550 page Brussels WA (Mays only contribution was the DUP sell out termed the backstop).

Highly unlikely but not impossible HoC will vote for it considering the backlash from All opposition parties. Saturdays sitting will be very interesting.

Lastly, and more vitally importantly the EU President Junker has RULED out any extension, thus making the Benn Act null & void.




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60 modified pages, 490 unmodified ?  

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2 minutes ago, Bruntoid said:

That was purely timing, nothing to do with either character. Mays deal was voted down as there were enough clowns around thinking they could get better and held a decent hand. Johnson’s deal (Mays deal) MAY get nodded through as the aforementioned clowns now realise they have been outsmarted every step of the way by the EU and they’re feeding on scraps! 

To be fair we're living in clown world, and everyone is electing clown rulers, although May was a serious contender for clown PM, BoJo is the undisputed clown king (in the UK).

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That was purely timing, nothing to do with either character. Mays deal was voted down as there were enough clowns around thinking they could get better and held a decent hand. Johnson’s deal (Mays deal) MAY get nodded through as the aforementioned clowns now realise they have been outsmarted every step of the way by the EU and they’re feeding on scraps! 


A thrice rejected WA purely timing? Would that be a 3 year time wasted exercise as all she attempted was a faux Brexit aka BRINO.

Parliament now faces this alternative deal or no deal as Junker has ruled out any further extension, thus making remainers heads explode, primarily as they were relying on the Benn act as their ace card.


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2 minutes ago, citybiker said:

 


A thrice rejected WA purely timing? Would that be a 3 year time wasted exercise as all she attempted was a faux Brexit aka BRINO.

Parliament now faces this alternative deal or no deal as Junker has ruled out any further extension, thus making remainers heads explode, primarily as they were relying on the Benn act as their ace card.


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No Deal vs Revoke as the shotgun last minute choice if the May/Johnson Surrender Deal (90% her deal) doesn't get through....don't forget it is a Remainer parliament with a remainer speaker....

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