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Let me make this perfectly clear - any personal attacks will get you a suspension. The moderating team is not going to continually issue warnings. If you cannot remain civil and post within forum rules then do not bother to contribute.

 

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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The personal attacks can cease now. Debate like grown ups please. 

 

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3 hours ago, Litotes said:

They voted him and his lapdogs into power and then he turned into this idiot

Turned into one?

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On 11/09/2020 at 23:40, Dardandec said:

Turned into one?

Johnson set to opt out of human rights laws:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/09/12/boris-johnson-set-opt-human-rights-laws/

 

The great ‘Charter of Human Rights’ was envisioned by one Winston Churchill!

 

He  championed and advocated its creation.

 

It's eventual implementation was named the ECHR, the UK drafted the majority of the convention, and was the first signatory...

 

...so much for those Churchill comparisons :roll:

 

How low we have sunk :(

 

 

 

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Former Prime Minister's Major and Blair who took us deeper and deeper into the EU without our consent are now moaning again about our decision to Leave the EU and breaking international law. 

 

Considering what these two have done to the country, and especially Tony Blair lecturing us on destabilising peace and the reputational damage of violating international law, I say bring on the No Deal Brexit.

Edited by Car Boot

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Buckland says he would resign if the U.K. broke the law in a way that he finds unacceptable!

Politicians have a way with words .

I thought that breaking the law was unacceptable.

 

 

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24 minutes ago, RJRB said:

Buckland says he would resign if the U.K. broke the law in a way that he finds unacceptable!

Politicians have a way with words .

I thought that breaking the law was unacceptable.

No surprise there, they have previous!

 

Like Nicky Morgans scruples... if whoever is offering a bung doesn't like them, she has others.

 

Edited by Magilla

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17 hours ago, Car Boot said:

Former Prime Minister's Major and Blair who took us deeper and deeper into the EU without our consent are now moaning again about our decision to Leave the EU and breaking international law. 

 

Considering what these two have done to the country, and especially Tony Blair lecturing us on destabilising peace and the reputational damage of violating international law, I say bring on the No Deal Brexit.

So you want to break international law (like blair did) and you don't think that will hurt our international reputation (like the Iraq war did). 

 

Did somebody say double standards? 

 

Any way, what do you think about the Japan trade deal and specifically the bit about state aid? Or do we bin that as well as we see fit?

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Its amazing how often this "international law" is broken.    Canada has broken it a few times - with illegal dumping and their change on cannabis use.

 

Even the EU themselves broke it a few days ago with regard to migrants.

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18 hours ago, Car Boot said:

Former Prime Minister's Major and Blair who took us deeper and deeper into the EU without our consent are now moaning again about our decision to Leave the EU and breaking international law. 

 

Considering what these two have done to the country, and especially Tony Blair lecturing us on destabilising peace and the reputational damage of violating international law, I say bring on the No Deal Brexit.

The former Prime Ministers should have all kept quiet given they are all remainers. David Cameron's comments are amusing because he said breaking international law should only be a last resort. Now is a good time as ever to break international law because all the Brexit shenanigans are a one off. Given the fact that the EU haven't acted in good faith during the trade negotiations it is arguable the UK government are justified in introducing a domestic law that overrides international law. 

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49 minutes ago, alchresearch said:

Canada has broken it a few times - with illegal dumping and their change on cannabis use.

Care for a link? I'm intrigued.

 

Was that the result of legislating votes by Canada?

50 minutes ago, alchresearch said:

Its amazing how often this "international law" is broken.    Canada has broken it a few times - with illegal dumping and their change on cannabis use.

 

Even the EU themselves broke it a few days ago with regard to migrants.

Same again, link please as I'm intrigued, given that there is no single 'EU' entity, but a collective of 27 member states.

 

Which international law did 'the EU' breach how?

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21 hours ago, Magilla said:

Johnson set to opt out of human rights laws:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/09/12/boris-johnson-set-opt-human-rights-laws/

 

The great ‘Charter of Human Rights’ was envisioned by one Winston Churchill!

 

He  championed and advocated its creation.

 

It's eventual implementation was named the ECHR, the UK drafted the majority of the convention, and was the first signatory...

 

...so much for those Churchill comparisons :roll:

 

How low we have sunk :(

Theresa May started on that one before Johnson, she'd never got over the losses which the ECtHR had inflicted upon her during her tenure as Home Secretary.

 

It was always going to happen anyway, what with the changing British political landscape, as I remember discussing it time and again 4+ years ago (if not earlier, but can't be ar5ed to search further).

 

How accidentally prophetic was that mention of Belarus and ECHR in the same post, when you look at what's happening there right now...and how prophetic could this new mention of Belarus and ECHR in a Brexit thread prove, in years to come, if the modern-day Tories vote the Internal Market Bill through tonight and continue on their merry rule-by-decree power grab?  :(

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Milliband, brought in at the last minute, owns Boris' on his own deal!

 

 

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