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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    There could be more resignations on both sides of the house in the coming days to show the displeasure of such an outcome.
    And betty thinks all MPs should toe the party line while the country jumps 'lemming-like' off a cliff.


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    Brexit: Theresa May warned dozens of Tories could rebel over no-deal
    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-47326675

    Dozens of normally loyal Conservative MPs could rebel against the government in a bid to prevent a "no-deal" Brexit, Downing Street has been warned.

    Leaders of a group of MPs comprising Leavers and Remainers say they may back alternatives if Mrs May's reworked deal cannot command a Commons majority.

    Co-chairman Andrew Percy told the BBC more than 30 may try to block no deal.

    The government says "productive" talks in Brussels aimed at addressing MPs' concerns continue "urgently".

    The UK remains on course to leave the European Union on 29 March.

    But the government has repeatedly refused to rule out the possibility of the UK leaving without a formal deal, in the event that Mrs May cannot get MPs to approve the deal she negotiated with Brussels in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Parliament has the numbers to vote for an extension to A50 but the EU has to agree to it. Sadly there won't be a clean Brexit although I still cling to hope.
    indeed, sad day when the British Empire can no longer dictate the terms of surrender when it is defeated,

    how can the EU dare not to agree to those terms,

    vive le hard brexit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    ok apparently there is a secret deal between Maybot and Junker, they want to make an announcement, Maybot first on next Wednesday, and then Junker to put on a nail on that Brexit coffin

    basically it's going to be "you fuckers take the deal or there is no deal now or in the future"
    If the bold happens, it means zero trade with the EU and the UK will come close to being a 3rd world country.

    The Brexiteers are learning the hard way the EU holds all the cards and has all the leverage...hence the lack of movement.

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    or she is pulling a rabit out of her kunt and tells everyone that she is suspending Brexit

    of course a REF2 would have solved all this, but you are dealing with deviant people here

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    Brexitears don't want any more democracy(REF2), they are running scared of the 'will of the people'.

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    Britain has recorded the biggest-ever monthly surplus in public finances since the early 1990s, putting the government on a strong footing in the run-up to Brexit, now less than 40 days away.


    In a rare piece of positive economic news for Philip Hammond as he prepares for his spring statement next month, income from taxes outstripped public spending by 14.9bn, the biggest January surplus since records began in 1993.

    Although January is typically a surplus month for the exchequer because of seasonal trends in the payment of taxes, the Office for National Statistics said last month’s surplus was 5.5bn larger than a year ago.

    https://www.theguardian.com/business...e-brexit-boost
    Employment at a record high, wages rising. It seems a good time for May to go back to that bunch shameful Eurotrash and tell them to accept our terms, or we'll fuck off with our 39 billion and they can do one.

    We don't need Europe. They need to trade with us or they lose.

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    Thirty five days to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Employment at a record high, wages rising.

    It seems a good time for May to go back to that bunch shameful Eurotrash
    Job quality at a record low, employment figures are massaged, wages are lower now than 8 years ago.

    May should go back to the EU? ..she might as well move to the EU for the amount of time she spends there being told NO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Job quality at a record low, employment figures are massaged, wages are lower now than 8 years ago.

    May should go back to the EU? ..she might as well move to the EU for the amount of time she spends there being told NO.
    Link to job quality at a record low and employment figures are being massaged or I'll just presume you are making shit up again.

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    You're quite right, the EU is very worried about a no-deal Brexit which is exactly why we should be pushing it to get everything we want...

    When the EU has been such a bully throughout the process, who in their right mind would give away their two best negotiating points: 1) the money; the EU are desperate for it; 2) access to our market; the EU are desperate for it.

    No money & we leave on WTO terms unless you give us the assurances we want - simple. Actually, at this stage, the deal even with the added assurances is so bad that we should leave on WTO terms and tell the EU the money is sitting there in a nice bowl awaiting a trade deal and other continuations to working practices that we want then they can have it all...

    It was obviously gonna come down to this, and the EU are fuked (you just have to see how the EU leaders are stressing to the nth degree now...), so the more irritating it is that the remoaners are so desperately trying to work on behalf of the EU to undermine our best agreement terms...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    As I believe I said many months ago, Brexit was ebola and will destroy the Tory party. Yet again I have been proved right but the bonus of course is the imminent destruction of the current Labour party too. Next week's vote should be another nail in its coffin but, certainly, if the sclerotic, desiccated skin bag May loses it and we head inexorably towards the precipice of hard brexit then the wheels will well and truly be off.

    will be $1.10 for sure.
    Not parity as you originally guaranteed then?

    Yippee, another self declared win for the pauper of Pattaya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post


    You're quite right, the EU is very worried about a no-deal Brexit which is exactly why we should be pushing it to get everything we want...

    When the EU has been such a bully throughout the process, who in their right mind would give away their two best negotiating points: 1) the money; the EU are desperate for it; 2) access to our market; the EU are desperate for it.

    No money & we leave on WTO terms unless you give us the assurances we want - simple. Actually, at this stage, the deal even with the added assurances is so bad that we should leave on WTO terms and tell the EU the money is sitting there in a nice bowl awaiting a trade deal and other continuations to working practices that we want then they can have it all...

    It was obviously gonna come down to this, and the EU are fuked (you just have to see how the EU leaders are stressing to the nth degree now...), so the more irritating it is that the remoaners are so desperately trying to work on behalf of the EU to undermine our best agreement terms...
    There is I believe a sum of about 24 bn due even if we leave with no deal. All legal and above board.

    It was increased to 39 bn as a sweetener to encourage the EU to be nice in negotiations. Possible fail on that one.

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    Ireland already looking for begging funds from the EU and blame Britain...

    Are these the same Irish politicians that sold Ireland out to the EU private banks?



    A couple of other links you can look at about the Irish economic crisis; don't blame Britain for your last decade of bad governance and EU deals...




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    What will screw Ireland is when the EU dictates the level of corporation tax they charge on companies, at the moment it is low in Ireland hence Ireland attracts more than its fair share of investment much to the ire of other EU countries. Ireland has been the EU bitch in these negotiations and it is the EU who are going to royally shaft them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    The traitor Corbyn will try to get a no deal off the table because people in the EU are worried about it. FFS. Is he the president of the EU?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Link to job quality at a record low and employment figures are being massaged or I'll just presume you are making shit up again.
    Of course he's making shit up. That's all he does. He's not very bright you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Link to job quality at a record low and employment figures are being massaged or I'll just presume you are making shit up again.
    Bufffffy....this information has already been posted in spades, mibbe ask your carer to look it out for you?

    In the meantime:


    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Sir Nigel of Farage new party over 100k members already, to put that in perspective the Tories only have 125k members. Doris doesn't deliver Brexit and the Tories will get nowhere near 37% of the vote.

    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Farage couldn't even win his own seat in his previous party, which was very embarrassing considering he was the party leader.

    A party whose greatest success was to win 1 of a possible 650 seats, this is the reality, Farage is insignificant, no matter how much he tries to puff himself up in the media.

    Nigel's new party will be more of the same, they might win 1 - 2 seats then again maybe zero seats.

    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post

    You clearly have no idea about the UK electoral system, to go along with every thing else you've ever posted about. Is there any subject you have even the slightest bit of knowledge about?
    So, how many of the 650 available seats do you predict Farage's new party to win in the next General Election?
    And lets not forget:
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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Leaving of WTO rules would be a dream, free from EU clutches once and for all but sadly Doris is going to ask for an extension to A50 if can't get changes to the backstop. Hopefully EU will say no.
    ^How many pre-existing deals( the UK has with international countries via EU framework ) have been re-secured under new non-eu contracts, I believe the Tories promised 40 would be ready and waiting to be signed on March 29th.

    ...& how many fantastic brand new trade deals are ready to go on March 29th?


    Hard numbers only please...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Of course he's making shit up. That's all he does. He's not very bright you know.
    Try reading the thread instead of dropping in and posting bs(as per usual) from the Tory spin machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    There is I believe a sum of about 24 bn due even if we leave with no deal. All legal and above board.

    It was increased to 39 bn as a sweetener to encourage the EU to be nice in negotiations. Possible fail on that one.
    I don't have a problem with paying monies owed; there's ongoing commitments and joint projects which continue.

    I don't have a problem with paying up for an easy transition and the deal that we want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Try reading the thread instead of dropping in and posting bs(as per usual) from the Tory spin machine.
    Ok so you were just making shit up as per usual and got no hard numbers to back up your claims. No surprise, as you were then.

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    Corbyn seems to have found a new job working for the EU:


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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Mwah! Mwah!
    You quoted the wrong post there buffy... ...big deep breathes son, there! there! Calm down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Ok so you were just making shit up as per usual and got no hard numbers to back up your claims. No surprise, as you were then.
    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Thirty five days to go.
    not soon enough !!! let's speed things up and declare no DEAL immediately

    come on you fookers can do it

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