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Should there be a second Brexit vote

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  2. No

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  3. Dont know

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  4. Its too late

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  5. Ell rulz

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  6. couldnt give a fook

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  7. Will WJ ever see whats hitting him smack in the face

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  1. milkyboy

    milkyboy Well-Known Member

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    The problem when the civil war comes is that The remainers will be mainly conscientious objectors, and the leavers are all waiting for god. It’s going to be a few angry students against dad’s army. And if it rains, like for farrage’s March, no-one will turn up. But if any of the guys on here are really up for the fight, a few words of advice... ‘don’t tell ‘Em your name pike’
     
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    We've saved your wrinkly old arse ya silly ****, I hope you're not as old as you sound so you can reap the rewards the intelligent population have bestowed on you
     
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    My name is Alf, not Jeremy, I promised them nothing<doh>
     
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    Not you, Alf, the other clown. (Well, I mean Corbyn, not referring to you as a clown, not really, just bad grammar. Sort of.)
     
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    And exactly who caused the aforementioned "**** fest"? Was it those that couldn't accept the vote, perhaps?
     
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    he means he thinks the aftermath of brexit itself will be a **** fest... he’s not referring to the ongoing **** fest about brexit.

    As to whether he’s right? Well time will tell... if there is a significant economic downturn those most effected will most likely be those who voted for it - and they’ll blame it on the EU for not giving us a nice deal.

    If everything comes up roses they’ll quite rightly be able to gloat about project fear.
     
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    Which ever way you look at it the remoaners are causing all the trouble. If they had accepted the vote then we would have been out by now with I believe a reasonable deal. Now were that busy fighting amongst ourselves why should the EU give us a good deal they know we are on the run thanks to the remoaners.
     
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    We will attack before midday while the remainders are still in bed. <laugh>
     
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    They could never give us as good a deal as someone in the EU could have though could they? The idea we could negotiate a brilliant deal was ludicrous.

    Not just the remainers though who stoppped us getting a deal. The deal we did negotiate was scuttled by hard line brexiteers voting against the government.

    Although we’re constantly reminded that the option was to leave, and there were no caveats about ‘with a deal or without a deal’. Internal bickering over soft and hard brexit by the tories is what actually scuppered may’s deal eventually. Johnson voted for may’s deal in the end, Raab did, even Rees-mogg voted for it. But enough hardline brexit errs didn’t.
     
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    <laugh><laugh>

    If you get off your bed pans and into your zimmers in the middle of the night you will definitely have the element of surprise. If your gout’s not playing up
     
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    She's wrong.

    She's saying Parliamentary law over rules EU law, that's not the case.

    While we are still a member state of the EU, we, and Parliament must abide by, and adhere to EU law. Parliament doesn't have the power to overrule EU law.

    The Supreme Court has already heard Gina Millers case and dismissed her challenge. An earlier Scottish Court also dismissed the challenge, so did a NI Court.

    Article 50 can only be revoked, it cannot be amended by Parliament.

    Parliament cannot overturn the referendum result, the democratic vote was taken, and we voted to leave, lock stock and barrel.

    UK can leave the EU on 31st October with a decent deal, or with a no deal if a deal cannot be agreed too. Should the EU and PM agree the UK can leave without a deal, then that is classed as an agreed deal.

    While Parliament traitors have voted against a no deal Brexit, and to seek an extension, no deal Brexit is still on table because it is laid down in EU law, Article 50, and agreed to, and signed off by all 28 EU member states.

    EU can kick the UK out of the EU if Boris doesn't elect and put forward a commissioner to the EU.

    If a deal is not agreed too, we will be leaving the EU with a no deal Brexit, even the EU corrupt have acknowledged that.

    If one EU country votes against an extension, then we leave on 31st October with a no deal.



    Jo Swinson vows to try and stop Brexit if LibDems are voted in with a majority.

    She got shot down in flames by Piers and Susanna on GMB.

    Basically, it means the corrupt remainers don't know how to stop Brexit other than become traitors against the people and the country.

     
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    Butt out Ozzie boy. We had that twat Abbott pontificating here today on brexit. Turns out he thinks Brexitt will be fine for the UK because ..... erm .... Australia can sell us lots of stuff. Can’t see a flaw in that line of thinking.
     
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    It’s the Express you clown. They have been publishing articles about this, and the imminent financial collapse of Germany, since 2016. Strangely, none of it ever seems to happen.

    The best you can hope for is Boris panics and fudges a deal based on Theresa May’s deal with a few cosmetic twists, and cons parliament to vote for it.
     
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    :emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0140-rofl:....I got my P[lane shot down in flames gif at the ready.....:emoticon-0136-giggl
     
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    Have a browse through this lot 2020.

    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=german recession 2019
     
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    Sure I said good deal not brilliant deal. The backstop was a bad deal period, but with good will on both sides could have produced a reasonable deal. Now all the EU have got to do is dig their heals in which they are doing.
    Why would they as they see us a a very undemocratic country which suits their long term aims.
     
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