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6 hours ago, Mister M said:

Our government has kindly set up a hardship fund for those made unemployed in the event of a no deal Brexit. 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6741123/Ministers-planning-hardship-fund-Britons-hardest-hit-no-deal-Brexit.html

 

Nice to know. Why the hell would they go through with it if it's going to cause hardship? Oh yes to please the gammons in case they go a bit red in the face & start bellyaching.

 

 

 

 

 

I have no worries about No Deal affecting me . 

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12 minutes ago, Penistone999 said:

there are many Labour MP`s who represent "Leave" constituencies who are against extending article 50 . So  getting the numbers to get it passed in the commons may be difficult. 

Really?

 

A Labour MP who facilitates a no deal exit will be out on their asre at the next available election. The government's own reports have said that it is leave contituencies who will be hit first and hardest by a no deal exit.

 

Only a handful of cranks and extremists would still support a Labour MP who did so much damage to their own constituency.

 

You are clutching at straws dude!

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4 minutes ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Really?

 

A Labour MP who facilitates a no deal exit will be out on their asre at the next available election. The government's own reports have said that it is leave contituencies who will be hit first and hardest by a no deal exit.

 

Only a handful of cranks and extremists would still support a Labour MP who did so much damage to their own constituency.

 

You are clutching at straws dude!

Caroline Flint , Labour MP has said today there is no way Labour will get enough of its own MP`s to vote for a second referendum. 

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2 minutes ago, Penistone999 said:

Caroline Flint , Labour MP has said today there is no way Labour will get enough of its own MP`s to vote for a second referendum. 

like i said they need to change tact if they wanna win something cos at the moment they are nothing, they wont win this holy grail of a GE they have been waiting for.

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12 minutes ago, Penistone999 said:

Caroline Flint , Labour MP has said today there is no way Labour will get enough of its own MP`s to vote for a second referendum. 

You seem to be confusing a vote to suspend Article 50 with a vote for a second referendum. 😉

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1 minute ago, Top Cats Hat said:

You seem to be confusing a vote to suspend Article 50 with a vote for a second referendum.

its all the same to him, not an extremists vision of a no deal

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14 minutes ago, melthebell said:

like i said they need to change tact if they wanna win something cos at the moment they are nothing, they wont win this holy grail of a GE they have been waiting for.

To have any chance of winning a general election, Labour needs to stand as an anti Brexit party. To do this it has to ditch Jeremy Corbyn as he could not credibly lead an anti Brexit election campaign.

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I never thought it would have (IF I believe what you write on here). It would affect lots of other people though. Potentially millions losing their jobs, homes, marriages and all the social breakdown that comes with it.....Still as long as 'I'm alright jack' then that's all that matters.

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58 minutes ago, Penistone999 said:

Caroline Flint , Labour MP has said today there is no way Labour will get enough of its own MP`s to vote for a second referendum. 

She has lost the plot and is giving in to the mob

 

MPs like Flint are under deliberate sustained daily pressure from knuckleheads in their constituencies, organised from the right. And also from Hard left Corbynist nutjobs.

Edited by I1L2T3

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1 hour ago, I1L2T3 said:

She has lost the plot and is giving in to the mob

 

MPs like Flint are under deliberate sustained daily pressure from knuckleheads in their constituencies, organised from the right. And also from Hard left Corbynist nutjobs.

So the people in their constituencies who voted leave are Knuckleheads ? 

 

At the end of the day , these MP`s are just partaking in a self preservation exercise , because they dont want to be booted out at the next GE by constituents annoyed by them ignoring their wishes to leave the EU. 

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2 hours ago, Penistone999 said:

Caroline Flint , Labour MP has said today there is no way Labour will get enough of its own MP`s to vote for a second referendum. 

T'old Steptoe has really shot himself in the foot this time.

A life long EU critic, he has now changed his mind and decided to assist in trying to stall Brexit.

How many of the 17.4M who voted leave - are Labour voters ?

What a complete balloon he is.

 

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12 minutes ago, OPEN BORDERS said:

T'old Steptoe has really shot himself in the foot this time.

A life long EU critic, he has now changed his mind and decided to assist in trying to stall Brexit.

How many of the 17.4M who voted leave - are Labour voters ?

What a complete balloon he is.

 

He did what he always does. Dithers for ages to gauge public opinion and what would be most likely to get him into power, and then eventually goes with that, even if it means a contradiction of past positions. It's a new kind of politics, which is strangely very similar to the old kind.

Edited by WiseOwl182

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