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1 hour ago, woody2 said:

for a start less than 1/10th of a million isn't 500000 as you claim........

You're confusing me with someone else. Where did I ever claim there was a million? If anything I said the opposite.

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45 minutes ago, woody2 said:

no split.......one remoan mp thats all.......

bj wants the remoans to own the surrender bill.......

Come on Mr Cummings we all know that you want to make the general election about brexit and make it people v parliament with BJ the Champion of the people.  

I presume the one "remaon" you are referring too is Julian Smith (Norther Ireland Secretary).  Given his position one might expect that he is concerned that BJ's deal leaves NI tied to the EU and risks seeing the prospect of Irish reunification being put forward as a solution.

As for BJ asking Macron to veto an extension.... well it is entirely possible.  It would be interesting to see how French state owned businesses such as EDF and Airbus along with the likes of Bouygues, Total,  Saint-Gobain etc might react to such a decision given their business interests in the UK.

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1 hour ago, woolley said:

Simplistic populist bunkum. 

Fairly accurate description of everything the leave campaign said.

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1 hour ago, woolley said:

Simplistic populist bunkum. 

Being a happy soul that's the best laugh I've had in the last 10 minutes....

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1 minute ago, scarbunny said:

Fairly accurate description of everything the leave campaign said.

Some of it was, as with the other side too. Just so happens that the Leave side has the superior logic on its side when assessing the future. The Irish border problem is one aspect of the maelstrom that we have been sleepwalking into for decades. It illustrates how caught up we have become in this tangled web called the European Union which is supposed to be merely a trading bloc.

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2 minutes ago, woolley said:

Some of it was, as with the other side too. Just so happens that the Leave side has the superior logic on its side when assessing the future. The Irish border problem is one aspect of the maelstrom that we have been sleepwalking into for decades. It illustrates how caught up we have become in this tangled web called the European Union which is supposed to be merely a trading bloc.

Phew!

Just a question of do you want low, medium or high....?

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2 minutes ago, P.K. said:

Phew!

Just a question of do you want low, medium or high....?

What are we talking about? Level of intellectual engagement or the usual squealing?

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1 minute ago, woolley said:

What are we talking about? Level of intellectual engagement or the usual squealing?

Level of bullshit...!

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16 minutes ago, woolley said:

Just so happens that the Leave side has the superior logic on its side when assessing the future.

Sorry, but hasn't one of your complaints about remainers been that they claim superior intellect?  Aren't you being a little hypocritical here.

Leave has a superior logic in your opinion... in my opinion leavers inferior logic.

I mean they cannot all agree on what leaving the EU means.

May's deal voted down by the ERG who wanted a hard/clean Brexit.

Johnson's deal voted down by Tory rebels and the DUP who don't want a border in the Irish Sea. Plus 'Sir' Nige of Brexit hated it calling it worse than May's deal.

Yet we are all told time and again that 17 million people voted for the same brexit in 2016.

I am sorry but you cannot ride three horses at once...

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43 minutes ago, woolley said:

Just so happens that the Leave side has the superior logic on its side when assessing the future. The Irish border problem is one aspect of the maelstrom that we have been sleepwalking into for decades. It illustrates how caught up we have become in this tangled web called the European Union which is supposed to be merely a trading bloc.

I love this!

The number of gammons* who pop up every week claiming that "I knew exactly what I was voting for" and then go on to say "I have no idea how things will turn out....!"

So so funny....

* Gammons as in supporters of Dr Gammons who recently transferred from the Brexit Party to UKIP on a Bosman (courtesy of the European Court of Justice don'tcha know....)

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Detractors of the EU don't know exactly how life on the outside will turn out because nobody can. The problem with supporters of the EU is that they very conceitedly think they know exactly what an EU future holds, simply the status quo, and nobody can budge their touching faith in this. The fact is that they don't know either. However, we can see the very clear direction of travel that "ever closer union" entails.

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42 minutes ago, manxman1980 said:

I am sorry but you cannot ride three horses at once... 

 

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