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25 minutes ago, hobinfoot said:

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. 

Parliament is usually closed for 4 or 5 days to start a new session and the Queen's speech. Boris wants to close it for that many weeks. If it was just about starting a new session there's no reason for it to take longer than it usually does.

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1 hour 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. 

I’m looking forward to the Tory conference.

 

It should be spectacular.

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10 minutes ago, Pettytom said:

I’m looking forward to the Tory conference.

 

It should be spectacular.

It's in Manchester.

 

They will be checking passports for Catholics from York with ideas.....

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The only person I know who voted leave for a sensible reason, did so because he believed that it would destroy the Tory party.

 

With Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davison threatening to quit he may well be right. 😂

 

“Scottish Tory leader Davidson 'on verge of quitting”

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-49502861

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I really don’t understand why people are getting so out of kilter with the prospect of a new session of parliament. If it’s because it’s made it harder to stop brexit then they parliament have had Over 3 years stalling and they also had 3 chances to have got a deal and blew it. The people of this country are fed up to the back teeth with this useless parliament. 

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7 minutes ago, hobinfoot said:

I really don’t understand why people are getting so out of kilter with the prospect of a new session of parliament. If it’s because it’s made it harder to stop brexit then they parliament have had Over 3 years stalling and they also had 3 chances to have got a deal and blew it. The people of this country are fed up to the back teeth with this useless parliament. 

So have a general election.

 

Drain the swamp!

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3 hours ago, Obelix said:

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...

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

Democracy is delivering the result of the referendum. What is undemocratic is trying to stop Brexit. 

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Heres the petition ;)

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/269157

19 minutes ago, hobinfoot said:

I really don’t understand why people are getting so out of kilter with the prospect of a new session of parliament. If it’s because it’s made it harder to stop brexit then they parliament have had Over 3 years stalling and they also had 3 chances to have got a deal and blew it. The people of this country are fed up to the back teeth with this useless parliament. 

because its nothing to do with what you said and all about Boris and his right wing dictatorship, hypocrisy, a lack of parliamentary sovereignty, a lack of democrasy all to sneak brexit in via the back door...it stinks.

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5 minutes ago, Penistone999 said:

Democracy is delivering the result of the referendum. What is undemocratic is trying to stop Brexit. 

Not to the point of circumnavigate our tried and tested parliamentary checks and balances.

 

What Johnson is doing is taking a big dump on our democratic system. You want a load of new mps to rubber stamp a no deal.

 

Put it this way, if prime minister corbyn pulled the same stunt to do something you don't like, would you accept it?

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1 minute ago, tinfoilhat said:

Not to the point of circumnavigate our tried and tested parliamentary checks and balances.

 

What Johnson is doing is taking a big dump on our democratic system. You want a load of new mps to rubber stamp a no deal.

 

Put it this way, if prime minister corbyn pulled the same stunt to do something you don't like, would you accept it?

would he smeg, theyve just been bleating about democracy for months and yet now democracy is being bypassed to sneak it in they are happy, bunch of hypocrites

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3 minutes ago, melthebell said:

Heres the petition ;)

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/269157

because its nothing to do with what you said and all about Boris and his right wing dictatorship, hypocrisy, a lack of parliamentary sovereignty, a lack of democrasy all to sneak brexit in via the back door...it stinks.

They parliament have had over 3 years trying to stop brexit all together. So saying that this is sneaking brexit in by the backdoor is ridiculous.

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6 minutes ago, hobinfoot said:

They parliament have had over 3 years trying to stop brexit all together. So saying that this is sneaking brexit in by the backdoor is ridiculous.

It's a numbers thing and Johnson, like May before him, hasn't got them. That's how our system works. If he wants to push a no deal through - and that's all that's left - then he needs to fill his benches with mps with the same idea he has. It's that simple.

 

He hasn't got the ******** to do that so he's cheating.

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