Started by Slim, May 29, 2019, 16:23:15 pm
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Quote from: Chris Quartly on May 30, 2019, 22:06:13 pmUnfortunate facts like the ones he makes in his argument don't seem to pose much care to those who want no-deal...
Quote from: Matt2112 on May 30, 2019, 15:39:29 pmMaybe ask the hordes of ex-teaching professionals who quit under his tenure.
Quote from: Slim on May 31, 2019, 11:52:16 amThe simple fact that ruling out no deal won't deliver Brexit is a rather more pertinent fact, I think.
Quote from: Chris Quartly on May 31, 2019, 17:44:52 pmThe cutting one's nose off to spite one's face option is always an option.
Quote from: Slim on May 31, 2019, 11:54:07 amCould we ask you instead, Matt? I don't actually know any of those ex teachers myself.
Quote from: Matt2112 on June 01, 2019, 11:40:08 amThat would be to get ahead of ourselves.
Quote from: Slim on June 02, 2019, 16:53:11 pmBack on topic - apparently Michael has told the rest of the Cabinet that he's prepared to delay Brexit until 2020. I don't think the party will wear that, and the Brexit Party's current fortunes in the polls:
Quote from: Nick on June 03, 2019, 16:47:51 pmI thought the EU were fairly clear in advising they wont do another deal other than the one negotiated by May.
Quote from: The Letter R on June 03, 2019, 14:00:18 pmIn reality that is probably not a bad suggestion if he is going to try and re-negotiate a deal with the EU - assuming he wins the leadership contest of course.Between now and the end of October there is very little time to push through anything that isn't already on the table - which is No Deal, The May Deal which has been rejected many times over and surely would not be championed by the new leader and of course not leaving at all.If Gove does not want a No deal but a new negotiated deal with the EU then really the leave date has to be postponed.The other issue is though will the EU allow this? if they don't his next option may be to revoke article 50, then, when he sees fit, present it again to Europe and start from square 1 again.
Quote from: Slim on May 29, 2019, 16:23:15 pmI've followed James for year or two on Twitter and was surprised to see that he'd thrown his hat into the ring. James can claim to have supported Brexit since before the referendum, and is also on record of accepting that no deal is better than a bad deal. But then again, Theresa used to say that, didn't she?I'm afraid James' chances are fatally tainted by his overt support as a government minister for Theresa's instrument of surrender.
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