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What a surprise the EU has offered us longer

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  1. festive

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    We were discussing this in the office today irrelevant of our voting preference we all agree the EU will never toss us out they have way too much to lose watching us swim to the shore and actually survive.

    I was willing(and somewhat reluctantly) to bet eating my underpants had they offered us less. And there you have it, the ayes have it, the ayes have it!!!

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-47874367

    I can see it now 'oh go on UK as its you and you asked nicely just this time only as we really were about to honestly throw you out to the wolves and you would of surely perished.'

    WALOB.
     
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    From your link:
    EU leaders are curious to hear the prime minister's Plan B.

    Somebody tell the EU: TM doesnt have a plan B
     
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    TM's plan B was 'No Deal' but the remoaning parliament has killed off that option.
     
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    Actually MP's were elected by the 'will of the people' (after the referendum) and chose not to jump off the cliff...

    Do quitters not understand that 'sovereignty of parliament' is what they voted for? :rolleyes:
     
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    No deal was never an option.
     
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    If your avatar represented somebody perhaps more reasonable and your sig less bigoted in their view id listen more. Next..
     
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    Indeed.. How about.

    Me - I walk into a car showroom, listen Mr Salesman i want that 10k mini and ill let you into a secret i dont actually want it and i wont be driving it, and it's not my money, but im instructed not to leave here without buying it, now what sort of deal you gonna give me.
    Salesman - its the last one actually 11k

    Awesome.
     
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    Maybot said it was? But she let yet more unruly children in the class walk over her weak 'remain' mindset on leaving.
     
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    Poor old festive...

    Yet another quitter that hates the truth :LOL:

    PS. You obviously haven't got a clue as what 'bigot' means.
    Maybe a glance in your mirror might help you out ;)
     
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    I think it's really nice of them.

    They must really care
     
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    Yes how generous of them, we must send them some cash as a thankyou.. oh wait..
     
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    Mark my words May will be quizzed tomorrow but that will be it, we will be granted a far longer extension.
     
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  16. Would be an awesome time to have a last deciding referendum, just to put it to bed. :sneaky:
     
  17. I think you're missing the point, being they're not doing what people want them to do.

    It's not a sovereignty issue, it's a complete disregard for what people were expecting them to do with it, issue.
     
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