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Posted - Jun 13 2019 : 1:43AM
Two words for Theresa May:

"Bye, Felicia."

Edited by - Asmodeus on 6/13/2019 6:01:25 PM


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Posted - Jun 19 2019 : 12:44AM
In the BBC debate the format went like this

Question 1 was about small business and what the candidates would do about them.
They argued.
At the end the questioner was asked. "Did they answer your question?". "No"

Question 2 was about Brexit and the October 31st deadline/
They argued.
At the end the questioner was asjked "Did this answer your question?". "No"

Question 3..........

What a waste of time.

We are still no wiser as to HOW the candidates will takes us out of the European Union


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Posted - Jun 20 2019 : 5:43AM
I thought the point of the TV debate was questionable anyway. No one outside Parliament gets a say in who the Tory party elects as its leader, so who were they addressing? Not members of the public.


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Posted - Jun 20 2019 : 1:34PM
It's Johnson v Hunt to fight it out
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Posted - Jun 27 2019 : 5:36AM
^And they're each promising Brexit without knowing how they're going to do it. Boris in particular has avoided any and all questions about what his plan is for delivering Brexit - because he hasn't got one. It isn't something anyone can promise because it depends on Parliament and the EU giving their approval.

 
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Posted - Jun 30 2019 : 3:33PM
I thought Boris wanted to 'crash out'. Was I mistaken?
 
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Posted - Jul 1 2019 : 8:00AM
^^
Doesn't matter. They were able to lead enough lemmings into a Brexit vote, they're assured that the same ones will believe the promises about fulfilling out.

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Posted - Jul 5 2019 : 7:30AM
^^ Not quite; he says he wants to scrap the current deal and negotiate a different one before 31 October. If that can't be achieved, the UK will then leave without a deal.

Triffic, Boris but you have two major problems with that:

1. The EU have said and said again that they will not re-negotiate the deal; and
2. Parliament, which trumps any PM or govt, has voted not to leave the EU without a deal.

In order to deliver he has first to persuade the EU to scrap the only deal that they've said they will accept, and then persuade Parliament to approve that deal, failing which he has to persuade Parliament to let us leave without a deal. Unlikely to happen, mate. Of course it's always possible that the EU will get fed up with the UK, cut their own losses and throw us out on the 31th. I would.


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Posted - Jul 6 2019 : 4:21PM
Johnson or Hunt? Latest twist is that some of the few entitled to vote have received two ballot papers. Pistols at dawn the best way to settle this one I reckon.

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Posted - Jul 11 2019 : 10:32AM
Not sure who said this recently but I had to laugh

"In Brexit Theresa May has taken us to the very cliff edge and either Boris or Jeremy will takes us that one step further"

 
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Posted - Jul 18 2019 : 1:31AM
Two days ago the European Parliament voted to approve the new EU Commissions , it is usually a formality , but this time almost didn't pass, , it was approved with a 10 votes margin.
The UK representatives voted no , it's the most odd thing because a Country leaving Europe (but has no plan to actually do it ) Elected their representative even though they don't want to be there and are actively trying to obstruct the European Institutions from even beginning to be functional.
it's weird that the Farage group especially voted no , no EU institution in charge means no one to deal with , no one to deal with would delay the Brexit itself ,do they want out for real?
Or with no EU institutions to deal with Great Britain would be forced to a hard exit.

I know legally and technically they are still in and entitled to vote whatevere they want , but this way their vote would affect all the others leaving wreckages when they leave, can't they maintain their BS in their own garden without involving us in the process?

Of course many others voted against , but they are voting for themselves , some voted against Europe , but some voted to just disapprove some names placed in key position the normal political dynamics of a Parliament.

Also I don't think this would help the EU attitude toward the Brexit Deal.


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Posted - Jul 22 2019 : 1:34PM
The new Prime Minister will be known tomorrow (23rd) and resignations already. Sir Alan Duncan, a Foriegn Office Minister being one. With the tensions in the Middle East I hope Jeremy Hunt keeps his place as Foreign Secretary (assuming Boris wins) he seems as steadier hand as possible at the moment at least. If someone else takes over and it's another Boris-type then god help the price of oil when Iran reacts..

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Posted - Jul 23 2019 : 8:07AM
^What's happening? Brexit, Trump, now Boris. If you'd told me this a few years ago I'd have laughed. Jesus, I'm not laughing now. With the crisis in Iran, Trump in the White House, Boris at no. 10 and Putin (an ally of Iran and Syria) in the Kremlin, the world has got incrementally much more dangerous.


 
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Posted - Jul 23 2019 : 9:39AM
^ Agreed! But next year, the Americans can get of rid of one at least. There's still hope.

Edited by - grover on 7/23/2019 9:39:53 AM

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Posted - Jul 23 2019 : 10:30AM
Do the UK really want a man who makes very serious blunders to be Prime Minister?. During the hustings he kept on and on about how great he was as Mayor of London. He said he brought the crime rate down. But London's crime rate was still higher than the national rate. On knife crime the London rate was STILL higher.

He never spoke about his time as Foreign Secretary during the hustings. why?. Here's Why

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been illegally imprisoned in Iran for spying for the last 3 years of a 6 year sentence. She was actually on holiday with her daughter she was arrested at the airport ready to fly home.

There is a campaign to try to get her released but the Iranians have stopped family visits. she has been denied Consular access.

When Johnson was Foreign Secretary he wrongly said that Nazanin had been "teaching journaliam" in effect spying. instead of helping a dual British/Iranian national (she is married to Richard Ratcliffe, a British man) the Iranians promptly extended her prison sentence.

During the hustings in a BBC TV interview conducted by Andrew Neil. andrew Neil challenged Johnson on this. Instead of answering the question head on Johnson deflected it by saying "The real culprits in this are the Iranians for imprisoning her". Neil replied "Yes, but it would have helped if the British Foreign Secretary hadn't made things worse for her".

So. I hope Johnson does not make any more serious blunders now he is Prme Minister.

If you wish to read up on Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe. here is her Wiki page.


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Posted - Jul 24 2019 : 12:03AM

Hey UK, welcome to Trump's New World Order!

Edited by - Asmodeus on 7/24/2019 12:04:32 AM


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Posted - Jul 24 2019 : 12:59AM
Trump nicknames Boris "Trump Britain".

God help us in the UK


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Posted - Jul 24 2019 : 1:53PM
Boris takes over as Prime Minister and 15 (and counting) Ministers lose their jobs including Jeremy Hunt.

This makes Harold McMillan's Night of the Long Knives from 1962 where 7 Ministers lost their jobs seem like a tea party


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Posted - Jul 24 2019 : 2:11PM
Well, Britain had a good innings while it lasted.
 
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Posted - Jul 24 2019 : 10:53PM
Best wishes to the Britts. Hopefully, the Britts will dump him asap. In the UK parliament, a vote of no confidence can be voted on at any time.

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Posted - Jul 25 2019 : 7:29AM
Labour, the opposition party has said it will table a vote of no confidence, but it needs to be at a time when they believe they can win. Some senior ruling Conservative MPs have said they will do so if Boris' govt tries to leave the EU without a deal.
As we get closer to 31 October, at which point Boris has said we will leave with or without a deal, and no deal has been struck, that is the point that I think the Labour party can call on enough dissident Conservative and Lib Dem MPs to maybe get the vote through. That should trigger an immediate general election.
Bring it on.

 
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Posted - Jul 26 2019 : 1:57PM
^
I don't think he wants any deal, as I said the GB representatives in the new Europarliament voted NO to the new Euro Commissions basically they tried to stop the election of those who should deal with them, No commmissions no deal , there would be nobody in charge for it .The commission passed by just TEN votes and only because one of the Anti-Europe party of Italy betrayed their allies and voted yes , they had 14 votes , just enough to let the commissions pass , they said they did this because even if they don't like the EU as of this moment it is still better than aAnarchy ,they want a different deal

You guys think it's possible that your representatives voted against your own goverment?
Such a vote only meant they're trying to force a no deal exit , coud this really be done behind his back?


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Posted - Jul 27 2019 : 9:22AM
^ Not all our MEP's (Members of the European Parliament) are members of the same party we have in government. The majority are from the Brexit party, established solely to get the UK out of the EU as fast as possible.
Boris, the Prime Minister [still can't get used to saying that] favours free trade, but with an agreement being preferable.


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Posted - Jul 28 2019 : 11:13AM
Ever wondered what Theresa May ACUALLY did when she left No 10 Downing Street for the very last time?. Take a look

Edited by - Brummie on 7/28/2019 11:14:14 AM

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Posted - Aug 9 2019 : 10:30AM

Excerpts from the article:

The British economy unexpectedly shrank in the second quarter for the first time since 2012 as Brexit uncertainties heaped pressure on firms, official figures showed Friday.

The decline is set to raise alarm that the economy could experience its first recession in a decade. Traders in currency markets appeared to reflect that concern, sending the pound down across the board, including to another 2-1/2 year low against the dollar of $1.2065.

The drop illustrates the market disappointment to the quarterly contraction, which lowered the annual growth rate to 1.2% from 1.8% in the first quarter. Most analysts expected the economy to flat-line.

 
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Posted - Aug 18 2019 : 11:39AM

Excerpts from the article:

Secret British government documents have warned of serious disruptions across the country in the event that the U.K. leaves the European Union without a trade deal on Oct. 31, according to The Sunday Times.

The newspaper published what it said were three pages worth of "planning assumptions" detailing what the British government expects in the case of a sudden, "no-deal" exit from the EU. Among the most serious: "significant" disruptions to the supply of drugs and medicine, a decrease in the availability of fresh food and even potential fresh water shortages due to possible interruptions of imported water treatment chemicals.

Although the grim scenarios reportedly outlined in the government documents have long been floated by academics and economists, they've been repeatedly dismissed as scaremongering by proponents of Britain's departure from the EU.

 
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Posted - Aug 18 2019 : 10:34PM

Edited by - Smiler Grogan on 8/18/2019 10:35:36 PM


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Posted - Aug 19 2019 : 11:28AM
Brexit is absurd to anybody rational, except for those on the hard right who brought it about in the first place. But most Brexit voters really have little interest in politics, making it difficult to get through to them.

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Posted - Aug 20 2019 : 10:54AM
^ There were more than enough of the older generation, who retain their 'Empire days we don't need anyone else' beliefs; and outright xenophobes (how many times leading up to the referendum did I hear "we've got to stop all these immigrants coming in) to carry the day. That isn't to say that everyone was in these categories among the brexiteers - many had hearfelt (but flawed in my view) opinions on the likely economic advantages - but it was enough to make the difference


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Posted - Aug 22 2019 : 5:54AM
Brexit. The next few days

Merkel will probably tell Johnson to "F*** off"
Macron will probably tell Johnson to "F*** off"

Johnson will return to the UK and make a speech outside No 10 saying "We have had constructive discussions and we agree on many points".

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