View Poll Results: 10 days left, what'll it be?

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  • Hard Brexit (crash out)

    45 48.91%
  • No Brexit (Remain by revoking A50)

    24 26.09%
  • Withdrawal Agreement (after a new session is called)

    0 0%
  • Extension + Withdrawal Agreement

    3 3.26%
  • Extension + Crashout

    9 9.78%
  • Extension + Remain

    11 11.96%
  1. #20021
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    On the contrary. The vote this afternoon gives a mandate to the new PM to prorogue parliament or to actively pursue a no deal should they wish. If MP's had wanted to stop either of those possibilities parliament would have supported this bill.

    Finally the house, albeit like a behemoth, is gradually coming around to serving the will of the people who pay its wages.

    Buckle up for no deal in October eurochums... tick tock.
    Tick tock.... again? Lmfao. Honestly cant wait for little England to leave the EU at this point.

  2. #20022
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    On the contrary. The vote this afternoon gives a mandate to the new PM to prorogue parliament or to actively pursue a no deal should they wish. If MP's had wanted to stop either of those possibilities parliament would have supported this bill.

    Finally the house, albeit like a behemoth, is gradually coming around to serving the will of the people who pay its wages.

    Buckle up for no deal in October eurochums... tick tock.
    Career politicians like Farage and Johnson don't pay Parliamentxs wages, what the hell are you on about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sqeek View Post
    When will you uneducated kids just stfu and accept the result?. People voted to get out of the EU, no deals added in yet you keep delaying it. I wonder if you would want a 2nd referendum if the result was reversed.

    You're putting out conspiracy theories of how the economy will collapse when this country existed for years and years without being in the EU.
    Would you accept EEA membership then? All the costs and responsibilities of EU membership but no say in the decision making processes, still counts as leaving though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sqeek View Post
    What deception?. People knew exactly what they were voting for. Your fake new stories about the economy is nothing more than project fear.
    Are you saying the NHS will receive £350m a week directly from EU savings with no cuts being made to other services or take hikes?

    Can't you say that about any result?. People voted for the wrong PM so let's have another vote?. You people are thick as fuck.
    We do have general elections every few years and the Tories are about to vote for a new PM for the second time since the Brexit referendum so your point doesn't hold up very well.
    Last edited by Dhrizzle; 2019-06-12 at 09:36 PM.

  3. #20023
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    Quote Originally Posted by sqeek View Post
    You get told lies...and you just lap it up.
    Said without a hint of irony.

  4. #20024
    The first round of the Tory leadership contest are in and it comes as no surprise that Johnson picks up the most votes. On a more positive note Lorraine Kelly's best mate Esther McVey has been knocked out.

    The results are:

    • Boris Johnson 114
    • Jeremy Hunt 43
    • Michael Gove 37
    • Dominic Raab 27
    • Sajid Javid 23
    • Matt Hancock 20
    • Rory Stewart 19

    Eliminated:

    • Mark Harper
    • Andrea Leadsom
    • Esther McVey

  5. #20025
    Quote Originally Posted by Pann View Post
    The first round of the Tory leadership contest are in and it comes as no surprise that Johnson picks up the most votes. On a more positive note Lorraine Kelly's best mate Esther McVey has been knocked out.

    The results are:

    • Boris Johnson 114
    • Jeremy Hunt 43
    • Michael Gove 37
    • Dominic Raab 27
    • Sajid Javid 23
    • Matt Hancock 20
    • Rory Stewart 19

    Eliminated:

    • Mark Harper
    • Andrea Leadsom
    • Esther McVey
    At least Leadsom is out. Hopefully the others will Rally being knocking out Gove, Raab, Hunt and then combine to take out Johnson

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    Good lord, we're actually getting it aren't we? We're getting a buffoon with shit hair as our leader as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kallisto View Post
    At least Leadsom is out. Hopefully the others will Rally being knocking out Gove, Raab, Hunt and then combine to take out Johnson
    I have no idea why she has gone, she's a mother don't you know.

  7. #20027
    Quote Originally Posted by draykorinee View Post
    Good lord, we're actually getting it aren't we? We're getting a buffoon with shit hair as our leader as well.
    Didn't you know? He's going to unite the country, despite having insulting all the non-white parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Didn't you know? He's going to unite the country, despite having insulting all the non-white parts.
    And he's just the man to deliver a successful brexit! The one he wasn't sure on until the last minute and then just decided to wing it and seemingly toss a coin before committing to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by draykorinee View Post
    Good lord, we're actually getting it aren't we? We're getting a buffoon with shit hair as our leader as well.



    I have no idea why she has gone, she's a mother don't you know.
    Going from terrible to even more terrible, i'm impressed with the tories.
    Joe Biden is a rapist and his supporters are rape apologists

  10. #20030
    Although not strictly Brexit related; after finally settling on the name Change UK they have been forced to change their name after the threat of legal action from change.org

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/u...-a8957746.html

  11. #20031
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Didn't you know? He's going to unite the country, despite having insulting all the non-white parts.
    Don't forget wrote a compelling article for remaining along side his article for leaving the night before he announced.

  12. #20032
    The whole thing's a massive distraction and completely irrelevant. Whoever's elected (by c.125k, white, A-C2 males - ehrm... democratically legitimate not) will face exactly the same problems May faced.

    There will be no renegotiation with the EU. The parliamentary arithmetic won't change. If there's a no deal, people will riot. If the UK revokes, people will riot. Therefore: can BJ use his "charm" to push a compromise through parliament?

    great piece by Simon Jenkins in the Guardian

    ends...

    But a prime minister’s job is not that of mayor or even foreign secretary. It is of circus ringmaster rather than performer. Two of Johnson’s idols are reputedly Disraeli and Churchill, two masters of the art of volte-face, of a denial of the past, including their own. Both had recourse to pragmatism when events required it and both were accounted successes.

    Come October, the odds are on Britain being desperate for no more posturing, no more economic machismo and no more fantasies about new trade deals. It will need one almighty climbdown, in favour of some version of May’s Brexit deal. If Johnson can deploy his charm to persuade the nation and its parliament to follow where common sense and circumstance force him to go, I will be the first to cheer. That is as far as my optimism can go.

    I’m not as optimistic as the hack… my money's on: a massive great balls-up. He further alienates the EU, no new extension is granted, no deal by default, riots, calls out the army, carnage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    On the contrary. The vote this afternoon gives a mandate to the new PM to prorogue parliament or to actively pursue a no deal should they wish. If MP's had wanted to stop either of those possibilities parliament would have supported this bill.

    Finally the house, albeit like a behemoth, is gradually coming around to serving the will of the people who pay its wages.

    Buckle up for no deal in October eurochums... tick tock.
    The funny thing about you is that you're so delusional and act like people desperately want england to stay in the EU haha. No need to buckle up when I can't wait for you and your ilk to be out of the eu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sqeek View Post
    Eurochums are shitting themselves. No-deal is coming and their EU gravy train is about to come to an end.
    brexit can't come fast enough so we'll be free of people like you =)

  14. #20034
    Quote Originally Posted by Tiase View Post
    brexit can't come fast enough so we'll be free of people like you =)
    Well, my bet is that particular burner with his bizarre question marks?. is a Russian. So...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeGin Tufnel View Post
    Well, my bet is that particular burner with his bizarre question marks?. is a Russian. So...
    I'll give some examples:

    When one uses a full stop after a question mark it introduces the prospect of some painful legal scenarios:

    Boris Johnson likes to fuck boys?.

    E.g., one interpretation is potentially libellous. The other is merely speculative.

    Powerful thing, grammar.

  15. #20035
    Quote Originally Posted by LeGin Tufnel View Post
    If there's a no deal, people will riot. If the UK revokes, people will riot.
    Just steal the motability scooter battery chargers, then the police can mop up the remaining 20 or so when they revoke. Theresa did leave the home office with a couple of dozen police officers she didn't manage to make redundant, didn't she?

  16. #20036
    Buckle up for no deal in October eurochums... tick tock.
    If no deal is the goal why not sod off july 1st before the EU parliaments new term?

  17. #20037
    Quote Originally Posted by Twdft View Post
    If no deal is the goal why not sod off july 1st before the EU parliaments new term?
    Farridge and co still have to stick their snouts in the trough one last time.

    https://twitter.com/LanceForman/stat...55780292800513

    (Yes, it is actually a Skoda. Not a Mercedes)

  18. #20038
    Quote Originally Posted by Butler to Baby Sloths View Post
    Farridge and co still have to stick their snouts in the trough one last time.

    https://twitter.com/LanceForman/stat...55780292800513

    (Yes, it is actually a Skoda. Not a Mercedes)
    Even if it was a Merc, it's not uncommon for a fleet of cars being available for anyone to use for official business. The British do it, too. But hey, let's pretend the EU is wasting money by doing what elsewhere is considered normal.
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  20. #20040
    Quote Originally Posted by Slant View Post
    Even if it was a Merc, it's not uncommon for a fleet of cars being available for anyone to use for official business. The British do it, too. But hey, let's pretend the EU is wasting money by doing what elsewhere is considered normal.
    Or the fact that having a carpool of that nature tends to be cheaper than relying on taxis.
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