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NO DEAL

Started by: goodlife2
On: 04/12/2018 | 23:28
Replies: 69
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by: majorincident
on: 05/12/2018 | 13:57

@standardbearer wrote:


... there should have been a leaver negotiating.

David Davis, a leave supporter, was given the job of Brexit Secretary and did bugger all.  Dominic Raab is also a leave supporter as is the present Brexit Secretary, Stephen Barclay, although he has nothing to do since Mrs May effectively took control after Davis.

The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars but in ourselves.
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by: tooltrader
on: 05/12/2018 | 14:14
Not like you andy,link items were very poor attempts from the remainers dont you think.
I get it in both ears,in London its all my toff clients trying to happy clap there way to another vote(no theyre not giffgaffers,I doubt theyve even heard of them)and when I'm up north people just associate wealth(London)holding hands with more wealth(EU).
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by: k89bpa
on: 05/12/2018 | 14:30

@k89bpa wrote:

Good grief.

I'm doubling down on the above.

 

I can't believe the ignorant claptrap which some are posting. 

 

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Message 63 of 70
by: tooltrader
on: 05/12/2018 | 14:32
pot kettle.
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by: andyslc
on: 05/12/2018 | 14:38

What @tradertall? You mean a no deal solution wouldn’t be as straightforward as Boris et al say? Would be thunked it. (Not then apparently)

 

Putin smells blood,

Veni vidi dormivi
Message 65 of 70
by: andyslc
on: 05/12/2018 | 14:43 edited: 05/12/2018 | 14:47

@tooltrader He first article wasn’t a Remain article at all, it was an article about the north south divide. The other was just to give flesh to the bones of my point. If Northerners are relying on leaving the EU for an improvement in their lot they need to think again. The damage is being done by their own government.

 

These aren’t made up figures. The first article is recent. If people wish to ignore fact, irrefutable fact then that’s up to them but it does open up the whole case that people didn’t really understand the situation before choosing to vote.

 

edit: I thouht the article you posted the other day about Burnt Oak was pretty good (if poorly worded and meandering at times). Chip off the Suns usual flakey bias and it gave a good portrayal of why some people would choose to vote Leave. 

Veni vidi dormivi
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by: k89bpa
on: 05/12/2018 | 14:48

@andyslc wrote:

... but it does open up he whole case that people didn’t really understand the situation before choosing to vote.

You're just reaching that conclusion?

 

It was evident long before the referendum was called that this was the case.

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by: majorincident
on: 05/12/2018 | 14:49

@tooltrader wrote:

when I'm up north people just associate wealth(London)holding hands with more wealth(EU).

You've never been to Harrogate then @tooltrader.  Not everywhere 'oop north' is grindingly poor. 

The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars but in ourselves.
Message 68 of 70
by: tooltrader
on: 05/12/2018 | 14:53
majorincident,even the rich up north dont like the south,thats the strength of it.
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by: majorincident
on: 05/12/2018 | 14:54

Yorkshire people don't like anybody @tooltrader. Smiley LOL

The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars but in ourselves.
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