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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 1:30 pm 
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It does not matter if they reject it, all they will have to do is sit tight, and UK leaves with no deal automatically.

Or the UK Government can ask for a further extension to allow for a second referendum. It's unlikely but all bet are off with a tory leadership election to come.


Sorry, if the UK get a hardline brexiter PM, they can easily leave by doing nothing..


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1.Leave with no deal - which means going back the the EU and signing up for exactly the same conditions on money and Northern Ireland in exchange for w worse deal after a few weeks of chaos.

You've pulled that out of your arse haven't you

Planet Bimbo and Planet Anon show signs of moving into alignment on this matter.

Is this a portent? Should folk on t'other side of the world be worried?


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 1:32 pm 
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It does not matter if they reject it, all they will have to do is sit tight, and UK leaves with no deal automatically.

Or the UK Government can ask for a further extension to allow for a second referendum. It's unlikely but all bet are off with a tory leadership election to come.


Sorry, if the UK get a hardline brexiter PM, they can easily leave by doing nothing..


A second referendum is a complete red herring as leave would win it


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 1:35 pm 
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Farage scandal files.

I think they will hold back anything really big until after Peterborough


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 1:38 pm 
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A second referendum is a complete red herring as leave would win it

It probably wouldn't even stop people from still claiming leave voters don't understand what leave means. Even with pictures


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 1:40 pm 
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sewa wrote:
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It does not matter if they reject it, all they will have to do is sit tight, and UK leaves with no deal automatically.

Or the UK Government can ask for a further extension to allow for a second referendum. It's unlikely but all bet are off with a tory leadership election to come.


Sorry, if the UK get a hardline brexiter PM, they can easily leave by doing nothing..


A second referendum is a complete red herring as leave would win it

You can’t say that with any certainty


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 1:40 pm 
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sewa wrote:
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It does not matter if they reject it, all they will have to do is sit tight, and UK leaves with no deal automatically.

Or the UK Government can ask for a further extension to allow for a second referendum. It's unlikely but all bet are off with a tory leadership election to come.


Sorry, if the UK get a hardline brexiter PM, they can easily leave by doing nothing..


A second referendum is a complete red herring as leave would win it


Wednesday's poll was 54% Remain 46% Leave. Remain have been ahead in every poll for the last two years.


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 1:41 pm 
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sewa wrote:
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It does not matter if they reject it, all they will have to do is sit tight, and UK leaves with no deal automatically.

Or the UK Government can ask for a further extension to allow for a second referendum. It's unlikely but all bet are off with a tory leadership election to come.


Sorry, if the UK get a hardline brexiter PM, they can easily leave by doing nothing..


A second referendum is a complete red herring as leave would win it


Hence the most likely option is that we leave without a deal. and rely on WTO. (at least to the economy crashes and we then ask to re-join the EU).


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It does not matter if they reject it, all they will have to do is sit tight, and UK leaves with no deal automatically.

Or the UK Government can ask for a further extension to allow for a second referendum. It's unlikely but all bet are off with a tory leadership election to come.


Sorry, if the UK get a hardline brexiter PM, they can easily leave by doing nothing..

That is the most likely outcome but remember this is the conservatives we're talking about - there's every chance they will return another caretaker leader similar to May who will opt to kick the can.


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In the words of The Thick of It,

Farewell thou shit and useless servant.



TBF It is isn't like anyone else is manning up with ideas of how to get you out of the shit

She was the only one with any balls


I half heatedly was agreeing with this and then I remembered all the times she repeatedly delayed votes as if she had great strategy in the background and it turned out no she really just did not know what she was doing. Then I thought of the UN report on poverty in the Uk and ten years of austerity while the rich got tax cuts, she can get fooked



The rich paid a vastly larger % of income tax and NI in the last 10 years. Austerity is a myth.


Just fudge off, will you. Absolutely everything in the public sector and local government is bleeding to death and you still persist with this f**king rubbish.


Education spending is less than it was almost a decade ago and that is not even accounting for inflation.

https://www.ukpublicspending.co.uk/rev/google_vis.php?title=Recent%20UK%20Education%20Spending&year=2000_2019&sname=&units=b&bar=1&stack=1&size=800_600&spending0=42.69_46.45_51.12_54.74_61.03_65.12_69.70_73.03_78.65_83.00_88.48_91.50_86.48_83.99_84.68_85.06_84.91_84.91_87.81_87.68&legend=Education-total&source=a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_a_e_g


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A second referendum is a complete red herring as leave would win it


Wednesday's poll was 54% Remain 46% Leave. Remain have been ahead in every poll for the last two years.


Wait till you see the result of this European election, the Pro Brexit Parties Tory, Labour, UKIP and Brexit will win way over 50% combined


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This is from the Momentum Twitter page isn't it?

Always good to see them taking the dignified option at any given moment


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This is from the Momentum Twitter page isn't it?

Always good to see them taking the dignified option at any given moment


I think it is from that tit, David Schneider.


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This is from the Momentum Twitter page isn't it?

Always good to see them taking the dignified option at any given moment


True though, her conduct during Grenfell was despicable.


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I like haggis wrote:
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This is from the Momentum Twitter page isn't it?

Always good to see them taking the dignified option at any given moment


True though, her conduct during Grenfell was despicable.


I'm no fan of the woman, but she went about seeing the families with a quiet dignity. Unlike a certain Labour leader who saw the tragedy very much as a promotional event.


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Poor girl she tried to do the job she signed up for which was see through brexit but parliament and the courts Fked it over. We May still find the later deals she put forward were the best. Cant see the real future PM wanting to take the reigns just yet still to much hard work to do.


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Poor girl she tried to do the job she signed up for which was see through brexit but parliament and the courts Fked it over. We May still find the later deals she put forward were the best. Cant see the real future PM wanting to take the reigns just yet still to much hard work to do.


The courts did their job and she lost control of parliament when she lost her own majority.

She was an absolute disaster.


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Poor girl she tried to do the job she signed up for which was see through brexit but parliament and the courts Fked it over. We May still find the later deals she put forward were the best. Cant see the real future PM wanting to take the reigns just yet still to much hard work to do.


No Deal isn't hard. We just Leave. Even Boris could deliver that.

The hard work starts on Day 2. :uhoh:


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 2:18 pm 
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Fkin hell


Labour are in worse shape than the con (men)


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I like haggis wrote:
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This is from the Momentum Twitter page isn't it?

Always good to see them taking the dignified option at any given moment


True though, her conduct during Grenfell was despicable.

Why ?


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:lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 2:34 pm 
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So May ends in June eh?.

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Crush the saboteurs. :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 3:02 pm 
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HYSTERIA


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That coverage would be priceless if only some one had locked the door behind her.


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 3:11 pm 
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You have an evil sense oh humour. :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 3:12 pm 
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This is from the Momentum Twitter page isn't it?

Always good to see them taking the dignified option at any given moment


True though, her conduct during Grenfell was despicable.


Eh?

Again, far from a fan of her but what was so objectionable about her conduct over Grenfell?


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That coverage would be priceless if only some one had locked the door behind her.

Quite cocky of her to shout GOAT.


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This is from the Momentum Twitter page isn't it?

Always good to see them taking the dignified option at any given moment


True though, her conduct during Grenfell was despicable.


Eh?

Again, far from a fan of her but what was so objectionable about her conduct over Grenfell?


Firstly, she said she was disappointed in herself:

Theresa May has admitted her initial response to the Grenfell Tower fire was not good enough, saying she will “always regret” not meeting survivors of the blaze when she first visited the site.

Not meeting the victims until hounded for not doing so was disgraceful. Not saying she should have gone around crying and hugging everyone, that's not who she is. But to visit Grenfell and not show compassion to survivors who lost everything. Poor form.


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Deluded to the last. I won’t believe she’s gone until they drag her out.


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That coverage would be priceless if only some one had locked the door behind her.

Quite cocky of her to shout GOAT.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 3:23 pm 
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Somone with more skill needs to put a bubble caption of her saying GOAT.


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That coverage would be priceless if only some one had locked the door behind her.

Christ :lol: :lol: :blush:


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That coverage would be priceless if only some one had locked the door behind her.

Christ :lol: :lol: :blush:

Or tripped over Larry the cat


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Poor old May.

Tried to push through Brexit.

Not strong enough to remind her skilled support staff what lickspittle they are, like call me Dave.

What a bloke.

Conservatives.

:thumbup:


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That coverage would be priceless if only some one had locked the door behind her.

That would have been hilarious.


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Firstly, she said she was disappointed in herself:

Theresa May has admitted her initial response to the Grenfell Tower fire was not good enough, saying she will “always regret” not meeting survivors of the blaze when she first visited the site.

Not meeting the victims until hounded for not doing so was disgraceful. Not saying she should have gone around crying and hugging everyone, that's not who she is. But to visit Grenfell and not show compassion to survivors who lost everything. Poor form.


Fair enough, I mean it doesn't seem "despicable behaviour" to me but each to their own


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in other news, Jeremy Hunt has formally announced (through his local paper :lol: ) that he's standing

and the weirdest one yet - Sir Graham Brady has resigned as chair of 1922 Committee so he can stand for PM too :lol: :lol:

what a complete and utter farce this process is going to be, barely been six hours since the resignation and we already have FIVE confirmed candidates, with probably another ten/fifteen to enter shortly


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