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    she should just cast a vote on March 28 just for the shock effect

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    If her deal gets rejected there will be an extension to A50 but obviously Doris can't come out and say that as then she has zero chance of getting her deal through.

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    ^The default hasn't changed yet.

    The Tories need to break ranks soon if that default is to be changed. The Maybot is digging herself in and making the UK look sillier every day. It has to be April Fools Day or delay to the silly season.

    The witch Leedsom is holding the Maybot's strings at the moment.

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    Obviously the default hasn't changed yet hence the cooper/letwin bill this coming week to try and do that. Will the Tories by whipped to vote against it? Doubt it as Doris will be happy to see it passed.

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    We need to be entertained this week, Maybot performance has been quite weak for the last few weeks, unacceptable !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    We need to be entertained this week, Maybot performance has been quite weak for the last few weeks, unacceptable !!!
    Seems she's shit at pool too, pretty sure that would have been entertaining to watch.

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    St Theresa of Westminster is doing well. She's still PM and still working for Brexit to deliver on the referendum result.


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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Seems she's shit at pool too, pretty sure that would have been entertaining to watch.
    she is even more shit in a game of poker, she would show all her cards, put all her chips in the pot, and expect everyone to fold when she is actually holding a simple pair of Jack

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    build support for our alternative plan
    Labour have a plan???

    Thats a bit like saying butters knows stuff. Bwahahahaha

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    haha you are so funny old man

    still irrelevantly boring

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    she would show all her cards
    Already has. She has said many times she is going to deliver on the BREXIT vote and is doing exacrly that. Hard, soft or other. The UK is leaving the EU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Already has. She has said many times she is going to deliver on the BREXIT vote and is doing exacrly that. Hard, soft or other. The UK is leaving the EU.
    I'll believe it when we're out. My money is on an extension to A50 and we will never leave.

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    There are only 3 possible outcomes and none involve leaving the EU.

    1) Current Deal, Ref1 never happened.
    2) Maybot Deal, worse than current deal and no EU voting rights.
    3) Hard/Post Brexit Deal, worse than Maybot deal.

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    I need pics of Butterfly and foolbar for my darts practice.

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    ^You should build a golden statue of me and burn incense at it's feet every day, to give thanks for keeping you on the straight and narrow.

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    Labour announce backing for a second Brexit referendum

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    Brexit: Theresa May 'focused' on leaving on time, despite calls for delay
    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-47360465

    Theresa May says she remains "focused" on leaving the EU on 29 March, despite calls from her own party for a delay.

    The PM said she had felt a "real determination" from EU leaders in recent days to find a "smooth and orderly way [to leave] with a deal".

    But Dutch PM Mark Rutte warned her the UK was "sleepwalking into a no-deal scenario" and needed to "wake up".

    Mrs May admitted there was "still more to do" before Parliament could vote on her final plan.

    The UK will leave the EU on 29 March, whether it has agreed a deal or not.

    The only way to change that is to revoke Article 50, or to request a delay from the EU - which the bloc would have to approve.

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    Would loved to have seen Chuka's face when he seen the announcement, the independent group has gone very quiet on social media

    The Corbinator has played Westminster like a Stradivarius.

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    The Brittle leadership makes Donald J. Trump, President of the United States of America, look like a goddamn genius.
    How can you sorry bastards end up with such incompetent, inconsiderate, out-of-touch, contemptuous idiots in charge of what should be a two-month long process of extricating your sorry selves from a bad deal gone worse?

    Trump would have had his country out of that mess over a weekend. Give yourselves a shake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texpat View Post
    The Brittle leadership makes Donald J. Trump, President of the United States of America, look like a goddamn genius.
    How can you sorry bastards end up with such incompetent, inconsiderate, out-of-touch, contemptuous idiots in charge of what should be a two-month long process of extricating your sorry selves from a bad deal gone worse?

    Trump would have had his country out of that mess over a weekend. Give yourselves a shake.
    They have too many bedweting mummys' boys in their midst who drown out the few real men left. Read some of the whining posts from SA, Troy and co. How they ever got past the front door without holding mummys hand is one of the worlds great mysteries.

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    The bedwetters are a boring group indeed.

    The problem is, with a staunch and well-funded remain undercurrent in British politics, many weak-minded observers are easily led by propaganda and cliches such as "cliff-edge" and "people's vote"... Now that Labour are likely to put forward a second referendum (which is pretty much the end of Corbyn...), the weak-minded bedwetters will be manipulated yet again by the globalist establishment (you know, the Blair supports amongst others) into working on behalf of the EU extremists and globalists against Britain and its interests.
    How do I post these pictures???

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    Wow, another deep, 'above the trolling' post there, betty.

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    Too many weak-minded bedwetters around here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Too many weak-minded bedwetters around here...
    I appreciate your self criticism

    speaking of bedwetters, where is our champion, Chass ?

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    another day, another revolt

    Brexit: Theresa May facing revolt ahead of cabinet meeting
    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-47365645

    Theresa May is facing the threat of a revolt by Remain-supporting ministers ahead of a crucial cabinet meeting on her Brexit negotiations.

    Three say they will resign unless the PM agrees to take no-deal off the table, and there are suggestions that more are prepared to follow suit.

    The BBC's Nick Watt says the feeling is Mrs May will "lean into" their demands and Brexiteers have been told to expect a "very difficult message".

    No 10 would not comment on the reports.

    The government position is set to be thrashed out at cabinet meeting on Tuesday morning, where Brexit is the only item on the agenda.

    After that, the prime minister will make a statement to the Commons, updating the whole House on her negotiations.

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