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Grim74
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Great pro Brexit demo outside parliament yesterday brilliant atmosphere created by true patriots.

Some cracking speeches made from various figures right across the political spectrum but one of the stand out speeches was from a guy called Paul Emberry. National organiser of Trade Unionists against the EU. He hit the nail on the head when he talked about a divided nation, and this was a part of that speech -

People say this country is divided 52/48 this isn’t true. I know lots of remainers, there are millions of vote remainers and I respect them because they voted the way did. But they have accepted the result of the referendum and urged the government to get on with it!
And we should pay tribute to these people they are true democrats. (Cue mas applause all around from the leave crowd)

Now let’s be clear where the divide is, it’s not between the 52/48 it’s not between the leavers and remainers it’s quite simply between democrats and the anti-democrats.


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All is not lost yet May still has another 2 or 3 chances of bringing her deal back before the 12th.


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Great pro Brexit demo outside parliament yesterday brilliant atmosphere created by true patriots.

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Tommy Robinson and Nigel Farage ? FFS



Well I did try to tell you all Jolley was a mistake

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But they weren't that's the whole point. People had no idea what they were voting for (if there was another vote tomorrow they still wouldn't!) that's precisely why there should be another vote on the final deal (whatever that is)

How the intercourse could they ask people and how the intercourse could people decide what they wanted when no one knew what it would entail?


The question posed was
1. Stay in the European Union
or
2.Leave the European Union

After hearing the remain and the leave debates people in the majority voted to leave, both sides lied, both sides highlighted the pro's and con's of being in the EU. This vote wasn't just on the leave or remain debates but how the EU treated Cameron and told him to intercourse off when he went to sort some issues out in Brussels, remoaners seem to forget this when they are blowing off the glorious EU unelected bureaucrats..

The majority voted leave. it didn't say leave but we need a deal. it was stay or leave, democracy is dying in this country aided and abetted by those who hate this country and hate democracy.


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Supporting the Mighty Mariners for over 30 years, home town club is were the heart and soul is and it's great to be a part of it.

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Do one of your funny pictures.




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I like your sense of humour Marinerz  



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So, Bojo has now relented and said he will "reluctantly" back Theresa May's Brexit deal. I wonder if it has anything to do with her saying she will step down if it is voted through?

Nah! He wouldn't be that self serving, would he?
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So, Bojo has now relented and said he will "reluctantly" back Theresa May's Brexit deal. I wonder if it has anything to do with her saying she will step down if it is voted through?

Nah! He wouldn't be that self serving, would he?


Agree!


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