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Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:53 pm
by Glowy69
If we had another vote, all I can hope is the youth actually bother to vote, and it would be a landslide, even though so many that voted to leave still only did it cus of foreigners and has since been debunked, the NHS bollocks as well, they'd still do it, because people are strawberry floating stubborn.

In other news did everyone see the J'OB video of him asking a caller to name one thing May has done well

"she's enacted the will of the people"
"article 50"
"will of the people"

Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 7:02 pm
by Lagamorph

Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 7:21 pm
by Moggy

Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 7:45 pm
by Snowcannon
Glowy69 wrote:If we had another vote, all I can hope is the youth actually bother to vote, and it would be a landslide, even though so many that voted to leave still only did it cus of foreigners and has since been debunked, the NHS bollocks as well, they'd still do it, because people are strawberry floating stubborn.

In other news did everyone see the J'OB video of him asking a caller to name one thing May has done well

"she's enacted the will of the people"
"article 50"
"will of the people"


Link?

Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:08 pm
by Moggy
Snowcannon wrote:
Glowy69 wrote:If we had another vote, all I can hope is the youth actually bother to vote, and it would be a landslide, even though so many that voted to leave still only did it cus of foreigners and has since been debunked, the NHS bollocks as well, they'd still do it, because people are strawberry floating stubborn.

In other news did everyone see the J'OB video of him asking a caller to name one thing May has done well

"she's enacted the will of the people"
"article 50"
"will of the people"


Link?



Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:19 pm
by Dual
Moggy wrote:


:lol:

Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:19 pm
by Lagamorph
Farage has changed his mind again

The EU referendum on June 23, 2016 was the greatest democratic exercise in the history of our nation. In the face of the global establishment and the outrageous tissue of lies peddled by those responsible for Project Fear, people still voted to Leave the European Union. That should have been that. If only. Had the Remain side won, any suggestion that a second referendum should be held would have been dismissed. But the establishment for once found itself on the losing side. Over the last 18 months its efforts to delay, to water down or, at the most extreme end of its wish-list, to re-run the referendum altogether know no bounds.

It is the nature of the dishonesty of our political class that the vast majority of our MPs stood on general election manifestos pledging to leave the EU and the single market, yet just months later that so many of them have conveniently changed their tune. It is not surprising, but it is shameful. While I want the 2016 referendum result to be honoured, however, and know that a second referendum would create huge uncertainties for Britain, I am beginning to fear that a second plebiscite may well happen anyway.

Here’s why. My meeting with Mr Barnier earlier this week left me in no doubt that a grown-up, rounded trade agreement to cover both goods and services is not possible thanks to the truculence of most of the bureaucrats who run the EU. This view was confirmed by comments from a meeting held subsequent to mine between Barnier and three prominent British businessmen: former Director-General of the CBI Digby Jones, the Chief Executive of the British Chambers of Commerce John Longworth, and Labour’s biggest private donor, John Mills. They all left that meeting in a pessimistic mood. I am convinced that the European Union will end up offering a deal to us that is so unattractive that the British Parliament will reject it. In those circumstances - which may well come before the end of this year - the Eurosceptic hope is that we would simply crash out of the EU on WTO rules. That looks like a fantasy, however.

To be clear, I do not want a second referendum, but I fear one may be forced upon the country by parliament.

Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:31 pm
by Moggy
Lagamorph wrote:Farage has changed his mind again

The EU referendum on June 23, 2016 was the greatest democratic exercise in the history of our nation. In the face of the global establishment and the outrageous tissue of lies peddled by those responsible for Project Fear, people still voted to Leave the European Union. That should have been that. If only. Had the Remain side won, any suggestion that a second referendum should be held would have been dismissed. But the establishment for once found itself on the losing side. Over the last 18 months its efforts to delay, to water down or, at the most extreme end of its wish-list, to re-run the referendum altogether know no bounds.

It is the nature of the dishonesty of our political class that the vast majority of our MPs stood on general election manifestos pledging to leave the EU and the single market, yet just months later that so many of them have conveniently changed their tune. It is not surprising, but it is shameful. While I want the 2016 referendum result to be honoured, however, and know that a second referendum would create huge uncertainties for Britain, I am beginning to fear that a second plebiscite may well happen anyway.

Here’s why. My meeting with Mr Barnier earlier this week left me in no doubt that a grown-up, rounded trade agreement to cover both goods and services is not possible thanks to the truculence of most of the bureaucrats who run the EU. This view was confirmed by comments from a meeting held subsequent to mine between Barnier and three prominent British businessmen: former Director-General of the CBI Digby Jones, the Chief Executive of the British Chambers of Commerce John Longworth, and Labour’s biggest private donor, John Mills. They all left that meeting in a pessimistic mood. I am convinced that the European Union will end up offering a deal to us that is so unattractive that the British Parliament will reject it. In those circumstances - which may well come before the end of this year - the Eurosceptic hope is that we would simply crash out of the EU on WTO rules. That looks like a fantasy, however.

To be clear, I do not want a second referendum, but I fear one may be forced upon the country by parliament.


He’s such a twat. His Tweet earlier didn’t really say any of that, but he’s now shitting himself because his core support reacted so badly to his idea for a second referendum. :lol:


Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:55 pm
by Errkal
Toss pot

Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:21 pm
by Lagamorph


Guess they didn't get his update :slol:

Re: Brexit

Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:45 pm
by more heat than light
The phrase 'Daily Express Crusade' really makes me want to punch someone in the face.

Re: Brexit

Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 3:49 am
by Karl
Combining the aspiration to a 'crusade' with that little cartoon knight leads me to believe that The Express thinks the Crusades were something noble and maybe even a bit enjoyable.

Re: Brexit

Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 7:46 am
by Moggy
Lagamorph wrote:

Guess they didn't get his update :slol:


From the bottom of that front page

It would be naïve to allow Remain organisations to build up war chests, get their campaigns going, get their negative messages out…


Also under Farage it says “Nigel Farage hopes to end “whingeing” from Remoaners”.

Really Express/Nigel? After 40 years of moaning and whingeing about how much you hated Europe, you are now whingeing that Remainers are whingeing? :lol:

Re: Brexit

Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:02 am
by more heat than light
They weren't whinging, they were crusading.

Re: Brexit

Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:18 am
by Benzin
The crusade to bring Diana back to life!

Re: Brexit

Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:10 am
by Lagamorph
Benzin wrote:The crusade to bring Diana back to life!

She's dead?!

Re: Brexit

Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:12 am
by Cheeky Devlin
Lagamorph wrote:
Benzin wrote:The crusade to bring Diana back to life!

She's dead?!

Always wiv us in are harts!

Re: Brexit

Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:19 am
by Moggy
Lagamorph wrote:
Benzin wrote:The crusade to bring Diana back to life!

She's dead?!


She died in FRANCE at the hands of a FRENCH driver while being pursued by FRENCH paparazzi (an ITALIAN word).

This is why we voted out, the Europeans just kill our princesses and we need to save Kate before it’s too late. :x

Re: Brexit

Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:58 am
by Photek
James O'Brien has a live one bois.

"I dunno I like brexit for my kids, I'm ignorant about the reasons”

James pointed out all the things he’s denied his children and he just said he believes it will be better.

:dread:

Re: Brexit

Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:11 pm
by Squinty
Photek wrote:James O'Brien has a live one bois.

"I dunno I like brexit for my kids, I'm ignorant about the reasons”

James pointed out all the things he’s denied his children and he just said he believes it will be better.

:dread:


I'm starting to think these callers are fake. No one can be this thick.