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    May failed again. How long before she brings her deal back again

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    Cheer up, the will be back to 45 baht and you can look forward to three years of trade negotiations to get you what you always had. Oh, I nearly forgot, you will now have a FTA with Papua New Guinea nignogs.

    Har, har. Three years and for what???

    Stupidest fuckers in the developed world but a real kicker to see Mogg sucking the wizened teat of the desiccated sclerotic autist.

    The thing is win or lose, Brexit is dead. Monday brings the CU and SM.

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    Don't worry gent, no way we will be leaving on April 12 as our mps well the current lot anyway will never let us leave. A long extension will be asked for and granted 1 or 2 years and round and round we go. The will rebound for you when extension is granted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Cheer up, the will be back to 45 baht and you can look forward to three years of trade negotiations to get you what you always had. Oh, I nearly forgot, you will now have a FTA with Papua New Guinea nignogs.
    Hurrah. An endless supply of the curved (or was it straight?) bananas of freedom, lovingly hand-curved (or straightened, I forget) by Prince Philip-worshipping nignogs free of the garlicky taint of squareheaded greasers!! Huzzah. Half holidays and ten-bob notes all round!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    So happy to be wrong, loses by 58 votes.
    That's good. Hard to imagine how May can continue on now, but she might be prepared to do anything to keep a Brexiteer away from the PM spot at this point; many will be.

    The EU say they're ready for no deal then finish with a threat - I'm pretty sure they want a long continuation, so there's more time to undermine the referendum result.



    &, I wonder if they will offer things they said they'll never offer (if parliament holds it's nerve which it has singly failed to do; unless this has all been a brilliant bluff by the entire HoP...)



    A few Frexit supporters outside the HofP.



    The Tories won't go for an election because they are in a shambles (I think they'd actually win an election if they put forward pro-Brexit candidates across the board).
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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    No need for mongers to travel all the way to Pattaya these days when cheap pussy is plentiful is E Europe.
    indeed, and better looking, and even cheaper than Thailand

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    The Tories will get slaughtered in a GE with Doris as leader, change leader quickly then call a GE and providing they choose wisely should get their majority back.

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    awesome, we won, hard brexit it is

    Chass, where are you, crazy old man, told you so

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    May failed again. How long before she brings her deal back again
    she has until April 12 so she is good for another dozen times

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    ^ Long extension is more likely but will May resign if that happens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Prediction it will pass by about 10 votes and we are doomed.
    you have to keep the faith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    she has until April 12 so she is good for another dozen times
    I bet she does try again with the same/very similar deal - I wonder if the EU meeting on the 10th will take away the backstop in its current guise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    May failed again. How long before she brings her deal back again
    The 3rd time's not the charm.

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    Only way she will be able to bring it back is attach a referendum to it, then it will pass but will be political suicide for the Tory party.

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    trick question: if no deal, what happens to the divorce bill?

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    The account reflects commitments to budget costs in the current cycles, future personnel costs and the cost of legacy protocols before expiry. Say, 50 billions. However, remaining in the CU and SM will reduce the bill given that Britain will continue to pay an annual budget contribution for as long as it derives a benefit from its membership.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Don't worry gent, no way we will be leaving on April 12 as our mps well the current lot anyway will never let us leave.
    I agree, of all the different suggestions the parliament has voted for there is only one that has got a majority of the votes and that is No hard brexit. Everything else has been voted down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    The account reflects commitments to budget costs in the current cycles, future personnel costs and the cost of legacy protocols before expiry. Say, 50 billions. However, remaining in the CU and SM will reduce the bill given that Britain will continue to pay an annual budget contribution for as long as it derives a benefit from its membership.
    Jesus, you really are a fukin first prize idiot; the UK contributions are predicated upon our GDP and then you have the unelected deciding and voting in whatever whim takes their fancy, like fukin enormous pension increases and the next good idea Junker the drunk has two bottles in to a lunch - you're as bad as the bloke who's studying for the Bar he'll never attend - all hot air with ideas developed in splendid isolation of the real world, worked in the civili service - fukin muppet

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    Started the weekend early nam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Started the weekend early nam?
    Not yet, just that when you see utterly stupid remarks like how our "Bill" will reduce by staying in the EU from a Momentum Supporting, Corbynister Ex-Civil Servant Clueless Racist like ButtChugger then sometimes you have to comment, as i'm sure you'll appreciate, responses from you are like a tourettes tick.

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    Oh well, Happy UK Independence Day.....

    I'm surprised Chassmui is not here to celebrate this auspicious time..

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Oh well, Happy UK Independence Day.....
    Why thank you ma'am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Oh well, Happy UK Independence Day.....

    I'm surprised Chassmui is not here to celebrate this auspicious time..
    don't worry he is, bathing in a pool of piss with his favorite Latvian nurse

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    trick question: if no deal, what happens to the divorce bill?
    Clean break = No divorce bill

    They've had more than enough from us over the decades, so they can fvck right off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    The facts remain that 18% of EU exports go to the UK,
    8%

    Who gives a fuck if they stop buying our Nissans and Jaguars
    Our? Nissan and Jaguar are Japanese and German and both have already started shutting down their UK prescence because of Brexit.

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