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PostPosted: 22:36 - 29 May 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

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If the next tory leader is indeed a genuine leaver and has any balls at all, he goes back to the EU, points out we leave on 31/10/2019, deal or no deal, then walks, with a cheery "my door is always open chaps" over his shoulder as he goes.
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Which is almost word for word, exactly what Farage has said and heís right.

Taking no deal off the table was nothing more than an attempt by Remain MPís to make sure we never left. They knew the deal was so shite we wouldnít accept it. They also knew taking no deal off the table allowed the EU to keep us tied in and funding then.
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PostPosted: 22:48 - 29 May 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jewlio Rides Again LLB wrote:
Didn't work for UKIP, how many times did he fail to get elected?


The case is altered.

The UKIP's raison d'etre was to get a referendum on leaving the EU. I was a UKIP member, and put a lot of effort into the party, which, back then, was decent, although it's now unsupportable by decent folk.

When the ambition was realised, UKIP almost ceased to be.

Now that the referendum has been run, and a decision obtailed, that decision being denied by parliament (especially Labour, who deserve a bigger kicking than anyone else for their developed prevarication), Mr Farage has justifiably re-entered the fray. It is interesting to note the bookies' odds on the upcoming Peterborough by-election.

Were we to leave the "eu", the Brexit party would disappear. Until we do, it will grow.

To a very large extent (although I will support the BP as best as I can), it's a pity that they exist. Again, we should have left the "eu" on March 29th, as planned. However, vested interests, partisan interest and abysmal lack of thought and knowledge prevented our leaving. A great pity and a lost (but hopefully not permanently) opportunity.


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PostPosted: 22:55 - 29 May 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

Iím not sure. Even if we get a real Brexit, I wonít vote Labour, Green, Lib Dem or Tory again after seeing how many of their MPís have no regards for the democratic will of the people.

I think we need a new centre right option and suspect a rebranded Brexit party running in the GE, could do very well.

If this whole Brexit farce has done one good thing for the country, itís opened Peopleís eyes to just how rotten Westminster is from top to bottom. Big changes are needed and only a new kid on the block will achieve that.
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PostPosted: 23:06 - 29 May 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Labour candidate for Peterborough was telling voters that they would tackle crime. One wag in the audience asked them why there was a by-election in the first place. Apparently after the laughter died down, the candidate moved onto another question and ignored that one. Laughing
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PostPosted: 00:46 - 30 May 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

So Peterborough is a "swing" seat with (previous) support for Cons/Lab split right down the middle. Given the 62% vote to leave I think we all know how this one will turn out!

The only way for an upset would be the left-leaning vote sticking with Labour (and the MEP elections hint of their votes being eaten by Libs and Greens) and the right-leaning vote split between Cons & TBP. Mike Greene's a local which helps (ppl tend to distrust candidates that are parachuted in) so I'd be very surprised if the vote doesn't almost totally parallel the MEP elections.

Ideally whomsoever takes up the PM position is pro-leave. Bolstered by the TBP results they can convince their MPs it's "leave or die." Although unlikely, Boris telling Juncker to "fuck off" to his face would mean a Tory landslide at the next election...

Still, strange times we live in!
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PostPosted: 14:25 - 31 May 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

Peterborough, like Lincolnshire and the Fens is very pro leave.

I could explain why, but i've done so before (It's all to do with Bliar).
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PostPosted: 15:20 - 31 May 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

The EU offered the UK a free trade agreement. "No deal" is not a thing and never was, it's just media propaganda by those Blairites who are upset about their life's work being undone.

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