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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    can't imagine why so many people say you have a problem with women.
    Do they, who are these many people? And what problem with women would that be?

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    Meanwhile, the Revoke A50 petition is proving to be a lot more popular after Maybot's speech last night.

    It had gained over 1/2 million signatures in a few hours this morning. enough to crash the site for a while. Currently over 800,000 and rising, slightly more popular than Farage's new party.

    Talking of whom, I hear his impromptu poll last night backfired badly with more support for revoking A50 than no-deal. The Maybot deal managed a measly 3%. I hope she respects that before putting it to Parliament yet again.

    Her deal is like complaining about your Jaguar XJ and paying a cool half million to have it replaced with a Trabant 601.

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    800,000 is that all still quite a way short of the 16 mill who voted to remain. Seems support for remain has plummeted.

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    ^ Not as much as Brexit with a lowly 200 walkers...you daft bugger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    ^ Not as much as Brexit with a lowly 200 walkers...you daft bugger
    Only 200 because Brexiteers have jobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Only 200 because Brexiteers have jobs.
    But no holidays? Have they already given up their work rights then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    800,000
    920k now.

    https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/241584

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    I see no one has bothered to try explaining what a "managed Brexit" means yet. Considering how often the phrase is used by some here you'd think they'd have no problem explaining the practicalities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Her deal is like complaining about your Jaguar XJ and paying a cool half million to have it replaced with a Trabant 601.
    actually the Jaguar XJ is worth shit these days while the 601 is a must have in the car collection industry

    and the 601 last longer, while the XJ is a poor shadow of itself, so very British and apropos with Brexit

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    I see no one has bothered to try explaining what a "managed Brexit" means yet. Considering how often the phrase is used by some here you'd think they'd have no problem explaining the practicalities.
    it means WTO terms and the 3 months transition period supported by the 27 while we cut off that ridiculous small island from the world map

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    another definition of managed Brexit: everyone in the EU put up procedures for the British shortcomings by providing legal and logistic bridge to maintain the order of things in the EU

    that pensioner retard of Chass is a big supporter and a big believer of Managed Brexit,

    what a ridiculous little fool,

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    Over 3100 of the signatures are from Germany, how many of those are you Troy? A few from Western Sahara to amongst other places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    800,000 is that all still quite a way short of the 16 mill who voted to remain. Seems support for remain has plummeted.
    we can't revoke A50, you guys are already the laughing stock of Europe, nobody will welcome back, you are already gone, and your words are no good in the great EU, nobody believe you anymore

    it's back to 1975 for you guys

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    935k now and growing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    935k now and growing.
    Bots signing, also you can make up any email address and vote from anywhere.

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    Anyway have to wait for next week for the real fun, voting again on Doris deal on Monday I believe, if the speaker allows it.

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    Even signatures from the Vatican and North Korea.

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    It just keeps getting more farcial if that was possible after Doris speech last night where she managed to alienate just about everybody apparently there is even less support for her deal and now they might not even put it to a vote next week, meaning Doris will have to go begging for a longer extension. We are never leaving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    It just keeps getting more farcial if that was possible after Doris speech last night where she managed to alienate just about everybody apparently there is even less support for her deal and now they might not even put it to a vote next week, meaning Doris will have to go begging for a longer extension. We are never leaving.
    Doris should have heeded Will's First Law of Holes.

    "If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    we can't revoke A50, you guys are already the laughing stock of Europe, nobody will welcome back, you are already gone, and your words are no good in the great EU, nobody believe you anymore

    it's back to 1975 for you guys
    Not just Europe. They are also being laughed at by the WTO, i.e. the rest of the world. The silly idea that they walk away from the EU and immediately start trade on WTO terms is being ridiculed by the former WTO head and is causing puzzlement among the current leadership as there is no such thing as a WTO default as Britain has not yet submitted any kind of meaningful schedule change application.

    Also, each member of the WTO has veto power over proposed changes and there are still a lot of countries out there with bad memories of the old Imperial Great White Mother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    it turns out they were too lazy to learn the existing EU/UK relationship
    And that is the heart and soul of the whole issue. There is no Brexit solution because everything about Brexit is based on lies, fantasy, ignorance and stupidity. Britain is the child crying to mummy about the imaginary monster in the wardrobe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    935k now and growing.
    keep dreaming

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    It just keeps getting more farcial if that was possible after Doris speech last night where she managed to alienate just about everybody apparently there is even less support for her deal and now they might not even put it to a vote next week, meaning Doris will have to go begging for a longer extension. We are never leaving.
    of course you are leaving, next week

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Even signatures from the Vatican and North Korea.
    fooking hell !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    of course you are leaving, next week
    As much as I'd like you to be right I just can't see it. Doris is only going to get her deal through if offers to put it to a people's vote and can't see that happening. What I think will happen is all out mutiny among remainers in the Tory party including the cabinet and parliament will take control from the government and go ask the EU for a 2 year extension which they will agree to and a general election will follow.

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