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# 1576 : Wednesday 8-5-2019 @ 18:55
 
 
Kind of like the Nice treaty or the re-election of Instanbul.. Democracy by proxy.. or keep going till you get the result you want..
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# 1577 : Wednesday 8-5-2019 @ 18:56
 
 
The EU needs reforms, why they can't say we'll do them after you withdraw Article 50 and we'll do it.
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# 1578 : Thursday 9-5-2019 @ 16:53
 
 
Someone said :
Kind of like the Nice treaty or the re-election of Instanbul.. Democracy by proxy.. or keep going till you get the result you want..

The nice treaty had a protocol added ( at least now with brexit people understand what a protocol is) and it has legal weight .
So this argument is tired and isn’t even used by brexshitters anymore.
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# 1579 : Thursday 9-5-2019 @ 17:05
 
 
Someone said :
The EU needs reforms, why they can't say we'll do them after you withdraw Article 50 and we'll do it.

The uk needs reforming and can’t point fingers elbows or anything else at anybody, it needs to get its own house in order.
Don’t forget the Tory gov of may made a huge power grab with brexit gong after Henry 8th powers and they had to be taken to court by a private citizen !
They still don’t have an electoral commission.
They still don’t have a clue how to have @ referendum and what to do with the result.
They still allow private individuals and corporations even russians to fund political parties and nobody knows how that affects policies.
They still haven’t dealt with Grenfell !
They still don’t know what they are doing about their EU membership, they haven’t a clue 3 years after having a referendum to leave !

They are unable to form a national government, they are unable to move in any direction, they don’t represent two countries in their union in talks with the EU .
They can’t agree with the countries of the Uk how to devolve powers that will come back if they do leave the EU, all of the countries and one region of the Uk not england now want to remain in the EU.
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# 1580 : Thursday 9-5-2019 @ 17:15
 
 
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I could have written the Brexit script...
More time was given.
MEP's or no MEP has been a central question and the last pressure point for May.
Turning back to the people to ask "Deal rejected by MP's, or no deal, or withdrawing Article 50 and forgetting about the whole silly thing".

Bless the UK and the potential for referendums that are not limited to a Tá/Níl answer! It should be fun to watch.

May is fighting to remain as leader on one hand and on the other trying to see if they can do a deal with labour but they’ll lose Tory votes so a deal looks unlikely.
May seems to be using the threat of Tory failure in the EU elections and threatening a general election to get them to vote her deal.

The EU is dealing with the Uk nervous breakdown with logic, yes the uk will get it’s meps but they’ll leave as soon as the uk leaves, meanwhile each country that has gotten extra MEPs will elect them and they will wait patiently to take their seats .

Unfortunately the British parliament has no solution as the tories will not go for an election .
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# 1581 : Thursday 9-5-2019 @ 18:51
 
 
Where would we be,without your expertise and knowledge Spidey?
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# 1582 : Thursday 9-5-2019 @ 22:32
 
 
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Where would we be,without your expertise and knowledge Spidey?

I find it kinda strange that you watch a country have a total nervous breakdown and Your reaction to that is oh the EU needs to change.its the uk that has fed its population lies for the last 45 years about the EU and it’s the uk that needs to reform.
All Cameron’s crap about in work benefits was lies to try and win votesthese from stupid english voters and it was always in his power to change them.
The problem now is Cameron’s lies conservative lies have come back to bite the Conservative party in the arse and the big problem is stupid people who were happily blaming the EU and EU nationals realising they’ve been lied to, what minority will they turn their blame to ?
This vacuum this huge empty space in English politics is nob being filled by who is most appealing to the stupid who were happy to blame the “ other “ for all their problems.
Why are you still wheeling out old tropes?
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# 1583 : Sunday 12-5-2019 @ 14:53
 
 
Why doesnt anybody challenge farage on his " free trade deal " with EU, there wont be any deal until they sign up to the backstop, watch him talk his way around the EU red lines .
He took a EU salary, he should understand the basics of how it works.
Hes just a tool to deliver the NHS to privatisation and US insurance companies, the auld farts who vote for him, they will be first to get their healthcare cut off.
He like the rest of the tory brexshitters will move to a nice EU country like Fwance for its healthcare and leave the twits in england to the shit they persuaded them to vote for, laughing all the way.
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# 1584 : Sunday 12-5-2019 @ 22:33
 
 
Someone said :
Kind of like the Nice treaty or the re-election of Instanbul.. Democracy by proxy.. or keep going till you get the result you want..

I am not quite sure why we are all-out about Brexit.
It will after all be the 4th one to withdraw.
Granted, the previous 3 were only territories of EU member States. But still.

The context is very different, but we arer reminded that when Lithuania broke away from the USSR overnight, it lead to something familiar: "President Gorbachev told Mr Brazauskas that Lithuania owed the Soviet Union 21 billion roubles ( £21 billion ), and that future trade would have to be conducted at world prices in hard currency."
The exit check for the Uk is the same order of magnitude, after all... and the hard Brexit scenario is all about the WTO rules...
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# 1585 : Monday 13-5-2019 @ 00:22
 
 
Someone said :

I am not quite sure why we are all-out about Brexit.
It will after all be the 4th one to withdraw.
Granted, the previous 3 were only territories of EU member States. But still.

The context is very different, but we arer reminded that when Lithuania broke away from the USSR overnight, it lead to something familiar: "President Gorbachev told Mr Brazauskas that Lithuania owed the Soviet Union 21 billion roubles ( £21 billion ), and that future trade would have to be conducted at world prices in hard currency."
The exit check for the Uk is the same order of magnitude, after all... and the hard Brexit scenario is all about the WTO rules...

except they all didn't have nervous breakdowns they all left in an orderly fashion and then what happened to them mr doesn't tell the whole story but gives some obscure info ...while the UK doesn't know how to leave anything or when ! The uk is breaking up doesn't know how to keep its own union together and its two main parties are also breaking apart.
the hard Brexit scenario is not all about two rules, the hard Brexit scenario is a fantasy that has been sold to stupid English people who equate the end of austerity with Brexit and everything that is wrong with the EU . They are in a bubble .
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# 1586 : Friday 17-5-2019 @ 18:48
 
 
Ooh the torirs look likely to swap teresa for boris in the hopes of facing off nigel in the voming general election, boris and nigel want the same thing.
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# 1587 : Friday 17-5-2019 @ 20:30
 
 
She will put it too a vote again, it'll fail and she'll cancel Article 50 then resign.
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# 1588 : Saturday 18-5-2019 @ 08:09
 
 
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She will put it too a vote again, it'll fail and she'll cancel Article 50 then resign.

They have to vote to cancel article 50, there’s no majority for it .

No the tories are navel gazing once again and are going to take three months to elect a new leader, not for bwexit because nothing will pass in parliament but for an election, Bowis and Nigel have already done a deal for a no deal bwexit except ....
There’s no such thing as a no deal bwexit .
They must immediately agree on 1,2,3 Irish border, EU citizens, their debts to EU before any trade.
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# 1589 : Saturday 18-5-2019 @ 10:17
 
 
Do you think it'd pass in the house, If it were put for a vote?
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# 1590 : Saturday 18-5-2019 @ 10:51
 
 
Someone said :
Do you think it'd pass in the house, If it were put for a vote?

A general election oh yeah
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