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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
PostPosted: Sat Feb 02, 2019 1:28 am 
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Farage is OK! It's just the touch of Arthur Daley that makes people wary of him.


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 Post subject: Step by step?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 2:51 pm 
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""THERESA May has secured a Brexit victory in Brussels, pressuring EU chiefs into reopening talks on the future relationship with the aim of ensuring the Irish backstop never comes into force.""


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 Post subject: Re: Step by step?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 4:09 pm 
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Boris’ll not be happy..

He’s already planned a Number 10 party for the beginning of April...

First, I believe..

Still, JRM has cordially (he doesn’t do it any other way) accepted the tussled monkey’s invite and bought M&S “these aren’t just” cocktail sausages..

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 Post subject: Re: Step by step?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 8:08 pm 
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Dong wrote:
""THERESA May has secured a Brexit victory in Brussels, pressuring EU chiefs into reopening talks on the future relationship with the aim of ensuring the Irish backstop never comes into force.""


Did the EU ever say they werent willing to talk? They've been offering to talk for weeks. The reality behind your "Brexit Victory for May" banner headline is that nothing yet has changed.


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 Post subject: Re: Step by step?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 8:11 pm 
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tiggy wrote:
Boris’ll not be happy..

He’s already planned a Number 10 party for the beginning of April...

First, I believe..

Still, JRM has cordially (he doesn’t do it any other way) accepted the tussled monkey’s invite and bought M&S “these aren’t just” cocktail sausages..

Quite how JC has managed to worm his way in on the act is beyond me. He"ll not doubt be singing from the rooftops in a few weeks time about he he helped resolve the Brexit issue when in reality he's sat on his arse and done sod all the last two years.


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 Post subject: Re: Step by step?
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fastcars wrote:
tiggy wrote:
Boris’ll not be happy..

He’s already planned a Number 10 party for the beginning of April...

First, I believe..

Still, JRM has cordially (he doesn’t do it any other way) accepted the tussled monkey’s invite and bought M&S “these aren’t just” cocktail sausages..

Quite how JC has managed to worm his way in on the act is beyond me. He"ll not doubt be singing from the rooftops in a few weeks time about he he helped resolve the Brexit issue when in reality he's sat on his arse and done sod all the last two years.

Corbyn kept his head under the parapet, whilst all the flak was flying... it’s now two minutes to midnight and he’s only just woken up.. everyone knows what he’s done (or not done) and despite his party still calling for another general election, he’s not going to get one..

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 Post subject: Might this work?
PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 2:19 pm 
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OK! It's just my idea. Backstop is the issue. I think I can solve the problem in that no one wants a backstop. So don't!

Instead let the transport carry the goods to it's intended depot, or store, uninspected: and then do the paper work there.

It's a system that works very well with bonded goods, and it might need some adjustments but...seems to jump all the fences?

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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2019 1:54 am 
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HuH! You lot are just like the government......won't listen when someone tells them what to do.

This is the answer, I am sure...why has no one thought of it before? [confused1.gif]
Do you think I should email Theresa with the good news?


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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2019 9:31 pm 
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After tonights votes I cant see Brexit now happening. Your MPs have sold you down the river.

The only hope now is Theresa May sticks to the letter of the law and leaves without a deal regardless or the EU sticks their heels in and refuses an extension to article 50.


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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
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They need to pass a new amendment changing the leave date. There isn't time time for it. They have 10 days left. This will take at least a week to negotiate, another few days to vote on.

Nothing really changed since yesterday. It's just been a bit of tv coverage.

Right now there playing for more time and EU won't give it to them.

May's bill will come back in 8 working days for the 3rd time. (March 25/26). It's hard to say if this will pass. After yesterday's vote there seems to be more support for it.

A hard Brexit will still happen unless May's bill is passed.

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