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Old 24-09-2018, 07:07 PM   #161
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Jeremy Corbyn has pretty much said he will champion a 2nd referendum today, so it will be official Labour policy this week.

So we might get rid of the Conservatives and Brexit but end up with Labour.
Looks like there will be a snap election this year, that's what Labour want, this is all they need to stop Brexit and like you say Labour would win, they will do anything to stop us leaving the EU .
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Old 26-09-2018, 06:43 PM   #162
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The thing is, people seem to hate the tories, but they aren't massively sold on Labour. IMO.

But if they promise a 2nd vote they will get elected easily, then we will have to see what Labour do.

Theresa May must surely know her days as PM and african dancer are over now.

And the tories will replace her with that clown Boris Johnson.

End game in sight.
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Old 26-09-2018, 06:48 PM   #163
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Jeremy Corbyn has pretty much said he will champion a 2nd referendum today, so it will be official Labour policy this week.

So we might get rid of the Conservatives and Brexit but end up with Labour.
Jeremy Corbyn, a young man: Criticises the EEC.

Jeremy Corbyn, 1975: Votes to not join the EEC.

Jeremy Corbyn, 1975-2015: Chastises the EU on its unfairness, opaque dealings, not being a friend to the working class and much more besides.

Jeremy Corbyn, 2016: As Labour leader, says he will vote to REMAIN with the EU scum despite what happened the previous four decades.

Jeremy Corbyn, 2017: Says, in the General Election manifesto that Labour would give the electorate the Brexit they voted for the previous year.

Jeremy Corbyn, 2018: Says he wants to stay in a Customs Union. Perhaps, he's secretly in love with them.
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Old 26-09-2018, 06:50 PM   #164
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EU bastard's want the UK to delay Brexit so the can have another referendum, Fuck off that's what i have to say !
You can add the president of the CFR to that list https://twitter.com/RichardHaass/sta...90347621076992
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Old 26-09-2018, 06:52 PM   #165
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Jeremy Corbyn will say whatever it takes to get elected. Like all MPs.

He is known to be anti EU, but if the 2nd referendum gets him and his party elected they can run riot and turn the UK into Russia or Venezuela.
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Old 16-10-2018, 09:38 AM   #166
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i dont understand why its necessary to pay 39bn GBP to leave EU
its not in any of the treaties afaia

what it probably does is remove the possibility of UK benefitting from the exit by saddling the country with a penalty so large it might as well not leave and as far as i understand , we are in no way obliged to pay such a sum

all the posturing has been so we breathe a sigh of relief and agree to this unnecessary penalty

UK is losing companies to the benefit of the european countries isnt that enough for them?

or do they just want to suck on our tit for eternity?
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Old 16-10-2018, 08:07 PM   #167
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The current PM wanted people to remain, and she is doing everything she can to make a mess of it, whilst fighting off that bumbling idiot Boris Johnson who wants to be PM.

Project fear is working overtime, and so it the issue of the Irish border, as we all know the EU sorted out the peace process in Northern Ireland (and not Bill Clinton and all the UK and Irish politicans).

The EU want a super state, and they want the UK to be part of it, and they are making it so hard for the UK to leave.
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Well, it would be easy for the UK to just leave. But it isn’t really so much about the UK leaving Europe, but about Bruxelles getting out of Britain. But given that Bruxelles british name is called “The british government and establishment”, it is absurd to think that the establishment is going to let the british public kick it out of power.

So instead, the government will do everything it can to make sure that the british public are worse off and rendered into isolation. To the government, Brexit is about having an opportunity to bar the british from being allowed to travel without a visa.

The solution therefore is for the british public to demand that britain switch over to the Euro immediately.
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There is talk that the EU will punish the UK even if they don't end up leaving.

Whether it's taking the rebate off them, allowing NI to rejoin the Republic, or even making the UK join the Euro. Although the UK would fail all the tests required to join the Euro at the moment...

Whatever happens, they will make sure no country ever decides to leave again.
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I kind of think that the idea of the EU punishing the UK is something that would happen only because the establishment in Britain would allow it to. The way I see it, is that the Euro is fairly worthless and vulnerable to collapse, whereas Stirling has considerable value. So if the british public, not the government, bought the Euro, the EU would be greatful because suddenly, the Euro would have value.
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Old 17-10-2018, 07:27 PM   #171
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The Euro was only brought into existence as the French insisted the Germans ditch the Mark. Of course the Euro makes the German economy even stronger as they can sell their goods even cheaper now.

John McDonnell said today that he would love to see a United Ireland, it's something he dreams about.

The PM has flown into Brussels for more Brexit talks this evening.
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