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BREXIT - June 23rd

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  1. 1. With regards to Britains vote on leaving the EU. Will you vote to stay IN or get OUT.



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What a fucking moron. 

Swear u said u had me on ignore but u stilll wanna follow my comments u stupid c*nt

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52 minutes ago, Da Luv Doc said:

That's what your mum said to me when I put it in!:Y:

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it's the exclamation that does it for me :lol: 

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2 hours ago, Da Luv Doc said:

That's what your mum said to me when I put it in!:Y:

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"Theresa May is under pressure to publish secret legal advice that is believed to state that parliament could still stop Brexit before the end of March 2019 if MPs judge that a change of mind is in the national interest. The move comes as concern grows that exit talks with Brussels are heading for disaster"

 

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Months since we triggered the exit and we have not moved an inch since the result last year.

 

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Negotiations are not moving because the Government is acting too nice. No point playing ball with these lot, they are not interested in doing a deal that doesn't involve them keeping control and claiming money from us. Merkel and Macron said they don't want to discuss a future trade until they know the UK are committed to paying in money many years after we have left. They want us to "suffer", so let them suffer with us. Hard Brexit, WTO rules and form our own deals worldwide.

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So but what do you think about the fact that this advice was even sought?

Especially since Brexit means Brexit has been such a persistent theme

@Gambino

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Last week Guido reported on the two Tory MEPs, Julie Girling and Richard Ashworth, who voted against the British position and with the EU to postpone the next phase of Brexit talks. The Sunday papers say they have had the Tory whip withdrawn. Bye…

UPDATE: David Davis has written to Jeremy Corbyn demanding he does the same and sacks the 19 Labour MEPs who also voted against moving the negotiations onto the next stage:
“While I would not expect opposition political parties to agree with us all the time about the end state we seek, it is a self-evident part of the national interest to support a discussion about our future relationship with Europe. So I was disappointed that 19 Labour MEPs voted against moving the negotiations onto the next stage. Will you follow suit and take action against the MEPs from your party who voted against the best future for the UK and the EU, or is this the official position of the Labour Party?”

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Forget 52%. The rise of the “Re-Leavers” mean the pro-Brexit electorate is 68%

While the EU referendum result may have ended up 52/48, post-referendum politics have settled into something far less evenly balanced. The rise of the “Re-Leavers” – those who voted to Remain in the EU but think that the government has a duty to leave – mean that the Conservatives are fishing in a massive lake, while the other parties are casting their rods into a pond

https://yougov.co.uk/news/2017/05/12/forget-52-rise-re-leavers-mean-pro-brexit-electora/

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Couldn't of been March could it? The Survey was only done in May. Not sure the date it was posted, just saw it on my Twitter feed though. And unfortunately we know nobody else on VIP2 is going to post such information if they came across it 8-)

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It says March on the page I believe?

Alot as changed since then, if it was post recent election then fair play. 

There were a handful of remainers that just wanted to get in with things, OI agree. however those numbers are distorted imo.

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Where abouts did it say March? I just opened it and searched the word and it doesn't find any matches on the page.

Yea it's probably even bigger than 68% now.

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The EU about to do s free trade deal with India, India and China are the best place to look to sell and trade with, don't know why Brexit guys think we are even 10% of what them guys are (literally, two countries with over a billion people in each....). So if I started a company, where would I find more attractive?

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I see @Da Luv Doc. and do the EU's deals with India and China require India and China to live under European Courts Laws, accept Freedom of Movement and pay a fee into the EU budget to prop up other countries and their MEP's luxury living standards?

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Brexit transition deal needed by Christmas, says Bank official

Deputy governor Sam Woods says City firms will start to move jobs and business out of the UK without agreement


 

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1 hour ago, Gambino said:

I see @Da Luv Doc. and do the EU's deals with India and China require India and China to live under European Courts Laws, accept Freedom of Movement and pay a fee into the EU budget to prop up other countries and their MEP's luxury living standards?

@Admin. Which one? :rofl:

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On 07/10/2017 at 8:11 PM, Gambino said:

Negotiations are not moving because the Government is acting too nice. No point playing ball with these lot, they are not interested in doing a deal that doesn't involve them keeping control and claiming money from us. Merkel and Macron said they don't want to discuss a future trade until they know the UK are committed to paying in money many years after we have left. They want us to "suffer", so let them suffer with us. Hard Brexit, WTO rules and form our own deals worldwide.

these are the type of antics one gets from tit bitters like you. as if Merkel loses sleep over the UK. or macron with his 70 year old sugarmummy wife.

The Uk is 'divorcing' from the EU.. how you lot think it would take 1 week is beyond me... there are so many intricacies involved in any divorce, then it gets more complicated amongst couples that have many kids or many assets, that both sides have to be comfortable with .. talkless of a divorcing of the biggest economies involving millions of people. 

of course.. dunces like you are still fed hashtags the same way you voted because thinking the Draw bridge would be up by now and that May can just waltz in and say gimme gimme gimme an exit after midnight. ...c*nt

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