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Lockdoctor

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  1. Have you never heard of the theory jump before you get pushed? You're in a much better position when applying for a new job by saying that you left your previous job because of death threats and personal abuse than saying you left your former job because you have been given the sack which happens to MPs who lose their seats at a General Election.
  2. Another theory is that many of these MPs not standing again expected to lose their seat and believe they will be at the front of the queue for a lucrative job outside of Parliament by not seeking re-election.
  3. I absolutely agree there is only one way the General Election result will go and that is an overall majority for the Conservative Party. The 2015 General Election result was a surprise because most people expected a hung Parliament. Boris has much more support from traditional Labour voters than David Cameron ever did. The Labour Party are less electable now than they were when Ed Miliband led them in 2015 and Corbyn's popularity has fallen since the 2017 General Election. I predict the Conservative Party will win with a bigger majority than David Cameron had in 2015 and also won't have the rebel MPs that Boris inherited. It's all looking positive for a good Christmas and a happy new year when Brexit will be implemented meaning our country can finally move on.
  4. Theresa May made a massive mistake by taking the electorate for granted when she called the 2017 snap General Election. When the General Election was called in 2017 the electorate wrongly believed the 2016 EU Referendum result would be implemented because Article 50 had been triggered and were led to believe both the Labour Party and Tory Party would respect the wishes of the people who voted to leave. Boris Johnson has sought to do what he said he intended to do before he became our new Prime Minister and inherited the mess Theresa May caused by losing the majority. The Tory Party are the only main party who will deliver Brexit if they win an outright majority at the General Election. I didn't vote to leave the EU but I respect the decision the majority made and will continue to support the party that respects the wishes of the majority and don't seek to cheat 17.4 million people out of their democratic wish to leave the EU. Our country will not move on until Brexit is implemented which is why I will continue to support and vote for the Tory party.
  5. The Tory Party MPs were more willing to implement the referendum result than the the MPs from the Labour Party. Staying in the single market in which free movement of people continues and staying in the customs union what the Labour leadership suggested would make a mockery of the democratic 2016 EU Referendum result. Too many MPs had no intention of finding an agreed path to leave the EU because their aim was to get the referendum result overturned and not implement the wishes of the 17.4 million.
  6. I don't mean that at all. A honest Parliament wouldn't backslide on decisions they have already rubber stamped and keep moving the goalposts to prevent the implementation of a referendum result they rubber stamped to take place.
  7. For the 2017 General Election campaign both the Labour Party and Tory Party had manifestos pledging to implement the democratic 2016 EU Referendum result. The Labour Party and Tory Party won 579 seats between them and had over 80% share of the vote in the 2017 General Election. This rogue dishonest Parliament hasn't done exactly what it was elected to do because it has blocked the implementation of the EU 2016 Referendum result and not implemented it as pledged in the manifestos of the two main parties.
  8. The poster was obviously referring to the House of Commons and not the European Parliament. Nigel Farage has stood seven times to be elected as an MP and has failed to get elected each time. If he stands this time then it will be the sixth time in a General Election.
  9. Farage is a one issue politician and is popular because he has a lot of support regarding that one issue. It's very hard to win a seat at the Westminster Parliament when you don't represent one of the main political parties. Independent candidates also rarely win seats.
  10. It's not ideal but needs to be done to get rid of the rogue dishonest Parliament. A Tory working majority will be the best Christmas present for our country.
  11. The ERG supported the compromise deal that Boris negotiated with the EU. It's the dishonest MPs who have no respect for democracy who seek to cheat 17.4 million people who are guilty of the shenanigans.
  12. The sad truth is that because of the shenanigans that have happened far too many people will not bother to vote in any future elections. It's too late to close the stable door after the horse has bolted.
  13. You continue to spout meaningless irrelevant loser no democratic rhetoric. On 24th June 2016 when David Cameron resigned as Prime Minister it was made perfectly clear the advice to leave the EU which the democratic people gave was intended to be accepted. This advice was put into law when Article 50 was triggered after Parliament gave their permission to do so. You're absolutely correct. What is happening at the moment is absolutely shameful. The opposition parties sole aim is to block whatever the Government of the day wishes to do, but refuse to allow a General Election to take place which would give the democratic UK people a chance to choose a different Government. The sad thing is that many good honest people aren't going to even bother voting in future elections as a consequence of the shameful dishonest behaviour of the current rogue Parliament.
  14. How is it normal because we've never had a democratic referendum in which afterwards parliament has failed to implement the result? Hilarious. Are you saying Boris has lied because he is not dead in a ditch?
  15. Let's be honest whatever Boris does you will criticise him. Honest people acknowledge that Boris has done everything in his power to try to get the democratic 2016 EU Referendum result implemented on 31st October. The people who supported Boris becoming Tory leader and Prime Minister will continue to support him after 31st October has passed. Only losers who have no respect for democracy will try to use the 'dead in the ditch' comment against him. If referendums are such a bad idea then why did 550 MPs vote in favour of holding the democratic 2016 EU Referendum?
  16. Oh dear, democracy is not your strong suit. A referendum is the most democratic way to decide the outcome of one single issue. The parliament we have at the moment is a rogue dishonest parliament because both the Labour Party and Tory Party won 80% of the 2017 General Election vote had manifestos to implement the democratic 2016 EU Referendum result. Implementation of the EU Referendum result can been done in either of two ways which is either to accept the Withdrawal Agreement on offer or leave the EU by the legal no-deal default position. Blocking Brexit which the current Parliament continues to do is not implementing the 2016 EU Referendum result. You're clearly bias because everything the leave campaign said wasn't a lie. Both the leave and remain campaigns were poor and slanted the information to suit their own agendas. There can be no justification for not implementing the 2016 EU Referendum result and cheating 17.4 million UK people out of their democratic wish because the voters never told any lies when they chose which box to place a cross in on the ballot paper.
  17. Don't be ridiculous we don't have General Elections every few months. When a ruling party loses it's working majority it 's normal to have a General Election. We had a EU/EEC Referendum in 1975 and the EU Referendum in 2016. The 2016 Referendum result hasn't been implemented yet so there is no justification for having another EU Referendum anytime soon.
  18. There is a brake clause or flextension which mean we can leave before that date. There are no excuses for not having a General Election in December, if Parliament don't support the new Withdrawal Agreement on offer.
  19. The Tory voters of Browtowe expected to have Tory MP for a five year term because the Tory candidate won the Browtowe seat at the 2017 General Election.
  20. On one of the news channels they had a report from Broxtowe and those interviewed wanted a General Election. The MP for Broxtowe is Anna Soubry the leader of CHANGE-UK, who doesn't want a General Election because she says nothing will change after a General Election. Anna Soubry is wrong because the democratic people of Broxtowe will have a change of MP after the General Election.
  21. The only main leaders involved in the recent attempt to resolve Brexit, who are acting honourably and can hold their heads up high are Boris, President Macron and Jean-Claude Juncker because they are the only ones that haven't been willing to entertain lame excuses for another extension to Article 50 beyond 31st October.
  22. The truth is that the current Parliament are only interested in blocking Brexit. The Withdrawal Agreement is a treaty and can't be amended or altered by Parliament because agreement has been reached jointly between the EU and the UK Government. The reason why the opposition parties don't want a General Election is because the likelihood is after a General Election they would no longer be able to block the implementation of the democratic 2016 EU Referendum result. It's the rogue dishonest Parliament who continue to wreck our country and not Boris.
  23. You've lost the plot. General Elections decide which party or parties are our Government.
  24. I have never stated I don't like or respect the result of the 2017 General Election. It's normal for there to be another General Election after a ruling party loses their working majority in Parliament. It's only because of the recent new fixed term Parliament Act that the opposition alliance can block a General Election being held. The intention of the fixed term Parliament Act wasn't to allow the opposition parties to block whatever the Government wants to do.
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