Sep 8, 2019 -- 8:00AM, brigust1 wrote:
The so called Remainers who voted for May's deal did so because they knew it would not go through.
Sep 8, 2019 -- 1:22PM, brigust1 wrote:
You have aligned yourself with MP's who have crapped on the very Party that has given them a very good living for years, a Labour Party even their allies wouldn't back to get into power, the SNP who only want to ditch their/ our country at the earliest opportunity, the Lib Dems who when they did get in power turned on the very people who put them there. Let us not forget Blair who cheated his own country to support the US and caused 10s of thousands to lose their lives for nothing. Or the Heseltine's of this world who tried to stab his boss in the back then lost the job he coveted to John Major. A shining star if see one. The Speaker who misused the very job that has given him a brilliant living just because he thought he could. Oh! And let us not forget the EU who have done everything in their power to make the will of the UK fail. And will do everything they can to thwart our wished as long as it suits their own agenda. None of the people you have aligned yourself with have any credibility and you are welcome to every single one of them. They are no loss to me.
Who do you align yourself with ?
Sep 8, 2019 -- 3:31PM, brigust1 wrote:
I have always thought May's deal would come back with maybe a few tweaks.
Ok, but will you continue to stand behind Her Majesty’s government when it is?
Sep 8, 2019 -- 4:28PM, mafeking wrote:
i assume you mean this thoroughly discredited and rotten parliament when you say no one. the country outside the westminster bubble begging to turf out as many of these people as as possible and the sooner the better
Earlier this week there was a poll saying like 70% of Tory voters don't want a GE, and generally people don't want one. I assume reasoning being leavers associate it GE with = more delay and remainers think it won't solve anything/don't like the options/depends when the q was asked as the GE call Tories are calling atm is an obvious trap.
Sep 8, 2019 -- 2:41PM, edy wrote:
If somehow MV4 makes it to parliament, and it looks super close and like it could actually pass - do we expect Amber Rudd, Rory Stewart and others to suddenly vote against it?
No, will 100% vote for it. MV4 passing basically hinges on the government supporting it, if they do it will pass, if they don't no chance.
Sep 10, 2019 -- 4:28AM, InsiderTrader wrote:
Angoose09 Sep 19 16:29Joined: 18 Jul 02| Topic/replies: 6,426 | Blogger: Angoose's blogimpossible123, with all due respect to yourself, it is simply not possible to just leavethe act of leaving requires a process to be followed, this process requires attention to the details and conditions by which you leave^This is simply not true.Any country can simply leave the EU at anytime under A50 with or without an agreement with the EU.Why do remainers make stuff up?
Sounds very like a process to me.