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As the previous thread was running to over 400 pages it's time for a new thread.

 

 Let me make this perfectly clear - any personal attacks will get you a suspension. The moderating team is not going to continually issue warnings. If you cannot remain civil and post within forum rules then do not bother to contribute.

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We can set the scene by mentioning this thread starts with the outrage at Dictator Boris....

 

I'm still amused by posters who wanted to take back control thinking that removing control from Parliament is in fact, democracy...

1 hour ago, Penistone999 said:

 

The MP`s trying to stop Brexit must not be allowed to succeed.  

 

 

Are you that scared of democracy? Not seen a reply from you and wouldnt want you to "forget" this with a new thread...

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Answering the last couple of posts about another referendum from the end of the last thread the options would be the same as before.

 

Leave or stay.

 

However if a Remain party or coalition won an election then the whole sorry mess could be sacked off altogether by simply revoking Article 50.

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  2 hours ago, Dromedary said:

And here is the other part of that definition you left out:

 

Coup:  an instance of successfully achieving something difficult. 

 

Makes more sense now doesn't it!

 

Quoted by Geared:

 

"No, because thats not the way you constructed the sentence so it's the incorrect use of the word."

 

I didnt suggest that Abott, Labour or anyone else take up arms, or as you define coup "use sudden, violent, and illegal seizure of power from a government." However others on here are suggesting otherwise.

 

Just to add, Boris is doing neither but using his legal powers given to him as PM. The Queen has accepted his request and now we have wee Krankie and others using the Scottish legal system trying to circumvent her Maj's decision.

 

 

Edited by Dromedary

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You're supposed to leave the bickering in the other thread 👍

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24 minutes ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Answering the last couple of posts about another referendum from the end of the last thread the options would be the same as before.

 

Leave or stay.

 

However if a Remain party or coalition won an election then the whole sorry mess could be sacked off altogether by simply revoking Article 50.

But like Bilge said it (the options) would have to be leave without a deal, or stay wouldn't it?  This is likely to tip the vote towards 'stay', because many 'leavers' want to leave- but only with a deal in place. So then, although the country has voted to stay, negotiations to leave must carry on, to try to reach a deal, because the majority may still wish to leave the EU!?!

Doesnt this mean that the UK or other EU member can only ever likely leave the union if they are prepared to jump off a cliff into the unknown? 

Edited by lil-minx92

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4 minutes ago, lil-minx92 said:

Doesnt this mean that the UK or other EU member can only ever likely leave the union if they are prepared to jump off a cliff into the unknown? 

Well after we do it then it won't be the unknown.

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If they need more time to debate Brexit why not just cancel the ridiculous party conferences? 

 

They are just back from a recess then they all pile off to the seaside to make speeches and pointless promises they have no intentions to keep. 

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1 minute ago, taxman said:

If they need more time to debate Brexit why not just cancel the ridiculous party conferences? 

Probably the same reason they didn't cancel the 6 week summer holiday.

 

Can't let nonsense like the future of the country get in the way of a good ole jolly.

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3 minutes ago, taxman said:

If they need more time to debate Brexit why not just cancel the ridiculous party conferences? 

 

They are just back from a recess then they all pile off to the seaside to make speeches and pointless promises they have no intentions to keep. 

Not true!

 

It is absolutely vital that Labour’s September conference takes place and passes a motion to say that Labour is fully in favour of remaining in the EU and will campaign as such.

 

Then Corbyn will have to suck it up or stand down

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This session of parliament is now the longest since the early 18th century and it’s got to end eventually. Having listened to MPs from both sides and others I now can’t see what all the trouble is. 

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31 minutes ago, taxman said:

If they need more time to debate Brexit why not just cancel the ridiculous party conferences? 

 

They are just back from a recess then they all pile off to the seaside to make speeches and pointless promises they have no intentions to keep. 

Don't say that. Farage is coming to Southport next week and I've just stocked up on milk and Nesquik (I can't afford £5 milk shakes)

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