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    More twats resigning tonight.


    Chris Green‏Verified account @CGreenUK
    I have handed in my resignation to the Prime Minister as PPS. Brexit must mean Brexit

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      Danny Dyer on Good Evening Britain




      Love Island contestants discuss Brexit



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        Originally posted by marcos_eirik View Post
        Well, the UK is actually standing with a loaded gun in it's hand pointing it at it's feet. Why aren't anyone seriously suggesting not shooting their feet, and just drop the whole brexit thing? We all know the arguments that convinced people to vote for brexit, were exposed as lies.

        I don't think they will see the danger until the gun goes off. Then the question becomes are they lucky and the bullet misses them, or will they go to the hospital when it does hit.
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          Airbus chief says ministers have 'no clue' on Brexit

          The chief executive of planemaker Airbus has accused the government of having no idea how to take the UK out of the EU without damaging the country.

          Tom Enders said it "still has no clue, or at least no consensus, on how to execute Brexit without severe harm".

          "Brexit in any form, soft or hard, light or clean - whatever you call it - will be damaging," he added.
          https://www.bbc.com/news/business-44...eporting-story
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            Jacob Rees-Mogg visits Irish border

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              Originally posted by MacGuffin View Post

              And now Boris quit as well. Congratulations.
              Which makes me think this is a power play. Boris has been aiming for the PM seat for ages, now he has the opportunity and justification (her idiotic calling of elections, and now this).

              bogative ?

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                This is the hottest thread in months!

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                  This sums up Boris Johnson very well I think:

                  Boris Johnson Has Ruined Britain

                  He knows that the verdict of history is about to come down on him — and bury him.

                  [...]
                  Britain is in this mess principally because the Brexiteers — led largely by Mr. Johnson — sold the country a series of lies in the lead up to the June 2016 referendum on leaving the European Union. They did so because neither Mr. Johnson nor his fellow leader of the Leave campaign, Michael Gove, intended, wanted or expected to win.

                  At the start of 2016, Mr. Johnson was perhaps the most popular politician in Britain. Supporters and fans mobbed him at train stations and traffic lights; pollsters and pundits thought he could reach the parts of the country that other Conservatives could never touch. But he was also driven and insecure, so desperate to guarantee he would be the next prime minister that he cynically abandoned his own previous positions on the European Union in order to try to secure support from his party’s Euroskeptic right wing. Because Mr. Johnson and Mr. Gove were confident that the Leave campaign was a hopeless cause, they were free to make ridiculous claims that they had no expectation of ever having to fulfill. They said that Brexit would make Britain both richer and more independent, with more money for the National Health Service, much greater control of immigration and continued friction-free trade with Europe.
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                  https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/10/o...nion&smtyp=cur

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                    The dangers and results of populism, everybody!

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                      Originally posted by mpicco View Post
                      The dangers and results of populism, everybody!
                      But it's so eeeeasy doing it that way!

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                        Originally posted by calvinhobbes View Post
                        But it's so eeeeasy doing it that way!
                        It's sad to see really how eeeeeasy people get played...

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                          Originally posted by mpicco View Post

                          It's sad to see really how eeeeeasy people get played...
                          Comfortable lies are easier to sell than rough truths...

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                            Originally posted by mpicco View Post
                            It's sad to see really how eeeeeasy people get played...
                            Originally posted by marcos_eirik View Post
                            Comfortable lies are easier to sell than rough truths...
                            I've been having trouble to follow this unbearable palaver because it's so bloody depressing to see it develop. Not that I feel for any Leave voters or Brexiteers, quite the opposite in some cases, but it must be terrible for Remain voters who are now stuck between a rock, a hard place and a brick wall. Despised by the Brexiteers (and some of the Leave voters), with a very uncertain future ahead which they tried to prevent and then also faced with any negative feelings that mainland Europeans may have towards the UK in general.

                            It's always easy to sell your wild ideas as long you don't have to face the realities that they create. I would have thought people had learnt that lesson, but apparently, history is doomed to repeat itself. Is it some sort of innate tribalism that we, i.e. the human race, cannot shake off? Must it always be "my people against all the others"?

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                              Clueless
                              Secretary of State 'did not understand' NI voting patterns
                              https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-45442079


                              Boris!
                              Last edited by jack_christie; September 7th, 2018, 11:23 PM.
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