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Which option would you prefer?

  • Leave with no deal

    Votes: 122 74.4%
  • Leave with the WA without the backstop

    Votes: 42 25.6%

  • Total voters
    164
  • Poll closed .
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mcbainne

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Remainers complain about the Torys, but back a puppet government, that has a leader hand picked behind closed doors. Receiving backing from the likes of the SNP in return for another Scottish referendum for independence. It's just laughable.
You're literally just making stuff up now, your rage is laughable :laugh:

The Tories are only still in power due to the DUP bung :rotfl::rotfl:
 

TaurusDevil

Well-known Member
Priti Patel wants an australian based points system for immigration after brexit. That will fuel more xenophobia then! :thumbsdow
 
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gamerste

Well-known Member
So in your opinion what would that sorted deal be?
Labour 6 tests

Does it ensure a strong and collaborative future relationship with the EU?
2. Does it deliver the “exact same benefits” as we currently have as members of the Single Market and Customs Union?
3. Does it ensure the fair management of migration in the interests of the economy and communities?
4. Does it defend rights and protections and prevent a race to the bottom?
5. Does it protect national security and our capacity to tackle cross-border crime?
6. Does it deliver for all regions and nations of the UK?
 

Bigfingers

Distinguished Member
You're literally just making stuff up now, your rage is laughable :laugh:

The Tories are only still in power due to the DUP bung :rotfl::rotfl:
Rage? Do you know what actual rage is?

The Torys were elected by the electorate, Like it or not.

The new puppet government is elected by themselves

Big difference.
 

raduv1

Distinguished Member
Genuine party members,your getting silly now and I mean sonic silly.
Yep all 313,000 members voted for jezza to disrupt the party.
And all 500,000 members are there just to disrupt things.
You may of lost the plot a lil there fella as JC keeps on declining a GE even though he was gagging for one .

It ain't a good look for the electorate, is it ?
 

mcbainne

Well-known Member
Rage? Do you know what actual rage is?

The Torys were elected by the electorate, Like it or not.

The new puppet government is elected by themselves

Big difference.
Apparently the rioting hoardes are going to show us rage soon enough if their unicorn brexit isn't delivered o_O

There is no puppet government as there hasn't been a VONC and it doesn't look likely
 

IronGiant

Moderator
Genuine party members,your getting silly now and I mean sonic silly.
Not as silly as someone who pretends that some people never signed up just to disrupt the process.
Whether it's 100K or 500K, neither leader is elected by the people as a whole. Or are you avoiding that point?
 

SteakAndCake

Distinguished Member
Remainers complain about the Torys, but back a puppet government, that has a leader hand picked behind closed doors. Receiving backing from the likes of the SNP in return for another Scottish referendum for independence. It's just laughable.
As opposed to bribing the DUP to prop up a minority Tory government?
 

gamerste

Well-known Member
Not as silly as someone who pretends that some people never signed up just to disrupt the process.
Whether it's 100K or 500K, neither leader is elected by the people as a whole. Or are you avoiding that point?
You said that jezza was elected by people rigging the vote.
That's silly.
Last I'm going to say on the subject
 

LM1405

Well-known Member
Labour 6 tests

Does it ensure a strong and collaborative future relationship with the EU?
2. Does it deliver the “exact same benefits” as we currently have as members of the Single Market and Customs Union?
3. Does it ensure the fair management of migration in the interests of the economy and communities?
4. Does it defend rights and protections and prevent a race to the bottom?
5. Does it protect national security and our capacity to tackle cross-border crime?
6. Does it deliver for all regions and nations of the UK?
1. We can have a future relationship after we leave.
2. We vote to leave the SM & CU, so thats a no starter.
3. No FOM, points based system.
4. We had rights before we joined the EU and will have them when we leave.
5. We have some of the best intelligence officers in the world, the EU and Europe depend on us for a lot of their intel.
6. Does it now, has it ever and any government?

You and JC live in cloud cuckoo land.
 

raduv1

Distinguished Member
When no deal is off the table then we can have a GE.
No Deal is off the bloody table innit ? Do we really have to keep drawing it out for party politics , cus that is all it is . Brexit is a secondary consideration .
 

gamerste

Well-known Member
No Deal is off the bloody table innit ? Do we really have to keep drawing it out for party politics , cus that is all it is . Brexit is a secondary consideration .
With any other prime minister then yes probably, but this untrustworthy one ?
No not yet, when he's got an extension and can't leave without a deal on the 31st then we will have a GE.
Will Boris have one then ?
 

richp007

Distinguished Member
No Deal is off the bloody table innit ? Do we really have to keep drawing it out for party politics , cus that is all it is . Brexit is a secondary consideration .
No Deal isn't off the table until Johnson asks for an extension.

There won't be any movement on an election till after October 19th.
 

raduv1

Distinguished Member
No Deal isn't off the table until Johnson asks for an extension.

There won't be any movement on an election till after October 19th.
But that in all effects has been nullified has it not by parliament ? This was the whole point was it not ?
 

gamerste

Well-known Member
But that in all effects has been nullified has it not by parliament ? This was the whole point was it not ?
Talking about Boris Johnson here his political life depends on leaving on the 31st October he will do everything possible to break the law
 
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