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Grim74
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Got my ballot paper through today now who should I vote for Hunt or Johnson? 🤔


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Depends which of the over-privileged incompetent liars you like best, I suppose? Johnson is obviously more proficient at lying and less competent but it's effectively a Hobson's choice.

I'd imagine Hunt would last a little bit longer in Downing Street before a vote of no confidence but it doesn't really matter as the numbers would indicate it is pretty much in the bag for Johnson. The aged Tory membership are happy to overlook his innumerable flaws because they think he's 'charismatic'. Let's hope he doesn't start any wars before he gets turfed out.
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If you are still deluded enough to believe in brexit, get your head around this....



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James o Brian FFS I’d rather watch an orphanage burn down then listen to that depressing winging cry baby remain loser.


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Listen to his expert guest then. You might learn something.
We are f***ed.


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Remoaners sad face.


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So a silly graphic and a repetition of a childish phrase but not any reasoned, researched, economics backed arguments.

I haven’t heard any pro brexit counter arguments of the above type at all and certainly not from the two leadership contenders who clearly haven’t read the documents and statutes and research that they should. We haven’t heard the case and the plan because it doesn’t exist.
Anyone who has researched and reflected will have come to the same inescapable conclusions that I have. That there’s no deal to be had, there never was, and a no deal  brexit will smash our economy and social infrastructure to pieces, and I am a Euro sceptic who almost voted leave!


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Quoted from chaos33
So a silly graphic and a repetition of a childish phrase but not any reasoned, researched, economics backed arguments.

I haven’t heard any pro brexit counter arguments of the above type at all and certainly not from the two leadership contenders who clearly haven’t read the documents and statutes and research that they should. We haven’t heard the case and the plan because it doesn’t exist.
Anyone who has researched and reflected will have come to the same inescapable conclusions that I have. That there’s no deal to be had, there never was, and a no deal  brexit will smash our economy and social infrastructure to pieces, and I am a Euro sceptic who almost voted leave!


There is a deal to be had, unfortunately whoever wins the leadership contest will play up to the Brexit extremists who will not let it happen, May would have got her deal through if she had involved Labour and the SNP  in her negotiations. I believe most people accept the votes outcome, realise it was close and expect compromise. I voted leave and the totally undemocratic way the EU has selected it's new leaders shows why I was right to do so. They have completely shot themselves in the foot

I expected and hoped for a deal similar to Norway, I am not against free movement, but believe until we adopt the Euro we will be so far on the edge we are better off out. We need to be able to re-nationalise the Utilities and railways, manage our own fishing waters and keep the NHS safe.
I would probably vote remain if the only choice was no deal or remain.
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So a silly graphic and a repetition of a childish phrase but not any reasoned, researched, economics backed arguments.

I haven’t heard any pro brexit counter arguments of the above type at all and certainly not from the two leadership contenders who clearly haven’t read the documents and statutes and research that they should. We haven’t heard the case and the plan because it doesn’t exist.
Anyone who has researched and reflected will have come to the same inescapable conclusions that I have. That there’s no deal to be had, there never was, and a no deal  brexit will smash our economy and social infrastructure to pieces, and I am a Euro sceptic who almost voted leave!


Heard the same old guff about not joining the Euro, Europhiles will stop at nothing, just a bunch of cry babies playing chicken little, the sky's falling in ha ha. Even the doom mongering comments about the vote in 2016, the majority of it never happened and when the UK picked up again after a slight dip, the remoaning cry babies gave birth to the phrase despite Brexit, ha ha

Quick do your Eu war dance.



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Anybody who voted leave and thought we were going to get a good deal were deluded why would the EU say yes you are leaving take this good deal with you it wont encourage any other country to leave.  
I voted leave and I did not expect to get a good deal and all the ones I have spoken to who also voted leave did not think we would end up with a good deal.
What we did expect was to leave in an orderly manner with some sort of a deal whether May's deal was good or bad it was the only deal on the table and we can thank all those useless MP's who voted against it to thank that we are still talking about it now.
We should have left months ago and be getting on with our new found freedom by now. I trust Boris to take us out but think he will make a poor Prime Minister and as far as Hunt goes I have no idea if he would take us out or not and he will also make a poor Prime Minister ..
Before the Labour voters on here say lets have another election they have even worse candidates than the Tories to run the country and having another referendum would just be a waste of time and we would be having the same argument  for years to come.
Lets just leave and make the best of what we can arrange with the rest of the world.


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