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08-04-2019, 11:50 AM
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Flexible extension???

Do they think we are stupid.
Ok, they know our politicians are stupid, but l think they
underestimate the majority who voted out in uk.
What the hell is a flexible extension?
We were supposed to exit eu last month automatically,
according to eu rules, but we requested a deferment to
this month because the establishment couldnt get enough
guts together to allow it to happen! We did not even have
to notify eu or do anything at all, it was supposedly
AUTOMATIC. WTF.
Now we are approaching another supposed deadline, and eu
has proposed another so called, ' Flexible' so called ' Deadline'
Which means l suppose, a continuously receding deadline.
WTF Are the lunatics in westminster actually considering
this insult to ' their' intelligence.?

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08-04-2019, 12:01 PM
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More tactics to stretch out the process in the hope that we will eventually remain in the EU .

This list is taken from the Spectator at the time of the referendum, some interesting figures which help to explain our current difficulties, note the number of remain/leave supporting MPs..






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They have always insulted us and will continue to.
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Re: Flexible extension???

Originally Posted by Meg ->
More tactics to stretch out the process in the hope that we will eventually remain in the EU .

This list is taken from the Spectator at the time of the referendum, some interesting figures which help to explain our current difficulties, note the number of remain/leave supporting MPs..



Says it all doesn't it.
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08-04-2019, 12:04 PM
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Brexit is like a disaster movie, you think you can't watch any more, but you just have to!
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Originally Posted by Longdogs ->
They have always insulted us and will continue to.
LD I will be throwing my radio out of the window if I hear one more time 'I didn't know what I was voting for and need another referendum because I know so much more now than I did when I voted ' it is so presumptuous and patronising.

I wish those remain supporters who keep saying this would speak for themselves and realise that we are not all as ill-informed as they are
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08-04-2019, 12:12 PM
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Any extension should have the cost to the UK tax payer associated with it and a choice - whether they are in favour of giving the money to the EU to spend on their Belt and Road project and not delivering on the referendum again or spending the money in the UK on our NHS, Police and welfare and delivering the will of the people as promised.
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08-04-2019, 12:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Meg ->
LD I will be throwing my radio out of the window if I hear one more time 'I didn't know what I was voting for and need another referendum because I know so much more now than I did when I voted ' it is so presumptuous and patronising.

I wish those remain supporters who keep saying this would speak for themselves and realise that we are not all as ill-informed as they are
TBH, no one knows what they are voting for now do they? I mean, I voted for May in the general election to deliver Brexit but I didn't get what I voted for. Has anyone ever got what they voted for? I doubt it.

As for throwing the radio out of the window, I agree and the TV might be close behind it. I'm sick of these politicians attempting to put spin on things. They are so far up their own *rseholes, they don't realise that the intelligence of the general public has moved on since the Dark Ages - well the leavers at least.
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08-04-2019, 01:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Longdogs ->
They have always insulted us and will continue to.

Will we allways accept their insults?

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08-04-2019, 01:38 PM
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Re: Flexible extension???

Originally Posted by Meg ->
More tactics to stretch out the process in the hope that we will eventually remain in the EU .

This list is taken from the Spectator at the time of the referendum, some interesting figures which help to explain our current difficulties, note the number of remain/leave supporting MPs..



Have parliament had time to read this?

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