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Should the UK remain a member of the EU

  

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I only read the Daily Telegraph, so I presumed it must have been cancelled.  Not a dickie bird about hundreds of thousands of citizens turning out on the streets of London.

 

Well I say there was nothing, there was nothing in the news section.  Just a sneering editorial mocking anti-Tory banners.

 

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16 minutes ago, razor said:

I only read the Daily Telegraph, so I presumed it must have been cancelled.  Not a dickie bird about hundreds of thousands of citizens turning out on the streets of London.

 

Well I say there was nothing, there was nothing in the news section.  Just a sneering editorial mocking anti-Tory banners.

 

I had a look on the twitter feed of the leader of the opposition.  Nowt there either.  

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It isn’t labour policy to back a second referendum but don’t let that get in the way of an opportunity to stick the boot in 

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Even the BBC are talking 600 k marched today.  Other reports put the number closer to a million 

Farridge on the other hand managed to muster around 1000 in Harrogate . One old loon was interviewed and said "getting our empire back was what it's all about ".  Words fail me 

Anyway a good day and a big statement in London.

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It’s good that lots of people are engaged, I hope they continue to demonstrate this new found democratic fervour when it comes to protecting the nhs, workers rights etc. 

 

I’m not convinced “people’s vote” is a workable strategy, but it’s certainly nice to see so many people marching for what they believe in. On the other hand, the movement has been co-opted by some absolute mega cunts - so that sours proceedings a little... 

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1 hour ago, rico1304 said:

I had a look on the twitter feed of the leader of the opposition.  Nowt there either.  

He was in Switzerland today, banging on about Pinochet. Obviously a much more important issue than the impending disaster of Brexit.

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2 hours ago, rico1304 said:

I had a look on the twitter feed of the leader of the opposition.  Nowt there either.  

"Had a look".

 

You have him on "follow" you fibber.

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He was in Geneva speaking to the UN about workers rights. Labour doesn’t back people’s vote. Why the fuck would he be at your march? Jesus Christ. 

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I cringe every time I see 'People's Vote'. I get the logic of hammering away at a slogan that defies criticism, but that's the kind of logic that got us into this mess in the first place.

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8 hours ago, moof said:

Soubry’s got some fucking brass balls on her

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I said a while back that probably the biggest reason peiole in poorer areas voted to leave was to piss off the political class.

 

Job done I'd say.

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9 hours ago, razor said:

"Had a look".

 

You have him on "follow" you fibber.

No I don’t. Have a look.  

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None of these did either;

 

Diane Abbott,

Barry Gardiner,

John McDonnell,

Rebecca Long-Bailey,

Emily Thornberry,

Dawn Butler,

Keir Starmer.

 

i wonder how they are 5 points behind the worst government in decades. 

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Nothing on the Twitter feed of Theresa May, the Prime Minister, who asked for the backing of Conservative voters for her Brexit negotiations during the general election, and who those who voted Conservative gave said backing to. 

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45 minutes ago, rico1304 said:

None of these did either;

 

Diane Abbott,

Barry Gardiner,

John McDonnell,

Rebecca Long-Bailey,

Emily Thornberry,

Dawn Butler,

Keir Starmer.

 

i wonder how they are 5 points behind the worst government in decades. 

Eh? They're behind a pro Brexit government because they're not anti Brexit?

Catch yourself on Elisabeth 

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27 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

Eh? They're behind a pro Brexit government because they're not anti Brexit?

Catch yourself on Elisabeth 

What now?  Who the fuck said that because I certainly didn’t.   

 

There was a march march in London where about 700k people turned up, does that not suggest to you that the policy of the government is a tad unpopular? An open fucking goal perhaps to score some points.  

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1 hour ago, Anubis said:

Nothing on the Twitter feed of Theresa May, the Prime Minister, who asked for the backing of Conservative voters for her Brexit negotiations during the general election, and who those who voted Conservative gave said backing to. 

Am I missing something here? Must be. 

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11 minutes ago, rico1304 said:

What now?  Who the fuck said that because I certainly didn’t.   

 

There was a march march in London where about 700k people turned up, does that not suggest to you that the policy of the government is a tad unpopular? An open fucking goal perhaps to score some points.  

But you voted Tory. I'm genuinely baffled as to what planet you're on with this.

 

'Won't someone save us from the Tories!'

 

Who did you vote for?

 

'The Tories.'

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

But you voted Tory. I'm genuinely baffled as to what planet you're on with this.

 

'Won't someone save us from the Tories!'

 

Who did you vote for?

 

'The Tories.'

 

 

I voted Remain.  Imagine voting Tory and wanting Remain. Like a Labour voter voting leave.  

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9 minutes ago, rico1304 said:

I voted Remain.  Imagine voting Tory and wanting Remain. Like a Labour voter voting leave.  

Deliberately sidestepping the issue again.

 

You voted for a Tory party which has been defined by splits over Europe your entire adult life. A party which instigated a referendum purely to pander to that, which has botched the negotiations and sown bad will at every turn with the EU, filled with extremists who are pushing for a hard Brexit.

 

You voted for them, you'll vote for them again. Yet you bemoan Corbyn, someone you actively loath, for not saving you from them.

 

Absolutely bonkers at every level.

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Just now, Section_31 said:

You voted for them, you'll vote for them again. Yet you bemoan Corbyn, someone you actively loath, for not saving you from them.

 

Absolutely bonkers at every level.

That's because he, erroneously, thought he'd be better off. He's fucked it for himself and he's furious at Labour for it. 

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3 minutes ago, Strontium Dog said:

Yeah Rico, you should have voted for Leave-supporting Labour instead of Leave-supporting Conservative. Then you would be pure.

Yeah, that's the issue people have. Not that he's blaming Labour who wouldn't have had a referendum. 

 

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