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22 minutes ago, Lockdoctor said:

I seem to recall Lord John Mann stating the Labour Party would have a landslide victory at the next General Election,  if Corbyn wasn't the Labour Party leader.  

Yes, and Stephen Kinnock and other Labour right-wingers. In fact hey were relying on a massive defeat in 2017 to get rid of Corbyn.

 

Remind me again how that went? 😂

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5 hours ago, Albert the Cat said:

Not only that, he doesn’t get that our democracy is not delegated by the people. He just doesn’t get it. 

And you, obviously, cannot read.

5 hours ago, Albert the Cat said:

Mis quoted your post instead of another. 

Why should I surrender my country to the likes of you? No, we’ll fight for what we want by any legal and political means possible. Learn to play the game or just go home. 

It's called democracy.

5 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

It’s a while since I have heard this pathetic whine. 🙄

 

Why should the majority of Britons leave their own land because a minority of deluded crackpots say that they should? Just like MPs reclaimed Parliament from the minority government, we shall reclaim our nation from the bunch of red-faced, swivel eyed loons waving their three year old discredited referendum like a torn, dirty flag.

 

Never forget that you Brexiteers represent a diminishing minority of our fellow citizens.

I think you've got your facts mixed up there.

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5 hours ago, ads36 said:

And there was me, thinking that leaving the EU meant we would look out to a wider world, with a warm, open, cordial smile.

So why do you want to overturn the referendum result then?

2 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Yes, and Stephen Kinnock and other Labour right-wingers. In fact hey were relying on a massive defeat in 2017 to get rid of Corbyn.

 

Remind me again how that went? 😂

You definitely don't strike me as a Corbyn supporter.

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23 minutes ago, Lex Luthor said:

You definitely don't strike me as a Corbyn supporter.

I’m a Labour supporter and know that unless Labour goes into a General election as a fully fledged Remain party they will lose a ton of votes to the Lib Dems, moderate Conservatives, the SNP in Scotland and Greens meaning the best that can be hoped for is a coalition.

 

That fully fledged Remain party cannot be led by a Brexiteer like Corbyn.

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Remember when Mogg said we could have 2 referendums ('da?) ?

 

He's allowed to change his mind, why aren't we?

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11 hours ago, Lockdoctor said:

My sincere apologises,  I forgot you are French and appreciate the surrender to Germany in 1940 is not one of your county's greatest achievements.

Your apologies are not required, nor worth the bandwidth to post them: all you did was re-demonstrate the extent of your ignorance about history. I seem to recall that you're not British yourself? Perhaps that explains it.

 

Not that it matters: speaking of achievements, the only tangible achieving of the past 3 years by anyone, is by disaster capitalists backing Vote Leave and Boris in 2016 and since, whilst betting against the UK economy to the tune of some £8.3bn's worth of shorting positions. Is there such a thing as indicting a Prime Minister for insider trading?

 

People voting leave (and now re-Leavers like you) are just sheep being herded about the paddock for some creeps' payday. Enjoy the running, don't mind me watching amused.

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9 hours ago, Eater Sundae said:

If there was a new referendum, which way would you vote?

I wouldn't vote in a new referendum.

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8 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Yes, and Stephen Kinnock and other Labour right-wingers. In fact hey were relying on a massive defeat in 2017 to get rid of Corbyn.

 

Remind me again how that went? 😂

You're correct they expected a massive defeat but unfortunate for the Labour Party they did much better than expected and are still stuck with Corbyn.  

 

I will remind you the Labour Party came second in the 2017 General Election.  Normally when either the Labour Party or the Tory Party come second in a General Election, it is judged as a defeat.

Edited by Lockdoctor

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Let's just get Brexit over and done with. We've had enough of the rich establishment interfering to get their own way and trying to stop Brexit from happening. As has been proved with  José Manuel Barroso and Olly Robins the EU is a front for Goldman Sachs, and others, to exploit the European workers. 

 

Better Off Out.

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"we didn't vote to leave without a deal, that wasn't the message of the campaign I helped lead"

 

Gove. March, this year.

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"only a madman would leave the single market" 

 

Owen Patterson, Vote Leave.

 

 

"would it be so terrible if we were like Norway? They're rich, happy and self governing"

 

Farage, 2013.

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7 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

I’m a Labour supporter and know that unless Labour goes into a General election as a fully fledged Remain party they will lose a ton of votes to the Lib Dems, moderate Conservatives, the SNP in Scotland and Greens meaning the best that can be hoped for is a coalition.

 

That fully fledged Remain party cannot be led by a Brexiteer like Corbyn.

But if they  do go in as a Remain party they then lose all the Leave votes. In the referrendum 148 Labour consituencies voted Leave,  84 Remain.

 

Suddenly dropping Corbyn and promoting Remain isn't going to sway people.  Look at how badly Miliband did after Brown.

 

Labour's "punishment" period from voters for Blair & Brown is far from over

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