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General Election 2019 - Who will get you X

  1. Brexit Party

    7.5%
  2. Conservatives

    11.3%
  3. Greens

    5.7%
  4. Labour

    35.8%
  5. Lib Dem

    13.2%
  6. Other

    3.8%
  7. Undecided

    5.7%
  8. The Sensible Party

    17.0%
  1. Julian Edelman

    Julian Edelman Well-Known Member

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    I clearly heard somebody in the HOC say such a ****er :emoticon-0136-giggl
     
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  2. pieguts

    pieguts Mentor

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    So round and round it goes again <laugh>
     
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  3. West WindsR

    West WindsR Well-Known Member

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    Yeah I’m not sure this is how a country’s leader typically thinks.

    Maybe ours does actually. And America’s. Maybe Brazil’s too. The rest not so much.
     
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  4. West WindsR

    West WindsR Well-Known Member

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    Hopefully a few more times.
     
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  5. Julian Edelman

    Julian Edelman Well-Known Member

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    So what happens tomorrow?
    Is the WA made available ?
    Do they get to vote on it ?
     
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  6. West WindsR

    West WindsR Well-Known Member

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    Find it bizarre Javid isn’t getting more grief for not releasing the analysis of the economic impact of the new deal.
     
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  7. pompeymeowth

    pompeymeowth Leader of Team Rocket
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    Bolsanaro is worse than Trump and Tubby Johnson combined.
     
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  8. Stan

    Stan Stalker

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  10. NSIS

    NSIS Well-Known Member

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    The 6-7% retraction in the economy is wrong, and no you can’t have the figures.


    #wouldilietoyou?
     
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  11. PISKIE

    PISKIE rock spotter
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    <laugh> Gotta love Bercow.

    And nothing better than seeing that pompous twat Mogg come unstuck, especially when he is the architect of his own downfall.

    Shows how duplicitous this lot in Govt are though, they will literally say anything to try and force their own way, even if it's in direct contradiction to what they've said before.
     
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    Another ****, unacceptable deal? There's a shock. It's almost like getting a better deal than our current one is impossible, isn't it?
    Revoke Article 50 and investigate the various leave campaigns for their obvious illegality.
     
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  13. Tobes

    Tobes Usual bland and inoffenSive title
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    It was a ridiculous attempt made to simply pretend Saturday didn’t happen. If Bercow had allowed the motion today, all that would have happened is a re-run of what happened on Saturday, with the same amendment put forward and undoubtedly passed again.

    All that Saturday did was say that the House wanted to actually see the ****ing bill and examine its detail before saying they’d back it. Oh what a set of treasonous bastards <laugh>

    The Govt wanted them to pass it blind and then see the detail later, which was utter nonsense. In addition, had they agreed the MV on Saturday, then the Benn Act wouldn’t have been enacted and the Govt could have simply pulled the Bill this week (if it didn’t like any amendments that it may have passed with) which would mean we left with no deal next week.

    They’re trying to play the House and the electorate for ****s, and fortunately have been outsmarted at every turn. Unfortunately, they’re backed heavily by the right wing press who are spewing out their usual rhetoric about remoaners stymieing Brexit, which the average punter who’s not up on the detail is going with, but it’s a completely dishonest representation of the actual reality here.
     
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  14. NSIS

    NSIS Well-Known Member

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    Those sponsoring the customs union amendment seem pretty confident that they have the numbers to get it passed. Even the DUP are leaning towards it as it means one customs treatment for the whole U.K.

    If it passes, Bozo will pull the whole thing and try and head for a GE. No doubt pointing the finger at those opposite and screaming betrayal.
     
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  15. Stan

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    Remember how essential it was to have a Queen’s Speech?

     
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  16. Tobes

    Tobes Usual bland and inoffenSive title
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    I’m sure that’ll go down well with old Madge.

    Tbh I thought there was rules on it being voted on within a certain number of days after the QS, seemingly not.

    He also knows he’d lose it, and was on about refusing to resign, which would have almost certainly resulted in a VoNC, which he obviously wants to avoid......

    These goons aren’t very bright are they? It seems egg head Dom is not so much a genius, and more a complete ****wit with a very poor grasp of both Parliamentary process and the actual law.
     
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  17. A.L.D.O 4.1

    A.L.D.O 4.1 1 of the top defendants in Europe

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    #2017
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    PISKIE rock spotter
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    Raab or Cummings ?

    Remember Raab didn't even understand how important the Dover - Calais route was for UK / EU trade.
     
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  19. Tobes

    Tobes Usual bland and inoffenSive title
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    Cummings

    Raab being an absolute **** nugget is already a well established fact.
     
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  20. Julian Edelman

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    Steven Barclay didnt even understand customs charges surrounding goods in and out of NI and Britain earlier
     
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