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# 1 : Wednesday 24-7-2019 @ 19:32
 
 
Do you think, his Government will last until Oct 31 2019 and will there be a GE before then.
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# 2 : Wednesday 24-7-2019 @ 20:03
 
 
No, sadly this is the guy England saw fit to oversee the final brexit negotiations, if the power existed to collapse the Government surely someone would have done it already? I doubt there was many even knew what prorogue meant last week, I didn't..

For ages i couldn't figure out why Putin would want Trump elected, now i see why. Trump rips America to sunder, alienates all it's allies, encourages the breakup of Europe & aids Brexit, backing his good mate Boris all the way. Meanwhile Russia & China form a major millitary & economic alliance, turkey are probably on board as well. The lines in the sand are being drawn.. I worry for the World.. MERCOSUR probably contains a hell of a lot more than just how many cows we trade..
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# 3 : Wednesday 24-7-2019 @ 21:46
 
 
Labour, will put a vote of no confidence in shortly and some remainers will vote it through.
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# 4 : Wednesday 24-7-2019 @ 23:57
 
 
England continues to devolve
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# 5 : Thursday 25-7-2019 @ 19:13
 
 
Will the EU blink, or will Boris and the game of chicken begins.
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# 6 : Thursday 25-7-2019 @ 21:04
 
 
EU remain strangley quiet. I was expecting some strong statements to the effect that the negotiations were over, not so sure now..
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# 7 : Thursday 25-7-2019 @ 23:02
 
 
Oliver, most of the officials are probably on holidays. Michel Barnier has said the Withdrawal Agreement is not up for renegotiation. And even as I'm writing this I'm hearing on the radio that Jean-Claude Juncker repeated that in a phone call to Boris today.
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# 8 : Thursday 25-7-2019 @ 23:18
 
 
Someone said :
EU remain strangley quiet. I was expecting some strong statements to the effect that the negotiations were over, not so sure now..

Nah, they've said "non" (or maybe it's "nein")

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-49118107
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/boris-johnson-brex etc ...
https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/articles/news/meps-warn-bori etc ...

Barnier: unacceptable
Juncker: withdrawal agreement best available
Varadkar: no backstop, no withdrawal agreement
Verhofstadt: backstop not up for negotiation
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# 9 : Thursday 25-7-2019 @ 23:28
 
 
Love how Boris describes the Backstop as "anti-democratic", yet the suspension of Parliament to prevent revolt while you pass a law (proroguing) is not..
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# 10 : Friday 26-7-2019 @ 14:32
 
 
They asked for the backstop, stupid idiots.
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# 11 : Friday 26-7-2019 @ 19:00
 
 
Someone said :
Love how Boris describes the Backstop as "anti-democratic", yet the suspension of Parliament to prevent revolt while you pass a law (proroguing) is not..

If that's true, then not allowing a people's vote on the deal, and not calling an election is also.
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# 12 : Saturday 27-7-2019 @ 01:03
 
 
Saw this on another web forum and just had to share!

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# 13 : Sunday 28-7-2019 @ 20:03
 
 
You've got to laugh at the DUP calling anyone 'Hysterical' or 'Self Centered'..

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# 14 : Sunday 28-7-2019 @ 21:03
 
 
If the UK agrees to give back NI, too its rightful owners and pays compensation for the damage they've done. Then, they should take back their citizens and only the ones that don't want to leave the UK.
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# 15 : Sunday 28-7-2019 @ 21:20
 
 
I say old boy, that's a jolly mean attitude from you. Should we not take some high tea on the lawn & discuss what a spiffing opportunity brexit is for the lot of us..

Signed..

Jacob Rees Mogg ESQ..
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