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Theresa May's Brexit talks with the Labour Party are a "grave mistake"

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  1. EFLImpudence

    EFLImpudence

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    Yes, by throwing it out.

    Standing up for what they believe is best for the country. The duty of an MP.

    Same thing.

    Democracy in action. Taking back control. Sovereignty of Parliament.

    All the things quitters said they wanted.
     
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  2. festive

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    Absolutely no idea what you're on about. But looking at the amount of time you spend here, that's probably why. Your parting comment sums you up to a T.
     
  3. EFLImpudence

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    Yes, it can be read two ways.

    The usual way, or

    there is not a deal that is better than a bad deal.
     
  4. festive

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    So Labour just happen to be polarized on their opinion to block i mean vote against Mays deal? You think that's coincidence or deliberate?
     
  5. Mfatic

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    In other words, any Brexit deal is a bad deal?
     
  6. Mfatic

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    Both major parties have their dissenters.
    If, as notch said earlier, Labour are mostly Remain, and Tory are mostly Leave, that would explain why the two parties are opposing each other.
     
  7. ellal

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    No surprise there...

    Logical argument is obviously not your strong point ;)
     
  8. festive

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    What was that noise.... Did a pea just hit my greenhouse? Dem kidz...
     
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    Wrong.

    The important part of leaving the EU is understanding the considerable economic damage as we undo 40 plus years of integration.

    Sure, we could leave and join WTO or some other trading alliance, but we will be joining as 'the new boy' -you know what means, starting at the bottom with the worst deal and working up. We already have a preferential deal with the EU.

    The reason you keep banging on about government blocking Brexit and how its not democratic, is because you cant come up with the Brexit you want nor justify its benefits.
     
  10. ellal

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    Nah, it was your knuckles dragging along the ground (y)
     
  11. ellal

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    A serious question...

    When exactly did you realise that and understand that you made the wrong choice?
     
  12. EFLImpudence

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    That's what the words could mean.

    A bad deal is the best we can hope for.
     
  13. ellal

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    Au contraire...

    The best we can hope for is to exit brexit!

    I still think Mayhem may well be playing a 'blinder' ;)
     
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    Mmmm. Ok so no deal means remaining, so no deal is better than a bad deal (in the original sense).
     
  15. ellal

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    Withdraw A50 or call a second (informed) referendum....

    Then we can send the quitters into the corner...

    Admittedly printing all those 'D' caps will come at a cost...

    But hey, quitters keep telling us that any cost is worth it (y)
     
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