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In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Tony Cadogan on 16.11.16 11:29

@BlueBag wrote:But Tony... nothing has changed. We are still in the EU and all rules are the same and unlikely to change before 2019 (if ever).

Actually something has changed... an increasing number of obstacles have been placed in the way of Brexit.

Perhaps smart business people know Brexit isn't going to be allowed to happen and that is why things look better?

Interesting post.

"...Brexit isn't going to be allowed to happen..."

So it seems and that's been my view since before the referendum outcome was announced.

Tony Bennett, with respect, I am not 'BlueBag'. Perhaps 'BlueBag' would be better than me at convincing you of this if convincing is needed. However, it so happens that I do often find myself in agreement with her/his comments on various topics.

Peace

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 17.11.16 8:14

I was dragged along to see a new Alan Bennett film last night about his diaries. A special showing across 260 cinemas in the UK.

This was a BBC production.

Afterwards there was a live 30 minute Q&A session with him from Primrose Hill Library hosted by BBC's Sue MacGregor.

10 minutes of this was devoted to asking Alan about Brexit, and him telling us how he is depressed, ashamed and was recently apologising to Italian waiters in Venice. He said it was like when Germany elected Hitler (he really did).

Sue MacGregor totally on board with him. 

I was quietly seething.

I like a lot of his work but this was just tosh and it was typical BBC propaganda aimed at the elder generation.

Totally unnecessary in the context of the evening.

The Brexit war continues.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by MRNOODLES on 17.11.16 17:11

It's this type of attitude that's driving this sea change in politics.  'Man & Woman in the street' getting seriously pi**ed off with others preaching to them because they think they know better.  
I'd be seething too being put in that position where you have zero chance of challenging that opinion.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Verdi on 22.11.16 12:31

Brexit could be fought over in EU's top court, warns senior judge as MEPs insist Britain cannot 'cherry pick' single market membership

Michael Wilson, Political Correspondent   22 November 2016 • 11:47am

The EU's top court could rule over the content of any Brexit deal, Europe's most senior judge has warned.

Koen Lenaerts indicated that the European Court of Justice, long considered by Eurosceptics as a bastion of European interference, could preside over Britain's exit terms.

It came as European politicians warned that there could be no "cherry picking" of the benefits of the EU such as retaining membership of the single market without accepting free movement of people.

In an interview wit h the Financial Times Mr Lenaerts said that the ECJ may be called to step into any dispute that arises from Britain's negotiated exit from the bloc.

Mr Lenearts said: "I can't even start intellectually beginning, imagining how and where and from which angle it might come."
The court could decide on whether Article 50, the formal process for triggering Britain's exit, could be revoked during the course of the two year negotiations or whether the notification is irreversible.

Read on..

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/22/brexit-deal-could-end-eus-top-court-warns-europes-senior-judge/

Well, there's a novelty - the European [Unions] Court of Justice deciding on Britain's future escape from the European Union.

Ho-hum   waiting

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by jeanmonroe on 22.11.16 13:56

Brexit? What Brexit?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3959286/Top-Brexit-judge-warns-Supreme-Court-justices-quiet-big-cases-Lord-Neuberger-lays-law-crucial-Article-50-ruling.html


Supreme Court judges are told to go with the majority if they don't feel strongly: President tells justices to not 'break ranks' ahead of crucial vote on triggering Article 50


  • Lord Neuberger WARNS not to step out of line when it comes to big rulings
  • Pressure on colleagues from Lord Neuberger provokes concern from MPs
  • Some MPs are worried the judiciary is intervening in political decisions
  • Lord Neuberger will lead 10 judges deciding on crucial Brexit case


By Steve Doughty Social Affairs Correspondent For The Daily Mail

Published: 01:36, 22 November 2016 | Updated: 03:09, 22 November 2016

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 22.11.16 14:42

Lord Neuberger will lead 10 judges deciding on crucial Brexit case
The people already decided.

I don't remember judges being mentioned in the debate.

Wither democracy?

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Tony Bennett on 24.11.16 14:35

"Brexit's roots run deeper than immigration", Financial Times, 20 November 2016:

https://www.ft.com/content/509006b8-acb7-11e6-ba7d-76378e4fef24

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 24.11.16 17:59

@Tony Bennett wrote:"Brexit's roots run deeper than immigration", Financial Times, 20 November 2016:

https://www.ft.com/content/509006b8-acb7-11e6-ba7d-76378e4fef24
They certainly do.

It's more about democracy and accountability to the people.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 25.11.16 8:04

EU leaders are not "bluffing" when they say the UK will be left without access to the single market when it leaves the bloc if there is no free movement of people, Malta's prime minister says.
Joseph Muscat, whose country assumes the EU's presidency in January, told the BBC "this is really and truly our position and I don't see it changing".
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-38100561


The globalist agenda.

They want to destroy people's notion of a "Nation".

They don't want the people of a nation uniting against them.

It's their most important thing.

Destroy the power of the nation.

They never asked the people if that's what they want, instead they bypass democracy.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Richard IV on 25.11.16 13:01

Tony Blair wanting to stop Brexit

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/24/brexit-can-stopped-says-tony-blair/


and then Peter Mandelson interview last night obviously wanting the same

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04hst0n

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 25.11.16 13:04

Of course they are.

Tony Blair is a globalist.

He's been to Bilderberg and Bohemian Grove.

He has NEVER had the interests of the British people at heart.

And he's a war criminal.

TPTB are lining him up to be the new Kissinger.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Richard IV on 25.11.16 21:14

Goodnes, I`m livid. Any Questions tonight Alistair Campbell openly admitted to trying to stop Brexit ... and the audience (from Sheffield) clapped aaagh  . Jonathan Dimbleby also allowed him to keep interrupting Chris Grayling - honestly, talk about bias.

Then I see this tweet from David Jones about Branson financing the destruction of Brexit:

BOYCOTT VIRGIN- a total disgrace Richard Branson thinks he can use his money to overrule the democratic vote of the British people

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Richard IV on 25.11.16 21:29

Seems Tony Bennett isn`t the only one -

Staunch Brexiteer has spent past 16yrs travelling across the UK removing EU road signs showing distances in metres

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3967772/Staunch-Brexiteer-82-spent-past-16-years-travelling-country-removing-hated-EU-road-signs-showing-distances-metres.html

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Tony Bennett on 28.11.16 21:21

BAD LOSERS >>>



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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 28.11.16 22:20

They haven't lost yet.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Tony Cadogan on 29.11.16 13:21

@BlueBag wrote:They haven't lost yet.

Very much so. And it seems they don't intend to.

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Re; in Hindsight happy with the way you voted

Post by willowthewisp on 29.11.16 17:12

@Tony Cadogan wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:They haven't lost yet.

Very much so.  And it seems they don't intend to.
Imagine the Queens face,If Warmonger Blair was ever again to step inside UK politics,with his cronies Peter and Alistair promoting "Remain" to your Majesty,after Teflon allowed Gordon to sell the queens Gold reserves at a knockdown price,which led to Blairs downfall,along with his"Loyal Lap Dog"support for George W's Iraq invasion,Afghanistan,Libya,Syria,the"Arab League"up rising they all supported?
Perhaps Donald Trump is the Final piece to the Jigsaw of the planned invasions as stated by Wesley Clarke,"Iran"Somalia O'Bama and the New World Order Regime,Bilderberg,group?
The next time Blair appears on TV,people should show some respect,then,Repeat as Mantra,"Lock him up,Lock Him Up"?

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by roy rovers on 30.11.16 0:02

@Tony Cadogan wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:They haven't lost yet.

Very much so.  And it seems they don't intend to.
The Brexiteer's lies are being exposed for what they are and you expect us to keep quiet? Sorry that's not going to happen.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 30.11.16 9:00

@roy rovers wrote:
@Tony Cadogan wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:They haven't lost yet.

Very much so.  And it seems they don't intend to.
The Brexiteer's lies are being exposed for what they are and you expect us to keep quiet? Sorry that's not going to happen.
Which lies?

Are you going to bang on about the disputed cost of £360 million a day?

By the estimate of the Remainers they couldn't get it down to less than £250 million a day.

It's a weak point.

Very weak.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by poppydog on 30.11.16 9:27

Delighted I voted to Leave the EU, glad I put a small bet on Trump winning and utterly unconvinced about the Jo Cox murder and the trial. As for the McCanns, you can probably guess where I stand on that.  big grin

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 01.12.16 8:19

So Boris Johnson - the appointed (by who?) leader of the Brexit campaign has let slip he doesn't mind free movement.

He was picked by our political elite as controlled opposition.

Sadly for them (the elite) they still lost the vote.

Boris is showing his true colours.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Verdi on 01.12.16 11:58

@Richard IV wrote:Seems Tony Bennett isn`t the only one -

Staunch Brexiteer has spent past 16yrs travelling across the UK removing EU road signs showing distances in metres

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3967772/Staunch-Brexiteer-82-spent-past-16-years-travelling-country-removing-hated-EU-road-signs-showing-distances-metres.html
Good on 'em I say and Tony Bennett even gets a mention, I quote..

'Fellow campaigner Tony Bennett, a solicitor, was arrested seven times for removing signs and charged with stealing road signs and criminal damage.

He avoided charges in all but one case by citing the 1994 traffic sign regulations. He was convicted on one charge but later won an appeal.' 


I can just picture some stuffy old council official from the 'Directorate of Signs and Bollards' , huffing and puffing, waving his 'do you know who I am' identity badge in the face of the rogue felons.  Charged with stealing a road sign - who's ever heard the like. 

Some while ago I watched Richard D. Hall's video, out on the road with Tony - very articulate and very entertaining, well worth a watch..

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhCBJFR7aII

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 02.12.16 9:10

In case people haven't been paying attention.

Brexit campaigner and government minister David Davis was yesterday advocating "soft Brexit".

That's where we still allow mass immigration and we still cough up millions of pounds a day to the EU.

Which is of course no Brexit at all. 

Boris Johnson - two days ago - was saying the same thing.

Incredibly... their reasoning - they don't want to cut us off from a source of "low-cost workers".

There we have it... a century of British workers struggle to improve pay and conditions... mass immigration has put an end to that.

We'll all be racing down to a "living wage" soon.

That's only one aspect of the game... there are others.

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Happy with EU Brexit result.

Post by willowthewisp on 02.12.16 11:06

@BlueBag wrote:In case people haven't been paying attention.

Brexit campaigner and government minister David Davis was yesterday advocating "soft Brexit".

That's where we still allow mass immigration and we still cough up millions of pounds a day to the EU.

Which is of course no Brexit at all. 

Boris Johnson - two days ago - was saying the same thing.

Incredibly... their reasoning - they don't want to cut us off from a source of "low-cost workers".

There we have it... a century of British workers struggle to improve pay and conditions... mass immigration has put an end to that.

We'll all be racing down to a "living wage" soon.

That's only one aspect of the game... there are others.
Hi Bluebag,but that is the point,The"Club Members"from the house of Commons and the Lords,will not be affected by racing down to the living wage rate of pay,with their Expenses claims and£300.00 per day in the"Big Club",the"Ordinary people the Plebs will have to subsidise Ma Learned friends,until the UK alters its electoral System of Eliteness?

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Richard IV on 02.12.16 11:58

@BlueBag wrote:In case people haven't been paying attention.

Brexit campaigner and government minister David Davis was yesterday advocating "soft Brexit".

That's where we still allow mass immigration and we still cough up millions of pounds a day to the EU.

Which is of course no Brexit at all. 

Boris Johnson - two days ago - was saying the same thing.

Incredibly... their reasoning - they don't want to cut us off from a source of "low-cost workers".

There we have it... a century of British workers struggle to improve pay and conditions... mass immigration has put an end to that.

We'll all be racing down to a "living wage" soon.

That's only one aspect of the game... there are others.
IMO the main reason why people want out is because of immigration, so if there is any suggestion that this could continue with a soft brexit, there will be marches/protests or even an uprising.  I will join it.

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