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Discussion in 'Current Affairs' started by johnnyT, Nov 16, 2018.
Some were quite close but no cigar....
Couldn’t organise a pissup in a brewery
They don't want a deal.
They don't want to leave.
Just delaying the inevitable.
Political hokey cokey.
THEY REJECT EVERYTHING!!!!......AGAIN!!!
No Deal here we come!
They really are a bunch of useless twats aren’t they.
Yes, and we've just had another one offed!
2 of the useless ****ing wets in the party gone, about a hundred more to go.
What do you do for a living? I’m just curious why you actively want a no deal.
There are so many reasons I want no deal where do you want me to begin?
The guy saying “oh Nick, don’t go! Come on!” Sounds exactly like when you’re leathered on a night out and your mates having a tantrum and threatening to go home.
“Oh Nick, come on mate. She’s no good for you anyway. Don’t go. Let’s have another pint, grab a kebab and then we’ll get a cab home together mate.”
I wanna be a fly on the wall at some of the meetings these clowns must be having right now, bet there's some right colourful language going on.
I'm expecting the conniving scumbag Bercow to declare that under a long forgotten edict from circa 1482 the CU motion was 'near enough' since it only failed by 3 votes.
Mays deal got more votes than all them and they want another go on Wednesday.
No Deal should be policy now ffs.
Actually, please don’t. Poles apart. (No pun intended)
They voted no for that as well.
Long extension and GE
Boles going means there's one less vote for the snake in the parliamentary round when May inevitably quits which is happy days
I see TIG didn't vote for either Custom Union or the Common Market, ironic the sensible centre ground party isn't budging on anything.
In an ideal world (well an ideal world IMO) it would be put to a second referendum.
Remain has to get over 50% of the votes to win otherwise the leave deal with the most votes becomes our policy going forward.
Obviously won’t happen, and to be honest I don’t want it to. I just want all the talk of Brexit to stop. Never has a news story dragged on for so long and bored so many.
The only democratic route now is a general election, but no doubt they'll all lie as they did in 2017 about 'carrying out the will of the people' until they've safely got their snouts back in the Westminster trough.
Whatever happens, I would not be surprised to see the next GE to have a record low turnout. Feel like Brexit has completely disengaged most people from any sort of politics.
What actually is it, specifically and factually, that leavers want and think will benefit this country with a no deal? I'm not talking about fantasy possibles or vague concepts like sovereignty without any qualification about how that benefits us in practical terms. I'm talking actual specific, achievable things and examples of how it'll benefit the country or their lives.