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Should the UK remain a member of the EU

  

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  1. 1. Should the UK remain a member of the EU

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8 minutes ago, Denny Crane said:

May is normally predictable nothing has changed most likely with a a power stance and blaming the EU.

 
Statement being delayed by technical, not political issues - can't quite believe it but apparently the power isn't working properly in Number 10
 

 

Delayed due to lack of power. You couldn’t make it up

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She tried to come across as Hugh Grant in Love Actually, but actually came across as someone saying "I don't know what I am doing!"

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1 minute ago, Spy Bee said:

She tried to come across as Hugh Grant in Love Actually, but actually came across as someone saying "I don't know what I am doing!"

Ha! Exactly the same impression. 

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I haven’t kept up with this thread in a long time but has anyone suggested re-running the OP’s poll?

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The only real argument for pressing ahead now is that it would betray democracy. It's quite clear that this is bullshit. A binary referendum, with no binding vote, with no technical information. It's like accidentally buying a girl's t-shirt and then deciding you must have a sex change.

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Also, what is an empasse (if that's how you spell it). I thought she meant impasse, but just heard it reported as an empasse (sp?) again on the news.

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This is all funny as fuck, the EU heads of states and chief negotiators been saying that the 'chequers' proposal is not going to do it for them for ages, it's only our imbecilic right wing press that kept blathering on that it would be something that could be negotiated on.

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1 hour ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

Trying to be Thatcher, looking like she’s been drinking Thatchers.

 

Thanks. I’ll have to go on Stowford Press this weekend now. 

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Pity Labour will be contemplating their navel next week rather than swinging behind a second vote. They will never have a better chance of slaying the Tory dragon

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36 minutes ago, magicrat said:

Pity Labour will be contemplating their navel next week rather than swinging behind a second vote. They will never have a better chance of slaying the Tory dragon

I reckon they will.

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