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Posted - Sep 22 2018 : 1:09AM
Here's how.

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Posted - Sep 25 2018 : 8:04AM
In fact Britain's so-called independent nuclear deterrent is ultimately under American control. In other words it couldn't be used without permission from Donald Trump! No complaints from Leavers who make a fetish about 'sovereignty' about that.
The whole point of the EU was to progress from the days of 'major countries acting solely in their own interests'. It has always been a flawed organisation to say the least, but the alternatives are looking a great deal worse.
 
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Posted - Oct 14 2018 : 5:03AM
What a shambles the Brexit thing has become.
The Brits had a referendum and one question was on the paper. Whether to stay in or come out of the EU. Two boxes and put your X in the box of your choice. Simple.
At the time I did not hear phrases such as "Customs Union", "Single Market" or "Hard Border".
All of this means if there were to be another "peoples vote" the ballot paper would be something like this
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We have established that the UK is leaving the European Union. How would you like the United Kingdom to leave.
Trade With a Customs Union?
Trade With a Single Market?
Trade under World Trade Organisation rules?
Regarding Ireland A Hard Border?
All of these things?
None of these things?
Some of these things?
On second thoughts we should stay in the EU ?.
In the space below please write down what options you prefer.
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My point being. We answered one question in the previous referendum. Now we have lots of questions. In this example there are eight. Not so simple
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Posted - Oct 15 2018 : 8:21AM

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Posted - Nov 14 2018 : 9:23AM
One person who ought to benefit greatly from Brexit is Noel Edmonds.
When the referendum result came through he should have had it written into his contract "Everytime the phrase "Deal Or No Deal" is utttered with regard to leaving the European Union I will receieve £1,000 as part of copyright"
Noel Edmonds would be a billionaire right now.
 
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Posted - Nov 14 2018 : 11:22AM
This has been going around the interwebs for awhile now. I thought I had seen it here, but apparently not
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Posted - Nov 14 2018 : 12:44PM
^ It's a wonderful skit, but

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Posted - Nov 14 2018 : 2:30PM
The Democratic Ulster Unionist MPs (who are propping up the Conservatives) have not even SEEN the agreement.
Considering that the main sticking point was the question of the Irish border. You would think that they would get to see the agreement then make a decision in a vote.
The Official British Brexit Song

Edited by - Brummie on 11/14/2018 2:44:03 PM
 
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Edited by - Asmodeus on 11/15/2018 1:09:59 PM
 
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Posted - Nov 15 2018 : 1:33PM
Should the name of this thread be changed to "Brexit is NOT happening" ??
Or perhaps, "Brexit may possibly be happening or not; stay tuned" ???


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Posted - Nov 15 2018 : 2:21PM
^ Or "The Brexit Thread"
 
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Ok
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Posted - Nov 16 2018 : 1:58AM
Why are the Spice Girls reforming at the same time Brexit is happening? Curious minds wanna know!

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Posted - Nov 23 2018 : 10:45AM
Prime Minister May was on a phone in on BBC Radip 5 Live. She was asked a total of 6 times by the caller and also the presenter Emma Barnett. "If you lose the vote in the House of Commons on your deal. What is your Plan B?". She failed to give a straight answer all the way through (typical politician)
 
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Posted - Nov 24 2018 : 6:13PM
To earn enough money to leave if it all goes titsup?
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Posted - Dec 4 2018 : 6:36AM
As the News channel report on the goings-on at Westminster a protester holding a placard saying "WE NEED A PEOPLES VOTE" and shouting the same thing. The BBC spent hundreds of pounds by errecting a gantry where guests had to climb step to be interviewed. The protester just nailed an extra piece of wood to his pole. When asked how much did the extension to the placard cost?. He replied "£3.50".
If the Mods don't mind I'll post the same pic in "Make Me Laugh" because it is so funny.
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Edited by - Brummie on 12/4/2018 10:54:13 AM

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Edited by - Asmodeus on 12/6/2018 11:25:49 AM
 
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[link inactive:Server error]Theresa May warns parliament: Back me or risk no Brexit at all
 
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Posted - Dec 10 2018 : 10:30AM
Throughout history one word strikes fear into a Conservative politician. That word is Europe.
You can trace all the way back to Neville Chamberlain.
In 1938 Chamberlaion waved his piece of paper PEACE IN OUR TIME. In September 1939 Britain declared war on Germany. Chamberlain went soon after replaced by Churchill.
In 1945 Churchill, who had led the country through World War 2 lost a landslide to the Labour Party in to peacetime.
In 1974 Edward Heath was defeated after having signed the Uk into the Common Market
In 1990 Margaret Thatcher lost power as a direct result of European issues
In 1997 John Major lost the General Election in a similar manner regarding the Single Currency known as The Euro.
In 2016 David Cameron granted a referrendum, Vote leave, lost the vote, and resigned
Theresa May also votede to leave in 2016.......just saying.

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Posted - Dec 12 2018 : 5:29AM
That article is about young people in N. Ire wanting to secure their future economic future by having vote on the current propsed deal.

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Posted - Dec 12 2018 : 5:33AM
Now we have a no-confidence vote coming on Teresa May's leadership of the Conservative Party later today, which throws even more confusion over the terms of Brexit.
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Posted - Dec 14 2018 : 1:16AM
Well she survived that at least.
I would do a screen-grab of Indiana jones running from that huge boulder and 'shop her face on him, but it's late and I'm too lazy to search for the image.
So just imagine it.

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Posted - Dec 14 2018 : 5:40AM
And the EU has confirmed that there will be NO re-negotiation of the Brexit deal. Why would they anyway - it took nearly 2 years to negotiate what we have now.

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Posted - Dec 15 2018 : 4:49AM
Isn't there a rule that there cannot be another vote for 12 mths?
And following the vote didn't May publicly announce that she will leave before the next election?

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Posted - Dec 16 2018 : 12:50AM
Angela Merkel making sure the blacksmiths anvil is ready to drop
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Posted - Dec 16 2018 : 7:50AM
The trouble all along with Brexit is that the Leavers have no coherent alternative to the EU. They couldn't even organise a coup against Theresa May.

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Posted - Dec 16 2018 : 11:40AM
Yes;
and yes.

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Posted - Jan 9 2019 : 12:48AM
The great debate starts again today in the House of Commons.
I loved it just before Christmas when the MPs were saying "The clock is ticking" and then gave themselves a fortnights break through Christmas and the New Year.
If this issue was of such national and international importance to the UK they should have finished on the 23rd December and returned on January 2nd. Those few extra days might have made the difference and could be voting today instead of next Tuesday.
As for Theresa May who keeps "kicking the can down the road" hasn't she heard of Recycling?.

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Posted - Jan 13 2019 : 5:47AM
^ If May had put her deal before Parliament when she originally intended to we could have savd even more time. The deal that goes before the Commons on Tuesdat is essentially the same one. It seems doomed to fail which leaves us two options - no deal or ask the EU to agree to an extension of time to try and negotiate something else.
 
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Posted - Jan 15 2019 : 9:41AM

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Posted - Jan 15 2019 : 10:47AM
Vote expected at 7pm GMT

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Posted - Jan 16 2019 : 6:29AM
Biggest government defeat for nearly a hundred years. No confidence vote tonight.
After her disastrous decision to call an election in 2017 which lost the Tories their overall majority in the House of Commons, and this defeat on May's 'only possible deal' Brexit, she should stand down. Any PM should stand down after two such poor errors of judgment - but she won't.....

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Posted - Jan 16 2019 : 9:53AM
^ Yes Cormac. In 1924 Ramsey McDonald lost on a censure motion. Was forced to call a General Election and lost.
I suggest that all of the party leaders should get together May, Corbyn, Cable and the Westminister leaders of the Scottish Nats, the Welsh Nats the DUP and even the Green MP in a room and try to thrash it all out and come to an agreement. After all, Brexit is about the future of the UK and not the Conservative party. The issues will lasted 20, 30, 40 years until maybe another referendum in 2060. By then any number of parties could have formed a Government so it affects all of those parties mentioned.
 
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Posted - Jan 21 2019 : 8:53AM

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Posted - Jan 21 2019 : 9:26AM
^ Plan B is probably an exact copy of Plan A.
But never fear. Baldrick's got a cunning plan.

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Posted - Jan 24 2019 : 7:32AM
Plan B IS pretty much Plan A, but there has been some movement from some of the Brexiteers towards compromise. The trouble is that Plan A is the only plan that the EU will sign up to. When May went back to them in December they cold-shouldered any amendments. It's frustrating to hear May bang on about the same old plan, and far be it from me to agree with her abouit anything, but ultimately the EU hold the trump card.
 
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Posted - Jan 24 2019 : 9:01AM
^^
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Posted - Jan 30 2019 : 7:46AM


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Posted - Jan 30 2019 : 7:58AM
20.41 The last vote of 7 result is announced. May says she will return to the EU to ask to reopen the Withdrawl agreement with regard to the backstop.
20.46 The EU say that the Withdrawl agreement has been signed off and cannot be changed. In other words don't even bother to return.
Five minutes it took the EU to respond.
I bet they had two statements prepared for each scenario.
1. "We welcome the British government's decision to accept the deal negotiated between the European Union and Her Majesty's Government and we look forward to closer relations between our two groups"
2 "We regret that the British Government has taken this decision to reopen the withdrawl agreement with regard to the backstop. However as the Irish Backstop are part of the Withdrawl agreement and the Withdrawl agreement has been agree too. It is now impossible to return to such as agreement"
In other words Don't even think about coming back to the EU

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Posted - Feb 1 2019 : 9:12PM

"[on a billboard] they put up a quote by former Brexit secretary David Davis, promising shortly after the referendum that there would be "no downside to Brexit, only a considerable upside".
People pointed out they were preaching to the converted in London.
So they went to Romford, a "famously Leave-y area" on the Essex border, and there they put prominent Brexiteer Michael Gove’s pre-referendum promise "The day after we vote to leave, we hold all the cards and we can choose the path we want.""

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Posted - Feb 2 2019 : 1:52AM
^ The cards don't do you any good if you don't play them correctly.

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Posted - Feb 5 2019 : 5:54AM
^ nor if the other side holds even more, and better cards.


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Posted - Feb 7 2019 : 4:07AM
I thought Donald Tusk's remarks about " a special place in hell" were very harsh to say the least. He would do well to remember that, and I'm trying my best not to be against the EU here, there were 2 occasions in the previous century where the British Army (with some help from the Americans) saved the European countries from "a special place in hell. The first thing May should seek is a profound apology from Tusk for that remark. It is arrogant attitudes like Tusk's that drove many people to want to vote leave in the first place

 
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Posted - Feb 7 2019 : 10:06AM

Two years after the UK voted to leave the EU, its only overland border has brought Brexit negotiations to a halt, thanks to something called the backstop. So what is it?


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Posted - Feb 8 2019 : 5:58AM
/ (why is this smartbuydisc.ru the only place my laptop won't copy as a link?).

It's a catch-22 fallout from Brexit. The UK's only land border with the EU is that between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. People and goods cross the border daily and both countries want it to continue.

 
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Posted - Feb 10 2019 : 11:46AM
Let me get this straight , the UK wanted to maintain open the border between the Irelands but stay formally out of the no fees zone between EU members and expect the EU would agree?

How dumb do they think the EU are?

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