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  1. den

    Brexit

    What are you talking about sparks? I have never said that I don’t want a general election. as for a hard brexit this is what Johnson is pursuing and what the ERG have always pursued, if they had argued for that during the ref debate they would have lost. That’s why they lied throughout their illegal campaign.
  2. den

    Brexit

    The general election that you keep calling for will probably lead to another minority government. A referendum would sort brexit immediately. so if you want it sorted quickly there’s your answer.
  3. den

    Brexit

    Childish Chaddy.
  4. den

    Brexit

    Latest talk is around a softer brexit that keeps the UK in the customs union. That could attract the DUP and bring together a majority. Of course that wouldn’t get the Tory vote and it would cause probably a massive split in their party. It’s certainly something Labour are looking at, but where would that leave Jo Swinson? She wants no brexit at all but risks The very hard brexit of Johnson if she declines. views on that?
  5. den

    Brexit

    They voted to Invoke article 50 Chaddy. that didn’t tie them to supporting absolutely any Tory deal - and certainly not a deal that costs us our freedom of movement, our prosperity, our workers rights and endangers the United Kingdom. or do you think they did, in which case please show me the evidence of that.
  6. Thought England were superb. strong, pacy where it matters, strong in defence. Pretty flawless to be honest. Australia pretty much second best all over the pitch. play ‘em again, we’d beat ‘em again. 😁 nice to be able to say that.
  7. den

    Brexit

    You’re in the minority then. BTW brexit is vitally important. What I see from leave voters now is just waffle about a vote three and a half years ago, they have given up on the facts. when they voted did they know there would be a border in the Irish Sea, that the country would be much less prosperous, that Johnson would remove protections for workers rights from the WA - just for starters? no, they didn’t.
  8. den

    Brexit

    Says who? You Chaddy!!!!
  9. den

    Brexit

    They’ve seen the light Chaddy.
  10. den

    Brexit

    He also knows BJ will be totally against this - which is good. It allows all kinds of amandments to be added at any time - including attaching a referendum to leave with the deal or remain.
  11. den

    Brexit

    DUP won’t support the deal meaning, in my opinion, Johnsons “deal” is dead. A very angry Richard Tice scathing about Johnsons negotiating tactics calling it the second worst deal in history. He also says a second referendum is probably 50/50 now - and that leave would win again as long as Citizens living in the EU weren’t allowed to vote again. oh heck.
  12. den

    Brexit

    Boris wants you to trust him on workers rights. dont remember vote leave advertising that they wanted to take away workers rights - anyone else?
  13. den

    Brexit

    Without doubt Labours problem fundamentally is Corbyn. His position on Brexit isn’t helping him, but HE is the problem. its a strange one, because most of his policies looked at individually would attract support, but it’s him and how he’s percieved that’s the problem. How would, or does the average poorly informed voter see him? Well IMO they see him as a throwback to the Labour Party of the seventies. They see nationalisation, hatred of big business, someone wanting to strengthen the unions. He’s vulnerable to the British media who constantly push the image of someone who’s positioned himself on the wrong side of history with his appearances at the side of the IRA for instance. now tell me, Labour need to gain votes from all the other parties - how can Corbyn be the right man to do that? Are Tory voters going to move across as they did for Blair? Never.
  14. den

    Brexit

    I agree, but there are a number of them that would vote for ANY deal. I find it amazing that any true socialist would vote for any kind of brexit as every assessment done shows that the poorer in society will be hurt the most. I’m not quite as amazed by the poorer in society voting for it.
  15. den

    Brexit

    Boris’s gamble is that the DUP’s vote will be nullified by the ERG and Labour leave MP’s. I think it will work.
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