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  1. broadsword

    Brexit

    A general election solves nothing
  2. broadsword

    Brexit

    A bloody pointless woman
  3. broadsword

    Brexit

    Yeah, May going i guess would change the landscape. EU cannot extend unless we request it.
  4. broadsword

    Brexit

    Hasn't parliament already ruled out No Deal? The only way No Deal can happen is if the EU run out of patience, and I don't think they will. Very interesting that May is willing to entertain another referendum now. It cannot be made to work. The EU won't renegotiate, so there's either May's deal, no brexit or no deal. May's deal is dead in the water, no-one in Westminster or Brussels wants no deal. So, eventually, it will be no brexit. Quite possibly the Brexit Party in 2022 will try to get some seats, but I can't ever see a majority in parliament for no deal even if they did. By then it will be 6 years after the 2016 referendum, and it will just be the headbangers that want it. Everyone else will just want to get on with their lives.
  5. broadsword

    Brexit

    Couldn't have happened to a nicer fella
  6. broadsword

    Brexit

    And what does that have to do with brexit. You throw hissy fits, have digs at my football opinions, post videos from right wing rabble rouses, have slanging matches with other posters. But I've never at any point see you back up your opinion with evidence. Quote the achievement to make all those posts and never at any point rationalise why you think brexit is a good idea
  7. broadsword

    Brexit

    You certainly do hold a contrasting view, but you've never explained why. So if you're not coming back on the thread, I'm not sure if it will make any difference
  8. broadsword

    Brexit

    Arron Banks, Steve Bannon?
  9. broadsword

    Brexit

    I'm not sure how much more of this I can take. It's not fast from becoming a mental health issue for me. On and on it goes, like Japanese water torture. No-one appears willing or able to turn the tap off. The brexit party isn't actually a political party, it's a corporation. You can't become a member, you can only donate money to them. They're no manifesto, but their voters don't care. It makes me sick to think he might get away with it. Remember this is the guy who ran away from a car crash that his car t was involved with. He's nowhere to be seen when the stuff hits the fan. It doesn't matter how many of his fans turn on him when it all goes to shit, it will be too late then
  10. broadsword

    Brexit

    That's because implementing remain would've been easy. Brexit, on the other hand, makes a chimpanzees' tea party look like a royal wedding. It's never been defined as a clear objective in specific terms. They put the horse before the cart so that it was never clear what people were voting for. There's no clear majority for anything in the house, other than to reject the terrible surrender monkey deal and to reject no Deal. I can't see how is ever going to happen. What is it that you want from brexit and why?
  11. broadsword

    Brexit

    Never have at any point have you engaged with the argument. As ever with the Brexit crew, there's no factual substantiation to their beliefs. It's all soundbites, right wing agitprop and plain, old-fashioned bullshit
  12. broadsword

    Brexit

    Question for you how are remain mp's making money out of thwarting brexit? My contention is that rees-mogg makes money out of brexit because the UK won't be subject to eu tax avoidance legislation. Also,eo employment legislation will no longer apply, and I believe people like Tim Martin will profit from that. The ordinary man in the street who got conned into voting for this circus won't though. Let's have it from your point of view then, "remain mp's are profiteering from thwarting brexit to the detriment of the country because..."
  13. broadsword

    Brexit

    Note your thinking of rees moggy and Co
  14. broadsword

    Brexit

    Can't think why! 😊
  15. broadsword

    Brexit

    Ain't that the truth. Guess that's why parliament is sovereign.
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