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Oh dear, the issue discussed and voted upon in Parliament was whether to leave with a deal or leave with no deal. That was the matter at hand. Parliament wants certainty about our future trading agreements whereas you would leave without any certainty at all

You might think your course of action is clever, others might disagree
So Parliament are po-leave now are they ?

You really do make me laugh, all Parliament has done is try and scupper the democratic decision by the people.

Its a disgrace.
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A simple WTO Trade Deal would protect hundreds of thousands of jobs, no tariffs, no quotas, no need for any Foreign Owned company to move.

And what is needed for us to set up a WTO deal?

Are we free to set one up whilst still being in the EU?

Does staying in the EU in any way aid the process of setting up a WTO deal?
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11-09-2019, 09:43 AM
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And what is needed for us to set up a WTO deal?

Are we free to set one up whilst still being in the EU?

Does staying in the EU in any way aid the process of setting up a WTO deal?
The EU trades with the 2 biggest economies in the world (USA and China) on WTO terms. All this talk of the WTO being some safeguarding, emergency trade facility is nonsense.
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all Parliament has done is try and scupper the democratic decision by the people.

Its a disgrace.
This totally.


Our parliament is infested with MPs who are bought and paid for by the EU one way or another. Those MPs are not working for the UK people, they are working for their EU masters.

They have sought to totally block BrExit and are using the "stop No Deal" schtick as an excuse to do so.

It IS a total and utter disgrace and the people of the UK should be getting extremely angry at parliament's persistent and blatant refusal to carry out the result of the referendum.

It is clear they have no intention whatsoever of delivering BrExit.

It is becomming time for the 17.4 million leavers to make themselves known.

I hope everyone is well prepared for what is likely to occur.
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11-09-2019, 09:47 AM
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This totally.


Our parliament is infested with MPs who are bought and paid for by the EU one way or another. Those MPs are not working for the UK people, they are working for their EU masters.

They have sought to totally block BrExit and are using the "stop No Deal" schtick as an excuse to do so.

It IS a total and utter disgrace and the people of the UK should be getting extremely angry at parliament's persistent and blatant refusal to carry out the result of the referendum.

It is clear they have no intention whatsoever of delivering BrExit.

It is becomming time for the 17.4 million leavers to make themselves known.

I hope everyone is well prepared for what is likely to occur.


Here comes the sovereign remain vote that will support the 17.4 million as well. Those who voted remain but want the democratic will of the people acted on by our Parliament.

That support is going up every day.
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13-09-2019, 11:20 AM
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Remainer: I demand a second referendum!.

Brexit voter: Why, have you changed your mind?.

Remainer: No, I want you to change yours.

Credit: Twitter.
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13-09-2019, 02:40 PM
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Remainer: I demand a second referendum!.

Brexit voter: Why, have you changed your mind?.

Remainer: No, I want you to change yours.

Credit: Twitter.
Credit: albert einstein


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13-09-2019, 05:57 PM
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"The great revolution in the history of man, past, present and future, is the revolution of those determined to be free."


Credit: A man assassinated for standing with the people by those seeking to enslave them for their own wealth and power
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13-09-2019, 07:24 PM
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What seldom comes up, when referring to the MPs and some business enterprises, is the role played by Company Lobbyists who, regularly, discuss Political plans with the MPs in the Lobby of the HOP (and, maybe the HOL).

Lobbyists are professionals who are sent along, to liaise with MPs, and whose role is to "put the case" for their (the lobbyists) employers.

I am not going to suggest that handouts happen, or that they all go off for a dinner to discuss it all, because that might well be libellous.

However, it must be worth doing as it has been happening for many years. That must mean that it works!
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13-09-2019, 07:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Solasch ->
Credit: albert einstein
You equate intelligence with the ability to change Solly!
Presumably intelligence is then equated with bsurvival or the
ability to survive?
How do you then equate the fact that the supposedly most
intelligent species on this planet and its current behaviour
with its poor prognosis for survival?
Especially as the crocodile, the most primitive species on
this planet has out survived humans by a significant factor?
Concerning the brexit issue, british people are presently trying
to effect change! But are experiencing considerable resistance
to this idea???
Therefore l put your post in the same catergory as the
mindless telebabble we are presently enduring!!
Regards Donkeyman!
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