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Still waiting for a credible source.

 

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23 minutes ago, Obelix said:

Still waiting for a credible source.

 

I'm sure he'll come up with a Daily Mail source soon or possibly a Daily Express one, might be behind the warning for the worst winter in history though. I've got October the 15th on the work (well, now ex-work 😐)  sweepstake on the Express warning, 50 quid in it :)

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4 minutes ago, whiteowl said:

I'm sure he'll come up with a Daily Mail source soon or possibly a Daily Express one,

I doubt it.

 

Have you looked at the twitter accounts he is quoting from?

 

Complete conspiracy alt-right nut jobs who seem to be using Brexit hysteria as clickbait for their twitter accounts.

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6 hours ago, XXTickerXX said:

 

The quotation marks around the can legally stop Brexit extension say it all.

They can't.

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8 hours ago, Obelix said:

Still waiting for a credible source.

 

 

BBC?

 

 

 

 

 

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You missed a bit. It seems that Boris isn’t so averse to the undemocratic backstop after all

 

 

Edited by Pettytom

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We don't know  after the next General Election  whether the Tory Party will have a majority in Parliament without needing the support of the DUP.  A General Election before the EU summit would have told us whether their support is needed.  Alterations to the Backstop, in it applying just to Northern Ireland are more likely to get through Parliament if the DUP are no longer required to support the Tory Party to govern after the next General Election.  If that scenario occurred then a referendum could be offered to just the people of Northern Ireland asking  if they wanted either a backstop or a hard border.

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10 hours ago, Longcol said:

No chance.

 

Brexit doesn't meet any of the criteria in the Act.

Are you sure?

 

Boris Johnson: With a Bound Set Free

Dr. Sean Gabb has a solution to Boris Johnson's legislative problem which will wipe the smile off Remainer faces.

http://www.thecommentator.com/article/7463/boris_johnson_with_a_bound_set_free#disqus_thread

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7 minutes ago, retep said:

Are you sure?

 

Boris Johnson: With a Bound Set Free

Dr. Sean Gabb has a solution to Boris Johnson's legislative problem which will wipe the smile off Remainer faces.

http://www.thecommentator.com/article/7463/boris_johnson_with_a_bound_set_free#disqus_thread

An interesting read.  Those posters mocking Boris by saying Parliament have taken away his powers should prepare themselves for a surprise.

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9 hours ago, whiteowl said:

I'm sure he'll come up with a Daily Mail source soon or possibly a Daily Express one, might be behind the warning for the worst winter in history though. I've got October the 15th on the work (well, now ex-work 😐)  sweepstake on the Express warning, 50 quid in it :)

Early one this year!

 

UK weather alert: ‘Beast from East’ warning as Britain braces for coldest winter in YEARS

https://www.express.co.uk/news/weather/1175432/uk-weather-forecast-long-range-weather-forecast-winter-forecast-snow-beast-from-east

 

 

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29 minutes ago, retep said:

Are you sure?

 

Boris Johnson: With a Bound Set Free

Dr. Sean Gabb has a solution to Boris Johnson's legislative problem which will wipe the smile off Remainer faces.

http://www.thecommentator.com/article/7463/boris_johnson_with_a_bound_set_free#disqus_thread

Ah Dr Sean Gabb. That well known authority. 

 

Let’s see shall we. I say that Johnson doesn’t have the bottle to declare an emergency. Mostly because he’ll lose most of his remaining senior support, including his attorney general if he does. 

 

Get ready for a slightly watered down version of May’s deal. It is the only way out. Even no deal leads to May’s deal in the end. He’s in Ireland at the moment making just those noises.

 

Theresa May’s deal, or no Brexit. Take your pick.

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1 hour ago, Lockdoctor said:

If that scenario occurred then a referendum could be offered to just the people of Northern Ireland asking  if they wanted either a backstop or a hard border.

No need.

 

In 1998 the Irish people North and South voted overwhelmingly against a hard border which is why the backstop is a legal necessity to protect it.

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