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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by DavidL on Today at 21:33:11 »
Very interesting times....in a political sense. Quite exciting, in fact.
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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by döm on Today at 20:58:13 »
You're wrong in what you think about what i give a toss about
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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by Slim on Today at 20:52:55 »
I think we're closer to a second referendum than ever. This bill wont get through parliament. I think we're heading for that or a general election.


No sane person would countenance no deal
You've just been frightened by the Remainer scaremongering nonsense (although perhaps more realistically - I don't honestly think you give a toss about the UK, you just don't like us rejecting something that neither the people of Ireland nor France will ever have an opportunity to reject themselves, until the whole sorry EU clown show collapses, of course. Stings, doesn't it?).
No deal is a temporary inconvenience well worth paying, for a future outside the EU. The worst possible scenario is that the government will disregard the result of the referendum by calling another one. That would send a catastrophic message and I don't believe the government will allow it. No rational person could contemplate it.

A general election would require two-thirds of MPs to vote for one. Not going to happen.
Not sure if there's sufficient support for a no-confidence vote in the leadership of the party but there may well be now. If there is a leadership election, Theresa is toast.  Under the current constitution of our party the membership as a whole votes for leader from the last two standing in the contest, and she wouldn't survive that. Not against Boris, not against David Davis, not against Michael Gove, not against anyone. My own view is that she needs to go before the next election anyway.


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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by döm on Today at 20:52:29 »
Have to admire May's sheer bloody mindedness
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DVD/Movie/TV / Re: Question Time / This Week #5
« Last post by DavidL on Today at 20:40:50 »
Barry Gardiner in for Stephen Kinnock.


David's disapproval probably sent him running  ;D
No Kinnock?......  Alright!!
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DVD/Movie/TV / Re: Question Time / This Week #5
« Last post by döm on Today at 20:33:14 »
Barry Gardiner in for Stephen Kinnock.


David's disapproval probably sent him running  ;D
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DVD/Movie/TV / Re: Question Time / This Week #5
« Last post by DavidL on Today at 20:12:46 »
Essential viewing tonight, surely?

Panel doesn’t look that exciting though; I’m only familiar with Tim Stanley and Stephen Kinnock, and the latter only because of his dad.
Like father, like son.....idiot
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8d9Hm7_1DCo
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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by DavidL on Today at 20:08:26 »
Corbyn now stating Labour will back another referendum...that should do for the Conservatives.
And you can hear the cheers from Brussels
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DVD/Movie/TV / Re: Question Time / This Week #5
« Last post by Matt2112 on Today at 19:45:21 »
Essential viewing tonight, surely?

Panel doesn’t look that exciting though; I’m only familiar with Tim Stanley and Stephen Kinnock, and the latter only because of his dad.
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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by Nick on Today at 19:35:13 »
Corbyn now stating Labour will back another referendum...that should do for the Conservatives.
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