Brexit - the Deal or No Deal poll

Brexit - Deal or No Deal?

  • Deal

    Votes: 45 29.0%
  • No Deal

    Votes: 72 46.5%
  • Call in the Donald

    Votes: 2 1.3%
  • Call in Noel Edmonds

    Votes: 4 2.6%
  • I don't care anymore

    Votes: 32 20.6%

  • Total voters
    155

YellowTaxi

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You think the BBC is “ the Brussels Broadcasting Association “ whilst you also think the “Underlying ethos” of a post suggesting that the EU is the heir to the Nazis is correct. I suggest you’ve lost all touch with reality. Stop watching Nigel Farage. Make yourself a nice cup of tea.
 

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Ah yes, unbiased source there, the Brussels Broadcasting Corporation....
Are you having a bad day? Give me one statistical piece of proof that the BBC is pro-Brussels. They report news. Sometimes that news is factually critical of the UK government, sometimes of the EU.

I'd also like to know in what way our resident fascist's post about Adolf Hitler is correct as an underlying ethos.
 
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You are a disgrace. Trying to equate modern European democracy with Hitler and hijacking the memory of soldiers who died defending this country from fascism to try to give some semblance of authority to your views is contemptible.
hmmmmmmm i see the EU army are having a bit of practice over here this month????? NAZI's......... I STAND BY WHAT I SAID .....snowflake.
 

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We've never lost our sovereignty. If we had we'd have the Euro and Schengen and wouldn't have been allowed to have the referendum in the first place.
Open your eyes ffs.....it's COMING ....The Lisbon treaty will suck us in and demote our parliament to a local council with no powers at all.......get yer blinkers off
 

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Open your eyes ffs.....it's COMING ....The Lisbon treaty will suck us in and demote our parliament to a local council with no powers at all.......get yer blinkers off
You really aren't helping yourself or your cause repeating the fake news about the Lisbon Treaty as it came into force in 2009. You need to do some research on ACTUAL facts rather than stuff made up. Here's a start in simple terms for you:


 

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And it looks like Maybot the Masochist's deal will be heading back for a 3rd time sometime soon as a meaningful vote. Dear oh dear.

Equally, we are seeing how fundamentally myopic parliament has been for 2 years about what next. Lots of motions to pause or stop, but what next? Yet again, I'm left worried that the desire to stop Brexit in some form is all some MPs wanted and their games are as bad as the ERGs.
Wasn't that the purpose of the Hilary Benn amendment yesterday - to allow MPs to have a series of indicative votes on alternatives to better judge what sort of deal could gain a Commons majority?

It lost by two votes, so my understanding is that means May still gets to control the agenda, and therefore can just continue to repeatedly bludgeon parliament with her bill until it passes or we get to March 29th...….
 

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Wasn't that the purpose of the Hilary Benn amendment yesterday - to allow MPs to have a series of indicative votes on alternatives to better judge what sort of deal could gain a Commons majority?

It lost by two votes, so my understanding is that means May still gets to control the agenda, and therefore can just continue to repeatedly bludgeon parliament with her bill until it passes or we get to March 29th...….
Unless Bercow steps in and refuses to allow any more votes on her deal (as there will not be any substantive changes) which is possible as she isn't supposed to bring back the same motion. Over to Bercow then....
 

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Wasn't that the purpose of the Hilary Benn amendment yesterday - to allow MPs to have a series of indicative votes on alternatives to better judge what sort of deal could gain a Commons majority?

It lost by two votes, so my understanding is that means May still gets to control the agenda, and therefore can just continue to repeatedly bludgeon parliament with her bill until it passes or we get to March 29th...….
It only nudges it along a little bit - we're past little things. We need firm ideas, not hopes and prayers.

Anyway, I see the Maybot is doing a full court press on the DUP that seems to be going well so far. If she can deliver the DUP, she'll deliver a considerable amount of the ERG, making things closer than they were.
 

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Looks like May will not be able to bring Meaningful Vote 3 to the house, in its current form!
 

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Seems fair and consistent.....if the British public aren't allowed to have another vote to see if they've changed their minds on the same question, why should the House of Commons be able to?;)

But it sounds like it's a moot point anyhow - enough of the ERG members seem not to be budging that it wasn't going to pass anyway.

Now let's see what the EU do with a request for delay...…..
 
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I’ve just had a word with Monsieur Cliche.

He says Leavers didn’t know what they were voting for, but on the other hand Brexit means Brexit.

He also said that if the result of Brexit is that it stops the British buying holiday homes in France, then it’s a good thing.;)
 
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Are you having a bad day? Give me one statistical piece of proof that the BBC is pro-Brussels. They report news. Sometimes that news is factually critical of the UK government, sometimes of the EU.

I'd also like to know in what way our resident fascist's post about Adolf Hitler is correct as an underlying ethos.
Laura Kunnesberg, who seems to think she speaks for the nation, is a prime example of "soundbite news" with an unerring ability to make any comment/speech/quote suit her own agenda. Needs a slap with a wet fish.

It seems Parliament can`t/don`t want to/are unable to deliver what the people voted for in the largest democratic exercise this country has ever seen. The question was simple leave or stay, we chose to leave. The politicians had already decided that was the wrong answer and we are heading towards that result not being respected or delivered........... unless we leave with no deal and pick up the pieces afterwards.

Its starting to look like the best option!
 
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Pete Burrett

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Laura Kunnesberg, who seems to think she speaks for the nation, is a prime example of "soundbite news" with an unerring ability to make any comment/speech/quote suit her own agenda. Needs a slap with a wet fish.

It seems Parliament can`t/don`t want to/are unable to deliver what the people voted for in the largest democratic exercise this country has ever seen. The question was simple leave or stay, we chose to leave. The politicians had already decided that was the wrong answer and we are heading towards that result not being respected or delivered........... unless we leave with no deal and pick up the pieces afterwards.

Its starting to look like the best option!
Ah yes, but don't forget politicians are educated, intelligent people who are unlikely to make a bad choice and feel a righteous obligation to the uneducated masses (17.4 million of them, I believe) to make the correct decision on their behalf. You just can't trust the great unwashed to get anything right. Just look at their American counterparts .... ;)
 
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