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Roast Em Bobby
March 12, 2019, 7:54am Report to Moderator
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Hey Marinerz93, since you seemed to think the previous facts I produced where out of date (when they weren't), here is another factual confirmation that you have been talking bolloxs

https://fullfact.org/europe/vi.....8dXCM9X89oCoJQo3pdkQ

Of particular note, it states:
UK law also states that no such common EU defence powers can be handed from the UK to the EU without the approval of parliament and a referendum on the decision.


The most fundamental fact is that there is a trade-off between the ability to determine our own rules and access to foreign markets. This fact of life isn’t applicable just to the EU but to any advanced free trade agreement. If you take a purist position on sovereignty, we won’t get advanced trade deals, we will trade less and we will be poorer.

Awaiting the promised "Sunlit Uplands" of Brexit (but expecting a excrement show)
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We will never leave imo


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So, likely result tonight? I think she needs the whole of the ERG and DUP to flip to reverse the result last time

Roll on the second referendum...
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After last night's Strasbourg shenanigans and this morning's ruling by the attorney general, as they say in that part of Europe "plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose"

So what next.... No deal or no Brexit?

My money is on the latter....who knows what mayhem is in store with either course?
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After last night's Strasbourg shenanigans and this morning's ruling by the attorney general, as they say in that part of Europe "plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose"

So what next.... No deal or no Brexit?

My money is on the latter....who knows what mayhem is in store with either course?


What ever happens stay or leave we will get over it,

The country will unite once more like after a war.

Well it feels like a war don't you think ?


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What ever happens stay or leave we will get over it,

The country will unite once more like after a war.

Well it feels like a war don't you think ?


A war of attrition I think is the phrase they use Pete..... thankfully there's a generation or two who have never experienced a war as such like our forefathers did ( apart from the Falkland & Gulf conflicts of course where there was British involvement and loss of life incurred    )

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So, once again her rubbish deal was defeated. No surprises there, her deal is dead in the water. I just hope the same happens again for the no deal vote tonight, which leaves the extension option on the table.

I’ve said it before but the only democratic option left i can see is putting it back to the people by means of another vote. Other than the loons from ERG and some other MPs nobody wants a catastrophic no deal so that leaves two options, a revised Brexit deal and remain. I know which way i would vote.

Corbyn really has missed an open goal though by not ramping up talk of a second referendum last night.
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So, once again her rubbish deal was defeated. No surprises there, her deal is dead in the water. I just hope the same happens again for the no deal vote tonight, which leaves the extension option on the table.

I’ve said it before but the only democratic option left i can see is putting it back to the people by means of another vote. Other than the loons from ERG and some other MPs nobody wants a catastrophic no deal so that leaves two options, a revised Brexit deal and remain. I know which way i would vote.

Corbyn really has missed an open goal though by not ramping up talk of a second referendum last night.


I thought it has already been cleared up what will happen now, given what TM has said in the past, you know...."No deal is better than a bad deal"

Surely you have to take her at her word, don't you?  

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No the MP's will have a third chance to vote on her deal Tim,

You know the old saying, if you first do not succeed  

What  the rest of the world  thinks of us does not bear thinking about.


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I heard a Brexiteer on the radio this morning saying we should exit with no deal and in the event of food shortages we could all grow potatoes and catch rabbits. They didn't put that on any flipping buses did they?!
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