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The Countdown begins. 23:28 - Nov 10 with 289500 viewspikeypaul



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1:19 pm today was the exact mid point from when the result that the Great British public had decided to leave the EU and the time 11pm March 29th 2019 that Democracy will be delivered.

Happy days.
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The Countdown begins. on 14:12 - Sep 20 with 492 viewspeenemunde

The Countdown begins. on 14:03 - Sep 20 by WarwickHunt

Stop sniggering and playing with yourself in the back there, you naughty little boy.

Like shooting fish in a barrel.


Well they do say the industry you work in has a lot of degenerates & perverts.
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The Countdown begins. on 15:10 - Sep 20 with 455 viewsBytholWyn

The Countdown begins. on 11:06 - Sep 20 by peenemunde

Progressive ? Isn’t that a word people like Tony Blair use to justify the destruction of the nation state and to justify globalisation which means countries like the U.K. are forced to give away part of its wealth which results in lower living standards.

If you still want to live in the eu you can.......👍


The word progressive stands for a set of policies or world view that aims to promote the interests of all sections of society, including minorities, not just the privileged few.

In all seriousness, do you think the likes of Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg give a damn about anyone apart from the moneyed elite they come from and represent? I haven't heard one argument put forward by Brexiteers that make me believe that a hard Brexit UK will act in the interests of the many and not the few. Name one, go on I dare you.
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The Countdown begins. on 15:22 - Sep 20 with 447 viewsCatullus

The Countdown begins. on 10:51 - Sep 20 by BytholWyn

This is what is so laughable about the whole Brexit fiasco - we're desperate to escape Brussels clutches only to immediately fall into the arms of Trumpist USA. This is the wet dream of all hard right politicians - a low regulation trade deal (in which the USA calls all the shots needless to say) which tears down all the environmental and safety regulations for which the EU can rightly feel proud - just so that the rich sponsors of the right-wing politicians on either side of the Atlantic can enjoy even greater riches at the expense of the public at large.

This is the choice we're facing - being a significant member of a free trade block with a commitment to proper consumer and environmental standards or a small player in a World Order where we have to kowtow to the demands of the big players - including of course the rest of the EU.

It's time to get real, the UK is a medium-sized country whose power is inevitably going to diminish as other, more populous countries catch up. That need not be such a terrible thing - plenty of other countries in Europe (notably the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden) have reconciled themselves to their loss of colonial power and have constructed a future based on progressive values. I see nothing whatsoever in the narrative around Brexit to suggest that it is anything other than a hard-right, regressive project - designed to further deepen the gulf in wealth and opportunity that already exists between the haves and the have nots.

I challenge the Brexiteers to come up with one progressive reason for Brexit.


How about to take our country out of the protectionist EU, itself a friend to corporate greed so we can build a better country for our children.
How about escaping the growing far right influences that are stoking ever more tensions across Europe.

Why do remainers insist the EU is some utopia with standards we can only aspire too? Why do they think leaving means an attack on standards? This isn't a forecast, it's happening now all across EU states there is rising crime, far right fanaticism and race hate. How is staying in the EU going to avoid the right wing nonsense when right wing politicians are gaining more traction week by week?
In all our time in the EU has the gulf between rich and poor narrowed or gotten wider? Well we all know, it has gotten much wider yet remainers expect the EU to change that when in 41 years it's made it worse.
Denmark has rejected parts of the EU, in 2015 in it's referendum it voted to keep opt outs and reject being able to have closer cooperation in many areas. Sweden has had a right wing surge that had the Liberal government in a panic until finally not making the huge gains they expected.
In Sweden violent crime has surged, sex crimes and crimes against immigrants have risen. In the Netherlands, Mark Rutte made a speech last March rejecting ever closer union, he said "more EU is not the answer"
Of those 3 only Denmark has seen a rise in support for the EU.

Just my opinion, but WTF do I know anyway?
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The Countdown begins. on 15:28 - Sep 20 with 442 viewspeenemunde

The Countdown begins. on 15:10 - Sep 20 by BytholWyn

The word progressive stands for a set of policies or world view that aims to promote the interests of all sections of society, including minorities, not just the privileged few.

In all seriousness, do you think the likes of Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg give a damn about anyone apart from the moneyed elite they come from and represent? I haven't heard one argument put forward by Brexiteers that make me believe that a hard Brexit UK will act in the interests of the many and not the few. Name one, go on I dare you.


The word shouldn’t be “progressive” but more like “barking” as in barking mad.
I’m a realist and know that this country and indeed the west in general cannot fix the worlds problems.

70 million more people each year are added to the poverty numbers.
What we and the rest of the west are doing is “pi$$ing in the wind”.
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The Countdown begins. on 15:36 - Sep 20 with 434 viewsCatullus

The Countdown begins. on 10:39 - Sep 20 by Batterseajack

Destroyed? what planet are you on.

You divs repeatedly say that forecasts are useless, yet you all forecast the collapse of the EU based on the rise of a couple of populist parties here and there in the smaller eastern countries.

And when Greece had their referendums, it was to leave the euro, not the EU. Leaving the EU was never a consideration for them. And since we're not in the Euro, we're not exposed to it.


Here and there is smaller eastern european countries you say.....Austria, Hungary and Poland all have right wing governments. Sweden, France, Italy and Cyprus have seen right wing support grow and not to forget Germany where AfD has overtaken the Christian Democrats and Germany has seen large scale far right violence for the first time in decades, in Chemnitz recently 6000 AfD supprters marched and allegedly attacked immigrant families.

Smaller countries, I mostly left them out as you seem to discount Slovenia, Croatia etc.

Just my opinion, but WTF do I know anyway?
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The Countdown begins. on 15:37 - Sep 20 with 434 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins. on 15:28 - Sep 20 by peenemunde

The word shouldn’t be “progressive” but more like “barking” as in barking mad.
I’m a realist and know that this country and indeed the west in general cannot fix the worlds problems.

70 million more people each year are added to the poverty numbers.
What we and the rest of the west are doing is “pi$$ing in the wind”.


Try answering the question. It would make a nice change.

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The Countdown begins. on 15:47 - Sep 20 with 427 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins. on 15:22 - Sep 20 by Catullus

How about to take our country out of the protectionist EU, itself a friend to corporate greed so we can build a better country for our children.
How about escaping the growing far right influences that are stoking ever more tensions across Europe.

Why do remainers insist the EU is some utopia with standards we can only aspire too? Why do they think leaving means an attack on standards? This isn't a forecast, it's happening now all across EU states there is rising crime, far right fanaticism and race hate. How is staying in the EU going to avoid the right wing nonsense when right wing politicians are gaining more traction week by week?
In all our time in the EU has the gulf between rich and poor narrowed or gotten wider? Well we all know, it has gotten much wider yet remainers expect the EU to change that when in 41 years it's made it worse.
Denmark has rejected parts of the EU, in 2015 in it's referendum it voted to keep opt outs and reject being able to have closer cooperation in many areas. Sweden has had a right wing surge that had the Liberal government in a panic until finally not making the huge gains they expected.
In Sweden violent crime has surged, sex crimes and crimes against immigrants have risen. In the Netherlands, Mark Rutte made a speech last March rejecting ever closer union, he said "more EU is not the answer"
Of those 3 only Denmark has seen a rise in support for the EU.


I’m confused. Pikey and Peens seem to view the EU as some kind of socialist Frankenstein as do a lot of wealthy individuals worried about EU regulation - particularly in relation to tax havens and working directives.You are suggesting that the EU is responsible for the widening gap between rich and poor. Very odd.

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The Countdown begins. on 16:43 - Sep 20 with 394 viewsShaky

Vive la difference!


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The Countdown begins. on 16:47 - Sep 20 with 391 viewsShaky

The Countdown begins. on 15:47 - Sep 20 by longlostjack

I’m confused. Pikey and Peens seem to view the EU as some kind of socialist Frankenstein as do a lot of wealthy individuals worried about EU regulation - particularly in relation to tax havens and working directives.You are suggesting that the EU is responsible for the widening gap between rich and poor. Very odd.


That's the beauty of protest movements like the anti-Eu project.

Easy to agree on what you don't like. Much harder, if not impossible to agree on a sensible alternative. As the cabinet performances of the political stars of Brexit have so dismally demonstrated.

Time to put the various 'plans' to a peoples' vote and watch them crash and burn.

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The Countdown begins. on 16:53 - Sep 20 with 382 viewsShaky

From Peston via Facebook:
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Robert Peston
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Chequers, as the journalist Chris Deerin has pointed out, goes pop.

Which wry and funny as it is for those of us of a certain age will not be cheering up Theresa May.

Because the EU summit in Salzburg has been a personal catastrophe for her.

And worse than that, it was an avoidable catastrophe.

Because every EU expert bar those she employs in Whitehall has been saying very loudly for weeks that the trade and commercial proposal in her Chequers Brexit plan would never win favour among the EU 27.

So the question is why she waited to have that so publicly and humiliatingly stated by the EU's president Donald Tusk today, rather than quietly acquiring some wriggle room over recent days.

Also, she's rejected the EU's proposal to keep the Northern Ireland border with the Republic open - because in her estimation it would undermine the integrity of the UK - but won't tell them what her revised proposal may be, though she insists she has one.
Neither she nor EU leaders want a "hard" no-deal Brexit.

But probably the only way for her to avoid it is to eat the humblest of humble pies and jog back to the deal her departed Brexit secretary, David Davis, naively thought he had been mandated to negotiate - a more conventional free trade agreement based on Canada's deal with the UK.

And maybe she could get that through the House of Commons, if her Remainer MPs were terrified into believing that the alternative to backing it would be a general election - which they assume Corbyn would win (whatever opinion polls may indicate).

That said, Canada still wouldn't solve the Irish border conundrum.

Which means that the UK may not be in a position to sign a withdrawal agreement - and that in turn means a no-deal Brexit remains a live possibility, even a probability.

A couple of things follow from all of this:
1) May will emerge as unique in the annals of history if she survives as PM much longer in the face of setbacks on this scale;
2) if all conventional roads lead to a hard no-deal Brexit, the notion of Parliament exerting control and forcing another referendum on us would begin to look not wholly fanciful.
add this to the end of the blog you've already published please

PS at 4.45pm
Brussels officials say that Barnier, Juncker and Tusk wanted to help May turn Salzburg into a stepping stone towards a deal, rather than an impasse.

"We were so ready to help" says one.

But she and her officials made two serious miscalculations, they say:
1) they say she was too aggressive, both in her article setting out what she wants in the German newspaper Die Welt, and at last night's dinner;

2) she was naive in thinking she could appeal above the heads of Barnier, Juncker and Tusk to EU leaders, when those leaders have more pressing issues on their plates and delegated the substance of talks to Barnier for a good reason.

Which means May has driven Brexit talks into a dark cul de sac, and goodness alone knows how she'll get her and the UK out of it,

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The Countdown begins. on 16:54 - Sep 20 with 379 viewspikeypaul

Fecking hell copy and paste boy actually has a mind of his own .

Copy and paste boy we are coming out get used to it son.

And hopefully with no deal which saves us £39 Billion.

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The Countdown begins. on 16:57 - Sep 20 with 373 viewspikeypaul

Hahaha😂😂😂😂😂😂

I was premature in thinking C&P boy could post something of his own thinking rather than trawling the Internet and googling remoaner nonsense.Pretty obvious he would go running to Peston the arch remoaner for his biased views.

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The Countdown begins. on 17:02 - Sep 20 with 362 viewsEbo

The Countdown begins. on 16:54 - Sep 20 by pikeypaul

Fecking hell copy and paste boy actually has a mind of his own .

Copy and paste boy we are coming out get used to it son.

And hopefully with no deal which saves us £39 Billion.

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DO you actually know what a no-deal is??

Thank you, goodnight and bollocks
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The Countdown begins. on 17:09 - Sep 20 with 357 viewsShaky

The Countdown begins. on 17:02 - Sep 20 by Ebo

DO you actually know what a no-deal is??


Correct me if i am wrong here but Pike is DGT, right?

DGT being pretty much a far right boot boy.

Thing is far right boot boys love misery. Or more specifically their intellectual superiors do, although that admittedly doesn't narrow the field down much.

Because misery, economic depression, and widespread personal desperation produce fertile breeding grounds for far right ideologies. Think the 1930s in Germany, Italy, Spain, etc.

Could it happen again? Betcha ass, especially if the country is in a state where the RAF is flying around the country dispensing medical supplies, food, etc.
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The Countdown begins. on 17:29 - Sep 20 with 344 viewsShaky

Macron Calls Brexit Campaign Chiefs Liars: Summit Update
By Tim Ross, Helene Fouquet, and Ian Wishart

Bloomberg, ‎20‎ ‎September‎ ‎2018‎ ‎08‎:‎01‎ ‎BST

Macron Calls Brexiteers Liars (4:48 p.m.)
French President Emmanuel Macron branded Brexiteers who told voters that leaving the EU would be easy "liars," as he issued a stern warning to others that quitting the bloc comes with a cost.

"Brexit is the choice of the British people, a choice pushed by some who predicted easy solutions," he told reporters. "It demonstrates that those who say it’s easy to do without Europe, that it will all go well, that it will help make big profits, they are liars."

In comments that help explain Macron’s strategy in the Brexit negotiations, he said: "Brexit shows us one thing: it’s not that easy to exit European Union, it’s not without cost, it’s not without consequences.’’

Spain Sees Gibraltar Deal in Time For October Summit (4:25 p.m.)
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said he was hopeful an agreement on Gibraltar could be reached with the U.K in mid-October.
“We have some differences on environmental cooperation, judicial and police cooperation, free movement and I would say tobacco and taxes,” Sanchez said. “You may say well, everything. No it’s not everything -- we are very close to reaching an agreement.”

May to offer new proposal for Irish border (4:11 p.m.)
May said she would put forward her own proposal on how to avoid a hard Irish border shortly. She declined to give any details on what it would include, except to say that it wouldn’t carve the U.K. into two customs areas.

She declined to comment when asked whether the U.K. would accept a regulatory -- not customs -- border down the Irish Sea. This is a critical question because the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party, which May relies on to prop up her government, will be hostile to any deal that treats Northern Ireland differently to mainland Britain.

May says she won’t do anything that cuts Northern Ireland off -- her longstanding line, but it hasn’t fully reassured the DUP in the past.

May says only U.K. plan is ‘serious and credible’ (4:04 p.m.)
In her opening remarks May said she had a “frank” chat with Tusk. On the backstop for the Irish border issue: “we will be bringing forward our own proposal shortly.” She insisted that the U.K.’s is “the only serious and credible” plan.

She admitted that there is a lot of hard work to be done but that it’s in the "EU’s interest as well as U.K.’s." When pressed in the first question she repeated her opening remarks, refusing to be drawn on whether chances of a no deal had gone up.

Looking stern, she said she’d always expected these negotiations to be tough. In perhaps her most revealing remarks yet, she said that "at various stages, different tactics are going to be used." Could that mean that behind this hardening and game of brinkmanship, perhaps this is all par for the course?

She grimaced when asked about being disappointed at not getting warm words on her proposal.

Macron says Brexit is harder than British expected (3:52 p.m.)
French President Emmanuel Macron said the difficulties in reaching a deal on Brexit show that leaving the EU isn’t as straightforward as British people were led to believe. Talks must advance before leaders meet again next month.

“Things are advancing but it’s not as simple as the British were told,” Macron said. There is “a lot of nervousness,” he added.

Macron said he’d prefer a no-deal Brexit than one that would damage the EU’s integrity.

Tusk says November summit conditional on progress (3:31 p.m.)
EU President Donald Tusk said leaders will make an assessment in October on whether there has been enough movement in Brexit talks to justify holding an extra summit in November. Tusk says the so-called Chequers plan put forward by British Prime Minister Theresa May won’t work and "maximum progress" is needed before leaders meet again next month.

Tusk said he’s more optimistic than he was that the two sides will eventually reach a settlement but the negotiations are a "tough game" and he couldn’t rule out a no-deal Brexit.

Rutte says May is trying to offer serious proposals (3:23 p.m.)
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said he’s optimistic of a Brexit agreement this year, but his country has done more to prepare for a no-deal scenario than the U.K. British Prime Minister Theresa May is trying to put serious proposals on the table, but what she’s offered so far poses difficulties, he added.

Deadline for Brexit deal is November, Austria says (3:15 p.m.)
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says negotiators are aiming to reach a Brexit deal at November’s summit. Kurz is responsible for leading EU meetings until the end of the year as Austria holds the bloc’s rotating presidency. Romania takes over in January.

Merkel says substantial progress needed on Brexit (3:10 p.m.)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the EU and the U.K. need to make "substantial progress" by October if they are to get the Brexit process on track. She said the EU can’t compromise on the integrity of the single market and chief negotiator Michel Barnier is working excellently. The atmosphere with her British counterpart Theresa May was good in Salzburg, she added.

"There is still a lot of work to do regarding the question of future trade relations," Merkel said at a briefing after the summit. "We have all agreed today that there can be no compromises with regard to the single market."

Could the November Deadline Slip? Some Think So (1:08 p.m.)
Not everyone in the EU thinks November is the final deadline for a Brexit deal. Some reckon it could go into next year and wouldn’t mind too much if it does, according to a government official from an EU27 country, who declined to be named. Veterans of EU crisis summits know that these negotiations always go down to the wire.

The official EU position is that it should be done in good time for parliaments on both sides to ratify it before exit day on March 29, 2019. And May made clear last night that she doesn’t want to extend the negotiating period beyond then in order to get a deal.

Worth remembering this, from back in March, though the U.K. appears to have changed its mind since then: No Brexit Deal Until Next Year, U.K. Officials Say Privately

EU’s Hope for Second Vote Goes Down Badly (11:50 a.m.)
Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s confession that EU leaders want the U.K. to have a second vote and stay in the bloc caused irritation at home.

"It is wishful thinking on behalf on the EU’s part and it has been holding up progress on the talks,’’ Marcus Fysh, a pro-Brexit Tory lawmaker said in an interview. A second referendum “would be incredibly divisive and create more uncertainty for business -- they just want to get on with it."

"It also creates an incentive for the other side not to think about the future relationship."

Fysh blamed former prime ministers Tony Blair and John Major and former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg alongside other “remainers” for visiting European leaders and “misleading’’ them into believing there is support for a second referendum in the U.K.

Pollsters YouGov released research in July showing 42 percent of Britons favor a second referendum, against 40 percent who do not.
EU Still Hoping Brexit Won’t Happen (10:03 a.m.)

During her speech to EU leaders on Wednesday, May tried to ram home her point that they need to compromise fast -- because there is no way out of Brexit.

She told them Britain will leave the bloc next March, there won’t be an extension to the talks and there will never be a second referendum. That message doesn’t seem to have worked.

“There is a unanimous -- almost unanimous -- view around the table that we would like the almost impossible to happen, that the U.K. has another referendum,” Malta Prime Minister Joseph Muscat told BBC Radio on Thursday. “I don’t know what the result would be.”

What Happened to Operation Save May? (9:56 a.m.)
In the run up to the Salzburg summit, there were reports that EU leaders knew they needed to help May get through a politically perilous time in London. The last thing they want is for her to be toppled by pro-Brexit hardliners in her own party before the U.K.’s withdrawal is complete.

May faces a crucial test of her authority on Sept. 30 when the Conservative Party’s annual conference begins in Birmingham, England. The four-day gathering of activists and politicians will culminate in a speech by May in which she will need to convince her own side that she’s still the best person to lead them -- and the country -- through Brexit.

But British hopes that the EU will mount a so-called operation to save May ahead of the conference -- with warm words of encouragement in Salzburg -- were dashed on Wednesday night. European Council President Donald Tusk led a succession of EU leaders in flatly rejecting her Brexit proposals, to the disappointment of British officials, according to people familiar with the matter.

Merkel, Macron Gloomy After Brexit Dinner (9:45 a.m.)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel heard nothing new in May’s presentation at dinner last night, according to a person familiar with the situation. Merkel went into the meeting this morning without speaking to reporters.

French President Emmanuel Macron was also downbeat as he went into the summit. He said the Brexit deal mustn’t put the integrity of the single market at risk, and called on the U.K. to come up with a fix for the Irish border. The battle over the Irish border pits the demands of the U.K. that Northern Ireland mustn’t be cut off from mainland Britain against the demands of the EU that Northern Ireland mustn’t become a leaky border with the EU’s single market.

Orban Has A Simple Solution for Migrant Crisis (9:45 a.m.)
European Union leaders are considering a system of financial contributions by member states that don’t take in migrants, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte told reporters. “It’s clear that if only some countries take part in this mechanism, we can’t call it European,” he said.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban had a simpler solution when asked how to solve the migration problem. He told reporters they need to stop letting migrants in and send those who are in back home.

"Don’t let them in, and those who are in send them home. Simple," he said.

Luxembourg ‘Convinced’ There Will be Brexit Progress (9:15 a.m.)
Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel says there are still obstacles in Brexit talks but he’s confident there will be progress. "It’s very hard but I’m convinced we’ll move forward," he told reporters.

EU President Jean-Claude Juncker said U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s presentation over dinner was "interesting and polite." Leaders are being friendlier this morning than they were last night.

Still, Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite wasn’t so sure: She said "there is no progress," and talks are at a standstill.

Czech P.M. Says He Feels Sorry for the U.K. (9:07 a.m.)
Asked by reporters if he felt sorry for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May as she battles through Brexit, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said: "I feel sorry for the U.K."

Kurz Says Both Sides Need to Compromise (8:50 a.m.)
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz told reporters that both sides know they need to compromise for a Brexit deal to be done.

“Aside from the media discussion and aside from hard-line published statements, inside the meeting I have the impression that both sides are aware that one will find a solution only by moving toward each other.”

He said the Brexit discussion was more positive inside the room at dinner last night.

Late on Wednesday, leaders struck a more negative tone, saying time was running out and that progress has been scant. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May also cranked up the pressure, saying she wouldn’t allow an extension to the exit day deadline in order to get a deal.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-20/austria-says-brexit-debate-mo

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The Countdown begins. on 17:34 - Sep 20 with 338 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

Get ready for a general election

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The Countdown begins. on 17:43 - Sep 20 with 335 viewsBatterseajack

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Get ready for a general election


Get ready for people who previously said we should leave with a deal which would be easy to strike, now say they meant no deal Brexit all along.

No deal Brexit means than at the end of March next year, all treaties we were part of from being members of the EU cease to exist overnight and we'll have no transition period to react to this.
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The Countdown begins. on 18:02 - Sep 20 with 324 viewsWarwickHunt

The Countdown begins. on 17:34 - Sep 20 by oh_tommy_tommy

Get ready for a general election


“There will be no second referendum”, yes there will, Theresa - it’s just that it will be called a general election.

#bollockstobrexit
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The Countdown begins. on 18:07 - Sep 20 with 317 viewsWarwickHunt

The Countdown begins. on 17:09 - Sep 20 by Shaky

Correct me if i am wrong here but Pike is DGT, right?

DGT being pretty much a far right boot boy.

Thing is far right boot boys love misery. Or more specifically their intellectual superiors do, although that admittedly doesn't narrow the field down much.

Because misery, economic depression, and widespread personal desperation produce fertile breeding grounds for far right ideologies. Think the 1930s in Germany, Italy, Spain, etc.

Could it happen again? Betcha ass, especially if the country is in a state where the RAF is flying around the country dispensing medical supplies, food, etc.
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PenisMount is DGT, aka Benny from Crossroads.
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The Countdown begins. on 18:09 - Sep 20 with 314 viewsShaky

The Countdown begins. on 18:07 - Sep 20 by WarwickHunt

PenisMount is DGT, aka Benny from Crossroads.


Yes. that is undoubtedly the prevailing theory.

I am not so sure.

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The Countdown begins. on 18:24 - Sep 20 with 301 viewsWarwickHunt

“Chequers Goes Pop” 😂😂😂
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The Countdown begins. on 18:33 - Sep 20 with 289 viewspeenemunde

The Countdown begins. on 18:07 - Sep 20 by WarwickHunt

PenisMount is DGT, aka Benny from Crossroads.


And you have a lot in common with Jimmy Savile 🤣
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The Countdown begins. on 18:39 - Sep 20 with 283 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins. on 18:24 - Sep 20 by WarwickHunt

“Chequers Goes Pop” 😂😂😂


There’ll be a last minute fudge which May will try to present as a victory. She won’t get it through Parliament, but she’ll try to present anybody voting against her deal as voting against the national interest. March deadline will be extended, Pikey will disappear for a while. What happens then is anybody’s guess. Suck it up Brextreemists!

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The Countdown begins. on 19:03 - Sep 20 with 261 viewslondonlisa2001

The Countdown begins. on 18:24 - Sep 20 by WarwickHunt

“Chequers Goes Pop” 😂😂😂


It’s almost as if the EU haven’t managed to work out how much more they’re going to suffer than we will, which is what penismind and pikeypaul have been telling us all.

Incredible how stupid they’re being, what with all those tariffs and not selling cars and food and stuff.

It surely couldn’t be that penismind and pikeypaul don’t know what they’re talking about? After all their in-depth analysis and everything?
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The Countdown begins. on 19:05 - Sep 20 with 260 viewspikeypaul

No deal is coming home and I fecking love it.

I am going nowhere little hands.

Lefties showing their true colours wanting failure on ANY negotiations so they can have a GE.

Not going to happen guys,May is out after March 29th if not before and we will ALL be happy when the remoaner goes to be replaced by someone who respects democracy.

Anyway not long until we are out.

190 AFLI

SUCK IT UP YOU REMOANER LOSERS

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