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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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4 minutes ago, Pettytom said:

Why are you so keen to see an increased Tory majority in Parliament?

 

 

Change the record. Haven't we been here before?

 

Labour went into the 2017 general election 20 points down. They achieved a huge increase in their vote share, picking up over 30 seats. Many safe Tory seats were turned into marginals, and Jeremy destroyed the only absolute Tory majority in 20 years. Not bad for someone constantly written off by the media and their Blairite friends.

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Just now, Car Boot said:

Change the record. Haven't we been here before?

 

Labour went into the 2017 general election 20 points down. They achieved a huge increase in their vote share, picking up over 30 seats. Many safe Tory seats were turned into marginals, and Jeremy destroyed the only absolute Tory majority in 20 years. Not bad for someone constantly written off by the media and their Blairite friends.

But he wants a people's vote and will campaign for remain. Is he a traitor?

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12 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Change the record. Haven't we been here before?

 

Labour went into the 2017 general election 20 points down. They achieved a huge increase in their vote share, picking up over 30 seats. Many safe Tory seats were turned into marginals, and Jeremy destroyed the only absolute Tory majority in 20 years. Not bad for someone constantly written off by the media and their Blairite friends.

We’ve not been here before at all.

 

So called Marxists, consorting with the Bullingdon club and Anne Widdecombe, to usher in a far right Tory Government.

 

You should be ashamed

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26 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Change the record. Haven't we been here before?

 

Labour went into the 2017 general election 20 points down. They achieved a huge increase in their vote share, picking up over 30 seats. Many safe Tory seats were turned into marginals

He managed that because he promised the moon on a stick. Wipe out student debt, re-nationalise everything, tax the wealthy (good luck to any government who try's that) , the list was endless.  An economist at the  time said he pledged over a trillion pounds worth of spending. It was impossible to deliver, certainly in one parliament. Now the clever thing is, Mr. Corbyn is a very clever man, and he plays the long game. But that can backfire sometimes and I hope he will inadvertently destroy Brexit in the process  ;) . It would be worth paying more tax under a Labour government for that. Brexit general election coming soon? (whatever one of those are) Mr. Corbyn, keep playing your long game. :)

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1 hour ago, Car Boot said:

Leaving the EU means that EU regulations on privatisation and curbing state spending can be scrapped. FACT.

I’m sure that will be uppermost in the minds of Johnson, Cummings, Rees-Mogg and Aaron Banks if the Tories win another term. 🙄

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8 hours ago, Car Boot said:

The majority of the establishment and the bosses back Remain because leaving the EU will hurt profits. FACT.

 

Leaving the EU means that EU regulations on privatisation and curbing state spending can be scrapped. FACT.

The UK isn’t in the Eurozone and state spending is curbed under it’s own volition. FACT. 
 

The UK has privatised more than any other EU nation. FACT.

 

The majority of Brexit backing MPs and bosses do so to profiteer. FACT.

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9 hours ago, Pettytom said:

Why are you so keen to see an increased Tory majority in Parliament?

 

You don't seem to want either Brexit or a general election to break the current Parliamentary stalemate. You just want another referendum to overturn the democratic outcome of June 2016.

 

What kind of democrat are you?

Edited by Car Boot

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On 26 October 2019 at 23:16, CaptainSwing said:

Estonia perhaps?  Though France, with arguably the most right-wing government in the EU, is on that journey.

With the UK out, there is an opening, with strong FDI outcomes (that have already started to play out in some sectors).

 

That is Macron's long game and, with reference to his 'bad cop' act in the extension talks, why he's gradually pushing you out.

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1 hour ago, Car Boot said:

You just want another referendum to overturn the democratic outcome of June 2016.

As I have pointed out a number of times on here, the 2016 referendum is a matter of historical record and therefore can’t be overturned without a time machine. 🙄

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1 hour ago, Car Boot said:

You don't seem to want either Brexit or a general election to break the current Parliamentary stalemate. You just want another referendum to overturn the democratic outcome of June 2016.

 

What kind of democrat are you?

He's a cherry-picker democrat.

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1 hour ago, Car Boot said:

You don't seem to want either Brexit or a general election to break the current Parliamentary stalemate. You just want another referendum to overturn the democratic outcome of June 2016.

 

What kind of democrat are you?

A democratic exercise to supersede a legitimate result. This is how laws are made and repealed.  So what is the problem exactly?

 

Edit: need to make it clear this is that happens in the HoC. I know how stupid some of you are if the dots aren’t joined completely. So if it is enough for the HoC then why not for us?

Edited by Albert the Cat

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