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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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From Tusk: 

The European Union and its leaders fully respect the UK’s decision expressed in the referendum on leaving the EU. From the very beginning of the negotiations we have been focused on finding a deal that will minimise the damage resulting from Brexit. Also important to us is to create the best possible relations between the EU and the UK in the future. We studied the Chequers proposals in all seriousness. The results of our analysis have been known to the British side in every detail for many weeks. After intensive consultations with Member States, we decided that for the good of the negotiations, and out of respect for the efforts of PM May, we will treat the Chequers plan as a step in the right direction. In Salzburg, right before our meeting I said in a public statement: “I would like to stress that some of Prime Minister May's proposals from Chequers indicate a positive evolution in the UK's approach as well as a will to minimise the negative effects of Brexit. By this I mean, among other things, the readiness to cooperate closely in the area of security and foreign policy. On other issues, such as the Irish question, or the rules of economic cooperation, the UK's proposals will need to be reworked and further negotiated.” The UK stance presented just before and during the Salzburg meeting was surprisingly tough and in fact uncompromising. The response of the EU27 leaders was to reiterate our trust in chief negotiator Michel Barnier and to reiterate our position on the integrity of the Single Market and the Irish backstop. While understanding the logic of the negotiations, I remain convinced that a compromise, good for all, is still possible. I say these words as a close friend of the UK and a true admirer of PM May.

 

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Look, can we just pull out, destroy the economy, help kill all the Palestinians, give NI to Ireland, bomb Tibet and Taiwan, and call it a day. I’m fucking sick of hearing about it. Bring on the fucking apocalypse. I can scavenge like a ma’ fugger. 

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2 minutes ago, Anny Road said:

We can live on beer and pork pies, go to work on glorious stream trains and all wear bowler hats.

Nationalised steam trains? 

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1 hour ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

Look, can we just pull out, destroy the economy, help kill all the Palestinians, give NI to Ireland, bomb Tibet and Taiwan, and call it a day. I’m fucking sick of hearing about it. Bring on the fucking apocalypse. I can scavenge like a ma’ fugger. 

Agreed bring it on, if it can somehow turn into the zombie apocalypse all the better. I'm now quite looking forward to the three day week descending into 12 hour daily power cuts whilst living on a large quantity of stockpiled baked beans.

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1 hour ago, Jairzinho said:

Nationalised pork pies.

Eh not really, the notion of leaving the eu is not a new or daring ideat, it was in the manifesto of John Smith, and was in Labour manifestos from years before that. It's important to get history right, even if you have to cut through media controlled glib.

 

 

The Eu is a neo con cunts charter that pushed millions upon millions of its citizens into poverty.

 

May is a cunt but so are they,, 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, clangers said:

whilst living on a large quantity of stockpiled baked beans.

 

I'll fucking hunt down stray cats and dogs first

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On 9/20/2018 at 3:21 PM, moof said:

Chequers is dead in the water. Looks like we’ll be having a general election before the year’s out 

Bingo. Fucking great. 

 

9 minutes ago, Gnasher said:

Eh not really, the notion of leaving the eu is not a new or daring ideat, it was in the manifesto of John Smith, and was in Labour manifestos from years before that. It's important to get history right, even if you have to cut through media controlled glib.

 

 

The Eu is a neo con cunts charter that pushed millions upon millions of its citizens into poverty.

 

May is a cunt but so are they,, 

 

 

Let us not forget the type of unelected cunt buckets we are dealing with..

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-28261959

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Well, to be perfectly honest, in my humble opinion, and without wanting to offend anyone who has a valid opinion that differs from mine, I think by looking at this from a different perspective and actually trying to remain objective, after considering all the variables and facts, I think it’s clear that I forgot what I was going to say.

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Whilst not wanting to slag Gnasher my idea of what to fuck off is somewhat different.

 

The EU is our biggest trading partner. Not our political master.

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You think Europe's a "super rich man's playground", but not - say - the US, Russia, the middle east and certain parts of the far east?  The regions we're supposed to be building closer ties with by leaving?

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2 hours ago, Gnasher said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-28261959

Cunts one and all, neo con scum who want to preserve a status quo that gas helped see Europe become a super rich mans playground whilst the rest wallow In an ever increasing cess  pit of poverty and despair. 

 

It's not a crime to tell them to fuck off.

Yeah, let's leave the EU to sever ties with Kinnock and Warsi.

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Sounds great

Leave the EU as they have fucked us 'terribly' them extra working rights and food standards have been a right pain in the arse for a start

 

 

Oh and give Mogg,Boris,Fox the power to help us off the floor

 

Fucking hell

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6 hours ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

Bring on the fucking apocalypse. I can scavenge like a ma’ fugger. 

Get on Pa Angel, here.

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The same unelected, unaccountable Baroness Warsi who sat on the cabinet ? 

 

Thank god we can get away from unelected people ruling over us. I wonder where the Royal family and house of Lords stand on this.

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2 hours ago, Scooby Dudek said:

The same unelected, unaccountable Baroness Warsi who sat on the cabinet ? 

 

Thank god we can get away from unelected people ruling over us. I wonder where the Royal family and house of Lords stand on this.

No the same baroness cunt buckets wars that has stood in front off the electorate twice and has been told both times to sling her hook.

 

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sayeeda_Warsi,_Baroness_Warsi

 

Don't believe the hype.

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3 hours ago, Scooby Dudek said:

The same unelected, unaccountable Baroness Warsi who sat on the cabinet ? 

 

Thank god we can get away from unelected people ruling over us. I wonder where the Royal family and house of Lords stand on this.

 

On 9/20/2018 at 3:21 PM, moof said:

Chequers is dead in the water. Looks like we’ll be having a general election before the year’s out 

Bingo. Fucking great. 

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