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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 sar on 05.02.18 23:48

Delighted, and there's more to come, with News Night trying to tell us feminism has been "charted by cinema"..., complete nonsense, and Europe thinking we cannot have free trade with them post Brexit!  Mental!!! Harperson, decrying  "attitudes of the past" boo hoo!  Well, I grew up as a "Man" in the last 40 years "Knowing", I was little or no use to a woman without being a "bread-winner", a provider, etc etc.   Can't wait till we tell Europe to F**k Off.  Out means "Out"  They are terrified we tell them to F**k Off without a deal!  It's just as important for Europe to have a deal with us as for us to have a deal with them!  If not, we managed to live quite happily without the federal states of Europe for thousands of years.

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

Post by willowthewisp on 23.02.18 17:17

Just to be clear,the Referendum that was held on 23 June 2016 was for a"Guidance Purpose"amongst the 650 MP's within the House of Commons.

No Doubt the 4 % difference on the In or Out vote mattered,these Ma Learned friends have yapped on about it consistently ever since June 23 2016!
Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party have always wished to Remain part of the European Union?  
They have now had an "Away Day" to scrutinise their procedure before the Common's debate 26 February 2018.
They now wish to be part of the Customs Union,which in all effect states the UK will not have Brexit from the European Union,so much for your votes from all you plebs,"We,the MP's tell you what to do,Not the Tail wagging the Dog,geddit"?

Over to your lot now Prime Minister Theresa May, Laurel & Hardy bumbling Boris, Michael,Jacob Rees Mogg,Mr Hammond,dodgy Davies,whats plan B,what was plan A,Cameron?

Just when you thought you had the Europeans squabbling over how much extra each of the 26 Countries within the Union would have to pay and face cuts to certain EU draft bills, to try and balance the non existence of these accounts after the UK exit Europe,Brexit March 2019?

Along came the DUP,the Good Friday Agreement,that'l scupper them!?

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

Post by Verdi Yesterday at 0:53

Donald Tusk: UK Brexit plans 'pure illusion'

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The UK's approach to the next stage of Brexit negotiations seems to be based on "pure illusion", Donald Tusk says.

The European Council president told a news conference in Brussels that the UK was still trying to "cherry pick" its future relationship with the EU.

Mr Tusk said he could only go on media reports of Brexit talks at the PM's country retreat Chequers on Thursday.

Theresa May is set to deliver a key speech setting out British ambitions on Friday.

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Mr Tusk, who is due to meet the PM the day before, said media reports suggested the "cake philosophy is still alive" in the UK.

He added: "If the media reports are correct I am afraid that the UK position today is based on pure illusion."

He went on to reject - as he has done before - any notion of the UK "cherry picking" aspects of its future relationship with the EU or being able to join a "single market a la carte".

The BBC understands that the 11 senior ministers at Chequers made a breakthrough on so-called "managed divergence", where the UK could select EU rules to stick to post-Brexit.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-43175201

It's never going to happen is it?  By the time some sort of agreement is reached, there will be another change of government who will turn the whole thing around.  Even hard line Brexiteers must be getting tired of the procrastination.  

Procrastination - sure sign of inertia.  The UK is the laughing stock of the world.

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

Post by polyenne Yesterday at 7:18

We should extract ourselves lock, stock and two smoking barrels.

Only then will WE hold the whip hand. And I bet they’d come a-beggin’.

No deal is better than this charade
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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag Yesterday at 7:56

@Verdi wrote:Donald Tusk: UK Brexit plans 'pure illusion'

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The UK's approach to the next stage of Brexit negotiations seems to be based on "pure illusion", Donald Tusk says.

The European Council president told a news conference in Brussels that the UK was still trying to "cherry pick" its future relationship with the EU.
I don't remember his election.

Oh wait.... that's right... the EU isn't democratic.
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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by sallypelt Yesterday at 10:47

In the words of the song A Million Reasons "You're giving me a million reasons to let you go
You're giving me a million reasons to quit the show" ...."I've got a hundred million reasons to walk away"

Just walk away. Keep our Billions and use it to do trade deals etc with the rest of world. I have no doubt we'll come out the other end  intact. When there is need for people to have major surgery, they know they are going to feel horrid for a while, but when one gets over that, they realise why they went through the operation, and that's  because they feel SO GOOD.

A link to the songs A Million Reasons, with lyrics:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zskNP840ceM

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

Post by Verdi Yesterday at 11:57

@sallypelt wrote:
Just walk away. Keep our Billions and use it to do trade deals etc with the rest of world. I have no doubt we'll come out the other end intact.

I truly believe it's that simple, or should be if only someone would stick their neck out and get on with the job instead of humming and hawing behind the walls of Westminster. The UK would never be rejected by world traders all the time they've something to offer, as an independent nation I think the UK will have something to offer again, given time.

Who knows, the populace might actually see something home sown/home grown, rather than the product of EC rules and regulations. Who votes for a carrot that tastes good even if it is rather an odd shape, as opposed to a genetically modified tailor made orange stick thing conforming to European government control and tasting like a dank laundry cupboard smells. Or good old home grown Welsh lamb as opposed to a clone grown under European controlled conditions, so when dissected the chops fit nicely onto a standard European governement issue tried and tested dinner plate?

Let's put the Great back in Britain!

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

Post by polyenne Yesterday at 12:40

It takes a long time to make arrangements and put processes in place, to line your own pockets and devise a way of making extrenemly difficult for us plebs to work out it’s been done.

Remind you of anything ? An abduction perhaps ? They’re abducting our money
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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag Yesterday at 15:15

@Verdi wrote:
@sallypelt wrote:
Just walk away. Keep our Billions and use it to do trade deals etc with the rest of world. I have no doubt we'll come out the other end  intact.

I truly believe it's that simple
It isn't.

Not while we have a private central bank.

Oh you say... we nationalised the Bank of England....

Yeah... right.... maybe.. sort of... we didn't really... after the war we gave shares (they called it stocks) to the private owners of BOE in exchange for "ownership" (because Britain was broke).

Smoke and mirrors.

The majority of voting power for the BOE is appointed internally.

You control the money you control everything.

Private central banks are the global problem.

America has the Federal Reserve which is the same private problem.

Same little clique of people running the world.
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RE; in Hindsight

Post by willowthewisp Yesterday at 15:33

@polyenne wrote:It takes a long time to make arrangements and put processes in place, to line your own pockets and devise a way of making extrenemly difficult for us plebs to work out it’s been done.

Remind you of anything ? An abduction perhaps ? They’re abducting our money
Hi Polyenne,you only have to look at the smug faces of the Kinnocks,Neil,Glyniss, became MEP's then employed their off spring into MEP positions to become Millionaires from the Gravy train for some but not the payees?
Now telling the UK voters to think again?
Neil Kinnock turned his back on UK Politics after losing(fiddled election)to John Major,as part of the sweetner,the door was opened to Mr Kinnock and his clan to re-engage as MEP's!
It has cost the UK over £500 Billion pounds in Forty four years in spending commitments to Europe,as part of their super strucure,the UK lost thousands of Heavy Industrial Jobs,Coal,Steel Works,Fishing Industry virtually decimated?
Yet Germany benefited by Re-badged VW's built in refurbished Eastern Countries,Spain,So the German Government received EU grants to modify the car plants,then profited again in Car sales.  The German Government closed parts of the Nuclear Industry,expanding Coal Gas Production and Heavy Steel Industry.
Does any blue collar worker really think Boris,Gove,Mogg,Davies actually care about ordinary person's with all the recent benefit cuts,wake up people,these are Millionaire Benefactors screwing the Common people,making fast bucks for their buddies,be it privatisation of the NHS(Richard Branson),bleached turkey's which they certainly won't be No where near their"Pallets"?
Wait until the "Brexit Backlash"to speak with your Loyal MP on how they voted,then deselect from Parliament if possible,hit erm where it hurts the pocket,cos that's what they do to the"Blue Collar worker" every time at almost all budgets.

While the UK is caught up in Gideons debacle of a Future Nuclear Industry built by the Chinese, French
 Companies,where the UK Tax payer will have to pay a minimum price for electricity,then still be left with the De-Commissioning of the plants,Genius Gideon!

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