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7 minutes ago, vogie said:

I just wonder if the receptacle to the right of Corbyn is where he keeps Labours manifesto?

 

 

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They have a manifesto? Shock/horror!  I thought it was one of those hot air machines.

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36 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

 

Don't think so. History is unlikely to regard your version of the law and parliamentary process as anything other than one person's opinion.

One persons opinion lol

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38 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

The will of some of the people, by no means all the people.

 

The majority of the people (I voted against). 2nd ref looks even further away.

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7 minutes ago, BobBKK said:

The majority of the people (I voted against). 2nd ref looks even further away.

And the 3rd ref, even further.😭😭

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1 hour ago, Chomper Higgot said:

The will of some of the people, by no means all the people.

 

Thanks for pointing that out, Captain Obvious. You are of course correct, in political terms it is referred to as a "majority". 😆

 

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2 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

The inveterate liar Johnson comes out of hiding from sixth form school children to make more of his ‘trust me gov no need to lift the bonnet’ promises.

 

Meanwhile pick your poll:

 

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/labour-within-six-points-of-conservatives-in-dramatic-poll-shift-1-6371974

 

 

 

Looks like those danged Ruskies are rootin' for Red Jeremy.

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Really, if Johnson wins and they have an absolute majority (added to anything the Brexit Party wins) then I think the odds of a no-deal go through the roof. 

I think Johnson will tell the EU where to go and ransom off the 40 billion pound divorce bill for a tariff free trade deal. He knows the deal he got was awful and it was because the clowns in Parliament took no deal off the table....he will use the negotiating leverage from the possibility of a no deal to secure either a much better deal or leave with none. I think the latter. 

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24 minutes ago, evadgib said:

Nothing uncomfortable about who will be PM come 13 Dec & who will be picking up their p45s

Don’t start practicing your gloat dance just just yet.

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30 minutes ago, Pedrogaz said:

Really, if Johnson wins and they have an absolute majority (added to anything the Brexit Party wins) then I think the odds of a no-deal go through the roof. 

I think Johnson will tell the EU where to go and ransom off the 40 billion pound divorce bill for a tariff free trade deal. He knows the deal he got was awful and it was because the clowns in Parliament took no deal off the table....he will use the negotiating leverage from the possibility of a no deal to secure either a much better deal or leave with none. I think the latter. 


 

Music to the ears of hard Brexiteers but I would disagree.

 

I believe that Johnson DOES want a deal ....... whether (in the event of being returned with a working majority) he offers parliament THIS deal - or a No Deal exit remains to be seen.

 

There would have to be some major change of circumstance for him to go against the deal that he sponsored.

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5 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Don’t start practicing your gloat dance just just yet.


Sound advice.................... but the fat lady is gargling honey tea in readiness..........

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