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 Post subject: Brexit?
PostPosted: Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:52 pm 
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Will May deliver a genuine Brexit? The Irish border issue seems to be being used by the EU as an 'issue' when in fact it needn't be the case.


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 Post subject: Re: Brexit?
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I agree.

Leave it alone for the time being but if it's used as an EU loophole then deal with it later.

Step 1 - get out

Step 2 - get properly out

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The unelected Lords have won a motion tying the hands of the government, it seems the Remainers are doing everything possible to scupper Brexit.


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Of course they are, bad losers.

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 Post subject: Re: Brexit?
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There is the Parliament Act available to this government, if it really wants to use it. It was used in 2004, as reported on here:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/4024923.stm

However, I don't believe for one moment that this government it bothered about having their 'hands tied' by the Lord's, it's all very convenient for a Remainer PM and government.


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 Post subject: Re: Brexit?
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It's all now getting silly.

A bunch of traitor Tory MP's threatening to back the customs union therefore tying us into not trading with the rest of the world.

Either Theresa should resign or call a GE. A drastic move but she's not getting the backing.


Dianne Abbott as Home Secretary and spendthrift McDonnell as Chancellor should wake them up.

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 Post subject: Re: Brexit?
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It doesn't look as though May will deliver Brexit despite her earlier promises. She has turned out to be the Remainer she always and has lied to us.


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 Post subject: Re: Brexit?
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Sorry RK, I never saw any early promise in May. From day one she was a plant whose task was to break what little remained of the United Kingdom and hand over the debris to the EU.

The referendum was never intended to produce the result it did. Since the result was announced the insider plan has been to ignore the result and hand broken Britain over to the forces of the EU.


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 Post subject: Re: Brexit?
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Well the so-called White Paper finally confirms that May will not deliver Brexit, and after Barnier and friends have demanded it be watered down still further we might as well as stayed in the EU - although that was NEVER an option as far as I was concerned.
A total tissue of lies have spewed from May's mouth ever since she began this process but I guess we should have realised that she was, and always will be, a Remainer at heart.
So long democracy, Parliament refuses to deliver the will of the people both in spirit but more importantly in fact.


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 Post subject: Re: Brexit?
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Spot on RK.

All we can now do is walk away, stop buying what will be inflated tariff ridden EU goods and let them suffer.

I read somewhere that the UK buys 2 out of every 5 BMW's built in Germany and a hard Brexit would kill some of their jobs. Same with French cars apparently, we are major buyers.

They'll come round but as you say, May & Co will just give in further. Where's Churchill when you need him.

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