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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 8:22 am 
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Dong wrote:
Thing is, the PM may not now be outed by members of her party for a full 12 months but.…..any other party can pull a no confidence motion, if they can gain enough support.

I think Jeremy could manage it but...he's frit.

All last weekend, Labour MP’s evaded the question... they won’t win a no confidence vote in Parliament and it’ll make the party appear weak.

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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 12:05 pm 
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Well for now, this nonsense goes on :rolleyes:

All anyone can say is: nothing will happen before Jan 21 2019 [9n5.gif]

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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 2:02 pm 
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I used to like Moggy, in a sort of amused way. I thought he brought a touch of character, as well as sense, to parliament. How wrong I was, for he has shown such childish spite in all the current ongoings that I can never hear his mellow voice again without tutting!
What a chump he has made of himself!


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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
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The EU is charging us from March to visit. I'm not sure how this is going to work in Ireland. [shrug65465.gif]

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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
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Wouldnt want to go anyway place is full of foreigners

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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 12:59 pm 
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At least she has got one thing right; Theresa has said that there will be no 2nd referendum.

I think there will be enormous riots should one go ahead, it will be the greatest insult to democracy ever. We charge our MPs to speak for us in Parliament. There are a large number who are so self interested that they dare to go against the people.

Even I can see the idiocy of repeating what we did a couple of years ago, it is generally thought there would be little change in the result. SO! How much forward are we now? Fekin Morons. All they have done is to fuel the rage of the losers.

Referendum No. 3 anyone?


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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 7:41 pm 
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Sky have been out polling for a second referendum ...

Of the three Brexit outcomes Theresa May says are available, would you prefer a) her deal, b) no deal or c) no Brexit? Please reply a, b, or c.

Would you support or oppose a referendum choosing between the draft Brexit deal proposed by Theresa May, Brexit without a deal, or remaining in the EU? a) strongly support, b) tend to support, c) tend to oppose, d) strongly oppose, e) don't know. Please reply a, b, c, d, or e.

Do you think holding another referendum would or would not "break faith with the British people"? a) would, b) would not, c) don't know. Please reply a, b, or c.

I voted B, E, A...

.. anyone else...

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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 11:07 pm 
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Skys poll should be treated with the same contempt and scepticism as all the other misleading and false polls we've seen these last few years. Sky should stick to reporting the news not attempting to create it.

I agree with your answers though tiggy.


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 Post subject: Dither dither on getting out.
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""The European Commission will publish its no-deal contingency plans on Wednesday - an attempt to mitigate the damage if the UK crashes out of the EU. ""

At least the EU is ready for it, I gather we are still deciding.


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 Post subject: Re: So why are they all against the Brexit deal?
PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2018 8:38 pm 
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Something doing the rounds at the moment...

What MP's don't want us to know about is this. Article 24 of the WTO says that the UK will be able to trade with the EU on the same trade terms as they are now for up to 10 years. No more freedom of movement, no more ECJ and no more EU budget contributions.

We can do what we want, talk to who ever we want, do trade deals with who ever we want. This is something that JRM has been saying for months if not years. Email your MP demanding that you want a no deal and why.

The UK is a member of the WTO in its own right. If no agreement is reached by March 2019 then, by default, the UK will need to move to trading under the WTO either in March 2019 or on the expiry of the transition period. It should be relatively easy for the UK government to get agreement from WTO members to operate under WTO rules of which the EU is also one.

Under WTO rules, each member must grant the same ‘most favoured nation’ (MFN) market access, to all other WTO members. The UK could alleviate the impact on consumers by reducing or eliminating tariffs unilaterally – as long as this is done in a non-discriminatory way, this would be permitted under WTO rules.

Not sure how much truth there is in this though and what’d happen in Ireland..

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