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Mod Note: As we are getting rather tired of seeing reports about this. The use of the word Remoaners  is to cease. Either posts like adults, or don't post at all. The mod warnings have been clear.

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In addition to remoaner we are also not going to allow the use of libdums or liebore - if you cannot behave like adults and post without recourse to these childish insults then please refrain from posting. If you have a problem with this then you all know where the helpdesk is. 

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11 minutes ago, apelike said:

Actually she wasn't, and also isn't entitled to serve the full term. She was elected to serve for up to five years under the fixed term parliament act or until parliament is dissolved, whichever is the sooner. 

But the fixed term parliament act makes five years the expected norm.

 

The only way that it can be fewer than five years is with the consent of the opposition.

 

Its the law. No more to add.

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1 hour ago, Pettytom said:

Anna Soubry was elected to Parliament for a five year term.

 

She is entitled to serve that term.

 

The Tory voters of Browtowe  expected to have Tory MP for a five year term because the Tory candidate won the Browtowe  seat at the 2017 General Election.  

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4 minutes ago, Lockdoctor said:

The Tory voters of Browtowe  expected to have Tory MP for a five year term because the Tory candidate won the Browtowe  seat at the 2017 General Election.  

No, the Tory voters of Browtowe  expected to have Anna Soubry for a five year term because Anna Soubrey won the Browtowe  seat at the 2017 General Election.  

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11 minutes ago, Lockdoctor said:

The Tory voters of Browtowe  expected to have Tory MP for a five year term because the Tory candidate won the Browtowe  seat at the 2017 General Election.  

Incorrect.

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1 hour ago, Car Boot said:

Most Remainer MPs demand that another referendum takes place before a general election (a referendum without the option to vote for a no deal Brexit BUT with an option to vote for the already rejected Remain). But a referendum can never happen in this zombie Parliament, it has very little support - apart from a few anti-democracy extremists.

 

The EU didn't protect us from the sale of council houses.  The EU exists to protect four basic freedoms for business. 

 

Let's get Brexit done then we can all sit down with a nice cuppa.

Do you mean to tell me that the UK government doesn't have to blindly follow the EU ?

 

Because that would mean we never gave up sovereignty in the first place.

 

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25 minutes ago, Lockdoctor said:

The Tory voters of Browtowe  expected to have Tory MP for a five year term because the Tory candidate won the Browtowe  seat at the 2017 General Election.  

What is on the ballot paper first? The person or the party? If it was just the party and nothing else, then why have the persons name on the ballot paper?

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9 hours ago, Lockdoctor said:

The intention of the fixed term Parliament Act wasn't to allow the opposition parties to block whatever the Government wants to do. 

Quite, they should be doing that regardless of the FTPA. 

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4 hours ago, Car Boot said:

Let's have a Brexit general election in December!

Whats a Brexit general election?

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4 hours ago, Car Boot said:

Let's have a Brexit general election in December!

 

Or are the Remainers frit?

How about a 2nd referendum to confirm the 2016 one? or are you frit?

And then an election to confirm the results of the referendum?

 

Or are you frit?

 

<cue the excuses>

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35 minutes ago, Litotes said:

How about a 2nd referendum to confirm the 2016 one? or are you frit?

And then an election to confirm the results of the referendum?

 

Or are you frit?

 

<cue the excuses>

How are you going to get a second referendum in this Parliament?  Answer: You're absolutely NOT.

 

The second referendum supporters among our current batch of MPs are not there in numbers - ask any People's Vote campaigner. Even if they were, the Tories would need to be replaced by a government of National Unity which also is simply NOT going to happen. Especially now the Lib Dems have abstained on a motion to protect the NHS from further privatisation.

 

So the only option is for a Brexit dominated general election. 

 

Or are the Remainers frit?

 

December Brexit general election - bring it on. 

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1 hour ago, Dardandec said:

Whats a Brexit general election?

It's any general election that happens before the UK Leaves the EU.

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8 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

How are you going to get a second referendum in this Parliament?  Answer: You're absolutely NOT.

 

The second referendum supporters among our current batch of MPs are not there in numbers - ask any People's Vote campaigner. Even if they were, the Tories would need to be replaced by a government of National Unity which also is simply NOT going to happen. Especially now the Lib Dems have abstained on a motion to protect the NHS from further privatisation.

 

So the only option is for a Brexit dominated general election. 

 

Or are the Remainers frit?

 

December Brexit general election - bring it on. 

We don’t need a GE.

 

The opposition alliance have Johnson’s extremists exactly where they want them. Why would anyone want to spoil that?


Least of all a socialist....

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