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    Quote Originally Posted by Isisalar View Post
    Who'd have thought that we were being lied to?
    Hopefully a better link
    Before you trust any of them remember what they said

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    Crikey O' Mikey pants on fire


    It's all very well using WW2 analogies when referring to Brexit - 'spirit of the blitz' and all that. Imagine the curious atmosphere though if you were sitting in your air raid shelter looking around and realising that half of the people around you had voted to get bombed

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    Well, at least parliament finally voted for something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye View Post
    Well, at least parliament finally voted for something.
    *A* deal.

    But by the time it's been through amendments - will they vote for it at third reading? Johnson doesn't seem to think so. I suspect he's right.

    He's properly shot himself in the foot by being so duplicitous. MPs are asking for assurances on things, he's telling them what they want to hear - but no one believes him. People say it's time for Corbyn to go. He needs to go too.

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    Its time for all them to go, its no longer a democracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterchilton View Post
    Its time for all them to go, its no longer a democracy.
    You are correct but they will never vote for an election. SNP probably would but to many MPs worried that they will be out of a job. Keep stifling the Exit deal and asking for further extensions and they will keep their jobs. The only possible answer would be for the EU to not give us an extension but probably would not happen as they will want us to still be paying into the pot.
    If it wasn't serious you would think it was a joke.

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    Your probably right Bassfly but assuming an extension to article 50 is granted (terms to be advised and could be onerous) then surely any possible amendment that parliaments deniers vote on may well be anathema to the EU.
    A GE is the only way forward - watched Annise Dodds this morning ducking and diving when asked if labour would support a GE notwithstanding that they have been baying for one these past couple of years. And some think BJ is duplicitous 🤔

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    Lovely moment re Anna Soubry - and John Mann



    even Lammy woke up
    Last edited by peterchilton; 23-10-2019 at 02:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenet View Post
    Your probably right Bassfly but assuming an extension to article 50 is granted (terms to be advised and could be onerous) then surely any possible amendment that parliaments deniers vote on may well be anathema to the EU.
    A GE is the only way forward - watched Annise Dodds this morning ducking and diving when asked if labour would support a GE notwithstanding that they have been baying for one these past couple of years. And some think BJ is duplicitous 🤔
    We should not have a general election to sort out Brexit. It's a single issue. The governance of the UK is not - and the issue doesn't divide down party lines. I don't know how a Remain conservative or Leave liberal would make sense of how to vote. Brexit needs to be removed from the equation before the next election.

    A second referendum on Johnson's deal or remain. No deal isn't an option any more - so. Deal or remain. Then back onto to our broken domestic agenda.

    There's no majority for a 2nd ref though. Or a general election. We should all just go home.

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    Actually remain was defeated in the first referendum so the vote (peoples vote not crooked parliament) should be Boris's deal or no deal.

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