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# 1426 : Tuesday 5-2-2019 @ 11:45
 
 
I thought there was an article where the EU could chuck countries out but it’s just to remove privileges.
It’s a pity because we could could chuck out the uk.
It would be brilliant just fuck off give us the money you owe us and don’t call us we’ll call you and the north could become a special zone like kalingrad .
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# 1427 : Tuesday 5-2-2019 @ 17:50
 
 
May just suggested joint sovereignty and the already existing structures under good Friday - is she offering total regulatory alignment ?
the issue of course is she dangles a lot of things but they are all concepts they can wiggle out of, what scares the bejeezus out of them are legal treaties.

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# 1428 : Thursday 7-2-2019 @ 11:23
 
 
How do you know the British government are getting ready to dump ni ?
They are proposing Newry to bury their nuclear waste
That will be a referendum winner !
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# 1429 : Thursday 7-2-2019 @ 16:27
 
 
Will they cancel Article 50 now, or dump NI fast?
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# 1430 : Thursday 7-2-2019 @ 16:59
 
 
Someone said :
Will they cancel Article 50 now, or dump NI fast?

There is no time to organise any referendum
The most likely outcome is that the torys + Labour will pass the deal .
As the torys are ahead in the polls may will call another election.
The Tory brexiters and UKIP will want to dump ni to get their brexit.
May will promise a referendum like the other teat to keep the party together - it's always the party.
Alternative arrangements= unification .
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# 1431 : Saturday 9-2-2019 @ 21:22
 
 
Someone said :
Will they cancel Article 50 now, or dump NI fast?

Time will be made for a referendum if such is the will of the British people.

Europe has always extended deadlines and made time when time was needed.

The only question is: will the UK get MP's during the extension?
- If they do not, how to make sure the parliament is legally constituted, while the UK remains an MP-less member;
- If they do, how will it affect the extra MP's other countries like Ireland are suppose to get:
* Will they be elected and put on ice, maybe for the hole term if the UK pulls out of pulling out eventually ?
* Will they only go to ballot if and when the UK leaves? [Most likely scenario)

Good luck to the UK candidates if they join the ballot!
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# 1432 : Sunday 10-2-2019 @ 00:16
 
 
Someone said :

Time will be made for a referendum if such is the will of the British people.

Europe has always extended deadlines and made time when time was needed.

The only question is: will the UK get MP's during the extension?
- If they do not, how to make sure the parliament is legally constituted, while the UK remains an MP-less member;
- If they do, how will it affect the extra MP's other countries like Ireland are suppose to get:
* Will they be elected and put on ice, maybe for the hole term if the UK pulls out of pulling out eventually ?
* Will they only go to ballot if and when the UK leaves? [Most likely scenario)

Good luck to the UK candidates if they join the ballot!

If such is the will of the parliament you mean?
How are the people going to ask for a referendum ? A phone in

The UK will leave on 29th - an extension can be given for a new referendum or an election but 4th is criteria are unlikely to be met, if the 27 offer an extension it might just be to when ep elections take place -
If an extension is offered it doesn't have to include any right to have temporary meps, why would the UK want them? They are leaving.

It's extremely unlikely a conservative prime minister will not " deliver a brexit " on time, the leave electorate won't forgive a delay even if they are parked in Norway, they'll blame everybody else but if they delay they'll be blamed so it won't happen.
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# 1433 : Sunday 10-2-2019 @ 10:32
 
 
UK- We're leaving, we want it on our terms and you are to blame if we don't get our way.
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# 1434 : Sunday 10-2-2019 @ 12:08
 
 
The latest " great plan" is may will offer another referendum for getting her withdrawal deal passed so it seems that would get passed.
So they will leave 29th .
Backstop backstop backstop
But they'll have another in /out referendum and oh yeah do youze like this deal

But it will be a do you want to join the EU because they'll have left .
They will lose all of their preferential terms including the rebate on 29th so they'll have to pay full prices for membership after that.
There will be a lot of whining.
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# 1435 : Tuesday 12-2-2019 @ 20:21
 
 
British " we are having ongoing negotiations with the EU "
The EU " ahem who exactly is it you are negotiating with " ?
British ...s ilence
Makeuppy brexit brexshit #britishdontrealiseotherpeoplecanhearwhattheyarebullshittingabout
#britishnegotiatingwiththemselves
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# 1436 : Friday 15-2-2019 @ 10:31
 
 
It’s like 50 sleeps to bwexit and then they’ll be in the other queue ( the way things look) going to Europe and having to wait for hours as we coast by them.
I can imagine a lot of sullen faces and red top headlines like Kate and wills held for hours by the French the horror as they go on their cote d’azur Hols - poor Kate won’t even be able to get her tits out for the annual paparazzi snaps.
But
They’ve carried over 7 of the existing 42 EU trade deals one of them with the Faroe Islands yay they think they are very successful to have carried ove4 the Swiss one - but this mus5 be continuously renegotiated as the Swiss deal with the Eu is a series of bilaterals and if one fails they all fail which the Swiss have realised to thrir cost.
As the uk sails off to become the low cost low wage low standards orgasmic dream of the right of the Tory party ( oops muggy moggy moved his company to Dublin to the EU ? Why ? Doesn’t he believe in bwexit?) we have to wave just as we’ll wave at them as we pass them at the border controls, you learn from your mistakes.
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# 1437 : Saturday 16-2-2019 @ 23:24
 
 
First flights cancelled because of brexit - blue air / Romanian has cancelled it's 5th freedom flights from UK .
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# 1438 : Sunday 17-2-2019 @ 13:11
 
 
Flybmi out of business blames brexit uncertainty

Airlines are asking for brexit certainty so probably lots more airlines will cancel routes and close up all together
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# 1439 : Monday 18-2-2019 @ 12:11
 
 
7 mps leave Labour party - main reason brexit policies ( anti semitism is in the mix)

It's a relatively small splinter but watch this space for the much bigger schism that could happen in the Tory party as their centre right have threatened to leave and their hard right have much greater numbers ( the conservative party have an islamophobic issue which they have failed to address).
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# 1440 : Monday 18-2-2019 @ 12:26
 
 
If the torys are going to split into three and there may be 2 brexit parties is the next UK election going to be chaos.
Probably they are going to have to introduce proportional representation and get used to the coalitions that the conservatives have introduced.
The most interesting question lies in the introduction of far right politics into UKIP and how far right the erg of the conservative party is prepared to go.
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