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11 hours ago, tinfoilhat said:

Remoaners voting for brexit party candidates? I'm not sure you've thought that through.

I'm sure I have thought it through, if it wasn't for the remoaners the UK would be out of the cesspit and the UK  MEPs wouldn't have been there, you voted for it, wear it.

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10 minutes ago, retep said:

I'm sure I have thought it through, if it wasn't for the remoaners the UK would be out of the cesspit and the UK  MEPs wouldn't have been there, you voted for it, wear it.

It wasn’t the remain MPs’ votes which sunk Theresa’s WA in the HoC before end March 2019.

 

It was the ERG, DUP and assorted other leaver MPs, who all voted against it.

 

The U.K. is still in, and had to run European elections, because your Leaver MPs couldn’t agree on how to leave between themselves. They still can’t.

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Just now, L00b said:

It wasn’t the remain MPs’ votes which sunk Theresa’s WA in the HoC before end March 2018.

 

It was the ERG, DUP and assorted other leaver MPs, who all voted against it.

Don't let facts get in the way of a leaver blaming anyone but themselves !!! 🤣

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18 minutes ago, L00b said:

It wasn’t the remain MPs’ votes which sunk Theresa’s WA in the HoC before end March 2019.

 

It was the ERG, DUP and assorted other leaver MPs, who all voted against it.

 

The U.K. is still in, and had to run European elections, because your Leaver MPs couldn’t agree on how to leave between themselves. They still can’t.

The true leaver MP's would have left the cesspit as soon as they could, the rest like flies couldn't leave the turd that kept them fed.

 

enter the Brexit party with the fly spray.

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wait, what? 

 

hang on...

 

the ERG aren't 'true leavers' … ?

 

does anyone qualify?

 

2 hours ago, L00b said:

Why would any country announce any trade-related concessions at this stage, when the U.K. keeps making policy promises not to charge any tariffs?

exactly.

 

we were promised that other countries would just jump at the chance to offer us great trade deals - everything we wanted and more - the "sunlit uplands"

 

the reality is that we're relatively small, and soon we'll be desperate.

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30 minutes ago, ads36 said:

wait, what? 

 

hang on...

 

the ERG aren't 'true leavers' … ?

 

does anyone qualify?

 

 

What part of  ( as soon as they could ) didn't you understand?  ask Camerloon to send you a leaflet.

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If the ERG had accepted May's withdrawal agreement, we'd be out by now.

 

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On 02/07/2019 at 09:27, Lockdoctor said:

The only way to get a good deal is to keep the option of leave on the table. 

Well, it’s certainly looking like a good way to start tanking your economy before you’ve even Brexited: first quarter of negative growth in 7 years.

 

https://www.euronews.com/2019/07/03/uk-economy-shrank-in-second-quarter-as-brexit-global-worries-mount-pmi

 

It’s not a recession until the next negative quarter, of course.

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28 minutes ago, ads36 said:

If the ERG had accepted May's withdrawal agreement, we'd be out by now.

 

Most of the ERG continued to reject  Mrs May's withdrawal agreement because it was a bad deal for our country.  It was Mrs May who stated no deal is better than a bad deal after she became Prime Minister..  We'd be out now if Parliament hadn't blocked a no deal which was the default legal position Parliament agreed to when they voted overwhelmingly in favour of triggering Article 50.  It is not the fault of the ERG why our country is still in the EU.

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'no deal' was always dismissed as 'project fear'.

 

We were promised the easiest trade deals in history.

 

And it's worth remembering that the EU have offered us a Canada style trade deal - we said no, we didn't even discuss the details.

 

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Of course, we're smaller than the EU, so we get a less-good deal.

 

And of course, looking down the barrel of no-deal, we are not in a position to negotiate. We have no stepping stone, no life boat, no plan b.

 

We turned down the EU's offer of a trade deal.

 

We turned down their offer of a stepping stone (the withdrawal agreement).

 

The same people who tell us that WTO terms are nothing to worry about are the same people who are blaming remainers, the EU, anyone but themselves, for us careering out with no trade deal.

 

We could (should?) be out by now, with a half-decent trade deal. But we've turned down every offer of help. 

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28 minutes ago, retep said:

No we wouldn't we'd be still in under EU terms.

 

Who was a traitorous  remainer promising to keep us in by default, no better than Heath.

 

Traitors fault own it you traitors, thirty pieces of Euros for you.

Seriously, are you ok?

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