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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK 23:28 - Nov 10 with 749540 viewspikeypaul



And like a typical anti democracy remoaner he decided the will of the people should be ignored the minute the democratic result was in total fecking hypocrite 😂😂😂😂😂😂

Despite it being voted in to law by the commons the spineless two faced remoaner MPs have totally abandoned any morals and decided to ignore the will of the British people.

It will be remembered and no election or referendum will ever be the same again in this country.

The one thing that will come is a massive surge in the popularity of UKIP or a similar party in the future who stand for the 52%.

Happy Days.

[Post edited 29 Mar 4:37]

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The Countdown begins on 15:25 - Mar 26 with 566 viewsHighjack

The Countdown begins on 15:17 - Mar 26 by oh_tommy_tommy

Labour aren’t in charge of brexit
Were never in charge of brexit
And are still not in charge of brexit ,Yet .

They’ve done all they can to get it this far

Not for the want of labour MPS voting for the government and brexit

Start pointing the finger else were son

Start with John Mann and continue with the list
And come back with the answers


If corbyn and McDonnell were still back benchers they’d be proudly walking through those lobbies with Mann, Skinner, Hoey etc.

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 15:34 - Mar 26 with 546 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

The Countdown begins on 15:25 - Mar 26 by Highjack

If corbyn and McDonnell were still back benchers they’d be proudly walking through those lobbies with Mann, Skinner, Hoey etc.


Indeed


IF








But they didn’t 🤷🏼‍♂️

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The Countdown begins on 16:32 - Mar 26 with 493 viewsAce_Jack

The Countdown begins on 15:17 - Mar 26 by oh_tommy_tommy

Labour aren’t in charge of brexit
Were never in charge of brexit
And are still not in charge of brexit ,Yet .

They’ve done all they can to get it this far

Not for the want of labour MPS voting for the government and brexit

Start pointing the finger else were son

Start with John Mann and continue with the list
And come back with the answers


That's not my point at all.

What I'm saying is if our election strategy is to commit Labour to Brexit without a second referendum, we will be annihilated at the next election as remainers won't give us their vote.

Jeremy's reluctance to embrace the will of the members of the Labour party is rooted in his stubborn long standing euroskepticism. If you think the British public are sitting there ready and waiting to carry Corbyn to Downing street just so he can enact a soft Brexit, you're delusional.
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The Countdown begins on 16:37 - Mar 26 with 486 viewsbluey_the_blue

The Countdown begins on 16:32 - Mar 26 by Ace_Jack

That's not my point at all.

What I'm saying is if our election strategy is to commit Labour to Brexit without a second referendum, we will be annihilated at the next election as remainers won't give us their vote.

Jeremy's reluctance to embrace the will of the members of the Labour party is rooted in his stubborn long standing euroskepticism. If you think the British public are sitting there ready and waiting to carry Corbyn to Downing street just so he can enact a soft Brexit, you're delusional.


I've seen some of those praising Corbyn for nit being a career politician ( lol ), being a man of principles and integrity ( lol ) then castigate him for not backing second referendum / remain.

He's always been anti-EU? Surely some of his newfound followers could at least do some basic research?
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The Countdown begins on 16:49 - Mar 26 with 475 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

The Countdown begins on 16:32 - Mar 26 by Ace_Jack

That's not my point at all.

What I'm saying is if our election strategy is to commit Labour to Brexit without a second referendum, we will be annihilated at the next election as remainers won't give us their vote.

Jeremy's reluctance to embrace the will of the members of the Labour party is rooted in his stubborn long standing euroskepticism. If you think the British public are sitting there ready and waiting to carry Corbyn to Downing street just so he can enact a soft Brexit, you're delusional.


Labour are

What are you not getting ?

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The Countdown begins on 16:53 - Mar 26 with 465 viewswaynekerr55

The Countdown begins on 16:49 - Mar 26 by oh_tommy_tommy

Labour are

What are you not getting ?


Tommy me old mucca, you cannot be serious. Ace is spot on.

How many of you know what DP stands for?
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The Countdown begins on 16:54 - Mar 26 with 464 viewsAce_Jack

The Countdown begins on 16:49 - Mar 26 by oh_tommy_tommy

Labour are

What are you not getting ?


he's been dragged kicking and screaming to the position where he still wont say that he will give the british people the final say on brexit. We'll see how it plays out but it will be one hell of a fight to get a second referendum into labour policy at a general election.
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The Countdown begins on 16:54 - Mar 26 with 463 viewsHighjack

The Countdown begins on 16:32 - Mar 26 by Ace_Jack

That's not my point at all.

What I'm saying is if our election strategy is to commit Labour to Brexit without a second referendum, we will be annihilated at the next election as remainers won't give us their vote.

Jeremy's reluctance to embrace the will of the members of the Labour party is rooted in his stubborn long standing euroskepticism. If you think the British public are sitting there ready and waiting to carry Corbyn to Downing street just so he can enact a soft Brexit, you're delusional.


I would wager the vast majority of voters will not consider brexit when voting in the general election. Those who want the tories out will vote labour and those who don’t want corbyn in will vote Tory.

It was ever thus under fptp.

Both parties committed to brexit last time (look how that’s turned out) and both had a positive swing in terms of votes as everyone abandoned the fringe parties. Nothing will change until we alter this god awful voting system.

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 16:55 - Mar 26 with 458 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

The Countdown begins on 16:53 - Mar 26 by waynekerr55

Tommy me old mucca, you cannot be serious. Ace is spot on.


Only if you agree with him my friend .

And I’m saying labour have gone about this the right way
The only way

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The Countdown begins on 16:57 - Mar 26 with 445 viewswaynekerr55

The Countdown begins on 16:55 - Mar 26 by oh_tommy_tommy

Only if you agree with him my friend .

And I’m saying labour have gone about this the right way
The only way


Well we shall agree to disagree, yer daft commie

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The Countdown begins on 16:58 - Mar 26 with 443 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

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I would wager the vast majority of voters will not consider brexit when voting in the general election. Those who want the tories out will vote labour and those who don’t want corbyn in will vote Tory.

It was ever thus under fptp.

Both parties committed to brexit last time (look how that’s turned out) and both had a positive swing in terms of votes as everyone abandoned the fringe parties. Nothing will change until we alter this god awful voting system.


That sums it up

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The Countdown begins on 16:59 - Mar 26 with 438 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

The Countdown begins on 16:57 - Mar 26 by waynekerr55

Well we shall agree to disagree, yer daft commie


Peace ✌🏻

😀

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The Countdown begins on 16:59 - Mar 26 with 436 viewsAce_Jack

The Countdown begins on 16:54 - Mar 26 by Highjack

I would wager the vast majority of voters will not consider brexit when voting in the general election. Those who want the tories out will vote labour and those who don’t want corbyn in will vote Tory.

It was ever thus under fptp.

Both parties committed to brexit last time (look how that’s turned out) and both had a positive swing in terms of votes as everyone abandoned the fringe parties. Nothing will change until we alter this god awful voting system.


you'll get no disagreements from me on our shambles of an electoral system
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The Countdown begins on 17:02 - Mar 26 with 427 viewswaynekerr55

The Countdown begins on 16:59 - Mar 26 by oh_tommy_tommy

Peace ✌🏻

😀



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The Countdown begins on 17:14 - Mar 26 with 403 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

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Anyway

Mogg is upsetting everyone again

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The Countdown begins on 17:18 - Mar 26 with 395 viewssherpajacob

The Countdown begins on 16:59 - Mar 26 by Ace_Jack

you'll get no disagreements from me on our shambles of an electoral system


we definitely need a better system.

Fewer Mp's but pay them a lot more to attract better quality.

Something like 75 UK MPs elected via PR from much larger constituencies, with say 4 or 5 to represent the whole of Wales. The D'Hondt system of PR could be used. This would be more democratic than our current FPTP.

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The Countdown begins on 17:29 - Mar 26 with 372 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins on 17:18 - Mar 26 by sherpajacob

we definitely need a better system.

Fewer Mp's but pay them a lot more to attract better quality.

Something like 75 UK MPs elected via PR from much larger constituencies, with say 4 or 5 to represent the whole of Wales. The D'Hondt system of PR could be used. This would be more democratic than our current FPTP.


That would be one hell of a work load for only 75 MP’s. The fact that people generally know who their MP is is the only saving grace of the current system. The UK should still be able to afford 650 MPs even after Brexit. 😉
[Post edited 26 Mar 18:27]

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The Countdown begins on 18:18 - Mar 26 with 335 viewswaynekerr55

The Countdown begins on 17:14 - Mar 26 by oh_tommy_tommy

Anyway

Mogg is upsetting everyone again


You'll have no push back on that from me. The bloke is a cúnt

How many of you know what DP stands for?
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The Countdown begins on 18:31 - Mar 26 with 324 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins on 18:18 - Mar 26 by waynekerr55

You'll have no push back on that from me. The bloke is a cúnt


This. I can imagine he’d serve a useful purpose on the final session of an anger management course. Beam his image up on a screen and see who fails.
[Post edited 26 Mar 18:35]

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The Countdown begins on 18:55 - Mar 26 with 298 viewsWarwickHunt

The Countdown begins on 17:14 - Mar 26 by oh_tommy_tommy

Anyway

Mogg is upsetting everyone again


Just by breathing.
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The Countdown begins on 19:00 - Mar 26 with 288 viewsmonmouth

The Countdown begins on 18:55 - Mar 26 by WarwickHunt

Just by breathing.


I saw something today calling the ERG, “The Fellowship of the Ringpieces”. Made me laugh.

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The Countdown begins on 19:22 - Mar 26 with 263 viewsrockinjk

The Countdown begins on 13:22 - Mar 26 by oh_tommy_tommy

he’s played it superbly , there will be the softest of brexits as voted by the UK and all these deluded peoples vote supporters can move on .
The Tory’s have nearly collapsed
Mission accomplished
Bravo the Labour Party 🚩
[Post edited 26 Mar 19:50]


Who cares about the Country aye
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The Countdown begins on 19:23 - Mar 26 with 261 viewsrockinjk

The Countdown begins on 14:40 - Mar 26 by Ace_Jack

So you because Leave won the 2016 referendum you think the Labour party is now bound to implement a policy that the vast majority of Labour supports actively oppose? Furthermore, Brexiteers hate our policy and want a hard brexit.

How well do you anticipate Labour doing in an election with a flagship policy that is squarely aimed at a demographic that doesn't exist and alienates its core support in the process?


Best post in this thread. Spot on
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The Countdown begins on 20:03 - Mar 26 with 212 viewsLeonWasGod

The Countdown begins on 16:54 - Mar 26 by Highjack

I would wager the vast majority of voters will not consider brexit when voting in the general election. Those who want the tories out will vote labour and those who don’t want corbyn in will vote Tory.

It was ever thus under fptp.

Both parties committed to brexit last time (look how that’s turned out) and both had a positive swing in terms of votes as everyone abandoned the fringe parties. Nothing will change until we alter this god awful voting system.


I’ve 2 priorities:
1. Anything but Brexit
2. Anyone but the Tories

In that order. Which leaves Plaid, Lib Dems, the Greens or some new Independent who may or may not appear. Or in other words, my vote will count for sh*t.
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The Countdown begins on 20:06 - Mar 26 with 210 viewsrockinjk

The Countdown begins on 20:03 - Mar 26 by LeonWasGod

I’ve 2 priorities:
1. Anything but Brexit
2. Anyone but the Tories

In that order. Which leaves Plaid, Lib Dems, the Greens or some new Independent who may or may not appear. Or in other words, my vote will count for sh*t.


1. Anything but Brexit
2. Anything but Tory Gov
3. Anything but Labour

I’m hoping for a TIG candidate

I know we’ll end up with a Tory Gov but there’s no way I can vote for Corbyn and I think I speak for millions who would love to see back of this Government
[Post edited 26 Mar 20:06]
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