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EU will offer extension whether Johnson asks or not

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  1. Notch7

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    That would make it tricky to justify a no deal.
     
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    Johnson has offered the EU a deal.
     
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    Why?
     
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    no, he's offered them a vague idea, including things previously rejected as unacceptable and unworkable.

    The only deal that was ever negotiated was turned down by the brexers.
     
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    It was turned down by a majority of MP's, and as we know, the majority of MP's are remainers.
     
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    It would help if they provided feedback as to what they might be willing to accept rather than “reminding the uk that it is us who are leaving”

    it’s like a crumbling party wall with one side refusing repair options. Eventually the wall will fall and both will suffer.
     
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    for example, ree-smogg and his buddies.
     
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    And, lots and lots of remainers.
     
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    If it were just the Moggster and his buddies, the deal would have gone through wouldn't it?, they are a minority in the commons, aren't they?
     
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    No it wasn't, there never was a deal, the WA that was presented to Parliament for ratification was rejected by an overwhelming majority of MPs both Remainer and Leaver.
    Johnson has been very generous to the EU.
    The EU needs to be cut down to size.
    Their arrogance will be their downfall.
     
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    You're again forgetting who has decided to leave.
     
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    wrong

    The government in power decided they wanted a referendum.

    and therefore it is their responsibility to get it through parliament -especially as the majority voters, voted to remain so Labour should represent a majority remain.

    so on that basis the Theresa May deal was voted down by the ERG which are in the Tory party.
    Brexiteers are anti democratic -so blame Ress Mogg, Steve Baker and the other ERG members

    so stop whining about
     
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    wrong

    The UK decided to leave

    Johnson hasnt been generous -he has tried to get around the backstop by weakening the single market and putting a border in Ireland.

    Perhaps you might like to explain why N Ireland which voted to remain should facilitate an English Brexit which will put a hard border causing inconvenience and cost.

    You have a typical selfish Brexiteers attitude -you decide you want to make things inconvenient for others and moan when they dont want to play.

    If somebody said to you 'I want to put a fence across your road' -would you go along with it for no benefit?
     
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    Not really, the UK want access to the single market but without regulatory alignment -the EU dont want to risk non compliant goods entering the single market.

    the only crumbling wall is the UK
     
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    Don't you think if that were really the case, it would have happened by now?
     
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