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Brexit Voting [49 vote(s)]

Voted Leave - Would Still Vote Leave
18.4%
Voted Leave - Would Now Vote Remain
0.0%
Voted Remain - Would Still Vote Remain
71.4%
Voted Remain - Would Now Vote Leave
0.0%
Didn't Vote - Would Now Vote Leave
0.0%
Didn't Vote - Would Now Vote Remain
6.1%
Other
4.1%


Tennis legend

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RE: Brexit


paulisi wrote:
paulisi wrote:

Bob - the remainers are just filling the news with lots of scare stories. You will not be impacted too much.

The EU are stringing the deals out to scare off more potential countries that want to leave and break up the EU.
The majority of the arrangements are in place.NI has a fall back and if no trade deal is agreed(it will, it in both countries interests) then WTO rules is not that bad an option. It is what we use for the rest of the world.

Don't worry.


 Looks like the deal has been done as predicted. EU stringing it out to scare off other members still...

Watch the pound strengthen and the stock market recover - British banks were heavily hit...


 Hmm ...



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Tennis legend

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The deal has been agreed, but everyone is seeing flaws in it and it won't get through parliament .

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Tennis legend

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Which sort of backs up Indy's point....... :(

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Club Coach

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It's bizarre. It's been obvious for months that there was no deal that May could agree with the EU that would be acceptable to parliament. But months of painstaking negotiation and countless cash has been spent on negotiation anyway. And even now we know that is the case, we're still going to do some more negotiating before the inevitable vote happens.
Meanwhile the clock ticks to a no deal that everyone sane realises will be a disaster (and the Secretary of Health says will kill people). It's nightmarish.

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I mean I was a little light headed perhaps even dazed by the leave win but will people suddenly just drop dead as a result of a no deal? I am fascinated. Boris promised a windfall for the NHS, he should be held to it, reminded of it every time he opens his mouth.

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Club Coach

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It might kill people with apoplexy I suppose (but I assume he meant in terms of disrupting medication and treatment).

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I am not a constitutional expert but presuming may loses the parliamentary vote, I don't see where she can go. She can't go back to negotiate with eu. Sorry guys no one liked our plan. All credibility will be lost on every front. Surely that leads to a vote of no confidence and a new election and then presumably a new referendum or is that last point not valid? And meanwhile we can only leave with no Deal or extend article 50 til we sort the mess out.

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Coup Droit wrote:

Which sort of backs up Indy's point....... :(


 

Yep, what has been "agreed" is currently as useful as a chocolate fireguard, just there's much more clarity about what's going to happen with a chocolate fireguard.



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We've been having fun in the office today - the afternoon's playlist was "Now that's what I call Brexit"on Spotify (an online platform where you can make your own playlists or to other people's) featuring songs such as "Leave Right Now" "It's not right but it's Ok" "Don't you forget about me" "Nothing Compares 2 U" and "Don't look back in Anger".

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Wake me up before you go-go 



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edith piaf - je ne regret rien
chicago - if you leave me now
phil colins - if leaving me is easy
neil sedaka - breaking up is hard to do
dusty springfield - i just dont know what to do with myself
led zeppelin - i cant quit you baby
led zeppelin - comunicatian brakedown

definiteley not
helen shapiro - walking back to hapiness

there are to many!

we the laughing stock of the world today

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TomTraubert wrote:

edith piaf - je ne regret rien
chicago - if you leave me now
phil colins - if leaving me is easy
neil sedaka - breaking up is hard to do
dusty springfield - i just dont know what to do with myself
led zeppelin - i cant quit you baby
led zeppelin - comunicatian brakedown

definiteley not
helen shapiro - walking back to hapiness

there are to many!

we the laughing stock of the world today


 Good choices - and you're completely right, we are a laughing stock.

 



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Hall of fame

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How many Brexiteers does it take to change a lightbulb ?

One to promise a brighter future, and the rest to screw it up.

(copied from facebook !)

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Wow. If only wed have listened to Nadine Dorris. On everything.



-- Edited by Jajon on Thursday 15th of November 2018 11:41:24 PM

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Another shambles  - at least they can get jobs with the LTA wink



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