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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby erolz66 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:57 pm

Paphitis wrote:
erolz66 wrote:
Paphitis wrote:The deal the EU will offer will be catastrophic to Britain.


You mean any variant of the deal that Jonhson (and Mogg) themselves voted FOR at the third time of asking ? Trying to grab yourself a slice of the 'project fear' pie are we ? Where has all the 'have some faith in the UK and your country' bluster suddenly gone ? We will be massively more out of the EU than we have been for the last 40 years and yet that will be catastrophic for the UK will it ? This is your best 'narrative' is it ? lol.


What project fear pie. That's not our game.


lol
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby miltiades » Sun Sep 08, 2019 3:05 pm

Why anyone would take a blind bit of notice
of this utterly stupid man I will never know.
I mean of course Paphitis, the millionaire, scientist, 5 star General whose mouth is no where else but his arse.
He knows more about the British than anyone on this forum, he actually says that the Clown's " legacy...
What fucking legacy you stupid man ?
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby cyprusgrump » Sun Sep 08, 2019 4:13 pm

miltiades wrote:Why anyone would take a blind bit of notice
of this utterly stupid man I will never know.
I mean of course Paphitis, the millionaire, scientist, 5 star General whose mouth is no where else but his arse.
He knows more about the British than anyone on this forum, he actually says that the Clown's " legacy...
What fucking legacy you stupid man ?



Agreed!

He clearly isn't a heavyweight political expert like you CoCo! :lol:

miltiades wrote:Now here is my prediction. Boris has a much chance of entering number 10 as I have. Jeremy Hunt will be the next PM
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Kikapu » Sun Sep 08, 2019 4:39 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
miltiades wrote:Why anyone would take a blind bit of notice
of this utterly stupid man I will never know.
I mean of course Paphitis, the millionaire, scientist, 5 star General whose mouth is no where else but his arse.
He knows more about the British than anyone on this forum, he actually says that the Clown's " legacy...
What fucking legacy you stupid man ?



Agreed!

He clearly isn't a heavyweight political expert like you CoCo! :lol:

miltiades wrote:Now here is my prediction. Boris has a much chance of entering number 10 as I have. Jeremy Hunt will be the next PM


I think BJ is cursing Milti for not getting it right also, as BJ now wishes it was JH who had became PM instead. :D
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 08, 2019 5:25 pm

i don't believe a word of it. manchild wanted to be king of the world when he was 5 years old. he just wants power, unfortunate for him that he took control after he destroyed the tory party. so long as he is not allowed to destroy the country too we will recover.
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:52 pm

https://metro.co.uk/2019/09/08/no-chanc ... -10705599/

No chance EU will grant another Brexit delay ‘as things stand’, France says


https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/11753 ... -extension

The French foreign minister confirmed today that European Union would not grant Britain an extension beyond October 31st in current circumstances. Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Sunday that as things stand, a delay beyond the October 31 deadline would not be granted
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby erolz66 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 9:00 pm

Indeed not should they imo 'in current circumstances'. However to grant an extension to allow an interim Labour led government to agree a new withdrawal deal (would take about a week I recon) that will then be put to the people vs revoke in a referendum and the result implemented after that, would not be 'as things currently stand'. I think in cirumstances such as these they would grant one last extension.
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Kikapu » Sun Sep 08, 2019 9:02 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:https://metro.co.uk/2019/09/08/no-chance-eu-will-grant-another-brexit-delay-as-things-stand-france-says-10705599/

No chance EU will grant another Brexit delay ‘as things stand’, France says


https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/11753 ... -extension

The French foreign minister confirmed today that European Union would not grant Britain an extension beyond October 31st in current circumstances. Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Sunday that as things stand, a delay beyond the October 31 deadline would not be granted

If there are no more extensions given by the EU and the UK by law cannot leave the EU with a no deal Brexit on October 31st, does that then not become a stalemate? Normally under such conditions, one would think that article 50 would become void, no?
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Sep 08, 2019 9:12 pm

erolz66 wrote:Indeed not should they imo 'in current circumstances'. However to grant an extension to allow an interim Labour led government to agree a new withdrawal deal (would take about a week I recon) that will then be put to the people vs revoke in a referendum and the result implemented after that, would not be 'as things currently stand'. I think in cirumstances such as these they would grant one last extension.


I was actually puzzled from that. Thanks for the quite a logical explanation.
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Re: Brexit: just a reminder

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 08, 2019 9:45 pm

rest assured that taking control was the first measure just to get us through the next few months and the reason was becasue of the decision of manchild to send a prorogation tothe queen without asking parlaiment becasue if he asked for a recess, he would have to have a majority in parliament. this is a chess game and stale mate is not allowed in this game becasue it means crash out of the eu. every effort will be made and every measure will be taken to take this before 31st of october. the cnage in the uk politics is that there has been a re-allignment in uk. all the remainers and soft brexsiteers have ligned up against the no dealer supporting brexshitters. one thing for sure there is now a remain majority no matter how small it is. this is simply the death of older people who supported brexit and the younger generation who were not able to vote in 2016 tend to be remainers.

this is the reason manchild wanted an election on 15th of october so the students who can vote would not be able to apply for a postal vote. in the first 72 hours of manchild asking for a vote, 200,000 people asked to join the register. and of course there is always a choice of giving somebody a proxy and i promise to not desciminate and vote according to your wishes. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

when it comes after prorogation it will open season and the remain/softbrexit will come to a decision to remove the governmentand not only extend but also hold an election asap. if anybody opposes the delay, we do have the option to put article 50 on ice for a while till proper analysis is done before re-starting article 50 or perhaps holding another referendum.

people forget that when manchild was told that businesses are saying brexit will be bad for them, he said fuck business.
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