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> The lovely discussion of all things EU and/or Brexit, Part IV
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Corbyn is the answer. He will make a United Socialist States of Europe.
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QUOTE(Rooney @ Dec 10 2018, 07:50 PM) *
What an absolute joke, I am not surprised she cancelled the deal as if this deal gets voted down it's essentially curtains for not only May but the Tory party as well. I can only assume she is going to use the time to try and appease the Tory rebels to stick by her plan and promise the stand down as leader whilst trying to get a new deal (which is not going to happen).

We are totally heading to a STAY vs THE DEAL referendum aren't we, only for this idea of Brexit to continue for generations to come.

And before Michael starts, no Corbyn is not the answer. Quotes the EU to get one over May thinking he's clever, then mentions he can negotiate a better deal. What an utter melon, no chance I want that man running the country.

We are in the unfortunate position of having both the worst PM and worst leader of the opposition of my lifetime.
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QUOTE(Lapland Labia @ Dec 10 2018, 09:31 PM) *
Corbyn is the answer. He will make a United Socialist States of Europe.


Yeah, because the last one of those in Europe was a bloody great success...
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QUOTE(Suedehead2 @ Dec 10 2018, 09:24 PM) *
We are in the unfortunate position of having both the worst PM and worst leader of the opposition of my lifetime.


And what is wrong with Corbyn? Is it because he is the first one since Attlee who isn't a neoliberal stooge?
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QUOTE(Lapland Labia @ Dec 10 2018, 09:33 PM) *
And what is wrong with Corbyn? Is it because he is the first one since Attlee who isn't a neoliberal stooge?

That's not a phrase many people have used to describe Michael Foot.

He has failed to provide any significant opposition to the government on the most important issue facing the country. And, of course, we should never forget that his response to the referendum result was that Article 50 should be triggered immediately.
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Corbyn is an unmitigated disaster. I like some of the economic ideas but I can’t marry up his desire to build a stronger economy and his cheer leading for Brexit
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Corbyn and most of labour are the political equivalents of chocolate teapots. The tories are collapsing. Thank f*** for the SNP x
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QUOTE(Doctor Blind @ Dec 10 2018, 02:48 PM) *
The vote was actually supposed to be tomorrow, so this is within 36 hours of the proposed vote.

That '...chaos with Ed Miliband' sounds quite preferable now, doesn't it? biggrin.gif


I swear I retweet that every week nearly laugh.gif Like a fine wine it grows better with age!!
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QUOTE(Lapland Labia @ Dec 10 2018, 09:33 PM) *
And what is wrong with Corbyn? Is it because he is the first one since Attlee who isn't a neoliberal stooge?


Because he is the biggest single reason why Labour are not sticking the foot in to the Tories. There is an open goal here right now and he is not scoring. Sooner or later the penny is going to drop. Too many politicians with personal ideologies at heart, this is damaging the country.

I did find May’s excuses for thre Pound dropping funny though.
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QUOTE(Glühbotchia @ Dec 10 2018, 06:30 PM) *
Absolute carnage today

I think we're running out of appropriate superlatives to use at this stage


This is precisely why we shouldn't have joined the EU (well, it's predecessor) in the first place - IMO any organisation that could inflict such damage on one of its members for merely wanting to leave, is not the benign body it claims to be!
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