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brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Sat Aug 03, 2019 9:51 pm

we have 89 days left before we crash out. we have a pm who thinks crashing out is a million to one chance but has decided to spend 6 billion on preparing for it. all very well but how will he do it. will he wait till 31st of october and then thats it?

considering he has only one majority and if one of his mps decide to trip him up or falls sick and is hospitalised, how will he survive a no confidence vote?

finally brexit will be killed once and for all.
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Londonrake » Sat Aug 03, 2019 10:09 pm

Lordo wrote:we have 89 days left before we crash out. we have a pm who thinks crashing out is a million to one chance but has decided to spend 6 billion on preparing for it. all very well but how will he do it. will he wait till 31st of october and then thats it?

considering he has only one majority and if one of his mps decide to trip him up or falls sick and is hospitalised, how will he survive a no confidence vote?

finally brexit will be killed once and for all.


“Crash out” - typical Project Fear Remainer term.

Perhaps he thinks that when it comes down to the wire, the EU won’t actually want no deal. Why would they? :?

Maybe Johnson actually wants a vote of confidence?

Another one who doesn’t seem to understand. Do you really think 17+ million stubborn as a mule Brits are going to accept Brexit being killed - once and for all? There’s no going back sunshine. :wink:
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Sat Aug 03, 2019 10:56 pm

Londonrake wrote:
Lordo wrote:we have 89 days left before we crash out. we have a pm who thinks crashing out is a million to one chance but has decided to spend 6 billion on preparing for it. all very well but how will he do it. will he wait till 31st of october and then thats it?

considering he has only one majority and if one of his mps decide to trip him up or falls sick and is hospitalised, how will he survive a no confidence vote?

finally brexit will be killed once and for all.


“Crash out” - typical Project Fear Remainer term.

Perhaps he thinks that when it comes down to the wire, the EU won’t actually want no deal. Why would they? :?

Maybe Johnson actually wants a vote of confidence?

Another one who doesn’t seem to understand. Do you really think 17+ million stubborn as a mule Brits are going to accept Brexit being killed - once and for all? There’s no going back sunshine. :wink:

i got news for you, there is no 17 million people wanting tory party brexit of any kind. not even all 13 million who voted for tories wants the same brexit deal.
as to no-confidence vote is inevitable. there will not be enough time to agree anything even if eu does open the divorce bil. now considering tories had a by-election with 8300 majority in an area that voted for brexit, the fact that they lost it by 1300 votes puts about 100 tory mps with less than 9000 majority on notice. however only one tory mp is required for the no confidence vote and hammond already said he will stop no-deal brexit. in the end he may not even be needed. it will happen naturally. i look forwrd ro another election with corby wiping thefloor with bojo flannel like he did with may.

he will be shown for what a liar and unprincipled he is. i mean to tell his mate the address of a reporter so he can be beating up and hospitalised is some shit ainit.

enjoy a little struggle son special for erdogan but it works for bojo too.

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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Sat Aug 03, 2019 11:02 pm

this is our new pm

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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Sat Aug 03, 2019 11:06 pm

here he is admitting he has had drugs

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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Sat Aug 03, 2019 11:13 pm

dominic raab claims he mentioned no-deal brexit many times before the vote. anybody got any evidence of a single mention?
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Paphitis » Sun Aug 04, 2019 12:15 am

Lordo wrote:we have 89 days left before we crash out. we have a pm who thinks crashing out is a million to one chance but has decided to spend 6 billion on preparing for it. all very well but how will he do it. will he wait till 31st of october and then thats it?

considering he has only one majority and if one of his mps decide to trip him up or falls sick and is hospitalised, how will he survive a no confidence vote?

finally brexit will be killed once and for all.


Exciting isn’t it?

Boris has BREXIT as a priority because there is a people’s mandate.

Once he does that, he would have proven many things. He would have proven that he is a leader and he would have also proven that he believes in his country and the people really do need that in a leader.

It’s there for the taking. The alternative is the complete destruction of the Tories and a fate similar to Theresa May.
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby B25 » Sun Aug 04, 2019 2:16 am

Taken from another site:

I have realised that the Remainers have been right all along when they say I did not know all the true facts before voting to leave, and it's true! We WERE lied to apparently - as I decided to do a little research.

I just voted to leave because I thought our sovereignty was being compromised by foreign unelected masters. That we were compelled to have unlimited uncontrolled immigration, our laws and export agreements dictated by Brussels bureaucrats - and had to pay eye-watering amounts for the privilege

However...

I did not know more than 10,000 EU officials get paid more than our Prime Minister.

I did not know that, unlike the UK, 18 countries get more back from the EU than they put in.

I did not know that the EU occupies over 45 buildings - 2 of which were purpose built monuments of grandeur and are the largest buildings in Europe.

I did not know that the EU Parliament spends 150 million euros a year moving to Strasbourg every month for 4 days committee meetings - and any attempt to stop this madness is vetoed by France.

I did not know that the EU has had a huge luxury shopping Mall built in Brussels for exclusive use of EU employees.

I did not know that every day queues of chauffeur driven cars, with their engines running, wait outside EU establishments while their occupants go in, sign in for their attendance allowance and expenses, then come straight back out and are driven away.

I did not know that many of them (like the Kinnocks) end up as millionaires as a reward for looking the other way!

I did not know that Clegg was lying when he mocked Nigel Farage for saying that an EU army was being planned - and Brussels said all along that it would NEVER happen.

I did not know that the EU had been financing the mass movement of industries from UK to mainland Europe.

I did not know that every member of the EU Council has to swear an Oath of Allegiance to the EU - so they are not a country's representative to the EU. They are the EU's representaive to the country!

I could go on and on but suffice it to say that I have never for a moment doubted the correctness of my decision but I am now more sure than ever.

I am so glad that the Remainers prompted me to look deeper into the bureaucratic absurdity of being in the EU.

Apart from all that, everything's fine!
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Robin Hood » Sun Aug 04, 2019 6:17 am

B25 wrote:Taken from another site:

I have realised that the Remainers have been right all along when they say I did not know all the true facts before voting to leave, and it's true! We WERE lied to apparently - as I decided to do a little research.

I just voted to leave because I thought our sovereignty was being compromised by foreign unelected masters. That we were compelled to have unlimited uncontrolled immigration, our laws and export agreements dictated by Brussels bureaucrats - and had to pay eye-watering amounts for the privilege

However...

I did not know more than 10,000 EU officials get paid more than our Prime Minister.

I did not know that, unlike the UK, 18 countries get more back from the EU than they put in.

I did not know that the EU occupies over 45 buildings - 2 of which were purpose built monuments of grandeur and are the largest buildings in Europe.

I did not know that the EU Parliament spends 150 million euros a year moving to Strasbourg every month for 4 days committee meetings - and any attempt to stop this madness is vetoed by France.

I did not know that the EU has had a huge luxury shopping Mall built in Brussels for exclusive use of EU employees.

I did not know that every day queues of chauffeur driven cars, with their engines running, wait outside EU establishments while their occupants go in, sign in for their attendance allowance and expenses, then come straight back out and are driven away.

I did not know that many of them (like the Kinnocks) end up as millionaires as a reward for looking the other way!

I did not know that Clegg was lying when he mocked Nigel Farage for saying that an EU army was being planned - and Brussels said all along that it would NEVER happen.

I did not know that the EU had been financing the mass movement of industries from UK to mainland Europe.

I did not know that every member of the EU Council has to swear an Oath of Allegiance to the EU - so they are not a country's representative to the EU. They are the EU's representaive to the country!

I could go on and on but suffice it to say that I have never for a moment doubted the correctness of my decision but I am now more sure than ever.

I am so glad that the Remainers prompted me to look deeper into the bureaucratic absurdity of being in the EU.

Apart from all that, everything's fine!


EXACTLY :roll: ....... and there is more, lots more when you look into it.

So it was not the Little Englanders and geriatrics alone that were not aware of the what they were voting for so we are expected to believe. There were obvious weaknesses within the EU 'plan' and the determination of a few unelected mandarins to create a Federal State of Europe that they could be the lords of. :x

The UK is better off out of it!
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby erolz66 » Sun Aug 04, 2019 7:41 am

Lordo wrote:dominic raab claims he mentioned no-deal brexit many times before the vote. anybody got any evidence of a single mention?


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-49165836

I would also note for those who are outraged at MP's not voting for or promoting things that are the majority wish of those people who voted them in to power, but just do what they want, the constituency of Esher and Walton, that Raab represents, 58.4% of them voted to remain in the 2016 referendum, So nice job of 'doing you job'. I have yet to be able to find anyone who complains of MP's 'perverting the will of the people' who will also accept and condemn Raab for doing so. Funny that. So we have an MP here , now minister, who is a blatantly lying to try and get what he wants and that he knows is not what the majority of those who voted him in to power want. Yeah I think if and when the next GE comes there is going to be much electoral 'blowback' but the idea that it is all going to be against MP's who voted to remain is somewhat misplaced.
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