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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 15:59 - Nov 11 with 609 viewskrunchykarrot

What if a No Deal scenario is better long term for the country?
What about the people who voted to leave hoping for WTO rules as they are convinced we would be better off in the long term?
As an example where are all the people who wanted to join the Euro dont see them admitting that they were wrong as they genuinly believed they knew better. It is now a Sh1tfest with people of all opinions getting riled. The only option i can see now is NO Deal and we should communicate that message in the strongest terms as its turning our nation into a buch of subservient pussies.
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The Countdown begins. on 16:20 - Nov 11 with 597 viewsKilkennyjack

The Countdown begins. on 15:59 - Nov 11 by krunchykarrot

What if a No Deal scenario is better long term for the country?
What about the people who voted to leave hoping for WTO rules as they are convinced we would be better off in the long term?
As an example where are all the people who wanted to join the Euro dont see them admitting that they were wrong as they genuinly believed they knew better. It is now a Sh1tfest with people of all opinions getting riled. The only option i can see now is NO Deal and we should communicate that message in the strongest terms as its turning our nation into a buch of subservient pussies.


You do realise that a bunch of inherited money Tory types have played you, dont you ?

It was all about their short term money making, the rest is made up.
That why nobody can deliver it.
There is no such thing.

‘Beware of the risen people’ ........🍀🇮🇪 💚 YesCymru 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

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The Countdown begins. on 17:31 - Nov 11 with 569 viewskrunchykarrot

The Countdown begins. on 16:20 - Nov 11 by Kilkennyjack

You do realise that a bunch of inherited money Tory types have played you, dont you ?

It was all about their short term money making, the rest is made up.
That why nobody can deliver it.
There is no such thing.


No i concurred with Plaid, Tony Benn Michael Foot et al. I dont want delivery of anything just to leave as i didnt want to be in simple.
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The Countdown begins. on 22:32 - Nov 11 with 515 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins. on 15:59 - Nov 11 by krunchykarrot

What if a No Deal scenario is better long term for the country?
What about the people who voted to leave hoping for WTO rules as they are convinced we would be better off in the long term?
As an example where are all the people who wanted to join the Euro dont see them admitting that they were wrong as they genuinly believed they knew better. It is now a Sh1tfest with people of all opinions getting riled. The only option i can see now is NO Deal and we should communicate that message in the strongest terms as its turning our nation into a buch of subservient pussies.


I’m sure that there were millions who voted leave because they were convinced that they’d be better off under WTO rules.

PS. Are you a Time Lord? Were you regenerated from Peenemunde?
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The Countdown begins. on 00:11 - Nov 12 with 473 viewskrunchykarrot

The Countdown begins. on 22:32 - Nov 11 by longlostjack

I’m sure that there were millions who voted leave because they were convinced that they’d be better off under WTO rules.

PS. Are you a Time Lord? Were you regenerated from Peenemunde?
[Post edited 11 Nov 22:38]


Yes you are correct millions the only group who knew exactly what they wanted plain and simple from the get go.
As for being some kind of Time Lord i gather from reports that they've even managed to cock that up.
And to your last question no.
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The Countdown begins. on 00:28 - Nov 12 with 467 viewspikeypaul

The start of another week closer to the great day when we are out.

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SUCK IT UP YOU REMOANER LOSERS.

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The Countdown begins. on 10:26 - Nov 12 with 413 viewsBatterseajack

The Countdown begins. on 15:59 - Nov 11 by krunchykarrot

What if a No Deal scenario is better long term for the country?
What about the people who voted to leave hoping for WTO rules as they are convinced we would be better off in the long term?
As an example where are all the people who wanted to join the Euro dont see them admitting that they were wrong as they genuinly believed they knew better. It is now a Sh1tfest with people of all opinions getting riled. The only option i can see now is NO Deal and we should communicate that message in the strongest terms as its turning our nation into a buch of subservient pussies.


What evidence is there that a no deal scenario will be better for the country? Has anyone done a credible study that says, "we expect this or that sectors to suffer for around 'this period of time' immediately after leaving from loss of access to EU markets, BUT we'll gain this ground back 'and then some' by potentially gaining access to 'X,Y and Z' markets in the following list of countries....

There's literally been none of that. So even if No deal scenario could benefit this country in some way, we wouldn't know how to get that because we haven't come up with a plan to implement it. Which ever way you look at it, Brexit is a mega project in restructuring our economy, and like all mega projects, needs a sound plan other wise it decends into chaos.

We haven't seen any strategy or proper discussion on how Brexit should be implemented from the Brexit team since winning the vote. This has led to a premature A50 notification, and this was clapped and cheered on by the Brexit fantasists who seems satisfied by empty slogans like "Brexit means Brexit".
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The Countdown begins. on 10:35 - Nov 12 with 410 viewsWarwickHunt

The Countdown begins. on 00:11 - Nov 12 by krunchykarrot

Yes you are correct millions the only group who knew exactly what they wanted plain and simple from the get go.
As for being some kind of Time Lord i gather from reports that they've even managed to cock that up.
And to your last question no.


Anyone who thought it would be "plain and simple" is a fücking imbecile.
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The Countdown begins. on 10:39 - Nov 12 with 405 viewsBatterseajack

The Countdown begins. on 10:35 - Nov 12 by WarwickHunt

Anyone who thought it would be "plain and simple" is a fücking imbecile.


Laughable isn't it. Its plain and simple, until you start dealing with the realities of all the downsides to leaving the EU.
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The Countdown begins. on 11:24 - Nov 12 with 381 viewspikeypaul

Especially when we have got the remoaners doing everything to stop democracy.

No deal is coming home and I am fecking loving it suck it up you remoaner losers.

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Not long now lads.

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The Countdown begins. on 12:05 - Nov 12 with 370 viewsBatterseajack

People are living in fantasy land if they think Brexit is good for our Economy, jobs and tax receipts. Our EU facing companies are quietly upping sticks and relocating abroad.

Steris PLC, a company with $2.6 billion in annual revenue, is planning to redomicile from the UK to Ireland due to Brexit. What that means is that, as an Irish company, the Irish tax authorities will collect its taxes going forward and not HMRC.
https://seekingalpha.com/filing/4225572

Pfizer - $100 million on Brexit prep:"Pfizer’s preparations are well advanced to make the changes necessary to meet EU legal requirements after the U.K. is no longer a member state, especially in the regulatory, manufacturing and supply chain areas."
https://investors.pfizer.com/financials/sec-filings/sec-filings-details/default.

AstraZenica estimates its Brexit-related costs at £40 million for duplicate drug testing requirements, and building up product stockpiles
https://www.fiercepharma.com/astrazeneca-brexit-preparations-to-cost-ps40m-as-it

Chubb (world's largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company) is redomiciling from the UK to France. It has already received permission from the french regulator, and aims to complete its move on 1 January 2019.
https://www.chubb.com/uk-en/brexit/

Columbia Threadneedle switched £6.2 billion worth of assets from UK domiciled funds to Luxembourg domiciled funds
https://www.ftadviser.com/investments/2018/05/09/columbia-threadneedle-moves-uk-

Liberty Specialty Markets is redomiciling its insurance company from the UK to Luxembourg
https://www.libertyspecialtymarkets.com/press-releases/liberty-redomicile-uk-ins

Admiral Group is planning to move some of its UK business from Admiral Insurance Company Limited to an entity in Spain, Admiral Europe Compañía de Seguros, S.A, that was set on 20 December 2017.
https://admiralgroup.co.uk/our-business/corporate-governance/european-business-t

A ferry company has brought in 2 new ships, including the "Brexit Buster" ship Celine (600 truck capacity, world's largest short sea roll-on roll-off ferry). Idea is to bypass the UK and send freight directly from Ireland to Belgium and Spain.
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/brexit-busting-ferry-launched

JPMorgan and other leading US banks are getting ready to shift over 250 billion euro in assets from London to Frankfurt
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-09/u-s-banks-said-to-plan-tenfol

XL Insurance Company SE (a company writing over £2 billion/year in insurance premiums) is moving from the UK to Ireland in January 2019 due to Brexit (the move is explicitly described as due to Brexit in its annual accounts).
https://document-api-images-prod.s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/docs/wAvAZv_RdcdWcIl

Bank of America has spent between $300 and $400 million preparing for Brexit, including establishing new subsidiaries in Paris and Dublin, moving staff etc. Exact cost not yet clear as project is ongoing.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-08/bofa-has-spent-400-million-pr

Insurer Hiscox spent US$15 million (£11.5 million) in preparations against a no-deal Brexit (it will also transfer some business to Luxembourg).
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/11/05/hiscox-reveals-115m-bill-brexit-

A $15 billion hedge fund specialising in distressed debt is gearing up to profit out of Brexit chaos.
https://www.bloombergquint.com/markets/marathon-s-richards-is-waiting-in-wings-f

Government has spent £5.5 million keeping Manston Airport open in case it's needed as additional overflow lorry parking after Brexit.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-42885595

Corporate Sterling-denominated bond sales have slumped 34% this year, as companies put off investing in the UK due to Brexit uncertainty.
https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/brexit-may-risk-no-deal-bond-market-as-uncertainty-l

Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc is moving approximately 6% of its insurance and reinsurance business to a new legal entity in Luxembourg, with the intention that the move be effective 1 January 2019.
https://www.rsagroup.com/support/brexit-information-and-documents-for-rsa-europe

AIG operates in Europe through a single legal entity established in the UK (with branches across Europe). They are restructuring their business because of Brexit, and moving all non-UK business to a Luxembourg entity (planned by December 2018).
http://www.aig.be/microsites/brexit

European Medical Agency (EMA), Europe's medicines regulator, is moving from London to Amsterdam. It used to employ close to 900 people in London. It's had to cut its short-term service offering as it will lose at least 30% of staff during the move.
https://pharmaphorum.com/news/ema-cuts-services-amid-brexit-staff-exodus/

France's top banks are moving 500 jobs out of London due to Brexit.
https://www.financemagnates.com/institutional-forex/regulation/france-top-banks-

GSK Brexit prep spend: "We currently anticipate that the cost to implement these and other necessary changes could be up to £70 million over the next two to three years, with subsequent ongoing additional costs of approximately £50 million per year."
https://www.gsk.com/media/4751/annual-report.pdf

A major financial firm, CME Group's BrokerTec, is leaving London for Amsterdam because of Brexit, taking its $240 billion/day repo market with it.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-06/a-240-billion-a-month-market-

British hauliers are already having to turn down contracts worth hundreds of thousands of pounds because of uncertainties surrounding a no-deal Brexit.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7676717/brit-haulier-outraged-no-deal-fears/

The Government estimates that it will cost the chemicals industry £450 million to reregister chemicals under a post-Brexit regime. (That's just to replicate the status quo.)
https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201719/ldselect/ldeucom/215/215.pdf
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The Countdown begins. on 12:07 - Nov 12 with 368 viewsBatterseajack

The Countdown begins. on 11:24 - Nov 12 by pikeypaul

Especially when we have got the remoaners doing everything to stop democracy.

No deal is coming home and I am fecking loving it suck it up you remoaner losers.

138

Not long now lads.


Nonsense again from you, there isn't even an opposition to speak of right now.
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The Countdown begins. on 12:32 - Nov 12 with 355 viewspikeypaul

So who were those losers wasting everyone’s time walking around London a couple of weeks back?

What is not nonsense is that the country voted to leave and that is what will happen despite you loser remoaners trying to do anything to stop it.

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The Countdown begins. on 12:42 - Nov 12 with 348 viewsBatterseajack

The Countdown begins. on 12:32 - Nov 12 by pikeypaul

So who were those losers wasting everyone’s time walking around London a couple of weeks back?

What is not nonsense is that the country voted to leave and that is what will happen despite you loser remoaners trying to do anything to stop it.

138 AFLI

No deal is coming home and I fecking love it.


You have a weird definition of democracy where the government shouldn't ever be challenged or be held to account, 48% of voters suddenly become 0% and that they shouldn't use democratic means to get their voices heard.
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The Countdown begins. on 13:01 - Nov 12 with 339 viewsJango

The Countdown begins. on 12:42 - Nov 12 by Batterseajack

You have a weird definition of democracy where the government shouldn't ever be challenged or be held to account, 48% of voters suddenly become 0% and that they shouldn't use democratic means to get their voices heard.


Once in a lifetime vote they said battersea. You and your remainer chums are quick to insult the intelligence of any leave voter but are too stupid to understand that once in a lifetime means once.
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The Countdown begins. on 13:20 - Nov 12 with 325 viewsWarwickHunt

The Countdown begins. on 13:01 - Nov 12 by Jango

Once in a lifetime vote they said battersea. You and your remainer chums are quick to insult the intelligence of any leave voter but are too stupid to understand that once in a lifetime means once.


Who were they? I didn't see that on my ballot paper.

Perhaps they were the same ones who said "£350m a week to spend on the NHS".
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The Countdown begins. on 13:28 - Nov 12 with 317 viewsHighjack

The Countdown begins. on 13:20 - Nov 12 by WarwickHunt

Who were they? I didn't see that on my ballot paper.

Perhaps they were the same ones who said "£350m a week to spend on the NHS".


Pretty much everyone on all sides of the argument said it constantly.

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The Countdown begins. on 13:58 - Nov 12 with 311 viewsJango

The Countdown begins. on 13:20 - Nov 12 by WarwickHunt

Who were they? I didn't see that on my ballot paper.

Perhaps they were the same ones who said "£350m a week to spend on the NHS".


I think when people start arguing for a second referendum before you've even had the first one, I think that clearly demonstrates that you are losing the argument," Cameron told an event hosted by the World Economic Forum.

"I am absolutely clear a referendum is a referendum, it's a once in a generation, once in a lifetime opportunity and the result determines the outcome ... You can't have neverendums, you have referendums."



I think anyone who votes out on the assumption that a year or two later you can have another vote to vote back in... is being unrealistic about the nature of the choice," Mr Osborne said.

"And I think it's really important that the British people focus on the fact this is the once-in-a-lifetime decision."


Not that they were important figures during the time of the referendum or anything.
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The Countdown begins. on 14:06 - Nov 12 with 306 viewsBatterseajack

We can do contradictory quotes all day long. This second referendum we had just two years about was less than a generation/life time from the first referendum to vote us in.

“Referendums should be held when the electorate are in the best possible position to make a judgment. They should be held when people can view all the arguments for and against and when those arguments have been rigorously tested. In short, referendums should be held when people know exactly what they are getting. So legislation should be debated by Members of Parliament on the Floor of the House, and then put to the electorate for the voters to judge.

“We should not ask people to vote on a blank sheet of paper and tell them to trust us to fill in the details afterwards. For referendums to be fair and compatible with our parliamentary process, we need the electors to be as well informed as possible and to know exactly what they are voting for. Referendums need to be treated as an addition to the parliamentary process, not as a substitute for it.”
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The Countdown begins. on 14:07 - Nov 12 with 303 viewsBatterseajack

Didn't see any of this on the side of a red bus.

Steris PLC, a company with $2.6 billion in annual revenue, is planning to redomicile from the UK to Ireland due to Brexit. What that means is that, as an Irish company, the Irish tax authorities will collect its taxes going forward and not HMRC.
https://seekingalpha.com/filing/4225572

Pfizer - $100 million on Brexit prep:"Pfizer’s preparations are well advanced to make the changes necessary to meet EU legal requirements after the U.K. is no longer a member state, especially in the regulatory, manufacturing and supply chain areas."
https://investors.pfizer.com/financials/sec-filings/sec-filings-details/default.

AstraZenica estimates its Brexit-related costs at £40 million for duplicate drug testing requirements, and building up product stockpiles
https://www.fiercepharma.com/astrazeneca-brexit-preparations-to-cost-ps40m-as-it

Chubb (world's largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company) is redomiciling from the UK to France. It has already received permission from the french regulator, and aims to complete its move on 1 January 2019.
https://www.chubb.com/uk-en/brexit/

Columbia Threadneedle switched £6.2 billion worth of assets from UK domiciled funds to Luxembourg domiciled funds
https://www.ftadviser.com/investments/2018/05/09/columbia-threadneedle-moves-uk-

Liberty Specialty Markets is redomiciling its insurance company from the UK to Luxembourg
https://www.libertyspecialtymarkets.com/press-releases/liberty-redomicile-uk-ins

Admiral Group is planning to move some of its UK business from Admiral Insurance Company Limited to an entity in Spain, Admiral Europe Compañía de Seguros, S.A, that was set on 20 December 2017.
https://admiralgroup.co.uk/our-business/corporate-governance/european-business-t

A ferry company has brought in 2 new ships, including the "Brexit Buster" ship Celine (600 truck capacity, world's largest short sea roll-on roll-off ferry). Idea is to bypass the UK and send freight directly from Ireland to Belgium and Spain.
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/brexit-busting-ferry-launched

JPMorgan and other leading US banks are getting ready to shift over 250 billion euro in assets from London to Frankfurt
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-09/u-s-banks-said-to-plan-tenfol

XL Insurance Company SE (a company writing over £2 billion/year in insurance premiums) is moving from the UK to Ireland in January 2019 due to Brexit (the move is explicitly described as due to Brexit in its annual accounts).
https://document-api-images-prod.s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/docs/wAvAZv_RdcdWcIl

Bank of America has spent between $300 and $400 million preparing for Brexit, including establishing new subsidiaries in Paris and Dublin, moving staff etc. Exact cost not yet clear as project is ongoing.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-08/bofa-has-spent-400-million-pr

Insurer Hiscox spent US$15 million (£11.5 million) in preparations against a no-deal Brexit (it will also transfer some business to Luxembourg).
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/11/05/hiscox-reveals-115m-bill-brexit-

A $15 billion hedge fund specialising in distressed debt is gearing up to profit out of Brexit chaos.
https://www.bloombergquint.com/markets/marathon-s-richards-is-waiting-in-wings-f

Government has spent £5.5 million keeping Manston Airport open in case it's needed as additional overflow lorry parking after Brexit.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-42885595

Corporate Sterling-denominated bond sales have slumped 34% this year, as companies put off investing in the UK due to Brexit uncertainty.
https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/brexit-may-risk-no-deal-bond-market-as-uncertainty-l

Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc is moving approximately 6% of its insurance and reinsurance business to a new legal entity in Luxembourg, with the intention that the move be effective 1 January 2019.
https://www.rsagroup.com/support/brexit-information-and-documents-for-rsa-europe

AIG operates in Europe through a single legal entity established in the UK (with branches across Europe). They are restructuring their business because of Brexit, and moving all non-UK business to a Luxembourg entity (planned by December 2018).
http://www.aig.be/microsites/brexit

European Medical Agency (EMA), Europe's medicines regulator, is moving from London to Amsterdam. It used to employ close to 900 people in London. It's had to cut its short-term service offering as it will lose at least 30% of staff during the move.
https://pharmaphorum.com/news/ema-cuts-services-amid-brexit-staff-exodus/

France's top banks are moving 500 jobs out of London due to Brexit.
https://www.financemagnates.com/institutional-forex/regulation/france-top-banks-

GSK Brexit prep spend: "We currently anticipate that the cost to implement these and other necessary changes could be up to £70 million over the next two to three years, with subsequent ongoing additional costs of approximately £50 million per year."
https://www.gsk.com/media/4751/annual-report.pdf

A major financial firm, CME Group's BrokerTec, is leaving London for Amsterdam because of Brexit, taking its $240 billion/day repo market with it.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-06/a-240-billion-a-month-market-

British hauliers are already having to turn down contracts worth hundreds of thousands of pounds because of uncertainties surrounding a no-deal Brexit.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7676717/brit-haulier-outraged-no-deal-fears/

The Government estimates that it will cost the chemicals industry £450 million to reregister chemicals under a post-Brexit regime. (That's just to replicate the status quo.)
https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201719/ldselect/ldeucom/215/215.pdf
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The Countdown begins. on 14:10 - Nov 12 with 298 viewsHighjack

The Countdown begins. on 14:06 - Nov 12 by Batterseajack

We can do contradictory quotes all day long. This second referendum we had just two years about was less than a generation/life time from the first referendum to vote us in.

“Referendums should be held when the electorate are in the best possible position to make a judgment. They should be held when people can view all the arguments for and against and when those arguments have been rigorously tested. In short, referendums should be held when people know exactly what they are getting. So legislation should be debated by Members of Parliament on the Floor of the House, and then put to the electorate for the voters to judge.

“We should not ask people to vote on a blank sheet of paper and tell them to trust us to fill in the details afterwards. For referendums to be fair and compatible with our parliamentary process, we need the electors to be as well informed as possible and to know exactly what they are voting for. Referendums need to be treated as an addition to the parliamentary process, not as a substitute for it.”


We never had a first referendum to vote us in.

The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.
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The Countdown begins. on 14:33 - Nov 12 with 282 viewsWarwickHunt

The Countdown begins. on 13:58 - Nov 12 by Jango

I think when people start arguing for a second referendum before you've even had the first one, I think that clearly demonstrates that you are losing the argument," Cameron told an event hosted by the World Economic Forum.

"I am absolutely clear a referendum is a referendum, it's a once in a generation, once in a lifetime opportunity and the result determines the outcome ... You can't have neverendums, you have referendums."



I think anyone who votes out on the assumption that a year or two later you can have another vote to vote back in... is being unrealistic about the nature of the choice," Mr Osborne said.

"And I think it's really important that the British people focus on the fact this is the once-in-a-lifetime decision."


Not that they were important figures during the time of the referendum or anything.


Well, they sure as fûck aren't now...
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The Countdown begins. on 17:34 - Nov 12 with 222 viewsCatullus

The Countdown begins. on 14:33 - Nov 12 by WarwickHunt

Well, they sure as fûck aren't now...


No, they created the sh1tfest then ran away like a pair of cowards. In Osborne's case of course, he took another job (well one of 6 well paid positions he holds) as an editor and uses it to attack May wherever possible. Cameron recently made noises about coming back in some way and was ridiculed.
Make no istake about it, the government were so sure we'd choose remain they never considered a plan of any sort for a leave vote.
This situation was caused by imbecilic politicians. There were very few facts and very little honesty from either side, but we are where we are and even Corbyn doesn't support a second vote with an option to remain, possibly because he has always been eurosceptic. How does that sit with the Tory hating europhiles on here, that Corbyn has always been eurosceptic?

Just my opinion, but WTF do I know anyway?
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The Countdown begins. on 18:31 - Nov 12 with 206 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins. on 17:34 - Nov 12 by Catullus

No, they created the sh1tfest then ran away like a pair of cowards. In Osborne's case of course, he took another job (well one of 6 well paid positions he holds) as an editor and uses it to attack May wherever possible. Cameron recently made noises about coming back in some way and was ridiculed.
Make no istake about it, the government were so sure we'd choose remain they never considered a plan of any sort for a leave vote.
This situation was caused by imbecilic politicians. There were very few facts and very little honesty from either side, but we are where we are and even Corbyn doesn't support a second vote with an option to remain, possibly because he has always been eurosceptic. How does that sit with the Tory hating europhiles on here, that Corbyn has always been eurosceptic?


Not very well. Keir Starmer will sort it out hopefully.

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The Countdown begins. on 18:50 - Nov 12 with 193 viewsLeonWasGod

The Countdown begins. on 12:32 - Nov 12 by pikeypaul

So who were those losers wasting everyone’s time walking around London a couple of weeks back?

What is not nonsense is that the country voted to leave and that is what will happen despite you loser remoaners trying to do anything to stop it.

138 AFLI

No deal is coming home and I fecking love it.


Here are some “loser” leavers for balance.

https://goo.gl/images/wAZPSB

And here’s a few eurosceptic lobbying and political groups who spent DECADES campaigning against ‘the will of the people’:
Get Britain Out (1961-)
Campaign for an Independent Britain (1969-)
UKIP (1993-)
Global Britain (1997-)
The Democracy Movement (1998-)
Better Off Out (2006-)

You really have worked out how democracy works have you? People are still entitled to make their views known, irrespective of the current consensus. That’s the beauty of living here and not in a dictatorship.
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