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Does the Tory deal mean we have to obey EU foreign policy and sign up to an EU army?

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3 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Does the Tory deal mean we have to obey EU foreign policy and sign up to an EU army?

It doesn’t say we won’t. It is ironically not legally binding because it is NOT a Treaty. 

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9 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Does the Tory deal mean we have to obey EU foreign policy and sign up to an EU army?

Not that I know of - but neither would remaining.

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20 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Does the Tory deal mean we have to obey EU foreign policy and sign up to an EU army?

For someone with such robust views on the EU, you have a very shaky grasp upon how it works.

 

What do you think about the banana problem?

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1 hour ago, Car Boot said:

and sign up to an EU army?

I know the answer to that if you are interested, but first of all you need to answer my question I already asked you. When are Turkey joining the EU?

 

Bluff? nope, I really do know the answer.

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6 minutes ago, Dardandec said:

I know the answer to that if you are interested, but first of all you need to answer my question I already asked you. When are Turkey joining the EU?

 

Bluff? nope, I really do know the answer.

I know the answer to this! When Greece and Cyprus decide not to veto! Which is NEVER!

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1 hour ago, Car Boot said:

Does the Tory deal mean we have to obey EU foreign policy and sign up to an EU army?

We won’t sign up but if we’re not in we can’t veto it so the first thing they’ll do is invade us, murder us in our beds and make us speak french and eat bratwurst which is really bad for coz I read it has nitrates and that in it so we’ll get eurocancer.

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8 hours ago, Albert the Cat said:

Yet you are terrified to ask the question. 
 

The young v old demographic voting of the referendum is not flawed it is backed up by numerous analysis from the likes of the LSE for example. What is your theory? That the young overwhelmingly prefer Leave? Your hypothesis without evidence to support it is laughable. You can’t simply repeat something and eventually think it will be true. Any educated person would know this.  

I'm terrified of few things, but a referendum's not one of them.

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7 hours ago, RJRB said:

Following the democratic vote it would seem that we may have a sort of mid shade of grey deal out of the 50 or so that have been discussed.There is to be no opportunity to do the obvious,fair and logical thing which is to vote on the 2 options.This deal or Remain.

Now that would be democratic!

That would be totally undemocratic.

 

The question whether to remain has already been put to the electorate and an answer was given.

 

If you want a vote on the deal now, the options on the paper have to be Boris's deal, or no deal 

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6 hours ago, geared said:

Democratic vote passes the Benn Bill

 

*Headbangers*

 

Pull the other one, you might yank Farage off with it.

The majority voted to leave.  Cameron said this would be enacted immediately and there would be no single market, no customs union, blah blah blah.  So the majority voted for that.  By taking no deal off the table, Benn has removed what the majority voted for, weakened our position, and plunged us into a terrible amount of debt.

 

Benn is the one who is giving Farage pleasure, as core Labour voters feel let down and will vote accordingly.

6 hours ago, Pettytom said:

 

 

What do you think about the banana problem?

Do you mean the fact that the UK has become a banana republic?

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So here is my prediction. Johnson’s deal will WIN but with Letwin Amendment attached. 
 

Anyone want to counter?

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Watching the Brexit deal vote, fabulous viewing.  Diane Abbott has been asleep for the majority of it? 

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