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Brexit Revisited

Minivanman
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Well given that this topic keeps going off the rails, what the heck. 

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But if you don’t agree with us and vote against us you will be deselected
or we get rid of your position.

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But if you don’t agree with us and vote against us..Its your round

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@Minivanman Now how did this get off-track? 

 

I thought it was on track for exit on 31st October 2019.

 

That's what the checker says https://www.gov.uk/brexit 

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:2funny:

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Trouble at' Mill over Tom Watson being deputy, and that's before the Corbyn Labour Party conference has even started. 

Blimey, Brexit blood on the carpet already... well nearly. 

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I don't expect a shortage of waffle in the UK, as long as we have these people championing their expertise and utter waffle . :wink:

https://www.wimbledonguardian.co.uk/news/17913427.wimbledon-waffle-makers-crowned-best-europe/?actio... 

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I really miss the Tom & Jerry cartoons, but it's good to see them back in the media :grin:

tg.jpgTom & Jerry 2019

Minivanman
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Breaking News:

Suspending Parliament ruled unlawful.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-49810261

 

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Now as there are more calls for him to resign how can there still be objections to a general election.

Of course a general election is not as sure as just stepping into the job as some see as there god given right to do so.

And a general election would probably create a bigger mess than we currently have.

Didn't we used to have a good laugh at the shambles of the Italian parliament. Our parliament was the shining beacon that many countries could only dream of achieving.

 

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Listening to Gina Miller gloating earlier, and then having the bare-faced cheek to say this had nothing to do with Brexit - so what has she been doing for the last three years? :crazy2:

Brexit or Bremain, Parliament has not carried out the will of the people.

No if, no buts, and no second referendum.  

 

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I didn't think I could think less of politicians than I already did but some have surpassed themselves today.

How they can shout about BJ not following the rules of democracy when they won't get on with leaving the EU after the referendum result and indeed want to hold another or withdraw article 50 is beyond me.

Hypocrites the lot of 'em.

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@billnotben 

Agree with most of what you say there, but I can see no other way forward other than to have a general election. A second referendum in all but name maybe, but what other choice is there?

This is all so bloody annoying. 

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I'm absolutely sick of the lot of them.

I seriously wouldn't trust a single one of them to organise a bacchanalia at an alcohol manufacturing facility.

The whole Brexit fiasco has shown how weak, useless and basically unfit for purpose the whole system is.

Mind you, looking around I don't see any other particularly shining examples of how to run things.

Perhaps Haynes should produce a manual on running a country.

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@Minesapint 

"Perhaps Haynes should produce a manual on running a country"

A written constitution maybe?

At least then we'd not have had all this dithering with rule one being 'there are no rules, only precedence' and given that this sort of thing has never happened before maybe it really is time we did have it written down.

 

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@Minivanman It needs something doing, that is certain. Although whether any of them could actually get around to organising anything is a different matter.

Part of the trouble is that it's hidebound by the ages of stuff that's gone before, as you say.

We're doing the equivalent of driving into the second quarter of the 21st Century in a Benz Patent Motorwagen.

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LOL

 

They do say people get the government they deserve.

So everyone that voted Tory - smile and suck it up.

 

and I'll sit back and laugh at all those people who said a Brexit leap in the dark was a good thing,while they whinge and whine and moan at the thought of corbyn in power

- despite it really being just another iteration of their  previously favoured leap in the dark.

 

Leaps in the dark is largely all we seem to have as options politics wise at the moment.

The politicians ALL need the simple basic - honestly inform your electorate and honour your word thrashing into them.

 

Yet here we are with the 'Father of Lies' as PM .. per the court proceedings.

 

 

 

Show us ONE just ONE real, defined benefit for the British public from Brexit

Brexit Promised cake .... But just delivers a stream of Cack
... and expects us all to just swallow it
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